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Complete thread -- snark or no snark... you speak the truth, and I loved your example.
Complete thread -- fluff --yeah, I'm being snarky
Complete thread -- "wadded up"?? You may be old, but not very mature.
Complete thread -- what's funny about this post is that the answer was already given below!
Complete thread -- I'd like to respond to the 4th paragraph of your diatribe...
Complete thread -- YES, that's it!! TY! nm
Complete thread -- I never know for sure that it is you until you launch a personal attack.
Complete thread -- Ooooh, it was Darlene! Bye! Just post your name and I will ignore you...:)
Complete thread -- Stop. Enough. You just want to argue right, as she says "I like a good argument' sm
Complete thread -- that is a great suggestion.
Complete thread -- you think "tilt around anatomic growth plates are uninvolved" makes sense?
Complete thread -- ?? why poster does not understand OP prefer to "figure it out". Simple to understand to me
Complete thread -- I think what is dictated ok. quite a lot on google regarding "tilt", growth plates etc sm
Complete thread -- my guess
Complete thread -- Listened for some of your suggestions but still not hearing clearly. Going to flag. TY! n
Complete thread -- p.s. You ever check out Pete's Pond anymore? ;)
Complete thread -- maybe "area of anatomic growth..."
Complete thread -- though something still doesn't sound right with the "around"
Complete thread -- can you hear palmar tilt? If not, I still probably is okay since
Complete thread -- endovenous radiofrequency treatment/therapy
Complete thread -- ortho question. Does this make sense? sm
Complete thread -- Don't get all wadded up. I guess I was just rolling around an idea. Suppose I was
Complete thread -- ...older than ever. LOL.
Complete thread -- I do plenty of acute care - but my experience has nothing to do with my questions.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- I thought too "since age ____" just couldn't quite hear it. Then I
Complete thread -- I thought I *might* hear "since age ___" as well - maybe 20?
Complete thread -- I don't know how much acute care work you do, but this is in a
Complete thread -- 'scuse me - BeCKy I mean...
Complete thread -- Old Betty Young, eh?
Complete thread -- See if you can pick around and hear something about he is a salesman for SM
Complete thread -- so you're sure you hear this acronym, and you're just looking for an expansion you like
Complete thread -- Yup, that's right - Walter Kronkite. And I AM old. LOL.
Complete thread -- that doesn't mean you're not old, though :)
Complete thread -- Becky mentioned Walter Kronkite type dictators in one of her posts above.
Complete thread -- He does not smoke. He drinks alcohol socially, perhaps once a month _______. He is
Complete thread -- sorry, maybe I'm old. What is a "Walter" ?
Complete thread -- Nah, he's a Walter. LOL.
Complete thread -- I can always flag, of course. I prefer to figure it out - was sort of
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Red Bull? (energy drink)
Complete thread -- she typically has red bowl and sodas, although she is trying to get off red bowl
Complete thread -- But, I've said it before & will say it again. "We" as MTs hear things plain as day, when
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know about the typos
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- also - alcOholic and doctOr
Complete thread -- CIWA
Complete thread -- Have you heard of Sea-wall protocol
Complete thread -- I guess I'm not sure what you are asking. If he said EVRT and it's not, why not flag?
Complete thread -- You are right about that sound - the dictators I have the most SM
Complete thread -- But, sometimes EVRT can sound like EVLT, which is why I posted this. Up to you to flag or
Complete thread -- WAG: tepid?
Complete thread -- Good eye - I totally missed that one and it is kind of a pet peeve.
Complete thread -- I probably should have been clear - I am well familiar with EVLT -
Complete thread -- en route
Complete thread -- Endovenous Laser Treatment
Complete thread -- Try EVLT - see link (popped up when i googled evrt varicose veins)
Complete thread -- Great job! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Patient with painful varicose veins, taken for "EVRT" -
Complete thread -- nursing *home* and found to be *pulseless* I imagine.
Complete thread -- nursing him and found *to be pulses* on route
Complete thread -- makes sense. good job, T
Complete thread -- Ah... I might have found it - Brown-Adson(s) (tissue forceps)
Complete thread -- sounds like it'd be some kind of calipers - I found Braunstein fixed calipers but I don't
Complete thread -- brunescence comes to mind but doesn't fit there. sorry!
Complete thread -- Blepharoplasty. We used "brown absence" to determine amount of skin pinch. Thanks!~
Complete thread -- agree, because the depo(t) just doesn't fit here at all IMHO.
Complete thread -- my take is it was not depo at all, just a s/l. OP flagged it a long time ago
Complete thread -- my take, in this sense, depot like infusion (does not mean with needle)
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks
Complete thread -- can you give us a definition of 'enema' and explain how that goes with depot?
Complete thread -- when poss, alway post wav. Not sure about "truant' but maybe "true" sm
Complete thread -- Hi Darlene!
Complete thread -- very large pause so mp3 starts on blank
Complete thread -- hmm, have not run into this yet, but look up def of depo sm
Complete thread -- I bet you got it, there are 13 "zole" drugs, Only 3 with "conazole within sm
Complete thread -- me too, hmm, I think so
Complete thread -- thanks. That is all I was finding too. Was making sure there wasn't something
Complete thread -- Hmm, I think
Complete thread -- Does he pronounce "v" as "w"? I typed *conazole into OneLook and closest I found was voric
Complete thread -- 2. Continue current medication. 3. _____ 200 mg daily. Side effects of this were
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l depo enema
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- slight *truant* malalignment
Complete thread -- antalgic ?
Complete thread -- contracture and a severe *gone algic* gait on right with decreased
Complete thread -- s/l *by pulmino*
Complete thread -- vaginal suppository - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Aku dah mintak lepas pon ko xnak.lepas ko dah buat aku camni buat lagi ...
Complete thread -- had missed his previous followup?
Complete thread -- The patient is here for followup from an injection from almost 2 month ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops-perceptible
Complete thread -- precipitate
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Range of motion was normal with normal patellofemoral tracking. No __ ...
Complete thread -- long shot....... fevers, chills?
Complete thread -- epistaxis, bruising, vascular compromise, but can't think of anything like your
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for getting back to us on this one and the one below!
Complete thread -- denies clotting disorder, DVT, PE, s/l jeb-lee jowls, or hematuria TIA!
Complete thread -- got report back from QA and it was: NEUROLOGIC: Generally intact.
Complete thread -- got report back from QA, they put: ER colleague did workup that is essentially negative
Complete thread -- thank you! I am flagging now :)
Complete thread -- what you might hear is exactly what I'd expect to hear, but...
Complete thread -- now I am not certain LOL! I posted slower audio. Unfortunately quality goes down with
Complete thread -- just got it! :) NEUROLOGIC: Cranial nerves 2-12 are intact.
Complete thread -- can you slow it down
Complete thread -- same report, another blank Exam portion
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- technically, "-plasty" (also "-pexy") is a suffix, but I've used it alone.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- The patient agrees that she has anxiety issues.
Complete thread -- same report, ROS section
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- Invokana
Complete thread -- She had a compression fracture s/l plasty done on xyz.
Complete thread -- thank you for your help! :) I posted another blank above, is MP3
Complete thread -- same report, another blank
Complete thread -- can't get that word/s -- I hear a /sh/ in there, mebbe someone else can get it
Complete thread -- did workup that ___ negative, but due to risk factor...
Complete thread -- first time with this doctor for me. I have a feeling I will have more blanks as I
Complete thread -- if ya go by BOS, minutes should be spelled out on Apgars - one and five
Complete thread -- if ya go by BOS, minutes should be spelled out on Apgars - one and five
Complete thread -- agree, something isn't right. does need to have just doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- maybe & a guess s/l wolo patient leaf= cloverleaf sm
Complete thread -- ?does indeed have......
Complete thread -- ?does indeed have......
Complete thread -- ?does need to have a displaced fracture? Listen for "does seem to have"
Complete thread -- distal tibia fracture
Complete thread -- Second thought, I don't think he's saying name of med at all but not sure what he is
Complete thread -- Pathological stage S/L NA positive for leukomgarin?
Complete thread -- spelling, hope you caught it..It's Shepard "grommet"
Complete thread -- agree shell-shocked
Complete thread -- I thought I heard?? but not sure. Prevacid generic lansoprazole sm
Complete thread -- Pepcid (but I'm not sure)
Complete thread -- Prevpac about 4
Complete thread -- First is a Prevpac. Second s/l Lasix 40 mg to me, but of course Lasix is NOT a PPI. Might
Complete thread -- I'm sure the report is long gone, but it should be "affected."
Complete thread -- He was started on Prevpac which he took with good compliance of 14 day ...
Complete thread -- see link.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- NICU - Labor
Complete thread -- These adhesions were bluntly and sharply lysed using the blunt trocar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds right.
Complete thread -- The *plastic blunted safety* trocar was then removed and the laparosco ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ZUMI (also HUMI and RUMI).
Complete thread -- The cervix was dilated to admit a #8 Pratt dilator in order to insert ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sound, dissection
Complete thread -- The pectoralis major muscle fibers were divided in line and a subpecto ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Shepard gromett
Complete thread -- and ___________ventilation tubes were placed.
Complete thread -- SURGICAL FINDINGS: In the ears, bilateral serous fluid ____ face. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I hear --plus-plus, minus-minus 450 and 40
Complete thread -- The patient was awakened and intraoperative programming was carried ou ...
Complete thread -- me2
Complete thread -- anastomotic leak seems more likely to me than anatomical leak.
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure he is just saying anatomical but doesn't bother
Complete thread -- s/l anatomsquall leak versus abscess.
Complete thread -- The blood clot was...
Complete thread -- There was a blood clot. The ______ was removed and a
Complete thread -- agree -OP " I suppose doc could mean ventral aspect here" nm
Complete thread -- I'd actually flag it and not wonder what the doc meant. But, that's just
Complete thread -- s/l ventrals, plse sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It might have been. Don't know and I had to send it on. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- s/l he starts to say 14 and then changes to 12 (but I can't be sure)
Complete thread -- subtotal
Complete thread -- recurrent ulcer disease. He had _____ gastrectomy and
Complete thread -- skin ulcers?
Complete thread -- It was about _____ g%
Complete thread -- blank sounds like sinawfers - history Muckle-Wells syndrome
Complete thread -- *yawn* Yep,
Complete thread -- we had almost the exact same question a couple weeks ago...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- how about listen for short flat blunt (an instrument)
Complete thread -- port was made and a *short fat blunt* was introduced into the joint line
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- rate? (looks like the pulse rate or heart rate)
Complete thread -- Got it! nitrofurantoin
Complete thread -- Temperature 97.9, *white* 77, blood pressure 130/70
Complete thread -- Hi Darlene!
Complete thread -- ?______, neurontin
Complete thread -- , lactobacillus, losartan, _______, Zofran, Aciphex, Tyleno
Complete thread -- what is meant by interactive is sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- he did have saccadic extraocular eye movement
Complete thread -- Period after intact, put "interactive" on its own - it doesn't go with the cranial nerves.
Complete thread -- some kind of extraocular muscle movement
Complete thread -- cranial nerves *interactive*
Complete thread -- Okay, now I can hear it. I had to walk away and come back. Good job, Taco!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I don't hear Daliresp clear enough to type it, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Daliresp 500 mcg day (I can't *quite* hear 500 clearly, but that's the dose for Daliresp)
Complete thread -- mEQ a day, ______ 5 mcg a day, Xanax 0.25 nightly
Complete thread -- associated with?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- possibly stumbling over Allerest?
Complete thread -- Small effusion ________ mild interstitial prominence
Complete thread -- med s/l dall arrest
Complete thread -- Arthrex first MTP fusion set
Complete thread -- never mind, it's apparently penultimate
Complete thread -- Should pin ultimate be capped? He is the pin ultimate representative for your company
Complete thread -- This gave access to the prominent medial eminence where a Silver bunio ...
Complete thread -- following post not mine.
Complete thread -- The ATFL was then repaired back to the lateral malleolus using a Bio-S ...
Complete thread -- option. Perhaps it will also help
Complete thread -- to be tried on an alternative contraceptive option ____ will also help with her menst
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- near its posterior
Complete thread -- Less advanced changes along the medial tibial plateau and a rather com ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lateral meniscus tear, anterior horn
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right knee medial meniscus tear. 2. L ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- most posterior root
Complete thread -- The entire posterior one half was torn back to the capsule with the ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a lot of it? (sorry, these are tough)
Complete thread -- (a lot of it)? mumbling?
Complete thread -- The medial femoral condyle had grade 3 chondromalacia of over 40%. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Procedure not dictated.
Complete thread -- what is the surgery? pulled ligaments? full leg movements?
Complete thread -- She was prepped and draped in standard fashion after we examined her u ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd flag, but wonder if she is " meaning" cannulae (is she ESL?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Due to her smoking history,
Complete thread -- Posterior and anterior portals were established. We were surprised by ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Due to her smoking history, we did
Complete thread -- We scoped the shoulder with findings as noted above. Primarily was si ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "conally" but I don't know how to spell it or even what it is. You
Complete thread -- can't find but sounds like cannelée also tried a "K"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "and no instability"?
Complete thread -- reposted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was placed in her left eye and then with the help of th ...
Complete thread -- will repost after blank above. Thanks.
Complete thread -- We examined the shoulder and found it to be satisfactory with full ran ...
Complete thread -- wav already gone, wanna repost?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear ,,,,, once the chamber was well formed etc
Complete thread -- Once they were both opened, viscoelastic was placed in the left eye an ...
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was placed in her left eye and then with the help of th ...
Complete thread -- does not make sense to me. Whatever it was, it was done
Complete thread -- I think that's what it is. Thank you so much, poi and nm!
Complete thread -- looks good is what I hear.
Complete thread -- No, it's not 'cut.' It sounds to me like 'moves good'. That make sense?
Complete thread -- was cut?
Complete thread -- ...Extensor mechanism _______ longitudinally between the insertion of the extensor...
Complete thread -- As soon as I listened to my posted wav, I could hear it. There was a 1-inch segment of....
Complete thread -- There was________ the nerve that demonstrated severe flattening...
Complete thread -- Good choice to blank it.
Complete thread -- thank you so much. I am not truly sure so I think I will send with that 1 blank. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds more like "treat her for *all the* atypical pneumonia (or pneumoniae?)" but not
Complete thread -- yeah - I was just coming back to say I think it's myco- but you caught it...
Complete thread -- do you think he says "treat her for cause of atypical pneumonia" does that even make sense
Complete thread -- I have a correction I caught from my first post
Complete thread -- treat her for ___ atypical pneumonia (still workin' on the missing word)
Complete thread -- no idea and I am not certain I have this part correct
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- was in remission. 2. in remission
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- learn somethin' new every day!
Complete thread -- I'd send to QA
Complete thread -- I vote for "manikin" -if you look up both words in OneLook, while both are human models...
Complete thread -- that's the only spelling I've ever seen, but now I find manikin. weird.
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ring? acetabular reinforcement ring
Complete thread -- thank you... was hearing what did s/l mannequins... so it is manikins?
Complete thread -- it might also be spelled mannequin?
Complete thread -- Do you hear manikins? I think that's it - like an anatomical model?
Complete thread -- says same word in 2 places, not able to document what I think I am hearing
Complete thread -- Patient is 20 years status post revision
Complete thread -- thanks taco
Complete thread -- little else
Complete thread -- yeah, me too.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted (sm)
Complete thread -- Something just ain't right with that sentence. Hope OP listened again & figured it out
Complete thread -- I was thinking maybe desleeve, but I couldn't verify it.
Complete thread -- actually I meant to say *the* sleeve - but either way its not working.
Complete thread -- I was thinking mebbe something like "this sleeve" but that doesn't make sense either.
Complete thread -- ya gotta point there. hmmm.... yep, doesn't make a whole lotta sense.
Complete thread -- I always hyphenate right-angle clamp
Complete thread -- good catch, lb -- "this leave" doesn't work, but I don't think "thus leave" works either.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- and "thus" leave the (not this) ??
Complete thread -- that doesn't happen very often! (that I beat you to it)
Complete thread -- the non vee us = denonvilliers
Complete thread -- ah, damn, poi - someone finally posted a question I could answer and you beat me to it!
Complete thread -- Denonvilliers' fascia?
Complete thread -- says again and sounds kind of like: non vee us
Complete thread -- s/l nobious fascia
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (just for future reference, I would have heard it yesterday if I had the context you
Complete thread -- needs and can *maintain" herself without ports...
Complete thread -- I think i can hear: needs and can manage herself without ports
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- It was Diovan. :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Waiting on QA to see if you are correct. Thank you for your help.
Complete thread -- I'd probably do it as "and to," since the medial compartment and
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- reserve
Complete thread -- Hypotension.
Complete thread -- little words here-SP knee arthros
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you!!! nm
Complete thread -- Vimovo?
Complete thread -- med that s/l Vomogol? sm
Complete thread -- I'm not going to listen anymore unless I get more context.
Complete thread -- every time i listen, I hear something different.
Complete thread -- myopenium could be in my opinion
Complete thread -- not sure, but a lot of green veggies have vitamin K which reduces coumadin effect.
Complete thread -- needed ____ made herself without ports and other lines?
Complete thread -- I still think more context would help us with this one.
Complete thread -- Calan (verapamil hydrochloride)?
Complete thread -- I think that she __________ and other lines
Complete thread -- ESL - followup for ischemic cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure
Complete thread -- elbow bar? Should there be the comma after arthroscopy though? May be wrong, but seems
Complete thread -- He was turned to the right lateral decubitus position and all bony pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hemocautery ?
Complete thread -- Using a full-radius resector shaver, the undersurface of the patella w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- bad enough (also: nodularity to it suggestive of)
Complete thread -- Notable glenohumeral chondromalacia throughout the inferior glenohumer ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- kite surfer and
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 56-year-old athletic female who is a ____ ou ...
Complete thread -- not a medical word, at least I don't think . . . see msg please
Complete thread -- Good luck! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will try it.
Complete thread -- No, Firefox. See above for my info about an IE emulator that I use with Firefox.
Complete thread -- welcome. :-) you use chrome?
Complete thread -- Oh, and you might consider IE Tab 2. That's the add-on that I use with my Firefox
Complete thread -- ah, interesting. thanks. didn't occur to me that it might be a browser issue.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i upload the converted wav through explorer. still unable to upload through
Complete thread -- hey, how did you get your wav's working again? I know you were having trouble converting
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic biceps tenodesis was th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is an off-road enthusiast and
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 43-year-old active male who ____ motocross r ...
Complete thread -- He may be a candidate for some potential chondral preserving technique ...
Complete thread -- wav already gone
Complete thread -- I didn't hear wav (gone) but refinements makes sense to me
Complete thread -- agree that's what I heard too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "There were significant adaptive changes"
Complete thread -- There was significant ____ changes both dorsally and plantarly and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- an approximately 80-degree plantar
Complete thread -- This was placed over the dorsal lateral condyle of the proximal phalan ...
Complete thread -- The joint was resected using hand instrumentation and *refinements* we ...
Complete thread -- There was approximately 80-degree ____ contracture of the distal phala ...
Complete thread -- Family History: Uncle had s/l min-uh-strit-ic cancer. TIA!
Complete thread -- The baby has a s/l mild bentrapular curvature of the penis, myopenium..
Complete thread -- Tyvm for the info. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- sorry, that was a cut and paste...but whirlybird is verifiable
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The whirlybird device can also serve to keep the plate reduced to the bone, can...
Complete thread -- whenever I hear (see) that "it won't print right" I wonder what modern printer
Complete thread -- another mp3 uploaded. same procedure below. pls sm.
Complete thread -- I agree. Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- oops typo..."needs" and "ports" = 2
Complete thread -- the medullary (is what I think I hear)
Complete thread -- I don't understand, "she" and "ports" = 2
Complete thread -- agree. Can you also help with my second blank?
Complete thread -- fracture hematoma ?and fracture callus
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. ORIF, left midshaft clavicle fracture.
Complete thread -- Bos2- page 180 hyphen to join to unit of measure
Complete thread -- obvously that would be true if you have account specs that specify.
Complete thread -- pill-rolling tremors?
Complete thread -- like that ^^ has never been allowed anywhere I worked for the past 20+ years.
Complete thread -- any place i have ever worked, we typed it as 3-1/2 inch. the smaller (subscript/
Complete thread -- Neurologic: Patient has s/l zuh-roll tremors, which are likely due to withdrawal. TIA
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- Is correctly written 3-1/2 inch?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l prox-eh-mis drug-eluting is (Promus everolimus-eluting coronary) sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will go with underlying then.
Complete thread -- agree with underlying
Complete thread -- I usually hear "underlying fascia" (try straining to hear that maybe)
Complete thread -- or could it be (have not heard him say this before)....carried down to only her fascia?
Complete thread -- carried down to s/l un-layer(ed) fascia
Complete thread -- yep, amazing what googling your question will find, eh?
Complete thread -- found it - never mind
Complete thread -- Fundus was "U minus 2"
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too
Complete thread -- a 1.5 cm narrowest diameter?
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know - never would have got that for a few reasons...
Complete thread -- FOUND IT! Androcur (cyproterone acetate)
Complete thread -- Only two? You must not be counting eh eh eh eh....
Complete thread -- all I got is 2 words - she needs _____ ports and other lines
Complete thread -- shoulder exam
Complete thread -- I hear something "may have self-resolved... ports and other lines"??
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- I think that she __________ and other lines
Complete thread -- I do not. Plus, it should be a noun.
Complete thread -- symptom PT for shoulder
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- that's pretty rare - is there any previous mention of fibrosis at all?
Complete thread -- or maybe bilateral fibrosis? Are there any x-ray or CT report findings earlier in report?
Complete thread -- so you maybe myelofibrosis?
Complete thread -- correction - I guess it is will
Complete thread -- he *would* swallow the Pulmicort. Given the amount of fibrosis?
Complete thread -- anyone hear myeloperliferative?
Complete thread -- can't get it... but anytime you hear "given" it is usually something that's been mentioned
Complete thread -- Given the ____, I think this is a significant condition and does need to be treated.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure it says to expand all drug names
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I'd leave it - Brand names: Aygestin, Micronor, Errin, Heather, Jolivette
Complete thread -- pelvic heights?
Complete thread -- my gut tells me to go with brand name Ortho Micronor even though only said Micronor
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- SP knee surgery
Complete thread -- yep, it is on the dangerous abbreviation list.
Complete thread -- found a new one - Xlimus ?
Complete thread -- what does AAMT BOS 2 say about using HCTZ in drug list? expand?
Complete thread -- just saw you had an "x" in there, can't think of anything that s/l that.
Complete thread -- Promus maybe
Complete thread -- too bad you don't know dose... sorry, I can't think of what it'd be.
Complete thread -- Myocardial infarction with s/l prox-eh-mis drug-eluting stent placed. TIA!
Complete thread -- No because next paragraph she lists the meds....
Complete thread -- doc says "Micronor" I do not find that, but I find brand name of "Ortho Micronor"
Complete thread -- could it be intercurrent paroxetine?
Complete thread -- Hx: patient with moderate developmental disability
Complete thread -- Extreme anxiety and aggressive behaviour, hyper sexualized behaviour, with a resurgence sm
Complete thread -- Yep. Had it documented before in my notes with the same question.
Complete thread -- what's the whole sentence? what's the psychiatric diagnosis?
Complete thread -- psychiatric drug s/l endo-ker
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sure it's not just a stutter on "sternal"?
Complete thread -- Risks include ... pain, bleeding, s/l sterile and sternal wound dehiscence. TIA
Complete thread -- pathology (path) fits here.
Complete thread -- MRSA from path or other?
Complete thread -- s/l Serg anticoagulation
Complete thread -- I did do that, but TMO was not on the list. I had to move on, but I
Complete thread -- the document I referenced above had a list DOT acronyms, but no TMO.
Complete thread -- maybe can google depart of trans+ acronyms
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! I appreciate all the help today.
Complete thread -- I'm finding that an exercise treadmill test (ETT) is required annually after 5 years...
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I do appreciate it.
Complete thread -- He is status post CABG in 2004, and he is seeing his (sm)
Complete thread -- me too, and I even tried DMO, TNO, DNO, any s/l I can think, and find nothing.
Complete thread -- what's wrong with the pt?
Complete thread -- The Department of Transportation requires
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- surgery for correction of kidney reflux in Nazori
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??? way out of proportion to the opposite...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Her insurance company requires her to have 600 g removed, so a reducti ...
Complete thread -- second is Viscoat.
Complete thread -- A #15 paracentesis blade was used to create a paracentesis on the clea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- poor
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Cataract ____ pupillary dilation, left eye. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 bolt
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS USED: Two Smith & Nephew FasT-Fixes, one 5 mm x 0.5 mm ____ s ...
Complete thread -- The mumble mouth said it again and sounds like "Zytiga" this time. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l vatika?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like "cutting time of the limbus was cut to create...
Complete thread -- a gentleman with metastatic prostate cancer on s/l fetica
Complete thread -- m hearing ____ limbus was cut to"
Complete thread -- yeah. this is a difficult accent dictator. 6 blanks in this little file.
Complete thread -- that is why I said below to forget that post haha
Complete thread -- actually no. liposuction don't fit in eye surgery.
Complete thread -- A paracentesis port was created superonasally ____ cut to create a per ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot POI.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it is above blank.
Complete thread -- forget this, definitely not liposuction revision
Complete thread -- wav does not match post (wav is something about liposuction revision?)
Complete thread -- Since then, the patient has had significant anisometropia and aniseiko ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: The patient is a ____-year-old gentleman who ...
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Complete thread -- Status post corneal ?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Aniseikonia. 2. ____ transplant. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the suggestions. I believe it is fulminant. THANKS!
Complete thread -- wonder if giving a dose? s/l full might be 4? can post a wav?
Complete thread -- fulminant.
Complete thread -- requiring multiple vasopressors for s/l full minute septic shock. TIA!
Complete thread -- don't think there is a wav - it is a s/l
Complete thread -- wav does not match your post
Complete thread -- Might be "grayness"...see link
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- oh, and you don't need the comma after 14-year-old...
Complete thread -- The right lumbosacral paraspinal muscles had ____ and positive waves w ...
Complete thread -- (the way you have it, he is a dominant male who is right-handed)
Complete thread -- 7-day history ("7-day" modifies "history") and also "right-hand-dominant male"
Complete thread -- seven-day history or seven-day-history??
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry, LB, I can't even imagine going thru so much loss. I appeciate your prayers.
Complete thread -- I'd be the worst person to say anything since I've lost over 13 (I think I've lost count)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I just hope the not knowing doesn't kill me. It's going to be a long week....
Complete thread -- Your are so kind. I really appreciate it. I prefer not to post my first name since I
Complete thread -- I don't have any good stories for you, but you will be in my prayers.
Complete thread -- The bleeding getting worse it probably not a good sign. I had the
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, I appreciate hearing your experience. What I wonder is if the fact that he
Complete thread -- My son was called a blighted ovum at 6 weeks after ultrasound. He is 26 years old now.
Complete thread -- any of you do ob/gyn who can possibly calm my nerves?
Complete thread -- ahh, sounds like him.
Complete thread -- Wonder if "modification" is in there somewhere. Though I
Complete thread -- are you asking if that is the doctor's name? No
Complete thread -- must be since childhood, she takes rizatriptan currently - thanks
Complete thread -- PE for wrist tendinitis
Complete thread -- nitin patel?
Complete thread -- in childhood.
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of migraines ________
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- looks good the way it is.
Complete thread -- thanks taco
Complete thread -- Thanks !!
Complete thread -- pemphigus vulgaris
Complete thread -- arthritides is plural of arthritis
Complete thread -- "arthritides" is plural of arthritis (and it is pronounced like your s/l)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- does this sentence need any more commas?
Complete thread -- He has OA with multiple s/l arthritidees. Then goes on to list meds.
Complete thread -- hypertension diagnosed about 5 years ago, anxiety (which is controlled), _______,
Complete thread -- I'd prob flag, but there is; Judder definition, to vibrate violently:
Complete thread -- s/l lah-pus may be lupus. chest CT scan demonstrating acute lupus pneumonitis sm
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "uh--first"! :)
Complete thread -- CT scan
Complete thread -- Any guesses?
Complete thread -- ny clues?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tuck. When she explains what that means, what she wants is excision...
Complete thread -- Her last GYN exam was several years ago. She is concerned about exces ...
Complete thread -- After adequate general anesthesia was established, the breasts were pr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the effort.
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Complete thread -- #3- gel implant. Can't get #2.
Complete thread -- #1- match
Complete thread -- At this time, different sizers were used to determine the best size __ ...
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Complete thread -- cupping
Complete thread -- i m hearing "has _____ and field loss"
Complete thread -- The patient had elevated intraocular pressure despite maximal tolerate ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. in procedure she is mentioning all 3 joints scaphoid, trapezium, trapezoid.
Complete thread -- scaphotrapeziotrapezoid joint???
Complete thread -- scaphotrapezial joint (she stuttered saying trapezoid, corrected to trapezial)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right wrist arthritis at the ____ joint. ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- S/L "juddering" pattern - echocardiogram/cardiology
Complete thread -- Tyvm... mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- was gone down to the nail bed, but the nail bed was intact.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. operative report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dizziness, confusion, slurred speech, and losing track of *s/l salts*.
Complete thread -- i.e.,
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- makes sense sm
Complete thread -- spontaneous, relevant, coherent, *all* elaborative
Complete thread -- ha - think he is saying negative
Complete thread -- metaphyseal ?
Complete thread -- sourcil
Complete thread -- s/l metabatheal bone
Complete thread -- There was no associated loss of consciousness, *naked*, nausea, vomiting or any chang
Complete thread -- s/l sclerosis in the psoras heel
Complete thread -- Thanks very much.
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me after researching the Fontan procedure.'
Complete thread -- ESL pediatric cardiology note
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- going with Combigan and must be restasis
Complete thread -- 325 a day. We just have her...
Complete thread -- Yes...see link
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Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Lovenox 40 mg a day, ferrous sulfate 325 a day, ______ have her on a sliding
Complete thread -- ???potassium???
Complete thread -- med s/l ber men ide
Complete thread -- Yes. See link (put comma after sensed)
Complete thread -- She also had an EKG done that revealed atrial *sensed* ventricular paced rhythm.
Complete thread -- hemoglobin 9.2, hematocrit 27.2, *B S S N* 4.2, BUN and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- medicines include aspirin, Lumigan, *comagan*, Azopt, *resitase*.
Complete thread -- tails at the end
Complete thread -- surveil
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- recommended you attempt to ________ this claimant
Complete thread -- s/l *Water loss* phenomenon at the level of L4-5
Complete thread -- size as well as having _____. The tails were
Complete thread -- med spelling sounds like; hateglinise
Complete thread -- Marlboro Comets Blue
Complete thread -- it really does not sound like it. thanks, i have sent to QA
Complete thread -- not sure about the rest, but could "marlboro" be Marvel comics??
Complete thread -- I'm guessing this is a list of hobbies, not one thing.
Complete thread -- s/l marlboro comics blue usert club soccer team
Complete thread -- I was hearing "zones" but realized stones is what made sense
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing "sounds".
Complete thread -- stones
Complete thread -- Flagged. was last file. Thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- The patient is an obese 26-year-old white female gravida 2, para 2 wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cells (period) Bones over?
Complete thread -- A complete modified radical mastoidectomy was then performed by removi ...
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Complete thread -- that makes sense
Complete thread -- i m hearing "return to see me in clinic"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no idea...sounds like the name of some clinic
Complete thread -- She will be discharged to home when she meets the discharge criteria a ...
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Complete thread -- Indermil™ tissue adhesive is used to close topical skin....
Complete thread -- Loose subcutaneous sutures were placed with 2-0 Vicryl. Skin was clos ...
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Complete thread -- British?....yes she is a gymnast
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 14-year-old young lady _____ who is an a ...
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Complete thread -- exostosis was then
Complete thread -- At this point, an osteotome was used to carefully remove the talar exo ...
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Complete thread -- dorsal
Complete thread -- Blunt dissection was used to carefully dissect through the soft tissue ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 14-year-old young lady _____ who is an ...
Complete thread -- Or maybe the infection itself had been on right, so a flag might be appropriate.
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, yes. I'd just put "in for recheck of (bilateral) ears."
Complete thread -- no, i didnt hear that part.
Complete thread -- A song, a song, high above the trees with a voice as big as the sea..
Complete thread -- thanks, sounds good.
Complete thread -- unquantified seems to be a real word, whereas I don't think unquantitated is
Complete thread -- not awake yet, suggestions for word in parens would be appreciated.
Complete thread -- okay, did you hear...The patient is in today for recheck of RIGHT EARS ??
Complete thread -- I hear, overall he is pulling at his ears bilaterally. started to say this, changed to
Complete thread -- do you hear what I hear?
Complete thread -- please note: intRAnasal
Complete thread -- A duh moment, it's the date. Sorry
Complete thread -- Microbiology 55, blood cultures from the right hand
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- how did you get your wav's working again? Audacity or something else?
Complete thread -- lumbar sympathetic chain
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- After negative aspiration was confirmed, 1 mL of contrast solution was ...
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Complete thread -- These correspond to
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Complete thread -- AP fluoroscopy was used to identify and mark Barton’s point at the lef ...
Complete thread -- also *wanted
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Complete thread -- a knot
Complete thread -- she started having some pain in her breast and also want to discuss __ ...
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Complete thread -- "respond, at least contour-wise, with..."
Complete thread -- These are areas I think that would ____ contour-wise with liposuction. ...
Complete thread -- Guess it could be afterwards with little enunciation/slur. I'll use my imagination.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- afterwards
Complete thread -- I would, because it would be hard to decide exactly what else to do with it. haha
Complete thread -- yeah. should i write afters?
Complete thread -- s/l "afters." I guess it's a slang way to refer to after-surgery care.
Complete thread -- The CPT code for this procedure is 15830. Recovery and wound care ___ ...
Complete thread -- I think you just wanna fight, unbelievable! unability to interpret.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- seem to move air well through both sides
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- oh. actually this wav i converted through switch sound. was unable
Complete thread -- clip stops at "that she has"...
Complete thread -- tumefactive consolidation
Complete thread -- Internasal evaluation reveals that she has no significant deviation of ...
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the "bearing kernal" part might be "parenchymal"
Complete thread -- several food allergies, which include sodium s/l bar-me-tot TIA!
Complete thread -- ESL doctor (new for me). Any ideas? Not able to upload voice snippet..
Complete thread -- nvm. It's "vasoactive agent." mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. Vaginal sling excision/removal. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Ty. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- then the rest of the colon
Complete thread -- mp3 help. Colonoscopy report. pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- sending as I have it. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- verifying if used correctly onto/on to (I capped both times to stand out)
Complete thread -- looks like link doesn't go to right page, but anyway..
Complete thread -- seems to be Solent Dista and Solent Omni, but not Omni Solent Dista?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- that's an "introducer set" - not an individual tool
Complete thread -- It's also a tool Micropuncture ®.INTRODUCER SETS (Cook Medical) .
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated Using a micropuncture and needle and wire sm
Complete thread -- micropuncture is creation of minute openings by piercing
Complete thread -- oh, and the dose fits too!
Complete thread -- how about Myrbetriq? (usually for OAB, but could be for IC, I suppose)
Complete thread -- s/l burvetreke 25 mg one daily for interstitial cystitis
Complete thread -- No, you didn't give an "explaination" (and Q is right - "micropuncture" is not a tool)
Complete thread -- micropuncture "and needle and wire" (gave explaination of phrase)
Complete thread -- what?
Complete thread -- ? needle punctures, wire (guidewire) cannulates (inserts cannula)
Complete thread -- he definitely says and
Complete thread -- Don't think it is micropuncture "and" needle....There may be a word
Complete thread -- s/l Omni slia dista
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll check that out.
Complete thread -- I get ya, though I wouldn't have picked up on that.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it could be "intrusion." I'm seeing reference to it on some sites.
Complete thread -- yeah, but in "bony crepitus" bony (adjective) is describing the crepitus (noun)...
Complete thread -- pelvic fracture
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- googling bony crepitus gets good hits --Bony crepitus is the gritting sensation
Complete thread -- Hmm... I can't think of what it would be, but crepitus is like a crunchy sound/feel, so I
Complete thread -- didn't think so...
Complete thread -- not really, since crepitus is not an adjective. What's the full context?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Essentially the bone quality was crepitus.
Complete thread -- Thank you taco!!
Complete thread -- thin (?)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The triangle of Calot was dissected and a _____cystic duct and artery were visualized
Complete thread -- about (not 'without') one-third of the plantar fascia...
Complete thread -- #1 is medial (and either stutters on calcaneal or maybe another word) #2 - no clue.
Complete thread -- OK, sorry, you are not the post-and-run OP I thought you were.
Complete thread -- transected without _______ ocnce the plantar fascia was
Complete thread -- spur. The ______ calcaneal spur _______. With fluoroscopy
Complete thread -- flagged it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Very sorry I did not answer in a timely fashion. I always come back but maybe not accordi
Complete thread -- anybody else have a problem with this phrase "end-stage early uterine cancer"?
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you poi!!
Complete thread -- field block
Complete thread -- antibiotics were given and I did a _____around the lesion
Complete thread -- Ohh - I see. It IS just like our job!
Complete thread -- Sounds like it should be FCE. But either "he went for" it, or "he underwent" it, not
Complete thread -- functional capacity results s/l FCU
Complete thread -- Mad Gab sample
Complete thread -- nevermind. pretty sure it's correct- "avoid first-pass metabolism
Complete thread -- converting pain med because of constipation-entire pharse 4th sentence
Complete thread -- I've never played it, but from the name it sure does sound like our job.
Complete thread -- no, thank YOU! I learned a fun new term today! (hey, lb, had you ever heard of "geehaw"?)
Complete thread -- you guys ever play the board game "Mad Gab" ?? I swear it is just like our job lol!!
Complete thread -- Yes, good job. I kept hearing "keratin in it"
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did go with one word. I found another site to look
Complete thread -- thank you!! :) I kept hearing "character in it" LOL
Complete thread -- has a care attendant
Complete thread -- she does have some MR and has __________.
Complete thread -- sorry but thanks
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- looks like you are right! But maybe one word - geehaw. SM
Complete thread -- Waxy flexibility is a psychomotor symptom of catatonic schizophrenia
Complete thread -- almost catatonic like with *waxy* flexibility
Complete thread -- Apparently, I'm hearing the doctor correctly, although I have never
Complete thread -- sorry found in archives
Complete thread -- Cardiologist is referring the patient to a pulmonologist.
Complete thread -- you're welcome. Thanks for acknowledging (better late than never)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Ty... mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- ADRs? (adverse drug reactions?)
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
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Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I guess you are the OP who posts wavs on Fridays and never comes back to acknowledge?
Complete thread -- s/l physis
Complete thread -- had brisk (and unless account allows slang, I'd put 'capillary' refill)
Complete thread -- probably means 10 years 4 months - but I dunno how you'd transcribe that verbatim.
Complete thread -- sensate to light touch and _____ cap refill. No wounds or lacerations.
Complete thread -- is a *10 plus 4*-year-old female who was brought to
Complete thread -- SCID - she pronounced it more clearly later.
Complete thread -- sounds sort of like skin
Complete thread -- Of course! Why didn't I think of that? That's it, thanks to both of you. NM
Complete thread -- same as marking pen, its ok
Complete thread -- yeah - NS, bkloli beat me to it.
Complete thread -- 500 mL of NS (normal saline) ?
Complete thread -- at 250(?) mm Hg
Complete thread -- Pt with hemoconcentration after surgery - will give 500 cc's of s/l MS?
Complete thread -- plantar fasciitis, plantar fasciotomy
Complete thread -- Hemostasis: Ankle tourniquet. _____
Complete thread -- _______ of the left foot.
Complete thread -- I laughed when I read that, but I think you're right! I found it as the "triangle of doom"
Complete thread -- according to limited archives, doom seems to be the word here. ????
Complete thread -- Ing hernia repair: s/l zone of dune or zone of doom?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- can't hear your wav
Complete thread -- Lidocaine with epinephrine was injected subconjunctivally in the nasal ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Conjunctival cyst, left eye. PROCEDURE ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the trunk
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. Just not clear enough I guess. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- The skin reveals birth discoloration defect on the right arm as well a ...
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Complete thread -- disc bulging
Complete thread -- Impression, at L4-L5 level posterior ____ 2.5 mm was moderate facet an ...
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Complete thread -- had worsened.
Complete thread -- About 3 months ago during February 2015, he reported that his back had ...
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Complete thread -- and seeks other
Complete thread -- At this time, he cannot work with the dysfunctional shoulder ____ opti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- Because "in rate throughout" doesn't make as much sense as "aeration throughout"
Complete thread -- Or could he be saying "aeration" ?
Complete thread -- I can't get it ~ sorry
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "in rate"
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- On PE....Lungs: Decreased s/l end rate throughout. TIA!
Complete thread -- no wav file
Complete thread -- At this time, he still ____ and is unable to work in his location. He ...
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Complete thread -- He continued to recover after the surgery, was provided soft
Complete thread -- After these studies, he was referred to Dr. ____ who performed surgery ...
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Complete thread -- which the finding could increase the anatomic risk?
Complete thread -- There was also noted to be moderate osteoarthritis of the left AC join ...
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Complete thread -- 2- compatible
Complete thread -- 1- I think he is just correcting himself- subdeltoid bursa
Complete thread -- There was moderate amount of fluid in the left subacromial subdeltoid ...
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Complete thread -- has since had
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Complete thread -- He sustained this industrial injury on 08-26-2014 and ____ shoulder su ...
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Complete thread -- Alphagan?
Complete thread -- Topical Vigamox and ____ eye drops were instilled into the eye. The s ...
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Complete thread -- These incisions were then demarcated for an additional ____ on each si ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- existing _____ ...as they keep sealing closed
Complete thread -- A wire eyelid speculum was placed to retract the lids. The ____ were ...
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Complete thread -- yes traction suture..... entrance pupil?
Complete thread -- This suture was started as a *traction* suture. A corneal protector w ...
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Complete thread -- medial? (cutting self off) pinguecula
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Nasal/____ and presumed associated conjunctiva ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. That's what I came up with too. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- CPR Mini Scorpion
Complete thread -- A transverse capsulotomy was performed at the proximal interphalangeal ...
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Complete thread -- closest i could find was Actemra (3 letters only, lol)
Complete thread -- off-loading
Complete thread -- The patient has failed conservative treatment per the patient which in ...
Complete thread -- Spells as Asenaca infusion for arthritis. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes FPIES - thanks so much! :)
Complete thread -- And here's another on FPIES in infants
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Complete thread -- reposted without name.
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Complete thread -- Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)
Complete thread -- first name *and* age given. just a good idea not to use any names.
Complete thread -- is doesn't
Complete thread -- ess-pies - sounds exactly like that :)
Complete thread -- sorry was first name only so thought it wouldn't matter
Complete thread -- Can you refine your s/l? - e.g., is it ess-PIES, ess-PEAS, ESS-peas, ess-PEAS, other?
Complete thread -- a spice (allergy to)?
Complete thread -- a slightly what?
Complete thread -- oh, duh. Please don't post patient names here. Use XX or something instead.
Complete thread -- and Isabella?
Complete thread -- Allergy Clinic - allergy to egg and had exposure with vomiting, being ...
Complete thread -- floppy? Pale episode? Egg? What?!!!
Complete thread -- s/l "espies"
Complete thread -- Great, thanks.
Complete thread -- perfect, IMO
Complete thread -- According to all the comma rules I've learned, it's just perfect.
Complete thread -- Do I have too many commas in this sentence??
Complete thread -- good job - makes more sense than corn! glad I helped you get on the right track
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help and the 'corn' idea.
Complete thread -- I think I finally have it:..adherent to the cord throughout its course...
Complete thread -- bwahahaha... good thing I'm wasn't drinking when I read your post!
Complete thread -- ok..this made me spit my drink out. yea, when its too tight, the whole world suffers.
Complete thread -- pronator teres
Complete thread -- EMG of the right deltoid, biceps, triceps, ___, flexor carpi radialis, ...
Complete thread -- is there a corn? s/l he says "adherent to the *corn* throughout its course here..."
Complete thread -- It's not surrounding, I think. Could it be an anatomic landmark?
Complete thread -- It's probably one of those chignons.
Complete thread -- I hate it when my hairdo hurts.
Complete thread -- I hear "surrounding" in there (i think)
Complete thread -- dunno, but it should be adherenT
Complete thread -- exactly - the hairdo is the only "it" mentioned.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think you need to add 'in' between play and the.
Complete thread -- intimately adherend to the ______ course
Complete thread -- slipped?
Complete thread -- sounds to me like she has discomfort putting weight on her hairdo.
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- Found it. SGLT2
Complete thread -- diabetes drug class - s/l HALP-2 inhibitor?
Complete thread -- filled in ?
Complete thread -- WorkerComp sentence. I am the only 1 who says it makes sense? :)
Complete thread -- surgery schedule
Complete thread -- hah thanks for confirming my diagnosis
Complete thread -- I think you have it right - and you should know that doctors can't spell. :)
Complete thread -- Doc spells "veriflow" wound VAC, finding VeraFlo...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I find a lot on "sealed" growth plates (gradually replaced by solid bone & sealed)
Complete thread -- Severe right ankle sprain.
Complete thread -- schedule award?
Complete thread -- I think it is "scheduled award" not "reward"...
Complete thread -- apparently an industrial claim but does it make sense? 3rd sentence
Complete thread -- Ohhh, I "plead ignorance."
Complete thread -- that's exactly what i meant
Complete thread -- Thanks taco
Complete thread -- kind of a stretch - but maybe Invokana?
Complete thread -- Glipizide, gabapentin, s/l in-war-renna, hydrochlorothiazide, metformin
Complete thread -- thanks for the research taco. I think I will just send it with a note.
Complete thread -- I think LB means she would use the hernia excuse to get out of work.
Complete thread -- I listened again - it sure does sound like "nippen-plication".
Complete thread -- What other choice would you have?
Complete thread -- forgot to say....thanks taco!
Complete thread -- think s/l is amlodipine ?
Complete thread -- I hear nippon-plication. I have never had this doctor make a *mistake?* like this..weird
Complete thread -- maybe "Nissen fundoplication" but I can only really hear the "-plication" part.
Complete thread -- GERD, the patient is status post _________
Complete thread -- Got it. fracture reduction and void creation.
Complete thread -- Okay, it is "fracture reduction," not pressure reduction!
Complete thread -- Balloon kyphoplasty. S/L adequate pressure reduction *poi-gray-shun* (sm)
Complete thread -- I'd use it too...
Complete thread -- carpal?
Complete thread -- this plan for a pt with an inguinal hernia cracked me up... no question
Complete thread -- EMG that showed s/l triple pollicis syndrome (?)
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- yep, that's what I'm hearing too. no ideer.
Complete thread -- shave tank bowl? (whatever that is?)
Complete thread -- I actually meant to convert to mp3 and post there. previous wav poster, you can
Complete thread -- He also reports right shoulder pain after he broke his collarbone in 2 ...
Complete thread -- can I use the wav or mp3 board soon?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear left.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I *might* have heard that too... eh-eh-eh leg weakness
Complete thread -- I hear leg weakness.
Complete thread -- a mother with (possibly a brother, but I *think* I hear mother)
Complete thread -- significant for ______ gastric cancer.
Complete thread -- issues related to cervical spine disease with _____ weakness
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. sounds like "lumpy, bumpy"
Complete thread -- 2. Brunner glands or gastric heterotopia
Complete thread -- The antrum showed mild-to-moderate erythema, and occasional erosions a ...
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Complete thread -- there is nothing there - correction - She works as a mortgage production manager
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco use. She uses alcoholic bevera ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- The old scar was opened from her tummy tuck and it was taken down to t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- We debrided and cut out as little as possible attempting to save as mu ...
Complete thread -- Ty for your time, much appreciate it, flagging it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I think he said ..."had an obvious tear"...I don't think he said "I"..perhaps said "and"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 and is essentially #2 ______ partial meniscectomy
Complete thread -- We went into lateral compartment. I had *no* obvious tear of the late ...
Complete thread -- ? eating remnant (of eating/of feeding)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Sorry, not ignoring, just can't get it.
Complete thread -- s/b platelet-rich plasma (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- #2 later transfer to centrifuge
Complete thread -- #1 blood harvested from an
Complete thread -- Right leg was placed in a well leg holder. The patient had ____ antec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Oasis. Would never have found that.
Complete thread -- right medial epicondylar flexor-pronator tendon *S/L ord and debridement
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- could it be blepharitis?
Complete thread -- no meningeal signs
Complete thread -- wondering if phlebitis... Of the eye?
Complete thread -- sorry = symmetric not symptomatic
Complete thread -- good job - glad you figured it out!
Complete thread -- "menidial" signs.
Complete thread -- Citanest? (see link)
Complete thread -- Zithromax?
Complete thread -- Maingot hysterectomy clamp ...
Complete thread -- wav is now posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- 1 mL of 'zithroness' was injected into central aspect of the palate (for a lesion)
Complete thread -- Blanked it - had some ideas but not guessing
Complete thread -- "Vidal" one tab three times a day.
Complete thread -- got it! AV fistula.
Complete thread -- Renal insufficiency. Hemodialysis working well. __ s/l "epi fistula" working well.
Complete thread -- Could be - he's massacring a whole slew of other words. Thx!
Complete thread -- Could he be mispronouncing (badly) Lasegue's?
Complete thread -- s/l mangotz instrument?
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Complete thread -- A depressed left nasal maxillary complex ________. Walter forceps
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Complete thread -- As it is an "elevated lesion" it could have a dome
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Complete thread -- I thought that at first, but he already said "this" referring to the Cymbalta.
Complete thread -- check out Goldenhar syndrome - I think that's your word.
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Complete thread -- condition such as a *golden heart* to be noted.
Complete thread -- several long, ingrown hairs present at its *dome*. The lesion
Complete thread -- Over ensuing weeks from March to April - (i'm hearing this now)
Complete thread -- However, in ensuing weeks from March to April,
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Complete thread -- Friday, 05/01/2015, ______ the husband
Complete thread -- threatened exposure. _______ in March to April, the patient
Complete thread -- HPI noturnal symptoms that are s/l sue me
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Complete thread -- She was transitioned to ______-based breast reconstruction.
Complete thread -- VR funny: She said that she is busy during the day, making blind cats.
Complete thread -- placenta membranacea ?
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Complete thread -- History of ____ disease; although, ____ ulcerative colitis. There was ...
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Complete thread -- 1) SVT since. 2) Heart - Rate was 58 today.
Complete thread -- He has also been started on metoprolol and has had no symptoms or ____ ...
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Complete thread -- Hearing "does not feel she will be able to get to Silverdale for an"
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Complete thread -- cervical injection in March.
Complete thread -- The patient had improvement with both of her procedures. She has had ...
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Complete thread -- improvement of a lot of her proximal leg pain...
Complete thread -- She has had improvement of the sharp, shooting pain. She also describ ...
Complete thread -- that was a correction on me,not on you....haha
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Complete thread -- The wound was irrigated with normal saline. The pronator quadratus wa ...
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Complete thread -- I think he said *and* (instead of the comma)
Complete thread -- reduction. It was checked with C-arm, everything looked good.
Complete thread -- C-arm was brought in to confirm good alignment. A Synthes distal radi ...
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Complete thread -- same thing...food remnant would be remnant left after feeding.
Complete thread -- cut. Completed a double-row??
Complete thread -- Ty... I was really thinking of food remnant but he said it "feeding."
Complete thread -- That is what I hear also. Maybe a weird way of saying the stomach was full of food?
Complete thread -- Again, sutures were tensioned and the anchor was fully seated. The ex ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- was filling my cooler with water. :-)
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Complete thread -- yup, you got it.
Complete thread -- this recent incident.
Complete thread -- posterior longitudinal ligament (PLL)?
Complete thread -- This is a 66-year-old male who injured the right shoulder. He felt a ...
Complete thread -- posture and normal base of support. The s/l PLL is zero.
Complete thread -- I think I can hear "large multinodular rectal polyp"
Complete thread -- Ty for the help i will just flag this one.
Complete thread -- Oh, see that has already been recommended on a thread below.
Complete thread -- He might be saying gastroscope
Complete thread -- Yes. TYSM!
Complete thread -- vasogenic?
Complete thread -- marginal (margin of) rectal polyp?
Complete thread -- hypodense lesion in the frontoparietal region with surrounding s/l vasotec edema.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. colonoscopy report. pls sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob and taco.
Complete thread -- You're welcome
Complete thread -- blushing here - thank you
Complete thread -- Papillitis would make sense (see link and quote from article)
Complete thread -- possible passed bile duct stone with some s/l "papillitis" I just cannot get it
Complete thread -- there was no x-ray evidence of osteomyelitis at the time of surgery.
Complete thread -- end is "or MRI"
Complete thread -- This is the same dictator, taco. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, taco!!
Complete thread -- The area of removal of the screw was irrigated copiously...
Complete thread -- Sorry poor voice quality. Pls. see blank...Also, did he really irrigate screw or
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. Not paid enough to research anymore. Going to QA
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- s/l "kestoscope"
Complete thread -- esophagoscope or gastroscope are the only things I can come up with. sorry
Complete thread -- Synthes is all that comes to mind.
Complete thread -- Should be period after depth. I just noticed. Please ignore that part
Complete thread -- s/l SST intramedullary nail
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l "kestoscope"
Complete thread -- in other words, bile is liquid, wouldn't be in the hernia...
Complete thread -- that's not a good explanation, but see link. bowel contents in hernia
Complete thread -- I'd say bowel since he's saying "contents" (in the hernia) the bowel didn't come into the
Complete thread -- bowel or bile
Complete thread -- inferior tibial or infratibial vein sm
Complete thread -- spelling a little off but definitely helped as put me on right track..raphe.thanks so much
Complete thread -- all I can think of is sacral raphe but cant document it?
Complete thread -- mentioned twice s/l..sacral a-fay...sm
Complete thread -- I couldn't get it either time, so glad you got it. I hear it now!
Complete thread -- I missed this one earlier, so I'm glad I got another crack at it.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Oh my, I listened this morning and just now, and yep, you got it, taco!
Complete thread -- He does not have any stigmata of liver disease.
Complete thread -- He does not have a history of _______ liver disease
Complete thread -- well, that too... l
Complete thread -- sending on, thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no past medical hx to help with this but rx and s/l zeltorki
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Complete thread -- probably "stridorous" - though there is some debate as to whether that is a "real" word
Complete thread -- s/l stridors type behavior
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Complete thread -- If we're making corrections... the sentence that begins w/ "However..." is WAY too long.
Complete thread -- I would spell it out just like you have it.
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe "plus or minus" in this sentence?
Complete thread -- hope you caught this: but later on denied he denied ...
Complete thread -- #1 is "on Harvoni" (it's a new hep C med)
Complete thread -- (He received pain medication.)
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Complete thread -- There is no significant epigastric tenderness. _________.
Complete thread -- 2nd one s/l "stomach" edema, but i'm not 100% on that.
Complete thread -- _____ liver disease? can't get that first word.
Complete thread -- the liver, _______ for the last six weeks, who came in because of worsening ______ ed
Complete thread -- ty
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Complete thread -- He does not have a history of _______ disease
Complete thread -- He had a _______ colonic study in the past
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Complete thread -- cam of the poly (sm)
Complete thread -- I used to work for a psychiatric hospital and yes, they do say that.
Complete thread -- However, he received *p.r.n.s* for agitation, but compliance with medication
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm and Oasis.
Complete thread -- furuncles?
Complete thread -- furuncle (or boil)
Complete thread -- s/l farkles - The patient is in to see his cardiologist for cardiology followup.
Complete thread -- A superolateral outflow, an inferior parapatellar, and medial and late ...
Complete thread -- The ACL had a loose flap that was simply debrided but the majority of ...
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Complete thread -- land surveyor.
Complete thread -- The patient is an 82-year-old Caucasian male retired ____. ...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for transient ischemic attacks an ...
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Complete thread -- I hyphenate all the -wise combos, but that's me.
Complete thread -- She has no other significant issues *health wise/healthwise* except fo ...
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Complete thread -- I wonder if #1 is Arthrex ...see link
Complete thread -- #2 direction
Complete thread -- Flagged.
Complete thread -- Once that was done and completed, the ____ guidepin was placed in the ...
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Complete thread -- "locked into the"
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Complete thread -- Following that, using Arthrex whipstitch, a whipstitch was placed in t ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing "voice". doesn't make sense. Thanks for hearing.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard something but it's not making sense so will remain silent.
Complete thread -- Dissection was then carried down to ____ of the biceps tendon where th ...
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Complete thread -- construct of metal plate to bone and all final
Complete thread -- Once that was done and completed, the fracture was shown to be stabili ...
Complete thread -- Maybe I don't understand but why would you want to combine them?
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Complete thread -- displaced and shortened fracture status post trauma.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: Left radial shaft displaced ____ status po ...
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Complete thread -- Who are we to question the doctor? Then we would never flag!
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I will flag...no harm in doing so.
Complete thread -- younger-onset -- often appears when someone is in their 40s or 50s (your info),
Complete thread -- I wouldn't if clear, but I'd never try to talk someone out of a flag if felt necessary. It
Complete thread -- got it - recurved
Complete thread -- s/l recurrent, not sure if I am hearing this correctly sm plse
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Complete thread -- which admitted, uh, you know, admitted ... (just stumbling)
Complete thread -- however, if this is what the doctor said, I'd not question it. SM
Complete thread -- narrowing of the anus, which ______ admitted the index finger
Complete thread -- Sorry, the way your post read, I thought it said early onset.
Complete thread -- Yes, I would flag it. I don't think a 33 y/o would have that. More like 83.
Complete thread -- The doctor doesn't say it is early onset, though.
Complete thread -- I would not. Anything could cause "early-onset" and since he's 33, early fits.
Complete thread -- Should last two sentences, actually be combined here?
Complete thread -- I know there is early-onset Alzheimer disease, but this sounds fishy...(see message)
Complete thread -- me too, but he says it very clearly, not ESL.
Complete thread -- all I can find is clindamyin with Retin-A and not D??
Complete thread -- yes, but since Productivity Talk is no more, hopefully you can get it from here.
Complete thread -- sorry, typo Clindamycin !
Complete thread -- Cannot verify this in list of meds: Clindamycine Retin D 1% cream
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- sm for a way you could have searched
Complete thread -- thoracentesis
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Rice-A-Roni? but check trademark spelling, not sure
Complete thread -- Rice-A-Roni (it's the San Francisco treat!)
Complete thread -- eloni
Complete thread -- Glad you got it yourself 'cause no one else could have ever guessed it from your s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming, taco.
Complete thread -- yeah, me too, if it was clear. The adenoma puts out aldosterone, so it all goes together.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I found these others also. I should go with what he dictated. Under Impression now
Complete thread -- I'd probably give him the word, though, if it was me.
Complete thread -- sounds like a made-up docism to me?
Complete thread -- there is hyperaldosteronism or hyperaldosteronemia, and there is aldosteronoma...
Complete thread -- Pt seen with a left adrenal hyperaldosteronoma. Cannot confirm this word. Correct?
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Complete thread -- and was therefore admitted for sepsis
Complete thread -- hypotensive and _____ for sepsis
Complete thread -- ahhh - he is actually saying potassium 3 today, was 2.7...
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Complete thread -- I think he says ... "...taking any *of the* medication or some of them."
Complete thread -- sertraline (?)
Complete thread -- added again
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Complete thread -- I'm still hearing an old wav
Complete thread -- Lasix, aspirin, ______ 125 mg daily, Lanoxin, Colace
Complete thread -- postassium *solate* was 2.7 yesterday
Complete thread -- 1. in a different direction?....2. illuminated?
Complete thread -- The needle was then pulled back and then advanced ____ direction where ...
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Complete thread -- Then, a lateral projection identified that the tip of the needle was i ...
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Complete thread -- whole sentence? diagnosis? more info?
Complete thread -- Fioricet - Florastor - but neither are 200 mg. any idea why they are giving this?
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Complete thread -- Yes, sounds right. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oh, think it's Delzicol. These crazy drug names drive me nuts. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient had bright red blood per rectum, placed on s/l stalzacol? thanks
Complete thread -- moving on, thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- Invanz?
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, to describe a slow rate.
Complete thread -- There was * in her history that she has significant alcohol use.
Complete thread -- Patient on Stelera, stopped it for diverticulitis, then on s/l Invant
Complete thread -- Patient has hypotension and so we will s/l trickle IV fluid. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you, that's what I suspect :)
Complete thread -- Google suggested coronavirus.
Complete thread -- Sending blank, rest of report went quicker than expected. Thx
Complete thread -- S/l "carina virus"
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming the answer poi. :)
Complete thread -- good one js
Complete thread -- well for them and?
Complete thread -- She is still eating and drinking __________ has been playful
Complete thread -- something about eating and drinking but cannot get word for word what is being said
Complete thread -- For heaven sakes, it was Gupta. I must have spelled it wrong when I looked that up
Complete thread -- Have to move, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- sounds like gupta? I should know this
Complete thread -- of one of the intercostals that had blown a clot off/out ?
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Complete thread -- sounds like comma.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: ____ 2010. ...
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Complete thread -- #2 finger with a contracted brown burn scar
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will write oste-ectomized then.
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Complete thread -- i m hearing "osteoectomized" clearly but didn't find anywhere
Complete thread -- #2 flap #1 sounds like mush to me
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Complete thread -- same as one of the answers below - fillet of toe
Complete thread -- I think I found #1 "polydactylous digit"
Complete thread -- Incision was made through the duplicated nail bed through the sterile ...
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Complete thread -- and I think there is nothing there for your #1 blank
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Complete thread -- I actually think that is it, it just sounds like he is pronouncing it "bi-clove"
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Complete thread -- I am finding Bilhaut-Cloquet procedure...but the first name sounds different
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Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Polydactyly of right fifth finger and left fi ...
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Complete thread -- prefrontal cortex damage (PFCD)
Complete thread -- Would be nice if they spelled things if they can't pronounce it decently, eh?.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Repair of posterior fossa defect *(TSCD)* with calvarial b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, that must be it. The accent was so thick, couldn't make it out.
Complete thread -- Well the generic of that is selegiline,
Complete thread -- all i find for 6 mg patch is Emsam for depression?
Complete thread -- s/l selejemy patch 6 mg
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Complete thread -- Could have had her thyroid zapped with radio iodine treatment in past, and now hypo
Complete thread -- May have had hyperthyroidism in past, but those drugs are for hypothyroidism, would flag.
Complete thread -- help with hyper/hypo thyroid pls sm
Complete thread -- dangit...where are my bonbons & soaps?
Complete thread -- Just don't say it is your social life, or Darlene will never let you hear the end of it.
Complete thread -- I do that too. This board is my *educational TV* since my husband watches History TV
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, and I'm seeing that as well.
Complete thread -- hahaha - right. and I'm here on my day off. can you say I'm bored?
Complete thread -- but, i keep seeing it as lacertus fibrosus (with a U), might wanna research the spelling.
Complete thread -- maybe lacertus fibrosis ?
Complete thread -- the biceps tendon is scarred into sl*lass-i-ters* fibrosis as expected
Complete thread -- OK, thanks for explaining. That makes sense. I just wasn't thinking enough.
Complete thread -- Steroid injections can damage the cartilage and can create
Complete thread -- I didn't say I didn't have work...just had nothing *better* to do :)
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Complete thread -- clearer quote, SM
Complete thread -- meters see quote
Complete thread -- EMG study
Complete thread -- but I wonder why not give shots just to make pain go away? isn't that the point?
Complete thread -- oops - I guess that'd be "other MTs' wavs" (in case the apostrophe police are on patrol)
Complete thread -- Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- yeah, listening to other MT's wavs is just my hobby.
Complete thread -- judiciously is what immediately came to my mind too when I saw your s/l
Complete thread -- Patient with significant arthritis in his knees.
Complete thread -- Wow, taco, you have a real job? :) j/k -
Complete thread -- ack, I thought adhesions too but just couldn't hear that. glad taco got it!!
Complete thread -- Thank you. I was not sure if there was some type of test he was naming or not
Complete thread -- separate? (as in separate from the biopsy?)
Complete thread -- some type of testing
Complete thread -- ohhhh...I do too now. *we did it!*
Complete thread -- I do hear "stenosis had been resolved"
Complete thread -- was trying to hear stenosis or adhesions for the blank (based on the
Complete thread -- revised (resolved)? can't get that blank either.
Complete thread -- these markers?
Complete thread -- point that the _____ had been resolved?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- me too (as if we can really "reassign" somebody's sex)
Complete thread -- "foot-flat weightbearing" is OK; and "weightbearing as tolerated with the use of crutches"
Complete thread -- will be made *foot flat* weight bearing AND tolerated. With *thesis* crutches, the
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Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- sounds more like she stumbles, sighs, and says markers?
Complete thread -- I would love to have typed that surgery report.
Complete thread -- male-to-female sex reassignment surgery
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Complete thread -- anatomy using ______ markers
Complete thread -- A 42-year-old status post ______ surgery with
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much
Complete thread -- Then six 12's
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Complete thread -- how would you type: He just finished working 6 twelves. ??
Complete thread -- refractory
Complete thread -- plan for possible lumbar surgery
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Complete thread -- bradykinesis?
Complete thread -- ______ lid apposition causing visual
Complete thread -- PE s/l break e nesias
Complete thread -- Oh, it makes sense. Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- I assume he is talking about 2nd floor, north wing. Just a particular area of the hospital
Complete thread -- on 2 North
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
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Complete thread -- I'm not sure if he was correcting over the suture anchor part...
Complete thread -- suture anchor was placed so to be observed from above??
Complete thread -- This was carefully probed and with needle in place and ____ above. ...
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Complete thread -- the voice is very low. i understand.
Complete thread -- sorry, no clue from me
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of surgery were discussed with the patient. No gua ...
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Complete thread -- The patient (corrected) had a prior surgery on her shoulder, had re-injury.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS/SUMMARY: *The patient sustained at a prior surgery on should ...
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Complete thread -- The area was marked for elliptical excision inside the eyebrow *pair/h ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I wasn't going to give you this one. :)
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Complete thread -- The capsule was opened and then the ____ tissue expander was exposed. ...
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Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Torn earlobes *bilaterally*. PROCEDU ...
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Complete thread -- Under good local anesthetic, the area was prepped with Hibiclens and t ...
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Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Scar ____ secondary to a dog bite. P ...
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Complete thread -- Palpation over the right lower ____ produced pain at the T9, T10 level ...
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Complete thread -- in THE lower extremities
Complete thread -- upbiting
Complete thread -- thought of upbiting but can't verify as a basket rongeur
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Reflexes in lower extremities revealed ____ bilateral patella with nor ...
Complete thread -- debrided with the s/l upfighting basket rongeur. TIA!
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Complete thread -- He since....yes to learn
Complete thread -- He said Dr. Tsutsui is treating him with chiropractic manipulation alo ...
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Complete thread -- leg went in, past his knee, almost halfway up his thigh. As a result
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Complete thread -- not trying to argue, but that makes no difference. If the phrase
Complete thread -- This occurred before the intersection of the 2 streets. He said that ...
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Complete thread -- He was near the ____ track at that intersection when his right foot fe ...
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Complete thread -- Wishon
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient states that he was jogging northbound on ____ Avenue in Fr ...
Complete thread -- I think it should be tract site, catheter tract
Complete thread -- try googling reflux of bleeding from catheter site (you left out last 3 words)
Complete thread -- thanks. got 0 hits. I was hearing refluxal - obviously not a word.
Complete thread -- He had some reflux of bleeding..... (google reflux of bleeding from catheter site)
Complete thread -- PermCath removal - cannot verify what I hear
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input and suggestions. Moving on.
Complete thread -- another link - since it seems to be associated with mental health, I think it is DSL but
Complete thread -- maybe it's not so much of a title, but more of a company that employs home health aides?
Complete thread -- not sure, but this person's credentials are DSL ? see link
Complete thread -- There's a title of DSP (direct support professional) that would fit context very well.
Complete thread -- *comes
Complete thread -- Patient has in-home support with a s/l DSL or TSL worker, who come every day. TIA!
Complete thread -- WOW, horrible audio! nm
Complete thread -- you didn't give us much time to help!! (glad you figured it out)
Complete thread -- Got it! Synkinesis! :)
Complete thread -- The patient is seen primarily regarding ______(s/l sin-en-ee-sis?) on ...
Complete thread -- I listened about a dozen times, might have heard "treatment" in blank #1, but not sure
Complete thread -- That helps.
Complete thread -- sorry, sorry, sorry -- I can't get it at all.
Complete thread -- thanks, couldn't find solid hits, but seems to make sense
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- seems like trend is dipthongs (ae) are not used as much, account preference dictates
Complete thread -- if that is what he said, that is exactly how I'd transcribe it.
Complete thread -- okay, and there is no preference between tenia vs taenia ??
Complete thread -- Not so sure I'd even comma after particularly, but might do: (SM
Complete thread -- context determines, tinea for skin, tenia (or taenia) for anatomic
Complete thread -- help! help! help!
Complete thread -- How would one always know which to use: tinea, tenia, or taenia ??
Complete thread -- Sentence ok for comma placement?
Complete thread -- I think doc is saying Singulair 4 mg "nocturnally" is this okay to transcribe as is?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I thought it was 'visual' too and wasn't sure of it making sense. Will use that
Complete thread -- "visual," ? or does that make
Complete thread -- an en face?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Final pathology shows negative margins around the ______ melanoma...
Complete thread -- and milled?
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't get this one.
Complete thread -- after hearing the other sound files, I think this is cleaning.
Complete thread -- scraper. Disc and
Complete thread -- cutter and endplate ____ disc and endplates were
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Meticulous soft tissue clearing?? was undertaken up to the lateral
Complete thread -- verbatim acct. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- Yes, or insert the word "the" in front of it
Complete thread -- cleaned of all soft tissues _______ for the purpose of autograft
Complete thread -- elevators and electrocautery. _____ was undertaken
Complete thread -- would you cap emergency room in this instance?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me (and so does "broach" if that's your post below)
Complete thread -- into the evacuated space *countersunk* below the level of the canal.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Next, *annon foss* bilateral laminotomy of L4 was accomplished
Complete thread -- At L5, drill was necessitated in order to *broach* through to the pedicle.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I would guess "strength" (of the pelvic floor muscles) since it is out of 5.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- referring to x-rays today (plural), so "show" would be correct. nm
Complete thread -- pelvic floor ____ was fair at 2.5/5. very mumbled, maybe space? nm
Complete thread -- verb-am I looking at the x-rays or the preoperative x-ray in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Urethra shows "ma-berti" or "no berti" with the anterior wall, but no masses. tia nm
Complete thread -- This is closer...
Complete thread -- Still hear this...
Complete thread -- coronary?
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- recurrent?
Complete thread -- Angina with stenosis
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Complete thread -- ?florid
Complete thread -- ventricular ectopic beats
Complete thread -- Holter monitor
Complete thread -- s/l forent swollen foot
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I agree, changing to "confident that there was not" but initally with wrong word order.
Complete thread -- I agree with your assessment that it would just be "confident".
Complete thread -- Questioning "not confident" (see message) Thanks!
Complete thread -- on/in removal of?
Complete thread -- through?
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- tumors. _____ retrieval, the pylorus appeared
Complete thread -- I will be happy to assist _______ the tube.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- measured counts
Complete thread -- excision lymphatic node, measured counts of less than (what I heard)?
Complete thread -- ...contact with it, producing counts in...
Complete thread -- bed of node, _____ count of less than
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Complete thread -- contact with _____ count in
Complete thread -- something like sm?
Complete thread -- materially: in a major way
Complete thread -- records does not *materially* alter my opinions
Complete thread -- this is an LP testing the CSF
Complete thread -- Knee pain.
Complete thread -- and due to no splitting of the biceps when it was pulled into the joint, the biceps was...
Complete thread -- Her labrum which had been truncated from her dislocation was not amena ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to virtually no
Complete thread -- Extensive synovitis in the glenohumeral joint with complete detachment ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. good night.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- *Microdebrider 4-mm Tricut* blade was then used to create a widened ma ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- confirmed - The examiner then performs 3 separate passes of the scope...
Complete thread -- in the usual 3-pass fashion
Complete thread -- status of the polyps in the 3-pass fashion (what I hear, not confirmed)
Complete thread -- actually I think it should be fiducial points (though he said *ally* something)
Complete thread -- A 0-degree Hopkins rod telescope was then used to perform bilateral na ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and left for several minutes.
Complete thread -- fiducially points (I think this is the right word...was going to listen again, but you
Complete thread -- Bilateral nasal septum and middle turbinates were then infiltrated wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Fusion tracker device and fiduciary points (yes head)
Complete thread -- The patient’s *head* was then prepared with the Medtronic fusion ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- half
Complete thread -- too frayed
Complete thread -- meniscus, but it was just far to...
Complete thread -- portion of the anterior horn of the lateral meniscus which was just fa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- chondral wear on the femur. I felt I could tear this down and save a portion
Complete thread -- she had what looked like an old bucket-handle flap tear here that curl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- laxity in her Lachman's. She had her leg
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Near total meniscectomy, lateral meniscus. Entire anterior horn
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee lateral meniscus tear, medial meni ...
Complete thread -- basically is fine. Thanks.
Complete thread -- can it be "blakesley" instead of "basically"?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- basically also- at the root
Complete thread -- Overall, her ACL looked good and stable and intact to probing. The la ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1. These are? #2 essentially in the?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 62-year-old female with history of knee pain ____ mec ...
Complete thread -- nothing. too difficult a dictator for me to keep posting here. will send for qa check.
Complete thread -- what did you decide? Could get into full flexion and full flexion?
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- We then again assessed our stability of the graft being quite stable, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can only make out "each other." Not sure about the rest (including inside). I do agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Once we had done this, we assessed it and took the knee through range ...
Complete thread -- I hear "after being tensioned on the back table"
Complete thread -- We then reamed with our Endobutton reamer and confirmed our length, re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l "posterior low"
Complete thread -- Then, using a flexible guidewire and flexible reamers, I again placed ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think it is usually heard as empty wall. Not sure why he's adding what s.l
Complete thread -- empty/vacant wall sign?
Complete thread -- The lateral meniscus overall looked good, was stable and intact to pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- amount of it just taking the leading edge?
Complete thread -- I had a little under flap tear. I was able to preserve a significant ...
Complete thread -- A s/l rigid block test was done, which confirmed the diagnosis of lupus. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not much better documentation for scaphotriquetral.
Complete thread -- Could be. I have a personal doc who speaks that way. From India but went to university in
Complete thread -- I heard it... if I recall correctly, she sounded Indian with English/British accent.
Complete thread -- I didn't listen but are you sure it wasn't an Australian accent? We have a few Aussies
Complete thread -- oh yeah... I forgot about frozen yogurt! Dat IS da bomb!...
Complete thread -- Found a few sources, so I guess it is.
Complete thread -- triquetroscaphoid? Such a word? Not much info.
Complete thread -- try frozen yogurt, guarantee it tastes like ice cream. flavored yogurt (strawberry) da
Complete thread -- No, but I have seen it spelled like that. Either way, I don't like the stuff - bleh.
Complete thread -- taco - have you ever spelled yogurt that way?
Complete thread -- I see that now, but I'd never have thought to spell it that way - nor would I in the futur
Complete thread -- OP- your questions were answered within 15 minutes of posting and you never acknowledged.
Complete thread -- yoghurt and yogurt are both correct.
Complete thread -- with moderate extension into the calcar
Complete thread -- calcar was appreciated with _____ such as the calcar
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- short lateral rotators were then elevated
Complete thread -- that's his "that" and that's wasn't the blank. But thanks.
Complete thread -- That guy sounds so familiar. I think I've transcribed in the past. Can you mention name?
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- got it - day of supply, 13 (as in date). It's important plus it's a verbatim acct.
Complete thread -- "said medication" meaning previously mentioned med
Complete thread -- Something a doctor says isn't a biggie?
Complete thread -- What's not a biggie? I'm hearing "day supply" but the numbers don't seem to add up
Complete thread -- Don't know but think he's saying "that said medication"
Complete thread -- *giggles*
Complete thread -- not sure, but i think you posted over the MP3 right below this.'
Complete thread -- you posted over my audio
Complete thread -- Dall-Miles cables. Verify spelling (Stryker Dall-Miles System)
Complete thread -- Charnley retractor placed. _____ and elevated with the use
Complete thread -- Dall-Miles cables
Complete thread -- We also received fax from pharmacy that medication was filled _____ 13
Complete thread -- diameter outer head, _____ cables x2.
Complete thread -- thanks with your help i think i hear Pesto sauce
Complete thread -- I hear the same... ravioli with zzzqrzztwzoazz sauce
Complete thread -- well, iodinated contrast isn't a med either, so I'd say Lyson is okay.
Complete thread -- ravioli with _____ sauce. (note yogurt, no H)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- love accent, is so british
Complete thread -- FOOD HISTORY: For breakfast, he typically has a cup of coffee, yoghurt ...
Complete thread -- just weird, says all the meds with that in the middle
Complete thread -- if QA does come back with *mouthpiece*, I hope they have a
Complete thread -- ICV and appendix? (ileocecal valve) - but then it'd be 'were' not 'was' so maybe not)
Complete thread -- your own post shows that "equivocal" and "positive" are different outcomes.
Complete thread -- groan..you stop. You are the one who can't and never has admitted you were wrong. "again"
Complete thread -- s/l CV appendix (see message)
Complete thread -- Sure, (if clear) it's that spray stuff to get rid of germs
Complete thread -- Groan stop. Oh yes I did. You can't admit you heard wrong, "again"
Complete thread -- sulfa agents, tetracycline, pregabalin, *Lysol*, gabapentin, carbamazepine
Complete thread -- I'm sure, since, like I said, I got diddly. and squat. diddlysquat.
Complete thread -- LOL, So what ya 'spose dictator meant sm
Complete thread -- aha! I hear constant now too taco! Thank you! And thank you too poi!
Complete thread -- that makes much more sense than mine!
Complete thread -- perhaps if you could make a more intelligent argument, you could
Complete thread -- after a dozen listens, I can hear "constant"
Complete thread -- Note that Trademark site shows it as one word.
Complete thread -- confident?? competent?? Not sure if either make sense. :(
Complete thread -- Oxy IR (oxycodone immediate release)
Complete thread -- OxyIR
Complete thread -- I know,sadly. Hope HD=helpdesk doesn't audit&catch obvious "listen"error (2nd one too) sm
Complete thread -- yes, positive for being equivocal? Right you are for being wrong.
Complete thread -- positive for pain, negative for pain
Complete thread -- pain med I assume
Complete thread -- no associated nipple discharge, pain or mass and this has been ____ now.
Complete thread -- May be meaning Equivocal straight leg raising is "positive"=yes, pos for being equivocal
Complete thread -- not really. she is a weird dictator :)
Complete thread -- this one, too, took me several listens to figure out. I hope you OPs come back on these.
Complete thread -- not really, since "equivocal" is not the same as "positive"
Complete thread -- NSE OF this? thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, lb. Now if only the OP comes back and sees it - that took me a long time to get!
Complete thread -- I couldn't get diddly out of it until I read yours, and I now hear it as you have it. By
Complete thread -- Thanks, bb.
Complete thread -- inflated is correct, some doctors might dictate it otherwise. However SM
Complete thread -- Fairly new to op notes.
Complete thread -- sorry about that. If you want to argue it, here is information
Complete thread -- The OP actually went with poi's answer. Read the whole thread.
Complete thread -- find mouthpiece of the tibia in the 40th edition and post the link
Complete thread -- follow up
Complete thread -- correction - where I said "contradiction" I meant "contraindication"
Complete thread -- I don't think there is any lab data or calcium... here's what I hear
Complete thread -- thanks for that!
Complete thread -- not sure, but it's actually a brand name, TightRope
Complete thread -- help with Arthrex tightrope technique for ACL, s/l cannassen
Complete thread -- Gad, he takes some getting used to, tho might be sound going through so many devices
Complete thread -- three questions
Complete thread -- Your ear was very wrong, two times a row. The OP heard/confirmed my answer too sm
Complete thread -- *several* 6-0 nylon sutures in interrupted as well as in running over-and-over fashion.
Complete thread -- sutures in interrupted ____ running ____ fashion
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks-he's eating-lunch is much more important
Complete thread -- to me, sounds okay, no burn on 2 levels (surface & deeper surface) nm
Complete thread -- muscle tone?
Complete thread -- unable to find your exact phrase, this is as close can find "plunge" sm
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- 2nd. at the level of subcutaneous tissue
Complete thread -- sorry, too fast, too garbled on this end
Complete thread -- clarification "lower case" as opposed to cap" on word "silver"i
Complete thread -- on reviewing product website, I think silver refers to the bendable device used lower case
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- wound was irrigated _____ with normal saline - fashion and _____ and frontalis muscle
Complete thread -- 3 cm
Complete thread -- I still hear old wav, which was answered.
Complete thread -- a few questions please help
Complete thread -- SP knee scope
Complete thread -- . At this point, the Entellus *silver* profile was then bent appropriately
Complete thread -- Ligaments
Complete thread -- Positive crepitus. __________ intact. Range of motion, flexion, exte ...
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- h&p could be HNP herniated nucleus pulposus
Complete thread -- too much background noise and a very soft voice makes for a poor sound file.
Complete thread -- He opined cervical and lumbar *H&P* and bilateral shoulder tendinosis
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- a 5-mm _____ left AND 6-mm lesion _____.
Complete thread -- 5 minutes, after which a tourniquet...
Complete thread -- period of 5 _______ where the
Complete thread -- ^I like this much better than my guess^
Complete thread -- oops - Stammberger Sinu-Foam®.
Complete thread -- Stammberger SINU-FOAM perhaps
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Doesn't say but sounds fairly clear.
Complete thread -- thrombin and Surgifoam?
Complete thread -- s/l stromberger surgifoam
Complete thread -- seems to be okay if this is his 2nd surgery?
Complete thread -- maybe "the two proximal and the two anterior sutures" ??
Complete thread -- localization of the sinuses *in this revision case*, at least initially, the first st
Complete thread -- anchor was used for the *two prox* at the two anterior sutures reapproximating
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- web of vessels?
Complete thread -- the cystic artery, or ______ from the cystic duct
Complete thread -- Care was taken not to create a surface burn and *not* deep down to the cartilage.
Complete thread -- s/l weber vessels
Complete thread -- patient is a veterinarian who underwent previous?
Complete thread -- have a good day.
Complete thread -- The patient is a *West Indian* ____ with previous knee surgery. ...
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the operating table in the supine position. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for interim evaluation?? It sounds like "several" weeks', but that sure is vague
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and pain medication. Will followup in clinic in _____ weeks' time for
Complete thread -- The patient will be discharged home with antibiotics ____ evaluation a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this is a better suggestion than mine
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Complete thread -- screwed in using?
Complete thread -- and secured using hex screws?
Complete thread -- All this was irrigated with antibiotic irrigation. Once the pocket wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. mixed hearing
Complete thread -- as well as the tract between (not retract).
Complete thread -- using careful dissection of?? are you sure about Bovie? I hear bipolar electrocautery
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- This was also numbed with local anesthesia as well as retract between ...
Complete thread -- leads 0, 1..(not lead)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and a little bit less so
Complete thread -- She did seem to have motor and sensory responses that were more impres ...
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Complete thread -- , proceeded to place?? a wire
Complete thread -- response as well as motor response in the great toe. After confirming ...
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Complete thread -- I can't get #1. Not sure if there is anything there, might be a stumble
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 bellows response
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- After local anesthesia, I proceeded with placement of a finder needle ...
Complete thread -- foramen. We numbed...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We positioned using crosshair
Complete thread -- She was prepped and draped in normal sterile fashion. ____ technique ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- She had an excellent response. Performed an evaluation in the office.
Complete thread -- She was counseled regarding various options. ____ excellent response ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Phaco??
Complete thread -- Looking for a primary care doc s/l san-uh-vut jan-sickle in Maine. TIA!
Complete thread -- Viscoat was injected into the anterior chamber. A keratome was used t ...
Complete thread -- I got that information from the information you provided. Don't have
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Incorredt poi, You said, Your text referenced" It did not list that at all sm
Complete thread -- oh, I see, your are taking out "with". Comma works.
Complete thread -- i let it malleolar. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- :-). i m blushing.
Complete thread -- I would not put a comma there
Complete thread -- You have to be the most polite poster this board has ever had. It's a great thing.
Complete thread -- That is totally up to you. I just wasn't impressed with the 1
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks for the corection.
Complete thread -- comma after approximated, 5-0
Complete thread -- should i let it "malleolar"?
Complete thread -- I'd take out with though
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- yeah, I read the text referenced above...they are talking about
Complete thread -- was run in
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info. i was also hearing "mouthpiece" but though it odd.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left bimalleolar ankle fracture. PROCE ...
Complete thread -- Then, using 4-0 Monocryl the deep layer was closed below the hair foll ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yup, that is what I hear
Complete thread -- was this fracture in the ankle? I assumed it was based on the post below
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted.
Complete thread -- comma after this
Complete thread -- it this sentence okay gramatically?
Complete thread -- I hear "I noticed that the posterior"mouthpiece" was reduced nicely" sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks for reposting. I don't hear that, but it's all good. I
Complete thread -- glad you caught it.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- not a problem. Just didn't want you to have it wrong based on my suggestion.
Complete thread -- i am also hearing now "I was beginning to bring the"
Complete thread -- Though deleted it, will let you know what i hear. will repost the wav if in doubt.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- malleolar?? (it sounds clipped, though it starts with mal...)
Complete thread -- I noticed that the posterior ____ piece was reduced nicely back to the ...
Complete thread -- when you get a minute, could you repost the wav with the discrepancy? (2 down)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- For clarification (view echo) I meant viewing subacute condition/stage via echo monitor nm
Complete thread -- My QA added it. Hmmm.
Complete thread -- open, (stumbles) external rotation stress test. (SM)
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was brought back in to confirm the *screws were the approp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- if I put it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The reason I decided to do this is because it was such a distal fractu ...
Complete thread -- I clearly hear --when I was "beginning to bring the periosteum off the fibula"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- debriding the
Complete thread -- I dissected down directly onto bone. I noticed at this point when I w ...
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Complete thread -- I also left it as a
Complete thread -- The left lower extremity was then prepped and draped in normal sterile ...
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Complete thread -- Air was
Complete thread -- Viscoelastic was injected into the anterior chamber to visualize the d ...
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Complete thread -- passed through the next suture? (neck of the suture?) in the
Complete thread -- It was injected underneath the donor button. The donor button was cent ...
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Complete thread -- 1 interface fluid 2. Air appeared to be covering the graft?
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- The knot was rotated and internalized. The anterior surface of the co ...
Complete thread -- It was injected underneath the donor button. The donor button was cen ...
Complete thread -- Comma needed?
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 69-year-old lady who underwent an ____ approximately ...
Complete thread -- I would think you could use #3....here is an article describing
Complete thread -- apical? (parasternal, apical, and subcostal/subxyphoid are the main echo views)
Complete thread -- Subacute=px condition level just below acute (view echo), example acute MI and subacute MI
Complete thread -- #3 position or number 3 position??
Complete thread -- Speaking of mucking up threads.
Complete thread -- Glad to have helped.
Complete thread -- ahhhh.. my mistake. i see what you mean now. :)
Complete thread -- See message...
Complete thread -- can you send me info on what you're referring to?
Complete thread -- I dont know about a short form. where I work, we still go by the original BOS-2.
Complete thread -- That is long form April 28, 2015,... Short form does not require comma 04/28/2015
Complete thread -- He's long gone and I'm at peace. Oh, the stories I could tell. Hate doesn't begin to
Complete thread -- and BOS 2 page 122: SM
Complete thread -- Sorry to hear that...me too! Wish you peace.
Complete thread -- I was going by BOS-2 SM: Pg. 120 and Pg. 212
Complete thread -- Oh, I didnt mean polydactyly on this patient, just the lenticular incision fit with "digit
Complete thread -- I had one of those kinds of dads. :(
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- nope... he said mean... and then he chuckled about it
Complete thread -- listen for: father with chest pain
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother with congestive heart failure. Father was just mean.
Complete thread -- It was for hallux valgus & forefoot surgery but at least in the same
Complete thread -- yeah, this, polydactyly, so resection of the "extra" toe/finger - right? Sure fits to me.
Complete thread -- well, polydactyly pertains to what the person stated above, too many fingers/toes.
Complete thread -- found a few mentions of a lenticular incision on Google
Complete thread -- nope for polydactyly ...
Complete thread -- are you in the brain? there's a "lenticular fasciculus" but knowing what kind of surgery
Complete thread -- On page 241 in BOS3, no comma is used when formated 00/00/0000
Complete thread -- I don't believe so, only if it is written out. Can you direct me to the page? Thanks.
Complete thread -- lenticular incision?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Me thinks maybe the doc smoked a short fat "blunt" ? I can't think of anything that would
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- i think it is okay. just google EEA spike, the 2nd and 5th articles talk about the spike
Complete thread -- not sure what he means, but a comma should be after 04/21/2015, according to BOS.
Complete thread -- An anteromedial portal was made. First *short fat blun* was introduced into the medi
Complete thread -- dilators into the rectum and *spike* was taken out into ostomy.
Complete thread -- Absolutely, but I was just wondering if anyone had heard it before. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- This ESL is driving me crazy. s/l "subacute views were difficult to obtain" (sm)
Complete thread -- Neither have I. I'd probably just go verbatim in this case. (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Just saying I have never heard it dictated in that manner before...
Complete thread -- Referencing post immediately below. Now she says, "25% to 50% staph coag-negative"?
Complete thread -- Yep. That's how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- DICTATED: 25 to 50,000 staphylococcus coagulase-negative. 25,000 to 50,000?
Complete thread -- thanks guys!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- 2 clips towards the patient's abdomen(?) and 1 clip toward the specimen
Complete thread -- the cystic duct was clipped with 2 clips towards the patient's abdomen ...
Complete thread -- another blank, same lap chole report
Complete thread -- I just now heard direct! :) yay! sheesh :(
Complete thread -- so you dont hear something like "hepatic visualization"? I keep trying to hear "direct" :(
Complete thread -- agree with taco
Complete thread -- Okay, I hear "further ports" but do not hear the rest. I keep hearing hepatic in there ?
Complete thread -- further (?) ports were placed under direct visualization
Complete thread -- I am not able to hear that at all even though I keep trying
Complete thread -- both ports were placed under direct visualization.
Complete thread -- this is a lap chole
Complete thread -- unsure what he is saying
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I'm just not very fashionable - I get my hair cut by students at the beauty college for $5
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks, didn't try that way
Complete thread -- yeah. Google consumption, sepsis, thrombocytopenia
Complete thread -- s/l *consumption* secondary to sepsis
Complete thread -- Live trademark name (used trademark link above)
Complete thread -- Is Isordil a brand name? Doesn't look like it but I see it capitalized everywhere.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- you're not old enough to remember a chignon (sort of a bun) then LOL
Complete thread -- should be 3.5 shaver (size 3.5 mm)
Complete thread -- goodness... and they want us to work for pennies, we have to know it ALL nm
Complete thread -- acute care is key in"understanding", "less confusi", less "not making sense" etc sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- LOL! Stedman's Dictionary has parophthalmia and parophthalmoncus. Going with paropthalmic.
Complete thread -- I don't need to be doing acute care to know that sentence makes no sense
Complete thread -- Well, John Hopkins has paraophthalmic, so I am going with that.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Spellcheck likes "parophthalmic."
Complete thread -- paraophthalmic or parophthalmic? See both online. Cannot document in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- It's has nothing to do with acute care.
Complete thread -- maybe next time, try post using MP3, sound may be little better
Complete thread -- okay - where I work we can't use slang for meds and always spell them out.
Complete thread -- something about "...the Celexa he is on but..."
Complete thread -- AS (not 'ask')
Complete thread -- doxy and not started on azithromycin ______. His EKG has
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can't increase the sound. He is speaking that way and he says doxy, assume he means
Complete thread -- Can you repost MP3, on my end not able to make it out, too low
Complete thread -- can't hear it - but what's "Doxy"? (if doxycycline is meant, I'd spell it out)
Complete thread -- "go ask dictated" is not really helpful since "%" is dictated "percent" and "+" is "plus"
Complete thread -- yes, and that is what I posted too, and also said an MT could fix easily sm
Complete thread -- 10 mg a day, _____ 50 mg a day, Colace, Vyvanse, _____and
Complete thread -- eased up
Complete thread -- persistent cough that has not ______.
Complete thread -- tonsillar pillar ---using the inferior pole (wait for another ear)
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- got it: Surgical sites were reexamined minimal oozing sites were easily controlled with
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated 99 plus percent
Complete thread -- a guess s/l indoborder* fraying ( fraying at inner border) sm, ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and ____ oozing sites were (maybe minimal?)
Complete thread -- *indoborder* fraying
Complete thread -- were reexamined. ________ easily controlled with coagulation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 1. The bulbar urethra was noted to be enlarged, approximately 2 cm
Complete thread -- anterior tonsillar pillar in the _____ inferior pole.
Complete thread -- into the bladder. ______ was noted at the _______ approximately
Complete thread -- I didn't even know it as a hairstyle (I've heard of a chongo -same thing?)
Complete thread -- Cautery is a noun. Cauterize is the
Complete thread -- new for me too, I thought it was only a hairstyle.
Complete thread -- thanks for posting, nm - new word for me.
Complete thread -- chignon (vacuum-induced caput)
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is different in BOS-3. No wonder I could not find it.
Complete thread -- in BOS-2 it is pg 427
Complete thread -- Boy, does not really say the t sound. I will flag it. Uncertain. Thanks
Complete thread -- any chance it could be vacuum shunt on (for hydrocephalus?)
Complete thread -- sounds like shinon with emphasis on non
Complete thread -- where is the rule in BOS for times versus x?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- car wreck or an
Complete thread -- I do acute care. The sentence was dictated backwards.
Complete thread -- This is the patient who came in who apparently had some ____ injury to ...
Complete thread -- i know that and i post only short files. 20 seconds is my max limit.
Complete thread -- You are so right, poi. Hemostasis is NOT a tool. Sentence is backward. arghhhh
Complete thread -- How would you type 99+%?
Complete thread -- from drugs.com on insulin=70% NPH, Human Insulin &30% Regular, Human Insulin sm
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav. Tourniquet was released?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip.
Complete thread -- you don't do acute care poi, only pvt office reports, big difference
Complete thread -- Ah, gotcha. I'm on XP too and use Sound Recorder.
Complete thread -- the only reason I can think of for files failing to upload SM
Complete thread -- my window is XP and i use sound recorder to edit wav files.
Complete thread -- *those files
Complete thread -- don't use that files, haven't done that conversion, but have you tried to mp3 instead?
Complete thread -- is it only me?
Complete thread -- hah, I liked "not get off" it, as in that's an issue you'll continue to be adamant
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- congested nasal mucosa (not congestive)
Complete thread -- enlarged
Complete thread -- g'nite guy!
Complete thread -- The patient was found to have seromucous fluid in the middle ear space ...
Complete thread -- oops. thought you missed that one. sorry.
Complete thread -- you didn't like my "tension" suggestion from below?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- maybe it "was aiding the application of the metallic staples"
Complete thread -- It has done a great job in controlling her episodic migraine and ____& ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and, in addition to this, applying sutures on closure (in aiding.correction)
Complete thread -- with positioning the patient, prepping the patient, draping the patien ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 old scar incision line?
Complete thread -- #2 said transverse and corrected to oblique
Complete thread -- Then, 1% Xylocaine with epinephrine was injected in the _____ line and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- (this makes more sense)
Complete thread -- for many years?
Complete thread -- since New Years??. It has done a great job...tension?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient has had a occipital nerve stimulator in place ____ great j ...
Complete thread -- I agree with you on that :)
Complete thread -- yeah. flagging it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I will NOW get off my soapbox and have another drink!
Complete thread -- I think he means the patient or the table was placed in the supine postion,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear cleansed too. Also hear was returned to the supine position, that is
Complete thread -- i think all 3 will be there.
Complete thread -- "Tourniquet" was returned at the supine position sounds weird to me though.
Complete thread -- Did they do a test dose and then a complete dose? what was in
Complete thread -- i am hearing the patient was then "cleansed" and the area...
Complete thread -- pls tell me so I may have the faintest idea of what he is trying to say.
Complete thread -- this guy is drunk tonight. He isn't making sense. haha (or maybe I am!)
Complete thread -- he said "PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Intrathecal Prialt test dose."
Complete thread -- The patient ____ area covered with a Band-Aid. Tourniquet was ____ th ...
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Complete thread -- scale; however, he could not allow you to ...yes to 5 on a 10 scale
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Complete thread -- Well, it can be the surgical procedure itself (to stop the flow of blood), but I guess it
Complete thread -- instilled into the ...Prior to this, removed the needle and
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Complete thread -- through this activity...sorry missed it
Complete thread -- #4 blank pls?
Complete thread -- like a wrecking ball *smh*
Complete thread -- No, not exactly, an MT can interpret what is meant. Probably ESL talk.
Complete thread -- gosh, did you not see my correction...and billybobs that I posted??
Complete thread -- ? huh Hemostasis is something you *use to cautery*
Complete thread -- exactly...needs a flag as the sentence does not make sense as dictated
Complete thread -- is there some tool called hemostasis that I am not aware of?
Complete thread -- probably dictated inadvertently & transposed sentence, i.e. coag used for hemostasis or th
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Complete thread -- 1. with severe left ....2. desires a 3. has family issues and work to tend to to
Complete thread -- I was initially hearing "coag" myself.
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Complete thread -- can you explain how hemostasis is used to do that?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 54-year-old male ____ with left hip osteoarthritis __ ...
Complete thread -- I hear hemostasis was used to coag (slanged it) anything that nm
Complete thread -- that doesn't make sense to me either. Hemostasis is not a tool to do
Complete thread -- can it be "coagulate" then?
Complete thread -- Hemostasis is not something you *use to cautery...
Complete thread -- i don't get it. "is not" what?
Complete thread -- IS NOT (not is)
Complete thread -- though I would flag that sentence. Hemostasis is something you *use to cautery*
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Complete thread -- Once this was accomplished, hemostasis was used to ____ anything that ...
Complete thread -- I do too, but I'm wondering if he has difficulty talking, lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he started "there was some" then corrected "there was sagginess"
Complete thread -- I hear "a little shagginess"
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Complete thread -- sagginess? capsule had not totally formed, though a lot of the
Complete thread -- no not agreeing. I heard postictal delirium nm
Complete thread -- The implant was removed and then there was ____ in the pocket where th ...
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Complete thread -- had been suspected bacteria? was just trying to be. worded kind of strange
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Complete thread -- The cultures on the breast had been totally negative, *so it ____ bact ...
Complete thread -- "a" sterile drape... BTW, "on" the left breast.
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Complete thread -- Think it's 1010 (made by 3M)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Asymmetry of the breasts with slight cyst dra ...
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Complete thread -- it sounded odd to me. marking and infiltrating a "procedure".
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you so much!! Was driving me crazy!
Complete thread -- ?Konsyl
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Complete thread -- diamond procedure might be -Diamond(Field) block Intravascular Infiltration techniques sm
Complete thread -- Help! "For external hemorrhoids recommend 'con-sil' daily" ??
Complete thread -- really weird way of saying it, but I think it works and that is what I hear
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Complete thread -- comfortable. Her pain titer is way down and I think it will even improve as she
Complete thread -- I thought this was the breast reduction as in below thread (that is
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Complete thread -- 2nd blank, diagonally?
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Complete thread -- It was then prepped with Hibiclens and ____ and the incision was made ...
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Complete thread -- that is what I hear but can't verify *diamond procedure*
Complete thread -- Under good local anesthetic, the patient was prepped and draped in the ...
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Complete thread -- If you have any questions that this is not a....then I will be glad
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Complete thread -- to bra straps from this heaviness in the breasts. These people tend to get
Complete thread -- She was having back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain secondary to br ...
Complete thread -- *patients' (I blame low blood sugar, hah)
Complete thread -- it *would* be funny if I could just forget that she's working on real patient's reports.
Complete thread -- I would have done 2 sentences, no commas as all.
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- salmon-colored mucosa
Complete thread -- ...NPH, I mean.
Complete thread -- Novolin N is NHP...flagging and sending to QA.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- In a list of meds, would you flag "NPH Novolin 70/30." (Novolin is NPH AND ins reg)
Complete thread -- (copy & paste of the intended above-linked material)
Complete thread -- I have it figured out. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Which example punctuation is correct? Not sure what is meant.
Complete thread -- If it helps any, you could think of it as being like "trademarked."
Complete thread -- seems supported
Complete thread -- agree with taco and lb
Complete thread -- Hypospadias: The patient has a "coronal level" meatus with clefting of the glans.
Complete thread -- so, you agree then that the doc said postsurgical ?
Complete thread -- sure did listen nm
Complete thread -- Rehab pt. with spasticity. "tizanidine should be continued as p.r.n./sm
Complete thread -- that's right... and "postsurgical" means after a surgery...
Complete thread -- I'd also hyphenate opiod-induced, no apostrophe on Crohn disease, postsurgical stress-indu
Complete thread -- aww...lemme post a definition. SM
Complete thread -- and postsurgical is very clearly said
Complete thread -- OP - note you have a typo - "identify" should be "identity" (penultimate word in post)
Complete thread -- did you listen to the wav? He says "postsurgical" not "postictal".
Complete thread -- postictal stress induced delirium
Complete thread -- agree with taco
Complete thread -- postsurgical
Complete thread -- just added wav
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Post *irrical* stress
Complete thread -- I also was thinking it might be a coag study, which is why I asked for dx...
Complete thread -- all I can even come up with is PTT, which doesnt sound like that.
Complete thread -- what are the diagnoses?
Complete thread -- is 24 and ALT is 30. *T E E* has been tested and it is 3.6. White count is 9.2, hem
Complete thread -- Well, I think it's a little silly. When an abbreviation is capped, you don't
Complete thread -- that will probably come next... or maybe next is when she starts calling us names?
Complete thread -- or even an explanation of DVT. gah
Complete thread -- I was actually waiting on a definition of nonweightbearing ... ha!
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
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Complete thread -- poi - is someone trying to muck up this thread or what?
Complete thread -- wow - I guess so... put your rant in the wrong place
Complete thread -- like a wrecking ball
Complete thread -- LOL!! That is a major woopsie on my part. Sorry about that
Complete thread -- Scumbag MTSOs like that I am sure are very aware ofb
Complete thread -- yes, that was the OP's question - why nonweightbearing to RLE if DVT was on the LEFT?
Complete thread -- the question was "Why would he be nonweightbearing to the RLE" sm
Complete thread -- phh, not sure I explained, You did have it RIGHT, was explaining meaning
Complete thread -- what? I'm not sure you are getting it - the question is left vs. right.
Complete thread -- Thank you for that info, nm
Complete thread -- It ok -text says "inactivity restrictions" (inactive=not active) which is thus sm
Complete thread -- for others here -expose to radiation, past tense: irradiated; past participle: irradiated
Complete thread -- Thank you. So it seems like it is the same as radiation to me.
Complete thread -- type into Onelook box above or google - link
Complete thread -- After further research, I did find 'irradiation' in the archives. I will type as dictated.
Complete thread -- Dr. keeps dictating breast 'irradiation.' Should I edit to 'radiation' as I cannot
Complete thread -- I thought so. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Sounds like a discrepancy to me - I'd flag each one since you can't really be 100% on
Complete thread -- Questioning discrepancy regarding left versus right (see message)
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Complete thread -- which has an appearance of Crohn's?
Complete thread -- ileum, which is ________ of Crohn’s disease
Complete thread -- Yes, that "source" is part of my work specs.
Complete thread -- R.I.P. :-(
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Complete thread -- I don't know, but I'd hate to be stuck in Nepal
Complete thread -- METRx®
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Complete thread -- I then inserted a sequential *METRx/matrix* tube dilator and then sele ...
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Complete thread -- I then inserted a sequential *METRx/Matrix* tube dilator and then sele ...
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Complete thread -- The back of the neck is what
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Complete thread -- ahh, still learning something new every day
Complete thread -- The arms were tucked at the side. All pressure points were inspected ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. don't know, m confused myself.
Complete thread -- capital flexion is supported on google sm
Complete thread -- pinned. I hear capital too. Does she think it s/b capitalized for some odd reason?
Complete thread -- thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- Guess you went straight to the source and I didn't, sorry. see link - also pdf
Complete thread -- The patient was then positioned prone on the radiolucent Wilson frame ...
Complete thread -- Is adenoidectomy in there? He's goin' too
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Complete thread -- 1. Mobi-C
Complete thread -- Past surgical history: Tonsillectomy, _________and pustular lesion resection.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. C5-C6 anterior cervical discectomy with total ...
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Complete thread -- what's the name of the procedure?
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Complete thread -- A followup MRI shows still persistent large disc ____. ...
Complete thread -- JCAHO is why my accounts *do* cap it.
Complete thread -- I figured it out as soon as I finished posting - methimazole. NM
Complete thread -- Pt with hyperthyroidism and aortic stenosis taking s/l nefamisol? Thanks.
Complete thread -- Don't worry about it. Maybe location will be given next
Complete thread -- OP said she flagged, so it is pretty much moot at this point and "ned" is "end" (just a
Complete thread -- might help if you tell us where the account is
Complete thread -- thanks for coming back & letting us know.
Complete thread -- thanks, is getting a flag
Complete thread -- helps out at the ?EU ___?____handing out (is this a college campus maybe)
Complete thread -- JCAHO says "write international unit" so I
Complete thread -- I'm with you - I don't cap it myself, but I get a lot of VR'd drafts with it capped.
Complete thread -- the inn just out on 20 ??
Complete thread -- She states that she helps out at the _____ handing out tickets with be ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Uterus is normal, nontender to palpation by s/l guh-lean-uh examination. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- depends on account specs. my current ones all cap it.
Complete thread -- for me, I'd go with 500 international units to avoid confusion
Complete thread -- I had the idea that "international units" transcribed is lower case/sm
Complete thread -- No it doesn't. It means the MT misheard.
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Complete thread -- Thank you. I think it must be a custom compound. Found some reference to /sm
Complete thread -- heck, link says "page not found, Can copy/past post a portion
Complete thread -- Type in pit crew for STEMI on google, see if it fits.
Complete thread -- Pit crew? (take a look at this link: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/765160)
Complete thread -- Patient will be transferred to acute care center by s/l pif crew. TIA!
Complete thread -- Well, I verified he was talking about the right patient, BTW. Sent to Q
Complete thread -- Anybody familiar with all things pediatric? When does one generally
Complete thread -- I tried looking with a variety of searches...no luck!
Complete thread -- Spells "Remix" 344 CMPD cream to left foot 3 x daily as directed/sm
Complete thread -- means they are likely to have, apt to have
Complete thread -- he was on a drip, they gave a bolus, and then stopped the drip?
Complete thread -- maybe
Complete thread -- Cardizen drip bolus undripped? Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Left a flag, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds sort of like christian? Any ideas?
Complete thread -- Just "are" is missing before "both,"
Complete thread -- portion of the?
Complete thread -- he sl*ports of the* sac in the canal was excised in its entirety. SM
Complete thread -- serotoninism ? ("both due to have" doesn't make sense, needs rewording or blanking)
Complete thread -- until needle tips ?
Complete thread -- need help. sm
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied at the identified ...
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Complete thread -- hi, Dr. Margaret! thanks for the lovely inspiring (couldn't help typing "inspring") words
Complete thread -- lots and lots of moths here...
Complete thread -- It was therefore left in its native position and attention was directe ...
Complete thread -- La Primavera ha venido. Nadie sabe como ha sido.
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Complete thread -- see inside
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Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Think it's "jamming" and I hear ranges of motion.
Complete thread -- Palpation over the right paraspinal musculature elicited minimal pain ...
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Complete thread -- haha, my comma is in the wrong place. comma after pain.
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Complete thread -- , pain it feels locked.
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Complete thread -- Left shoulder pain ____. Pain level is about 6. Neck pain graded at ...
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Complete thread -- Minimal supraspinatus tendinosis. Mild AC joint hypertrophy ____ the ...
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Complete thread -- There is a Selma also (south of Fresno)...and that is what I hear
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Complete thread -- Harris Beath view? (is this a heel x-ray?)
Complete thread -- over a K-wire reducing the fracture after the irrigation was carried o ...
Complete thread -- You might find this help, page 5. see link
Complete thread -- Did I read this mess wrong? t..started a fight from somebody suggesting to
Complete thread -- 250 and up is usual. I've never heard it as low as 150.
Complete thread -- good one, rt. I hope the OP sees it and listens for that.
Complete thread -- ? notable
Complete thread -- can anyone recommend link reference for "standard" tourniquet pressure for surgery sm
Complete thread -- LMAO - Leave Me Alone, Okay? (What I'd write to D)
Complete thread -- check out "neuropile" or "neuropil"
Complete thread -- I like this answer!
Complete thread -- How about "It does abut the traversing L5-S1 nerve." ("period")/ nm
Complete thread -- here, let me pass the cocoa puffs...
Complete thread -- I missed out on all the fun! Wah!
Complete thread -- good thing, cuz now it's been at least a half hour and it still doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- come on taco -- you know she doesn't care if it makes sense~
Complete thread -- "if can confirm LMAO?" I'll come back in 10 minutes and see if that makes sense.
Complete thread -- oooh - darlene is calling me dumb - ouch - that hurts so much
Complete thread -- Actually, the sound will always be the same, the interpretation of that sound might change
Complete thread -- coo-coo for cocoa puffs
Complete thread -- Then why the suggestion if can confirm LMAO
Complete thread -- t-laughing out loud, of course sound changes w/listening again. Dumb statement !
Complete thread -- Why not? Makes just as much sense as waiting and hoping the dictation will change.
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest tilting head to the right and listening again.
Complete thread -- I was thinking maybe letters, like NRP? but I can't find that acronym - just a thought.
Complete thread -- OP: "wish it did sound like nerve root" - 10 minutes is going to change this?
Complete thread -- suggestion, if able to delay "sending" say 10 min,then relisten for nerves or nerve root
Complete thread -- MRI lumbar spine
Complete thread -- I'm glad you got it - I could only hear "related" in there
Complete thread -- x-rays of the hip - s/l mobile
Complete thread -- Tobacco related disorder. I knew I should have listened again
Complete thread -- given some cough and phlegm in the morning. 4. ___________ disorder.
Complete thread -- balloon retained?
Complete thread -- Got it: No irritability...
Complete thread -- ...external rotation 40. _____ of the hip is noted. Tightness to the iliotibial band.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- unless your account cares, I think it's up to you if you want to use combining forms.
Complete thread -- would you use anteroinferior?
Complete thread -- can'at get /l but cap Cholangiocath™
Complete thread -- I think it is "counting" as in counting the (vertebral) periosteum
Complete thread -- Cholangiocath help please
Complete thread -- not totally sure, but this is what I heard... sm
Complete thread -- Got it:
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Complete thread -- TY.. mp3 deleted
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Complete thread -- I will repost my mp3 okay???
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Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- hip injection - hip s/l caps
Complete thread -- for stenosis
Complete thread -- completion of decompression _____, attention was
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Complete thread -- From your context I would have expected to hear "following this study"...does
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Complete thread -- multiple sleep latency tests following *by this* study, but test wa
Complete thread -- and thus the nomenclature here is
Complete thread -- sacralized S1-2 level ______ defined as L1-2 disc
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Complete thread -- #2: wrapped with a bias (bias stockinette/see link)
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Complete thread -- The patient was seen at an outside facility emergency department where ...
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Complete thread -- Hillary Clinton admitted that we started, funded and trained Al Qaeda in Pakistan to fight
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Complete thread -- Orthopedic testing revealed positive left Kemp’s test producing left l ...
Complete thread -- Guess it's not something "bleeding disorder" either then.
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I also though so and tried to find that thread, but couldn
Complete thread -- go out and exercise (we did this one already)
Complete thread -- go out, but it looks like you already posted below
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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nothing in entire H&P to support that. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- but s/b pronounced lie-den anyway, I think, so
Complete thread -- I meant Leiden
Complete thread -- Seem to hear Leyden disorder but can't get first part (doesn't s/l factor V to me)
Complete thread -- given some cough and phlegm in the morning. 4. ___________ disorder.
Complete thread -- Maybe sometime, if I can find with subtitles, but I don't usually like "action" flicks.
Complete thread -- you should watch Akshay Kumar's latest flick BABY.
Complete thread -- Don't forget to jump up and down and shout "USA, USA, USA!!!"
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- You 2 go ahead and discuss away....I will get out of the way to wave my flag. :)
Complete thread -- :-).
Complete thread -- I'm the one who began talking politics, guy, so no apology is needed.
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Complete thread -- We spend more on our military than all other countries put together spend on theirs. We
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Complete thread -- you are right. pardon me.
Complete thread -- The female driver went around him attempting to leave the scene of the ...
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Complete thread -- 41, Westbound exit, stopped at Divisadero Street
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Complete thread -- He believes that he may have had 1 hand on the sheering wheel as he wa ...
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Complete thread -- what I don't like about US is this.
Complete thread -- VW (Volkswagen) Jetta
Complete thread -- The patient was a driver of a 1999, ____. During the accident, he was ...
Complete thread -- Most of our taxes go to the military complex, unfortunately, while our infrastructure
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Complete thread -- I was impressed that India has more high IQ kids than the U.S. has kids, lol
Complete thread -- Her pain is best when lying on her back using ice or heat ____ massage ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :-)
Complete thread -- The wealth inequality is great in this country. I'm sure you've heard about the "top 1%."
Complete thread -- so nice of you. :-)
Complete thread -- that was neat.
Complete thread -- I think a lot of people are afraid of something they know nothing about.
Complete thread -- Did you ever watch the "Did You Know" video?
Complete thread -- yeah. Both are Indian languages.
Complete thread -- :-). You are forunuate to born in the US.
Complete thread -- Is Hindi and Punjabi 2 different languages?
Complete thread -- Impressive. Thank you for sharing. I find this job challenging and
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Complete thread -- I know only English besides Hindi and Punjabi.
Complete thread -- *Fluid* signal is appreciated within the disc protrusion. This is con ...
Complete thread -- question to guy...sm
Complete thread -- an MRI
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- MRI of her lumbar spine (and learned that she..corrected) to find that she..??
Complete thread -- He requested MRI for lumbar spine and ____ that she had kidney cancer. ...
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Complete thread -- yes to 24 visits. change of physican
Complete thread -- She believes it was approximately *24 visits*. Later, she requested _ ...
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Complete thread -- he says give away...it is fine as dictated
Complete thread -- give away or give way?
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Complete thread -- the lower back/hip, pain radiating to her stomach. First sentence is fine
Complete thread -- the blanks sounds like Medselect or Metselect but I can't verify at all
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. mp3 posted above.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- give way? I think that works, the same way a knee might give way.
Complete thread -- *She felt her back give away. The lower back get pain radiating to he ...
Complete thread -- bending to reach into a drawer for
Complete thread -- *She felt her back give away*.
Complete thread -- She *reached over using the ____ stand squatting, bending to reaching ...
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Complete thread -- Coalinga
Complete thread -- in Sacramento, CA or anywhere in California.
Complete thread -- Employer: ____ State Hospital ...
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Complete thread -- Notch is scarred in??
Complete thread -- The patient’s arthroscopic findings showed normal suprapatellar pouch ...
Complete thread -- moexipril?
Complete thread -- thanks poi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no, I can't hear those.
Complete thread -- I checked drugs.com and searched l*pril and only came up with lisinopril
Complete thread -- anybody heard of lanoxipril? s/l definitely like that ...
Complete thread -- Me neither. Thanks for trying. :)
Complete thread -- single-lead?
Complete thread -- I looked, could not find anything
Complete thread -- stenting and ICD placement?
Complete thread -- medical history list enclosed
Complete thread -- s/l sted-ing ICD placement (list of past medical history) Consult for V tach.
Complete thread -- Patient is to undergo chest x-ray for s/l die-man research study. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ooops typo...spell check - characteristic
Complete thread -- charasteristic?
Complete thread -- he definitely spits it out
Complete thread -- finding good hits for "leash of vessels" perhaps listen again to the first part
Complete thread -- Thanks, taco and poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. It does sound like 'histoma'.. .but must be 'choleasteatoma'.
Complete thread -- I would say, ..mallet-type injury, but mallet type of injury
Complete thread -- Eye exam
Complete thread -- mallet-type or mallet type??
Complete thread -- *whew* ...was sweating that one!
Complete thread -- encased in a fibrous membranous tissue
Complete thread -- I think poi is right (!)-- "site" is the subject, so it would be "site... was"
Complete thread -- cholesteatoma?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I would put commas around ,as well as 4 quadrants of ear canal, - site - was
Complete thread -- 'was' dictated, but edit to 'were'?
Complete thread -- thanks. last job of the day and I'm so ready to get outta here!
Complete thread -- could take out the first one and leave the second too....but would take out one of them
Complete thread -- I would take out the second "that she just learned about"
Complete thread -- redundant, or not. It is late in the day, I'm tired, & this doesn't sound right. SM
Complete thread -- arcus senilis
Complete thread -- exophthalmos?
Complete thread -- s/l archocinilus?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I would edit the heck out of that because he is talking about 2 different toes (sm)
Complete thread -- acromegaly (or acromegalia) is very much associated w/pituitary insufficiency
Complete thread -- digit; or digit: - Not sure which is appropriate here??
Complete thread -- Thanks POI ...
Complete thread -- s/l acromegalia pituitary insufficiency?
Complete thread -- I would go with exploratory as your first thought as emergency has already been stated
Complete thread -- also finding it exploratory laparotomy (ELAP)
Complete thread -- finding emergency laparotomy (ELAP)
Complete thread -- ELAP
Complete thread -- Yes, this makes sense. A critical view should only reveal the cystic duct and artery.
Complete thread -- s/l no other structures entering or leaving the gallbladder (see message)
Complete thread -- I can't post links but if you google "10 mm 30 degree camera" you get some good hits.
Complete thread -- I'll bet that's it, but I'm flagging for approval.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to have to flag it. I'll let you know if it comes back.
Complete thread -- maybe a correction from 10-degree to 30-degree?
Complete thread -- maybe means 10 mm 30-degree, but I don't know how you'd write that - 10/30?
Complete thread -- thought I'd give it one more search and found article. It's depression
Complete thread -- s/l 1030 camera (maybe 10-30?) (see message)
Complete thread -- fracture?
Complete thread -- listening again - compression?
Complete thread -- you might be right, but I only see it once already
Complete thread -- distraction?
Complete thread -- knee x-ray-fracture?
Complete thread -- is the s/l like "eye descend"? mebbe "side-to-end" ??
Complete thread -- may be descend is "tendon" as in type I tendon repair
Complete thread -- Overlay refers to the possible contribution of foot pain from the radiculopathy
Complete thread -- ? benign
Complete thread -- dunno your s/l but...
Complete thread -- can't hear what other repair done. PE only talks about shoulder
Complete thread -- wav already gone but consider "extensive" as listed twice in your text already
Complete thread -- may be Reverse Pivot Shift Test - Knee Exam (a backward motion exam)
Complete thread -- dunno if it could be slurred to s/l "reverse", but I often hear "ligamentous" instability
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- Could it be "ketone"?
Complete thread -- Geez, of course. Thanks! Feeling silly. nm
Complete thread -- Laceration is often pronounced "lac" for short.
Complete thread -- I will "wait" with invasive studies (not do them yet)?
Complete thread -- Pt. with abrasion/"lack" on medial aspect of tibia status post MVA. tia nm
Complete thread -- staples?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- back wall as well as a running silver *skulls* on the front wall.
Complete thread -- await with invasive studies. and that makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- I thought maybe that, but he is saying "kuh DINE." Weird.
Complete thread -- I thought maybe that, but he is saying
Complete thread -- fever and white count. I will _________ studies. She has
Complete thread -- kidney?
Complete thread -- s/l kedine
Complete thread -- ARTHROSCOPIC FINDINGS: 1. Suprapatellar pouch: Extensive synovitis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- through the day.
Complete thread -- Differential diagnosis includes possible gastritis, peptic ulcer disea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort
Complete thread -- can't get it.
Complete thread -- He was evaluated by an ultrasound of the abdomen which is unremarkable ...
Complete thread -- I'll take your word for it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. He is saying pain
Complete thread -- Seen after eating? (food still in stomach?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Pain
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Gastroesophageal reflux disease. 2. _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mucosal folds
Complete thread -- folds are noted
Complete thread -- The band appeared to have likely slipped. On retroflexion, mucosa ___ ...
Complete thread -- got it. fundic gland polyp. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Small gastric polyp, status post removal. This is likely a ____ polyp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Workup with labs
Complete thread -- This is a pleasant 33-year-old male with history of left upper quadran ...
Complete thread -- just playin with ya :)
Complete thread -- don't know what to say...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I am hearing "inlet"
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Gastroesophageal reflux disease. POS ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but the majority taken out in its...chondral defect in the
Complete thread -- We took an arthroscopic photo of it. A portion of it was taken piecem ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it is proximally? as it is approximated?
Complete thread -- The scar on the chin should do extremely well as ____ in a good anatom ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- they will just look like an ....scars usually do extremity well.
Complete thread -- The patient has had a history of trying to evacuate some blemishes on ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- only went a third across the way of the lower ...I would transcribe a thid of the way
Complete thread -- The skin was then trimmed slightly laterally but nothing medial and th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with especially the lower?? .....to its normal postiion
Complete thread -- Then, the suture was tied to lift the lateral canthal ligament ____ la ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- passing it back....the upper incision..passing again...(no fastening anywhere)
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The 4-0 Monocryl was put to the periosteum of the orbital rim and plac ...
Complete thread -- ah,hhh agree, betcha that might be it circ (circumflex artery) nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 is a correction, nothing there #2 till there was
Complete thread -- in the circ (circumflex artery)
Complete thread -- you can transcribe 3 cm or 4 cm, I was just pointing out he said OR, no TO
Complete thread -- Then, the *face* which was washed previously was then cleansed with al ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- 3 or 4 cm .... taking ....tailored that
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried at the scar level down about 3 cm to 4 cm and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sun and freckling?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Slight lax skin in the temple and marked pigm ...
Complete thread -- agree ID=identify susceptibility(to different antibiotics) nm
Complete thread -- "overlay" may mean nonphysiologic, psychological (cause)
Complete thread -- s/l text may be tech=technique marking,(marking technique used for biopsy margin excision
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. Will flag my first blank.
Complete thread -- can post a voice file or more text. SERT is not part of heart anatomy
Complete thread -- yep, was just going to suggest that too.
Complete thread -- presbyesophagus
Complete thread -- mp3 help. 2 blanks. pls sm.
Complete thread -- nevermind, that doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- sirolimus-eluting stents (SES)?
Complete thread -- history of PCI with stent in the S/L "SERT" ? help pls TIA
Complete thread -- thanks for listening. I did catch he also said in there "for nausea"
Complete thread -- i can't get it - my brain is fried today. and yea, poor sound.
Complete thread -- see link - says neuronal junction or neuromuscular junction, but i didnt research further.
Complete thread -- ? HGCS (high-grade carotid stenosis?)
Complete thread -- EMG study s/l neural junction-acutally that entire sentence was choppy and not sure
Complete thread -- He has been seeing Dr. XX since last year, his blood pressures have been ________
Complete thread -- here is a good article about preop localization that talks about
Complete thread -- ok, thank you so much poi!
Complete thread -- sounds pretty clearly (to me) as "text marking". A definition of
Complete thread -- left 3 o'clock, right with ultrasound preoperative _____ marking
Complete thread -- I guess it could, but I would probably have to hear that pretty clearly or flag.
Complete thread -- Good job, lb! I'm the one who asked for name, then got busy, just came back and saw you
Complete thread -- ahah! Thank you so much poi!
Complete thread -- reports of which
Complete thread -- mammogram and ultrasound today at Lake Imaging _____ which are normal a
Complete thread -- does the word overlay make sense?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That was me thanking you - no idea why my moniker suddenly changed
Complete thread -- I have no words to thank you!
Complete thread -- google luck is what I call it
Complete thread -- ID and susceptibility...
Complete thread -- usually it is ID susceptibility ?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Where did you find that?!
Complete thread -- FOUND IT - it isnt MD it is : Tom Reisler, BSc (Hons), MB ChB, MRCS (Ed
Complete thread -- negative rods. ID *incessability* to follow.
Complete thread -- sorry too :)
Complete thread -- all I can find is that he's a PGY5 surgical resident :) sory
Complete thread -- It seems he did his medical training in GB
Complete thread -- Dr. Tomar Reisler. Thanks.
Complete thread -- what is the name? (as long as it is not a pt, I don't think you have to worry about HIPAA)
Complete thread -- Thanks, I listened for that, but the C is crystal clear. The MD sounds a bit like MB, but
Complete thread -- listen again for MD, PhD
Complete thread -- (I didn't see your post when I posted - yes, either way is correct.)
Complete thread -- Doctor requested I put all this after a name: XX, BSc, MD ChD, MRCS
Complete thread -- Thanks, that is correct. I see it written as both Qp/Qs and Qp:Qs.
Complete thread -- I am soooooo glad this board is back too! :) YAY!!! best board ever!
Complete thread -- I believe it is Qp/Qs (which is the pulmonary-to-systemic flow ratio)
Complete thread -- Qp:Qs
Complete thread -- The left upper pulmonary vein drains into the innominate vein with a QPQF of 1.3:1
Complete thread -- The left upper pulmonary vein drains into the anomalous vein with a s/l QPQF of 1.3:1
Complete thread -- periosteum with interrupted 5-0 vicryl sutures. The *soof* which had been liberated
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- pneumatic TOOLS to clean with would make more sense
Complete thread -- A 79-year-old man with bilateral hand numbness.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Buford complex?
Complete thread -- s/l *beefer* complex
Complete thread -- just got the other: low set brows
Complete thread -- got some: Her ptosis resolves with the heavy skin and brows is elevated
Complete thread -- dermatochalasis and _____ beneath the rims
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- These were left open to allow _____ to avoid infection.
Complete thread -- made our repair _____ #2 FiberWire _____
Complete thread -- considered to be adequate, a stab incision was made over the distal aspect of the pla
Complete thread -- its fibers and taken *heart to bone over* Gerdy’s tubercle
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1) pleasant
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a very ____ Caucasian male with ex ...
Complete thread -- WAG - Epidural and versed?
Complete thread -- me too. I asked on The Restuvus about the downtime, and billybob kindly answered me there.
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- whew! Glad you're back!
Complete thread -- I believe that is it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- excipients?
Complete thread -- ah, yes! Paraphimosis
Complete thread -- phimosis ?
Complete thread -- seroma, hematoma?
Complete thread -- hypogonadism - sm
Complete thread -- Pazeo 1 drop daily, as this is stronger and the *excipiance* are more comfortable.
Complete thread -- We plan on doing so with an anterior lumbar fusion followed by a secon ...
Complete thread -- thank you. I will flag . :) I agree... So random...
Complete thread -- agree A gated blood pool scan, or MUGA scan, eval heart ventricles
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gated would fit
Complete thread -- s/l gater study
Complete thread -- I don't think 'peanut testing' makes sense, even incidentally, but can't think of what it
Complete thread -- Prostate cancer: the aspirations for ______ "peanut" testing came back negative
Complete thread -- can you post a wav
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "given all the way away" sort of make sense...
Complete thread -- recommendation for knee instability
Complete thread -- crosses over and formS....closes off
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: Epidural (s/l versain).
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- rounded?
Complete thread -- Carotid Duplex showing right *NHSS*?
Complete thread -- s/l "rhabdid" atelectasis found on biopsy of lung nodule. nm
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Moraxella
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ESL...pancreatic cancer
Complete thread -- misspeak - not 2 times a day, that'd be too much. I'd flag 'em both.
Complete thread -- did doctor misspeak?
Complete thread -- I hear "forge" too
Complete thread -- Going line rate please? Also in what state? THANKS
Complete thread -- sounds like "forge". wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- double-check your wav
Complete thread -- Her diastasis would also continue to allow her abdominal contents to _ ...
Complete thread -- Above this, there is another panniculus that totally *closes/crosses* ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Yeah was hearing things. Think deep portion is correct. Still believe it's white line.
Complete thread -- white line to the commissure? Are you sure about deep portion? When I first listened, I
Complete thread -- He is saying SITE
Complete thread -- Under good local anesthetic, the patient was marked with the patient s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- the initial (I guess I am still up...haha)
Complete thread -- The dissection was carried down to near the platysma muscle, and then ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. good night.
Complete thread -- yup (comma after skin) G'nite guy.
Complete thread -- I appreciate your support taco, but I AM always wrong with hyphenation
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Asymmetry and large vertical length of the ea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ooops..that was me. I would not use the "never", would just leave it at "could find no
Complete thread -- 3 small, appeared to be nylon, clear nylon sutures...especially at that depth,..
Complete thread -- The muscle was divided and the dissection was carried down to the peri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- like where a suture had been
Complete thread -- cystic-type. No I don't think it is a correction. He first dissected
Complete thread -- The dissection was carried down to the *cystic ____* covering it which ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank but agree with eliminated.
Complete thread -- The left side was opened in the same manner and dissected down but was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- then I would go with face.
Complete thread -- elevation of the temple. (and I agree with the other stuff)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: *Slight laxity in the temple and lateral cant ...
Complete thread -- yeah he is talking a lot about it.
Complete thread -- it could be guy. What is in the rest of the report? Does he talk about face stuff?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing "face"
Complete thread -- sounds like fatty? could just be fat, not sure.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't hear mp3
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The patient comes in after having bilateral augmentation mammoplasty b ...
Complete thread -- The patient semi-created a (correction) knocked a vessel so...(sm)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: *____ vessel loose in the temple of the left a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1- cinched down #3- small circle Can't get #2 ...
Complete thread -- and was cinched down to create a ____ and a small circle
Complete thread -- A 3-0 PDS suture was worked just below the dermis, totally around and ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- it doesn't make sense to say good and then excellent about the same thing.
Complete thread -- I think he says "The symmetry" not good symmetry
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- two knees? what is the surgery?
Complete thread -- Good symmetry between the ____ was excellent at that time and the inci ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks for your input
Complete thread -- I guess it's demonstrate. Not sure I've heard it worded that way but that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- demonstrated
Complete thread -- Me too,
Complete thread -- Of note, fluoroscopic views ____ the case. ...
Complete thread -- ah, thanks! my Google-Fu was off on this.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- none ____ threading, far cortex crossing or??
Complete thread -- The patient had a good placement of plate, good length of screws, ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. pushed to the side? put to the side? I can't get the second blank
Complete thread -- metacarpal. The tendon was ____. The fascia was exposed and curetted ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a pole and had
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what he is talking about myself. I was thinking
Complete thread -- The patient is a 17-year-old male who punched ____ injury to his right ...
Complete thread -- Does he mean that 4 out of 4 arteries bypassed are patent (4/4)?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- or even made-up pedunculous if you hear it but doesn't look like your s/l imo
Complete thread -- he dictates "4 by 4". Not sure if I should type 4x4 or 4/4 when talking about grafts
Complete thread -- sounds like Hemlock Street Pain Center but verify with the account location
Complete thread -- But that's a noun, not an adjective which I think doctor wants. I'd go with pedunculated
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The pain medication is monitored by ____ Pain Center. ...
Complete thread -- does seem verifiable - though seeing caudal-cranial fashion too
Complete thread -- guess I'm going with it.
Complete thread -- s/l cranial fashion. hysterectomy, myomectomies, etc.
Complete thread -- I just edited to 'At about 3 places 3-0 Vicryl suture approximation...'
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying though.
Complete thread -- Never heard her say this, but it is possible. Not sure if I should send to QA
Complete thread -- could he be saying that 30 places (3-0), two suture approximation...
Complete thread -- Spell checker accepts 'pedunculus.'
Complete thread -- Thank you both. She probably meant pedunculous. It's not contiguous. Thanks again!!!
Complete thread -- I have no guesses as to what that might mean.
Complete thread -- or pedunculous? (not really a word, but maybe means pedunculated?)
Complete thread -- contiguous?
Complete thread -- ESL dictator (again) Vulvar condylomas
Complete thread -- I think this is turning into the bored-helper board (B-HB)
Complete thread -- ESL dictator ...........big with long 'peh-tic-ulous' base.
Complete thread -- This is not the hyphenation-question board.
Complete thread -- yes, 'twas me making fun of poi...
Complete thread -- taco (I think) is making fun of me because I am always wrong with
Complete thread -- I'm so contused...hyphenate what?
Complete thread -- that one for sure is not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- I dunno... but poi is our WB hyphenation expert
Complete thread -- What? Where is the
Complete thread -- You're welcome. Happy to help.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the 'caretaker'. I know menstrual is not in there. I forgot that I had added
Complete thread -- She is a caretaker. (the longer clip helped) I don't hear "menstrual" just "bad cramping"
Complete thread -- Thank you. Reposted now. Afterall it is 'she is a', I believe.
Complete thread -- can you post a slightly longer clip? need more of a lead-in to get
Complete thread -- I don't know...
Complete thread -- I think it is not 'she is a' but 'she takes'_________(medication name??)
Complete thread -- Hyphenation question
Complete thread -- Hyphenation question
Complete thread -- Female for hysteroscopy and D&C. Nothing significant in medical history.
Complete thread -- lmao... you slay me.
Complete thread -- what are you even talking about? "DeBakey" is not the surgeon, they are FORCEPS.
Complete thread -- Was an obvious typo. Debakey very well known "cardiac" surgeon
Complete thread -- with removal of a (just in case did not catch it)
Complete thread -- peripheral like through a peripheral IV? (as opposed to central line or oral antibiotics)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- extravasation (sure about "did show"? it might it be "did NOT show"?)
Complete thread -- doesn't sonud like that at all
Complete thread -- parenteral?
Complete thread -- intraabdominal collection and continue with *peripheral* antibiotics as ordered and f
Complete thread -- s/l extrapozation
Complete thread -- Yes.... Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- actually, I googled (for the helluvit) BeBakey and it is DeBakey is a cardiac surgeon.
Complete thread -- omgoodness, yes, reading the OP post, hernia repair comes to mind to me too.
Complete thread -- agree - wav is gone, but I remember it sounding like it was more than one syllable
Complete thread -- he seems to have developed?
Complete thread -- I saw that on googling but it sure sounded like 2 words in there.
Complete thread -- Quito? (Ecuador)
Complete thread -- clue? sounds more like a hernia repair to me and I just misheard the name of instrument.
Complete thread -- Traveling to the Amazon by way of *Keto/Kito/Kedo*. I will prescribe Diamox.
Complete thread -- just can't get it
Complete thread -- A clue. Believe procedure tricuspid or mitral annulus (ring) replacement- cardiac sm
Complete thread -- Since I last saw him he has _____ features of diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I hear metal shield protectors
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- I've never heard anyone say that, but it seems reasonable
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure on the blank (s/l it starts with a B?), but tumescent isn't capitalized.
Complete thread -- skin after placing metal _____ protectors at a setting of 8 watts
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ooh - yeah billybob is right - ...by passing the *DeBakey* forceps through
Complete thread -- not too tight by passing (up?) the Blakesly forceps (through?) (for "extra" reInforcement)
Complete thread -- that the ring was not too tight with passing of DeBakey forceps.
Complete thread -- "control" something... but the sentence before that I hear differently...
Complete thread -- this is a
Complete thread -- We confirmed that the ring was _____. The tails were
Complete thread -- We had good _____ internal ring.
Complete thread -- minor stirrup splint? sm
Complete thread -- sounds like turgid veins
Complete thread -- His ____veins have bleed once and I think he needs to be operated on because of that
Complete thread -- another link
Complete thread -- might be right - see link for "clave"
Complete thread -- Dialysis catheter...capped off with a s/l**clave**
Complete thread -- I don't want to mislead, but to me it s/l ...injected "flex-con cee-toe-caine" through....
Complete thread -- oops, meant to post here. i still cant get it, sorry!!
Complete thread -- sheesh...sorry. I still can't get it.
Complete thread -- Okay. Reposted now. I can give you a s/l if this is still too fast if you want.
Complete thread -- Okay. Reposted now. I can give you a s/l if this is still too fast if you want.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can slow down a bit. Thank you.
Complete thread -- oh heckfire, can you slow him down a hair?
Complete thread -- phlebotomy and foam sclerotherapy
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't mean to hurt you...
Complete thread -- Ouch...
Complete thread -- see below where it says "sorry, pressed enter too soon"? that's the question (of course)
Complete thread -- lmbo
Complete thread -- That's not even what OP was questioning. Do you ever read the thread before commenting?
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for this link.
Complete thread -- sm Altered level of consciousness (ALOC)
Complete thread -- yes, of course, The patient had an altered level of consciousness...
Complete thread -- this link has it with commas on Pg. 3
Complete thread -- Looks okay to me, but I can't say that I have ever had it dictated that way, and I can't
Complete thread -- Sorry, pressed enter too soon ..... sm
Complete thread -- and then what happened?
Complete thread -- The patient had an altered level of consciousness...
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! I was leaning to that, but it just sounded weird :)
Complete thread -- flecks
Complete thread -- Posted WAV
Complete thread -- on CT... Air flecks in the mass? Air flex? cannot seem to document either one
Complete thread -- LOL! yes, her and the docs, other than Dr. A are speed talkers, sheesh, take a breath! :)
Complete thread -- hah, cool, thanks! brainstorming. :) I didn't think of that, just tried 'cottonoid' in the
Complete thread -- That was the answer given in archives (1/2 x 1/2). I tried typing half by half in the
Complete thread -- opinions appreciated, new one on me. dictated "half by half cottonoid"
Complete thread -- That's it - thanks!
Complete thread -- Jevtana?
Complete thread -- LOL! Okay.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- He developed hepatic metastasis. The plan was to start him on s/l Jutana?
Complete thread -- CO2 narcosis?
Complete thread -- Clark was on maternity leave. I'm glad she's back. Yeah, the woman rock
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you. E was very clear and not V.
Complete thread -- Hypercapnic respiratory failure is secondary to s/l or-nar-cose-is. TIA!
Complete thread -- Did you not see the other post. "E" can sound like "V."
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- e tox? (erythema toxicum)
Complete thread -- unable to catch what she says. 4-day-old infant exam
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input, O. E sounds separate. Will flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Okay, here it is: pressure regulated volume control ventilation (PRVCV)
Complete thread -- Could it be just an extension of the "c" sound?
Complete thread -- ventilator settings were changed from PRVCE plus pressure (questioning the E) TIA!
Complete thread -- nvm, got it, Vitrea.
Complete thread -- Radiology system, s/l Vitria? (vih-tree-uh)
Complete thread -- I have had acct since it first came over a year ago, but when she disappeared for a few
Complete thread -- She takes a little getting used to, but after a while, she's easy as pie!
Complete thread -- yep and thank you so much!! :)
Complete thread -- fever up to 102, urgency
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- I think so too, although I have yet to work on an account that uses BOS-3.
Complete thread -- s/l visidix or vizidex (assuming some kind of lab computer system?)
Complete thread -- I think the BOS-3 cut out hyphens on this type of measurement, but I could be wrong. ?
Complete thread -- *size
Complete thread -- got it "15-mm and then 18-mm sized with satisfactory post dilation appearance" mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. have a good night.
Complete thread -- He may also benefit from a
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: The patient is recommended to use Zantac as needed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I thought active was the first word, don't hear healthy
Complete thread -- can it be "healthy"?
Complete thread -- can't get it
Complete thread -- tracheal tugging?
Complete thread -- ah! Finally, "tracheal tugging." Thank you! /nm
Complete thread -- Thanks, no! Funny, b/c he is clear everywhere else. s/l Shakel tugging? /nm
Complete thread -- thyromegaly?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother and father are both ____. ...
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- Neuro exam: Neck supple, without JVD or s/l shakel stugging (oh my...)/nm
Complete thread -- *He works in sales of aerospace components.* is it okay?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Right knee surgery.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Hypertension. PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Prevacid
Complete thread -- He uses Tums or *Prilosec/Prevacid* over-the-counter as needed to trea ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- inlet patch (sm)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Mild distal esophagitis. 2. A 2 cm t ...
Complete thread -- TIG is shape of the tip
Complete thread -- narrow escape. :-)
Complete thread -- haha - I was going to yell at you!
Complete thread -- nevermind. this is the same word as below. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The abdominal binder was placed over the pocket to ensure compression ...
Complete thread -- sorry, it appears that is one word logrolled
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- log-rolled onto
Complete thread -- The patient was ____ prone position with chest bolsters padding. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- antibiotics unless the cellulitis does not improve.
Complete thread -- unless the cellulitis doesn't improve. (the wound..corrected to) The abscess has been...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I didn't check all the context of this wav, something seems weird with the
Complete thread -- tissue breast reconstruction
Complete thread -- As you recall, the patient is a 50-year-old female status post bilater ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- packed and she will pack it
Complete thread -- Doctor needs to examine her and there might be necessary an exploratio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- probed?
Complete thread -- I found some subcutaneous pus. This was cultured, drained. As I ____ ...
Complete thread -- you still get line credit don't forget
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- As you recall, the patient is a 50-year-old female status post bilater ...
Complete thread -- sent for QA, thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- wav, psych eval.
Complete thread -- Will just flag this one. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- outside facility... Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- This is very slurred, but s/l at orfis facility in Washington DC
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- help with meds.
Complete thread -- thanks for verification
Complete thread -- Each is your subject, it's singular, so each was is correct.
Complete thread -- Time for a mental health day for him... I agree, scary
Complete thread -- need some verb tense help - please sm and thanks
Complete thread -- yes! That must be it. Amazing - thanks!
Complete thread -- Any chance it's SVs, seminal vesicles?
Complete thread -- s/l SPs or STs. What could this stand for? Prostatitis.
Complete thread -- pretty scary when by chance you type about 8 reports in the same day b ...
Complete thread -- gripping?
Complete thread -- Pt with radial head and neck fracture
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- oops...phalanx, midshaft,
Complete thread -- phalanxm, midshaft, - correct for comma placement here?
Complete thread -- Looks like Tiger is brand name of a TIG catheter
Complete thread -- I believe it stands for mesial
Complete thread -- Found this: the Tiger Radial TIG Catheter (Terumo) ...see link
Complete thread -- flap as well as the skin graft (what it s/l to me)
Complete thread -- bends is probably bands (bands of tissue) and planed makes sense, smoothed back down
Complete thread -- I can't really say for 100% but I think they are 2 different catheters, not a shortened
Complete thread -- Cardiac catheters
Complete thread -- true
Complete thread -- Procedure: Tubularized incised plate hypospadias repair
Complete thread -- the air movement (is) slow?
Complete thread -- Lung exam: The s/l "emolant" or "M.O.ant" slow. There is no wheezing.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't get blank but I think it should be "2-second capillary refill"
Complete thread -- was healthy in its new location (not with)
Complete thread -- splint
Complete thread -- yes, that is verifiable
Complete thread -- interphalangeal joint expansion ______ was replaced prior
Complete thread -- Following inset of the ________ skin graft
Complete thread -- This was thinned, defatted, *pie crusted* and transferred
Complete thread -- your whole answer was wrong
Complete thread -- It's almost always ab ductors since those are the muscles that
Complete thread -- Well, if it's clear, it makes sense (see link)
Complete thread -- I love it!
Complete thread -- how funny!
Complete thread -- another debut from my singing doc LOL!! :) such a nut he is
Complete thread -- neck exam. s/l birdwatcher's pose?
Complete thread -- hip ab or ad ductors.
Complete thread -- the name of the drug is "Benicar HCT" - a combo med that includes hydrochlorothiazide...
Complete thread -- hit wrong key HCTZ not HCTA
Complete thread -- forgot to mention Benicar & HCTA 2 dif drugs, same purpose, often more than one drug given
Complete thread -- I don't find (as yet) H&H hemoglobin and hematocrit as a pathology stain, ?share w/us
Complete thread -- (HCTZ) =hydrochlorothiazide -abbreviation (med)= hydrochlorothiazide (HCTZ)
Complete thread -- nevermind filum terminale
Complete thread -- MRI L spine- s/l fatty file and terminale
Complete thread -- flagged and sent
Complete thread -- eye - s/l captation (does not sound like crepitation) ?
Complete thread -- ptotic breasts
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a very pleasant lady with ____ smaller breasts, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- end plate screws.
Complete thread -- There was a 2 mm circumferential disc bulge, fissuring of the posterio ...
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Complete thread -- an "excess of 33 hundred thousand" is spoken but sm
Complete thread -- He states that he also has been taking medication for high blood press ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- that day hurting. (corrections: each flight he would stop... till he would get to the )
Complete thread -- He said that that apartment had no elevator and he needed to climb up ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with in excess of 300,000 miles
Complete thread -- The next day, he was on a different route in a different van. This va ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- used his dolly. BTW, are you sure it's "mood?" Mode seems more likely.
Complete thread -- He usually uses a ramp to go up and down; however, he loaded boxes in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He said he normally stops...
Complete thread -- He indicates that 1 day during the week of the injury, he was driving ...
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he started to say "they" but changed to "I am"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I clearly hear crusting.
Complete thread -- They are going to work through the state of Utah. I do not know if th ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav? Not sure either one makes sense.
Complete thread -- The M probably stands for tooth M so no need to repeat.
Complete thread -- There is a *cresting/crusting* on the wrist and a transverse incision ...
Complete thread -- Kristen Scopaz in Scarborough, Maine? Guessing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this is what I hear also - "and an ILF"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Actually s/l "and an ILF" so not sure which. Was going by Google but maybe they say it w/o
Complete thread -- need spelling suggestions for primary care Christian s/l so-pack in Maine. TIA
Complete thread -- MILF
Complete thread -- then ILF? (trying to verify)
Complete thread -- Tooth #M, formocresol pulpotomy, composite build-up and ____ composite ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- loop
Complete thread -- A formocresol pulpotomy was done on this tooth followed by a composite ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- delivering and passing up anteriorly??
Complete thread -- a passer with ______??
Complete thread -- celecoxib?
Complete thread -- s/l Cox-uh-leeb 100 mg 2 p.o. b.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- Then, using curved Kelly passed off the radial tuberosity with arm hel ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- torn lateral meniscus surgery for ____ ____ ____
Complete thread -- Flagged. Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- found nothing like this in this dictator samples.
Complete thread -- However, I found a previous post of yours with side-to-side repair so I wouldn't rule
Complete thread -- guy, this is the dictator as before when we talked about "arc of lateral meniscus"
Complete thread -- The patient had attention then paid to the torn lateral meniscus ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to all for trying. Could not post wav/nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- coapted makes more sense
Complete thread -- I hear something like collocated (side by side) but haven't heard it used in
Complete thread -- coapted fashion
Complete thread -- Two ArthroCare Q-Fix anchors were placed in the 2:30 and 3:30 position ...
Complete thread -- I think they are trying to provide help to the OP by asking you
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- very adequate? don't hear with
Complete thread -- A window of cartilage was removed from the quadrangular cartilage of t ...
Complete thread -- Thank you guys. I found it hard to hear also.
Complete thread -- is he saying "comma"?
Complete thread -- NM. campimetry
Complete thread -- sounds like there's another word after large, maybe c sound, but I sure can't get it.
Complete thread -- Examiner is not able to do confrontational s/l com-pea-nuh-tree. TIA!
Complete thread -- ? signal lead of trace
Complete thread -- Weber (Moberg) [two-point discrimination] ? nm
Complete thread -- think on it and provide help to the OP
Complete thread -- Please kindly let me know if this is correct>
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- what is a "lead" of liquid?
Complete thread -- No, only needs 2 commas. sm
Complete thread -- I would interpret as single lead (trace) of liquid getting through
Complete thread -- I think the questionable phrase is "single lead,"
Complete thread -- key in product, many sites give pro and con of purchased product, "helpful"
Complete thread -- Is this punctuation correct for sentence?
Complete thread -- Kinda ackward, but I'm not used to these studies but I think ok. Post wav?
Complete thread -- found some references to MB Wood and LK Ruby?
Complete thread -- Removed vf. Thanks
Complete thread -- Modified barium swallow showed "single (s/l) *lead* of trace penetration/sm
Complete thread -- Wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l Wood Ruby test
Complete thread -- Poor voice file quality. thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- eh... I'd probably still put it as dictated.
Complete thread -- An explosive bowel movement is one unit...liquid describes what kind.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use any commas: liquid explosive bowel movements.
Complete thread -- general ergo/exercise question (no blanks) sm plse
Complete thread -- His bowel movements are described as 1 or 2 urgent liquid, explosive bowel movements
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was wondering more about the orthosis/brace issue (redundant)
Complete thread -- although, since that isn't a "diagnosis" per se, it is acceptable to leave it as TLSO
Complete thread -- I'd use it, then.
Complete thread -- I'm using Stedman's Abbreviations
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- I see it as "thoracolumbar sacral orthosis" when googling TLSO brace
Complete thread -- googling your words (tuna hepatitis) - I see a few hits where hepatitis A was caused by
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear what you have typed.
Complete thread -- Actually, not expanding. It can mean either thoracolumbosacral or thoracolumbar spine.
Complete thread -- unsure if hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I am moving on. Thanks though
Complete thread -- workup for s/l tuna hepatitis
Complete thread -- I use this to search doctors...http://www.nynpi.com/
Complete thread -- I thought maybe...
Complete thread -- It's not the name.
Complete thread -- Just wondering since it is redundant...
Complete thread -- I didn't attempt to look without knowing city or state
Complete thread -- I didn't attempt to look without knowing city or state
Complete thread -- I thought of that too, but couldn't find anything similar with Pierre.
Complete thread -- "TLSO brace" in assessment. Okay to expand to thoracolumbosacral orthosis/brace?
Complete thread -- maybe it's the surgeon's name?
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I was hearing a "th" sound, but it is a "t" sound now.
Complete thread -- Keller Bunionectomy
Complete thread -- H&H is hemoglobin and hematocrit
Complete thread -- He's putting "naud" on the end of it. ...
Complete thread -- This doctor does not pronounce it normally.
Complete thread -- you can listen at this link for how that is pronounced -- if it helps
Complete thread -- SM for Medication...
Complete thread -- s/l sigh-meth-a-deen (see message)
Complete thread -- I will check this one too...
Complete thread -- ooh - good catch, lb - I didn't even see that
Complete thread -- ooh, good guess
Complete thread -- roentgenographically?
Complete thread -- military time does not have colons, delivered at 1447.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- radiographically determined ??
Complete thread -- see link for impairment rating 17.3 - might find your word
Complete thread -- and #2 sounds like "body" ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Impairment Rating...S/L a person's name?????
Complete thread -- #1 I hear "asynclitic" (not sure if it is "head with" or "head was" or what, tho)
Complete thread -- head with _______ from LOA position delivered at 14:47, ______ cord
Complete thread -- that's what I heard too, but maybe dictator errored, I don't find H&H
Complete thread -- thank you everyone so much!!!
Complete thread -- thank you so much! I can now hear this
Complete thread -- says he knows he has had arthritis in his knees.. but says "wrists or his elbows before"
Complete thread -- I figured out blank #2. Going to send with the blank #1
Complete thread -- "a gentian stain" is what I hear, but I don't much about stains.
Complete thread -- mayyyybe... it does sound kinda like that and it seems like it fits, but I'm no expert.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- "H&H at this time suggested" ??
Complete thread -- I'm finding "eosin" stains and "H&E" stains but it doesn't quite s/l either one to me
Complete thread -- anyone hear "E-cadherin stains"?
Complete thread -- any guesses? Anyone???
Complete thread -- suggested this was lobular but ____ stains suggested it is a ductal carcinoma
Complete thread -- giggle snort
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes, it is one one..see link where they describe some of the
Complete thread -- lol - that's my whole body lately! if it ain't one thing, its my mother!
Complete thread -- I hear perineorrhaphy.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am not sure I would have ever found that and I searched the same way!
Complete thread -- POSTERIOR COLPORRHAPHY, _____
Complete thread -- maybe means shoddy (poor quality) rather shoddy of both knees. nm
Complete thread -- me neither, but my knees are pretty shitty.
Complete thread -- Neither have I.
Complete thread -- I've never heard shotty knees before
Complete thread -- I googled "shotty knees" and it wants to give me the word "sh*tty" not shotty. LOL
Complete thread -- guessing it's shotty
Complete thread -- Thanks! The quotations must make the difference in searching. I got hits about Xbox. LOL
Complete thread -- I found your exact phrase by googling - only 5 hits but they look reliable.
Complete thread -- There is no s/l fix or drift. Patient has a normal shrug. TIA!
Complete thread -- see link - describes using a sharpened snap clamp
Complete thread -- It does not really work for me either, but this is how he dictates it.
Complete thread -- looks like "transient" (referable to the shooting pains?) but sentence doesn't really work
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Sorry. Yes, that was what I found.
Complete thread -- Keller bunionectomy
Complete thread -- P.S. should be Reflexes (not Reflex is).
Complete thread -- 1+ in the arms
Complete thread -- knee exam s/l shnotty
Complete thread -- Reflex is 1+ _____ absent legs.
Complete thread -- Try "cephalomedullary" - I didn't see what you found.
Complete thread -- Vas-Snap? A _____________ snap was used to make an opening in the median raphe
Complete thread -- Although I am double checking that spelling. :)
Complete thread -- Got it. Just kept changing my Google search terms and finally found
Complete thread -- ortho
Complete thread -- left radial forearm free flap cutaneous flap harvest (see message)
Complete thread -- I hear a mumble but maybe "withdrew the ports" ?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but I think 'rt' got it below. I can't really get it.
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- through DD ... (in my state there is a "DD waiver" where DD = developmental disabilities)
Complete thread -- mp3 reuploaded.
Complete thread -- I hear, Removal of two of the ports under direct vision?
Complete thread -- I'd say go for it, since post was answered and op said thanks
Complete thread -- can i repost mine now???
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- # 2 is something "ports" - can't quite get the verb, can you lb?
Complete thread -- #1 or biliary leak
Complete thread -- pls advise if you are done. TIA
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- evidence of bleeding _____. _____ under direct vision
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- wrong. cystic DUCT not artery
Complete thread -- cystic artery
Complete thread -- porta hepatis (I only got this cuz poi got it 2 days ago - same guy, I think)
Complete thread -- sorry did not see yours
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- The cystic ____ dissected free carefully
Complete thread -- The gallbladder was then elevated away ____ and electrocautery
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with regional
Complete thread -- lateral tibial plateau ______ chondromalacia grade
Complete thread -- ? oatmeal or grits or farina
Complete thread -- sounds like "Harris field" view.
Complete thread -- After proper drape and prep and repeat time-out procedure, guided fluo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Mother signed.
Complete thread -- FOOD INTAKE: Breakfast includes oatmeal, ___ or farina. ...
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in the preoperative holding area where she was re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- suggestive of impingement. Mushmouth, took me at least 15 tries
Complete thread -- Subacromial space: Subacromial bursitis with type 2 acromion and thic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- intrasubstance tears that were linear in nature and
Complete thread -- i m hearing
Complete thread -- There was not a complete retraction of the rotator cuff but these were ...
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Complete thread -- facet?
Complete thread -- ?facet?
Complete thread -- I agree with sm.7 that the reference could well be to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A ____ was drilled with 1 mm diamond bur for the head of the staples. ...
Complete thread -- slowly
Complete thread -- There was some granulation tissue in the mastoid air cells which was _ ...
Complete thread -- ?no thenar or hypothenar eminence atrophy. guess, cuz saw on google
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in good position
Complete thread -- The previously placed wire and piston prosthesis seemed to be intact a ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- discrimination score. Almost 11 p.m. and pitch dark here, too
Complete thread -- She developed moderate-to-severe mixed hearing loss with fairly large ...
Complete thread -- yeah. not literally, but it is dark. now it started raining.
Complete thread -- Good evening Guy. It is 7:15 p.m. and a sunny evening here in California.
Complete thread -- post wav.Believe femoral poke ok from what reading (femoral (hernia) poking through sm
Complete thread -- Good evening all.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help! ~ nm
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated "The tumor is HER2 and FISH positive." sm
Complete thread -- NMNP - Nurse Midwife Nurse Practitioner CNM- Certified Nurse Midwife
Complete thread -- agree V lance blade. If need documentation sm
Complete thread -- "The tumor is HER2 and FISH positive." Please see message.
Complete thread -- Found on my list in U.S. CNM= Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) sm
Complete thread -- FNP=family nurse practitioner (are you in U.S.) NMNP and CNM ?????
Complete thread -- what was it? (for archives and my curiosity)
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- no thenar, hypothenar or s/l trosius atrophy.
Complete thread -- Thanks - disregard my typo on blade
Complete thread -- V-lance blade?
Complete thread -- s/l Re-lance blader
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I would use the correct credentials
Complete thread -- would you type all these credentials when a physician refers to person in dictation?
Complete thread -- ?bulge
Complete thread -- I thought maybe that too (I mentioned within my post above that either way is acceptable)
Complete thread -- there was no description of investigation or repair. Thanks for trying, I highlighted.
Complete thread -- taco - below you had VQ, so mebbe they were saying it s/b V/Q ?
Complete thread -- No clue, and you might be right on the - instead of / ?
Complete thread -- Wonder if they did a "needle stick/poke" in that area?
Complete thread -- is this something that was seen on exam? heard? described by pt?
Complete thread -- maybe because in my answer I used a "-" and helper thinks it should be a "/"?
Complete thread -- femoral "poke"
Complete thread -- either way - 2 tests or 1 test with 2 parts - I still don't get what the helper was
Complete thread -- not arguing one way or the other, (I've always considered it "a" test) but see link,
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what you are suggesting. A VQ scan is one imaging study with two parts.
Complete thread -- or list like so, ventilation/perfusion scan (V/Q scan) 2 tests
Complete thread -- my people do that too - and it irks the pee out of me too!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I have seen some editors fill in blanks with "whatever" just so they can send a report in
Complete thread -- or even a semicolon for that matter. ;)
Complete thread -- should not be a semicolo after D-dimer result, however, ...
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- Oh jeepers......yes that is it. Thank you
Complete thread -- good job, Siete! Your research skills are impressive.
Complete thread -- VQ scan (ventilation-perfusion scan)
Complete thread -- Sorry that is supposed to be HISTORY: 1. C7, T1, T2 and T3 co ...
Complete thread -- s/l ve-ke-si-an
Complete thread -- California Beaches is in North Lake Tahoe, which abuts Nevada
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is saying thyroiditis?...see link
Complete thread -- yes! thank you
Complete thread -- en bloc?
Complete thread -- Got it. Atrially sensing. Thank you anyway!
Complete thread -- sm - stent removed after stone pass
Complete thread -- ESL doc. Help if you can? Thanks!
Complete thread -- ICD
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Exact phrase "hard paraspinal" googles okay too.
Complete thread -- I'm no EMG expert, but I can imagine that muscles could be described as "hard".
Complete thread -- no, those are my quotes and agree with other poster 100%.
Complete thread -- EMG nerve conduction study
Complete thread -- how about "the dissection proceeded in the tonsillar region at the level of..."?
Complete thread -- I hear "as dissection proceeded" then he stutters and says the tonsil was ____ SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- As the suction proceeded, ____ at the level of tonsillar capsule.
Complete thread -- with the patient in the Rose position??
Complete thread -- A Davis mouth gag was inserted ____. The palate was examined and noted
Complete thread -- I think the point is that the clinic is in Nevada, not California.
Complete thread -- I don't know if those quotes are from QA or from you, but maybe
Complete thread -- medial lip would be like a projection
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sent to QA for verification.
Complete thread -- looks ok to me
Complete thread -- Lots of beach area names, my guess is just not being specific sm
Complete thread -- I'd say your QA needs a course in medication. ?
Complete thread -- maybe Septra
Complete thread -- can someone tell me what "ceptor" is
Complete thread -- California beaches
Complete thread -- Having trouble deciphering this discharge summary (see message)
Complete thread -- I think "medial lips" works too
Complete thread -- renting is OK - it means tearing. I'm still thinking about the other one...
Complete thread -- couple of s/l ....please see inside
Complete thread -- *ancestry*
Complete thread -- grew up in...she is light-freckled, she is English, Scottish, and German in anscestry.
Complete thread -- The patient is ____ Santa Rosa. She played quite a bit of soccer as a ...
Complete thread -- A skin incision was made ranging from ____ lateral epicondyle distally ...
Complete thread -- The anterior cruciate ligament appeared normal and was really slack wh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- doesn't sound much likt "tented."
Complete thread -- one of these such bodies.
Complete thread -- He had some loose bodies which were evacuated with the shaver. Clinic ...
Complete thread -- Staples were used to reapproximate the skin. At this point, the carpa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correct
Complete thread -- could be tacky - sticky to the touch; adhesive
Complete thread -- this started with
Complete thread -- The pharynx has s/l tacky secretions
Complete thread -- Recently, he developed discomfort in the groin. He feels that ____ wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. You may be right, but I don't hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- 1. lot of sports. ice hockey (stumbles) and he is actually fairly
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient is a 43-year-old gentleman who plays ____. He presents wi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There are actually
Complete thread -- There is a 1 cm or so umbilical hernia which is soft and reducible. _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- nontreated (or not treated). I'd put between commas. Multiple myeloma is singular.
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Multiple myelomas since 2005, apparently being ...
Complete thread -- radioactive tracer?? radionuclide tracer?
Complete thread -- shunt scan showed no evidence of the s/l virginia claw tracer TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- likely a very difficult?
Complete thread -- The patient may be an actual candidate for TIF (transoral incisionless ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is going to persist unless the reflux is corrected
Complete thread -- Any kind of surgical intervention will be very difficult for this pati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but right in the center, a hiatal hernia appears.
Complete thread -- It appears to me like the *wrap* is partially intact ____ central hiat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he has been tolerating his diet?
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- bony anatomy
Complete thread -- Ty. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He is denying any nausea or vomiting. He has been ____ diary. His bo ...
Complete thread -- helped him feel
Complete thread -- Im hearing "epithelial"
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 53-year-old male with a nonhealing corneal ulcer in h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hand x-ray demonstrates diffuse swelling ..., and s/l for-am-ic-should is grossly TIA
Complete thread -- sorry, epithelium COVERING the lid margins
Complete thread -- epithelium along the lid margins was excised (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Maybe it's just me, but I am not hearing your wav
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- epithelium something...
Complete thread -- Then, 2% lidocaine was injected along the inferior superior lateral li ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 53-year-old male with a nonhealing corneal ulcer in h ...
Complete thread -- I think he is stumbling over runs a low blood pressure. Her blood presssure is 92/48
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had wondered.
Complete thread -- Gracias, taco!
Complete thread -- I hope not! :)
Complete thread -- A patient can have a clinical picture of chronic CHF without acute signs of active CHF
Complete thread -- ? she, um, learns of low blood pressure?
Complete thread -- Carvallo sign? A clinical sign found in patients with tricuspid regurgitation
Complete thread -- twice and has a history of bronchitis. She ______ low blood pressure.
Complete thread -- I don't know your s/l, but wondering about seeming
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses are present. Patient has some s/l chartle sign. TIA!
Complete thread -- good job 7! Does this mean you too are *old*-fashioned?? :)
Complete thread -- I expected 'equivocal' from the context - the way he said it was kinda hilarious tho'
Complete thread -- Well Done, Siete! I've been wondering about this one all afternoon...
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's it.
Complete thread -- somewhat spherical in nature
Complete thread -- finger mass excision
Complete thread -- yup, I might :)
Complete thread -- ahhh...ya might be right ?!
Complete thread -- I reposted; hope that worked.
Complete thread -- *blushes* at awesome. No... just good ears. :)
Complete thread -- one more try for the link
Complete thread -- aaaack...the link doesn't work.
Complete thread -- Gelfoam powder and lintines.
Complete thread -- bwahahaha
Complete thread -- gigglemybuttoff
Complete thread -- if she had, she couldn't post her *list* or the link to a blank page
Complete thread -- I would do that too.
Complete thread -- agree, it didnt sound anything like that.
Complete thread -- Yea, I still hear something like "lintane" ? I just can't get it.
Complete thread -- did you listen to wav? Didn't sound anything like "fibrin" to me (I was *trying* to hear
Complete thread -- maybe s/l is the end of fibrin (as in fibrin tissue adhesive)
Complete thread -- no need to be sorry! your wavs were getting posted over... it was just too mushy to get.
Complete thread -- didn't mean to make you feel bad...we just are not able to help. I appreciate
Complete thread -- I'm so grateful for all the ideas!! Thank you all so much but I think this will have to se
Complete thread -- so sorry, when I cheked the first time, the voice file wasn't mine
Complete thread -- I stay coflusi, not sure if it is age or what. *sigh*
Complete thread -- I tend to make things conflusi haha
Complete thread -- you mean "powder on" - not "power on"... I was getting all conflusi
Complete thread -- s/l "lintene" to me. Closest I can find is "avitene" but I'm still lookin...
Complete thread -- I seem to recall some surgical drape/sponge called tens?? Anybody know
Complete thread -- or... using some Gelfoam powder and "lin" something? S/l it starts with Lin ?
Complete thread -- and maintained?
Complete thread -- a laminectomy from L5 to S1 vertebrae for a tumour
Complete thread -- I think it is power ON _____, but I can't find anything that matches what I hear
Complete thread -- what kind of surgery is it?
Complete thread -- oh, I didn't think you were OP, dunno why I posted under you (& agree he deserves a blank)
Complete thread -- anyone have any ideas????
Complete thread -- I wasn't OP, but obviously all 3 of us have listened and not been able to help., hopefully
Complete thread -- I'm not ignoring you either - I listened about a half dozen times with no luck.
Complete thread -- and the second time...and now the third time posting. It doesn't get any clearer. haha
Complete thread -- Haemostasis achieved using some Gelfoam powder and ___and then microscope brought in
Complete thread -- I actually listened the first time you posted, and ... that is just horrible. I can't get
Complete thread -- supine position _____ in place. _____. After
Complete thread -- are?
Complete thread -- Thanks Anyway...
Complete thread -- as these do not have malignant potential and ____ found in the rectum.
Complete thread -- wow! You all are awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- yep, we are all listening at about the same time LOL
Complete thread -- haha - good answer, 7! (you too, lb)
Complete thread -- equivocal (stop)
Complete thread -- equivocal (stop).
Complete thread -- equivocal ____ (not sure if he has another word after that or says "stop"
Complete thread -- At the age of 73, advice for a further colonoscopy is a bit ____
Complete thread -- thanks poi, I'm going with 'payor' since it's a medical/insurance/legal matter.
Complete thread -- I only know of one context for the term, but here are the two sentences...
Complete thread -- sm-link
Complete thread -- need more clues, what is term connected to
Complete thread -- I kinda heard CPAP in there but the rest is mush
Complete thread -- yes reactive bone marrow stress. googles well and means sm
Complete thread -- is it "payor source" or "payer source"? (VR had 'payor' but spellcheck don't like it)
Complete thread -- supine position _____ in place. _____. After
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- sorry, then, i can't come up with diddly. ;)
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- wonder if just saying *cancers* as CAs
Complete thread -- high grade *C A S* of the bladder
Complete thread -- I agree with both of poi's answers and can't get #1 either.
Complete thread -- Not in a sentence...
Complete thread -- #2 porta hepatis #3 take the gallbladder?
Complete thread -- that was #1 blank
Complete thread -- cephalad. The infundibulum was grasped and ....
Complete thread -- also _____ transected. AND away from _____. Electrocautery was used to _____ off the
Complete thread -- can you give us the whole sentence this word is being used in?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think #2 is infundibulum... can't get #1
Complete thread -- The kosi might be cocci.
Complete thread -- cephalad with _____ grasped and retracted laterally. It dissected along the _____ an
Complete thread -- operating room and placed in supine position _____ in place. _____. After general e
Complete thread -- got the kosi part as cocci
Complete thread -- got part of it, lactobacillus alpha hemolytic gram-positive cocci
Complete thread -- she had a urine culture showing gram-positive s/l coryneform bacillus s/l kosi
Complete thread -- Looks like it could be marrow...see MT Sample link..tho it's a 1st for me.
Complete thread -- Drug ESL
Complete thread -- back and forth between the cannulas during the case ???..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- back and forth ... and that is ALL I can get. sorry. "cannula" is also in there somewhe
Complete thread -- ortho question - reactive _____ stress changes? sm
Complete thread -- That is what I did. I decided it had to be an instrument too. He did not dictate one and
Complete thread -- Arthroscope was switched back and _____ evaluation of tissue.
Complete thread -- _____ noted to have no cartilage defect.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- what happens next? (I'm guessing a 5-6 is some kind of instrument?)
Complete thread -- Thanks, moving on.
Complete thread -- How should 5 6 be formatted given the sentence?
Complete thread -- Got it...statistics show that above age 70, strict control...
Complete thread -- s/l stata-stick (ESL) see message
Complete thread -- the rotator
Complete thread -- changed to
Complete thread -- shoulder was distended with fluid. _____ interval was localized and anterolateral
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Findings are as follows. The patient had _____ scoring as ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- probation/parole officer.
Complete thread -- probation/parole officer
Complete thread -- She does have depression which is treated by medication and high blood ...



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