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Complete thread -- Do make sure & read the disclaimer, all personal info can go overseas
Complete thread -- Wikipedia does that now and then, and I've always thought it was legit.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much - that makes sense! Say, is that Wikipedia fundrais ...
Complete thread -- Thu Dec 24 18:08:13 2015 The abdomen was entered through a lon ...
Complete thread -- nah, it ended up being a good day productivity-wise... I must work better in the cold
Complete thread -- to work *in* I mean.
Complete thread -- Ha, glad it helped. Hope your TAT didn't suffer. I've never worn shoes to work either. If
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- "anterior axillary line" is what I usually hear (the axilla is the armpit)
Complete thread -- axoid
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is "interstitium" (see link...note 2nd google hit)
Complete thread -- interstitium
Complete thread -- There is some thickening of s/l in-tus-ish-ee-um. TIA!
Complete thread -- at least chatting with you between jobs seems to help the time pass...
Complete thread -- They usually kicked us out if we hung around too often, because of lack of office space.
Complete thread -- We might actually get a white Xmas in northern NM.
Complete thread -- I remember a few holidays like that in "my" (former) hospital, but I usually chose to work
Complete thread -- I'm just counting down the minutes (78 more) until I can go home...
Complete thread -- Yeah, until the "festivities" start.
Complete thread -- ha ha - you must be bored, vlad.
Complete thread -- Yeah, you can find plenty of weed in North Carolina.
Complete thread -- it wasn't really anything exciting - somebody's little one playing on the keyboard.
Complete thread -- I knew the "s word" but not that form of the word and how it related to DT, so I googled
Complete thread -- And I missed it!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- OK - I'm changing my answer to billybob's answer. It does sound more like pertinent.
Complete thread -- pertinent?
Complete thread -- important?
Complete thread -- since October here. The ______ problem was respiratory failure
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you!
Complete thread -- BirdBeak (suture) passer?
Complete thread -- hip arthroscopy and labral repair
Complete thread -- no family history of "lung or heart diseaase" ?
Complete thread -- She was recently seen in *** after being admitted through the emergenc ...
Complete thread -- She is carrying monochorionic-diamniotic twins. There is no family history of ____
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- area that looked very bad, it was a....spread the Tisseel out? 2. filled
Complete thread -- motion of the knee. We then turned our attention to the trochlea and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and it appeared to be stable, made sure it was stable through a range...
Complete thread -- good bed, placing some DeNovo cells with Tisseel in the medial femoral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- stop here, a lack of hyperextension, a stable knee.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tapered from lateral to medial
Complete thread -- This was perfectly between these 2 bones. The size of this graft on i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- hammock
Complete thread -- harvest bone graft. We used 1.4 mL of Infuse (BMP-2) graft periarticu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dorsally to plantarly.
Complete thread -- It was completely within the substance of the medial cuneiform and was ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you for that information.
Complete thread -- The right limb was exsanguinated and tourniquet was elevated to 325 mm ...
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- is there any NC joint?
Complete thread -- Do I have this right? See inside.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. the cover for 2. unload the foot
Complete thread -- Temporary fixation was applied prior to this and 3 points of fixation ...
Complete thread -- adaptive changes?...eroded
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Neurovascular structures were protected throughout the case with retra ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "or somewhere in that range" (not somewhat)
Complete thread -- fluff to t.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that she would have a
Complete thread -- that she have?
Complete thread -- Once the pocket dissection was complete, we irrigated both pockets wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. round?
Complete thread -- 1. score?
Complete thread -- We went ahead and performed the generous capsulotomy by releasing the ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I was thinking patch okay as that is often done with carotid endarterectomy (see link and
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- could be. thanks
Complete thread -- Just as you have it
Complete thread -- obese white or obese, white?
Complete thread -- Could she be saying "retro" to refer to retrognathia, then Neck: Within normal limits ?
Complete thread -- hmmm...I was hearing retro too. I like your suggestion of Neck:WNL
Complete thread -- s/l retro neck? Need to get a better feel for her accent, but...
Complete thread -- I wondered the same thing, Q...
Complete thread -- HEENT: _______. Within normal limits.
Complete thread -- R U sure it is not "hyperplasia in" (rather than and)?
Complete thread -- I wish I hadn't been so late, tho!
Complete thread -- oh, nice solve taco!
Complete thread -- btw, "arterectomized" doesn't get many hits, but "endarterectomized" googles well at 11K.
Complete thread -- arterectomized... at least I think that's how you'd spell it (sorry for the late answer)
Complete thread -- whew... thought it was something I was smoking... nudge, nudge, wink, wink
Complete thread -- whew... thought it was something I was smoking... nudge, nudge, wink, wink
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- nope...it went *poof*
Complete thread -- whoa, am I hallucinating or did a thread just disappear?
Complete thread -- sorry it wasn't of help. I couldn't find anything that sounded like
Complete thread -- must be isgal's little helper :)
Complete thread -- Could we have the sentence before and after, please?
Complete thread -- t;jadfklajdf;alkjfda;lkgja;lkgja;lkbjio43u523udadjf;daksljfa;dfkjad;klfjadlkfjadfjads
Complete thread -- Thanx. Very interesting link. Did not find right word but have sent ...
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- see if anything in this message fits
Complete thread -- vascular
Complete thread -- obi wan kenobi? May the force be
Complete thread -- LS here - a little bit gurgly ? NM
Complete thread -- quadritto
Complete thread -- yeah, I've been trying to just put my umbrella and not get into it.
Complete thread -- I would agree with you lb about trying to ignore, I just have a
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- me2
Complete thread -- I'm sorry but I have no idea!
Complete thread -- At least it's a somewhat entertaining diversion during this slow week in MTville.
Complete thread -- Right. She should have just left it alone. She was wrong. Just admit you're wrong (I've
Complete thread -- thank you all so much!
Complete thread -- good ear, T!
Complete thread -- aha! That makes sense, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- example of Darlene being......paranoid
Complete thread -- (she pronounces "iodine" like eye-oh-deen instead of eye-oh-dine)
Complete thread -- iodine-negative areas (googles well with acetowhite)
Complete thread -- I thought I might have heard that too, but cannot verify it unless she just means
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ___ (ID??) negative areas, and I
Complete thread -- I know I have heard this!
Complete thread -- There were no acetowhite changes, although some __ areas and I have taken random bi
Complete thread -- I'm waiting for BB to shut down the comments on this post as well.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Thank you so much MomMT and i k d a l m!!
Complete thread -- yep, she's saying capacitant. I'd change it to capacity but thats up to acct specs.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both. can you give a listen? I don't hear capacity
Complete thread -- high-capacity makes better sense - capacitant isn't a word...
Complete thread -- Cant find that word, found capacitance but definition doesnt fit. high capacity??
Complete thread -- yep, just found similar, and apparently it's done in the evening.
Complete thread -- found it here - Australian site
Complete thread -- *high-capacitant* sigmoid colon? is this okay?
Complete thread -- could it be "trigger"
Complete thread -- shucks, thanks all for trying!
Complete thread -- what does she mean that the follicle appears to be the *right size*?
Complete thread -- I thought it started with a P but ... like you, no idea here either.
Complete thread -- actually, I hear take *the trugitz* tonight - if that helps anyone.
Complete thread -- not a one. I thought of some type of fertility drug but not sure.
Complete thread -- If you insist, it sounds like "trugitz" to me - in other words, I have no idea.
Complete thread -- Any guesses??
Complete thread -- ha ha - you guys are really slowing down my productivity today with all these videos!
Complete thread -- follicle on each ovary that appears to be the right size, so I have asked her to take
Complete thread -- Love that video! LOL!
Complete thread -- Ohmy...
Complete thread -- It took me a while to figure out what he said at first...
Complete thread -- great video, bolshoe spasibo!
Complete thread -- Ha, I'm just now getting your use of that word (Hillary insults)! Did you see the new
Complete thread -- ahh!
Complete thread -- thank you isgal!! You saved my super long report! Yay!
Complete thread -- Love me some
Complete thread -- or dilator therapy - I think that's better
Complete thread -- dilation therapy?
Complete thread -- For sure. He'd understand that she's using sleigh/jingle bells as a ploy to cover up her
Complete thread -- if there is no significant improvement with the ___ before then.
Complete thread -- Oh geez... Glad you got it!!
Complete thread -- Google isn't my friend for this, can you post a snippet so we can listen?
Complete thread -- Got it!
Complete thread -- Psych Evaluation
Complete thread -- Maybe you can get Donald to ban her.
Complete thread -- I hear Siberia is nice this time of year, Vlad.
Complete thread -- I'm going to see if I can get her sent away to the salt mines for an extended holiday if
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- say no more, say no more.
Complete thread -- I'd go with how you have it 4-1/2 to 5. (?)
Complete thread -- He tends to mush mouth through the reports he reads. Thanks.
Complete thread -- PA dictates Risser 4-1/2 to 5. Fractions or decimals? TIA
Complete thread -- never mind, found it. going to read it before it falls off the page
Complete thread -- Why can't I find this thread? I always miss out on all the fun. :(
Complete thread -- I'ma nudge this one a bit since I heard it, and it was right. why does someone have to
Complete thread -- Hey, it comes in pretty handy to have all these political figures/presidents, etc., as
Complete thread -- ah, you beat me to it. But thanks for posting - I learned a new word.
Complete thread -- he's not saying choledochocele? (your word looks like an adjective but a noun fits better)
Complete thread -- just came to me - choledochocele... Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Surprised the short-speak/dictator style argument wasn't used. That's the route that
Complete thread -- Nice try, vlad, but I doubt your civility will nudge her nodular jingle bells.
Complete thread -- s/l choledocholithial
Complete thread -- If you're going to rehash it all, why not post the entire thread, including the part where
Complete thread -- Setting the record straight. It is way past time to stop this stuff.
Complete thread -- just saw the post below. wink, wink, nudge, nudge.
Complete thread -- Thank you - blanked it - :)
Complete thread -- I guess further posting on that thread has been shut down...
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- The risks, complications, benefits, and alternatives of the surgery in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cut and removed
Complete thread -- Then, vitrectomy handpiece was used to clean the vitreous tags but app ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- states vision still very poor. Patient
Complete thread -- The patient underwent cataract surgery in her right eye approximately ...
Complete thread -- That's what I'd call a really way-out wild, wild, wild arse guess. lol
Complete thread -- but it was good for a laugh :)
Complete thread -- Never mind. My mistake. Was able to post under the OP's query.
Complete thread -- certainly makes more sense than "nudge" being used as an adjective.
Complete thread -- Maybe "a known history." (for archives)
Complete thread -- Pertaining to the schizophrenia post below, it might be "a known history." I wanted
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- thanks billybob
Complete thread -- Brushings were taken of the esophagus to rule out Barrett’s esophagus ...
Complete thread -- could be BUN.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- revealing both
Complete thread -- Biopsies were taken <____> second and third portions of duoden ...
Complete thread -- In this patient whose _______ was 7, this could partly be related to anemia
Complete thread -- To OP: I wouldn't put BOTH deep tendon reflexes and DTRs.
Complete thread -- tritto
Complete thread -- Good one! So maybe he decided to change it to DTRs?
Complete thread -- I agree...you are right, right, right :)
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would use a comma after present
Complete thread -- If present treat with topical steroids. If negative and still symptomatic,
Complete thread -- No, it wasn't. You saw the post BEFORE the OP placed the wav. That's where you got the
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: Nonspecific inflammatory changes. Rule out eo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he is numbering findings
Complete thread -- number 2
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: Status post biopsy of 2 polyps, likely adenoma ...
Complete thread -- deep tendon reflexes.
Complete thread -- s/l dip and undrufects
Complete thread -- s/l
Complete thread -- Ohh, bet it IS "nudge" 20 to 30 genes that nudge toward developing schizophrenia
Complete thread -- NM. Lonsurf.
Complete thread -- Patient has metastatic colon carcinoma and will be started on s/l nun-surf in January
Complete thread -- example of Darlene and personal attack
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- You need to get a grip taco.☂ - ☂ You target each of my posts. Jealousy!!!
Complete thread -- I have a feeling you are correct. That is my thinking.
Complete thread -- ☂ (garbage post)
Complete thread -- wow. I'm no expert (and I tend to be slutty with my commas) but I *think* it is correct
Complete thread -- Yes, it was, "get it" "get it" You didn't even"hear" wav as usual.
Complete thread -- Ohh, bet it IS "nudge" 20 to 30 genes that nudge toward developing schizophrenia
Complete thread -- Excuse you. s/l means *sounds like* - what OP *heard* was not what was actually dictated.
Complete thread -- Is this sentence correct without commas?
Complete thread -- Need to move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would use the semicolon, but I don't have time to research.
Complete thread -- Patient has a s/l nudge history of schizophrenia. TIA!
Complete thread -- !!! and I flagged a stutter I bet.
Complete thread -- thank you, taco!
Complete thread -- striae
Complete thread -- adipose tissue with skin laxity ______, and rectus diastasis.
Complete thread -- Thank you both. I don't hear that much at all.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Just figured it out. But thanks so much!
Complete thread -- two options, or two options;
Complete thread -- Not sure, are you OP giving the answer? EUA is exam under anesthesia (commonly heard)
Complete thread -- 3-0 D (deep dermal suture) May clipped the D sound=deep
Complete thread -- It s/l EUAO or EUAL. EUA would be examination under anesthesia.
Complete thread -- Clipped off first part of drug, slurred. I looked under my drug list for
Complete thread -- excuse me, reading OP post below, OP heard transverse nodular release + j d g p c
Complete thread -- Mastopexy. Sounds like 3-0 dee dermal suture.
Complete thread -- Retained hardware in elbow. Thanks
Complete thread -- S/l "xopia" medication for asthma. Does not say Xopenex. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- I hear the 'tub' part, and sitz bath would make sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- stutter? proceeded with the sounds
Complete thread -- could be sitz bath (power of suggestion though) makes sense
Complete thread -- The surgery was excision of a Bartholin cyst. Forgot to mention.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think it is 500 mg #20 two po bid. Could blank be tub sitzbath at home?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ? 500 mg two po bid (do not know the blank)
Complete thread -- and Keflex 500 mg #22 p.o. b.i.d. _______ at home.
Complete thread -- have urology experience, but never heard of s/l "S" or "ess" sounds, sm plse
Complete thread -- never mind - short note, went with tetra pack.
Complete thread -- tetra pack (for diabetes) -- Is this a generic term? sm for context
Complete thread -- nurse's aide.
Complete thread -- Not stupid, been there many a time! LOL!
Complete thread -- laxity?
Complete thread -- knee x-rays genu varum s/l with velocity
Complete thread -- oh my goodness - so stupid - I heard ON and could not hear anything else after that
Complete thread -- placed AN 8 x 23 mm screw?
Complete thread -- femoral tunnel and then placed *on* 8 x 23 mm screw Arthrex
Complete thread -- nevermind-saying interval change
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- had scarred
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- MRI knee
Complete thread -- portion of the ACL ______ partially back to the PCL
Complete thread -- thank you very
Complete thread -- there was a wav earlier and it was something "I" (like "eye")
Complete thread -- wait... She understood and agreed to proceed.
Complete thread -- #2 Wise pattern marking (or maybe it'd be Wise-pattern?)
Complete thread -- Wise pattern marking was placed...
Complete thread -- She consented and agreed to proceed.
Complete thread -- loss of sensation of viability of the nipple-area complex
Complete thread -- Not the grammatically correct word choice, but I'd use it if dictated clearly.
Complete thread -- loss of sensation of the nipple-areolar omplex is the first one. talking about boob, not
Complete thread -- ligament laxity?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- are ya sure he's not saying P1? usually gravida, para,
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match post
Complete thread -- That's how it is in the original audio.
Complete thread -- s/l remnant
Complete thread -- There is a right and left maxillary ostium, correct? One on each side?
Complete thread -- what would G0 VI mean regarding pregnancy?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- loss of sensation with over the iliotibial _____ -A _____ and marking was placed --
Complete thread -- crappy sound file. not sure anyone would have gotten that one.
Complete thread -- I usually put nurses' since she is helping more than 1 nurse. but, Q is the expert on
Complete thread -- There is a TL stapler, but I can't find "millard"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- closure, 30 mm 70 *millard T L stapling* of the transverse colotomy
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- I hear "dilute _______ under the vaginal mucosa"
Complete thread -- Actually it is pitressin
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "__of the eye" but then the wav was posted over
Complete thread -- and then dilute _______ on to the vaginal mucosa
Complete thread -- Pulses are 2+ and equal bilaterally _________.
Complete thread -- PROBLEM LIST 1. G0 __
Complete thread -- concomitant ?
Complete thread -- Awesome, thank you all so much! This doc is so bad today.
Complete thread -- She is a retired homemaker and (nurses', nurses, nurse's) aide.
Complete thread -- Yes - I can't say 100% for sure that's it, but I can hear Xcel.
Complete thread -- MRI of knee s/l incomminate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- anyone hear Xcel, like Xcel trochars?
Complete thread -- sorta cuts out right before the direct entry where you split the sound file.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying lb!
Complete thread -- I could buy 'IDC' - it does sound like that. 2nd one starts maybe with "ex"? external?
Complete thread -- Could the 1st be IDC (indwelling catheter) She's usually tough for me, but today is bad...
Complete thread -- Two blanks, need help
Complete thread -- no doubt. thanks for
Complete thread -- Good job! I refreshed 3 times (9 listens) and couldnt get this to save my life.
Complete thread -- It might be the nm "helper" and all those jingle bells she's been hearing have
Complete thread -- wow taco, you are so awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- and still got it wrong
Complete thread -- Filshie clip (for both blanks)
Complete thread -- Normal tubes and ovaries. ___ seen, right ____ absent.
Complete thread -- makes one wonder why nm felt the need to listen so many times
Complete thread -- I heard it and vlad was right. I heard the same thing.
Complete thread -- I didn't hear the wav, but I'm going to agree with vlad's answer anyway.
Complete thread -- Are you the OP? Where are you finding documentation for this? In your context,
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- UV is right- uterovesical pouch
Complete thread -- UV pouch? (vesico-uterine pouch) VU?
Complete thread -- endometriosis. Left ___ pouch, left pouch of Douglas, left pelvic side wall, right
Complete thread -- After many listens, I heard, "separation transverse nodular release"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Looks like ZzzQuil.
Complete thread -- transversus abdominis release?
Complete thread -- correction: Possibly "transversus abdominis."
Complete thread -- sleep aid s/l Z-Quill
Complete thread -- Listen for "transverse abdominus release."
Complete thread -- component separation _______ release, retrorectus
Complete thread -- s/l transverse nodular release
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- recurrent is what i hear
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- you b
Complete thread -- I bet that's it "arm"
Complete thread -- I keep getting old prior MP3 sorry, but no cap on bovine (cow tissue)
Complete thread -- with the arm in the abducted, externally rotated position
Complete thread -- With the arm in the
Complete thread -- old mp3 is still there
Complete thread -- Pure guess, I think I hear OMNI in there and all I find is a OMNI *** sm
Complete thread -- Thank
Complete thread -- underwent a laparoscopic ______ incisional hernia
Complete thread -- Vortex trademarks of Smith & Nephew.(ortho company)
Complete thread -- Our posts passed each other, I did hear an"S" in there so "simple must be its
Complete thread -- oh wait, I re-read, not sure, is this the clue or "answer" because I sure
Complete thread -- I did proceed with use of the #5.0 *Vortex reamer* bur to perform acromioplasty
Complete thread -- Never mind, it's simple continuous infusion.
Complete thread -- mild restriction ______ abductus externally rotated position
Complete thread -- Huh? I didn't get it. I'm giving you more context.
Complete thread -- great, glad you got it and shared too
Complete thread -- It's a baclofen pump refill and dose change.
Complete thread -- Need more text clues to make connection and longer MP3
Complete thread -- She is getting a 5% increase in her _____ continuous infusion.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- depending on
Complete thread -- She cannot stand straight. She has successful trial. We put spinal c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Post-laminectomy syndrome, lumbar spine.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic pain syndrome. 2. Postlaminecto ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The graft was then fashioned to a desired size and shape and placed in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and then WAS started on therapy
Complete thread -- immobilized
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a 79-year-old female who fell and sustained a ri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- according to her, really her main issue is more the
Complete thread -- After we had done this, we took the arm out of the arthroscopic boom a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- history of
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: Briefly, the patient is a 56-year-old fema ...
Complete thread -- It works best to include the title of OP note. Share if QA determines
Complete thread -- ummm... I'm gonna guess this was supposed to go under ms jingle smell's post above?
Complete thread -- usually I get "fill in the blank" templates that leave variables to individual reports...
Complete thread -- We have homeless here in the good old US of A. What about
Complete thread -- McD's is looking for burger flippers
Complete thread -- Sleigh bells, jingle bells, snow falling, Rudolph coming, are you on
Complete thread -- those were going to be my exact words except last 4 but since
Complete thread -- Take it somewhere else... this has nothing to do with the Word Board.
Complete thread -- Sleigh bells, jingle bells, snow falling, Rudolph coming, are you on
Complete thread -- don't be so modest, lb... this one was a dang good solve, imo.
Complete thread -- oh pshaw... not awesome, but thanks. Just tryin to help out a fellow MT
Complete thread -- OP wasn't asking how to proceed, just whether it was possible that numbers were the same.
Complete thread -- #1 I hear heart rate slightly____fades here. #2 __?__regular
Complete thread -- Yes, I have done so. I just wanted to know if it sounded suspicious.
Complete thread -- This is definititey a "first thought question" to employer/QA & and as I thought, too,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, T!
Complete thread -- no, it's not possible for the numbers to be the same for everyone.
Complete thread -- For those experienced with a hip arthroplasty. Please see question.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- slightly low at 50? can't get the 2nd one. something bilaterally???
Complete thread -- I wondered that too. Flagged and sent in. Thanks!
Complete thread -- LI = left eye?
Complete thread -- His heart rate is ________. Chest Exam: Rhonchi _______. Abdomen soft,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you are awesome b k l o l I! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Legally blind since birth - macular degeneration. S/L L I point 7
Complete thread -- with a copy to you
Complete thread -- Today I took a Pap smear ___ and the Mirena insertion was uneventful
Complete thread -- :) Thank you. So easy yet I could not come up with it. Ugh.
Complete thread -- Flexor tendon repair is my guess.
Complete thread -- ____ related to a liver mass that he (sorry, this dude is TOUGH)
Complete thread -- Need help expanding an abbreviation please.
Complete thread -- nothing (says no thing)
Complete thread -- He has been ________ liver mass _______.
Complete thread -- who felt that no _______ should be given
Complete thread -- thanks, no longer confused.
Complete thread -- It's your problem if you think "He underwent pulmonary vein isolation done" is a proper
Complete thread -- evaluation reveals (evaluation is the subject of the sentence)
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the knees reveal .....or Evaluation of the knees reveals
Complete thread -- That's "your problem" I would think. This the way, this dictator, speaks
Complete thread -- We could think on and analyze the paragraph from now until the cows come home and still
Complete thread -- synechiae were noted...posteriorly, however (were) well visible through the
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- At this point, the pledgets were removed and a reverse 30-degree endos ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- changing "south" to "lower"?
Complete thread -- After appropriate consent was assured to be obtained, the patient was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Oh, also, I think I hear "Tonsils are always swollen" (not were)
Complete thread -- I think I hear
Complete thread -- This is a 13-year-old male with recurrent tonsil infections, sore thro ...
Complete thread -- strange. flagged. Thanks for hearing.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear the old wav
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- with respect to the ACL.
Complete thread -- The patient was sedated and a marking pen was used to demarcate the in ...
Complete thread -- The gutters and pouch did have small chondral loose bodies suggesting ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Google shows Smith and Nephew SpeedScrew anchors.
Complete thread -- i checked this site before posting here. didn't find my anesthesiologist.
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS: Smith & Nephew <____> anchors x2. ...
Complete thread -- loose floppy wrap performed over a 12-French s/l**ro-plobal** tube.
Complete thread -- Thanx for the compliment.It helps to salve my ego those times when I swing and miss. ;)
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- Think! Analyze. Dictator style. That was the term meant, but was left out.
Complete thread -- dyslexia?
Complete thread -- the wrong answer (couldn't even get a joke right!)
Complete thread -- you should have asked me... I could have given the wrong too!
Complete thread -- haha - that's why I didn't answer! I knew I'd get it wrong.
Complete thread -- Eh, I should have deferred to Q's expertise... :)
Complete thread -- Yes...compound modifier of noun + participle use hyphen either side of the noun that
Complete thread -- if he said apex-forming left ventricle, then hyphenate. but not in this case..
Complete thread -- The left ventricle is apex forming/apex-forming.
Complete thread -- woot!
Complete thread -- The batmobile lost a wheel, and the joker got away...
Complete thread -- Batman smells. Robin laid an egg.
Complete thread -- ☂ another garbage post/link - you have "no idea what" yet you posted anyway.
Complete thread -- ☂ (garbage post)
Complete thread -- *done* is a short-speak for catheter ablation? huh?
Complete thread -- Agree (period after isolation or change underwent to had and leave done, imho).
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure that QRST is another way of saying Q-T (interval). Since QTc (corrected)
Complete thread -- Jingle Jingle Bells, Yo, soar with the eagles, this holiday season
Complete thread -- I just brought this up because I didn't think the question was what
Complete thread -- QSRT google well too (link)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- I think the information in your search shows code name for Tennessee (TN)
Complete thread -- weird, that was a cut/paste from bottom of this page...still didn't do the beta sign
Complete thread -- Normal QRS width is 70-100 ms (assuming width on EKG with be same as duration)
Complete thread -- â
Complete thread -- QRSd googles well QRSd is the duration of the QRS interval
Complete thread -- wait...could be QRS duration
Complete thread -- reviewing this might help (link). QSRT
Complete thread -- I guess Flovent TN is some code name, no idea what tho sm & link
Complete thread -- Sinus tachycardia, rate 110, PR 134, s/l QRST or QRSd 80, QTc 449, and QRS 71. TIA!
Complete thread -- slash might make it clearer 3/3
Complete thread -- I just noticed that that cut/paste strangely..the a- should be the beta sign â
Complete thread -- that's it! Thank you very very much.
Complete thread -- Propranolol is a nonselective â-adrenergic blocker (maybe? can't find anything
Complete thread -- s/l anti-hydro-neugic role of the propranolol (see message). Thank you.
Complete thread -- here is another link, page 2 will show how setting are seen on machine.
Complete thread -- Q answered that below (yesterday post) Didn't like that answer?
Complete thread -- answered above
Complete thread -- Likely giving left and right in case you were wondering
Complete thread -- Coblator set at *seven five* utilized to vaporize adenoid tissue circumferentially."
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses: Radial 3, 3; femoral 3, 3;
Complete thread -- radial 3,3; femoral 3,3; popliteal 3,3; etc.?
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses radial 3 3, femoral 3 3, popliteal 3 3, posterior tibial 2 2???
Complete thread -- HELP
Complete thread -- thanks for listening pie and lb
Complete thread -- ditto, "tn," whatever that is.
Complete thread -- I was hearing TN (guessing *tea and*)
Complete thread -- I thought she might be saying tea, but pretty weird to put it between 2 medications
Complete thread -- Flovent T and.... but what the heck is T?
Complete thread -- The patient does have Flovent _____ ProAir to use as needed if he becomes sick.
Complete thread -- This dictator short-speqks using term"DONE" in place of catheter ablation
Complete thread -- physeal fractures - epiphyseal fracture. & periphyseal fracture
Complete thread -- list of anesthesiologist list for next time (MD & nurse anesthesitist
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. penicillin derivative
Complete thread -- sounds like "driven in"
Complete thread -- 2
Complete thread -- I couldn't. Two or three?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN: The patient will be weightbearing as tolerated wi ...
Complete thread -- thank yoU!
Complete thread -- gutters
Complete thread -- medial and lateral gutter ...syndesmosis
Complete thread -- anyone hear endosmosis?
Complete thread -- medial lateral gutters and also along the anterior and posterior part of the ___.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- no idea, sending with a blank. thanks for listening. :)
Complete thread -- maybe synovitis in there??
Complete thread -- papillary?
Complete thread -- no pneumothorax noted. Mild diffuse ____ noted. No CT evidence of pa ...
Complete thread -- Patient underwent TURP for low-grade s/l puh-peen-luh-ree urothelial carcinoma. TIA!
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIOLOGIST: <____> Beaumont, CA ...
Complete thread -- In the find box put ....coag 5...
Complete thread -- he may meaning settings of coblate 7, coag 5 ...in which case I would do it "a 7,5" but
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- think onto s/b one word (preposition) (see link)
Complete thread -- fan
Complete thread -- INDICATION FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 27-year-old female sustaining a r ...
Complete thread -- eeek...sorry billybob
Complete thread -- that's cute - billy"boy"
Complete thread -- Coblater *a 75* was utlized to vaporize the adenoid tissue.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I also dressed the pump incision the say way and I transferred him fro ...
Complete thread -- NM. Locked-in state
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- billyboy is correct with *begin*, not me
Complete thread -- take her out and evaluate range of motion at that time. I am also giving her
Complete thread -- take her out, and begin....I have also given her?
Complete thread -- to help out with the sensitivity...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: I will keep her volar slab splint for 2 w ...
Complete thread -- Patient has had 2 episodes of s/l logged in state. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I changed the tense for consistency on "washed" (did open and wash)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had a moderate abrasion on the ulnar side / more of an abrasion
Complete thread -- #1 abrasion on the ulnar
Complete thread -- abrasion to both
Complete thread -- We tested for scapholunate instability which there was none both radio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- motion. Once we had done this, we then found the ulnar styloid was
Complete thread -- We were able to reduce this very nearly anatomically and very stable t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- went metaphyseal (ly) -not sure how to write that
Complete thread -- We then provisionally placed the plate in the sliding hole screws, fou ...
Complete thread -- answered. pls disregard.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient did have some mild carpal tunnel symptoms prior to the sur ...
Complete thread -- he said "did not have" and corrected to "had"
Complete thread -- the first blank is before the wav file
Complete thread -- 2. periodically throughout the
Complete thread -- The patient did have some mild carpal tunnel symptoms prior to the sur ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- showed the fracture?
Complete thread -- We made a standard linear incision with anterior approach to the wrist ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ulnar styloid
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Severely comminuted displaced distal radius a ...
Complete thread -- Yes, flat kidney stone. I did and did not get flat stone. But thank you! I went with flat.
Complete thread -- "flat" works - are we talking about a flat kidney stone? If so, google: flat kidney stone
Complete thread -- A 3 mm "flat" stone or "flap" stone was removed. Sounds like it could be both! Can't
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but that second sentence doesn't work -- "He underwent... done."
Complete thread -- yes - they made an ablation lesion on the roof of the left atrium
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- seems to google okay....see google hits which include supportive PubMed articles
Complete thread -- pretty clear - He had a connecting lesion at the roof done.
Complete thread -- thanks, just not sure, better flag
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I would type periphyseal - seems clear to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- circumscribed?
Complete thread -- unless maybe you hyphenate it? no clue. sorry
Complete thread -- ESL doc questioning word "circumcised" in this vaginal hysterectomy
Complete thread -- I can find epiphyseal but not your word?
Complete thread -- He dictates it as "pear-ee-fie-see-ill"
Complete thread -- Yeah, I probably would too, I was just giving another option since OP didn't like it.
Complete thread -- Left distal radius 'periphyseal' fracture. Thoughts?
Complete thread -- This was an interesting question so I did some further
Complete thread -- I'd actually just leave that as dictated.
Complete thread -- yes, it's brick mantle
Complete thread -- thanks! that's it
Complete thread -- (if you *have* any editing freedom...)
Complete thread -- If you any editing freedom, you could change to "an audible 2/6 ... noted."
Complete thread -- ratcheting?
Complete thread -- There is a 2/6 systolic murmur noted audible. - doesn't sound right, shouold I put a
Complete thread -- Shoulder exam: No ______ [resting?] or crepitus. (sm)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- or brick mantel?
Complete thread -- rock mantle? (like a fireplace mantle made of rock?)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "lesion sets" (google: ablation "lesion sets" for more info on what it means)
Complete thread -- s/l rec mantel
Complete thread -- recurrence from the *lesions sets* delivered.
Complete thread -- THanks. THought I heart heart type also.
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- I would think so, meaning thinning of the graft fibers.
Complete thread -- MRI knee s/l thinning - make sense?
Complete thread -- yep, they usually say spot urine - late, but I think you were right
Complete thread -- s/l heart type is what I hear?
Complete thread -- heart type (?) or hard type (?) (wait for a second opinion)
Complete thread -- a typical site for normal ______ of ventricular beats
Complete thread -- Good one, &&. I think you answered the question densely.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- os acromiale
Complete thread -- shoulder MRI s/l asa cro mee aly
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...skin, then serosa, then full-thickness mucosa, everted the mucosa in...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- through the skin and _____ full-thickness mucosa _____ Brooke fashion
Complete thread -- stat (?) or spot (?) test for urine test (but there may be something before that too)
Complete thread -- standard
Complete thread -- suggested a *liver* mass ... question *of* whether
Complete thread -- knee injection
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- she has dysuria and __________ urine test was done
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say sertraline but adding a syllable - 'sertralAZine'
Complete thread -- Flexeril, Keppra, Cozaar, __________, Restoril, Ultram, Desyrel, B12, and Aranesp.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- No need for a sound file. The word is spelled "skived" - as I said below.
Complete thread -- "edges were *skieved". Can you post a wav or MP3, or flag
Complete thread -- makes sense, leave it. "viable tissue was*densely* noted."
Complete thread -- "densely" noted is not very good grammar, but if you hear it clearly...
Complete thread -- skived (skive - to cut thin layers off)
Complete thread -- edges were *skieved* and viable tissue was *densely* noted
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The posterior cutting guide was applied <____>. The knee was ...
Complete thread -- Flexion gap was lysed 7 mm and we subsequently prepared the size for s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he is saying *down the arm*
Complete thread -- the machine was then set to
Complete thread -- Once the NeuroTherm denervation catheters were in the correct position ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- denervation?
Complete thread -- Using fluoroscopy, I placed a 10 cm NeuroTherm <____> catheter ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- posterior facet has not been
Complete thread -- Multiple AP and lateral views reveal sequential intraoperative images ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- this was AN approximately 5 cm incision...or approximately A 5 cm incision
Complete thread -- nothing there... he stuttered around
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- This was approximately 5-cm incision. This was deepened to the level ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- something else is weird about the last part of your post (not on wav)
Complete thread -- positioned by Anesthesia (not *the)...unless he said anesthesiologist
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- (all is corrected/deleted) and her feet were allowed to
Complete thread -- The patient was placed on the operating room table in a prone position ...
Complete thread -- short speak for metatarsus adductus
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- met adductus
Complete thread -- AP and lateral views revealed sequential reduction of the first metata ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- until after the
Complete thread -- A mid thigh tourniquet was applied over several layers of cast padding ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- medial
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Hallux valgus, right foot. 2. Contracte ...
Complete thread -- doubtful if stable or sedated. Thanks.
Complete thread -- If you insist. He speaks too fast for me to say differently.
Complete thread -- i m hearing "Once the patient was adequately sedated, blocks were ...
Complete thread -- On this date, this patient was deemed an appropriate candidate for sur ...
Complete thread -- oh gawd no. she said over 30 yrs' experience up until lately
Complete thread -- That's it. Thank you. The final time dictated, it actually sounded like that!
Complete thread -- nonfluent?going by
Complete thread -- The patient has s/l non-phone aphasia. TIA!
Complete thread -- I agree 100% with vlad
Complete thread -- -type device (yes), type of device (no)
Complete thread -- Honestly I wouldn't hyphenate at all because "of" is in there, but I'm not a
Complete thread -- type of device or type-of-device?
Complete thread -- ah-thanks a bunch
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cites (to mention something as an example, explanation, or proof of something else)
Complete thread -- no increased deep tendon reflexes and no ___ signs.
Complete thread -- s/l sites (?)
Complete thread -- Can you hear duodenal in any of that? I see a duodenal bend biliary stent.
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- I think poster meant 6th (6 of 75).
Complete thread -- 3 out of 5, I guess 60%, still below average though. :(
Complete thread -- that brings your batting avg up even more!
Complete thread -- through-the-scope
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Look up "genu of the pancreas."
Complete thread -- Boston Scientific stent *dough plimatism* was advanced over the
Complete thread -- I'm going to assume this was right and my batting average goes up to 50%. Hooray for me!
Complete thread -- using an 8, 9 and 10-mm CRE *dude oh scope* dilator.
Complete thread -- duct in the region of the head, *jen U* and proximal body
Complete thread -- Farming IS fun! We used to even raise sheep. Those were the days.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I like this better.
Complete thread -- electric replacement indicator?
Complete thread -- elective replacement?
Complete thread -- That's weird because we had the same situation (doing the various hospitals and clinics in
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't see it on the 5th slide though.
Complete thread -- having reached ______ indicator. She was originally
Complete thread -- Go to 5th slide.
Complete thread -- Looks good to me (see link)
Complete thread -- we've already gone to VR...
Complete thread -- On 2nd thought, I think it should be moderate A1, PCA, M1, and A2 spasm.
Complete thread -- Do I have commas correct here? sm
Complete thread -- ability to mount an?
Complete thread -- P.S. You're really lucky if your hospital has no plans to outsource, but you should
Complete thread -- suppress her _______ and effective response
Complete thread -- We had someone on the premises qualified to do the training. Unfortunately this hospital
Complete thread -- Makes sense, and they do get paid better than MTs.
Complete thread -- I almost went for free coding training a few years back also...
Complete thread -- I thought D was at least 90, since I think she's said before she had 70 years experience.
Complete thread -- You should've stayed with coding. I was offered free training with certification prep at
Complete thread -- right. I was guessing the age myself and came up with at least 70.
Complete thread -- Darlene, does that make you, what, at least 70 years old? I always had the impression you
Complete thread -- you change the meaning if you make it a new sentence.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack
Complete thread -- LOL You exude such love on each of my posts; other WB will see it too
Complete thread -- at least 3
Complete thread -- incisional hernia _______ separate defects were
Complete thread -- Your posts are garbage and you have no idea what I do, so why don't you stfu?
Complete thread -- I object! (seriously, tho', I think its OK, but I wouldn't put a comma after 'radial')
Complete thread -- LOL maybe if you had MTd x-rays B4 you'd understand
Complete thread -- opps Hit entered too soon, in case the usual poster wants to object
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I didn't miss it. I screwed up the answer, though. I only got 1 out of the
Complete thread -- Does to me sm
Complete thread -- I have no idea what you are trying to say, but don't bother to explain.
Complete thread -- No, didn't speak too soon, I thought you just missed the question asked
Complete thread -- #1 up (onto the side?) #2 tied to one another, thus closing
Complete thread -- We agree to disagree. No need to repeat what was dictated 4 words prior
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- fascia _______of the mesh AND sutures were tied _______ closing the fascial defect
Complete thread -- except that is part of what the x-ray showed - that the radius is healed.
Complete thread -- and stuck to the hernia sac (?)
Complete thread -- I bet you're right, with 6 x 11 mm being understood as axial dimension. I spoke too soon.
Complete thread -- omentum that was incarcerated _____. The hernia sac was transected
Complete thread -- Your quest. For me, I'd go with 1st line as you have it "6 x 11 mm and 15 mm"
Complete thread -- might consider new sentence "left distal radius is healed with" sm
Complete thread -- what does nai sound like? nigh, nye?
Complete thread -- wrong wav but listen for amniotic stem cell or dehydrated amniotic allograft
Complete thread -- all I can think of is "minimally" (modifying 'displaced' -but that'd be kind of backwards)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- displaced *may*nai* fracture, left distal radius - sm
Complete thread -- Never mind. I tried to hear "nidus" but couldn't until taco solved with "the" in front.
Complete thread -- benign ______
Complete thread -- the nidus
Complete thread -- necrotic or seems to be _______ for infection
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Probably, but I'd use "measuring" or "that measures."
Complete thread -- lumbar MRI
Complete thread -- treated with
Complete thread -- treated with
Complete thread -- please ignore the info in parentheses
Complete thread -- the prostate ______ IMRT, had a gradual
Complete thread -- Using 1 cc of dehydrated amniotic allograft was mixed with 1 mL of 0.9 ...
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to allow this tumescent solution to disperse and the ...
Complete thread -- We placed 2 stab incisions, 1 just off the midline inferiorly and anot ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- We went ahead and sized down the nipple-areolar complex to 42 mm and f ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. and debrided of
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room, placed in a supine posi ...
Complete thread -- Attention was then directed to the lower lid punctum which was probed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- p.s. I did verify this was a reasonable amount
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear 60
Complete thread -- The Medtronic sinus debrider was then used to remove polyp, mucosa and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- bulk to this tendon and it tensioned right and he had
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I can't get this.
Complete thread -- We did use a little bit of electrocautery as we repaired down the bice ...
Complete thread -- I would start a new sentence with A small little corner here,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Think he said (or means) getting excellent compression
Complete thread -- a small little corner here,
Complete thread -- It overall looked very good, get excellent compression of the rotator ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- tissue, which unfortunately was
Complete thread -- this tissue, which unfortunately was
Complete thread -- The tear in the supraspinatus essentially went all the way through to ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get this one at all
Complete thread -- We again placed a whipstitch in the biceps tendon, cut at the biceps l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I hear "dragged the biceps tendon"
Complete thread -- there it is again...dragged the biceps into the joint
Complete thread -- I felt she would do better on biceps tenodesis. We placed a whipstitc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was also hearing dragged. wanted to confirm it.
Complete thread -- What I hear is very unclear...but I thought I'd throw it out there for better ears.
Complete thread -- is that what you hear?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "as we evaluated the joint"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- as we dragged it? (what I hear)
Complete thread -- I used electrocautery on the superior labrum. It overall was stable a ...
Complete thread -- google it, 209,000 hits, MTs don't always know, what we DON'T know.
Complete thread -- I think Wowie was saying "smile meant gotcha"
Complete thread -- I tend to agree "They don't always phrase things as others usually would"
Complete thread -- official system is Workers' Compensation sm
Complete thread -- thanks pie
Complete thread -- No prob. Very interesting. Using "site" it gave 203 hits, using
Complete thread -- I meant to post this under poi's post above. not "correcting" you.
Complete thread -- or you can use site:thegreatdictator.com word/phrase
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Sometimes I can find specific archives I want by
Complete thread -- how did you find that? did you have to search by date? I couldn't
Complete thread -- (Just to confirm your memory) One of the archive dates was 9/22/2015.
Complete thread -- Thank you for that information.
Complete thread -- from Chicago book of style page 6
Complete thread -- I can't find that archive post - ignore me since I am not sure
Complete thread -- I think I learned (on this board) this word is alway hyphenated
Complete thread -- pain free or pain-free?
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's quite clear and I did flag it since I couldn't make any sense out of it.
Complete thread -- nah, makes no sense at all (nor does sm's guess below) ...
Complete thread -- not worker's comp. The patient's had the diagnosis for years, so I don't know if he means
Complete thread -- over a number of periods of daytime.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would like to avoid surgery in the lumbar spine if possible, and I have seen
Complete thread -- IVIgG - IVIG is almost entirely IgG, so I think dictator means IVIgG
Complete thread -- um...what? X has had progressively severe back pain that has left her out of work
Complete thread -- how about a rump massage?
Complete thread -- it *google well*, eh?
Complete thread -- IVIGG? Patient with CIDP - doctor says she completed a course of IVIGG. I know IVIG
Complete thread -- Oh CHIT. nevermind. JUST ignore my butt...
Complete thread -- I did find rehabible - but not that word.
Complete thread -- well it's MSIE 10.0 but I tried with Chrome 47 or something like that
Complete thread -- I use IE and it's not the latest one either
Complete thread -- nope, I was able to cut/paste in both FF and IE-11
Complete thread -- not sure if it works in internet explorer
Complete thread -- which browser do you use?
Complete thread -- why won't guy's thumbs up work for me? I copied it but it won;t paste.
Complete thread -- could ya show us one? I got 23 hits, and didn't see anything *legit*
Complete thread -- rehabible google well, legit sites
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- eh...this was supposed to go under Taco's post.
Complete thread -- agree. not much we can do with a word like that.
Complete thread -- rehabilitatable (I can't believe it's actually a word, but it's on OneLook)
Complete thread -- suggestion for rehabbable
Complete thread -- you call someone rude and nasty and sign it with a smile?
Complete thread -- Yeah, figured. Just thought slightly strange as I never heard it before. Thanks.
Complete thread -- and ^ wasn't?
Complete thread -- Yes. He is referring to a device which is football-shaped which
Complete thread -- but if you ahve two interrupted...it should be "sutures" since there were 2 of them.
Complete thread -- inflated, blown up, all the same difference IMO
Complete thread -- The balloon was *blown up* after it was inserted inside the gastrostomy - never heard
Complete thread -- in the standard surgical fashion. A *football* was placed using a Veress
Complete thread -- Wowie Very rude and nasty poster
Complete thread -- This site indicates L2 is one of the 3 blades which can be used with the mouth gag
Complete thread -- Once an OP here of 20 years never heard of VBAC.
Complete thread -- all i see is interval walking training ? not helpful, I know. see link what I googled...
Complete thread -- what does this mean?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Mylan-nitro
Complete thread -- Mylan Nitro - sounds like it comes in 0.4 mg spray or patch
Complete thread -- s/l milo-nitral 0.4 mg
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- McIvor mouth gag with an **L2** handle was placed in the oral cavity.
Complete thread -- see link @ "There is with singular subject series"
Complete thread -- I have worked for 8 years in MT and never heard it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No luck here either for IWT - I did find IWD can be individual with disability, tho.
Complete thread -- I checked to see if it was some new ICD-10 code desription but no luck)
Complete thread -- I had planned a conventional?
Complete thread -- something 'conventional' but can't get the words before that
Complete thread -- totally agree. (yes, I am a valley girl) haha
Complete thread -- You are right, QA is wrong. :)
Complete thread -- In the diagnosis this dictator says
Complete thread -- I think it was IUC... and you're right, 'copper' isn't part of the acronym no matter how .
Complete thread -- There is excellent strength and stability. QA changed
Complete thread -- with the cervix being quite difficult to access ___ liquid cytology and ThinPrep on i
Complete thread -- I posted this because I didn't think IUC was for *copper* as nm posted
Complete thread -- Just for the record this "q" is not me.
Complete thread -- intrauterine contraceptive (IUC)?
Complete thread -- Just so you know, there is such a thing as a breeze boot (may be
Complete thread -- "copper-containing" isn't part of it - IUCD is intrauterine contraceptive device.
Complete thread -- I'd say more like *rarely* heard. I seriously doubt you *commonly* hear it.
Complete thread -- yep, commonly heard IUCD= intrauterine contraceptive copper-containing
Complete thread -- yep commonly heard "pulmonary embrrassment"
Complete thread -- Well, what do you know. Thanks, T!
Complete thread -- thank you t!!
Complete thread -- or google "respiratory embarrassment" - that gets even more hits
Complete thread -- believe it or not - it IS embarrassment (google "pulmonary embarrassment")
Complete thread -- maybe it is IUCD? she kinda stumbles...
Complete thread -- s/l im-bar-ish-ment
Complete thread -- #1 - IUC? (but I'd expect IUD?) #2 multifibroid
Complete thread -- The __ ultrasound that she had in May 2015 confirmed the __ uterus
Complete thread -- thank you so much nm and b k l o l i!!!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear VMI (vaginal maturation index
Complete thread -- I proceeded to do a colposcopy today. The ___ was normal.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- #1 - G3, P2 (might be something else there too) #2 - a good idea (?)
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, pleas help
Complete thread -- *not by much, but I didnt catch the "was" so that makes up for it. :)
Complete thread -- When they clearly dictate a PE finding, they usually get it.
Complete thread -- I agree - I'd let that fly.
Complete thread -- nevermind-saying brace
Complete thread -- s/l breese/boot for foot
Complete thread -- They get what they dictate? :)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, but I'm not big on flagging.
Complete thread -- Patient with sinusitis and pharyngitis. Would you flag "throat is normal" in PE?
Complete thread -- difficulty?
Complete thread -- It might mean the cuff is getting stronger, so yes, I think it make sense.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The same way MTs get hired who don't know the basics.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- does the word developing make sense in this sentence
Complete thread -- mild lucency (possibly)
Complete thread -- *was* some mesenteric fat stranding (dang - lb beat me to it!)
Complete thread -- fat stranding
Complete thread -- x-rays sp loose bodies removal, knee
Complete thread -- some mesenteric ________ with fluid
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Prolene sutures were threaded through the 2 eyelets on the <____&# ...
Complete thread -- Using corneal scleral scissors to the right and left, the patient’s co ...
Complete thread -- pls ignore. misunderstanding on my part.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- p g b c c a not me.
Complete thread -- The incision was made over a distance of a little over 2 cm down to th ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- unfortunately he didn't. thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- typo ...he'll (not he's)
Complete thread -- Can't get it...but perhaps he's give it again in the assessment
Complete thread -- In addition, he was told that he has diffusely swollen gums, possibly ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- 👍 ...
Complete thread -- I also hear "but that it would never"
Complete thread -- The patient reviewed <____> informed consent documents and rev ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reviewed. I stressed to the patient that my goal would be to
Complete thread -- He's probably referring to lab exam findings then. Just wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- he also has some external nasal valve incompetence along with poor tip ...
Complete thread -- yeah. dictating it pretty clearly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- R U sure about "physical AND exam findings" ?
Complete thread -- It sounds like he changed his mind to "He demonstrates"
Complete thread -- This is a 39-year-old gentleman with a history of nasal trauma and pre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- functional
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "Functional airway collapse."
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Personal history of nasal trauma with nasa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #2
Complete thread -- crisp
Complete thread -- the inferior border of the mandible by suturing the lateral border of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Really WAG....???labii???
Complete thread -- #2 definition of
Complete thread -- This was identified just below the ear lobule and then elevated down i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind to "Gorney"
Complete thread -- We then connected the dissection from the posterior ear to the anterio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 both of the recipient and the donor site
Complete thread -- #1 fat necrosis and resorption
Complete thread -- or might be "______ at the recipient or the donor site(?s)"
Complete thread -- #2 is something like "_____ at the recipient and the donor site(?s)"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind on #1 to "and resorption"
Complete thread -- Potential risks and complications included but were not limited to ble ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- Okay TY to both helpers. I will go with "high-riding"
Complete thread -- Ty Q. I kept on hearing "highlining".
Complete thread -- No, poi got it...high-riding
Complete thread -- #2 cervicomental
Complete thread -- high-riding
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "high-lying"
Complete thread -- smiley showing in IE Tab, but not thumbs up. does show if I click over to FF.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Facial rhytids. 2. Midface atrophy < ...
Complete thread -- oh, cool, you found a thumbs up. unfortunately doesn't work in IE Tab for me, just Firefox
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "items"
Complete thread -- I then moved the median nerve out of the way and inspected the <__ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- yep, that's a little better.
Complete thread -- releasing adhesions that might be there.
Complete thread -- to release any adhesions that might be there.
Complete thread -- I identified the transverse carpal ligament, made a tiny nick in the t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- my injection should be injections
Complete thread -- 1. along with (note you have *he* and *she* in there)
Complete thread -- I think #2 with regard to the
Complete thread -- I think for #1 along with
Complete thread -- will use them then. 👍☺ ...
Complete thread -- She had a positive EMG for moderate-to-severe carpal tunnel syndrome i ...
Complete thread -- It came through here.
Complete thread -- welcome. that was a thumbs up sign. not showing here.
Complete thread -- 👍 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Bio-Tenodesis screw. was confused since he also said PEEK
Complete thread -- Do you know what instrument system he's using? Maybe I can find something that way for #2
Complete thread -- #1 the pitchfork (it's a retractor...see link)
Complete thread -- I made a little Bovie mark at the inferior third of this area, placed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hohmann there (see link)
Complete thread -- The reason for the subpectoral tenodesis was to take the biceps out of ...
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Complete thread -- How do they make it through med school: "asepatine: spelled asenapine"/nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing pool out for #2
Complete thread -- This being #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pull out"
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "The reason I thought to do a double row was because
Complete thread -- No holes in the cuff tear and found it moved as 1 unit. <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Click on the Find Box at the top of the page
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "anchor". (see link)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right shoulder rotator cuff tear. 2. R ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Scroll down, then click on the tab "Dosage"
Complete thread -- See this RxList description of the dosing...days 1 and 8...
Complete thread -- clipped was pretty clear to me too
Complete thread -- Chemotherapy is gemcitabine 800 mg/sq m day s/l one eight every 3 weeks. TIA!
Complete thread -- I gave him "clipped" underlined. Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- (I meant dripped or tripped.)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've been doing this doctor for quite some time and aneurysm clipping is
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- blebs
Complete thread -- I listened again and am comfortable he's saying clipped, but perhaps
Complete thread -- She has had bilateral pleurodeses for _____ 30 years ago.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm very familiar with aneurysm clipping, but I really can't hear that here.
Complete thread -- See google hits with explanation of clipping an aneurysm
Complete thread -- I think he says "clipped"
Complete thread -- This led to an angiogram at New York Hospital, and Dr. Philip Stieg ____ through a
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- The lateral side was clamped with a s/l**heiss** and then transection was achieved
Complete thread -- Did not realize yours was spelled differently! Thanks - Diane
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Much better hits than I found!
Complete thread -- found asynclitism (see google hits)
Complete thread -- asynticlism - is what it sounds like. I found 5 posts. Does anyone know how this
Complete thread -- posted this and moved on but here are sentences after first post.
Complete thread -- post a wav
Complete thread -- Yes, or course. i have typed that loads of times. don't know why I couldn't hear it thi
Complete thread -- No idea on your missing word, but could "This" be "Thus," ?
Complete thread -- yep, probably opening and closing...
Complete thread -- spine MRI- missing a word-can hear only an m sound
Complete thread -- s/b self-esteem
Complete thread -- oooh, I like this answer.
Complete thread -- Sorry, all I can find is "comparisons" ?
Complete thread -- not very close to your s/l, but "interrogation"?
Complete thread -- agree with 'discussed with', also (correction) "...and get startED on Abilify"
Complete thread -- s/l
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Disregard "discus"
Complete thread -- I think you are right. "Discussed with the resident"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?Discuss(ed) with
Complete thread -- I think he says "discus" (referring to the Discmelt type)...also he says "with the
Complete thread -- I find something called "console tape" (see google hits)
Complete thread -- started on Abilify 5 mg ______ for the resident to get
Complete thread -- ooops...apparently late and wrong :)
Complete thread -- #2 deleterious preoccupation?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- #2 religious
Complete thread -- #1 - a pervasive development; #2 - religious (and self-esteem is hyphenated)
Complete thread -- Kinesio (?)
Complete thread -- type of tape over injury
Complete thread -- A couple of questions.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'm not sure about your "eye open and eye closer"...
Complete thread -- dang you apparently have time to muck up a few threads Ms. Obvious
Complete thread -- mebbe
Complete thread -- ☂ I'm sure OP knows it is an EEG and your link to Google is not helpful.
Complete thread -- dunno your s/l, but it'd be difficulty *voiding* (what is the surgery?)
Complete thread -- It's and EEG but I have no time left to read up on articles. Link
Complete thread -- Interictally,
Complete thread -- interhemispheric
Complete thread -- OR... change "has" to "is"
Complete thread -- synchronously and symmetrically. _______ during the wake
Complete thread -- Didn't see it. Slurring which is primarily "cause of injury"
Complete thread -- no discernible ______ asymmetry noted
Complete thread -- surgical pretreat - 2 syllables
Complete thread -- *** sm Dorsal merely indicates anatomic position of capsular release sm.
Complete thread -- there's a wav
Complete thread -- has not BEEN improving
Complete thread -- Might be primarily "trauma" injury (as mentioned preop Dx
Complete thread -- and... (SM)
Complete thread -- I think the OP is questioning "dorsal aspect" and posterior/superior labral cyst.
Complete thread -- surgical capsular release can offer permanent relief from frozen shoulder
Complete thread -- wow, stumper S/L carba
Complete thread -- pat sp shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Your s/l makes me think of cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12) and
Complete thread -- Med list.
Complete thread -- rump massage - hahahahahahahahaha - love it!
Complete thread -- Right! I'd have never gotten that. All I could think was rump massage (go ahead, laugh).
Complete thread -- ☝awesome answer! Good one, 1!
Complete thread -- remplissage?
Complete thread -- hip arthroscopy and s/l romp massage
Complete thread -- Caspar pins were placed in the C3 and C4 vertebral bodies, and cephala ...
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- He had a severe deformity of the nasal dorsum which was primarily < ...
Complete thread -- s/l jcephalocaudad
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can't post large wav. converted wav. my system problem
Complete thread -- straight-on? Wav is too short for me to be sure.
Complete thread -- This is not a severe hump and I do not feel that she will need necessa ...
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Complete thread -- The patient is interested in having a rhinoplasty, as her mother did. ...
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Complete thread -- at the same setting.
Complete thread -- This is a 68-year-old female with persistent lateral epicondylitis. S ...
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Complete thread -- guy got it...supramalleolar
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE IN DETAIL: The patient was taken to the operating room and ...
Complete thread -- Me either! Thanks for answering tho!@
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't think of anything.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I see it is C section
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- ESL, help with pre-op diagnosis for C-section
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- agree with Q on #2
Complete thread -- sorry, he did not mention any leukemia, that is the whole report.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is #2 it could cause colic if passed. He has
Complete thread -- #2 it could cause colic to pass. Is there mention of leukemia anywhere else in report?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. two blanks.
Complete thread -- ?position?
Complete thread -- Her implants do seem to be drifting downward and occupy good <____ ...
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Complete thread -- I hear not. Tough sentence though, should be - Great care was taken to not undermine
Complete thread -- Superior keyhole shaped portion was removed as well. Great care was & ...
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Complete thread -- wanted a lift? (clue is mastopexy)
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a very pleasant lady who wanted her implants rem ...
Complete thread -- thanks again. :)
Complete thread -- Dosvedanya, tovarisch!
Complete thread -- You guys find the funniest stuff, pie. Look up "Redneck Lady disses Obama" on YT some
Complete thread -- Tis! <<-- I think that's the name of his other book and I liked it better.
Complete thread -- "t", you read me soooo well. ;)
Complete thread -- thanks for another lead! David Sedaris reading his own books highly recommended too.
Complete thread -- My recommendation: Frank McCourt reading his Angela's Ashes - or the other one, can't
Complete thread -- IE-friendly version of that link:
Complete thread -- soo sorry, poi! I know you are *the* hyphen expert, I just saw Q hangin around...
Complete thread -- looks like the rarefied atmosphere is wreaking havoc with your language skills.
Complete thread -- I just reread C&P last year! I'm in the middle of Bros. Karmazov now...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Which won't translate, of course. Give up.
Complete thread -- Let's stick with the "real" thing" - Ïîæàëóéñòà
Complete thread -- will be able to take his dressing off in ?3 days and
Complete thread -- The wound was covered with Xeroform gauze, sterile gauze, Tegaderm, an ...
Complete thread -- Or is that Pazhaluista? I've forgotten my mother tongue.
Complete thread -- Pozhaluysta!
Complete thread -- Spasibo! :)
Complete thread -- Sure. It's YT. George Guidall is narrator. Enjoy.
Complete thread -- would you mind giving the name of the reader for that book and/or a link?
Complete thread -- haha :)
Complete thread -- Not always, but I try not to be too judgmental. My own answer sucked as well. Don't know
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- She probably chose age before beauty... ;)
Complete thread -- what?? you didn't ask me taco?
Complete thread -- You're correct "t"...there s/b no hyphens.
Complete thread -- I may be wrong, but I don't think "time to time" should be hypenated here... Q?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- anyone can, and is encouraged to do if confidential information is inadvertently posted.
Complete thread -- wow- that was pretty psychic of us to solve it a day early!
Complete thread -- "titrated second dose" redux. :/
Complete thread -- The question (asked and answered long ago) was to cap or not to cap.
Complete thread -- you're such a gentleman, vlad. "A little silly" is putting it mildly.
Complete thread -- ☂ Nonsense. Sorry I missed your wav, but whatever it was, it wasn't this.
Complete thread -- That was me too. I didn't know until you answered. Then
Complete thread -- I *was* not wasn't
Complete thread -- oh I agree. I wasn't just letting the poster who didn't think it could
Complete thread -- with *both* external light and hemistransfixion incision (I did not give enough info)
Complete thread -- No one but op would have a reason to, unless by accident.
Complete thread -- anyone can delete a sound file, just like they can post over a sound file
Complete thread -- I don't think anyone can delete files except the one who posted but
Complete thread -- What was the answer?
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- septoplasty was completed with s/l seh-bolds external light
Complete thread -- It was a short word, two syllables. Making a wild guess with no s/l is a little silly,
Complete thread -- or, may hear Anti-acetylcholinesterase agents (e.g., Mestinon®)
Complete thread -- I still get old wav. May be Acetylcholine esterase inhibitors considered basic treatment
Complete thread -- Must have been removed by someone. It "was" there but not hearing it now.
Complete thread -- There's a wav, but I can't get the blank--possibly "delayed," but not at all sure.
Complete thread -- There is no WAV
Complete thread -- myasthenia gravis. ______ medications were given
Complete thread -- "While dissecting the seminal vesicles, their tips can be left in place, and extra care
Complete thread -- me thinks you're right.
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Complete thread -- dexaopoid, cannot find exact phrase, guessing is meaning dexamethasone & opoid
Complete thread -- Shouldn't "similar vessels" be "seminal vesicles"? Agree with "posterior plane."
Complete thread -- 3pp™ Buddy Loop™. sm
Complete thread -- #2. Xarelto
Complete thread -- Ativan, aspirin and __________. She is now on __________. She
Complete thread -- btw - it'd be "whom" I was asked to see...
Complete thread -- curious to this one. If you can, post the answer if you ever get it from your QA. thanks
Complete thread -- I think this was the one we heard and answered yesterday w/no post?
Complete thread -- please ignore
Complete thread -- was asked to see because of question of _______. Record says he was sent from the
Complete thread -- thank you both, I am just at my wits end, will have to flag - thanks for the help
Complete thread -- WAG ??internal fetal conversion??
Complete thread -- Googling around, I found "internal podalic version" - could it be that?
Complete thread -- ESL C-section help plse.
Complete thread -- Okay! Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I'd do it lowercase, since he is making a verb out of it... (like "bovied")
Complete thread -- She will *buddy loop* these for 2-3 weeks (PIP dislocation). Cap? Buddy Loops is TM.
Complete thread -- "The face appears triangular with a large vault, prominent eyes and a small jaw. "
Complete thread -- thanks both!
Complete thread -- Didn't find s/l John. Consider "von" as short speak, flag as suggestion sm
Complete thread -- all I can think of is "jaw" but not sure that'd be in the eye exam?
Complete thread -- External eye examination: Prominent eyes and small s/l john. Ocular adnexa are normal
Complete thread -- Oh, great. Now we know who you are?! LOL
Complete thread -- but - make sure you change that to plane as the other helper suggested too.
Complete thread -- I was hoping it would. ; )
Complete thread -- well, that certainly cleared up the mystery
Complete thread -- Forgot to claim my post. Twas me.
Complete thread -- ?posterior "plane"
Complete thread -- oops sorry - got it vesical neck
Complete thread -- circumferentially from the *vesicle neck* utilizing the cautery
Complete thread -- THANKS! I'll bet that's it!
Complete thread -- s/l toke or tope "might" be torque=twisting/rotating action sm***
Complete thread -- Please see message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd go with "stent" in this context because it is used similar to a bolster b/cuz sm
Complete thread -- dictationary is
Complete thread -- also the trigeminal nerves run along each side of the pons so definitely 2 different
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh, that was me -forgot to claim it
Complete thread -- not a problem..we were working on it at the same time.
Complete thread -- or
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- sorry, I just realized you corrected this already
Complete thread -- correction: debridement alone was all that we were going....
Complete thread -- debridement alone was all that we were...tuberoplasty..and yes to amenable
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The subscapularis tendon was also retracted and not **amenable** to re ...
Complete thread -- immobile
Complete thread -- of vs. or. sm
Complete thread -- The scope was then placed in the subacromial space. I thoroughly debr ...
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Complete thread -- that has failed or has
Complete thread -- The patient is a 59-year-old female, who has a massive rotator cuff te ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder massive rotator cuff tear. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. PopLok
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right shoulder 4 cm supraspinatus and ...
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Complete thread -- using basal?
Complete thread -- Next, frontal recess was opened and frontal sinus was cannulated with ...
Complete thread -- semi-dried makes better sense to me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 slit-like
Complete thread -- or semi-dried
Complete thread -- #1 semi-dry
Complete thread -- After the glue hardened, then tympanic membrane was elevated from the ...
Complete thread -- Q already noted and apparently didn't hear it.
Complete thread -- Already posted below.
Complete thread -- "Topifoam pads act like a splint on the skin," so
Complete thread -- OP said he/she could not hear extend.
Complete thread -- any chance it could be 'extend' the skin?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- he literally says "was allowed"...but I think he means and "this allowed"
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- hehe...laughing at myself
Complete thread -- disagree with your description of archaic but will agree the dictationary
Complete thread -- It says archaic which means no longer used, but nothing better
Complete thread -- Great link. Thanks, poi. I will stick with 'stint.' :o))
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help, Questyr, or any attempt at helping. I really appreciate that.
Complete thread -- go to dictionary.com. I did listen and heard stent or stint...didn't think
Complete thread -- I find reference to it being used as a splint, but not specifically a stent. Sry I'm not
Complete thread -- Then, again, I can't really find your def. of stint. Would you listen again, please?
Complete thread -- I think it is 'stint.' Thanks!! I posted WAV again.
Complete thread -- another dictionary hit - to stop or check (something)
Complete thread -- how about stint - to cease action; desist.
Complete thread -- After all that, it s/l "stent". I'm going to google a bit more. Be right back.
Complete thread -- Sorry so late. WAV now posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- This is one problem I always find when I'm communicating
Complete thread -- Thanx but I don't really believe in best answers. Anyone who
Complete thread -- Best so far.
Complete thread -- ?stop
Complete thread -- typo perhaps it could be "to prevent" etc
Complete thread -- I wouldn't think stent makes sense. From the product description
Complete thread -- can u hear stunt or do u think that would
Complete thread -- Would 'stent' be correct? I don't hear extend.
Complete thread -- I just typed #15 round Blake drains. Thanks
Complete thread -- How to I type '15' w/o it seeming that 15 drains were used and this is only the size?
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- He's just rustling through papers,
Complete thread -- This is really a WAG...but I think I hear "first significant"
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- thanks isgal
Complete thread -- I did create the sound file from my hard drive with mp3 recorder
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- congenital then? maybe?
Complete thread -- that's what i hear too
Complete thread -- agree but hard to tell with all the noise. Do you need help creating a sound file through
Complete thread -- appendectomy?
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I also listened for that but couldn't hear it. It's also referring to
Complete thread -- Breo Ellipta
Complete thread -- listened specifically for that and others but got nothing. not
Complete thread -- medication list... A-breo-lipito one dose orally
Complete thread -- History of __________, hysterectomy, tonsillectomy, ORIF of the hip...
Complete thread -- thanks LB!
Complete thread -- sorry I was a tad late.
Complete thread -- predominance noted
Complete thread -- congestive
Complete thread -- I disagree with you. Punctuation is governed by the sentence and its context.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Mom said that she had _____ heart failure and had complications afterward.
Complete thread -- Scattered bilateral ground-glass opacities with bilateral upper lobe ____ is noted,
Complete thread -- where I work, punctuation is up to the MT. Also parentheses are not for emphasis.
Complete thread -- Even better...since I don't think the doc is saying the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If I used them I;d put at end of sentence - died of PE (not official)
Complete thread -- I too think I hear "(not officially) of"
Complete thread -- Agree with bkloli's huh? You may have a specific client who
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Disagree, the dictator puts the "emphasis" of parentheses not MTs
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- knew age made no sense and suspect this was op's ? probably heard on posting & forgot to
Complete thread -- I agree with "question of HIV."
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear "not official" (if that's it, I'd put it within commas or parentheses)
Complete thread -- Hallpike is all one word, I believe.
Complete thread -- not officially of ?? (wait for another set of ears)
Complete thread -- got it - particle
Complete thread -- doc does, Epley, Hall-Pike-Dix, then a s/l parti-cat positioning maneuver?
Complete thread -- There is a maternal grandmother who died _____ pulmonary embolism.
Complete thread -- question...
Complete thread -- qustion of HIV
Complete thread -- "asked to see because of question of age." Does someone need help with the wav
Complete thread -- *Merkel
Complete thread -- Might be that. It's actually on the gluten-free med list (all forms), so I don't think it
Complete thread -- I couldn't figure it out either...generic form? who knows. Will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- It sounds like GF Bentyl, but I don't know what the GF is (gluten free?).
Complete thread -- Xanax, Norco, Zoloft, Synthroid, hydrochlorothiazide, _______, baby aspirin
Complete thread -- Hillary is only #58. ha ha
Complete thread -- I got an error, but I'll find the list on Google. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Vlad -I've been going to share this, Putin#1. Angela Mirkle #2,
Complete thread -- sorry ...but this post literally had me LOL
Complete thread -- Thank you. That should have bit me on the nose!
Complete thread -- heterogeneous fluid?
Complete thread -- Pancreas had s/l erogenous fluid in the right pleural space TIA!
Complete thread -- STAR ankle implant (Scandinavian Total Ankle Replacement)
Complete thread -- Haters love to hate. It's no wonder your life is so unhappy, duh
Complete thread -- Will there be vodka? If so, count me in...
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Fluff -
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming - that is what I went with! :)
Complete thread -- example of Darlene and personal attacks
Complete thread -- Bah humbug
Complete thread -- 2.7 (mm) arthroscope (it seems to be a common size - googles well)
Complete thread -- The *two seven* arthroscope was then inserted for surgery on the wrist.
Complete thread -- Haters love to hate. It's no wonder your life is so unhappy, duh
Complete thread -- No. Please go away. Anyway, it's still Saturday where I live.
Complete thread -- s/l eh dee um may be nonspecific adeno (ma) sm
Complete thread -- Won¡¯t you join... another wun der ful-lll Sunday ahead
Complete thread -- I expect he would have say "in part due to"
Complete thread -- in part
Complete thread -- impart or in part in this sentence?
Complete thread -- Good going, guy!
Complete thread -- Apparently yes. Anterior bleed=nosebleed. And patient can
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- asked to see because of question of *anterior* bleed.
Complete thread -- got it. growing up with Florida sun. thanks.
Complete thread -- She states that she has had the development of deep wrinkles of the pe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Artoura?
Complete thread -- We have picked out some <____> high profile and ultra high pro ...
Complete thread -- 8 mm?
Complete thread -- ??miliary??
Complete thread -- nonspecific left lung nodules, bilateral s/l eh-dee-um nodules TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has become
Complete thread -- With this weight loss has <____> some mild inequality of the b ...
Complete thread -- Do NOT click on "request information"...just scroll down
Complete thread -- For archives..This is the Guardant360 Medical Professionals section of
Complete thread -- Might be KD (which is a knife) (see google page with hits describing it)
Complete thread -- pie answered on fb. thanks.
Complete thread -- Ortho surgical instrument s/l "kitty" or "katie" - sm Thanks!
Complete thread -- Examination today reveals the vertical scar <____> healing wel ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- deep, intermediate, and superficial.
Complete thread -- These areas were prepped with Betadine and following this infiltration ...
Complete thread -- link is useless unless you are a member - don't waste your time
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- either one - they mean the same in this context
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- I'd probably go with If you relayed something, you pass it to another person sm
Complete thread -- related or relayed here
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- agree to cap, whether (TM) or (R) The XeroGel® nasal/epistaxis pack is a dissolvable co-po
Complete thread -- I'm guessing, the IME kept saying "sic" and you looked up meaning?? sm
Complete thread -- hmm, I see what you mean. I'd probably make a new heading "respiratory" sm
Complete thread -- this is an IME so makes sense to me
Complete thread -- (SM)
Complete thread -- MRI results of foot injury
Complete thread -- not sure where this goes in exam
Complete thread -- Oh! just noticed this wav is a repost. I listened to the one below
Complete thread -- #1 entire bpttom portion. #2 At dome there is about a 2 cm etc
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- portion of the bladder was, and at the dome there was
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The urinary sphincter was closed at rest. Prostatic urethra was 2 cm ...
Complete thread -- The urinary sphincter was closed at rest. Prostatic urethra was 2 cm ...
Complete thread -- Seriously? That's hilarious. Never heard.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lkot
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Complete thread -- guy: see fb
Complete thread -- #1 ??in the setting??
Complete thread -- #2 neutropenia
Complete thread -- She was hospitalized this summer in the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for viral
Complete thread -- Then, the skin was closed with 3-0 Monocryl interrupted fashion and sk ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like "Annette style," Mousketeers.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry, no idea. Sounds like he said "smile" ...haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Once this was done, the 410 sizer appeared to have very nice shape to ...
Complete thread -- 410
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. 410
Complete thread -- The implant was taken out and passed off the field. At this point, we ...
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Complete thread -- 1. used these as access incisions
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- For #1 I hear: and filtered it and ?then washed it with (not sure if he said 'then'
Complete thread -- and filtered it and washed it with ...and ran it through 10 mL
Complete thread -- We went ahead and passed this aspirate on the back table <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- #2 solution on each hip for
Complete thread -- At this point, we made 2 stab incisions, 1 in the anterior abdominal a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like "with 3 and 8 incision"..but makes no sense to me
Complete thread -- no. posetd again. sounds like 3 and 8 incision.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you figure this one out?
Complete thread -- brought them out
Complete thread -- We then proceeded to infiltrate the fascia with 0.25% Marcaine, 30 mL ...
Complete thread -- yeah wrote that. after the help of course. Thanks.
Complete thread -- the posterior area
Complete thread -- After adequate lapsed time, we used a 3-mm cannula and lipo-aspirated ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and all the way back to posterior??
Complete thread -- After leg squeezers were placed and general anesthesia was obtained, t ...
Complete thread -- I tell ya, where I work, if I *didn't* cap it in an ENT op, I'd get dinged.
Complete thread -- yes, I know, i k d a l m, I was providing documentation for next time sm
Complete thread -- Since it is a live trademark, I still think it is capped, but we can agree to disagree
Complete thread -- Sorry the link didn't work for you. It worked for me. I have cut and
Complete thread -- You are making the assumption it is a generic term because of your dictionary
Complete thread -- Here is the cut and paste from MW. (Also the google page link,click on 1st hit)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- could you copy the "definition" here?
Complete thread -- yeah, sorry, but don't have a registration to MW and not activating a trial just for this.
Complete thread -- XeroGel or Xerogel (as pie pointed out on above post)
Complete thread -- it is a live trademarked word...check the trademark site - XeroGel
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster shows shows xerogel (see link)
Complete thread -- or XeroGel (for idiosyncratic brand spelling)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Xerogel
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Complete thread -- I would go with Zero gel packs
Complete thread -- Since he's not giving you the exact brand name I would go with Zero gel packs to stay
Complete thread -- Attention was then returned back to the middle meatus and the anterior ...
Complete thread -- he is saying zero gel packs. i have found Zero-Pak Gel Ice Packs. how ...
Complete thread -- wow. u must be feeling like a chameleon at that time. haha
Complete thread -- thanks!!! Will add that to my expander :)
Complete thread -- that is what I kept hearing too lol~ pogo or puggle lol
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- Me too! I particularly remember an eyelet dress I wore at a disco with a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- already mentioned *inside* the above post.
Complete thread -- agree.either ignore the idiosyncratic spelling and just use initial cap or do it their way
Complete thread -- Z9002.....also DisCoVisc is apparently a registered trademark..I would either just
Complete thread -- The capsular bag was filled with DiscoVisc and the <____> 21.0 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- DisCoVisc (see link)
Complete thread -- This was rinsed with BSS. The anterior chamber was then filled with & ...
Complete thread -- There is a Guardant 360 *would be the panel name(lab company name)
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE C-ARM, LEFT FOOT: Multiple AP and lateral views reveal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- There is 100% ?apposition/?opposition
Complete thread -- 100% apposition of
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Complete thread -- Both pins had been cut and bent percutaneously. The digits are parall ...
Complete thread -- #2. The second digit has an
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get them. Sry.
Complete thread -- A supplemental oblique wire has been placed at MTPJ1. <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Wonder if #2 might be "Final fixation consists of stacked and crossed"
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #2 _____ fixation consists of stacked and crossed
Complete thread -- shoot, Guardian doesn't even google (thought I'd found something for that earlier
Complete thread -- Multiple AP and lateral views revealed sequential temporary fixation o ...
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I can't find it either way on googling.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the exposure
Complete thread -- mp3 added.
Complete thread -- The articular cartilage of the second metatarsal head, its dorsal half ...
Complete thread -- She had a Guardian 1 assay which revealed a TP53 genetic alteration.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- these multiple attempts at
Complete thread -- The lateral capsule was left intact but a small window of tissue of la ...
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Complete thread -- hearing did
Complete thread -- Best to flag if not sure. I see size 20, 23, 25 gauge pars plana vitrectomy
Complete thread -- Can you tell whether he says "did" or "didn't"?
Complete thread -- Good ear.
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- reciprocal planing (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wanted to confirm it. plating not used anywhere else in the report
Complete thread -- Can you tell within the complete report whether plating was used there to confirm (did or
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I think he actually says "did not (didn't) require some reciprocal plating"
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- Post doesn't match WAV.
Complete thread -- This was a 1.6-mm threaded K-wire. This was placed with the joint sup ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "while standing."
Complete thread -- posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Do you want to re-post this WAV?
Complete thread -- long
Complete thread -- I think I hear "long"
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Makes me believe the doc must speak clearly so we know each size used (because
Complete thread -- listened, but can't catch it.
Complete thread -- This incision was extended from the middle phalanx to the distal metap ...
Complete thread -- Once the patient was inducted under general anesthesia, local block wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer, Questyr. I read this article, and that's the conclusion I came to.
Complete thread -- Sorry I can't help...too technical a question for me.
Complete thread -- 20-gauge versus 23-gauge pars plana vitrectomy
Complete thread -- Wonder if transposed letters falp for (flap) or even SLAP link
Complete thread -- pogo boot?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. I will change to "debulked"
Complete thread -- But he should have used past tense "debulked"
Complete thread -- debulk
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Puzzle ? (see link)
Complete thread -- puzzle boot??
Complete thread -- ASA ? (for American Society of Anesthesiologists)
Complete thread -- I am not hearing this correctly, cannot figure it out
Complete thread -- CC coracoclavicular ?
Complete thread -- I can't come with a thing. sorry!
Complete thread -- he is saying AC "slash" then s/l UC labral reconstruction
Complete thread -- is he saying AC and something or 2 things. All I see is AC.
Complete thread -- shoulder surgery recommendation
Complete thread -- I agree with "scar" (goes with sternotomy) and thought "better" but makes
Complete thread -- thanks, I thought it was a degree of offset (not much ortho experience)
Complete thread -- it is probably 28-mm ball head so I'd do 28.0 (some drop the zero depending on acct specs)
Complete thread -- Hip arthroplasty, how to type "twenty eight zero" chome head? 28/0 or 28 0 or 28-0
Complete thread -- so clear - not sure what happened to my ears the other times I tried to hear it
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks all!
Complete thread -- has bigger (bit of?) scar today from his surgery? *aussies are so tough!*
Complete thread -- arc?
Complete thread -- I also thought I heard scattered but.. (see above, ignore me) :)
Complete thread -- nevermind. I'm no help today. Just ignore me.
Complete thread -- I dont hear "abdomen" from his surgery but hear "surgeries" there.
Complete thread -- Here are google hits many of which describe it.
Complete thread -- Googling indicates one thing they evaluate is glenoid bone stock. See what you think.
Complete thread -- CT of shoulder
Complete thread -- not much help, but I think I hear *scar* in there
Complete thread -- *** has a __ abdomen from his surgery as well as his sternotomy from his cardiac surg
Complete thread -- link I do see transverse referred to. Might be transverse (trapezius)
Complete thread -- fungal
Complete thread -- the cultures will be sent for __________ as well
Complete thread -- thinking lat transfer rather than transverse
Complete thread -- shoulder surgical option- s/l lat (latissimus ?)
Complete thread -- you're the bomb
Complete thread -- corresponding?
Complete thread -- knee MRI
Complete thread -- Sharing a new (for me) word for archives " tachycardia en salves" sm
Complete thread -- B More specific-Amedica Announces Addition of the Valeo II (TM) Lateral Lumbar Interbody
Complete thread -- Here is a link for 35 current interbody spine device names, company names and products
Complete thread -- Please stop you ongoing "bad language and bad behavior." Tiresome sm
Complete thread -- your text makes sense, The knot just means the suture was knotted much like sm
Complete thread -- If this is outpatient free-standing surgery center jack's offer is probably right sm
Complete thread -- I did not find your s/l exitec as a product, but may be one of these acronyms sm
Complete thread -- Then the disc space was adequately sized and an ___ interbody cage pac ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ambulatory Surgery Center? SCDs for sequential compression devices.
Complete thread -- "written and" but not sure if "informed" or "signed." You may be right about "informed."
Complete thread -- i think you should hear mine now - thanks
Complete thread -- still hearing last wav
Complete thread -- The patient was intubated in a supine position with full ASC monitorin ...
Complete thread -- The patient elected to undergo anterior cervical decompression with in ...
Complete thread -- got it. "please quote" thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a track into ?
Complete thread -- ...never spiked a fever after discharge from the hospital. Continues ...
Complete thread -- The front right lower abdominal pocket was infiltrated at the incision ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- A sharp incision was made with a #15 scalpel down through thoracolumba ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Thank you Q.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Note that you only need the hyphen when 26 French is being used as a compound modifier
Complete thread -- Van Buren sounds sequentially to 26 French.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- ?in her eye?
Complete thread -- The patient’s right eye was prepped and draped in the usual sterile ma ...
Complete thread -- yes that's it. Thank you very much. I can add "and"
Complete thread -- ?and suprapubic?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he wants: tip of each digit, whereas the oblique pins I then temporarily
Complete thread -- posted wav for "wehereas" phrase. Thanks
Complete thread -- Wonder if you are hearing "pure". See google hits to see what you think.
Complete thread -- phenylephrine for s/l pew-er alpha 1 vasopressor activity. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Reminder: The "whereas" phrase doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posting extended wav.
Complete thread -- Can we have a bit more clip before the blank. Also the "whereas"phrase doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE C-ARM, RIGHT FOOT: AP and lateral images revealed perc ...
Complete thread -- I'm sorry...I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- (hit enter too soon) ...I was going to say (I think)
Complete thread -- He changes "grasped" to "clasped shut
Complete thread -- The plantar fascia was isolated, the plantar surface of the abductor m ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??in force??
Complete thread -- Can you give a better sounds like...such as ah-vay-oh (or ?other)
Complete thread -- bias.
Complete thread -- posted mp3
Complete thread -- Attention was directed to the medial aspect of the left heel where a l ...
Complete thread -- contact and force? contact in force? contact enforced?
Complete thread -- placement of lumbar prosthetic interbody device using s/l avao choice implant
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think "We measured it appropriately to get just short of the physis"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We were able to remove some of this and then placed guidewire and manu ...
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 - prior to incision
Complete thread -- even with
Complete thread -- #2 it would not maintain that
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Anterior portion of medial malleolar fracture ...
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 films in #2 enough so that
Complete thread -- The patient is a 14-year-old male who had a fall sustaining an injury ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "lock out"
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under propofol s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- And, of course, once I see the answer, I can hear it!
Complete thread -- ohhh...that's good!
Complete thread -- and a little bit tight medially, as she was in the other knee. We
Complete thread -- Ditto
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- good suggestion
Complete thread -- In the lateral femoral condyle, there was an area where we placed the ...
Complete thread -- when I actually click on that link the page then takes me to a wiki post
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "But in the area where we performed the"
Complete thread -- You had a question on ?one or ?want...and I wondered if you
Complete thread -- sorry. another wav posted. thanks.
Complete thread -- ohhh...my one or want you think is wand...*got it*
Complete thread -- sorry Q...are you asking me a question? If so, I don't understand
Complete thread -- check out the 2nd hit on this google search
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- WAV seems to start after your blank.
Complete thread -- We entered the knee and found that she had some moderate scar tissue i ...
Complete thread -- Could he be referring to the Tisseel syringe as "wand" ??
Complete thread -- to clarify...I would NOT use that booger word unless you can verify it
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, but I just couldn't believe it. Glad I'm not crazy.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- , one? want? to create a quote unquote "booger" to throw in the hole and then to
Complete thread -- We again accessed the knee. We copiously irrigated with bacitracin as ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- We cross posted. If he uses it all the time, then might be best to give it to him.
Complete thread -- with a focal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Based on what I've heard, he's quite capable of mistakes...I would edit to meniscus even
Complete thread -- The ACL was stable and intact to probing. Patella had some moderate c ...
Complete thread -- that's what i hear. will post its wav also but in samples same thing.
Complete thread -- I've no suggestions...and you have my sympathies. He's terrible.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. extended wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- In last paragraph, R U sure it is not "debridement of medial meniscus."
Complete thread -- I think there are small problems with the first paragraph. Can you give a WAV for it.
Complete thread -- I hear "I did it just in line"
Complete thread -- We created an anterolateral and anteromedial portal. Upon entrance in ...
Complete thread -- You're right. That's what he says.
Complete thread -- ty for the help
Complete thread -- Hi Q. I posted another mp3. I am really hearing "sexual function". Please listen to it.
Complete thread -- Also, R U sure he didn't say "by his sexual dysfunction" ??
Complete thread -- all others pending
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Maybe "The risks included..."
Complete thread -- Wonder if she's saying for #1 The risks of ______, PR prolongatiuon..." (see link for
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #2 atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- He was started on Vimpat. _______ PR prolongation, AV block, and _____. At that
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- heard it-5 egg retrievals and 3 implantations
Complete thread -- thank you for that suggestion
Complete thread -- Really a WAG...???embryos times 3 implantations???
Complete thread -- PSH infertility treatment
Complete thread -- never seems to work for me. of
Complete thread -- aghhh - poi, where were you when we needed you?
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- shoulder rc repair
Complete thread -- a suggestion for the future...google without the quotes first, and then
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- actually I googled "throws in a knot" before I posted, but no hits. Thanks.
Complete thread -- see quote
Complete thread -- google throw a knot - I would use it
Complete thread -- "throws" in the knot? pls sm
Complete thread -- not sure posterior views makes sense with CT scanning. Maybe just post views as in post
Complete thread -- There is a Phase II study group in which surgery has been done, so
Complete thread -- ahhh, thank you so very much
Complete thread -- Beautiful solution. The only thing I would add is another comma...
Complete thread -- thank you both for the help on this monster sentence!!
Complete thread -- what I change "using" to "we used". Little edit as possible?
Complete thread -- I can sort of hear both ways, but I think what sounds like "region" is "views and"
Complete thread -- (how did that question mark get in my post)
Complete thread -- power of suggestion is a funny thing? I can hear it both ways now.
Complete thread -- hmmm... here's what I'd do
Complete thread -- but the sentence just doesn't flow right to me...
Complete thread -- maybe comma after bilaterally, and the .....
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you all!!!
Complete thread -- i thought I heard in the posterior region??
Complete thread -- ☝I think you got it, mt! All I could get was "posterior" but I think I hear views now too
Complete thread -- in the posterior views?
Complete thread -- CT scan demonstrated inflammation around the bowel ____ and hence she was referred
Complete thread -- radical prostatectomy - no idea what to do with this run-on sentence. Sm plse
Complete thread -- fluff and
Complete thread -- ahhh - that explains it (now I have an image to go with the 'nm' moniker.)
Complete thread -- See
Complete thread -- What the hell are you even talking about? Do you even know?
Complete thread -- U like 2 argue. More info? Pt r/out bladder cancer & monocytes looks for & does what?
Complete thread -- yeah, it wasn't monocytes so why are you posting more about monocytes?
Complete thread -- Glad U got it. Monocytes is "PART" of differential, not individual test
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Glans and meatus
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- uncircumcised. _______ negative
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you! I will check this out.
Complete thread -- medical
Complete thread -- the doubt was because OP didn't hear it, not that she didn't know what it was.
Complete thread -- good solve, lb
Complete thread -- glad you figured it out! (I didn't think 'monocytes' was OK, as another helper suggested)
Complete thread -- right. and it was vital signs as the OP posted below. :)
Complete thread -- They wouldn't just do monocytes though.
Complete thread -- A guess (array of electrodes) and would not use without wav for a listen
Complete thread -- It IS vital signs. Threw me off since he said twice I think.
Complete thread -- Spinal cord stimulation removal -- removal of two *s/l rays* of electrodes
Complete thread -- I read your post below doubting Medicomp. It IS Medicomp sm
Complete thread -- I think monocytes ok (called part of CBC differential, breakdown of CBC)
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- Monitor signs (vitals) ??
Complete thread -- s/l Monocytes q. routine
Complete thread -- I too heard injured slower, googles and means, induced injury in the slow pathway region
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- sure sounds like 'injured' to me - I get some results for "injured AV node"
Complete thread -- I can't hear the 'p' at the end, but I think I'd go with "Medicomp"
Complete thread -- It may represent ______ slower AV nodal reentry or mere
Complete thread -- He did have a ______ monitor which demonstrated an
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- dissected from surrounding tissue
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- finder needle
Complete thread -- The graft was _______ at this level
Complete thread -- Using a _______ needle
Complete thread -- It may represent *injured* slower AV nodal reentry or mere
Complete thread -- Thanks. He stumbles and starts to say something like pupils and then corrects himself.
Complete thread -- Tried hearing that previously but doesn't quite sound like it. Will try again.
Complete thread -- pale (but sounds like there is a word before 'discs'?)
Complete thread -- s/l medi calm monitor did find Medicomp but doesn't quite sound like that - is there
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Using a *fyde* needle, the left internal jugular vein was localized
Complete thread -- His discs do appear to be somewhat ____ bilaterally.
Complete thread -- not sure but it is imbrication
Complete thread -- excised with scissors?
Complete thread -- Nope, he's a teenager living at home.
Complete thread -- s/l excise scissor
Complete thread -- MPFL embrocation/repair. Pls sm
Complete thread -- I know, I wasn't sure either. maybe wherever he is, there's a bathroom in the hall?
Complete thread -- Is the hall slang for the bathroom? Not sure how it makes sense otherwise.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- to the hall ?
Complete thread -- during the day (my time), I do. been a natural nightowl for years. :)
Complete thread -- Kadcyla ?
Complete thread -- thanks. You don't sleep much, do you?
Complete thread -- to maroon in color.
Complete thread -- Will add cytotoxic chemotherapy drug to Herceptin instead of Perjeta or may use smg
Complete thread -- His blood ranges from bloody red to normal ______.
Complete thread -- He reports having 6-7 bowel movements per day, now with nocturnal awakenings _____
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- or extended ? too long to get to the word quickly enough again.
Complete thread -- centered ?
Complete thread -- Once extensive bursectomy was performed, I performed an acromioplasty ...
Complete thread -- thanks to isgal and guy
Complete thread -- i also hear the same. not my post.
Complete thread -- bruising or?
Complete thread -- Otherwise negative for fever, weight loss, jaundice, blood in the stool, mucus in the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The access port was
Complete thread -- I then made a subcutaneous tunnel from the lumbar wound to the abdomin ...
Complete thread -- that is much better than mine. I didn't realize Colton was Southern
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- (Google says that's about 20 minutes from Colton.)
Complete thread -- I found a Dr. Rho in Rancho Cucamonga. I can hear Dr. Rho, his pain management...
Complete thread -- of around T6
Complete thread -- There is a Dr. Rosen in Monterey?
Complete thread -- Once I accessed the spinal canal and then I placed the pain pump into ...
Complete thread -- He has a chronic back pain and leg pain and he is on high dose narcoti ...
Complete thread -- parotid tumor
Complete thread -- Need to know what type of operation, but would guess "2"
Complete thread -- phase II operation or phase 2 operation?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Oops. Wrong link. Here it is.
Complete thread -- Yes. See link for usage...though I can't say I really understand the specifics
Complete thread -- this site indicates product can be used for podiatry swab, so podiatric seems okay
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense? sm
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- The deeper aspect was probed with a small s/o podiatric swab
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and centered.
Complete thread -- An intraocular lens of power +22.5 diopters was injected into the caps ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Glad you caught that because I just posted same question below.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. was writing Q-tip throughout the report
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done...because I wonder if Q-tip s/b tube tip
Complete thread -- he stumbles then I think says "tube tip was inserted"
Complete thread -- The new sclerotomy was made just adjacent to that of the old one and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "This covered completely the anterior tube and the region of the
Complete thread -- The patch graft was then sutured over the anterior tube on the surface ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cut shorter with an anterior bevel.
Complete thread -- A corneal incision was made with a Supersharp blade. The Q-tip was ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- anteriorly than previously
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- New sclerotomy was made just adjacent to the previous entry site super ...
Complete thread -- sorry guy, I am rushing too much tonight *obviously*
Complete thread -- my bad...looks like they both get 0 hits
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- well I got 0 hits for supranasal, so I would not use it.
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- google suggesting superonasal but in samples supranasal quadrant, that's why confused
Complete thread -- google "supranasal aqueous shunt" and "superonasal aqueous shunt"
Complete thread -- **supranasal/superonasal** aqueous shunt
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody. Thanks for the tip
Complete thread -- correction...my parameters were ....macular edema anti (and google filled in the blank)
Complete thread -- my parameters...diabetic macular edema anti (and google filled in the blank)
Complete thread -- my search parameters - macular degeneration anti-* medication
Complete thread -- appears to be "anti-VEGF" (SEE LINK)
Complete thread -- Anti-VEGF
Complete thread -- Indication of the surgery was persistent macular edema requiring multi ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Neovascular glaucoma, left eye with persisten ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks for the info. good luck. :)
Complete thread -- hope u r using LED monitor
Complete thread -- sure. :-)
Complete thread -- I'd started reading up " many sources". just learned
Complete thread -- Didn't ask at the time since he said it would be years before
Complete thread -- i.e., the minimal requirements for surgery.
Complete thread -- interesting. is it a minimal size thing, or more a certain decrease in vision?
Complete thread -- dang, I forgot I can do that here too, thanks for reminder, w/do now
Complete thread -- I've a cataract developing as well...but they won't do surgery until it's further along
Complete thread -- they do have surgery for that too :)
Complete thread -- you know you can permanently increase your font size, right?
Complete thread -- thank you...I was trying to figure that one out
Complete thread -- Probably best as either is possible. If you ever hear back, do post...I'm always curious.
Complete thread -- You are right, did misread, having trouble with my vision (cataract)
Complete thread -- i have written long McPherson but left first one blank. just to be on safe side.
Complete thread -- relisten see if you can hear "with" McPherson
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- You have misread...it is superior clear corneal...and here are google supportive hits
Complete thread -- good one Q
Complete thread -- Googling does confirm they do have a "long" model
Complete thread -- Of course, of ccourse Q
Complete thread -- I don't find "super" clear incision, I do find suture(less) clear sm
Complete thread -- I still hear "A long McPherson forceps"...guess it's up to Guy.
Complete thread -- I hear "along" with McPherson forceps and removed
Complete thread -- yes, Premium Cataract Surgery | Premium Intraocular Lenses (IOLs
Complete thread -- That could be it also...they do have 3 mm IOLs
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 A long McPherson forceps (but check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing 3 mm
Complete thread -- #1 Could he be saying "premium lens optic"..see link describing it
Complete thread -- Then, a superior clear corneal incision was created, 6 mm in size. A ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- ah! he has a 40-pack-year history and quit 4 years ago. thanks!!
Complete thread -- I find varenicline for smoking cessation
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: The patient is allergic to capsaicin, gabapentin, Plaqueni ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- missed that last night. good catch.
Complete thread -- Googling brings up "double crush syndrome"
Complete thread -- Right median nerve entrapment of the wrist as seen in s/l*double cross* syndrome
Complete thread -- Thanks much!!!
Complete thread -- freeze-thaw-freeze-thaw works better.
Complete thread -- Not sure of this punctuation/terminology. Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- thanks - it is fine
Complete thread -- for multiple simultaneous (fine? five?) tasks
Complete thread -- The patient still feels some slight hand clumsiness for both ____( 0:0 ...
Complete thread -- I didnt either, but your "sheesh" is right on the mark.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I don't even hear skin hook and scissor - I think "skin incision" is in there?
Complete thread -- can't get blank, but I hear... *usual* sterile manner and local infiltrated at the base...
Complete thread -- I think you're correct! I just skimmed through about 20 past reports
Complete thread -- Global band could be a silicone band that is one form of
Complete thread -- you gotta slow him down.
Complete thread -- Hmm, the doc just now mentions an ocular procedure in the past
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- was dissected ?? dude is too dang fast. where's the fire?
Complete thread -- hook and scissor ______ was closed in layers
Complete thread -- me too...was thinking "glabella" something? probably not though.
Complete thread -- The wound was ______ with a #15 blade down
Complete thread -- I'm thinkin' on it, but so far I'm stumped as well.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think the last word is "layered" - something manual layered closure?
Complete thread -- Here's a stumper: "Right global banding procedure" (on CT head).
Complete thread -- a septorhinoplasty at a later date
Complete thread -- Posted again. I think it is something with my computer.
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- it's not just you... OP has posted the posts w/o the sound files as yet
Complete thread -- I've dumped out and come back in twice..but only old MP3 is there.
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- altered airway with need for ______. She understands and agreed
Complete thread -- Only the old WAV is there
Complete thread -- excisional debridement _____ closure
Complete thread -- Oh - good job! that makes better sense. Glad you figured it out.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- intubated today
Complete thread -- I realize there are google sites saying it can be either Wise or Weiss, but since
Complete thread -- Apparently it is Wise pattern, named after Dr R J Wise per
Complete thread -- :) Thank you all so much!!!!
Complete thread -- I'll get you next time, my little pretty eeeee heeee heeee heeee
Complete thread -- bout time!
Complete thread -- dang, you beat me by 5 seconds!
Complete thread -- giggles
Complete thread -- not tibia... :)
Complete thread -- pubic ramus, I think
Complete thread -- fractured pubic ramus following a fall
Complete thread -- maybe... go ahead and repost yours if you like and I'll give it another listen
Complete thread -- sorry did not realize you were not done
Complete thread -- I hear tibia something, but you posted over my wav and I wasn't quite done.
Complete thread -- She was admitted with a fractured __ following a fall.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I checked there but didn't find anything. Later, she says that he had mycoplasma
Complete thread -- try clicking on the "bacteria" link above and type in "mycoplasma" in search box...
Complete thread -- mycoplasma something (can't tell if it is a species of mycoplasma or another separate
Complete thread -- sounds like expiratory noises to me
Complete thread -- He tested positive for ___ virus and completed a Zithromax course.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pigweenian - haha - sounds like some kind of ugly little crossbreed dog.
Complete thread -- and his pickwickian pronunciation is horrible....pigweenian :)
Complete thread -- that too - the -spiratory part is the only part I'm sure about.
Complete thread -- Are you sure he doesn't say "not clearly coffee-ground?"
Complete thread -- yep, i hear interviewed
Complete thread -- or even inspiratory. I can't tell which one.
Complete thread -- had respiratory (or expiratory?) noises
Complete thread -- (I don't think 'interviewed' is correct, but I can't quite get it)
Complete thread -- #1- COPD with pickwickian syndrome, who was interviewed (?) today
Complete thread -- Chest _________. Heart sounds are regular.
Complete thread -- COPD, _______ syndrome, who was ______ due to respiratory failure
Complete thread -- but I (ignore "period")
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- The patient’s breasts were marked in modified Weiss pattern preoperati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and 2 nodes of 19
Complete thread -- On July 21, 2015 doctor C proceeded with bilateral mastectomies. < ...
Complete thread -- oh, my bad. "that is continuing" is behind it. that *word* is clipped.
Complete thread -- okay, if nothing after it. I'm just getting "saa.."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. m also hearing sound. wanted to confirm it.
Complete thread -- too clipped. fb to me and I'll repost. (maybe "sound" ?)
Complete thread -- The patient came in to the office unexpectedly today as she did not ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- stitch?
Complete thread -- stitch.
Complete thread -- The patient comes in now about 7 weeks status post bilateral reduction ...
Complete thread -- mp3 deleted now
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Completely wrong...disregard.
Complete thread -- thanks, all. :) it's just that deal where if you're away from it long enough
Complete thread -- It sounds like "talo-type" fragment..and I'm thinking he's
Complete thread -- You got it.
Complete thread -- Tillaux-type (check capitalization)
Complete thread -- it he saying Tillaux?
Complete thread -- A lateral incision was made. Fibular fracture was identified. She ac ...
Complete thread -- Congrats for managing to put that together!
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- and thanks :) (sorry, hit Enter accidentally)
Complete thread -- she is indeed a stumbler. "instrumentation"
Complete thread -- thanks. got it. "where the instrumentation is" (she's a stumbler)
Complete thread -- I think she's just saying "where the patient" (getting ahead of herself and stumbling a
Complete thread -- Wonder if she's trying to say "outpatient and is much more refined" meaning
Complete thread -- When she is functionally more ambulatory, the cause of her blurred vis ...
Complete thread -- Think this makes more sense.
Complete thread -- It sounds like he's saying "peritoneal"...is that anatomy correct with your context?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He does have some _____ when muscle tone is tested.
Complete thread -- no. Vlad is right. i was wrongly reading taking to be talking. my cold is bothering me
Complete thread -- No problem. I don't think it would take a lot for that doc to confuse someone.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he have said "about a bur's width, about 7 mm" ??
Complete thread -- got it. thanks poi. was mistaken.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was mistaken and confused. sorry
Complete thread -- I hear "Senn rake"
Complete thread -- he is using "bur's worth" as a form of measurement, it isn't the name of the bur
Complete thread -- Glad you agree. Sounds "odd," but I've found a lot of orthopedic suregeons have their own
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia was administered in the upper right buttock in a tran ...
Complete thread -- i am also hearing bur part but not the bur name. Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too
Complete thread -- it just read (to me) like the pt was going to retension his own rotator cuff
Complete thread -- What do you mean? Do you not think he's saying that?
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- "He" refers to the patient.
Complete thread -- taking about a bur's worth, about 7 mm?
Complete thread -- I felt that that was enough stabilization without essentially over-tig ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- nevermind...I guess it is okay.
Complete thread -- I don't like first part of that file, but can't hear that on wav. Who is HE?
Complete thread -- , especially in light of the fact that we had repaired
Complete thread -- At the end I think I hear "_____ the fact that we repaired the subscapularis"
Complete thread -- He would do better so by retensioning the rotator cuff and not stabili ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- labrum so it did not fray and vitalize edges
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Can't get it all, but the last part is "and vitalize edges"
Complete thread -- I placed a whipstitch in the biceps tendon and cut the biceps at the b ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for pointing out the typo :-)
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but you've got a typo...s/b The lesion appears (singular)
Complete thread -- No wave file, so sorry
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I see you have central one place and sentinel another. any chance of a sound file?
Complete thread -- Whole body PET scan shows S/L central claudication? please SM
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- , not quite full flexion
Complete thread -- He had exam under anesthesia and found to have a near full range of mo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- the *various* risks, benefits, ___ of grafts and means of fixation, and he elected
Complete thread -- I hear something like "various types of grafts and means of fixation and he elected"
Complete thread -- various types of grafts and means of fixation and he elected?
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- not really, no "flags," just a blank, and if more than 2 (on this account),
Complete thread -- But if you give it to him, readers of the report won't know what
Complete thread -- right, I found that, thanks. it is fairly clearly Middleton's,
Complete thread -- I do hear "Middleton's test"....but I toocan't confirm that test ..just the Whitaker
Complete thread -- try again. I think I accidentally deleted while trying to upload a better version.
Complete thread -- I find a PubMed article with Middleton being one of the authors about a Whitaker test
Complete thread -- yvw. I well know *that* phenomenon. sure wish I could clean my cache and do a defrag, lol.
Complete thread -- I'll betcha that is it. I just couldn't get to that brain file! LOL Thank you!
Complete thread -- tangentiality ?
Complete thread -- MP3 posted
Complete thread -- Missing one word here...
Complete thread -- s/l Middleton's test? bladder
Complete thread -- I would also put a comma after high-grade
Complete thread -- thanks!!!
Complete thread -- PanIN-1A
Complete thread -- Final histopathology shows no mucinous cyst and a small cyst with more ...
Complete thread -- Is punctuation correct here?
Complete thread -- he might mean LDH or something for one of the alk phos's
Complete thread -- I flipped my car and landed in a field once, and yeah it was pretty terrifying.
Complete thread -- oh - but I heard albumin *3.8* in between the two alk phoses
Complete thread -- yep, that's how I heard it (except I couldn't tell if it was 302 or 802)
Complete thread -- I heard: I hear alk phos 302, albumin 3.2 and then again alk phos again??
Complete thread -- isnt there an HCO2 on arterial blood gas? i didnt listen but, ...
Complete thread -- It was Sleek angioplasty balloon. nm
Complete thread -- Name of angioplasty balloon, s/l Slake?/sm
Complete thread -- the SGOT was 568 like OP had it, he just stretched it out. What would H302 be?
Complete thread -- I heard alkaline phosphatase (802?) but then gives another alk phos value after albumin?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- SGOT 56
Complete thread -- with SGOT of 568, ______, albumin 3.8
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you so much everyone!!
Complete thread -- meant to post that under Zircol...
Complete thread -- hey, you may be right since that is an Aussie drug and I didnt even think to look at that.
Complete thread -- anyone hear Zircol?
Complete thread -- I thought Feracol (but that is rat poison) so I agree with Seroquel on 5 more listens.
Complete thread -- Seroquel
Complete thread -- medications includes aspirin, Lipitor, __, furosemide, Ikorel and Plavix.
Complete thread -- hey, it'd terrify me too...
Complete thread -- I thought "but" and he meant that overall it was good tp landed in a field as opposed to
Complete thread -- but hear "and was"
Complete thread -- agree with all of that.
Complete thread -- but was/and was?
Complete thread -- headache developing, anxious, landed in field
Complete thread -- developing anxious ____ landed in field _______ terrified by spinning and trees nearb
Complete thread -- tolerated clear liquids and
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- no more pain ______ really wants to go home
Complete thread -- cataract??
Complete thread -- nephrectomy, ________ surgery who presents
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- nonjunctional rhythm. At this time, ... can't get the 2nd one
Complete thread -- 1. AS 2. has been in a Can't get the last one.
Complete thread -- same dictator as below - a few more questions - is it just me??? Thanks!
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- after 2011 and weakness.
Complete thread -- would you add any commas to this long sentence?
Complete thread -- slight disc desiccation.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- MRI was done on October 2, 2015 which revealed the following. There w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- No comma needed between "pain only"
Complete thread -- I hear "his health. Acupuncture"
Complete thread -- He has been to physical therapy which helped a little bit and has only ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- but he can still function with effort
Complete thread -- Today, he arrived with continued pain in his lower back region. He of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- anytime!
Complete thread -- 6 (period)?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...which included six (sites).
Complete thread -- Once confirmed, there was 1 mL mixture of 2% lidocaine and 0.1 mL of 4 ...
Complete thread -- thyroid hypercalcemia ? (or a similar made-up combining word?)
Complete thread -- MP to fast for me. sounds a little like sarcoid glycemia, Slow down on your end, relisten
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- sorry, listened many many times and can't get it
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- 1- yes, really. 2 - who's begrudging? 3 - which holiday is that?
Complete thread -- Amen!
Complete thread -- Really? In the state this world is in, you begrudge a little holiday cheer?
Complete thread -- what a cool place! I'd love to go take photographs.
Complete thread -- haha! I was thinking open appendectomy!
Complete thread -- Yes, I need a holiday cookie for sure, but please make mine a gluten-free cookie.
Complete thread -- Exactly. To everything there is a season. This just isn't the place for it.
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Uhh....me too. I don't like people invading my space, and, while I don't mind
Complete thread -- OP, thanks for your post. Sounds like it reached an audience that
Complete thread -- nor would I, and the hand on the shoulder kinda creeps me out...
Complete thread -- For some reason it bugs me, just because I have a sneaking suspicion...
Complete thread -- But - if not, I'd not capitalize Random Acts of Kindness.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, I think this OP is just making holiday comments.
Complete thread -- did you have a question for the Word Board?
Complete thread -- ah well... I should know better than to try to explain things.
Complete thread -- Random Acts of Kindness, a smile, a word, hand on shoulder, a holiday cookie
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Your post seems like mumbojumbo smoke screen T
Complete thread -- is it supposed to be like Mad Libs? how about: ...roasting on an open laparoscopy.
Complete thread -- hmm... it'd be an open holiday or open holidays, and that's NOT where one roasts chestnuts
Complete thread -- thanks so much! I kept hearing (after seeing the VR draft) "generally figure"
Complete thread -- Generally, if you are going to do...
Complete thread -- Hematochezia, not a lot, with slight drop in hemoglobin, on Plavix. _ ...
Complete thread -- come back in a few wks maybe, too early
Complete thread -- Hee!
Complete thread -- I had a doc who referred to those as "dictatos".
Complete thread -- "like"
Complete thread -- They misspeak sometimes, just as MTs make typos.
Complete thread -- ^above post^ is a response to Darlene's post below "Good for others..."
Complete thread -- Since I am the helper who mentioned 'tidal volume' I will try to explain...
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attacks
Complete thread -- Sometimes wonder how docs get through school: urinary intention. nm
Complete thread -- Good for others, if OP returns, for helpers who did not research PRVC. to help the solve.
Complete thread -- that wasn't the question, not...
Complete thread -- PRVC=pressure related volume control, meaning ABCs values while on PRVC sm
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- Sleigh bells ring, are you listening, In the lane, snow glistening A beautiful sight
Complete thread -- bah
Complete thread -- Chestnuts Roasting On An Open ...
Complete thread -- inflow works, in order to establish if the needle hit the mark
Complete thread -- probably either "and flow" or "of flow"
Complete thread -- steriod injection s/l and flow but wondering if endflow or inflow?
Complete thread -- pin sites
Complete thread -- ankle surgery followup
Complete thread -- nevermind. He was just sliding into the next sentence
Complete thread -- sp toe surgery
Complete thread -- thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Question of
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Chronic tonsillitis. 2. Recurrent st ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I am seeing a lot of *suspended" on google though. Sorry, done listening.
Complete thread -- sorry, I don't hear that. I definitely hear extended.
Complete thread -- may be suspended off with the Mayo stand?
Complete thread -- I know...I can't get it to make sense. I heard tongue, not sure how Mayo stand fits,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be again extended against off the Mayo stand?
Complete thread -- extended against the ______?
Complete thread -- After allowing for the tongue to refill and for the vascular congestio ...
Complete thread -- *my spellcheck, I meant.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Electronic Medical Dictionary confirms vomerine groove, btw.
Complete thread -- I'm going to have to add that one to my autocorrects. my dictionary is showing vomerian
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. vomerine groove...2. of it and was standing ...3. ethmoid
Complete thread -- He had severe turbinate hypertrophy on the mid and the superior turbin ...
Complete thread -- I was halfway hoping billybob would see my comment and remove it. With the crazy world we
Complete thread -- I was also hearing the same. so I guess it's chai.
Complete thread -- I hear chai, like the tea.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- which led me to believe he
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I did probe it and found that once I entered into the spinoglenoid not ...
Complete thread -- thanks!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He was apparently told he had
Complete thread -- a wisp of tissue
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the shoulder, we had obvious tear of supraspinatus, ...
Complete thread -- ...the right lung base. (paragraph) ____ have colon carcinoma ...
Complete thread -- Thank you - my new fact for the day.
Complete thread -- bled in oxygen is used often with masks
Complete thread -- talk about "paranoid." does it make it easier for you to deal with the general animosity
Complete thread -- Patient is on 9 L venturi mask with 2 L nasal cannula s/l bleeding in. TIA!
Complete thread -- like you need an "excuse," Vlad. lol
Complete thread -- we don't know how it was dictated exactly - mt said doc was confusing...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- maybe he is numbering axis 1. I have some who do that, either 1,
Complete thread -- agree.... seems to happen to the best of us. :)
Complete thread -- my qa would just guess themselves and would trust my own over
Complete thread -- seem OP/mt post below. It looks like *deferred* was dicated there
Complete thread -- would not leave axis 2 blank if something is dictated there. 1 and 2 often overlap and
Complete thread -- agree with suggestion and assumption
Complete thread -- I didn't say it said it yielded normal results. I was trying to show
Complete thread -- Interestingly, if you google "truncal aging" you get 2 old WB threads.
Complete thread -- I hear "truncal aging" pretty clearly - I'd assume he means...
Complete thread -- smwhere does it say abg yielded normal results? I don't see it.
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- augmentation many years ago with *truncal aging*
Complete thread -- yes! Thanks for the heads up.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much taco and poi!
Complete thread -- here is a link regarding Dunlop factor
Complete thread -- Dunlop (I can't post a link, but I found it and it fits)
Complete thread -- Denmark is a coastal town in the Great Southern region of Western Australia
Complete thread -- Until her diagnosis of cancer, she worked at the __ factory for over 30 years a
Complete thread -- Thanks guys - will flag.
Complete thread -- I agree - my post crossed yours.
Complete thread -- I tend to agree with a flag. I had a guy who did vital signs like that...
Complete thread -- "734" is probably "7.34" for the pH, and the others are probably PO2 and PCO2...
Complete thread -- he just dictates all those numbers with no pauses or punctuation?
Complete thread -- I think the first number should be 7.34 for the pH?
Complete thread -- No, not correct (see message for *normals*)
Complete thread -- ESL and he is not putting commas or explaining - is this correct?
Complete thread -- by the way, mt....
Complete thread -- jftr - I was NOT recommending substituting and agree with a flag if "Homans" was clear.
Complete thread -- Wish I was intense, maybe I'd drop those 30 pounds I gained the past 3 years. :(
Complete thread -- I would flag it. If not heard, don't substitute
Complete thread -- Stop fighting amongst yourselves, Americans, or I will nuke you all! :)
Complete thread -- Sorry. We Russians are #2, but we try harder. :)
Complete thread -- yep, you sure did complicate matters!
Complete thread -- Wonder if it might have been related to "periodical"
Complete thread -- thanks all for the help!
Complete thread -- oh good, I'm glad you provided a link... I found one too, but I can't post links.
Complete thread -- thank you, much better than what I found in Wiki
Complete thread -- Axis I - Substance related disorders
Complete thread -- drug abuse diagnoses are Axis I; Axis II is personality disorders, intellectual disability
Complete thread -- I'd agree with Axis II (personality disorder). :)
Complete thread -- more explanation inside
Complete thread -- does marijuana and LSD abuse belong in Axis I or II? Doc is confusing me. Thanx
Complete thread -- Just to complicate matters. Intense is an adjective. Intensely is an adverb. If (and it
Complete thread -- or it is fairly intense run/workout ... I agree it makes sense
Complete thread -- well, not the best description, but she is intense about her running.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. he runs fairly intensely (as opposed to running slowly?)
Complete thread -- regular basis, fairly intense....or regular basis. Fairly intense..?
Complete thread -- ☝ ☝ ☝
Complete thread -- or incidents?
Complete thread -- agree-double checking
Complete thread -- I vote for instances in this context, but I don't have any backup documentation.
Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attacks
Complete thread -- is the correct word here instances or incidences-Googling both and seeing both
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Never heard Homans in neck - maybe he meant Hoffman or Spurling sign?
Complete thread -- Homan for neck? anyone hear of this?
Complete thread -- As entertaining as this is, I reported it as abusive.
Complete thread -- oops - you're right! Now I hear it your way: "(period) He/we did not do..."
Complete thread -- POI Keep me out of your post. POI REMINDER/repost I’ve said to you I wish NO contact sm
Complete thread -- I'm catching a "period" after "right shoulder surgery"?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l perianicol
Complete thread -- , (so I?) did not do a
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- He (we?) did not do a ?
Complete thread -- FINDINGS/SUMMARY: The patient had prior right shoulder surgery. < ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- galea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- She had pigmentation in the _____, the calvarium, and the dura, and of course, she
Complete thread -- inside of it?
Complete thread -- The elliptical excision was carried out with a #15 blade and sure enou ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Status post bilateral augmentation mammop ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "tarsal"
Complete thread -- The incision was made with electrocautery from medial to lateral, appr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- entail a
Complete thread -- The risks, benefits, and alternatives were then explained. I think ca ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- This is a 16-year-old male who was running at school in gym and had an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Yes. Also blood flow comment. (see link describing what can be included)
Complete thread -- should i merge it under neurovascular exam heading?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The other digits are
Complete thread -- NEUROVASCULAR EXAM: Normal. WRIST: Nontender <__02:55__> ...
Complete thread -- I actually knew somebody who had malignant hyperthermia.
Complete thread -- fwiw...
Complete thread -- Ah.
Complete thread -- agreed. wouldn't even occur to me to question it being there.
Complete thread -- You might if pt is being evaluated for surgery and they are
Complete thread -- Considering bringing it to the doc's attention.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was confused.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't really expect that sentence under family history.
Complete thread -- I hear "reactions to"
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: Nonsmoker. No alcohol. Good student. FAMILY ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I hear "angled"
Complete thread -- PROBLEM: Left <____> distal radius fracture. ...
Complete thread -- Need more info.
Complete thread -- History of s/l pesinomas.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- indirect
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral inguinal hernias. POSTOPERATI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- thanks to you both for answering.
Complete thread -- Yes. And since OP reports don't customarily have a PLAN section, I was
Complete thread -- The first paragraph can be grouped actual (done or found). Last
Complete thread -- the heading is findings, so this goes to another subject.
Complete thread -- curious...why?
Complete thread -- Don't know how this relates to verbatim, but I would start a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- for further evaluation of her symptoms.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Esophagus was found to be tortuous in nature. The upper es ...
Complete thread -- thanks. no. i thought he was dictating procedure. part. will leave it blank then.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear. Are you supposed to type none dictated when none was dictated?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral inguinal hernias. POSTOPERATI ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Clamps were placed high in the rectal vault controlling the
Complete thread -- A 0.25% Marcaine with epinephrine was used to obtain perianal anesthes ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your input. Rest, posture and action seems to fit best.
Complete thread -- 3 separate things: rest, posture and action
Complete thread -- Definitely "rest"
Complete thread -- definitely "and action" (see link)
Complete thread -- might be "wrist posture and action" see link
Complete thread -- rest, posture and action... (see message)
Complete thread -- Patient does have right more than left rest posture s/l inaction/in action/and action
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The site of the ? ... has healed
Complete thread -- Example of Darlene resorting to personal attacks
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: A small sessile polyp in the sigmoid region was identified ...
Complete thread -- ☝ thanks. "u.d." is a new one on me too.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the tip.
Complete thread -- Kartush (see link)
Complete thread -- No abnormal facial nerve stimulation was noted throughout the entire p ...
Complete thread -- p.s. more fluff to t
Complete thread -- so you actually opened up the .pdf link you sourced?
Complete thread -- yay, glad you approve! I was hoping for something a little more "legible,"
Complete thread -- Cray cray. I read it. The source or documentation was given.
Complete thread -- ☝love it!
Complete thread -- what's really *rude* is cluttering up the board with inaccurate info.
Complete thread -- youse guys,( same 'ol) need to get a grip. Wowie, rude, yawn
Complete thread -- calcaneal vise - as in squeeze test??
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- we still need a good symbol, like a thumbs up, for the opposite too.
Complete thread -- link for Latin medical abbreviations
Complete thread -- link for Latin medical abbreviations
Complete thread -- Better late than never, eh?
Complete thread -- inept and illiterate reasoning, as usual.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (comma) bariatric surgery
Complete thread -- That's what I'm getting
Complete thread -- She has a history of uterine surgery, ____ surgery, and maternal obesity.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- clinic?
Complete thread -- We discussed the prognosis and the need for referring her to the fetal ____ in
Complete thread -- I think you're right - she's ESL and tends to leave out connecting words. Thanks!
Complete thread -- just happened to me to; and URL was changed to HTTPS.
Complete thread -- Sounds like despite on Tenex? Though that's obviously not good English.
Complete thread -- She said earlier in the report that he's on Tenex and I hear it quite clearly here too.
Complete thread -- not sure, but I do not hear "Tenex" in there.
Complete thread -- worked for me, but i never go in there.
Complete thread -- I'ma have to agree here... wow. just wow.
Complete thread -- O.M.G.
Complete thread -- Security certificate for Restuvus not letting me in. Anyone know why?
Complete thread -- His EKG is normal _____ on Tenex.
Complete thread -- Please don't shout. Titrated Second Dose would be TSD, not TDS. You're just wrong.
Complete thread -- Can't find definition?? Tsk, tsk... somebody needs to work on their Google skills.
Complete thread -- TACO, I DON'T 'HAVE TO"MAKE THING UP . 5mg TDS. Second titration. 10mg TDS
Complete thread -- Nah, TDS doesn't stand for that. You're just making that up.
Complete thread -- and actually, 100 mg t.i.d. is a fairly common dosing regimen for allopurinol.
Complete thread -- for next time,looks like from reading =TDS=titrated second dose
Complete thread -- t.d.s. in a prescription is "ter die sumendum" (3 times a day)
Complete thread -- thanks for the help - I flagged it.
Complete thread -- find ..TTS may be TDS. agonist midodrine (2.5–10.0mg tds),don't know definition tho
Complete thread -- s/l TTS may be TDS (found often on google,but can't find def. SM ***
Complete thread -- re: TTS post below, doc states also Midodrine this way, can anyone document this?
Complete thread -- ok, thanks to you both. I gave it to him.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- could very well be. see link for frontal VP shunt
Complete thread -- Seems redundant to me too, seeing as how the P is already for peritoneal, but???
Complete thread -- missing word in there?
Complete thread -- lumbosacral??
Complete thread -- SP lumbar injections medial branch blocks
Complete thread -- Thank ya'll
Complete thread -- I agree - I'd flag that too.
Complete thread -- Pt has gout, find direct application for gout, but you are right re:TTS allopurinol.
Complete thread -- thanks, that was my thought as well
Complete thread -- no it doesn't - "facial" is an adjective
Complete thread -- Wappler is my guess as well, like a Wappler cystoscope
Complete thread -- Wappler device?
Complete thread -- The sl**woppler* device was used to nip the tumor at its very base
Complete thread -- Thank you very much
Complete thread -- Does right facial make sense?
Complete thread -- Is this okay? Seems redundant. right frontal *peritoneal VP* shunt. sm for context
Complete thread -- Unless 100% positive, I think I'd flag that. I can't find allopurinol as a patch anywhere
Complete thread -- I find that for other drugs, but not allopurinol?
Complete thread -- finding "transdermal therapuetic system" that must be it.
Complete thread -- "Allopurinol 100 mg TTS." (then to next drug in list) what is TTS??
Complete thread -- on term s/l "retna" Not familiar, but found CoRoent® interbody fixation device. sm***,
Complete thread -- So far, not finding Nuvasic as a 'Sounds" but does not mean not exist sm ist
Complete thread -- keel ok.keel chisels, keel anchors each piece into vertebral body sm***
Complete thread -- agree, after he stutters.
Complete thread -- Cervical discectomy and fusion with plating- 3 helps
Complete thread -- I hear "and gluteus maximus fascia"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Unable to find "exact phrase, but probably ok ABD pad used as spacer sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- superficial and deep to IT band _____ rectus fascia.
Complete thread -- Oh, dear. Emaculate vs immaculate. Caught it in time. Geesh!
Complete thread -- _____ tube in the rectum and Foley
Complete thread -- elution of the antibiotic cement.
Complete thread -- buttock. _____ was noted in the rectum and _____ in the penis
Complete thread -- Client filled in blank with crouch and crouching.
Complete thread -- five days allowed for _______. Indications, complications
Complete thread -- scratch that - i hear "point percent" -
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- point 5 percent is what i'm hearing.
Complete thread -- can't get it (I tried to hear half percent, quarter percent, or point 5 percent but can't)
Complete thread -- consisting of 1% lidocaine and ______ Marcaine plain anesthetic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tanks, lb
Complete thread -- me thinks you're right...
Complete thread -- sounds okay, multiple layers of sutures.
Complete thread -- using this
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- towards the midline. *Multiple layers* were placed on both the right and left side t
Complete thread -- if only it really were "The End" with you, but I'm sure you'll be back.
Complete thread -- it was a s/l and I'm sure it is really "on thigh muscle" that was dictated.
Complete thread -- use of a spacer...does that make sense here?
Complete thread -- If that's how it was dictated and you trust that, I'd put on-time ... with a hyphen. But
Complete thread -- Googling is a continuous learned skill as well as interpreting the data.
Complete thread -- I'd probably only comma after digits,
Complete thread -- 4.2 mm (googled)
Complete thread -- hmmm I googled that exactly in quotes and got squat.
Complete thread -- yes, taco, uh ha, there IS "on time muscle firing" and not worthless
Complete thread -- good gawd people stop arguing all the time. ZZzzz hitting delete button
Complete thread -- Again, you are not using any quotes in your google search so it's worthless.
Complete thread -- says four two shaver - does this mean 4.2
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- makes sense to me lacy exudates
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation for sentence here?
Complete thread -- I'd consider going as dictated "on time muscle firing patterns"
Complete thread -- s/l lacey exudate
Complete thread -- thigh muscle (the /m/ sound is coming from "muscle")
Complete thread -- PT after hip arthros
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- not your word, but MRI is of his right knee and ?? and what?
Complete thread -- gave up on it
Complete thread -- MRI knee
Complete thread -- "efflux" is the word, but it'd be something like "effluxing" or "efflux of" clear urine
Complete thread -- Ureters were normal position s/l e-flex urine. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- oh yeah - by 11 seconds!
Complete thread -- dang it, ya beat me again.
Complete thread -- wait - might be saying thorascope (?)
Complete thread -- he says "thoroscope" but it should really be "thoracoscope"
Complete thread -- fiberoptic fluoroscope is what I hear
Complete thread -- the 5 mm 30 degree _____ was advanced
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- I will listen again.
Complete thread -- R U sure it isn't fiberoptic bronchoscope (see google hits)
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ??anthracotic?? (see google hits)
Complete thread -- What procedure(s) is/are being done?
Complete thread -- allowed
Complete thread -- Further dissection _____ identification of the bronchus intermedius transition to the
Complete thread -- somewhat firm and ______. Each of these sites was sterilely dissec
Complete thread -- mm 30 degree *fiberoptic* fluoroscope
Complete thread -- while leaving a patient's home (what I hear
Complete thread -- stumbling? in the patient's home.
Complete thread -- no WAV file.
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 75-year-old active nurse who had a fall whil ...
Complete thread -- May be more like *crash/ing* (dictator with a drawl). Not finding anything solid
Complete thread -- The right arm was placed over a soft post and a time-out procedure was ...
Complete thread -- She is tender to calcaneal *vice* on the right. Dx is Sever's.
Complete thread -- When standing, these arches *crosh* into pronation bilaterally
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- is a high index of suspicion for a plica
Complete thread -- Thanks. was hearing the same but flagged.
Complete thread -- Due to ongoing symptoms of pain, the patient was considered for arthro ...
Complete thread -- tonsil?
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- can't get it
Complete thread -- I thought maybe started with "c," ciliary something, but just kept scrolling down the list
Complete thread -- The nasopharynx showed swollen area in the left posterior wall of the ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i saw it but i thought it started with S and got nothing like the sound like
Complete thread -- Pseudoexfoliative glaucoma (see Stedman's Ophthalmology, glaucoma)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it. I thought I heard the beginning of the word "silicone" at first,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: <____> glaucoma, left eye, with histo ...
Complete thread -- the edge of the nipples
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- secured _____ the nipples ? (can't catch blank area)
Complete thread -- We then placed our full-thickness skin grafts on the recipient beds bi ...
Complete thread -- I understand your reasoning, which is generally a good one, but so much as that not really
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. just wanted to give u the hang of his accent
Complete thread -- in anticipation for harvesting
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention to the abdomen where we infused tumescent ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- then morcellized
Complete thread -- A portion of bony cartilage was removed from an anterior-to-posterior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- oops...abundant
Complete thread -- abundance cerumen?
Complete thread -- cleaned of all cerumen?
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room, placed in a supine posi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- yup what pie said...I left out a word :)
Complete thread -- enough so to where it just hanging on essentially by a thread
Complete thread -- biceps, enough so to where it was just hanging on essentially by a thread.
Complete thread -- Had the right arm underwent a diagnostic arthroscopy, first by establi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 8 (see, she's a stumbler ... 8, 8)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- This was preparation of the wound bed to receive a full-thickness skin ...
Complete thread -- and: we *anticipate* in this patient (not anticipated)
Complete thread -- that is, "at the T-junction"
Complete thread -- stumbling over T-junction ? (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- tried--I can't get it
Complete thread -- Other potential risks and complications included but were not limited ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- long nipple to fold distance....large type?
Complete thread -- Preoperatively, a thorough and comprehensive discussion with the patie ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't mean to be insensitive above. Sorry about your sister.
Complete thread -- perhaps meant to say started at age 16, smoked for 3 years, quit for 3 years and started
Complete thread -- should also mention that patient is only in their 20s, so doc is not say 30 years ago
Complete thread -- this makes me scratch my head at this math
Complete thread -- Sorry about your sister's cancer and the death in your family, LB. I hope your sister
Complete thread -- It's not your imagination - it is drawn out/redundant/stupid. I got it.
Complete thread -- bad day today, a lot of BS and redundancy and I am just on edge. Things that have nada to
Complete thread -- just the extra wording... (SM)
Complete thread -- you win
Complete thread -- glycine ? (googled pretty good if this is a urinary catheter)
Complete thread -- oops - it's spelled 'glycine' with a c
Complete thread -- glysine?
Complete thread -- colistin?
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong with that. Am I missing something?
Complete thread -- continuous irrigation with sl*cly-sing*in the operating room. This will be switched
Complete thread -- I just had one dictate that Prozac is a "prolongating medication"
Complete thread -- No question, just a rant - this is one reason I despise verbatim:
Complete thread -- dang girl, you are good!! :)
Complete thread -- woot woot! I think so too, but I'd like to hear it again to confirm.
Complete thread -- whooooo good one, T!!
Complete thread -- findings warrant or finding in the colon warrants.
Complete thread -- ooh ooh - wait! mp3 is gone, but I have another guess! "Treatment: Nails pared x 10."
Complete thread -- oh boy,
Complete thread -- yes - nose packing it is.
Complete thread -- she has nose packing?
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- yep, unless there is some product that sounds like "nailsperiod".
Complete thread -- she has no *spiking*. Will need to be observed
Complete thread -- probably misspoke.
Complete thread -- yea, that too.
Complete thread -- yeah, I agree the "x 10" part means all 10 toenails, but the period seems out of place.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- i heard "period" too ?
Complete thread -- agree with all. (all 10 toenails)
Complete thread -- I'm not sure. It doesn't sound like that, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (I'm not saying that makes sense though, it's probably something other than "period")
Complete thread -- I hear the same
Complete thread -- I hear "treatment nails (period) times 10"
Complete thread -- note you have a typo -- "let hip" s/b "left hip"
Complete thread -- Treatment ______ and no oral antifungal
Complete thread -- I thought that too (tho' normally I hear GC/gonorrhea with chlamydia)
Complete thread -- makes sense to me..the portion of the muscle in the biciptal groove of humerus
Complete thread -- it also shows a lot of roofs of atriums (architecture) ... just my 2c here. worth 0.5 c
Complete thread -- nailing is fine (intramedullary nail) nailing is a common word in hip surgery.
Complete thread -- The patient underwent *nailing* of her left hip and is now admitted for restorative r
Complete thread -- oops - not sure what i did there. gimme an umbrella. :(
Complete thread -- ,
Complete thread -- T for trichomonas maybe?
Complete thread -- ulnar styloid?
Complete thread -- MRI shoulder s/l intra groove
Complete thread -- T? chlamydia
Complete thread -- s/l ulnie stylie fracture
Complete thread -- I have no idea what you mean "my post reflected total L# only., fuzzy tho" -but that's OK
Complete thread -- The point is that "roof of left atrium" wasn't even dictated, so how would
Complete thread -- Yes, Taco, I know referring to L4, my post reflected total L# only., fuzzy tho
Complete thread -- Yes, taco, merely try to "share" with "others" how to get quicker results, you are
Complete thread -- yes, one could google all day with various keywords.
Complete thread -- if one googles " roof of left atrium" get 197,000 hits, depends on "key words" used
Complete thread -- good job
Complete thread -- but the fracture is at L4 - I agree with BB's interpretation
Complete thread -- yes, I suppose it does, but I think "roof" makes better sense in this context...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not sure, may be referring to which # of L spine, i.e., #1 thu #5
Complete thread -- root makes pretty darned good sense too. :)
Complete thread -- yes, roof (of the left atrium) makes sense.
Complete thread -- pulmonary vein isolation with connecting lesions at*roof*and posterior wall about a m
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- agree with wag and it googles well
Complete thread -- (it is the sound file on the above post that contains this part of dictation too)
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you.
Complete thread -- I suspect he means one half SM
Complete thread -- fwiw - I think it is just another word for the same muscle
Complete thread -- Chronic L4 vertebral body fracture s/l *one second of* vertebral body
Complete thread -- did you listen? Sounds like more syllables than "longus" to me.
Complete thread -- no, changed my mind, I think it is "longissimus colli"
Complete thread -- longus colli
Complete thread -- not latissimus - "longus" I think is what he is trying to say...
Complete thread -- (and? under?) longitudinal traction
Complete thread -- head halter traction?
Complete thread -- The man clearly clearly clearly dictated a "Z". There was no doubt about it.
Complete thread -- the esophagus _______. This space was then
Complete thread -- s/l latissimus colli muscles
Complete thread -- patient was placed in 5 pounds _____retraction. The patient’s arms were
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I *heard* it in my mind (from the context) before I even listened.
Complete thread -- wow taco you are so amazing! I would have never heard that! Thank you!
Complete thread -- pattern
Complete thread -- I hear "pattern"
Complete thread -- a nadir
Complete thread -- QRS duration is 130 milliseconds with a left bundle branch block _____.
Complete thread -- weight has gone up to 65 kg, having reached ___ of 63 kg some months ago.
Complete thread -- ?? distal medial ?? (since it is above the medial femoral condyle)
Complete thread -- maybe Z is P Sound alike. Piloptic drops are used for treating certain types of glaucoma
Complete thread -- There is swelling in the medial aspect of the left thigh, distal s/l*mental* region.
Complete thread -- dislo (dislocation)?
Complete thread -- ankle x-ray sp subtalar fusion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, alternatives discussed with the patient and
Complete thread -- at term. The risks, benefits, and alternatives were discussed with the patient and
Complete thread -- repeat cesarean section ________ consent given
Complete thread -- how about 'fabella'? That one actually would totally fit the context.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's reading this from patient's handwriting, clearly it is wrong.
Complete thread -- thanks-going QA-hearing L sound
Complete thread -- (I don't know that it would necessarily fit with "noted posteriorly" though)
Complete thread -- baja? (like patella baja)
Complete thread -- knee x-ray-assessment is bucket handle tear
Complete thread -- yep. was just hoping for a fluke like a very similar alternate spelling
Complete thread -- I listened just for the hell of it - it is clearly spelled like you said.
Complete thread -- mp3 up if you'd like to listen.
Complete thread -- Betoptic
Complete thread -- what I was thinking too; had to leave 2 blanks, though, since said so clearly. thanks :)
Complete thread -- Zioptan?
Complete thread -- for glaucoma. (later Dx: Glaucoma. We will continue her Zioptic.)
Complete thread -- anyone heard of Zioptic? very clearly spelled, probably over-the-counter/supplement
Complete thread -- a lot of it was
Complete thread -- I felt that she was over-projecting and had a significantly bulbous ti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- degreaser
Complete thread -- The eyes were closed. The face was prepped with a <____> and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- symptoms corresponding
Complete thread -- The patient is a 58-year-old right-hand-dominant very active male who ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Good. Pillar is confirmed. (see google link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- made a tiny nick in the
Complete thread -- The palmaris brevis was identified and incised in line with the incisi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "and it stayed" ?
Complete thread -- I then used 1% lidocaine without epinephrine in the area of the carpal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "pillar"....what type of surgery?
Complete thread -- All risks of the surgery were discussed including but not limited to c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could be 3 minutes. I found one PubMed report where
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done....because I think I hear 3 minutes
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- TOTAL TOURNIQUET TIME: <____> minutes. ...
Complete thread -- we went back (not were)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- like the other side.
Complete thread -- We were able to remove the implant without difficulty. The shell was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tattooing of the site.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Proximal ascending colon mass. PROCEDU ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- I placed a comma. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- dx: atrial fibrillation status post ablation. Comma before s/p?
Complete thread -- I was able to find support for focused ablation, but you might listen for
Complete thread -- I didn't think so and couldn't really find anything to support it.
Complete thread -- I will turn in. Tired of it now. Thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- Would that make sense. No sound is not much better for me either.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard *a bulb*
Complete thread -- yeah, the sound has to be better on your end..you must be recording with a mic
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I rather hear 'and it rolls of the scaphoid, or ..'and it pulls off the scap
Complete thread -- Where does the 'focus' go? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- and then above off the??
Complete thread -- on this forward endoscope
Complete thread -- laparoscopic
Complete thread -- yeah, that was my first take...then I listened too many times and started auditory
Complete thread -- The patient will consider s/l lap-ruh-tom-ic exploration of retroperitoneal adenopath
Complete thread -- scapholunate ligament injury.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. EGD report
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Recurrent carpal tunnel syndrome with teno ...
Complete thread -- After the patient was given general endotracheal anesthesia, the patie ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I hear 'right' around the pad but can't be sure.
Complete thread -- minimal at the perineum, right around the pad? probably from the pad? (not sure)
Complete thread -- 1. chuck 2. right around the pad. #3 I don't hear anything
Complete thread -- Posted again. Thanks
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. sorry.
Complete thread -- After BTL. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- where dissected in planes??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that sure makes sense :)
Complete thread -- The tissues in the right angle clamp were then closed with suture liga ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing for #2 The lymph node was excised
Complete thread -- #2 and once done was excised?
Complete thread -- 1. lymph pedicle? #3. lymphostasis
Complete thread -- This was grasped with a Babcock and controlled across the <____ ...
Complete thread -- Sounds to me that although despite above noted problems, satisfactory healing continues.
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- I could kind of hear "or" after your suggestion, but still seems more like "and" to me.
Complete thread -- never mind, and seems to be correct
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought I heard "or"?
Complete thread -- and ?
Complete thread -- missing connect word. sm
Complete thread -- Nah, no need to feel stupid- it isn't obvious that a "hook" would be used for dissection.
Complete thread -- Got it. Feel so stupid....dissected
Complete thread -- Eye lens implant. Does not s/l reflected. But 'deflected' does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Duh yourself. I'll be puzzled about whatever I want to be puzzled about.
Complete thread -- the poster listened but didn't answer until a later time when it
Complete thread -- exactly...that is why I had to go look it up. He couldn't snark if I gave him a script :)
Complete thread -- coming from anyone but guy, I'd probably think it was snark as well.
Complete thread -- too funny...I thought he was being snarky when he said it *sorry for the botheration*
Complete thread -- oh, believe me, I say similar to that too.
Complete thread -- "Persnickety" is a favorite of mine... hmmm... I wonder if it is because it describes me?
Complete thread -- I love that word. It's in the same vein as whippersnapper and persnickety, lol.
Complete thread -- haha..guy used botheration on this board and I had to look it up too!
Complete thread -- You have an extra letter in there or is it a "!"
Complete thread -- I gave it to her...but geez.
Complete thread -- eek - I don't have anyone who dictates "agreeance" and I don't like it either.
Complete thread -- I have just one FNP that uses that word and it is like nails on a chalkboard to me...
Complete thread -- it's in the dictionary..I would use it
Complete thread -- Disregard got it figured out - it was Duaklir!
Complete thread -- Medication dua-claire
Complete thread -- If you confuse so easily, perhaps you should go back to bed, or drink some coffee to wake
Complete thread -- ah... just saw you already posted that.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I think I'd put "There were no" ... complications.
Complete thread -- The patient was in agreeance, which irks me. Are we in agreement? or...
Complete thread -- I drink it all day long because it's cheap but I like the taste. I didn't know they
Complete thread -- I am confused on what your post means or is asking
Complete thread -- oops, I just read t's message and I agree.
Complete thread -- I already said what I *think* it means in 2 of my posts below...
Complete thread -- or maybe they just checked the vision at a close range (near), hmm
Complete thread -- Hear point too, but does anyone know what it means re: vision?? Must be something to do
Complete thread -- should be there "were" no obvious. . .
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- could be either one - I hear "ranges" more often, but I like "planes" in this context
Complete thread -- what's normally heard? ESI Ranges of motion or planes of motion?
Complete thread -- thank you! now I know for next time! though I am not sure how the other helper did hear
Complete thread -- I apologize. It DOES sound like she says "point blank".
Complete thread -- just now re-posted, though I had sent job already with blanks next to left and right :(
Complete thread -- Pg. 72 BOS has:
Complete thread -- To the poster above, I'm a little puzzled...
Complete thread -- Sorry, OP, I didn't even snap there was a wav for this, and now it's gone...
Complete thread -- It sounds very clear "point blank" I'd go as dictated.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear that too where I couldn't before :)
Complete thread -- quote clean coronaries unquote
Complete thread -- "clean coronaries"
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Observe this: My moniker is "rme" and my posts are my contribution to the thread.
Complete thread -- thank you, I had never either so was unsure lol!
Complete thread -- never heard of "point-blank" to describe vision - maybe just wants you to leave a blank
Complete thread -- vision (either point blank or put blank)
Complete thread -- nevermind-doc correcting himself
Complete thread -- sp knee surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- "just to the level of the glot"
Complete thread -- just to the level of the (glottis?)
Complete thread -- "to the glot" glottis
Complete thread -- At this point, under direct visualization, the endotracheal tube was s ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not sure what numbering you are talking about - he isn't numbering at all.
Complete thread -- 1 - rate of a 2 - The patient is having a
Complete thread -- oops got an extra "2" not #22
Complete thread -- #22. based on source of trouble swallowing
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant patient that was found to have an abnormal PET ...
Complete thread -- rme (NOT poi) posted twice in this here thread - the initial post, the followup post.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- changing
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Truncal lipodystrophy and <____> nevus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- contour
Complete thread -- Healthy soft tissue attachments had been left on the upper lateral nas ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thumb pressure
Complete thread -- The osteotomies were carried all the way up to almost nearly the media ...
Complete thread -- These were performed very carefully in a very routine fashion without ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- actually, not jmo (see link)
Complete thread -- an appearance of ?
Complete thread -- I don't think I'd put a comma between component and dorsal, but jmo.
Complete thread -- no. he dictated in one go. Dorsal hump poor nasal tip support and wide bony nasal vault.
Complete thread -- We separated the medial and middle crus of the lower lateral cartilage ...
Complete thread -- is the comma dictated?
Complete thread -- nope. but ball of the foot does.
Complete thread -- does bowl of foot make sense?
Complete thread -- nothing missing. its his way of saying component dorsal hump reduction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- something missing here?: Open rhinoplasty with component, dorsal hump reduction...
Complete thread -- of rhinoplasty
Complete thread -- A thorough and comprehensive review of the potential risks and complic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a finer (i.e., smaller caliber)
Complete thread -- Again, special care was taken to mitigate contour irregularities by us ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Note s/b created (not crated)
Complete thread -- I hear "the prospective"
Complete thread -- We identified the lateral border of the pectoralis major muscle and th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "outer quadrant slits of the tail of Spence of the "
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Symptomatic macromastia. 2. Bilateral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with the thickness of the flaps being?
Complete thread -- He did say *in*, but I am not sure I would have left it in after his correction
Complete thread -- We then made the vertical limb incision superficially through the derm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- Did you hear the "in"...I kept it in the change because I
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I'm so glad you too felt he was changing his mind.
Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "pattern ?in superomedially" and googling does
Complete thread -- correction to * superiorly and centrally based* (no medially)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Symptomatic macromastia. PROCEDURE PER ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it at the same tension,
Complete thread -- I opened up the AC joint using electrocautery but no formal Mumford wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also I hear"released in the area"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "just getting ?the (or ?her)"
Complete thread -- She had some frayed tissue and a small area of arthritic changes in th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I also hear *do best with retensioning*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Can't get the blank...but R U sure he didn't say "not drop into the joint"..I seem
Complete thread -- I thought I would have to ....drop into the joint (not trap)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- We evaluated the labrum some more and found that she just had tremendo ...
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think he changed his mind to say "She did require" (from "I did require"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #2 "?a (or ?the) last bit of"
Complete thread -- I hear #1 "once we put her to sleep"
Complete thread -- Prior to going back, we did evaluate her. She was a little tight. Sh ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- (period) I could see a large trigger nodule.
Complete thread -- (period). There was a large trigger nodule.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear something like "Appeared to be a large trigger nodule."
Complete thread -- The neurovascular structures were brought out of the way. I released ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no problem. thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Boy did I screw up that one. Sorry guy!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abrasion of the biceps anteriorly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CORRRECTION: What is hear is "Upon entering in the shoulder, moderate etc"
Complete thread -- and placing
Complete thread -- Upon entrance in the shoulder and moderate synovitis, obvious superior ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- barely allowing passage of the endoscope
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- who is *U* and *my*? Who are you talking about? I owned my post so
Complete thread -- U referred to "my" initial post was vague, the one where you owned it fragile bone poi
Complete thread -- I quite agree with you. Your QA is incorrect.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did flag it but QA changed it back and said that they both mean the same thing.
Complete thread -- Let me re-answer....The paragraph given say "AAP cautions
Complete thread -- QA wrote "either way, they mean the same thing."
Complete thread -- Thanks for responding. I just posted a clarification.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your response, but if you read the sentence again, the doctor is saying that
Complete thread -- I would not...I would type labrum and tell spellchecker to ignore
Complete thread -- See below. I just posted a response.
Complete thread -- To say so-so has cautioned to use soy-based formula in
Complete thread -- If anyone could answer my post below about "caution to" and "caution against," I
Complete thread -- Also, my spell checker never askes if I want to accept spelling always or just once.
Complete thread -- So do I leave the sentence as I have it then? Thanks
Complete thread -- With Word I just manually override by deleting. Sometimes it
Complete thread -- spell checker wants me to type 'labrums'. How do I edit? Thanksb
Complete thread -- does anybody have an opinion on this?
Complete thread -- thank you, poi!
Complete thread -- border of the clavicle
Complete thread -- Subacromial decompression.
Complete thread -- Okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dynamized nail seems okay with the context (when googling)
Complete thread -- I would only cap Westfield
Complete thread -- Does this sentence seem correct toward end ...dynamized nail? Thanks
Complete thread -- Should Westfield School System be capped?
Complete thread -- It is Suture Card. Thanks
Complete thread -- GRYPHON ANCHOR WITH PROKNOT. I think suture cart is correct. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l suture cart
Complete thread -- Do "caution to" and caution against" mean the same thing? I think they're opposites,
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap unless it was part of the name of a specific facility.
Complete thread -- convalenscent center or Convalescent Center?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- *both ways*...
Complete thread -- Google has it both words and MS Word spellcheck takes it as 1 word, so I'd say (SM)
Complete thread -- Is it finger webspace or web space to be exact? Thanks
Complete thread -- right, and for one to accuse another without a moniker, well...
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- is that your moniker?...I don't think I have seen *observer* around
Complete thread -- Mine has been in a pot pie for leftovers, so ... it is GONE now.
Complete thread -- Dieter Buck-Gramcko's tendon retriever.
Complete thread -- Perhaps further explanation would help on the word "fragile" sm.
Complete thread -- Yah and I'm placing sanctions on Turkey (not the kind of turkey you Americans are familiar
Complete thread -- s/l 'Deeter' Buck-Gramcko tendon passer. Can't confirm the first part. Thanks
Complete thread -- is that you,
Complete thread -- My ears want to hear "REA," but don't know what it would mean.
Complete thread -- *kinda* - cuts off too fast.
Complete thread -- WAV is kind short - filled out "something" at Monash...
Complete thread -- Hmmm...
Complete thread -- Rudeness. Can't use your moniker? can't contribute anything other than rudenss?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was thinking something like that to describe caput medusae.
Complete thread -- mebbe some sort of troll code?
Complete thread -- mebbe some sort of troll code?
Complete thread -- I didn't mean you - I meant the helpful poster who gave us a "link" to her google search
Complete thread -- so thankful I blanked it. Glad we have wonderful QA too!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I did google it but nothing came up. This is why I
Complete thread -- yes, you too can google it
Complete thread -- Yes, fragile Crohn's disease.. lining of colon becomes very fragile and easy to damage
Complete thread -- blank filled in for the fragile _________ disease if anyone is
Complete thread -- further investigation with a colonoscopy and I filled out the ___ to go on the waitin
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- also, no comma after 55-year-old who has
Complete thread -- huh? what does that mean?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- QA filled in the blank..... fragile Crohn's disease....never heard of that...
Complete thread -- change my mind - has anal fissure, listened once again. No "has"
Complete thread -- I hear has had anal fissure
Complete thread -- or past anal fissure...
Complete thread -- post anal fissure (what I hear)
Complete thread -- has anal fissure?
Complete thread -- ischaemic heart disease (he has two stents),___anal fissure, obstructive sleep apnoea
Complete thread -- not that my opinion matters this late after the question.
Complete thread -- I just googled too and that is all I can come up with too. Maybe a stutter on the "ga" ?
Complete thread -- Me either - but "prominent" came to mind without hearing the wav.
Complete thread -- might be saying "both stents" (see where says "both" stents.
Complete thread -- fragile bone disease?
Complete thread -- Did you remove the wav? I don't hear one.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- __?___to "avoid" the uterine segments.
Complete thread -- Always try and post more clues, pt being seen for what? PMH etc
Complete thread -- With washing and negotiation, the scope...
Complete thread -- Could post the IR procedure
Complete thread -- full with food. The _______ endoscope was brought into the duodenum
Complete thread -- I think ok, but double check, rewind listen for left ischial "spine" sp
Complete thread -- tp has fragile s/l gabone's disease.
Complete thread -- She has ______ vascular marking
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Stomach was full with food. The *washing negotiation* endoscope was brought into the
Complete thread -- Therefore, a decision was done to approach *both stats* continuously.
Complete thread -- the internal os and _______ to the lower uterine
Complete thread -- delivering of the left *left ischial head*. The umbilical cord
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Flow control cannula?
Complete thread -- It was not grossly unstable. An anterior portal was created in the ro ...
Complete thread -- thanks all.
Complete thread -- sounds clear to me.
Complete thread -- I hear what nm hears.
Complete thread -- that makes sense but I sure can't hear it.
Complete thread -- alcoholic liver disease
Complete thread -- Father is deceased, had cirrhosis and alcohol _____ disease.
Complete thread -- yep... I didnt hear that at first, but you're right!
Complete thread -- "left" hepatic tree,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I like yours better than mine...
Complete thread -- I hear "zero to go"....it's a phrase...see google link to see how it is used
Complete thread -- ?EUS (endoscopic ultrasound)
Complete thread -- EUS ? (exam under anesthesia) ?
Complete thread -- will be suitable and consent obtained
Complete thread -- CP: cholangiopancreatography ?? (googles well with the "or transhepatic approach" ??
Complete thread -- , transhepatic will be ______ to go and consent obtained
Complete thread -- nevermind... I have dyslexia today!
Complete thread -- PC pleural catheter?
Complete thread -- need drainage procedure either by *C P* or transhepatic approach
Complete thread -- s/l an E O S
Complete thread -- Hopefully op returned, if not, maybe w/help for next time.
Complete thread -- and I've not had many pronounce that one right, so ... it was just my WAG.
Complete thread -- yep knew it looked familiar
Complete thread -- AREDS - PreserVision Eye Vitamin AREDS Formula Tablets
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know - never heard that one before
Complete thread -- like a sliding scale
Complete thread -- is also (a) scale for usage of... (?)
Complete thread -- is also s/l scoe-fir usage of intravenous insulin drip for initial control TIA!
Complete thread -- Never mind, I found WOC (wound, ostomy, continence). Interesting specialty :O /nm
Complete thread -- s/l "wock" consult (ESL). nm
Complete thread -- Pt w/foot ulcer. "s/l*WOC* consult and x-ray of leg to rule out osteomyelitis." sm
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- NM. Nodule.
Complete thread -- persistent consolidation of right lower lobe with left lower lobe s/l not-yule TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l air-itz formula 1 tablet TIA!
Complete thread -- I sent it in for query. Thanks for taking the time to help! :)
Complete thread -- E. faecalis?
Complete thread -- s/l e-k-salis and pseudomonas
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! Big difference. Updating my notes
Complete thread -- AND - allow natural death (see link)
Complete thread -- AND - allow natural death (see link)
Complete thread -- Finding some reference to vitamin D status in infant critical care. ?
Complete thread -- Considering life support for 1yo patient, on *A and D* status
Complete thread -- simply a mavelous guess
Complete thread -- good try! I've read too much on it today and gave up.
Complete thread -- and RDI (respiratory disturbance index). I still think the doc is getting something
Complete thread -- Hypoxemia or Hypopnea-Pulse oximetry-Index ?? (HPI...I am totally making this up as a
Complete thread -- Oxygen Desaturation Index (ODI)?
Complete thread -- Thanks, t.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's not just saying it wrong. I can't think of anything else either.
Complete thread -- Patient with cardiology issues as well as OSA seeing a cardiologist for followup.
Complete thread -- good solve, Q!
Complete thread -- with an effective orifice of (see link)
Complete thread -- benzonatate (fits the dose and COPD)
Complete thread -- St. Jude Medical™ Masters HP Series
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- the 17 HP valve __________ 19 mm St. Jude mechanical
Complete thread -- I got it. SOrry.
Complete thread -- Waterston groove
Complete thread -- opened in *waterson’s* groove
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- See link for examples of term
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "restrictive parameters versus essentially close to normal." ????
Complete thread -- Woops...didn't catch that ....thanks
Complete thread -- I'm checking...but note s/b indicates (not indications)
Complete thread -- does not have any COPD, maybe possible restrictive s/l pare-uh-tin-bur-tiss TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I can't find anything remotely close either. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything
Complete thread -- s/l men-an-zuh-date 100 mg 4 times daily as needed. TIA!
Complete thread -- I could hear it once I listened to my wav online. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Palmar fasciectomy for Dupuytren's contracture.
Complete thread -- you too Taco and all my other WB friends, Happy Thanksgiving:)
Complete thread -- you make a good case, lb... but no matter what, I bet it was "looping"
Complete thread -- or (see my link LOL)
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Could be either way, but I think he's referring to looping of the scope (see link)
Complete thread -- having said all that, it is great my husband gets paid for 2 days he didn't have to work!
Complete thread -- There were probably afraid of being bashed for asking people to work
Complete thread -- agree, but I'd say looping of the colon, hard to get the scope throuugh.
Complete thread -- I only had a half shift but probably have to work tomorrow...
Complete thread -- looping (of the colonoscope)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l lew-fing sm plse for context
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Working today but out of work more often than not.
Complete thread -- Enjoy your time off, guy! Lovely song, pretty video too. (see inside for English lyrics)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Listening to this made me want to sleep. <yawn>
Complete thread -- I kinda hear "esophagus" too - but knowing what the CT scan was for might help.
Complete thread -- good pickup, lb - I hope the OP sees it. + Happy Thanksgiving!
Complete thread -- Esophagus? wonder what the radiologist said?
Complete thread -- spilt - split?
Complete thread -- vitamin D supplements ______ was noted to be tender
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- penis Filatov flaps
Complete thread -- furl or flap (?) (sorta makes sense to me)
Complete thread -- It was a WAV. The doctor said "flow significant". That was the answer.
Complete thread -- inner collar skin in a *ferler* flap type fashion
Complete thread -- Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy your vacation.
Complete thread -- Going on 3-day Thanksgiving Holidays
Complete thread -- Have a good day. Going on days Thanksgiving Holidays.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had an accompanying ?
Complete thread -- The patient is an athletic 16-year-old male who had a traumatic should ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- some advanced. Also, should be "being evaluated."
Complete thread -- After undergoing MRI arthrogram and been evaluated, the patient was co ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- alpha angle
Complete thread -- I don't know, but that guy sounds exactly like Marco Rubio.
Complete thread -- The patient is an athletic 19-year-old female who was diagnosed with f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I hear "without associated ulnar styloid fracture."
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: Four-part intraarticular distal radius fracture ...
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link)
Complete thread -- Patient will have stool for culture as well as ova s/l cysts and parasites. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- viruses and
Complete thread -- Past history is unremarkable except that she does work around the chil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- ebullient
Complete thread -- Yes, I think poi is right with "incisions" (plural)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- to bring all the skin incisions into close approximation (he makes corrections)
Complete thread -- after corrections I think he says "to bring the skin incision into close approximation"
Complete thread -- Since these are the patient's words, they may not be medical and I
Complete thread -- At this point, then took the 2 remaining leads and implanted them into ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient states her mood is s/l am-bull-ee-on. TIA!
Complete thread -- "Putting English on the ball" in billiards means making it spin...I don't
Complete thread -- I think I hear "again it would give English" ....there is a phrase
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "needle"
Complete thread -- we then placed an SCS lead up the posterior epidural midline coming to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction and the link.
Complete thread -- I think he says "finding"...also think it s/b "in the posterior" (not of) (see link)
Complete thread -- At this point, we then placed a Tuohy 14-gauge spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I think I hear "are explicit to"
Complete thread -- See link below...how you get them is to click on "Archives by Date", then
Complete thread -- archives by date (top of board on the right)
Complete thread -- We additionally discussed the risks and benefits as they <____> ...
Complete thread -- Is there a way to call up/read earlier posts from 11/25/15. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Relief could not come to a more deserving lady.
Complete thread -- I wish her the best. I have high hopes for her. **Relief could not c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- What I think he actually said was:
Complete thread -- We then made a small portal with a #11 blade scalpel through this work ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- No need for hyphen on stem cell concentrate. Some terms
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- EDTA. These were sent (see link)
Complete thread -- What is the procedure name?
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "as first flush," or maybe "this first flush"
Complete thread -- Free flowing blood marrow was then seen. We aspirated approximately 3 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- On #2 I have a problem...What I think I hear is "PSS" which
Complete thread -- #1 "locale"
Complete thread -- At this point, we blocked the lateral branches of the left L4 lateral ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think the second blank is anecdotally
Complete thread -- I can't make sense of what he wants for #2
Complete thread -- On #1 I think he changed his mind and wants " and that it has not been
Complete thread -- At this point, after having discussed the nature of this, that it has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would change to "and, of course, there is a significant
Complete thread -- On the flip side of that is, in
Complete thread -- There is also possibly need for surgery, failure of the procedure to w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "last lead"
Complete thread -- we then easily passed a SCS lead up the posterior epidural midline com ...
Complete thread -- I believe it was an ER note, not an OP note. And in any case
Complete thread -- There 2 caroatid arteries left and right , U.S. showed zero to 49% occlusion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nevermind. turning for second level.
Complete thread -- #2 is "M-110" (see link)
Complete thread -- Pledgets soaked with Afrin were placed bilaterally in the nasal cavity ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a pleasant boy who has a history o ...
Complete thread -- Yes. See these google hits with photo
Complete thread -- A limited tenolysis was done using a s/l tenotome. Thanks.
Complete thread -- See link...49% would not be considered as needing operation, especially as
Complete thread -- Nothing flowed significant. A 49% occlusion (clogged) IS significant "no flow"
Complete thread -- ACL Bone Mulch and Arthrotek component
Complete thread -- because "elevated at for now" makes so much sense.........
Complete thread -- There is no specific rule about when compound nouns should
Complete thread -- :) thank you :)
Complete thread -- "occlusion, i.e., nothing flow significant." - how I hear it.
Complete thread -- or is it i.e., nothing, flow is significant?
Complete thread -- nothing "flowed" significant or flow?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nothing flow significant (it does not limit the blood flow)
Complete thread -- I THINK he's saying "flow significant"...see what you think
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- I agree with "for now"
Complete thread -- I wonder if cath-on is "cath(eter) and" was then inserted into the stomach
Complete thread -- Bet you're right with 5.9, though. I "kinda" hear it.
Complete thread -- I thought 12.9, but that would be more than "mildly" elevated from what I can find about
Complete thread -- this pubmed article on the nomenclature and symbols shows to use > (meaning
Complete thread -- typo...I mean "introducer cannula"
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "introducer catheter"...see link for google examples
Complete thread -- I can't hear diddly squat of any of that, but 5.9 sure doesnt sound right.
Complete thread -- Are you sure it is intravenous. That doesn't make sense in the context of the sentence.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- PEG tube placement, s/l intravenous cath-on sm for sentence
Complete thread -- 200.9 ?
Complete thread -- can't make heads or tails of it
Complete thread -- anyone hear 5.9?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- for now?
Complete thread -- I'd probably leave it as dictated...
Complete thread -- holesterol is mildly elevated at __ with a glucose of 6.4
Complete thread -- I definitely hear codeine, but have never heard forte after it before
Complete thread -- that's how I understood it
Complete thread -- you sure he doesn't say "Codapane Forte"?
Complete thread -- codeine forte? Or Panadeine Forte?
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- He clearly says "but" - and now I'm thinking it might make sense that way.
Complete thread -- I also hear *do*
Complete thread -- should I change the 'but' to an "and" maybe?
Complete thread -- okay, after one read, I was ignoring it. :) *not a clue*
Complete thread -- I was expecting "do not" from the context, but it sounds like "do" to me.
Complete thread -- bleeding and perforation but (?do or do not) need to be removed.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- me too? (I'm a big ol' wino)
Complete thread -- Wow. I guess I don't ever do that kind of medicine (genetics?). Nada clue.
Complete thread -- Fluff to POI
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Googled, and I think you got it right T. Google link that might give help to OP.
Complete thread -- Girl, I wish I could help. I've never had this one before, but googling, see it a few
Complete thread -- cheers! :)
Complete thread -- right. I can't document Roman or not, but I usually use 3-4, just don't mix 'em. :)
Complete thread -- I had a whole paragraph written here, but then my puter locked up. (SM)
Complete thread -- whichever way, don't mix - either - 3-4 or III-IV
Complete thread -- She says C to T. Which sign seems appropriate. I found them both ways but more >
Complete thread -- I found "metaphyseal broaches" - can you hear that?
Complete thread -- total knee - see msg.
Complete thread -- Parkinson's disease...
Complete thread -- OP is describing ingredients of a compounded topical pain preparation.
Complete thread -- any mention of reason for admit, dx, pmh or dosages given
Complete thread -- ahhh, thank you taco!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "perhaps" ?
Complete thread -- giving the iron
Complete thread -- I think we can try ___ but if her iron levels fall in the near future again
Complete thread -- 82-year-old male with hypertension
Complete thread -- Yes - welcome! We actually have a lot of fun here sometimes (I do anyway).
Complete thread -- sounds like I should stick around here more. ;)
Complete thread -- I think you mean "infamous." You're right - there are plenty of helpers here...
Complete thread -- stuffing!
Complete thread -- I wanted to ask there who the famous 4 helpers are. I'm not here that often, but in the
Complete thread -- possibly because of the bullying that goes on here so often
Complete thread -- But, riddle me this. It is stuffing - or dressing? LOL (I stuff my turkey...)
Complete thread -- I didnt read any of the posts, its just what I heard, then i read the posts.
Complete thread -- I wondered that as well. I've come across the same thing once before...
Complete thread -- must be. Unusual for us not to be able to post, so he must've blocked it for some reason.
Complete thread -- strange - I wonder if it's something billybob did
Complete thread -- only option is "Return to Messages"
Complete thread -- I found orphenadrine and imipramine in a compound like that, but not much like your s/l
Complete thread -- Enevoprine medication?
Complete thread -- no you're not - I noticed that as well
Complete thread -- Am I the only one who can't post a reply on the thread started by "ter" about halfway
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- no probs - you obviously weren't the only one who heard it that way.
Complete thread -- It may not be a "real" word, but I wouldn't consider it slang and I'd use it.
Complete thread -- barrel-chestedness? verbatim but no slang allowed. Is this acceptable?
Complete thread -- sorry for confusing you all with "essentially."
Complete thread -- Hey, you know more than most! It took me a couple listens...
Complete thread -- fwiw- i heard essentially too and can't hear contributing at all, but hey what do I know?
Complete thread -- it wasn't "essentially" - taco and Q got it below.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that may be "essentially" ___?______pain
Complete thread -- Disregard this.
Complete thread -- go with the suggestion above of "palpable" ...I hear it now and it can make sense
Complete thread -- I wonder, however, whether she MEANT to say ....that may possibly be
Complete thread -- picked up *on* the CT scan that may contributing to her palpable(?) pain"
Complete thread -- that may be contributing to her possible pain
Complete thread -- It also is possible that X developed an intercurrent gastrointestinal infection
Complete thread -- Sorry can't get it, wait for others tho
Complete thread -- Starburst ... with smart popcorn ?
Complete thread -- #2 sounds like "some Smart Popcorn" (not sure about capping - I think it is brand name?)
Complete thread -- NUTRITION: When asked to list everything she ate in the past 24 hours, she reported
Complete thread -- You are roght, but I'm going out of town, so won't be around to wish a "happy"
Complete thread -- turkey day? We recognize/celebrate "Thanksgiving" but not until tomorrow.
Complete thread -- addendum Just noticed the "source" was cut of on copy/paste
Complete thread -- still here. thanks
Complete thread -- Wishing you a pleasant and peaceful turkey day if your household recognizes this day
Complete thread -- yes, I believe it is fine sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear it now too, fwiw, if the op is still there.
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- Polypoid tissue and ethmoid cells were *enlarged* using the microdebrider
Complete thread -- I like this.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I thought maybe "like to determine with me" but can't make that out either.
Complete thread -- "to ___ with me" Sorry, I can't get it after many listens.
Complete thread -- concerned with ??
Complete thread -- thanks. sm
Complete thread -- Do you have more context? What comes before this sentence?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- rotting
Complete thread -- However, if there is anything that you would like to do ___ me, give me a buzz.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reposted. thanks for letting me know
Complete thread -- He said it involved bone
Complete thread -- sorry posted my wav withou refreshing. pls upload it again.
Complete thread -- Looking in his mouth, however, he has a number of ___ teeth and dental roots exposed.
Complete thread -- As a result of that accident, he had some sort of surgical procedure done in his
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- when it was originally in ?
Complete thread -- It had the number 320 cc on its posterior surface. We initially injec ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fundal
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Esophageal diverticulum x2, gastric polyp. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dissected down...with releasing? placing? of our retraction
Complete thread -- Of note, during the case, we made sure that as we dissect down and exp ...
Complete thread -- 1. bed
Complete thread -- I think you guys were wrong on the post six down re: instrument tray.
Complete thread -- Lateral side had significant chondral defect and wear here at the capi ...
Complete thread -- right you are :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- Kocher - link
Complete thread -- Well I don't think any of you were very helpful to the OP, it must be an inside joke.
Complete thread -- We then closed the portals using 3-0 nylon and turned our attention to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- what was threatening?
Complete thread -- "threatened" by whom?
Complete thread -- seam??
Complete thread -- he repeated "with the biceps" so take one out,...______ addressed?
Complete thread -- actually the 4 helpers didn't make up stupid garbage trying to make
Complete thread -- Uh oh. I think you are being threatened ter. Notice how the 4 helpers gave no help
Complete thread -- He had similar issues in his left shoulder and did better with the bic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-). he says rentensioning clearly and in samples also.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- You could see where it was
Complete thread -- Upon entrance into the shoulder, he did have significant fraying of th ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I also see "retensioning"used.
Complete thread -- R U sure he is saying "retensioning" and not "and tensioning" (see link for
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- chondrocyte
Complete thread -- Elbow arthroscopic evaluation and limited debridement and DeNovo/< ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lateral collateral ligament
Complete thread -- and good looking out, ter, to notice how wrong that was. :)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Instability, pain, right shoulder biceps tendi ...
Complete thread -- it's only one person who thinks that, the usual suspect.
Complete thread -- Pls see last comment.
Complete thread -- I think you guys were wrong on the post six down re: instrument tray.
Complete thread -- Don't think this is an operating room tray. It is specific to the component.
Complete thread -- haha, that's awesome!
Complete thread -- Spelling error above. If you truly hear "fanning", it could be a visual description.
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- It s/l it could be 'stop.' Thanks for the help! I will suggest but turn in.
Complete thread -- Could it be inframmamary cutaneous (said really fast?)
Complete thread -- DX: SUBLUXATION WITH INSTABILITY, SUBTALAR JOINT. Thanks
Complete thread -- that's all I'm finding similar also, which I don't hear him saying either.
Complete thread -- Thank you, guys!
Complete thread -- dang...
Complete thread -- .
Complete thread -- .
Complete thread -- I am finding a HyProCure subtalar implant (see link) tho I don't clearly hear him say that
Complete thread -- sharing... my ☂
Complete thread -- hyperlink for above link inside
Complete thread -- very, very wag
Complete thread -- fwiw, should be "with regard to that"
Complete thread -- stabilization with arthrodesis, subtalar joint.
Complete thread -- I would lean to this suggestion(oasis) or some form of word fascia
Complete thread -- Sharing. surgical instrument tray & x-ray/imaging used in the OR, tools needed to wor
Complete thread -- Ignore-- just saw already suggested
Complete thread -- standing? nm
Complete thread -- nevermind, just got it. "with regards to that"
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- fasciocutaneous?
Complete thread -- Does he mention any deformities anywhere earlier in the report?
Complete thread -- No...it's an "f" sound, fanning, fanni..
Complete thread -- standing? Guess.
Complete thread -- Breast reconstruction. The s/l*fanni*cutaneous deformities were excised bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Later again, he says axilla & corrects to maxilla; so safe for me to change
Complete thread -- I have nothing to contribute but a giggle on this one. :)
Complete thread -- Wow, I'm hearing Marfan, but that is wayy wrong. ?? SORRY!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- maxilla?
Complete thread -- pls sm, doc says "axilla" but that cannot be right. ENT OR report
Complete thread -- hmmm, ok thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I can visualize an umbrella tone on this x-ray...
Complete thread -- I thought that initially but sure sounds like it starts with an N to me
Complete thread -- anyone hear Lovan?
Complete thread -- my thoughts exactly...beat me to the questions
Complete thread -- they see the instrument tray on x-ray? Did they leave it there after surgery?
Complete thread -- Navane?
Complete thread -- tray is instrument tray. Dural may be drill..Transtibial femoral tunnel drilling
Complete thread -- tonsillectomy and anxiety and is currently on ___ and intermittent Nexium
Complete thread -- yes, I'm sure of that too-still thinking about it
Complete thread -- not much help but I don't think dural belongs in there at all
Complete thread -- ahhh, I was thinking I maybe heard that but had to be sure, thank you poi!!!
Complete thread -- invalid
Complete thread -- x-rays status post ACL reconstr.
Complete thread -- accident that left him some deficits and he is now on __ pension.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- typo=too
Complete thread -- what is legal aid toom?
Complete thread -- and maybe 1st one is "investigations with " but still not sure anything is in the blank.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- not so sure there is anything in the 2nd blank, sounds more like a stumble. SM
Complete thread -- oops typo..."to give (to) her (info on her medical/legal) rights and"
Complete thread -- Many women in general and in domestic violence not aware they have rights & legal aid toom
Complete thread -- I would think means "to patient (to) her (info on her medical/legal) rights and"
Complete thread -- to give her HER rights? Otherwise, looks fine.
Complete thread -- probably referring to her rights as a parent with a child in CPS custody.
Complete thread -- Nicole from social work to give her *rights and* domestic violence resources.
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. I appreciate the feedback.
Complete thread -- I get that, I just don't see it as a reason to flag - and your other example said "showed"
Complete thread -- Here are images of what is seen during fetal heart monitoring (includes
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, need help, thank you!
Complete thread -- Didn't mean hear, either.
Complete thread -- oops, visualize tones
Complete thread -- You don't hear or visuaize tones.
Complete thread -- She refers to it 3 times in the report. It looks ridiculous, but that's what she gets.
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason for a flag.
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- not verifiable
Complete thread -- She refers to "fetal heart tones" in the following situations. Would you flag it?
Complete thread -- need more clues. Possibly Comfrey, alternative med. for back pain, osteoarthritis etc sm
Complete thread -- Possibly a diabetic med, just in a list with Farxiga, etc.: *comtray* ?
Complete thread -- Pls disregard this last one.
Complete thread -- Sorry Guy, just read your post - I agree with you!
Complete thread -- I hear: The fluid wave that......
Complete thread -- If still need the blank, repost wav? cuz nobody will get that blurred snippet
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wav only gives snip of a word (?) Guessing you figured out last blank?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- Also, is it less depressed THAN in preop?
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav, but "improve" should be "improved."
Complete thread -- The scar tissue is less depressed in preop and certainly improve. She ...
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Complete thread -- possible
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left knee <____> osteoarthritis, media ...
Complete thread -- yeah, what she said :)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- more here. see link
Complete thread -- adnexa always plural.
Complete thread -- matt
Complete thread -- rise?
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Complete thread -- I think you have your answer...Having said that, I would transcribe as dictated
Complete thread -- compared to the other side 1 to 2+ compared...dislocate it but she did ride to the?
Complete thread -- Once under general endotracheal anesthesia, had the arms examined unde ...
Complete thread -- adnexum?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- you're right. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- I think I hear pertinent positives
Complete thread -- based on *a* 14-point
Complete thread -- Was conducted by office...there were no further treatment positives?
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: <____> questionnaire and based on 14-point ...
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Complete thread -- I saw him in the office...him. After a lengthy discussion with him, he
Complete thread -- is a 37-year-old male with a history of right-sided Achilles tendon ru ...
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Complete thread -- Primary repair
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right Achilles tendon rupture. PROCEDU ...
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Complete thread -- A prerequisite
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- We also discussed liposuction of her flanks which will be done at the ...
Complete thread -- I case anybody else notices it, the CPT should be 14060
Complete thread -- it is OR guy. you are correct
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- an overall fee of
Complete thread -- Some excision of this scar as an extension of the Z-plasty would be do ...
Complete thread -- Winquist intramedullary saw, Winquist technique and Winquist III and IV).
Complete thread -- To clarify, light duty type (you don't need hypens, really)
Complete thread -- I think you should leave exactly as you have it. It reads perfectly clear.
Complete thread -- I believe expansion laminectomy also called decompression(open up) laminectomy
Complete thread -- copy/paste of above...
Complete thread -- that's how I do it, for -like, -type, and -wise anyway.
Complete thread -- I was thinking there was a rule to only hyphenate the last word
Complete thread -- Agree...at the time I didn't realize it was an acronym, although I
Complete thread -- someone will probably correct me, but I'd do it 'light-duty-type activity'
Complete thread -- light duty type activity or light duty-type activity?
Complete thread -- I think the discussion does not have to deal with trademark name,
Complete thread -- thanks for info, new to me.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing that.
Complete thread -- here's where I got corrected, if you're curious.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- yes, sometime in the last 8 years I was told (and verified) this is an acronym.
Complete thread -- billybob, see link. did you change your mind?
Complete thread -- fwiw this is what hpisum.com states:
Complete thread -- brand name is abbreviation for "all-cotton elastic."
Complete thread -- I looked in the archives, and it looks like the common trend here is to cap only the first
Complete thread -- I only use all caps before inhibitor.
Complete thread -- I've always capped the whole thing according to the brand name.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- only first letter capped
Complete thread -- That's it: Toe to groin. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Do I have to cap it all, or is first letter capitalized sufficient? P.S. No acct. specific
Complete thread -- You don't know if you're a he or a she?
Complete thread -- ...ACE wraps all caps.
Complete thread -- toe-to-groin?
Complete thread -- After bilateral knee surgery: Total 'groin' Ace wraps applied. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Looks like you're the one starting the fight. If I knew I was going to be credited as a
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- and I'm pretty sure it is hyphenated (self-catheterization). I'd also put
Complete thread -- Omnicef?
Complete thread -- She was started on *amnicept* for a total seven days.
Complete thread -- never mind - bad day here (proximal tube)
Complete thread -- paraplegia, status post *expansion* thoracic laminectomy
Complete thread -- tubal ligation s/l proximetry? Sm for context please
Complete thread -- This must be the "group" I see so often here bashing
Complete thread -- Don't be picky, he/she hit wrong key, Looking to pick a fight. ?
Complete thread -- Mr. Sam Spacialitay?
Complete thread -- All I see is a Winquist classification.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- oops oops, read it wrong, you had it spelled right.
Complete thread -- I think you meant "equipoise"=balance/equilibrium
Complete thread -- s/l ischial, sacral ischial, sacral lateral ligaments. plse sm for context
Complete thread -- Thank you!
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Complete thread -- I think he is saying equipoise. Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- WITSY 4 still seems reasonable as WISC IV (wis-see four) IMO. Also note that
Complete thread -- Patient with atrial fibrillation/atrial flutter, status post
Complete thread -- s/l *WITSY-4*
Complete thread -- 0.125%
Complete thread -- 40 mg of triamcinolone and **8th percent** Marcaine was injected without difficulty
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- hooo-OOO ra-a-a somebody found it. Should copy to archives for others too
Complete thread -- thanks for returning for update
Complete thread -- maybe s/l intimated is- ulcerated "intimal" mucosa (inner most membrane or layer of organ
Complete thread -- hmmm.. thanks for the thought. I will relisten.
Complete thread -- Song classification
Complete thread -- or rather, attenuated?
Complete thread -- tenuated?
Complete thread -- missing word pls sm
Complete thread -- P.S. When it's bilateral, it's common to have them performed several months apart. Not
Complete thread -- QA didn't think it was a correction and left it as is.
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- List of eponymous fractures and other good ortho stuff at bottom
Complete thread -- Dd look, no luck w/epicondyle fracture classifications etc. Check back, others may get it
Complete thread -- Hard to tell. I don't think he's correcting himself, but I would probably flag since it's
Complete thread -- ISGAL since UR here and MP# still up can you listen, 4 down the page
Complete thread -- I listened several times, does sound like a stumble by dip in voice tone but do flag st
Complete thread -- agree because see where is says circumference of canal (round like rosette).
Complete thread -- It's pretty clear.
Complete thread -- addendum I notice on google 2 different 1st names, sam spacialitay mayB relative
Complete thread -- pg 818 Stedman ortho 5th Winquist also pg 2338 Tessier surg word book
Complete thread -- maybe rosette is correct? as in, in the shape of a rose? How clear is it?
Complete thread -- something twist, maybe? wag
Complete thread -- were placed in a *rosette* fashion circumferentially around
Complete thread -- that should say, was solidly fixed, however...
Complete thread -- the s/l*win-quist*, it was solidly, however, so an extended trochanteric osteotomy wa
Complete thread -- sounds like *Song* type 5 fracture of epicondyle, unable to document.
Complete thread -- It doesn't sound like a correction to me. I wouldn't have thought twice
Complete thread -- flagged - didn't feel safe to guess
Complete thread -- Does it sound like he's correcting himself from left to right or did the patient have
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- Using a switching stick technique, anterior portal was established wit ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "being uppermost"
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and positioned supine on t ...
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Complete thread -- I think he stumbles then says "to both of her shoulders while"
Complete thread -- This patient is a 38-year-old female who sustained injury <____ ...
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "via the string(?s)...see google link for descriptions
Complete thread -- We will plan an outpatient stent removal in approximately 4 days’ time ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "clean (period)"
Complete thread -- We then were able to advance the Bagley semi-rigid ureteroscope up the ...
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Complete thread -- s/b stone-free (with hyphen) one of those that keeps the
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Complete thread -- parencyhmal?
Complete thread -- We advanced a flexible 7.5-French ureteroscope up to the kidney and a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody.
Complete thread -- through the stent (and left in?) the kidney
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