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Complete thread -- intact but had a large tongue-like spur
Complete thread -- intact. _____arch _____ like spur inferior patella that
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Complete thread -- The superolateral and inferior parapatellar portal sites were establis ...
Complete thread -- In the ER, his initial vital signs are his blood pressure is 116/54, pulse 78, sm
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Complete thread -- ??female with underlying history of anxiety etc??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "female _______"
Complete thread -- olecranon pouch normal....(Also note: "released, deep layer broken down, tendon"
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- _____ pouch normal.
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- #2 Superolateral (not direct lateral) and anterolateral ports made. (Is what I hear)
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Complete thread -- This is a 60-year-old __________with anxiety and depression who was admitted to sm
Complete thread -- Note: Superolateral portal was utilized. (It is one port.)
Complete thread -- normal. Superior <____> were normal. A 3.5-cm incision was m ...
Complete thread -- The left upper extremity was sterilely prepped and draped in the usual ...
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Complete thread -- He said, "I think I said, 'Tourniquet time none, but it was 35 minutes.' "
Complete thread -- mass ________
Complete thread -- He tolerated the procedure well. Blood loss was minimal. Tourniquet ...
Complete thread -- #1 All 4 runs? of
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Complete thread -- This had created some wear of the
Complete thread -- There was a spur at the lateral epicondyle which was resected as a par ...
Complete thread -- No loose bodies noted. Direct lateral and anterolateral portals were ...
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Complete thread -- which has failed
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Complete thread -- At present, clinical impression is that of possible recurrence of pneumonia and _____
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Complete thread -- Of note, the patient
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Complete thread -- __________ the patient is being taken care of at home by his family.
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Complete thread -- which was released. He had bent the 0.045 K-wire...
Complete thread -- done in 4 days time
Complete thread -- The patient had a severe Dupuytrenís contracture which was released &# ...
Complete thread -- sending in.
Complete thread -- Repeat CBC to be done in __________ Dr. Davis and follow up with them in a week or sm
Complete thread -- Yes the counts slow started to improve. Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- s/l*laprinocyst, unchanged - PMH
Complete thread -- the counts slowly?
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- The patient was evaluated and was found to have hemoglobin of 6.3 with pancytopenia.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it
Complete thread -- Irrigation and aspiration handpiece was used to remove the residual vi ...
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Complete thread -- resident in the?
Complete thread -- At this point, Healon was injected beneath the lens implant and the an ...
Complete thread -- Got it...
Complete thread -- Cardiac arrest...
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Complete thread -- all metacarpals?
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Complete thread -- Carpal tunnel surgery
Complete thread -- yeah, all I can make out for sure is the "olol" at the end.
Complete thread -- or stumbling over nebivolol
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Complete thread -- stuttering on labetalol??
Complete thread -- pantoprazole, ______, meropenem 1 g three times
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- vacuum
Complete thread -- She does have evidence of facet ____ changes which would be the only evidence of a
Complete thread -- which is why I said "flag" below. I wasn't telling her to use the word.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- who has a history of
Complete thread -- I kenw it was a word like htat and I just couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- As you know, she is a 46-year-old female who ___ recurrent neck pain, now treated
Complete thread -- anomalously ?
Complete thread -- The MRCP portion of the MRI shows no extrahepatic biliary dilatation a ...
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Complete thread -- I don't see a run-on sentence. Do you even know what one is?
Complete thread -- I'm with you. Better a flag than a wrong answer.
Complete thread -- postobstructive
Complete thread -- postobstructive pneumonia?
Complete thread -- This can represent atelectasis and s/l pulse-obstructive pneumonia. TIA!
Complete thread -- dilaudid and "dollitali"? A little too far apart. I'd flag.
Complete thread -- I'd bet I'm right (I've heard several people who say it that way) but you go with what you
Complete thread -- Slurred that word so...
Complete thread -- Dilaudid pronounced wrong.
Complete thread -- Drug Abuse...
Complete thread -- Or, s/l lipolasate might be lipo(=liposuction) aspirate removed, (slanging)
Complete thread -- a guess with run on sentence, maybe referring to Cox Meds nonsteroidal
Complete thread -- oops here's the combo link
Complete thread -- Definition of lipo...seems to be combining format of lipo-....so I would
Complete thread -- Also here is definition(s) of lysate (see link)
Complete thread -- This clinic article uses term 'lipo' and lysate (that which was removed) as two
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Complete thread -- WAG - maybe something about her neck?
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Complete thread -- I can find lipolysate in some medical articles and web pages, but.... ?
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery, abdominoplasty sm
Complete thread -- strenthenig knee before surgery s/l cox a nex
Complete thread -- Can't get the 2nd one. sorry!
Complete thread -- (not was) with an associated PE tube seen in the
Complete thread -- 1. switched sides
Complete thread -- Ofloxacin otic drops were infiltrated into the right external auditory ...
Complete thread -- A size #4 otic speculum was passed in the patientís right external aud ...
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Complete thread -- phonate (at decent frequency?)
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Complete thread -- balloon.
Complete thread -- Subsequently, the scope was removed and the 12 mm to 15 mm <____&# ...
Complete thread -- There were no masses in the oral cavity, oropharynx, or hypopharynx. ...
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Complete thread -- Vocal cords were
Complete thread -- Subsequently, a fiberoptic nasal laryngoscope was gently passed to the ...
Complete thread -- Re-inspection again revealed that all bleeding had been controlled. A ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
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Complete thread -- 1) a known diagnosis of 2) muffling, and pulling and has had
Complete thread -- Right tympanic membrane was intact and the ear tube was in the externa ...
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Complete thread -- This is a 45-year-old female who has <____> diagnosis of Menie ...
Complete thread -- typo - starting (not staring)
Complete thread -- Now she feels that her swallowing is staring to tighten up again.
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 19-year-old female who had an initial balloon ...
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Complete thread -- frequent (???) arousability...desire for naps
Complete thread -- desire for naps, low sleep latency. (Also it's frequent nocturnal
Complete thread -- but the ... are not helping. She is constantly tugging and
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Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 7-year-old Caucasian male with history of snor ...
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Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is an 18-month-old patient with const ...
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Complete thread -- well known to our practice, who had 2 previous (sets) of
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient is a 41-year-old gentleman  ...
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Complete thread -- billybob got it.
Complete thread -- elevated progressively.
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Complete thread -- I think he's saying "pretty aggressively"
Complete thread -- A #15 blade scalpel was used to make an incision through the mucosa an ...
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Complete thread -- I don't hear anything after curettage except SURGEON: etc
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Menometrorrhagia, fibroid uterus, possible po ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "The toe"
Complete thread -- After incising through the capsule and after beginning our incision th ...
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Complete thread -- I think he wants "knot going into opposition" (not apposition) (the
Complete thread -- We then untied the knot and tightened it a little bit tighter and then ...
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Complete thread -- I actually hear "palpating to, so, any small"
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- palpating for any (what I would type)
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say "palpating any"
Complete thread -- The trapeziectomy was performed removing the trapezium with an osteoto ...
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Complete thread -- in each bone.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "in each bone"
Complete thread -- A mini TightRope guidewire was placed just volar to APL to the base of ...
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "settings 10/5 with etc" (see link)
Complete thread -- nevermind, that doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- setting set?
Complete thread -- BiPAP secondary to increased work of breathing with s/l setting-stent over 5 TIA!
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Complete thread -- piercings
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, the patient was marked preoperati ...
Complete thread -- oooh....I like that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. searched with filled in samples and got
Complete thread -- "____ filled them up to"
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Complete thread -- ______filled them up to
Complete thread -- We re-prepped the skin, changed our gloves, and cleaned the instrument ...
Complete thread -- well, it's your report :)
Complete thread -- it is standard heading at the end. also m hearing it clearly
Complete thread -- I can't get it, but I don't hear "Recommendation"
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Complete thread -- Feathering
Complete thread -- Once the anesthetic had taken effect, liposuction was performed with p ...
Complete thread -- COLONOSCOPIC IMPRESSION: 1. Multiple diverticula throughout the col ...
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Complete thread -- straddled the fold.
Complete thread -- within 5 cm of each other.
Complete thread -- Tattoos were placed next to both of these polyps on the distal side of ...
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Complete thread -- Further progression through the bowel showed 2 large similar polyps in ...
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Complete thread -- bowel.
Complete thread -- advancement to the cecum identified...
Complete thread -- In the rectum, there was a peculiar, somewhat petechial rash with unif ...
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Complete thread -- Lofstrand is all I can think of, though not like your s/l
Complete thread -- Digital exam showed normal anal sphincter and rectal wall. The colono ...
Complete thread -- Type of crutches
Complete thread -- Do'in the Snoopy! (see link)
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM! Dance away :)
Complete thread -- p.s. and if it is that, I'm going to do a Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- Consider might be "machine oil consistency" see link
Complete thread -- s/l mush-ee-no consistency fluid evacuated from subdural space. Brain is TIA!
Complete thread -- Impediment or obstruction?
Complete thread -- no other s/l*bid-i-ment to obstruction
Complete thread -- thank you, pesky english word lol!
Complete thread -- roving.
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Complete thread -- aha! Thank you as always b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- Chvostek's ?? all I can think of. or Rovsing (fits better)
Complete thread -- parietal
Complete thread -- There were a few adhesions between the right lobe of the liver and _____ peritoneum.
Complete thread -- psoas sign or *rostick* signs are present.
Complete thread -- sorry got it
Complete thread -- discomfort on motion of the *pinay*. Nose: Nasal
Complete thread -- I figured but that is not what she said so thought it might be something else. Might flag
Complete thread -- makes a lot more sense but sure s/l puff.
Complete thread -- tympanitic is the word, so non-tympanitic would work I think.
Complete thread -- s/l nontympaninic
Complete thread -- identified as above?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- island identified as a puff (you heard it right) ?? whatever that means.
Complete thread -- the distal radius and almost an ______. X-ray of the elbow
Complete thread -- Thanks1
Complete thread -- Bethanechol'
Complete thread -- "Bifanocol" for urinary incontinence. ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- I hear bone
Complete thread -- Bone?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: <____> cyst to the scalp x2. ...
Complete thread -- radius and almost an *island identified as a puff*.
Complete thread -- SM (Possibly? - is a 'strong allergen')
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Complete thread -- pantoprazole? (distal esphageal biopsies)
Complete thread -- *Atopazole* or a similar agent to be continued given the above findings
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Complete thread -- sought
Complete thread -- All questions were _______ and answered.
Complete thread -- phenylalanine
Complete thread -- drug allergy
Complete thread -- reached up
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
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Complete thread -- I made sure I decompressed the L5 root going out underneath the lamina ...
Complete thread -- widened it out
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- I fixed it to the table, opened the blades, and verified the position ...
Complete thread -- I opened it up to the punch and removed the whole tip of the L3 superi ...
Complete thread -- in vs. and
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Complete thread -- convolution or mild depression.
Complete thread -- After removing this, it was obvious that some dissection down to the b ...
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- Bence Jones protein.
Complete thread -- His anti-GM1 antibody titer was elevated but his ___ protein was negat ...
Complete thread -- wav reposted
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Complete thread -- I think he says "in the ?mid white zone"
Complete thread -- Minimal notchplasty was performed. Attention was then paid to the med ...
Complete thread -- pls post wav again. sorry
Complete thread -- The patient was recently admitted to the hospital and had a prolonged stay for sm
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Complete thread -- with 4.5, 5.0, and 5.5
Complete thread -- A needle was then inserted and saline was injected in the joint throug ...
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Complete thread -- applied to the calf as a tournequet.
Complete thread -- The leg was exsanguinated with Esmarch and the Esmarch was applied  ...
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Complete thread -- insertion of
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left _____ of Achilles tendinopathy and heel ...
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Complete thread -- assured. The breast was irrigated and the breast was then
Complete thread -- The pedicle and nipple appeared to have good circulation throughout th ...
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Complete thread -- I can't find anything
Complete thread -- shouldn't Wise be capped?
Complete thread -- curvilinear?
Complete thread -- The breast flaps within the wise pattern were then elevated and then t ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- General endotracheal with __________ block.
Complete thread -- Then, on the lateral aspect interrupted sutures of 6-0 Prolene and the ...
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Complete thread -- ________ was minimal?
Complete thread -- the patient has emptiness...so careful to lift the muscle
Complete thread -- Then, identification of the medial and central orbital septa were done ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Now, the lower eyelid was done. A subciliary incision was done follow ...
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- fabellar?
Complete thread -- knee MRI s/l fla bellar
Complete thread -- Almost sounds like otopharynx, but very, very thick accent. Thanks.
Complete thread -- hypopharynx?
Complete thread -- Abnormal soft tissue of right oropharynx and s/l iatopharynx laterally
Complete thread -- The skin was then infiltrated with s/l*one-thirty*.
Complete thread -- i have never heard of a stopgap. Thank you, poi.
Complete thread -- arthroscopy as a stopgap
Complete thread -- recommendations for arthroscopy as he stopped ________ maneuver having been developi
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Complete thread -- Thank you both :) Being QA'd on this account so more careful.
Complete thread -- antibiotic admit today? - meaning the lab value of antibiotic on admission?
Complete thread -- posted a wav on this.
Complete thread -- Thanks. was not sure because VR put HIT antibodies and I wanted to make sure I sm
Complete thread -- check "his" antibodies?
Complete thread -- So, we will go ahead and start him on vancomycin and Zosyn and have pharmacy to sm
Complete thread -- 2. Thrombocytopenia, unclear etiology. Concerning his dialysis status the patient sm
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Complete thread -- adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- Pathology revealed that patient possibly has __________ of the esophagus, staging sm
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I posted it in the wrong place. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- I would give him whichever he said (see message)
Complete thread -- Sorry. I had not yet read the thread above this one.
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is saying ECRL and B ...meaning ECRL and ECRB ...which
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought it was 9.0 but VR put 9.8 and made me question what I heard. LOL
Complete thread -- platelet count 278 (s/l more like 7.8) ???
Complete thread -- 9 point zero
Complete thread -- I have always heard trichomonas.
Complete thread -- CBC with WBC of 7.8, hemoglobin __________ , hematocrit 31.2, platelet count of 278.
Complete thread -- Wet prep for trichomoniasis or trichomonas? Thx
Complete thread -- Never mind. He was saying ECRL and B...ECRL and ECRB
Complete thread -- Ganglion wrist; The insertion of the **ECR LMB** were both also preserved.
Complete thread -- Got this.
Complete thread -- These cottonoids were removed and 1% lidocaine plus epinephrine was injected into sm
Complete thread -- I hear "pre" too. good choice to flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He's a doctor. I'll send it with a flag.
Complete thread -- I would use other factors to determine. He is a doctor or a PA/NP? If a doctor,
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was able to document the word "preventricular" with regard to the brain, but I
Complete thread -- I hear *pre* too. See link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I see in archives that jerseygirl said Muenster, and she used to be
Complete thread -- maybe use a virgule body/hand?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it really sounds like pre to me. Can you give a listen?
Complete thread -- body hand clumsiness? Is this okay/
Complete thread -- I'd say "periventricular" ? (sounds like pre, but listen for peri)
Complete thread -- can't document this - preventricular signal
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- (you are on such an "up" high on the cocaine, that coming down you get tired, sluggish,
Complete thread -- I found nitrogen driven. Thank you for trying!
Complete thread -- Makes perfect sense to me (not an expert, but experienced it years ago).
Complete thread -- Sorry the 1st quoted article is so long..just skim down to the MŁnster part..
Complete thread -- What an interesting quest. (There are some twists to this one.)
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me. Coming down would cause the blues. *though I am certainly not the
Complete thread -- s/l cocaine blues - lots of google hits but can't really document legitimate
Complete thread -- I find "battery" driven, but not "nitro" ?
Complete thread -- was surrounding an
Complete thread -- proximal phalanx was resected with a s/l*nitro driven* sagittal saw
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- that she has assumed care with....
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Complete thread -- Excellent, thanks so much! Also heard back from client and they said Munster as well.
Complete thread -- symmetrical to the contralateral leg. Unsure about second blank.
Complete thread -- I got the most hits with Munster and found Cheneau-Toulouse-Munster (brace) on the
Complete thread -- Muenster or Munster cast - Sted Ortho has Munster but Equip Book has Muenster
Complete thread -- I didnt hear this MP3 either. Odd.
Complete thread -- of/with surrounding - dang he stutters too much.
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, and alternatives were extensively discussed with the ...
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Complete thread -- not sure... wait for more ears to listen. my "guess" is inside.
Complete thread -- The graft was reexamined and noted to be perfectly tensioned at 30 deg ...
Complete thread -- Then, the posterior margin of the anterior horn of the lateral meniscu ...
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Complete thread -- fusion - not effusion in this case.
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Complete thread -- and even a little
Complete thread -- This is a lady who has come in with prior L4 to S1 effusion and multip ...
Complete thread -- during the course....
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. no standard. we have to type verbatim.
Complete thread -- bladder once _______ the course of the hysterectomy
Complete thread -- don lead gloves
Complete thread -- yes, don (verb)
Complete thread -- rad tech did s/l don led gloves to hold the ankle in place
Complete thread -- I think #1 is headache, #2 is block
Complete thread -- Can't hear any mp3
Complete thread -- AlSO, does this guy have a standard exam? When they say to see template, we have to hunt
Complete thread -- Cervicogenic headaches.
Complete thread -- I would like for her to return with MRI of the cervical spine to rule ...
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: On physical examination, please see the templ ...
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Complete thread -- Arabic speaking
Complete thread -- History is obtained through an <____> speaking interpreter. ...
Complete thread -- thanks - that's what I hear too but can't document
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- #1 also needs to be ruled out. #2 and will be done later today ___
Complete thread -- charred?
Complete thread -- Barrettís esophagus, ongoing esophagitis secondary to acid reflux dise ...
Complete thread -- The tumor was totally removed and a small bit of tumor that was emanating from the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. may be in numbering
Complete thread -- Can he be saying "number 3 duodenitis"? Is this part of a numbered list?
Complete thread -- #1 ____ duodenitis, rule out small bowel
Complete thread -- #2 as the cause
Complete thread -- Evidence of gastritis. Rule out H. pylori. <____> history of ...
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Complete thread -- sorry, that was supposed to be a question mark, not a slash
Complete thread -- edema/
Complete thread -- short-segment
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION AND PLAN: Evidence for esophagitis. Rule out <____& ...
Complete thread -- The scope was advanced into the antrum in prepyloric area. Had diffus ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patientís history is also significant for congenital esophageal at ...
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Complete thread -- Could he be saying "termination" ???
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- the patient was instructed to return tomorrow... at 7:00 a.m. to see Dr. (Sertina)
Complete thread -- at 7:00 a.m. to see Dr _______ (what is the geographic location?)
Complete thread -- The eye was pressure patched and a shield was placed. The patient  ...
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Complete thread -- infraduct
Complete thread -- Not sure. I think I will send in a blank because I just cannot make it out clear enough.
Complete thread -- A swab was passed into the contents of the abscesses which were then s ...
Complete thread -- A total of 6 mL were used, injected into the intraconal space without ...
Complete thread -- pulmonologist?
Complete thread -- She was apparently in her usual state of health until today when she was at the sm
Complete thread -- nevermind.
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Complete thread -- The patient was marked in the preoperative holding area. He was also ...
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Complete thread -- What I think I hear is "some lightly"....I wish I could say he
Complete thread -- See if Orapred fits with the patient's problem(s)
Complete thread -- #1 Hycet elixir
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure well. I will plan on seeing the p ...
Complete thread -- She is still feeling some __________ short of breath and her blood pressure is sm
Complete thread -- I think you're guess is correct...
Complete thread -- Left lower extremity...
Complete thread -- azygous? Not sure where you're at in the body.
Complete thread -- Hypertrophy...ESL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- By the way, I just googled your doc's name, found his clinic, and clicked
Complete thread -- Google Sheri Berger, CPNP and see if that helps
Complete thread -- is he saying **CPNT**?
Complete thread -- PRIMARY CAREGIVER: Sherry Burger, CPNT <____> and Joshua B. Le ...
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Complete thread -- diluted
Complete thread -- Large amount of placental tissue was obtained with products of concept ...
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Complete thread -- Surgical site infection
Complete thread -- A marriage of the components?
Complete thread -- conjugal could work, huh?
Complete thread -- Really WAG ??concaval??
Complete thread -- I'd go with the semicolon.
Complete thread -- There is also a s/l con-chuh-gul component on the left side. TIA!
Complete thread -- bump, is more a mild... or bump; is more a mild? (Bunion)
Complete thread -- You could also place parentheses around seed corn.
Complete thread -- Final product...
Complete thread -- Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- I would also put commas around "sub 5th MP joint."
Complete thread -- So, "comma seed corn comma" , seed corn,
Complete thread -- Seed corn is simply a synonym for porokeratosis.
Complete thread -- joint, seed corn or joint seed corn?
Complete thread -- could be, sure s/l it starts with an "H" thank you
Complete thread -- thanks! Good catch.
Complete thread -- R U sure he is saying P gradient and not peak gradient?
Complete thread -- slurred, I'd say he's saying mercury with an "uh" at the end...?
Complete thread -- s/l herg-rare-ee-um sm pls
Complete thread -- Oops, sorry! I didn't realize it was a different poster.
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- which is likely the etiology
Complete thread -- He does have a recent history of over 100 pounds of weight loss ___ likely
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- btw...WAS IT "with or without" ?
Complete thread -- no - sounds like the OP was not sure.
Complete thread -- Sounds like you're not sure, huh?
Complete thread -- Our rules at work - if we are unsure of expansion, leave as abbreviation
Complete thread -- (Cheilectomy with or without Moberg Proximal Phalanx Osteotomy)
Complete thread -- There is a procedure "with or without" the proximal phalanx osteotomy
Complete thread -- Yes-he doesn't say the expansion
Complete thread -- sorry that didn't come out right. He just said "DCPPO" but other reports say
Complete thread -- LOL! He doesn't say the expansion then?
Complete thread -- He said "DCPPO." note to say the home.
Complete thread -- Oh, he says the whole thing...well then would.
Complete thread -- How would you know what to expand, though?
Complete thread -- just wondering if I should use this or expand because not finding anything on acronym
Complete thread -- patient had surgery a few weeks ago for "DCPPO" and doing well.
Complete thread -- Is there any context?
Complete thread -- If that's what was clearly dictated, yes. Can't go wrong with verbatim.
Complete thread -- doc says DCPPO for (see message)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you. so, would it be ok to just leave "iliac" as is?
Complete thread -- Not to mean that you should insert "fossa," though.
Complete thread -- Iliac fossa (see message)
Complete thread -- Minus system (see inside)
Complete thread -- There is something called a Midas Rex Bone Mill, just not sure if it fits there or not.
Complete thread -- figured out second one *modern* cement, but not sure on first *minus neck* technique
Complete thread -- Two helps for cemented hip replacement.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- iliac? pls sm
Complete thread -- Me? I'd put it as hydrocodone 5 with 325 mg ...
Complete thread -- If instructions are to NOT use slash mark to separate med doses but TO write TIA!
Complete thread -- I did identify some positive waves in the pronator teres muscle at rest. __ positive
Complete thread -- it has become more problematic
Complete thread -- First blank, metal slag. Third, 'it now hurts and is bothersome (then changes mind,
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 59-year-old Caucasian gentleman with a 35-year ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant patient who has received medical clearance and ...
Complete thread -- Got it: In the ER, MONA therapy...
Complete thread -- See list inside. Therapy for chest pain? Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- What is/are the patient's diagnosis(es)? Could it be pneumonia therapy? Or
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
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Complete thread -- s/l NERMONA therapy (see context) Thanks!
Complete thread -- But you were first!!!
Complete thread -- Ha, you're right!
Complete thread -- great minds and all that...
Complete thread -- 2nd is nasal ___ temporally (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Or transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)
Complete thread -- TRUS transrectal ultrasound maybe ?
Complete thread -- 1st is a stumble. He ends up saying An incision was ...
Complete thread -- Could it be Intraoperative ultrasound (IOUS)?
Complete thread -- bleb (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were watertight, a low ??? was performed
Complete thread -- There was dense scar tissue in the middle lamella and lower eyelid  ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis of adenocarcinoma and underwent *EREF* or *ERES*
Complete thread -- A balanced salt solution was infused into the anterior chamber to chec ...
Complete thread -- At the time of the surgery, it was noted that there was bleb in the an ...
Complete thread -- bleb or blood?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- A supratemporal sectoral peritomy was performed with Vannas scissors w ...
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Complete thread -- blunt hemostat.
Complete thread -- blunt hemotat
Complete thread -- The incision was deepened through the skin and into the subcutaneous t ...
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Complete thread -- #2 is continuing on an
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- it is this mp3. don't know why but it is starting from near the second blank.
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Complete thread -- intersected outside the level of the joint therefore
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Complete thread -- orthotic...also I don't think he says and cortisone..I think he just
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Complete thread -- Dr Warren Windram (he's a DPM)
Complete thread -- Can he be saying "destruction in her foot" ???
Complete thread -- #1 wedge shoe, braces, off-loading which all have been
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Weston, FL
Complete thread -- What geographical area? First name might be Warren
Complete thread -- #2 her ankle has been turning and
Complete thread -- walk with any kind of pain. The patient has tried <____> been ...
Complete thread -- This is a 56-year-old Hispanic female who presented to my office with ...
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Complete thread -- agree with runolff to leg) sm
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: None known. FAMILY HISTORY: Negative for peptic ul ...
Complete thread -- I left out the blank. It was the runoff to leg. Thanks.
Complete thread -- abdominal aortogram with runoff to leg (not sure what your question was)
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of peripheral vascular disease and vasculitis. She had sm
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Complete thread -- Intractable dyspepsia
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Complete thread -- Right phthisical eye with descmetocele.
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: General: A pleasant male, appearing his stated ...
Complete thread -- #1 Right phthisical eye?
Complete thread -- actually #6 is #5. LOL
Complete thread -- Okay I figured out 4 is right __________ eye with descmetocele. There is no 5.
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Complete thread -- I cannot hear files in Chrome or firefox. I have to be in I.E. so that could be a problem
Complete thread -- pls post your wav.
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Complete thread -- Born in Peru
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Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Zantac over-the-counter. ALLERGIES: Shellfish an ...
Complete thread -- My specific objection was about the option of "take out if not verbatim" ...I believe
Complete thread -- Q, this "was" covered, "either flag, take out if not verbatim or ask QA how to proceed.
Complete thread -- oops..my typo...You're welcome :)
Complete thread -- You're well, but be aware U are having to go through far more steps then others.
Complete thread -- Ok - I had to click on the MP3 box and then a page opened and
Complete thread -- I don't think that is such a good idea in this case as it is also
Complete thread -- Not sure if vertatim. If able, consider just taking out "mobiling" sm
Complete thread -- You can test it right now...click on mp3...there will be some blank, but there is a clip
Complete thread -- Hmm.. maybe its my computer as I didn't hear anything when I click on the boxes
Complete thread -- to listen to any of those boxes it should only take one click on the
Complete thread -- Oh ok thanks for that - I did click on the box and then the red
Complete thread -- very excellent Oasis (slow pathway ablation) UR are very skilled, I can tell.
Complete thread -- There is such a word as mobilely (and mobily), but neither makes sense in
Complete thread -- By the way, you won't be able to hear this sound clip as someone has already
Complete thread -- Toward the top of the page there are 3 boxes labelled "send/listen to WAV" , send/listen
Complete thread -- Getting late I guess, took me 3 times, but I finally found it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone - 4 x 4's it is! :)
Complete thread -- #2 stopped them
Complete thread -- #1 and the estimated blood loss less than ?20 cc. He bled a little
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Complete thread -- Some of yesterday's posts are still on this page which means your post from
Complete thread -- How does one listen to this ?
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Complete thread -- intracavitary
Complete thread -- Can someone assist me in how to find a question I posted earlier today?
Complete thread -- She was dilated with 6-mm scope. Resectoscope was inserted and multip ...
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Complete thread -- and seemed encapsulated, but it was dark, almost like dark blood, but a little firmer.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying mobile-ly which is obviously not a real word.
Complete thread -- I can't get this.
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Complete thread -- . I took down the lateral attachments of the sigmoid colon and I continued sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #2 middle phalanx of the radial side was marked
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Then an X-shaped (or S-shaped)
Complete thread -- #3 until
Complete thread -- I could see a ...also s/b left-sided (hyphen)
Complete thread -- Then, a <____> shaped incision was started on the ulnar side a ...
Complete thread -- 1. as previously marked. 2. with a Penrose drain was placed
Complete thread -- I subsequently placed a right periumbilical 12 mm port, a right lower quadrant 13 sm
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Complete thread -- #2 and semi-firm, #1 ulnar _____ side
Complete thread -- A digital block was done with Xylocaine 1% plain and also in the dorsa ...
Complete thread -- This is a 67-year-old that has several months history of a mass growin ...
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Complete thread -- That fits perfectly. she is doing a stat C-section.
Complete thread -- more context might help, but based on what I heard - AROM
Complete thread -- __________ clear fluid at 0732, 05/17/2016.
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Complete thread -- by releasing the set screw
Complete thread -- A transverse incision was then made through the old scar and carried s ...
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Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wen
Complete thread -- Could it be "wheal"?
Complete thread -- Skin lesion consistent with a (s/l) "when." I swear I know this
Complete thread -- Patient coughed up a large s/l blip of blood clot while brushing her teeth. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- slow-pathway ablation?
Complete thread -- AV nodal reentry tachycardia, status post s/l slope-ob-vee ablation. TIA!
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, Oasis!!
Complete thread -- representative sections
Complete thread -- the biopsy forceps took several _____ of the ovarian wall and drained the cyst.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- subfalcine herniation, or falcine herniation
Complete thread -- s/l some fal-sign herniation
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- Yes. Both BoS2 and BoS3 show 4 x 4's
Complete thread -- sorry- didn't mean to YELL.
Complete thread -- AGREE
Complete thread -- YES! Thanks so much! Never heard that term before
Complete thread -- Recrudesce?
Complete thread -- He had an intermittent low-grade fever but that is now starting to *recortesce*
Complete thread -- I use 4 x 4's (account specifics, and I think BoS wants apostrophe after single letter/#'s
Complete thread -- wondering what is preferred ...... 4x4s, 4 x 4s or 4 x 4's ? (No account specifics)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Vera Pyle's 10th Edition explanation is:
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Complete thread -- Wonder if you might be hearing "strap" (see link..not always called dorsi-straps...
Complete thread -- med s/l zy cake ah
Complete thread -- got it - sildenafil
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l silvenafil. Patient is a 5-month-old with multiple heart defects. Med was
Complete thread -- orthosis? (using the "o" on AFO and slurring with "sash"?)
Complete thread -- Patient is status post femur fracture but he also has
Complete thread -- They ALL have a language of their own, just like the rest of us
Complete thread -- around the ear. It was...
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Complete thread -- It was tailored to fit and close?
Complete thread -- Left and right sides were done in a similar fashion. I anesthetized t ...
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Complete thread -- in and around and all the way to the neck
Complete thread -- Two drains were inserted. The skin was pulled back right at the tempo ...
Complete thread -- The skin was elevated off the SMAS. The patientís skin was very thin. ...
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Complete thread -- were closed
Complete thread -- tissues and skin?
Complete thread -- After this was done, to fix his ear I had to cut some cartilage and es ...
Complete thread -- battling
Complete thread -- plan potential knee surgery-looking for a word to fit-can't really hear first sound
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- In this case, I'd say tunnel.
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Complete thread -- can'r get it <____> completely
Complete thread -- you could completely palpate (the)
Complete thread -- The implants were soaked in triple antibiotic irrigation and the *funn ...
Complete thread -- #1 different incision repair #2 inframmary route
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Complete thread -- 2. route, which I felt was a good route.
Complete thread -- 1. the? 2. route
Complete thread -- completely palpated paramedial aspect of her ribs. Therefore, at this ...
Complete thread -- She states that she had 370 cc Allergan saline implants. Upon laying ...
Complete thread -- agree-Biotek
Complete thread -- I see Biotek suture anchors, which would fit. never heard of bio tacks.
Complete thread -- s/l bio tacks or Biotek?
Complete thread -- wav already gone want to repost
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Complete thread -- Good cri (cry) of the uterus (Stedman's has it as cry)
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a dorsal lithotomy position. The cervix was ...
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Complete thread -- I will have her go.
Complete thread -- Therefore, we went ahead and laid the patient back down. We performed ...
Complete thread -- We then went ahead and performed a popcorn technique by cauterizing th ...
Complete thread -- Bimanual exam was unremarkable. Digital rectal exam was unremarkable. ...
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Complete thread -- Clarendon
Complete thread -- POST-OP DX: Hematuria with a CT without IV contrast. This reportedly ...
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Complete thread -- I had her cough lying down,
Complete thread -- soak her when she is doing heavy exercise such as ____running??
Complete thread -- No bladder tumors and no bladder stones were noted. The trigone was n ...
Complete thread -- POST-OP DX: 1. Hematuria. 2. Stress incontinence, fairly mild but ...
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Complete thread -- pain on her left, but the CT scan shows that ...right UV junction
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Complete thread -- She is having some pain on her left <____>. CT scan shows tha ...
Complete thread -- with a urinalysis and totally review her?
Complete thread -- I will see her back in the office in about 3 weeks for urinalysis < ...
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Complete thread -- PRE-OP DX: BPH symptoms post TURP. POST-OP DX: Small, narrow, s ...
Complete thread -- got it..cystic or solid mass lesions
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Complete thread -- opened the female sounds?
Complete thread -- All vital signs were stable. She was placed in a lithotomy position, ...
Complete thread -- flagging. thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I sometimes think this guy has a language all his own. <sigh>
Complete thread -- I was hearing nodularis, but couldn't figure out the rest. I think you got it.
Complete thread -- that is how I would type it.
Complete thread -- Posted a wav on this.
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray 7 x 5 cm right suprahilar mass, right lower lobe collapsed. Bilateral sm
Complete thread -- Also I think he should have put nodular enhancing "lesions". He is bad at leaving out sm
Complete thread -- are nodular lesions. LOL
Complete thread -- I think he is saying nodular enhancing but saying it as nodularis which is not right. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Not ignoring your posts. I am researching your links.
Complete thread -- try this link for stria medullaris
Complete thread -- sorry, that link didn't have the medullaris part, if I can find the
Complete thread -- "medullaris enhancing" is what I hear but will let you decide if it
Complete thread -- I tried and can't get it. Sorry
Complete thread -- Okay right wav there now.
Complete thread -- hmm it still has my old wav. will try again.
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Complete thread -- There is no evidence of hydronephosis, ________ or mass lesions, calci ...
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Complete thread -- Ofirmev
Complete thread -- red, but see through
Complete thread -- The patient also found to have left frontoparietal region convexity __________ sm
Complete thread -- At this point, we went to PACU and had the nurses in PACU manually irr ...
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Complete thread -- and threaded it over the wire
Complete thread -- I think I hear "_______major tract (?track) of the humerus"...perhaps you can
Complete thread -- within pec major tract to the humerus
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Complete thread -- I then removed the scope and left the wire in. I then took a 20-Frenc ...
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Complete thread -- The patient had a pectoralis major tear. sm for more information.
Complete thread -- May we have more context...patient problem? procedure? and a bit more sound clip to
Complete thread -- with white flecks.
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Complete thread -- The bladder appeared red, inflamed, and edematous. The trigone was ed ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing wire but was confused
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Complete thread -- Is he saying "wire" ???
Complete thread -- 1. back to the bulbous urethra I was unable
Complete thread -- Gross pus with __________ .
Complete thread -- 2. create a false passage
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Complete thread -- After this, I then decided to use DVIU instruments and with a <___ ...
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Complete thread -- enhanced
Complete thread -- enhance...montioring of his O2 sats (saturations)
Complete thread -- Number 3 He will also be given Ofirmev. (I assume he was trying to number things after
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into OR #1. A time-out was performed to ident ...
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: 1. Include a narrow dense stricture in the bulb. 2. Lo ...
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Complete thread -- She was placed in lithotomy position and prepped and draped in the usu ...
Complete thread -- POST-OP DX: Hematuria with unremarkable CT with no <____>. ...
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Complete thread -- The trigone
Complete thread -- I filled the bladder up with 300 mL to 400 mL of fluid. No bladder tu ...
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Complete thread -- we ended up trimming out
Complete thread -- The anterior horn did demonstrate some tearing and fraying that was de ...
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Complete thread -- being a full-thickness (also should be adequate, no ly).
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Complete thread -- ...and pulled out the anterior cannula?
Complete thread -- The bur was then used to rough down the tuberosity to cancellous bone. ...
Complete thread -- At this time, examination of the cuff showed fairly significant rotato ...
Complete thread -- The term Trendelenburg 1 you heard ďmightĒ be this dictator numbering sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree with billybob. Makes total sense.
Complete thread -- sm plse
Complete thread -- how about "One self-retaining retractor"?
Complete thread -- question about Trendelenburg position. Sm plse
Complete thread -- No but thanks --- upon listening I am thinking maybe dryness?
Complete thread -- If dangerous abbreviations are a consideration on your account, OU=both eyes.
Complete thread -- retinitis?
Complete thread -- HPI: Macular degeneration,cataracts OU, and also a history of *rhinus* OU.
Complete thread -- all the ones with the O look like "aussie" links. ?
Complete thread -- I've always typed it with an A. see link
Complete thread -- OMG...
Complete thread -- a well-circumcised noncalcified fixed nodule in lung (no question here)
Complete thread -- if you google an image of the Doyle nasal split, it does have tubes on it
Complete thread -- I did find one reference to 'tubes' Thanks.
Complete thread -- Hello. Dr. made corrections on paper. Cannot decipher one word
Complete thread -- The "o" in Forxiga jumped out at me, because I've always used "a."
Complete thread -- sure hope you saw my answer before flagging...
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- 30/70 is what I hear.
Complete thread -- who ceased his Forxiga and reduced his NovoMix ___.
Complete thread -- agree ---in reference to his ventilatory status
Complete thread -- who has been borderline in reference to his ventilatory status. (he says ventillary)
Complete thread -- who is in borderline ________ status
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Complete thread -- high flow
Complete thread -- has been placed on a ______ CPAP mask for the last
Complete thread -- 1. cruciate retaining 2. power flexion CR (what I heard)
Complete thread -- _____ size 3 AND poly insert size 13 ______, and one bag
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Complete thread -- cruciate retainer - not sure on the other one.
Complete thread -- The lamina spreader was used with the knee flexed...
Complete thread -- wav
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Complete thread -- whitesides (didn't verify if that needs cap'd or not)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- cut (or cup?). The 5 (mumble) degree valgus cut (or cup?)
Complete thread -- back holes?
Complete thread -- sure wish this had a .wav or .mp3
Complete thread -- copiously irrigated, *a lamina* spray with the knee flexed
Complete thread -- The *beck holes were* drilled and then I proceeded
Complete thread -- distal cut _____ was chosen
Complete thread -- was excised and the _____ line was drawn and after
Complete thread -- femoral component *crucial retainer* size - poly insert size 13 *high retraction P R*
Complete thread -- agree, tho is difficult to hear (garbled)
Complete thread -- ultrasound. In addition, to follow up (or wait for another pair of ears)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
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Complete thread -- He has recommended no further imaging, for instance an ultrasound __________ . sm
Complete thread -- CPR for 4 minutes, and then CO2 and in the end atropine in the ER
Complete thread -- Ŕ ŕ Ř ‹ ý ķ Ż Ł
Complete thread -- Probably my best bet. My QC submissions are always way lower then the allowed 10% so I sm
Complete thread -- I hear that now, but is she saying something else before atropine or possibly sm
Complete thread -- We there are more than 2 blanks in this current post (many words)
Complete thread -- I think hear CO2 and atrophine? if that helps at all
Complete thread -- She is terrible and I have several blanks on her. I think it is going to have to go to sm
Complete thread -- I hear it now...not that it does me any good
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- He had CPR for 4 minutes and __________ in the ER.
Complete thread -- totally extraperitoneal technique
Complete thread -- total extraperitoneal technique?
Complete thread -- _____completed. CO2 was?
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Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Umbilical hernia, incarcerated. 2. R ...
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was maintained and a large size 3D mesh was placed and ProT ...
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Complete thread -- Be aware that had he phrased the sentence a different way it
Complete thread -- You should leave both prepositional phrases as they
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Complete thread -- as in "too-than" or "toe-than" or "toe-thin" ? better s/l please?
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Complete thread -- Nasal Surgery
Complete thread -- Pelvic mass and possible kidney stones...
Complete thread -- Umbrella? That person needs a muzzle.
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Complete thread -- I would think the plural because what can be seen is more than
Complete thread -- either.
Complete thread -- See if U can hear "within the region"
Complete thread -- pls help me with this...
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Complete thread -- dull (sluggish) circulation =inadequate blood circulating in brain=stroke
Complete thread -- thrombosis or occlusion of the right middle cerebral artery s/l dull circulation TIA!
Complete thread -- a tinea type infection (a group of contagious skin infections)
Complete thread -- I believe what is meant=(accepted ideas of treatment for "life" sm
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- please sm.
Complete thread -- Ventricular Tachycardia
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Complete thread -- oops ...my typo...I find a few 'abdominal colpocystopexy' (not colpocytopexy)
Complete thread -- I think? ---and "to the" middle turbinates. Wait for another ear
Complete thread -- Next, 1% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine was injected to both sid ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- septum will be deviated to the right
Complete thread -- was deviated
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: The septum <____> to the right. There wa ...
Complete thread -- s/l cortex or cordex may be Gore-Tex mesh, huge number of products sm/link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nasal antral
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Septal deviation. 2. Chronic sinusit ...
Complete thread -- I wonder if "spread of cortex" could have been spermatic cord?
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Complete thread -- Blakesley cup biopsy? (referring to Blakesley biopsy forceps)
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Complete thread -- and some in the ethmoid sinus area
Complete thread -- There was polyposis, especially around the ethmoid and the frontal sin ...
Complete thread -- OPERATIVE FINDINGS: There were polyps around the frontal sinus recess ...
Complete thread -- too early I guess - flagged and sent.....
Complete thread -- hernia surgery - s/l spread of cortex or cordex?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- with "bandages" word in mind i searched in samples and got
Complete thread -- The mylohyoid muscle was visualized as was the digastrics and the ante ...
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Complete thread -- any tight bands of tissue were ... up towards...
Complete thread -- ? her bandages in a few days
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN: The patient will be nonweightbearing on left uppe ...
Complete thread -- The ulnar nerve was decompressed by incising Osborneís ligament and th ...
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Complete thread -- This is an older man
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a <____> that I have been seeing for yea ...
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Complete thread -- with the least of which being in the
Complete thread -- I think I hear "friable ____ apex of the"
Complete thread -- Wrong. Sry.
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: After assessing the patello_____ area (?patellofemoral?)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- I cannot verify that term, nor can I think of something else that it might be..sry.
Complete thread -- A standard arthroscopy was performed first by establishing an anterola ...
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Complete thread -- mp3, not wav. sorry
Complete thread -- After inspecting the patella, we found that she had an area of very so ...
Complete thread -- Electrocardiographic Mapping
Complete thread -- He corrects himself to "thickening of Hoffa's fat pad." (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient had a standard diagnostic arthroscopy first by establishin ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "instability, could translate"
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
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Complete thread -- Could he be saying "issues and" ?
Complete thread -- Here's an edu link which might help with when to use "a" and when to use "the"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patietn is a 14-year-old female with history of instability, dislo ...
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Complete thread -- No. My typo. s/b more so
Complete thread -- Think it s/b "tying a sliding knot here"
Complete thread -- moreso one word?
Complete thread -- I think he just repeated himself for #2 "moved it over (moved it over) anteriorly etc"
Complete thread -- I think he says #1 first paid attention to the
Complete thread -- We then sequentially stepwise <____> biceps tendon and placed ...
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Complete thread -- moreso than forward
Complete thread -- I find a few 'abdominal colpocytopexy' and 'sacral colpopexy' but
Complete thread -- Examination under anesthesia found that she had adhesive capsulitis, q ...
Complete thread -- Sacral colpocystopexy TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- ??and worse.??
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 55-year-old female with history of left-sided shoulde ...
Complete thread -- Not sure if he was saying "essentially" or "centrally" or "?"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Adhesive capsulitis, biceps tendinitis, some ...
Complete thread -- Wrong...where I could translate him _____ out and dislocate him (I think)
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Complete thread -- Start new sentence...Found...etc..#2 where I could translate him essentially and dislocate
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Exam of the right and left shoulders compared the left to the right (#1)
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Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- ___ injury as affirmed, continued..
Complete thread -- The patient is a 54-year-old male <____> continued instability ...
Complete thread -- Flagged...
Complete thread -- I wouldn't want to guess on this one, but perhaps further info in
Complete thread -- Bilobed anterior communicating artery aneurysm
Complete thread -- Found it...
Complete thread -- sounds right. did you google?
Complete thread -- End-Colostomy
Complete thread -- that was a good s/l and a good solve, mt - "I:C ratio" does sound like "eye seerie shaw"
Complete thread -- MT I'm not sure, did you solve the "shaw" bolus starting at midnight? sm
Complete thread -- Is that really a pain med?
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS2 it says not to use the +/- symbol, but
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- geez - I walked away to take a phone call and 3 answers came in ahead of me!
Complete thread -- yes, BP can be given "over p" meaning "over palp(ation)" -google for more info
Complete thread -- Think U R hearing 'p' (meaning palp or palpable) see link explaining
Complete thread -- spiractin
Complete thread -- For #1, I would go with 6+/-1 (no spaces between 6 and + or the -1) not sure on the eye
Complete thread -- New one on me I think. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- P - palp (palpable).
Complete thread -- Odd blood pressure reading. Has anyone heard of it?
Complete thread -- just got, my #2 question (I:C ratio)
Complete thread -- meant to say, plse see message in post abov
Complete thread -- insulin sensitivity factor
Complete thread -- She has discontinued tramadol and s/l stir-act-in. Pain meds.
Complete thread -- Probably too late and in case not a typo, think it s/b buttonholed (past tense).
Complete thread -- Thanks.
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Complete thread -- QuantiFERON
Complete thread -- As the patient was pregnant, a TB skin test was not done but a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think Oasis has it. Might make countertraction one word. sm
Complete thread -- ....and probably "lobster claw AND Bishop."
Complete thread -- Bishop BONE holding forceps, that is.
Complete thread -- There is a Bishop holding forceps, so maybe 2 instruments used at the same time? (see link
Complete thread -- Not sure, but isn't it "lobster CLAW"?
Complete thread -- We did apply a length by putting large *lobster jaw on bishop* on the proximal and di
Complete thread -- There is a RA and RV (missing words) unless not included here
Complete thread -- RA and RV (period)?
Complete thread -- Pulmonary artery pressure about 40 mmHg. Dilated __________ and __________ .
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- I think I hear 162
Complete thread -- he is a terrible mumbler.
Complete thread -- did he forget to put his teeth in today?
Complete thread -- White blood cell count 8.9, hemoglobin 13.7, hematocrit __________ , platelets sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 applied and pinned #2 using the system to depth gauge
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- see link...I think he says "and a square and pinned etc
Complete thread -- Thanks. Came back to let you know it was O2 per protocol. Thanks for you help with it.
Complete thread -- No. I think "square" comes somewhere before 'and pinned'
Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind to: "and pinned at appropriate depth
Complete thread -- Thanks. will relisten.
Complete thread -- A capsule was made and the minimum medial release was performed. The ...
Complete thread -- of to (correction?) of 2? per protocol?
Complete thread -- Patient will be admitted to the oncology floor for further evaluation and workup. sm
Complete thread -- paired?
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Complete thread -- ____ electrodes secured to fascia using the torque wrench anchors.
Complete thread -- We confirmed posterior placement with lateral eminence. Impedance che ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!! this report has been very trying. LOL
Complete thread -- TIPS (Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt)?
Complete thread -- Plan to proceed with EGD today plus banding or may need to transfer to **** sm
Complete thread -- I thought I was hearing occasional too.
Complete thread -- I often am able to solve my own right after posting here too.
Complete thread -- pneumonia??
Complete thread -- I there is is another word before airspace ..occasional? Can't get blank, sorry
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray was normal and showed some mild basilar atelectasis with __________ sm
Complete thread -- but upon relistening I do hear she then presented. Thanks. Sometimes just talking it sm
Complete thread -- No that is what I initially thought too but it does not match the patient's name.
Complete thread -- is that the patient name?
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to help the breast open up?
Complete thread -- We came underneath the pectoralis major muscle. It was released infer ...
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Complete thread -- that I drew
Complete thread -- Also had type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, morbid obesity with a body mass sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I try to avoid using brackets as much as possible, but in this case that's
Complete thread -- He is saying letters...
Complete thread -- The inframammary incision was closed with 2-0 Vicryl for the fascia. ...
Complete thread -- Review of systems? (ROS) Is he saying the letters or a word?
Complete thread -- Chest Pain Assessment
Complete thread -- Disk herniation/cord compression
Complete thread -- got #1. thanks.
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Complete thread -- you changed the wav before I could figure out #1
Complete thread -- oops..paired wire stone basket (typo above)
Complete thread -- paired wire
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Complete thread -- Having completely broken up the stone...______ wire stone back
Complete thread -- 2. and coaxial guide wire leaving the
Complete thread -- Pulverization of the stone was completed without too much difficulty a ...
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Complete thread -- I then dilated the distal ureter utilizing a 12-French <____> ...
Complete thread -- Under direct visualization, I was able to identify the stone on the *T ...
Complete thread -- I'd rather she post a curse word than all that crapola she does post.
Complete thread -- Both ureteral orifices were in their normal anatomic position, but the ...
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Complete thread -- successful pulverization.
Complete thread -- Inside the simple ureterocele was an 8 mm x 8 mm right distal ureteral ...
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- poi...
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Complete thread -- thanks taco! that is exactly what it is. *duh to me*
Complete thread -- I hear "petechial images" ...
Complete thread -- Sorry to hear they are blocking WB posting, you're so helpful here.
Complete thread -- I listened to the audio when it was posted and that's what I heard...
Complete thread -- You're welcome!
Complete thread -- seems possible. see link for Merriam Webster definition
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- Sry. I'm from the 'old' school. Apparently preferred method is brackets inside
Complete thread -- More Knee Surgery
Complete thread -- Maybe that is what poi was hearing. I couldn't relisten because it is gone.
Complete thread -- No. See message and link
Complete thread -- So, the patient cannot reach..
Complete thread -- Here is an explanation...
Complete thread -- Yes, I have always heard "firm endpoint."
Complete thread -- Knee Surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks. Is it okay to put parentheses within parentheses though? Wouldn't you need to use
Complete thread -- trucker
Complete thread -- trucker
Complete thread -- See link for J-Pull Patella Stabilizer
Complete thread -- Patient status post patellar dislocation.
Complete thread -- that could be it too..I hate aussie accents!
Complete thread -- not sure why you are questioning, but that is easily verifiable using google.
Complete thread -- Lateral Meniscus Tear
Complete thread -- petechial hemorrhages?
Complete thread -- petechial?
Complete thread -- Yeah, true. But like I said, I wasn't able to listen to the voice file so
Complete thread -- Thanks. Could be it. I keep hearing "trigger"
Complete thread -- ??truck driver??
Complete thread -- particular images (what I hear)
Complete thread -- The patient does not smoke or drink. He is married and has five child ...
Complete thread -- As you are aware, he did have some ___ images on the PillCam and in the
Complete thread -- I saw that too, but that also is an illness, not a place where a tick is
Complete thread -- I didn't listen to the mp3, but maybe something to do with STARI?
Complete thread -- I had this doctor earlier today. I just love him! He always cracks me up.
Complete thread -- Oops...my typo...s/b statement (not state)
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Fwiw Tessier's The Surgical Word Book shows it as "cup forceps"
Complete thread -- maybe doc really wanted to go into fashion rather than medical school lol!!
Complete thread -- me too, must be really *great* for the doctor to comment on it!
Complete thread -- LOL!!
Complete thread -- thanks for clarifying your incorrect post
Complete thread -- I'd like to see it. :)
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too LOL! thought surely he is not commenting on the guy's attire :)
Complete thread -- wearing a great necklace. LOL
Complete thread -- Lyme disease infection transmitted through the bite of a tick infected
Complete thread -- haha...a great necklace
Complete thread -- second guessing my ears lol!
Complete thread -- Lyme is a disease, not a tick (said forwards or backwards)
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you. I flagged it and sent it on
Complete thread -- Starr County, Texas. Just said backwards, the point, Lyme is a tick sm
Complete thread -- Can only find TickChek...oh well, enough research for me.
Complete thread -- there is also a Texas County in Missouri and Oklahoma...checking those states now
Complete thread -- but there is a county of Starr. maybe she misspoke?
Complete thread -- any funny thing...there is no "County of Texas" in Texas
Complete thread -- I disagree with the other 2 helpers. Star tick is a type of tick, not a place
Complete thread -- I cannot hear the difference between cup or cupped though. It could be both.
Complete thread -- thank you CC for sharing. I'm familiar, but it might help others, yep
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- agree, County of Texas Star tick (as in Lone Star State)
Complete thread -- see link, maybe she isn't saying it right.
Complete thread -- I'd just go as dictated in that case.
Complete thread -- Something check, s/l (SM)
Complete thread -- They brought the tick to the County of Texas ____ and it was evaluated and there was
Complete thread -- Nevermind - found it. It's BYDUREON if anyone wants to know. :)
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- For type 2 diabetes: Patient also has a *s/l Buy-er-don* pen.
Complete thread -- Unsure when to use 'cup' or 'cupped' forceps when manufacturer is not given. Any idea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- predicated on?
Complete thread -- ___ indicated on intraoperative (can't get that first word)
Complete thread -- Due to ongoing symptoms of pain, the patient was considered for arthro ...
Complete thread -- this is my post as well. i posted this one early by mistake.
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Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 38-year-old gentleman who injured his knee s ...
Complete thread -- The abdomen was _______ prepped widely
Complete thread -- Copious irrigation was carried out. The skin was undermined. Interru ...
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Complete thread -- Quadriceps defect was noted in the suprapatellar pole where the <_ ...
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Complete thread -- and the operation was commenced.
Complete thread -- She was placed in a supine position and draped and prepped in a standa ...
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Complete thread -- I identified the pain source
Complete thread -- She underwent differential injections in the clinic. I did <____& ...
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Complete thread -- commence icing 20 minutes _____ but not directly (not sure on commence, s/l consume but
Complete thread -- 1. The patient will commence physical therapy with weightbearing as to ...
Complete thread -- The patient was examined and the diagnosis was completed. After that ...
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Complete thread -- The left hip appears intact on ____ view axial and coronal images. ...
Complete thread -- I have a dictator who sometimes dictates opens parenthesis and doesn't close them or
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Complete thread -- I don't have time to research it but trying googling bone void filler products dbm. sm
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Complete thread -- The fracture pattern was noted to be with 4 main pieces. The anterior ...
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Complete thread -- the weeks prior
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Complete thread -- Yeah I think that is it. I think she keeps repeating herself and finally says end sm
Complete thread -- irreversible?
Complete thread -- Yep sounds right but you know the history if the patient has had sutures there in the past
Complete thread -- suture abscess?
Complete thread -- Dr. **** suggested that the patient has __________ end-stage __________ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- versus _____ abscess.
Complete thread -- hooked up the patient transitioned himself into the
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left ganglion cyst <____> abscess ...
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room and placed on the operat ...
Complete thread -- (cumulative dissipated energy)
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Complete thread -- a CDE time of
Complete thread -- A cystotome and Utrata forceps were used to make a continuous curvilin ...
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Complete thread -- brought to??
Complete thread -- right eye, for target myopic
Complete thread -- The capsular bag was filled with Provisc and viscoelastic and the lens ...
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Complete thread -- blindly
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- We used PDS and placed it in the superior aspect of the rotator interv ...
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- Also I think he says "face" (not phase)
Complete thread -- Once we had done this and felt that it was significantly stable, we us ...
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Complete thread -- I think he says "getting"
Complete thread -- We then placed 2 modified figure-of-eight sutures, one around the 6 oí ...
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Complete thread -- tearing of the anterior band of the inferior glenohumeral ligament (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. posted below wav again.
Complete thread -- The rotator cuff looked good, stable, and intact to probing, overall p ...
Complete thread -- I don't think so...just posting this till I can go back and relisten
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think he says "significant stretching" (not structuring)
Complete thread -- tearing of anterior band of the anterior ligament
Complete thread -- She also had some delamination of the labrum from the anterior glenoid ...
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Complete thread -- we are just going to continue to observe this.
Complete thread -- Of note, he did have some significant development of Dupuytrenís in th ...
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Complete thread -- branch of the of the superficial radial artery that we had to meticulously dissect. It..
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Complete thread -- might leave wav up for others to listen too, dictator too close to microphone
Complete thread -- perforators here minimally to minimize
Complete thread -- After careful meticulous dissection again around the vascular bundle h ...
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Complete thread -- starts with "S" ? superficial" radial artery aligned, meticulously dissected.
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention to the volar ganglion. I made a small sk ...
Complete thread -- my typo "find" = "fine
Complete thread -- yep, "inner table" is find. On a rather quick look, found 5 mentions smn
Complete thread -- I do find in thesaurus that layer and table can be synonymous...and
Complete thread -- tnx
Complete thread -- JMO, but I would say it looks good.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- The *inner table* of the fascia was cleared and then mesh placed.
Complete thread -- Sorry for probably coming off pedantic here. I took literally "who wrote that book"
Complete thread -- That was definitely uncalled for. Got your itty bitty toes stepped on?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- laceration to the thumb on the volar aspect of the MCP s/l free string. On exam...
Complete thread -- that's a new word for me
Complete thread -- that was me - thanks
Complete thread -- NOT directed at you, gf
Complete thread -- fu?
Complete thread -- and yes, I do own a BOS (book and on disc). tyvm to the lower post... fu
Complete thread -- what
Complete thread -- I thought I saw that but was too lazy to look it up. :)
Complete thread -- Yes, definitely Blumensaat line.
Complete thread -- Blumensaat line?
Complete thread -- To the poster who wanted to know why you wouldn't use a hyphen in 50,000 to 100,000..
Complete thread -- There is a screw in the medial proximal tibia. The tibial tunnel is s ...
Complete thread -- Well, it's in the BOS2!
Complete thread -- thanks poi!
Complete thread -- real WAG "that arena" (since you asked for guesses)
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- was a recreational user but most likely acquired his hepatitis C from ____
Complete thread -- thank you b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- agree with Q.
Complete thread -- Where I work, we go by
Complete thread -- Clyde?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to send it in for query, but this very well could be what he is trying
Complete thread -- dyraphisms
Complete thread -- Yes that's what I usually hear too, but this one sounds nothing like that
Complete thread -- Doesn't really sound like your s/l, but I usually hear facial dysmorphism.
Complete thread -- No facial s/l dyscraf-i-fisms
Complete thread -- She has also been extensively investigated by Mr ___, who thought that a
Complete thread -- Oops..meant to post this under the OPs question. Also Vera Pyle's shows two n's.
Complete thread -- Surgical Word Book shows s/b Steinmann pin.
Complete thread -- For those who use BoS2,it is the same as the style quoted in BoS3.
Complete thread -- It used to be conventional to use wbc's and rbc's for urinalysis and WBCs and RBCs for
Complete thread -- It's okay. Even in BoS2 there are 2 ways to write that
Complete thread -- what ? wbcís per high-power field. ? I've NEVER seen wbc's. always WBCs. Who wrote
Complete thread -- well, okay then. new to me!
Complete thread -- 50,000 to 100,000 (need to clarify dictator's short-speak)
Complete thread -- It's the name of the call...
Complete thread -- not sure - he may mean 'training' - or a train went off the tracks.
Complete thread -- Nonmedical word S/L
Complete thread -- seems to read easier to me.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. may I ask why you wouldn't hyphenate it? just curious
Complete thread -- I would do 50 to 100,000 but looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Is this transcribed correctly?
Complete thread -- I think it is okay. See link for google hits...
Complete thread -- s/l *true* tracker
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- femoris
Complete thread -- the quadratus _____ from the posterior aspect
Complete thread -- for ___ analysis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Can't get it, all I hear is "also ____ chips."
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right floor bladder tumor as well as right f ...
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Complete thread -- irritation from the
Complete thread -- Urinary sphincter was closed at rest. Prostatic urethra was 4 cm to 5 ...
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Complete thread -- in spite of
Complete thread -- pancreatitis, ERCP, and cholecystectomy in the last month with subsequ ...
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Complete thread -- and, the music still plays on. that is a good tune tho.
Complete thread -- same as above - chip
Complete thread -- chip was
Complete thread -- chip
Complete thread -- The bladder tumor base and the edges were fulgurated. There was no bl ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left posterior bladder tumor. PROCEDU ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ? Skin?
Complete thread -- shut off? shut up? (he says up, but I like off better)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- *spin* stabilization of right upper extremity.
Complete thread -- There are trace negative *vector* anatomical changes
Complete thread -- eed to arrange for a _______ while APC coagulation - what I hear doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- Got it! Viscoelestic cannula!
Complete thread -- Posterior synechiolysis procedure
Complete thread -- no MP3 but music on MP4
Complete thread -- all i can hear is music? TN Whiskey?
Complete thread -- scanned in
Complete thread -- Await biopsies. If esophageal biopsies are normal <____> for ...
Complete thread -- noted to have anatomic barriers to nasal airflow
Complete thread -- The patient's EKG is not readily available for review and was not __________.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- An osteotome was then used to remove the portion of the maxillary cres ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- along the septum...near the sharpest point of the
Complete thread -- Four percent....anesthetic and....(I don't think insertion THE sounds right)
Complete thread -- A Cottle elevator was then used to elevate a submucoperichondrial flap ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- epinephrine along the septum and nasal floors. The 4% cocaine soaked ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was (were) a little bit more patent?
Complete thread -- Following the septoplasty, the septum was positioned more towards the ...
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Complete thread -- variations in?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 38-year-old male with longstanding history of nasal a ...
Complete thread -- (I sorry)early morning today. (he is correcting his usage of yesterday)
Complete thread -- His T-max was 101.2 yesterday __________ early morning today.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I already sent this in.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- degeneration will affect his vision therefore it is slightly uncertain ...
Complete thread -- The risks and benefits of cataract extraction in general were discusse ...
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Complete thread -- get rid of comma after vision
Complete thread -- quality of vision, with loss of contrast, as well as further loss of detail.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- are you posting your wav?
Complete thread -- endometrial lining, *a* possible myoma
Complete thread -- You can post yours now.
Complete thread -- This is a gentleman with no macular degeneration which limits his visu ...
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Complete thread -- 2. and the intrauterine was found to be thickened (what I hear)
Complete thread -- On #2 the only thing I can get is "___________ thickened
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 next the patient was found to have
Complete thread -- The wound was copiously irrigated with bacitracin and saline and hemostasis sm
Complete thread -- Next, hysteroscope was inserted into intrauterine cavity. Both ostia ...
Complete thread -- I'm concerned he may have said "placed on a Telfa pad etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Also I thought he said "subsequently" (not essentially), but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- changed his mind to "placed on a piece of ____ and sent to Pathology for"
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Complete thread -- 360 degrees x10 times and then the vaginal myoma was essentially remov ...
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Complete thread -- visualized, grasped with ring forceps, and twisted in a ___ fashion
Complete thread -- grasped with ring forceps and twisted in a clockwise fashion
Complete thread -- Next, the hysteroscope was inserted into intrauterine cavity to visual ...
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Complete thread -- sounds like thumb, but I think he says "sound" (uterine sound)
Complete thread -- A lid speculum was inserted. Anterior lip of the cervix was grasped w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- fibroid in the intrauterine cavity??...can't get #2
Complete thread -- Nevermind I got it.
Complete thread -- This is a 45-year-old with a history of a large cervical myoma and als ...
Complete thread -- Aspiration pneumonia with bilateral patchy infiltrates and mostly ground glass sm
Complete thread -- Yes poi that is exactly what I got too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I got it!! I left it alone a bit and went back and it was clear as can be.
Complete thread -- The patient is supposed to be using CPAP prescribed to him many years ago
Complete thread -- The patient is supposed to be using CPAP, prescribed to him in the _____ ICU?
Complete thread -- Thanks it was a long shot. He is a mumbler. LOL
Complete thread -- Sry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- The patient has been on home oxygen for quite some time. The patient has about 3 sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Velcro
Complete thread -- A snug fitting <____> binder was placed around the patient's a ...
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- Disregard this...it appears 'inside' is correct
Complete thread -- Otherwise I've got nothing else. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "roof ____ triangle" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at 3 o'clock
Complete thread -- Here's the reference to the osteotome placement which
Complete thread -- I can only find this...
Complete thread -- I'm looking at an article that indicates the osteotome may be
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 75-year-old patient who is status post ...
Complete thread -- You could be right...
Complete thread -- I will research your s/l in a minute, but I think the rest might be
Complete thread -- R U sure he didn't say "left hand side" (instead of 'left inside')?
Complete thread -- Do you want to re-post your WAV?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says "In the cortical cleanup, a small tear"
Complete thread -- I should correct/clarify...the total knee replacement is navigated...not just
Complete thread -- Triangle of the Nose
Complete thread -- The nucleus was removed in its entirety. Then, the <____> sma ...
Complete thread -- Ah-ha!
Complete thread -- Nucleus was hydrodissected. Nucleus was removed using phaco handpiece ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A red reflex was noted to be poor, but present.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "clinoid, apices, and at...etc"?
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- If I'm reading these google hits right the term "navigated" is
Complete thread -- Clear corneal incision was created in the supranasal quadrant. Endoco ...
Complete thread -- Nasal fracture with malunion.
Complete thread -- argh... Where to put commas! Have I done this right? Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the tip. Didn't realize could put something on both sides of the * in search.
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- oops - I meant "p*cytosis" -- that narrows it down a bit when you know first letter.
Complete thread -- poikilocytosis (hint for next time -- type "*cytosis" in "OneLook" box above)
Complete thread -- Patient had mild s/l poi-clare-cytosis and toxic granulation. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Assuming the Mom was speaking to one feeding therapist, and in case it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- gestalt
Complete thread -- Mom reported that the feeding therapists overall ____ was that she has a sensitive
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- and send him over.
Complete thread -- put a bandage on it and ___
Complete thread -- Thanks again for the opportunity to assist you with her care. I should note also
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- which appears to have been removed?
Complete thread -- once again showed a small amount of adenomatous tissue which appears to be ____.
Complete thread -- NM. Our posts crossed, but I think you nailed it with matched.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "mass" ?
Complete thread -- got it...matched
Complete thread -- returns for initial dressing change after her right wrist s/l mast ulnar
Complete thread -- Even more important an observation than the hyphen. It went right by me. Glad U were there
Complete thread -- actually dime-sized makes more sense, but I digress.
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b dime-shaped (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- wonder if posterior laminar= lamina. Lamina connect spinous process to the pedicles
Complete thread -- concomitant looks like this dictator particular word-use, bet on past reports too sm
Complete thread -- Quinine belongs to a class of drugs known as antimalarials & sm.
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- verlying skin was then removed en bloc using the Bovie with s/l*con-cah-nent* rectal
Complete thread -- quinolones?
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- any ideas?
Complete thread -- allergies to s/l quines ?
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Finding them to cover the T9-T10 area <____> manner and then w ...
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Complete thread -- (correcting) right of the left lead?
Complete thread -- We then placed this lead up the dorsal midline coming to rest just  ...
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Complete thread -- Finding this to be optimal in location and in
Complete thread -- Now, using fluoroscopic guidance, we identified the posterior laminar ...
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Complete thread -- that he had
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Complete thread -- At this point, we then anesthetized the <____> indicated in pr ...
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Complete thread -- feeling his back to be incredibly well prepared
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Complete thread -- At this point, now <____> to be critically well prepared, we t ...
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Complete thread -- 1. went for a full prep (no once)
Complete thread -- 2. ultimately a triple prep of...
Complete thread -- Once in the prone position, we then prepped his back with Hibiclens an ...
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Complete thread -- with his level of readiness?
Complete thread -- I believe he understood the risks and the procedure very well as well ...
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Complete thread -- pain relief over time
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. not yet.
Complete thread -- risks that are associated with this procedure, certainly inclusive of ...
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Complete thread -- 2. what to look for and of course all the attendant
Complete thread -- I saw the patient in preoperative holding where we had a good discussi ...
Complete thread -- IN the two-view position...
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Complete thread -- 1. Acquired a new... 2. All...
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Complete thread -- We found the IPG intact without any visual evidence of infection. At ...
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Complete thread -- Probable
Complete thread -- PRE-OP DX: 1. Cystocele. 2 Atrophic vaginalis with urgency and fre ...
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Complete thread -- post radical retropubic prostatectomy
Complete thread -- PRE-OP DX: Urgency and frequency <____> 6 years ago. PO ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The skin on the right also appeared to have good circulation. Antibio ...
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Complete thread -- SMAS
Complete thread -- Care was taken to elevate the flaps carefully and to ensure an even th ...
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Complete thread -- 1. ______ preauricular groove
Complete thread -- 1. (can't get) 2. into the occiptal hairline
Complete thread -- After adequate general anesthesia was established, the face was preppe ...
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Complete thread -- facial something...wrinkling? (WAG)
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: <____> PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Fa ...
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Complete thread -- and imaged the prostate and measured it to be
Complete thread -- He was placed in a left lateral decubitus position on the stretcher. ...
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Complete thread -- of the meniscus, I did not feel that repair had a ..50% of the meniscus
Complete thread -- Given the location of the tear, the patientís age, and the radial tear ...
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Complete thread -- that might have been catching at times.
Complete thread -- The medial joint line was entered. There was a root tear in the poste ...
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Complete thread -- knee scope?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "knee scrape" ?
Complete thread -- This case required the use of a trained surgical assistant for positio ...
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Complete thread -- were nice. In addition, the
Complete thread -- I got it .........its Malyugin ring - thank you anyway
Complete thread -- The medial joint line was entered. There was a large parrot-beak tear ...
Complete thread -- S/l*MClugan* drain was inserted through the corneal incision and the p ...
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Complete thread -- The patient requested that we consult Dr. ****for guidance on emergent sm
Complete thread -- condition, simply frayed
Complete thread -- The rotator cuff was evaluated. There was central tear in the suprasp ...
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Complete thread -- thinning of his
Complete thread -- wav posted again. thanks.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- The patient is a gentleman who injured his right shoulder at work. He ...
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Complete thread -- again fairly poor
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Complete thread -- I thoroughly mobilized the cuff. I performed the anterior interval re ...
Complete thread -- able to be controlled.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- In her defense, "no answer" is infinitely better than the wrong answer, like you
Complete thread -- He was placed in a left lateral decubitus position. He was given IV p ...
Complete thread -- shoulder Rowe's, and shoulder rolling.
Complete thread -- Good one, billybob!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- due to dilutional effect (diluting?)
Complete thread -- Serum creatinine downtrending is likely due to the s/l loo-lean effect TIA!
Complete thread -- occluder?
Complete thread -- I was just going to post that!
Complete thread -- Too late, but I'd do it "return-to-work note". (I disagree w/Q and wouldn't cap -it's just
Complete thread -- What type of procedure is being performed?
Complete thread -- Weighted speculum was removed, and the __________ balloon was inflated
Complete thread -- doing shoulder shrug, shoulder rolls, and shoulder ______ [rowing vs rolling].
Complete thread -- Impression: Right patellar articular surface **vertex** chondral defect grade III
Complete thread -- I pretty much never understand what she writes inside (or outside, for that matter).
Complete thread -- you ASSUme way too much. The fact you think there are only 3-4 people who
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- WAG...could he be saying PTFE ringed support graft? (pronouncing it 'ring-ed')? See google
Complete thread -- Thank you! That link was very helpful.
Complete thread -- Never mind..think he was saying "ringlet" meaning ringed...
Complete thread -- I should add I'm not comfortable with the verb tenses in the sentence, but
Complete thread -- I'm finding a Russe procedure for scaphoid nonunion treatment...and a hybrid
Complete thread -- This was a 6 mm PTFE s/l*reen-det** supported graft.
Complete thread -- Ortho patient: Before I do a *s/l Rousey* bone grafting, I proceed with three... SM
Complete thread -- what? I don't even understand what you wrote inside there.
Complete thread -- Been awaiting long" hiding as usual, obvious who stalker is OSD
Complete thread -- you can google nonsense like that forever but won't find it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Here is one of many PubMed articles on ferroportin
Complete thread -- ferroportin googles to your context...see link
Complete thread -- to me, sounds like uptake or transportor defect, such as sm
Complete thread -- Sounds like it starts with sp intead of the F.
Complete thread -- anyone hear ferroportin?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- any one have a guess? Please....
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Complete thread -- you guys/gals are the best!
Complete thread -- some form of iron uptake or transporter defect such as a ___ defect.
Complete thread -- See message - might be okay???
Complete thread -- ah... Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- my typo s/b seems (not see)
Complete thread -- see possible since there is "component"...(see google hits)
Complete thread -- tibial ______ "fin"? Having trouble verifying.
Complete thread -- I recommended it under the rationale that it is the title of a form, but, as I said, it is
Complete thread -- thank you Questyr!
Complete thread -- nope... not discontinuation. abrupt something.
Complete thread -- abrupt discontinuation (???)
Complete thread -- Hmmm... I would not capitalize that, but I don't know why. :)
Complete thread -- showed ______ bile duct with multiple areas
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Complete thread -- He's saying premed (as in premedicate) (see google hits)
Complete thread -- s/l afenator -Afinitor(brand)
Complete thread -- It is a brand name, Afinitor, I think (see google hits)
Complete thread -- I have given him another iron infusion today with a hydrocortisone ___ as last time h
Complete thread -- JMO, but I would do it "a Return to Work note"
Complete thread -- Breast cancer patient - chemo med s/l afenator
Complete thread -- return to work note or return-to-work note??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- topography? (the distribution of parts or features -SM
Complete thread -- intraop(erative) _____?
Complete thread -- oral route, as described above?
Complete thread -- The patientís Levaquin will be switched to oral *bradis* discussed above.
Complete thread -- based on the s/l*intra-op -pah-a-graphy*.
Complete thread -- facet joint?
Complete thread -- I sent on to QA. Thanks
Complete thread -- so far, no luck with s/l. Listen again see is still the same sound
Complete thread -- Lumbar and cervical s/l "sedjuwine" lines bilaterally
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l suitable to me ?
Complete thread -- left ____ and atrial ____ are noted
Complete thread -- brought to suitable?/surgical? plane of
Complete thread -- brought through __________ general anesthesia
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- changes and ________ colon appears clear.
Complete thread -- Left _________ are noted.
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Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Turned out it was water density
Complete thread -- Patient has aspiration pneumonia. Started on s/l ech-kep coverage with Levaquin, sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear "watered down ____" (can't make out the last part)
Complete thread -- and another one - to the the
Complete thread -- Extensive well circumscribed _____ exophytic cysts were noted in bilateral ki
Complete thread -- oops just realized I posted this in the wrong place.
Complete thread -- Extensive well circumscribed _____ exophytic cysts were noted in bilateral kidneys.
Complete thread -- The patient had noticed a gush of blood from the fistula site since th ...
Complete thread -- Note U have a typo...s/b inferior aspect of it (not the)
Complete thread -- I finally figured it out. We actually have 3 choices now. I didn't realize that! lol
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Complete thread -- spatulated
Complete thread -- Hemashield graft placement... S/L from ESL
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Not in your context. If it were a heading, title or subtitle of a
Complete thread -- circumducts (look up as circumduction).
Complete thread -- She has a spastic gait where she _____ her left leg.
Complete thread -- Should timed 25-foot walk be capped? I'm seeing it both ways.
Complete thread -- MP3 had nada, MP4 played for me.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- is there a difference?
Complete thread -- It is an MP4 - "prominent"
Complete thread -- No MP3??
Complete thread -- Carotid ultrasound: Waveforms: No ______ sinus waveforms. Antegrade ...
Complete thread -- Are you able to post a wav or MP3
Complete thread -- Not OP, but why? I see a lot of people don't. What's the big deal?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "the brain is pre-coil (as opposed to post-coil) embolization...meaning
Complete thread -- Coil embolization
Complete thread -- Aneurysm Surgery
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Complete thread -- Apparently yes. I googled it and here are the hits.
Complete thread -- Patient has a history of bilateral s/l immersion foot ulcers. TIA!
Complete thread -- Pt. w meniscal tear. MEDS: s/l "hart-sing," fenofibrate, & omeprazole
Complete thread -- rales
Complete thread -- Lungs reveal equal air entry bilaterally, without any s/l jails or wheezing. TIA!
Complete thread -- Here is info on prostate biopsy specimen called a "chip" sm
Complete thread -- a guess s/l neo lizer may be neo laser? Neo=new & may be "and" chemo for rectal cancer sm*
Complete thread -- Yes. Googling shows that a prostate biopsy specimen is called a "chip"
Complete thread -- hmm was CHI spelled. If not, may be "C" orientation (as in shape of) a guess of course
Complete thread -- pt with prostate cancer, low risk, S/L 1 chip? out of 12, Gleason score 6
Complete thread -- undergone s/l*neo-lizer * chemotherapy for rectal cancer
Complete thread -- but it's best to put your s/l and answer on the subject line, s/l adenpers is Adempas.
Complete thread -- *chi* orientation. It is chi, Chi, or CHI?
Complete thread -- Got it...
Complete thread -- Medication S/L from ESL
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Complete thread -- This is a 50-year-old female that has a very large breast with ptosis, ...
Complete thread -- Simpulse irrigation (guy corrected)
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Complete thread -- bacterial seeding of the sutures ...lead to stitch abscess or reopening of the wounds.
Complete thread -- This left a large stellate irregular wounds that had to be cut, tailor ...
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Complete thread -- A #15 blade scalpel was used to excise the skin and subcutaneous tissu ...
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Complete thread -- to avoid any ...nerve injury. The wound.. (can't get second blank)
Complete thread -- The tract was excised just anteriorly <____> possible risk of ...
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Complete thread -- that there was osteomyelitis in this...and that this would be come a longstanding
Complete thread -- Methylene blue was injected into the fistula tract and it went all the ...
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Complete thread -- The ____ probe extended...well lined fistulous tract
Complete thread -- So, initially once the patient was asleep, a lacrimal duct probe was p ...
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Complete thread -- with the understand that if... deep down to the bone from? the previous tooth
Complete thread -- Under general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and draped in a ster ...
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Complete thread -- scar over right face and cheek...abscess with ...osteomyelitis of maxilla.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Abscess and <____>. POSTOPERATI ...
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Complete thread -- used to prove the airway remained open. ...polyp on the tongue
Complete thread -- On the left side, turbinectomy scissors were used to turbinectomize th ...
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Complete thread -- some kind of knife anyway. Sounds more like silver, though I don't have time to research
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Complete thread -- Takahashi was used to reduce the perpendicular plates of the ethmoid t ...
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Complete thread -- to actually be a ...that was blocking the airway anteriorly
Complete thread -- The incision was carried down to the severely deviated septum and it w ...
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Complete thread -- pack around the septum. 2. procedure should be modified ...
Complete thread -- Good night. sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- Marcaine with epinephrine was injected and Afrin-soaked pledgets were ...
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Complete thread -- and this needed to be addressed by the urologist at a
Complete thread -- #1 foreskin and it was told to the family that
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Complete thread -- All cystic components were removed. Complex reconstruction was perfor ...
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Complete thread -- I think he says "near gonads"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Penile cyst x2. PROCEDURE PERFORMED: E ...
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Complete thread -- Is he saying "of the orbit, contouring"
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dermoid tumor of right periorbital area. ...
Complete thread -- I think something like #3 deepening it down to the ...or taking it down...or ?
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Complete thread -- I would start new sentence at Significant
Complete thread -- something like #2 there was a margin of ....or to a margin of ...or ?
Complete thread -- #1 tissue. The lesion had extensive roots which extended
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Complete thread -- typo...not formal...s/b form of
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Complete thread -- please see the previous listing of impressions.
Complete thread -- What was the assessment in the 1st H&P?
Complete thread -- he is dictating second report on same patient. both H&P
Complete thread -- Does he list TP's problems in the history/subjective section?
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Please see the previous <____>. ...
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Complete thread -- more for a longer term type benefit (is what I hear)
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Complete thread -- I did mention to her that if her pain has continued or stays the same, ...
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Complete thread -- delivered to the field..... was placed in the
Complete thread -- The pump was then placed in antibiotic-impregnated irrigation and < ...
Complete thread -- I thought the dictator would pause there and a comma would be appropriate for
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Complete thread -- I think he stumbles trying to say "in the inside of implanted pump" (or something like
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: End of life battery <____> implanted ...
Complete thread -- The reason I said no comma was that I interpret
Complete thread -- I would use a comma after thereafter but not before thereafter.
Complete thread -- thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Asking the meaning of 'goasish" is aggressive? And who's waiting? who's hiding?
Complete thread -- Not too brain sensitive, are ya?
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Complete thread -- in the end of the report he says it again. He is saying (very fast I might add) type 2 sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I would not use a comma
Complete thread -- See google hits
Complete thread -- month thereafter or month, thereafter,
Complete thread -- could he be saying "attention deficit" ?
Complete thread -- okay tried again. It appears to be there, or at least I heard it when I clicked on link.
Complete thread -- I should add....internal can come before end-diastolic or after
Complete thread -- WAV does not match your post.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- Good catch mn...I would also add the "end" MUST go with
Complete thread -- Bipolar disorder, _____ , mental retardation.
Complete thread -- fwiw...you may be thinking of the hyphen in "full-time duty"
Complete thread -- full duty (no hyphen). I checked Merriam Webster to confirm.
Complete thread -- sure, returned to work with no physical limitations imposed
Complete thread -- I think where you have left ventricular "AND" should be "END" sm****
Complete thread -- full duty or full-duty??
Complete thread -- prior cigarette smoker, stopping??
Complete thread -- nevermind... got it :) bedding-in process
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- s/l POD In my abbreviation list I find: POD acronym = pool of doctors
Complete thread -- I think "diminished "ok, just means the findings (TEE hemodynamics) lower on right atrium
Complete thread -- May be...
Complete thread -- Could be MD (mitral diastolic diameter) of 2.11 ? maybe
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Complete thread -- MP3 doesn't match your post
Complete thread -- I *think* the last part of the blank is "several"
Complete thread -- seems okay...here are google hits wording it slightly differently, but use what
Complete thread -- Left _________ are noted.
Complete thread -- of hypertension, ________ years ago, a familial history
Complete thread -- That could be it...
Complete thread -- Cardiac Surgery
Complete thread -- finding DLEU1 and DLEU2
Complete thread -- Have to blank it, done with report
Complete thread -- Spear? Speed? SM
Complete thread -- I could not find a match for this...
Complete thread -- typo "goatish= "OASIS" I think she does hema/onco as from her recent post
Complete thread -- Thanks !! for returning to share (for others here) PSV=pressure-support ventilation sm
Complete thread -- Google wants to know if you mean "goatish"
Complete thread -- what, or who, is "goasish"?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear "the availability" and "necessary" (?)
Complete thread -- new doctor to acct, unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- You might flag for QA or if ĀgoasisĀh around, she might get entire thing. I think she does c
Complete thread -- yes, and 3 to 1 in PubMed.
Complete thread -- nevermind - PSV
Complete thread -- patient in ICU with COPD and tracheobronchitis
Complete thread -- No way to know for sure, but I bet it's POTS (physical and occupational
Complete thread -- CLL Flow Cytometry
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Complete thread -- When it's not a "real" word, it is MT's choice. Dis- wins 2:1 in a google-off over dys-.
Complete thread -- Dis or dyscoordinated?
Complete thread -- #2 straight pick and alligator forceps?
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Complete thread -- slant-back procedure?
Complete thread -- s/l Slight back procedure is performed on hallux. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- perforations were *refreshened out* with the use of straight *pagan* alligator forcep
Complete thread -- thinking it's an online health pod
Complete thread -- no, knee injection
Complete thread -- pod for podiatry? Was the injection for her foot/ankle?
Complete thread -- actually "interfering with *her*" (not "with the")
Complete thread -- dental - and after the word "interfering" you left out "with the"
Complete thread -- After Synvisc injection. S/l pod service
Complete thread -- a history of recent _____ evaluation that
Complete thread -- I think you need to change something. take the period out after level. New sentence at
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Complete thread -- The final ______ position
Complete thread -- An 18-gauge radiopaque Perifix epidural catheter was inserted through ...
Complete thread -- it's probably the other fascicles (you have vesicles) and correct grammar is had been
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Complete thread -- oh yeah, forgot the rest. Agree with nm
Complete thread -- volts look low
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Complete thread -- She is in atrial fibrillation by monitor. Her _____ aglow on her monitor sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is what I hear - A nerve fascicle s a small bundle of nerve fibers
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is it fascicle there?
Complete thread -- but from what I could
Complete thread -- sewed
Complete thread -- I opened it and found that there was a repair to the radial digital ne ...
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Complete thread -- with removal of the scar?
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Complete thread -- After the patient was given general endotracheal anesthesia, the patie ...
Complete thread -- return of worse pain, worsT pain score. may sound contradictory but what I hear
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Complete thread -- with a Glidescope was
Complete thread -- The patient was successfully mask ventilated and propofol was infused. ...
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Complete thread -- The patient was supine on the operating room table and turned over to ...
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Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- The uncinate was removed from posterior to anterior and inferior to su ...
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Complete thread -- saved as a graft for the
Complete thread -- with a Cottle elevator and the contralateral mucoperichondrial flap wa ...
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Complete thread -- sorry, vertical
Complete thread -- jutting out...A verticle cut in the cartilage just anterior to the deviation
Complete thread -- A left hemitransfixion incision was made and the mucoperichondrium fla ...
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Complete thread -- alar appearance
Complete thread -- We discussed detailed risks and benefits of the procedure including bu ...
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Complete thread -- was using Breathe Right strips
Complete thread -- A 50-year-old male with a history of chronic nasal obstruction, chroni ...
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Complete thread -- 1. a difficult 2. he did briefly desaturate to
Complete thread -- She was turned back over to the anesthesia service for successful awak ...
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Complete thread -- of obstruction but at least 1 cm
Complete thread -- Then, a left hemitransfixion incision was made and the mucoperichondri ...
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Complete thread -- the septum was injected with lidocaine 1%? with
Complete thread -- The head of bed was elevated 30 degrees. The 0-degree endoscope was u ...
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Complete thread -- bleeding, scarring.
Complete thread -- Detailed risks and benefits of procedure were explained to the patient ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- CPAP...nasal obstruction; he had nasal obstruction on physical exam.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 48-year-old male with a history of obstructive sleep ...
Complete thread -- spelled wrong, should be Synthograft
Complete thread -- think I found it - Synthagraft
Complete thread -- wish I could have it back, sure like your suggestion, but alas it is gone.
Complete thread -- sinus lift surgery, looking for name of bone graft material sm
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "epiphyseal plate" ?
Complete thread -- I can't find a thing, sorry!
Complete thread -- Standard width with a 3-hole s/l*eviseal* plate was affixed to the volar radius
Complete thread -- Weirdly, there is a sample report on MTSamples that has Chloraseptic
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation here with sentence breaks?
Complete thread -- "very janned"=divergent?
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Complete thread -- ? Orthophoric
Complete thread -- s/l janned blood vessels, sm plse
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Complete thread -- example of Darlene resorting to personal attack. You really are going too far!
Complete thread -- S/L orthofort
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Complete thread -- Taco each time you bash, I think of the "foster children" & forever harm U have done
Complete thread -- top right - archives by date
Complete thread -- Hi. How do I view previous days on this site, such as yesterday and day before?
Complete thread -- If I'm reading the sentence correctly, it s/b "back to bone-to-bone interface"
Complete thread -- here's the link
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Complete thread -- 2.9 (I think he says peel-away but I find pull away anchors)
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Complete thread -- screws near the site?
Complete thread -- 1. pain and limping 2. with the understanding there is 3. near the
Complete thread -- and the patient underwent successful open reduction and internal fixat ...
Complete thread -- where do you get 4 years? Taco has been around for only a little
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Complete thread -- The patientís shoulder was not bad enough for a total shoulder replace ...
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag that since, well, that just don't fit. I think he said it wrong and
Complete thread -- leg was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion utilizing *Chloraseptic*prep
Complete thread -- Nope, not hiding. This is taco and I only "bash" crappy posts.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tendon?
Complete thread -- TACO as usual, w/daily bashing(4 years) "hiding" aren't you. Plain jealousy
Complete thread -- DISPOSITION: The patient will follow large to massive rotator cuff pr ...
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Complete thread -- I'd wait for another ear.
Complete thread -- A titanium 5.5 triple-loaded Smith & Nephew suture anchor was deployed ...
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Complete thread -- I'm paying attention enough to see that you've contributed nothing this morning.
Complete thread -- evidence of radial acromioplasty
Complete thread -- back off, I listed the "posted sentence", it's the words "prior" TO wrong
Complete thread -- Subacromial space: Full-thickness tearing of the rotator cuff with mu ...
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Complete thread -- there was no "chisel" - it was exactly what taco said below.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted again.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- placed with a forceps beneath the
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- There is something else here Kuglen _____ chisel
Complete thread -- The Sheets glide was removed and the second haptic was manually <_ ...
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Complete thread -- caput radii to be exact is head of radius (caput radius...Latin+English)
Complete thread -- using a Kuglen to rotate the shell (I don't hear "chisel") #2 is crack.
Complete thread -- OK - in that case, maybe "ultrasonic time and power" is the heading.
Complete thread -- "caput" isn't "short-speak" for anything. It is a word all by itself. Look it up.
Complete thread -- The quadrants were emulsified; however, there was a thick epinucleus s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. there was a lot of dead space before the blank. he is saying it right in
Complete thread -- sorry, guy, I'm not sure where your blank is... but this is what I hear (sm)
Complete thread -- unless your wav got posted over, you should probably just myob.
Complete thread -- Exactly. he is saying it right where I have put the blank. in procedure
Complete thread -- (this wav starts with "ultrasonic time and power...")
Complete thread -- I think Guy posted all the wav's (looks like to me anyway)
Complete thread -- I don't even see a post that matches the current wav ??
Complete thread -- It makes sense, caput (short-speak) another term for capitellum sm
Complete thread -- this is a repeat post, posted by me by mistake.
Complete thread -- he was the one who posted below - it wasn't another OP.
Complete thread -- caput post? did not know it had wav in it. no sign whatsoever.
Complete thread -- TY for translation. Need more coffee apparently. :-)
Complete thread -- Right; however, you posted over someone's unanswered audio question before this recent one
Complete thread -- Translated: Head of radius with an enlargement of the head...makes sense
Complete thread -- i m poster of below post as well.
Complete thread -- Not correct audio, and you posted over someone else's audio
Complete thread -- So basically sentence makes no sense, ha!
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Nuclear sclerotic and posterior subcapsular c ...
Complete thread -- We discussed risks, benefits, and alternatives to hardware removal, &# ...
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Complete thread -- caput just means head.
Complete thread -- 1. proparacaine
Complete thread -- PT has a *s/l caput* radius with enlargement of the head
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: <____> drops topically, 2% lidocaine gel topically ...
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Complete thread -- (comma) putting ___ (quote) "to sleep" (end quote)
Complete thread -- place/make this in quotes "to sleep" (??) also says rebound OF valgus)
Complete thread -- We discussed risks, benefits, and alternatives to hardware removal, &# ...
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Complete thread -- I think he is changing his mind to 15 degrees in knee extension
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. eight-Plate.
Complete thread -- is it single #8 plate or 8 different plates?
Complete thread -- On evaluation, she has good passive range of motion of her right ankle ...
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Complete thread -- on the left side and compensates by toe walking on the right
Complete thread -- She has an equinus contracture of her left leg and she is unable to ob ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- Gentamicin was slowly started and within 20 seconds of starting the me ...
Complete thread -- Time for me to call it a night. Goodnight.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- left base, mid apex......etc (see link, 2nd hit)
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Complete thread -- ??the Biopty?? (I verified Biopty has live trademark)
Complete thread -- A transrectal ultrasound was then introduced in the patientís rectum a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for covering me....I got caught on the phone.
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Complete thread -- were then used to grasp the left vas deferens and brought to the openi ...
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Complete thread -- This book says the surgeon applies a vas ring clamp...tho I hear "vasal ring clamp" which
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Complete thread -- Lidocaine 2% was then injected in the midline raphe and bilateral cord ...
Complete thread -- the pt is NOT a good candidate. (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Because the stone is radiopaque on fluoroscopy, the patient is not a good
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. For #1 i m hearing "Because the patient". u sure about "is not"?
Complete thread -- I can't get #1. On #2 I think I hear "is not a"
Complete thread -- We will plan to bring the patient back to the operating room in approx ...
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Complete thread -- yeah. was missing "tight". thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- rather than cause
Complete thread -- Think U R missing a word...The ureteral orifice was quite ????
Complete thread -- I was unable to see beyond this point and to minimize any risk of dama ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. tight. was missing that word. thanks
Complete thread -- BoS2 just said not to use "cc", to use mL because of the ISMP. I'll just
Complete thread -- ureter. However, the ureter narrows and I was unable...(sm)
Complete thread -- The ureteral orifice was quite and I was unable to advance the scope a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- does bos2 say something different? That is why I gave the section; I thought
Complete thread -- I think "of the kidney" (not "in")
Complete thread -- A scout film
Complete thread -- Then, 0.03 guidewire was advanced into the left distal ureter and open ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- cefazolin and
Complete thread -- cefazolin?
Complete thread -- Should I be quoting only BoS3 now? I thought you guys only wanted BoS2.
Complete thread -- All necessary equipments were present and accounted for in working con ...
Complete thread -- section 9.4.0 They even give examples: (sm)
Complete thread -- BOS3 - The rule for changing cc to mL above only pertains to liquid vo ...
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Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, alternatives, and potential complications were discus ...
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Complete thread -- **cubic cm** is whatever client preference is. BoS2 says to use mL ....as 1 cc=1 mL
Complete thread -- 58.56 cc or 58.56 cubic centimeters. Left apical...(would like longer wave...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and the most recent one was 8.7
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: 1. Height is 4.60 cm, length is 5.31 cm, width is 4.61 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Not really sure..think I hear something like "last one on 7/1 was 8.7" or "maximum one on
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b continued
Complete thread -- He has had several biopsies at the VA that were negative. However, th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I do hear "predicted" ...and it does google okay
Complete thread -- same word as below
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- Glad you were around.
Complete thread -- have family that had prostate cancer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he got lost in his sentence and wants something like "The patient did have
Complete thread -- something like "family had prostate cancer" ...but not sure exact wording
Complete thread -- He had had no prior history of elevated PSA or prostate problems or pr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "predicted PSA etc" ?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "(new line) _____ PSA is 4.8 ng/ml"
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: 1. Hypoechoic nodule at the right mid prostate. 2. Hei ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- since the sentence starts out with "who has" I would think it s/b "and desires" for
Complete thread -- Also it should either be "and desires" or "and desired"
Complete thread -- #1 with his partner #2 They have been using the rhythm
Complete thread -- is a 36-year-old gentleman who has 3 children <____> and desir ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- supportive underwear??
Complete thread -- I'm not finding anything helpful. Sry.
Complete thread -- The scrotum was then cleaned off. Antibiotic ointment, Telfa, fluffs, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all the way until the
Complete thread -- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Complete thread -- The midline raphe was marked out. An incision was made horizontally i ...
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Complete thread -- was able to manually detorse ...becoming more
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 23-year-old male who has had a history of in ...
Complete thread -- I don't think so. If you google exact phrases of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/l mani-flow cannula -- may be oxygen manifold system,
Complete thread -- Got it! until it was smooth
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A bur was then used to remove strands of pterygium off the cornea and ...
Complete thread -- Confirmed..think he's referring to Tenon's capsule...so Tenon's.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yeah. by mistake. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is a repeat post apparently...see answer in thread lower down.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Progressive pterygium, left eye (nasal). ...
Complete thread -- My 1st impulse is Tenon's....but need to know what surgery is being
Complete thread -- ? steady flow?
Complete thread -- s/l api-colic may be "epiploic" as in sm
Complete thread -- The traction was used with 0.12 forceps to continue blunt dissection w ...
Complete thread -- We then copiously irrigated but did not perform a formal Mumford or su ...
Complete thread -- Oxygen s/l mani-flow cannula. TIA!
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll stick around...I'm only watching TV. But make sure you
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- yeah! Q is here! Now I can concentrate on my own work :)
Complete thread -- but he did have a small osteophyte at the AC joint that we
Complete thread -- but did have a small osteophyte in the AC joint that we
Complete thread -- BTW, "may be" should be "maybe" here, 1 word, as it means perhaps.
Complete thread -- We then copiously irrigated but did not perform a formal Mumford or su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. although we did have fairly soft bone 2. on the lateral humerus
Complete thread -- We did lightly decorticate this area <____> bone in this area ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- We did note an undersurface tear of the rotator interval and **suprasp ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- single
Complete thread -- Therefore, I just removed this chondral flap, again documented by arth ...
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Complete thread -- it started to fray and tear as it was quite
Complete thread -- I think he started to say chronic and changed it to acute
Complete thread -- Initially I thought may be I could place a suture through here and tac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- bleeding and an
Complete thread -- bleed on account of...
Complete thread -- Upon entrance in the shoulder, moderate synovitis and obviously he had ...
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Complete thread -- We dropped right off the edge?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- He had an exam under anesthesia and found to have some instability her ...
Complete thread -- okay - thanks!
Complete thread -- Purchase
Complete thread -- toe perches - does that sound right ?
Complete thread -- Here is a link (see item 5) U might find useful.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- No comma.
Complete thread -- ignore - sent
Complete thread -- 42-year-old, right-hand-dominant or 42-year-old right-hand-dominant..
Complete thread -- Um, wrong thread, but I think you are looking for Sprycel 70 mg, BUT for CML.
Complete thread -- you could try FTW
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Patient on Siprosel 70 daily. (Dx of GERD, DVT, CLL)
Complete thread -- Sorry. This is really a technical question I suppose. I am unable to find any answers
Complete thread -- Here is a good link....
Complete thread -- thank ya'll...I caught the "were" after posting : )
Complete thread -- also s/b was dissected bluntly (not were)
Complete thread -- my guess is endopelvic also
Complete thread -- endopelvic?
Complete thread -- Prostatectomy-Some of the s/l*api-colic* fascia over the prostate were dissected
Complete thread -- peel-away?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- There is a step-tip catheter for hemodialysis.
Complete thread -- The capability of being distended or stretched.
Complete thread -- neck incision. *P L O* introducer was placed
Complete thread -- distensibility?
Complete thread -- A 28-cm *step* tipped catheter
Complete thread -- YES! Thank you!
Complete thread -- internal jugular vein *sensibility*
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- "crush pin" was a sounds-like - that's why you can't find it. The halo part wasn't even
Complete thread -- red yeast rice
Complete thread -- Lab work: Increased cholesterol. She stopped taking her s/l *radeese-rice* SM
Complete thread -- May have to flag...
Complete thread -- ...with a question mark...venipuncture?
Complete thread -- venipuncture
Complete thread -- Following this, right internal jugular s/l*veno-poin-stead* was carried out using the
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- No, they are for lung dissecting.
Complete thread -- Nelson thoracic scissors?
Complete thread -- transverse?
Complete thread -- crap..can't find diddly squat for your s/l
Complete thread -- Like "nossin" scissors, but I can
Complete thread -- The *transfer* ligaments were subsequently divided
Complete thread -- I'ma guess some type of scissors - ??
Complete thread -- Cardiac Surgery
Complete thread -- also found this: " halo phenomenon" (radiolucent line around the pedicle screws).
Complete thread -- found this - (failed fusion) is a halo appearance. So far, can't find "crush pin"
Complete thread -- LOL! Don't you just hate that?
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- ugh
Complete thread -- how about a "cotton patty" -- can you hear that?
Complete thread -- Profilnine
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ESL herniated disk surgery
Complete thread -- room including *profol nine* as well as platelets given the coagulopathy
Complete thread -- hmmm... I wonder if "raydex" might be "radix" (the root of the nose)
Complete thread -- That's it! You ROCK! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Prolensa ??
Complete thread -- addendum radix=radix (base of the nose) sm ****
Complete thread -- s/l raydex =radix
Complete thread -- at their apex?
Complete thread -- The nasal bones were injected dorsally *at the raydex* as well as laterally in the si
Complete thread -- I think this is an eye drop after cataract surgery (see below)
Complete thread -- *sprays monitor*
Complete thread -- I'll listen for those. Thank you!
Complete thread -- or "some question of haloing"
Complete thread -- some suggestion of haloing?
Complete thread -- *led
Complete thread -- Patient is status post SI joint fusion with continued pain.
Complete thread -- No problem. I always disregard your posts, nm.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was hearing the seal on the end too, like Ever-Seal, which lead to Evicel.
Complete thread -- I don't hear Adherus clearly either. Maybe Evicel. Not sure.
Complete thread -- wahoo! Thank you
Complete thread -- actually "tranSzonularly" and "tranSzonular" - I left out my S's
Complete thread -- tranzonularly (I googled "* injection of Trimoxi" to find the word "tranzonular")
Complete thread -- disregard where "link" is listed (I did not post, had trouble getting post to "SEND"
Complete thread -- Ohhhh thanks!! Q, fairly new, not on my list & sharing my list for U & OP
Complete thread -- certainly not what he's saying, but may be what he was meaning.
Complete thread -- transmurally?
Complete thread -- Tri-Moxi was injected ______ [s/l trans-on-yurly] into the vitreous cavity
Complete thread -- I think you got it right on 3rd listen! Good job Q
Complete thread -- Great - thanks for getting back to us, Kitty.
Complete thread -- oops..that's the other link...here's the Adherus
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like "Duragen and Adherus were then used to seal the dura." (see
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you, it was burr hole.
Complete thread -- something and something were then used to seal the dura
Complete thread -- Duragen ____ was used as needed to seal...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- he says decompression (not compression)
Complete thread -- additionally on #2 I think I hear "bleb we did" . But I think there's
Complete thread -- completion of the compression, _____ with a need to seal the dura
Complete thread -- ooops..I've made a grammar error ...s/b must have penetrated my (not must of ..by) ;)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- actually I think he says "completion of the bleb" (where you have "visual")
Complete thread -- I was trying to think of an example where the statement
Complete thread -- #1 extravasated #2 bleb (I'm not sure if he says "visual" though - maybe "vision"?)
Complete thread -- CSF was _____. Upon visual of the _____ neural foraminotomy
Complete thread -- After the prepping & draping, we then
Complete thread -- then performed. We _____ of the prepping and
Complete thread -- yeah, I think part of #4 is "no signs of myelopathy... something"
Complete thread -- I heard myelopathy somewhere in there. geez, speedy much?
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #3 is FHL -- can you slow him down at all?
Complete thread -- oh, maybe cuz it is really a MP4...
Complete thread -- not hearing any MP3
Complete thread -- #2 or any constitutional symptoms
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- bilateral leg pain, who ________. She denied AND dysfunction. __________. Denies a
Complete thread -- is that a question? or are you saying you think "baro" is "repeat"?
Complete thread -- Would this be a repeat subdural hematoma procedure.
Complete thread -- "burr hole procedure" would fit.
Complete thread -- s/l baro procedure (subdural hematoma)
Complete thread -- No shit, Sherlock.
Complete thread -- I think "said" might make more sense. Wavs posted below show that the condition had been
Complete thread -- correction of set? negative dysphotopsia
Complete thread -- It was discussed with him that surgical correction was <____> ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Given that the patient has modest pupil dilation, it was difficult to ...
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Complete thread -- temporal
Complete thread -- The patient was bothered enough by these constant sense of <____&# ...
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Complete thread -- 1. His central Snellen acuity 3. (dash?)- failed to .4. in his periphery
Complete thread -- visual field. <____> was excellent. After extensive evaluati ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- had cataract extraction...shadows that were
Complete thread -- The patient is a 61-year-old gentleman who presented after having < ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Mechanical <____> of intraocular le ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a soft contact lens wearer ...a contact lens holiday...3. post..4. refractive
Complete thread -- She was previously <____> therefore she had underwent <___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- nearsighted is one word per onelook
Complete thread -- since she was a moderate to high myope. She enjoyed being
Complete thread -- She finally wished to undergo cataract extraction of the left eye to i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- area. He was also asked to sit upright to allow...temporal 9 o'clock position around
Complete thread -- The patient was premedicated in the preoperative holding <____> ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and has done well. He returns wishing to have the same done for the left eye.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- The patient is a 77-year-old gentleman with bilateral cataract, the ri ...
Complete thread -- electrical systolic function is normal
Complete thread -- left ventricle?
Complete thread -- s/l selectocain
Complete thread -- __________ systolic function is normal.
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b ill-fitting
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- prepared
Complete thread -- He was using crutches that were ill fitting and he did not know how to ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient takes Flexeril at a dose of 10 mg 3 times a day and also o ...
Complete thread -- Jell-O is a registered trademark of Kraft Foods for varieties of gelatin desserts
Complete thread -- addendum each capsule of Crampeze contains sm
Complete thread -- My take, it reads as if BOTH meds are 150 mg dose, not so (I'd takeout "and"
Complete thread -- I would use heading GENERAL; first 3 & LYMPH GLANDS: Peipheral adenopathy
Complete thread -- are you certain about "clubbing"??
Complete thread -- Thank you, Oasis. Good explanation between essential (restrictive) and important (nonrest
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Rai
Complete thread -- pt with leukemia panel was S/L RAS? stage 0..please sm
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Seems like yes. Google "pincer nail surgery"...then if you've got
Complete thread -- Pincer Nail Surgery
Complete thread -- I'm doing an about face; I see Oasis's point of view.
Complete thread -- help with systems in physical exam
Complete thread -- Oops ...here's the link
Complete thread -- People differ on whether a clause is restrictive (essential) or
Complete thread -- The BOS II says that "usually" a comma precedes "which."
Complete thread -- I would think a comma is necessary. "which was normal" does not affect the meaning
Complete thread -- That is it!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Kronner? (See link)
Complete thread -- Hegar dilators used to dilate cervix until a *crowe manipulator* could be passed.
Complete thread -- I know there are comma rules, but I'd comma after Crampeze since it looks like Crampeze
Complete thread -- Allosig
Complete thread -- His medications include Coversyl, ____, Lasix, Crampeze and Zantac 150 mg twice daily
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- google says even...here is a link with more information
Complete thread -- google say (sm)
Complete thread -- giggle snort...I guess it is a good thing she has more keyboarding
Complete thread -- spit on my monitor! thanks for that...
Complete thread -- I did spell it Jell-O since I had nothing to go with, but geez...
Complete thread -- Thank you! His accent got me!
Complete thread -- insertion handle? sm
Complete thread -- acetabular component was then fixed in the s/l*consertion* handle
Complete thread -- Now, now, poi, she didn't say "own your post," she said "Qwn your post."
Complete thread -- I think generic Jell-O is called gelatin, but it's one of those things...
Complete thread -- right.
Complete thread -- Okay, just another general question. SM
Complete thread -- you use a moniker known to all to expand to *no message* and you accuse others of hiding??
Complete thread -- I can wait. It is just a general question that I always have and need to get straight.
Complete thread -- I usually use a comma with that, but in some cases I don't. Q would know all about this
Complete thread -- Good point. I am trying to QA and this slays me. Everyone puts in a comma.
Complete thread -- I can't answer this. I hate which and commas. Why not say "that was normal" ??
Complete thread -- I'm not hiding. Tis I, Grasshopper.
Complete thread -- Which and commas. I can never get this straight in my head.
Complete thread -- Not such a brilliant answer, nm. In fact, just the opposite.
Complete thread -- Brilliant answer, vlad. I bet that's it. It's a new term for me too.
Complete thread -- SIR-Spheres?
Complete thread -- Like was mentioned, more info was requested. there could be missing words or short speak
Complete thread -- But this doesn't fit under a "Surgery"
Complete thread -- I hear " a simple 4 mm right lobe etc
Complete thread -- It's helpful to give several sentences before and after s/l but no enuf info
Complete thread -- Nevermind - need to move on. Will leave blank. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Surgeries: s/l *Sear spear" placement for liver metastasis
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- and a simple 4 mm (maybe?)
Complete thread -- Got it - too early for me today - it was There is symmetric strength. LOL TIA
Complete thread -- s/l * dysmetric * strength in all distal motor groups. nm TIA
Complete thread -- ? relisten on that consistent, but that's what I'm hearing.
Complete thread -- consistent with a
Complete thread -- 7.8 left adnexal cyst _______ right lobe
Complete thread -- a safe entrance
Complete thread -- At each of the levels, L4-L5, L3-L4, and L5-S1 due to severe degenerat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- could also be X mark (like they marked the proper leg with an X...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the Esmarch was done?
Complete thread -- A time-out was performed identifying the right lower extremity as the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and THE radiologist...the growth plates are _?_closed therefore it would be reasonable to
Complete thread -- In addition, I did get bone age hand x-ray. After having a discussion ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- if the growth plates are closed.
Complete thread -- After having extensive discussion with the family of operative versus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- none of them penetrated the joint
Complete thread -- We then placed sequential locking screws in the wrist holding the frag ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 2. off, but not completely. I left a couple of adherences here...
Complete thread -- Had a standard volar approach to the wrist dissecting down through the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not superior, compared to the other side. He was placed in the lateral
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in people over 60.
Complete thread -- any chance it's something like 7-mm stone?
Complete thread -- I also explained to him the difficulty in treating osteoarthritic chan ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- As well as went over his MRI and what we expected to find.
Complete thread -- I explained to him the risks, benefits, rehabilitation, and restrictio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- tension. (stutter, stutter) The ____ repair overall looked good.
Complete thread -- We got significant retensioning in the cuff. It overall looked good b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 ? Staying the suture #2 re-tensioning this all over the...
Complete thread -- Preop Dx: S/l "Sem yu lar" stone and solitary right ureter.
Complete thread -- We placed a side-to-side converging stitch in this area with #2 suture ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it was obviously abrading...poor??
Complete thread -- We then assessed the cuff and found that I could easily pass a probe t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tacked them down here....there were a couple areas of
Complete thread -- We also placed a suture from the biceps in this anchor here and <_ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I may retension his ....in the hopes of further? stabilizing him.
Complete thread -- I explained him I felt he would not perform much intraarticular stabil ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- He was noted to have arthritic changes but obviously these were preexi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- shoulder problems before after? a motor vehicle accident and??
Complete thread -- stirrup setup (one word)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 68-year-old male who had some mild shoulder <____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a bit uncovered with the femoral head
Complete thread -- The remaining labrum looked to be stable with no entrapment. She was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- 1. a history of prior surgery 2. asked to do it while she was
Complete thread -- Just an aside, but never mind is always 2 words (unless you're talking about the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with both legs in traction
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and was placed under gener ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This patient is a 52-year-old female with left hip labral tear. She p ...
Complete thread -- When I checked sizes the largest I found was 81.
Complete thread -- I see the link...
Complete thread -- I didn't get many hits either...
Complete thread -- I didn't see Oasis had already posted.
Complete thread -- Not sure if this is what it is, but I find A6 Crosslink (see link) only there
Complete thread -- A6? (see link--do a ctrl F with A6)
Complete thread -- Implant
Complete thread -- ohhhh thanks, i'll know for next time
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know - never heard of it before.
Complete thread -- It was Euro-Fer.
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- maybe referring to:. circular Teflon pledget in donut shape placed around the apical core
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to sharei
Complete thread -- Duh, correct! Thanks so much, T
Complete thread -- calcified
Complete thread -- s/l cuff side nodes (sm)
Complete thread -- any chance it could be Xolair?
Complete thread -- drugs.com phonetic search shows Borofare, but I would send to QA because
Complete thread -- Had to send in for query.
Complete thread -- S/L Ro-Fare
Complete thread -- I sure hope you saw Q's answer above!
Complete thread -- No, definitely not lateral. Flagging.
Complete thread -- I know it's too late, but wonder if it was "pull" ...see link
Complete thread -- Note they call it Velpeau axillary lateral view
Complete thread -- Velpeau axillary (see link from book)
Complete thread -- AP and lateral ?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- that is what i went with
Complete thread -- s/l valppo and axxilary view
Complete thread -- enteral?
Complete thread -- Monitor for post PEG bleeding, begin *natural* feeds in eight ho
Complete thread -- 20-French *proof* gastrostomy
Complete thread -- appeared normal. _____ abdominal palpation
Complete thread -- White cell count is __________ , hemoglobin _____ , hematocrit _____, platelets sm
Complete thread -- in office examination enlargment and a torus in the area of her discomfort
Complete thread -- plus pain when she eats and drinks...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This is a 26-year-old female who has a growing bilateral anterior oral ...
Complete thread -- panorex
Complete thread -- apenerex
Complete thread -- ? Teflon donut?
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I couldn't find anything
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Placement of HeartMate-II left ventricular assist device
Complete thread -- I too now hear music on MP4
Complete thread -- I now hear music on the MP4 which seems to go with the thread right above this one
Complete thread -- Looking for case manager s/l Noll Zare in Maine. I'm not coming up with anything TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ex vacuo
Complete thread -- moderate cerebral volume loss with s/l ex-vuh-cor ventriculomegaly. TIA!
Complete thread -- Kerodex
Complete thread -- After pterygium surgery, the patient received *car-et-ex* ointment applied
Complete thread -- I originally misnamed it, should be working now.
Complete thread -- you can test whether the delete button is working SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I recorded that music file off facebook with the Powermp3 recorder. It
Complete thread -- Enjoy Tennessee Whiskey by Clark Beckham on the mp4. I was testing
Complete thread -- I did just hear a music file now on the MP4 link, not on MP3 link if that is yours
Complete thread -- thank you!!! I just downloaded it and am very happy to have it now :) Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I had not tested MP3 today, but now that I got the new converter, I am not worried abouI
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I posted my mp3 to see if it would still work so I might have messed up your testing if
Complete thread -- wonder is s/l otseketome us scotoma,also called visual migraine, is the most common visual
Complete thread -- sorry, I'm a klutz when it comes to technical stuff; tried, but still can't hear WAV files
Complete thread -- the MP4 was added to try to help me and other Windows 10 users
Complete thread -- yay
Complete thread -- scotomata? (floaters)
Complete thread -- I can hear your wav
Complete thread -- there is a free program called power mp3 recoder that is very
Complete thread -- same poster as MP4, I just found an online audio converter and was wondering if
Complete thread -- patient with migraine - s/l otsketoma
Complete thread -- okee doke! Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't use windows. Browser is Firefox. I can't hear wav files, only MP3 and now MP4.
Complete thread -- aha, I bet you got it "ter" sm
Complete thread -- TER - just curious... I just now also put it as a WAV, are you hearing that same audio on
Complete thread -- I can't hear it either
Complete thread -- I do understand that adverbs do not have plurals/singulars. I was just asking
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!!
Complete thread -- :) Before the new MP4 link, only certain people could hear my wav files while others could
Complete thread -- ...on my mac OSX.
Complete thread -- teratogenicity?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, Questyr!
Complete thread -- Questyr - do you hear any audio on the MP4 link ? What version of Windows and browser do
Complete thread -- I can hear your MP4 loud and clear!
Complete thread -- This was just changed as of this morning, that is why there is the new link
Complete thread -- i think the page only supports MP3 and .wav files?
Complete thread -- s/l , "tradagenicity, check back maybe other can help or post voice file maybe sm
Complete thread -- s/l , "tradagenicity, check back maybe other can help or post voice file maybe sm
Complete thread -- I do not hear your MP4.
Complete thread -- As you say, bilaterally is an adverb modifying symmetric and decreased...and
Complete thread -- this was the text I had... just in case you are hearing another audio and not mine
Complete thread -- testing to see if anyone hears my MP4 audio (just a test from yesterday's audio)
Complete thread -- Side Effects of Topamax
Complete thread -- Addendum: Bilaterally is modifying "symmetric" and "decreased."
Complete thread -- Grammar question regarding use of "bilaterally"...
Complete thread -- Barotrauma. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??? trauma from hyperbaric oxygen.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: 1. Biliary trauma from <____>. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- says that they are always irritated, he uses a Q-tip to constantly cleanse his...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant gentleman with longstanding tonsil problems, c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sleepwalks, up at 5 a.m. The patient is very active ??? quickly
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 8-year-old child who had a sleep apnea on a sl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It did not come out with ear drops or attempted removal in the emergency
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a very pleasant 5-year-old child w ...
Complete thread -- hmm....dEvisive could just as easily be a typo for "decisive" as for "divisive"
Complete thread -- She reads them - she is just not "brain sensitive" to their content.
Complete thread -- divisive- to cause disagreement or hostility between people
Complete thread -- poi: UR boring & devisive. My "'definitive explanation of blood sensitive" not mucking up
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- but if you read the other posts you would know the OP already said the
Complete thread -- D-test
Complete thread -- nicely stabilizing this. The rotator....with an L-shaped
Complete thread -- Clindamycin resistance s/l dee-task was not done. TIA!
Complete thread -- This was debrided and a single anchor placed at 11:30 and mattress sut ...
Complete thread -- The full s/l sep-tiv-uh-tary results will be outlined below. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share
Complete thread -- response to your post "geez" aka, the usual stalker/s. I READ the OP question which was
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- LEVEL OF UNDERSTANDING: Full. INDICATIONS OF PROCEDURE: <_ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I spoke to.
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure well and saturations went up to 10 ...
Complete thread -- Can't hear wave either, but could it be swallowed a Monster drink?
Complete thread -- *showed* or *she had*? (didn't hear wav, just looks weird *to me*)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- that is exactly what I heard and thought maybe I missed something. I sm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- unless, after that (at 1 pm) she had another drink which wasn't on the wav
Complete thread -- performed after the
Complete thread -- old wav is there
Complete thread -- s/l followed by around 1 pm, which makes no sense
Complete thread -- A decision was made that the greater saphenous vein should be stripped ...
Complete thread -- The patient states yesterday around 7:00 a.m. showed a Monster drink followed by ____
Complete thread -- (I should add that I agree that the answer here is "rubor")
Complete thread -- Think it's...
Complete thread -- vocal fold polyp removal
Complete thread -- READ THE OTHER POSTS, DARLENE
Complete thread -- OK - I don't really want to argue. I just don't have a "rubor" crayon in my box.
Complete thread -- I have a lot of docs who say "date of confinement" to mean "due date"
Complete thread -- linky
Complete thread -- sure it is, redness of the skin. red is a color. :)
Complete thread -- thanks Taco, I did put the E on it
Complete thread -- every day I hear something new (or I have lost my memory) thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- "confinement" I believe refers more to the labor and delivery part of pregnancy.
Complete thread -- Mrs. Patient has had four obstetrical confinements. (is that simply put, pregnancie
Complete thread -- email billybob, he might know, billybob@the greatdictator.com
Complete thread -- since has sepsis (bacteria thoughout blood stream, they did a "blood culture" sm
Complete thread -- yes... and ever since having windows 10, I have had this issue. Some can hear only :(
Complete thread -- if this is in response to me saying it isn't actually a color...
Complete thread -- nah - don't hear either one, but maybe someone else can.
Complete thread -- Definitely hearing...
Complete thread -- added also now as MP3, see if that will work :)
Complete thread -- what if you refresh?
Complete thread -- rubor is redness of the skin
Complete thread -- the subtle C-shaped curvature ... (my guess)
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing any wav
Complete thread -- Thoracic Spine X-Ray
Complete thread -- no clue if what I have is even correct, not finding with searches
Complete thread -- You shouldn't feel dumb at all since "rubor" isn't actually a color.
Complete thread -- That's it. Sheesh, I feel dumb. Must be Friday afternoon.
Complete thread -- rubor?
Complete thread -- great! (that's what I suggested seconds earlier) - did you see about the 'e'
Complete thread -- Cardiac: 4+ lower extremity edema. Lower extremities are *s/l rue-were* in color. NM
Complete thread -- got it, "in his blood, sensitive to"
Complete thread -- in this context, it'd be Klebsiella pneumoniaE (with an e)...
Complete thread -- sm plse, questioning "blood sensitive"
Complete thread -- It's not clear...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is (not are) no lymphatic streaking
Complete thread -- and agree with bite wound for blank
Complete thread -- lymphatic streaking
Complete thread -- if you hear it clearly, it might be so... if not, maybe "immobilization"?
Complete thread -- "bite wound" is what I hear. (did the patient get bit?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sheath proximal to the _________ wound. There
Complete thread -- Right clavicle fracture
Complete thread -- placed (I would put placement)
Complete thread -- #2 G-tube placement.
Complete thread -- status post trach (tracheostomy), abnormal G-tube placed.
Complete thread -- status post _____, comes in with GI bleed secondary to abnormal G tube _______
Complete thread -- maybe so. Thanks for the reply
Complete thread -- Adenoids grew back?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your time V! Can't tell you how much I appreciate it!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone - I learned so much just from this one post! :)
Complete thread -- Myringotomy and tubes OR, question about preop diagnosis sm pls
Complete thread -- I guess a hyphen is more often used now (assist-control) or nothing at all.
Complete thread -- assist/control 12, tidal volume 550? Others look okay.
Complete thread -- love that idea thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much ==== here is one more ? if you don't mind
Complete thread -- I'd just use a comma since both items pertain to neck exam.
Complete thread -- "sats" (saturations), full carotid upstroke(s).
Complete thread -- NM. Sending off with blank.
Complete thread -- Do the two * areas look correct? Is +2 acceptable to begin a sentence in op note?
Complete thread -- cogwheel rigidity? (not that it matters now).
Complete thread -- Spinal cord stimulation: We were able to *s/l stretch/spread* electrode to midline
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, see google link
Complete thread -- s/l intramural outfracture
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- WAIT... no fasciculation, tremors, rigidity. Strength almost 5/5.
Complete thread -- no facsiculations, tremors, quality of strength almost 5/5.
Complete thread -- circulation(s), a CVA especially, involving
Complete thread -- side suspicious for posterior _____ involving cerebellar structure
Complete thread -- best guess only partial, inside
Complete thread -- I can't get all of it but my best guess is inside
Complete thread -- No quiescent tremors, _____ strength, _____ 5/5.
Complete thread -- ahhhh
Complete thread -- It's a bad sentence but what I think he means is
Complete thread -- vision and _____ nystagmus. _____ is intact and is midline. There is _____ motor, _
Complete thread -- resection(s)
Complete thread -- Tongue cancer was treated with _____. Neck cancer was treated with radiation
Complete thread -- need a word that fits here s/l sitting but doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- "A PA" (physician's assistant) (I know you said nevermind, but...)
Complete thread -- Ti-Cron per the trademark link (in case you get it again).
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- She did have some drainage from an open area in the left axillary regi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again poi. I kept hearing the pattern but not the rest.
Complete thread -- in an inverted?, flat, closed pattern? (what I hear)
Complete thread -- The troponins were minimally elevated and remained so __________ .
Complete thread -- Thanks you gave me enough to figure it all out. I thought there was no way I would get
Complete thread -- Left lower extremity with no signs of pitting?? edema? Right lower extremity...
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: __________ of the right lower extremity and right ankle is in brace.
Complete thread -- That is better than what I heard. I kept hearing 190. but 119 is probably correct sm
Complete thread -- Someone already said it fit perfectly and op said thank you. Op already had documentation
Complete thread -- 119
Complete thread -- VITAL SIGNS: Blood pressure 144/93, pulse _____.
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- struck the
Complete thread -- According to the patient, she was going to the bathroom and for some unknown sm
Complete thread -- caudate lobe?
Complete thread -- There is a vague hypodense lesion in the s/l coded lip of the liver. TIA!
Complete thread -- and I think I hear with not but.
Complete thread -- I kept hearing regular straight rhythm and that is what VR put. But I feel it should be
Complete thread -- rate? (though i do hear *s* sound)
Complete thread -- Sounds are distant, but regular __________ rhythm.
Complete thread -- got this one.
Complete thread -- PMI is nonpalpable. Pulses __________ symmetrical without bruits noted in sm
Complete thread -- typing error - hemorrhagic
Complete thread -- ENT term bilateral "axilla" middle turbinate & crista ethmoidalis is correct SM ***
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I sent it in because I did not feel like I had enough information.
Complete thread -- sadly he does not give more information on the plan. Other than he is going to sm
Complete thread -- *maybe,but not likely* more info would help. a full ____ echo??
Complete thread -- I think you got it poi because he does mention he has possible sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- I will relisten on this one. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Airway crowding noted?
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- At this time, there is no need to do __________ correlate him. Cardiology service sm
Complete thread -- plan will be for toe touch weightbearing with some gentle range of mot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- and overall *IT* looked
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- Oropharynx clear. No exudate, no lesion noted. __________ . No exudate.
Complete thread -- missed it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh, I posted above. I do hear pattern so I think you are correct
Complete thread -- a pattern?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying chest pain in the pattern of atrial fibrillation ....
Complete thread -- I was only able to figure it out after you said it was a PA...I have one
Complete thread -- **We passed the sutures using Zone Specific cannulae and #2 Tycron amo ...
Complete thread -- but I do believe you were right. she threw me off because she only spelled the last sm
Complete thread -- Yeah I saw it, but already sent it in. :(
Complete thread -- did you figure out the proteinaceous cyst post?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- here, into the tibial bone to enhance bleeding and hopefully
Complete thread -- Positive for the patient had chest pain _____ atrial fibrillation RVR. sm
Complete thread -- We then took our microfracture awl and penetrated about 4 to 5 times h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I got this one.
Complete thread -- _____apex of the lateral meniscus...2. had a very minimal
Complete thread -- Amantadine 100 mg t.i.d., _____ mg at bedtime.
Complete thread -- Arthroscopic photos documented placement of the sutures. It overall l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this is a knee, so Stack must be wrong...though that is what I hear
Complete thread -- 1. Stack (I am assuming this is shoulder)
Complete thread -- 2. we had opened...3. Zone Specificģ
Complete thread -- We were able to see a small area here where we were able to decompress ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think where you have *thus* was a stutter..He started "the rest" and then
Complete thread -- **We debrided this using electrocautery to anneal all the fibers and a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- tone here of the ACL
Complete thread -- tone here....loss of fibers
Complete thread -- loss of "tone" loss of "fibers" from the
Complete thread -- The patellofemoral joint looked good. The anterior compartment had a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- just "a touch"
Complete thread -- Once under general endotracheal anesthesia, the patient had exam under ...
Complete thread -- she is saying protein *and then* (spelling the end of the word)
Complete thread -- I *think* possibility of hemorrhage or proteinaceous cyst
Complete thread -- I think she might be trying to spell proteinaceous cyst
Complete thread -- LOL She is a PA.
Complete thread -- she spells "iceous cyst". Is this a doctor or PA?
Complete thread -- . CT of the abdomen and pelvis prior to arrival showed no acute intraabdominal sm
Complete thread -- oh good job! I was thinking she was saying MRI evidence, but couldn't hear that.
Complete thread -- I just went back and listened again and I think she is saying MRI of the brain showed sm
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. that's what bugs me is she is clear but she does tend to stumble a bit sm
Complete thread -- wow, she speaks so clearly but I can't get that blank. sorry
Complete thread -- nevermind, there now
Complete thread -- did your wav post?
Complete thread -- MRI of the brain showed __________ 4 cm area of hemorrhage with irregular sm
Complete thread -- which include,
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- loss of airway and death
Complete thread -- The patient was scheduled for repeat tracheostomy in the OR. Risks an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I would put a comma after wean
Complete thread -- respiratory failure related to
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 56-year-old gentleman who has been on the ve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- clear-like glaze
Complete thread -- Serous fluid of approximately 500 cc was appreciated, sent for Gram st ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: IV ketamine and 40 cc of 1% lidocaine <____>. ...
Complete thread -- He had an accident when his truck was spun and he got some injuries to his spine sm
Complete thread -- I think UR right, found it! I like to give a source, helps the OP. LINK
Complete thread -- Maybe means Penfield 4 (or Penfield #4).
Complete thread -- s/l pen 4 might be "Penfield retractor) sm ***
Complete thread -- Orthopedic Surgery
Complete thread -- Another thought is possibly "consistent with a vasculopath."
Complete thread -- or, vascular pathology (pathological changes in blood vessels)
Complete thread -- Thanks. That makes sense.
Complete thread -- vasculopathy
Complete thread -- I DID read OP who found Silfverskiold but said does not look exactly the way (sm) - OP
Complete thread -- ESL help
Complete thread -- READ THE OTHER POSTS DARLENE!
Complete thread -- wonder if silvershield test might be 'SilfverskiŲld test" (without audio tho)
Complete thread -- found it-thank you
Complete thread -- click on Find Box...section is around the 3rd or 4th highlight
Complete thread -- Might be...see link about how they obtain the graft
Complete thread -- ACL recon with s/l marked bone
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, flaggin
Complete thread -- Thank you t and nm. I appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- I think you've got it. Fits your context perfectly and pretty close to how he said it.
Complete thread -- Was just going to suggest that.
Complete thread -- I have found Silfverskiold but that does not look exactly the way (sm)
Complete thread -- Patient is 12-year-old boy involved in an accident 6 months ago
Complete thread -- when he ___ between infusions ____ -- all I can get right now.
Complete thread -- He had noticed ____ last time to nearly 12 weeks and he started to develop some sympt
Complete thread -- venous may be "weaning" spontaneous breathing trial sm
Complete thread -- ?tardive dyskinesia
Complete thread -- Thank you. It was definitely the first one.
Complete thread -- another possibility is ustekinumab (Stelara) (also used for Crohn's)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- tocilizumab (Actemra) is used for Crohn's
Complete thread -- s/l tacinomab
Complete thread -- It may have been a long shot, but looks like you hit the target! Good job, v.
Complete thread -- Glad it worked out! Thank you for returning to confirm answer.
Complete thread -- I think so...
Complete thread -- vlad --- Wow!! that's it...you're good. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- Thanks, t. I was led to the guess by the ending A's in the s/l. Long shot, I know.
Complete thread -- Think it s/b bilateral maxillae (not axilla, and need plural) and neck of the middle etc
Complete thread -- oooh- I'm impressed with your guesses, vlad. I was thinking nobody could figure these out.
Complete thread -- 5-HIAA and chromogranin A?
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- missing words,
Complete thread -- "Parahisian" is an adjectival form of bundle of His, so no capitalization.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Need to go on.
Complete thread -- See below message
Complete thread -- Looks like Oasis got the answer below (and I agree) so you can post your wav
Complete thread -- Stedman's has parahisian.
Complete thread -- or parahisian (please verify spelling)
Complete thread -- para-Hisian (pacing)
Complete thread -- We dissected down through the skin and subcutaneous tissue, identified ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- However, remaining on burst pacing in the ventricle it became more frequently up sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 5 pounds of traction
Complete thread -- All bony prominences were well padded. The right shoulder was prepped ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- detatched, or would just debride
Complete thread -- The risks and benefits were discussed in detail including anesthesia, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yeah, I hear iced saline ...just was weird since he said cold, which is *duh* with iced
Complete thread -- wait, not sure that makes sense
Complete thread -- iced-saline?
Complete thread -- Patient may get a sedation s/l venous spontaneous breathing trial in the next 24 TIA!
Complete thread -- At the end of the procedure, she had good symmetry to her eyelids. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- lansoprazole
Complete thread -- Vascepa, amlodipine, _____ , levothyroxine.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- subincisionally
Complete thread -- There was no vitreous left. Cortical material was removed with I/A ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- intraocular
Complete thread -- The anterior chamber paracentesis was made and the anterior chamber wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- biceps groove (not screw)
Complete thread -- sutures and made a small wallow? hole here at the edge
Complete thread -- I did cut the biceps tendon at the biceps labral anchor after placing ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- or knots on the glenoid face?
Complete thread -- modified figure-of-eight suture after rasping and using a shaver to li ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- recollection
Complete thread -- We reassessed the labrum superiorly and it still felt like had a degre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- agree with the rest **
Complete thread -- and what looked like
Complete thread -- and single run is correct
Complete thread -- We used electrocautery to anneal throughout the shoulder and evaluate ...
Complete thread -- oh thank u
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- CT-CAP (shortspeak for chest, abdomen, pelvis)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I hear what sounds like thumping...sorry, not much help
Complete thread -- pls help, "CT CHEST, ABDOMEN AND PELVIS"
Complete thread -- suffering ______?
Complete thread -- This is a 4-year-old child.
Complete thread -- do you know what kind of work he does?
Complete thread -- We then placed a modified figure-of-eight stitch in the subscapularis, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- so sorry about that. reposted
Complete thread -- you posted over the poster below before he was helped. You need to repost your wav file
Complete thread -- escape here, not really a tremendous amount of superior escape, but a small amount
Complete thread -- There was only one time that he felt chest pain after he was _____ a lot of _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating theater and placed under genera ...
Complete thread -- also hemilaminas...my first example was to give you the spelling closest to the s/l
Complete thread -- hemilamina plural is hemilaminae
Complete thread -- It appears to be a backformation of CrossFit, so it would not be
Complete thread -- I don't find a trademark so I would use cross fitness
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- for
Complete thread -- Operative at L1 and L2
Complete thread -- No...
Complete thread -- cross fitness or CrossFitness??
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder rotator cuff tear, superior la ...
Complete thread -- does he work in a store that takes inventory periodically?
Complete thread -- Operative report for back pain
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the same
Complete thread -- same?
Complete thread -- The lesion was not contiguous visually with the plantar fascia. The l ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient had a second episode in March. She had and pelvic <___ ...
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- I agree that it would be obliques.
Complete thread -- Where did you find that this is a lab test being routinely offered to humans?
Complete thread -- Wieder.
Complete thread -- I just found it. Using a Weider and DeBakey.. Apparently
Complete thread -- Freer (elevator)?
Complete thread -- SM please s/l a weeder and Debakey
Complete thread -- more... I think he means reduced further (when corrected) for lung volume.
Complete thread -- Thanks taco. I usually hear *corrected* from him too, so it threw me.
Complete thread -- reduced further (he starts to say "corrected" and changes his mind)
Complete thread -- Diffusion capacity was mildly reduced at 22.06 which was 67% predicted ...
Complete thread -- My ass. You read every post up and down the board, you just don't understand them.
Complete thread -- see why I don't read your answers poi, or taco either. Some I do with LB
Complete thread -- addendum amazon.com SURGICAL WORD BOOK (TESSIER)
Complete thread -- yes, Dean turbinate (instrument)Large number in Tessier Surg word book 3rd ed sm
Complete thread -- ENT Surgical
Complete thread -- I agree. Saying it was *likely ok* was ridiculous! gigglesnort
Complete thread -- Unbelievable!!! interpretation Poi, T, Taco as well as b k l o l i, LB AKA giggle snort. -
Complete thread -- Unbelievable!!! interpretation Poi, T, Taco as well as b k l o l i, LB AKA giggle snort.
Complete thread -- ohhh my!!. All lab test begin in lab on various animals, prior to humans use
Complete thread -- aww, you mean you don't really love me?
Complete thread -- Sure, the patient is probably a mouse too.
Complete thread -- Are you saying the doctor held the patient on his lap (thigh) for the surgery?
Complete thread -- Knee op, schmee op. Whose *thigh* are they placing *the patient* on?
Complete thread -- no, taco, you misunderstood/misread, was sarcasm, comment on your daily snark to me.
Complete thread -- thanks, I flagged it, but came back to say will let you know
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- Yeah, this is taco, but I didn't say I loved you. I said, "blah, blah, blah."
Complete thread -- s/l oh-blix might be oblique (slant, angle) (A guess no audio)
Complete thread -- I actually misread your s/l and didn't see the first syllable... folic acid sounds closer.
Complete thread -- obliques (like oblique incisions?)
Complete thread -- difficult dictator, mastectomy, s/l oblix sm plse
Complete thread -- yes, it does poi. It's a knee op. Where do you think would be placed
Complete thread -- the patient was placed on the *thigh* sounds okay to you?
Complete thread -- anoderm perianal abscess, sounds like might be stapler device
Complete thread -- doesn't really s/l d sound, but listened again-folocasid-thinking folic acid
Complete thread -- love ya too (it' as usual taco) PUD= peptic ulcer disease
Complete thread -- found this Plus minus O'Brien's testing. sm
Complete thread -- docusate ?
Complete thread -- blah blah blah - if you see hoof prints think horse, not zebra.
Complete thread -- drug s/l so lock a sid 100 mg as needed.
Complete thread -- there is EGD-e (EGDm) found, re PuD, but difficult to wade through all that, sm
Complete thread -- The anoderm was lifted off the external sphincter muscle with the use of
Complete thread -- Unsure if sentence makes sense as is or if MD corrected the first part of the 'mildly
Complete thread -- Must you use the term "unthaw" in there or are you allowed to correct?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- I think it is just EGD with a stutter -- EGD (um). I can't think of what an M would mean.
Complete thread -- . We will plan to perform an *E G D M* to evaluate for peptic ulcer
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- underbite would be like a misalignment, causing compression and pain sm
Complete thread -- could the 3 and too be L3 and L2? Underriding? Sound file?
Complete thread -- S1 nerve roots, *underbiting* the S1 body and then brought up for *three under biting
Complete thread -- More text would help, but likely ok (like a anatomic position) to set 2 things to face sm
Complete thread -- office medications does fit, dictator looking at "office chart"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no lesion in the "region of exam"
Complete thread -- I don't see how "office medication" would fit, though.
Complete thread -- His exam showed no lesion in the region of the _______.
Complete thread -- in January, the first of February (correcting self?)
Complete thread -- She states that mammogram was done in <____> February 2016 and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- pectoral
Complete thread -- The postauricular skin excess was removed as was the preauricular. Th ...
Complete thread -- 20 mg
Complete thread -- simvastatin _____ mg at bedtime. Not sure if she is saying 20 or 40.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Displaced ankle fracture with ____ medial ...
Complete thread -- That's what I put poi. I first thought hospice and then figured out what would sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tenderness
Complete thread -- On examination, he had limitation of range of motion with midshaft cla ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a blow to the
Complete thread -- I thought she said *office*
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post.
Complete thread -- That's what I thought too but there is no mention of hospice or any illnesses that sm
Complete thread -- The patient is an 18-year-old male, who as a result of a rugby injury ...
Complete thread -- hospice.
Complete thread -- Continue her home medications to include aspirin and statin, her __________ sm
Complete thread -- Okay thanks poi!
Complete thread -- want my guess? 14.2, WBC 15.4
Complete thread -- good job!
Complete thread -- RBC 4.5, hemoglobin 14._____ , WBC 15._____ , platelets 241.
Complete thread -- Found...
Complete thread -- two fistulous connections sounds fine, not sure what was placed through them though.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- complaint of fall?
Complete thread -- The patient is a right-hand-dominant male who presented to my clinic a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- totally (and?) completely
Complete thread -- Perirectal Abscess
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: We will start her on physical therapy. S ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it was nice and taut.
Complete thread -- Once the button was flipped, I confirmed on fluoroscopy that it was fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- will post after above post. Thanks.
Complete thread -- and pull out in full extension. With the leg out in full extension?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- taut? (wav disappeared)
Complete thread -- I then brought the leg out to extension. I noticed that she would not ...
Complete thread -- Once the button was flipped, I confirmed on fluoroscopy that it was fl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- started letting the graft unthaw at that point. I came laterally...
Complete thread -- I found it to not be functioning. Then, we decided at that point I w ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- You might want to check out power mp3 player so you can record sound files
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Right knee operation
Complete thread -- and instability, I recommend arthroscopic evaluation of this.
Complete thread -- 1. With her still having signifiant pain
Complete thread -- 2. instability 3. of this
Complete thread -- I do believe she had aggravated a preexisting condition causing signif ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were ignored.
Complete thread -- Initially, the testing showed disconnection and the further connection ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think he corrected and said "disconnection and so the connections were repeated"
Complete thread -- RestoreUltraģ (regardless of what he said)
Complete thread -- MRI compatible...mated to the extension wires and tested.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- A new Restore-Ultra MII compatible pulse generator was then brought in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway...
Complete thread -- containing
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't help
Complete thread -- So slurred...
Complete thread -- With the patient in the prone position under IV anesthesia, the low ba ...
Complete thread -- sounds like? sound file?
Complete thread -- Left elbow terrible triad fracture-dislocation - Operative Note
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- more posterior of an ending??
Complete thread -- translation error
Complete thread -- more posterior than anything??
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe dictator means have them redone in the department as opposed to portable x-ray.
Complete thread -- x-ray
Complete thread -- medication reconciliation was done and confirmed baclofen pump with s/l im-rock TIA!
Complete thread -- Hypoechoic liver lesion in posterior liver
Complete thread -- Duh! Of course. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- I would think it is PC (posterior chamber) (see link)
Complete thread -- Phacoemulsification with s/l 'BC' IOL implant, right eye. Cannot confirm the BC.
Complete thread -- You mean you read up and down the whole board and found my post?
Complete thread -- enlarged liver at 20.6 cm, with....
Complete thread -- good catch, lb
Complete thread -- Also, listen for bile duct measured (not major)
Complete thread -- Two words that would fit nicely: echogenic or hyperechoic
Complete thread -- s/l hypogenic lesion
Complete thread -- nervemind, it's convert
Complete thread -- sp knee surgery
Complete thread -- never mind, thanks, I think he is just saying "Kelly"
Complete thread -- tubal ligation with modified Pomeroy, sm plse
Complete thread -- Zyston - thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- spinal cage s/l zystin
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi and bkloli. I appreciate the help.
Complete thread -- it is supported on google too. Appears to be the different type of plans
Complete thread -- i "think" this is okay, like a medicine (product) covered by Medicaid. but, wait for
Complete thread -- Patient is a 63-year-old female with a shoulder injury.
Complete thread -- does putting a smiley face in the monikor make this personal attack a joke?
Complete thread -- Rude. You have a messed up head to post rambling rambling things like this.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- noted to have a foci of... (but since "foci" is plural, it would be...
Complete thread -- He was noted to have a full *s/l sigh* of epi-to mid-myocardial scar in the basal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- some melena-type diarrhea??
Complete thread -- gastroenteritis. _______ type diarrhea is likely
Complete thread -- At this point in time, the lens was then rotated to approximately 152 ...
Complete thread -- _?right?_ down to the galea
Complete thread -- Proposed incision above the superior temporal crest on the right and the frontal sm
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob.
Complete thread -- 4 or 5 (events)
Complete thread -- I think he may be saying and I could evert the patella without difficulty.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Over the last year or so he said he had about _____ whenever he would eat sm
Complete thread -- At this point, a lateral release was performed releasing the lateral r ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was able to place
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- All bleeding was cauterized. The biceps tendon was identified. This ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Typo...s/b was noted....I had "there" on the brain. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Significant arthritis was noted with an inferior spur.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "joint. Significant arthritis was there with an"
Complete thread -- After debridement of the acromion, the AC joint was noted to be very n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is what I was wanting to make sure of.
Complete thread -- sorry. did not refresh
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. posted by mistake again. sorry
Complete thread -- already answered
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with pulsatile lavage.
Complete thread -- Again, it was not grossly infected. The wounds were then thoroughly i ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I think he is having trouble spitting out symptoms
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Is he just stumbling around before that?
Complete thread -- symptoms of abdominal pain?
Complete thread -- He denies any __________ symptoms, abdominal pain, fever, chills, cough, sm,
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- with pulsatile lavage?
Complete thread -- There was no gross purulence and the bone quality looked good. The he ...
Complete thread -- see link, 5th paragraph
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard but seemed like a big range 50% to 75%.
Complete thread -- I think I hear 75%
Complete thread -- CT angiogram head and neck shows no acute stenosis or aneurysm, shows a left sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- If it's not SVG, then I can't think what it is. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I would expect to possibly hear "SVG"...but I'm not.
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- What part of the report is this in?...the title of procedure(s)?
Complete thread -- CABG
Complete thread -- I think it s/b Baker and McKenzie, international law firm as "international
Complete thread -- What is being done?
Complete thread -- Must be...
Complete thread -- layers 2 and 3 OR layer 2 and layer 3. Possibly a tonsil clamp.
Complete thread -- She is the director of Baker and McKenzie International Law Firm.
Complete thread -- left internal mammary artery to the proximal LAD,_____to the distal LAD,_____to sm
Complete thread -- Knee Arthroscopic Surgery
Complete thread -- partial ________ removal in 1970.... that's all I can make out.
Complete thread -- The oldest posts are on the bottom, the newer ones on top - you must know that by now.
Complete thread -- Oh for pete sakes stop it (hiding a usual. I "added" to my post, Q was just below mine.
Complete thread -- Iím thinking ďtentativeĒ because not yet determined if there is a need, i.e.,
Complete thread -- I am not finding anything that supports "tentative" in this context. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Yes. (See link with picture of what one looks like, bottom of page 4)
Complete thread -- Orthopedic Spine Surgery
Complete thread -- history of mononucleosis, partial ___________ in 1970 for a benign les ...
Complete thread -- Orthopedic Operative S/L
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- s/l....Stit-nos knot...sm
Complete thread -- That's what happens when you don't read posts (OP and helper posts).
Complete thread -- You didn't write it poorly, Q. I understood exactly what you were saying.
Complete thread -- ahh, not to worry, didn't even see super or supra etc, all is good
Complete thread -- Thank you, Q and nm.
Complete thread -- Not to worry, hard to typed in cramped spaces
Complete thread -- I think febrile ok, reaction to transfusion. Low hemoglobin could be sm
Complete thread -- Darn my typos...meant "This one can't be realistically..etc"
Complete thread -- This one can't to realistically researched because it is what "the patient states" ...and
Complete thread -- No. YOu misread my post..(or I wrote it poorly). I already proved "waist" was
Complete thread -- Patient admitted with low hemoglobin and weakness.
Complete thread -- googling balloon waist can find consistently. Heard often in vascular sm
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Sorry it took me so long to get back and respond.
Complete thread -- Oops..my typo..s/b exceptional in my message (not exception)
Complete thread -- The context I am referring to is the actual sentence
Complete thread -- I too think "waist" A cinched in area (like seeing a sand hourglass.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what context you're talking about
Complete thread -- I thought so too and listened real hard for it, but I think he was just dictating
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble verifying the other either way. Sorry
Complete thread -- space of Graves (see link)
Complete thread -- IMO I think you are right and wonder if the "re" got lost in the "ly"ending part of
Complete thread -- nvm, going with "recap"
Complete thread -- doc says "to briefly *cap* her history" - shouldn't that be "recap"?
Complete thread -- Waist is correct. (see link)
Complete thread -- I understand. One can just walk tandemly. But, one can also
Complete thread -- I went with waist on the one and flagged the other. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that now! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Could it be thoracic? (I know you really hear last, but...)
Complete thread -- Venograpy, waste versus waist and supernominal or supra
Complete thread -- Thanks. Listened again but really hear last
Complete thread -- distal?
Complete thread -- s/l last aorta. There was, however, mild dilation of the ascending aorta and also
Complete thread -- Thanks - I sent it in without commas
Complete thread -- I'm not sure why they keep renewing the trademark when they must know it's also used in a
Complete thread -- I decided to leave bimodal. Medical def. inside
Complete thread -- Full sentence inside, and wv posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- s/l "Bimodal" septal deviation (Nasal endoscopy) Cannot confirm in that context.
Complete thread -- The window was then created in the space of sl*grape*. The ovarian vessels were skele
Complete thread -- I believe he is talking about the tandem gait test (see link,2nd paragraph) and it
Complete thread -- I think she says. He also uses cocaine intranasal.
Complete thread -- He also uses cocaine and _____.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- They are three different things so you need the commas.
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks. i tried your blank but no luck. sorry
Complete thread -- Hope that helped you.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It's there.
Complete thread -- I was hearing what sounded like Orange too. I did some searching and there is sm
Complete thread -- pls post your wav.
Complete thread -- Creve Coeur, MO. i m hearing like orange ...
Complete thread -- Where is this located guy? I think they are referring to the place she exercises.
Complete thread -- commas? He could tandem toe and heel walk. Or, he could tandem, toe, and heel walk.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- She was coherent and able _____ conversation.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 45-year-old right-hand dominant female who fell off a ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- guy, I've usually seen this as nociception, but I think he is
Complete thread -- and when she does have pain are not that severe
Complete thread -- nice! new word for me
Complete thread -- She does have days of mild-to-no pain. However on no stage she does h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nocioception
Complete thread -- She has objective evidence on physical examination, subjective evidenc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- significant amount of pain and rates it a
Complete thread -- Today, she does not have any pain; however, in the last few days she h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for finding that. I have marked my Surgical Word Book
Complete thread -- I do not find "doughnut/donut" in relation to a lymph node. I can only find it in
Complete thread -- You "knew that"? You didn't actually do any research, huh?
Complete thread -- this one would be my guess, but doesnt look like the OP came back?
Complete thread -- hmm puzzled by "sef" maybe 2 drugs given (or not) so found this sm
Complete thread -- cefpodoxime?
Complete thread -- Yes. Type in donuts of lymphs nodes for pathology in Google
Complete thread -- rectosigmoid adenocarcinoma had a polypectomy s/l doughnuts? of true lymph nodes (sm)
Complete thread -- ...cefuroxime???
Complete thread -- ...sulfinpyrazone??
Complete thread -- sulfapyridine?
Complete thread -- The patient has spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and is on s/l sef-pyridoxine. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) She clearly said CYDRA-D, but I'm sure that's what was meant.
Complete thread -- CYRA-D tablet contains: Domperidone (SR) 30 mg + Rabeprazole (EC) 20 mg sm
Complete thread -- Medications: s/l Cydrad 1 packet after each meal. Patient has abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- yhanks for taking time to share OSA Scheie disease pronounced Shay)-
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks!
Complete thread -- Azor (amlodipine and olmesartan medoxomil)?
Complete thread -- Patient on s/l eslo 10/40 one tab p.o. daily. (She has hypertension, kidney stones)
Complete thread -- (pronounced Shay)
Complete thread -- got it - Scheie disease
Complete thread -- The patient is here for followup of her moderate obstructive sleep apn ...
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- psoas (sign)
Complete thread -- not sure but "family doctor"
Complete thread -- young girl with abdominopelvic pain, s/l showage test sm
Complete thread -- ☂ It "just" means a stent that has a curl/J at each end.
Complete thread -- There's still a live trademark for Double-J.
Complete thread -- I always do "double-J", as do most MTs I work with, but I think either way is acceptable.
Complete thread -- "go as dictated" does not answer the question. "JJ" and "double-J" would be dictated the
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Some say if you can substitute a doctor's name, then to
Complete thread -- Fwiw The Surgical Word Book lists double-J stent and has no listing for JJ stent.
Complete thread -- that is what I was not sure, If they were referring to PT/OT/wound care as a person, not
Complete thread -- BoS2 says to lower case departments unless they are referred
Complete thread -- unsure when to cap and not cap in this sentence
Complete thread -- yup, I knew that, but was curious what others did. Thanks.
Complete thread -- For me, I go as dictated, Just means Johnson & Johnson (company name)
Complete thread -- JJ ureteral stent or double-J ureteral stent? (Dictated double J) nm
Complete thread -- That might be it since he is also on fluticasone. Thanks! NM
Complete thread -- montelukast? (see message)
Complete thread -- Rx that sounds like montalvist? Pt has arthritis, hypertension, aortic insufficiency.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- In this method, graft was placed under the posterior tympanic membrane ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 34-year-old female who has had subtotal tympanic memb ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- somewhere else.
Complete thread -- A perforation developed after she had a tympanostomy tube insertion so ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 34-year-old female who has had subtotal tympanic memb ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and plica excisions
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right medial meniscus tear. 2. Right kn ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- through each of the two
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. Firstpass device
Complete thread -- One limb of each of the sutures was then passed <____> MULTIFI ...
Complete thread -- 1. limbs of one of the sutures from each anchor
Complete thread -- A bur and a rongeur were used to debride the bone to facilitate healin ...
Complete thread -- "not suppurative" means it didn't have pus. "Without suppuration" means it was not
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- abductor
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Sharp dissection was through the skin and blunt dissection was through ...
Complete thread -- left alone
Complete thread -- Gelfoam soaked in Marcaine was placed in the arthroplasty space. A wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was not hearing STT else would have written it.
Complete thread -- archives show STT joint is scaphotrapezoid-trapezial
Complete thread -- The trapezium was outlined with a #15 blade and a freer elevator. It ...
Complete thread -- Sharp dissection was through the skin and blunt dissection was through ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- several weeks, however, she
Complete thread -- wav posted. THanks.
Complete thread -- comma in sentence **?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Peering into the joint
Complete thread -- In addition, the retrovascular cord at the DIP joint was released. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Grayson's
Complete thread -- A slow tedious dissection was carried out along the radial and ulnar n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- spiral cord.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- go ahead and post. I have already sent mine in.
Complete thread -- A digital Tourni-Cot was applied. A Brunner incision was made across ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the answer! Good job
Complete thread -- Large __________ right effusion.
Complete thread -- I too heard GERD poi but on looking around found it. sm
Complete thread -- I hear GERD but not sure that fits
Complete thread -- Portal hypertensive disease/__________ requiring frequent transfusions.
Complete thread -- thanks so much. I had just figured out the lithotripsy but was still stuck on the rest.
Complete thread -- lithotripsy and ureteral stent placement.
Complete thread -- He is going to take him to surgery this evening for _____, _____ or _____ sm
Complete thread -- What do you mean not even close? That's what he was basically saying, right?
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks
Complete thread -- "Like"
Complete thread -- sorry about the double post
Complete thread -- I agree - it's a very minor edit (more of a recast) and doesn't change the meaning.
Complete thread -- I agree - it's a very minor edit (more of a recast) and doesn't change the meaning.
Complete thread -- Well, if the MT has editing privileges that would be a good edit.
Complete thread -- That is not even close to what was dictated - I'd get fired for doing that.
Complete thread -- I thought TVT was transvaginal taping.
Complete thread -- I would be called on the carpet for changing it...hands are tied!
Complete thread -- I changed to..."was not suppurative and without evidence of perforation.
Complete thread -- No way! Idiot!
Complete thread -- Seriously!! And this is coming from Chief of Surgery...
Complete thread -- I would blank it. Are you kidding! Where does it stop!
Complete thread -- I would probably use suppuration
Complete thread -- according to dictionary.com - foci - a plural of focus.
Complete thread -- Appendix was distended, but without *suppurata-zation*
Complete thread -- Patient has a s/l wine spirituality. TIA!
Complete thread -- foci always plural
Complete thread -- appropriate
Complete thread -- The procedure itself consisted of raising a fasciocutaneous flap of most of the
Complete thread -- good job! I hear that now too
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- the first order of business would be to obtain
Complete thread -- I can't get it...too much background noise
Complete thread -- I thought that the first _____ of this would be to obtain a cervical MRI to rule out
Complete thread -- gosh, only 3 again? I thought we were up to 5 or 6!
Complete thread -- TVT is for tension-free vaginal tape (where I work, we'd expand that)
Complete thread -- The abbreviation is TVT?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- pubovaginal sling
Complete thread -- s/l *tubal* vaginal sling
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for the input. He gets to keep it.
Complete thread -- It is a derived word from a legitimate suffix with a clear meaning. If he said it, I would
Complete thread -- I vote yes because it fits the rules of adding the "-ness" suffix.
Complete thread -- He experiences improved morning restedness with CPAP. Is restedness okay?
Complete thread -- Plain jealousy?? Oh no, I don't think so.
Complete thread -- haha! (you should try that Darlene! laughter is the best medicine!)
Complete thread -- if it's still there, count me in with the ones who can't hear it
Complete thread -- thank you.. yes, that is what I kept hearing too
Complete thread -- Sounds like "doll-a-vert." The only thing I find is Alavert.
Complete thread -- try pushing your refresh maybe? It plays for me
Complete thread -- Nope, not here either.
Complete thread -- not hearing any wav
Complete thread -- who are the WB-3? If you are going to criticize people, name them.
Complete thread -- allergies ________
Complete thread -- doubt if they did it legally. they didn't do anything else legally, got sued by employees
Complete thread -- There are multi-user licenses available for larger companies.
Complete thread -- better tell that to one of the big mt employers that adopted a new program that is ONLY
Complete thread -- No you don't!! you are here now. Lie in wait, light a fuse, hit & run. Plain jealousy!!
Complete thread -- Agree, the WB-3 feel entitled, they seem to have no conscience
Complete thread -- Leuprolide is Lupron.
Complete thread -- Not a problem for me since I ignore all of your posts.
Complete thread -- me again, just remembered something I read moons ago Thalidomide sm
Complete thread -- oops, didn't realize I hit enter, just ignore this one
Complete thread -- your s/l la thal er ate, maybe leuprolide. Drugs.com 55 prostate drugs
Complete thread -- It's amazing how people rationalize things these days. No respect for other
Complete thread -- your s/l la thal erate,
Complete thread -- wihout audio, a guess "in pieces, "in place" (in normal location, no migrated sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Once again I"
Complete thread -- cephalad portion out and removed it in *pace*
Complete thread -- using fluoroscopy. _____ dissected down
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I would use coccygeal, yes.
Complete thread -- Here is a great link...
Complete thread -- We posted at the same time in relation to your post below! :)
Complete thread -- Thank you :-)
Complete thread -- cotyledons.
Complete thread -- Nevermind - cotyledons
Complete thread -- s/l condo londins ? (placenta)
Complete thread -- doc says coccxal pain
Complete thread -- Obstetrical question
Complete thread -- maybe s/l la thal er ate ??
Complete thread -- drug for prostate cancer, Lupron and only catching last syllable "ate"
Complete thread -- Both parties paid for the software. There is nothing dishonest about it.
Complete thread -- to document the
Complete thread -- A volar plate was then used to secure the fracture. There were 3 shaf ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a dart was created.
Complete thread -- The incisions were made as marked for the ellipse of skin to be remove ...
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "A cooling pad"
Complete thread -- The arthroscopic portals were closed using 3-0 Prolene sutures. The w ...
Complete thread -- microlithiasis
Complete thread -- the patient underwent laparoscopic cholecystectomy for concern of _____
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Seems okay to me...though I would leave the sentence as part of the paragraph.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- There (not it) was improved position of the knee cap unloading the ...
Complete thread -- At this point, then a lateral release was carried out maintaining exce ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he is just stumbling and not really adding anything in there.
Complete thread -- radiography....
Complete thread -- There was significant lateralization and overhanging of the patella no ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he says #1 with still #2 new
Complete thread -- Lateral compartment demonstrated evidence of a partial lateral menisce ...
Complete thread -- no LOC or seizures?
Complete thread -- No abnormal bleeding or __________ . Denies headache.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I got this one.
Complete thread -- Pancreatic calcifications consistent with chronic sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- running over the
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The medial gutter did have a thickened pathologic plica that was < ...
Complete thread -- divisum
Complete thread -- History of chronic pancreatitis secondary to pancreatic _____ .
Complete thread -- Wav posted.
Complete thread -- The patient apparently had _____ chest pain without any pleuritic component.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Vulcan (see link)
Complete thread -- Complete bursectomy was completed and hemostasis was achieved with a & ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again poi.
Complete thread -- these days and
Complete thread -- In fact, she is getting more headache, particularly on the right side, worsening sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- replying to my questions
Complete thread -- pls post wav again. sorry
Complete thread -- I am not sure he is able to comprehend, he had difficulty with _____ my questions.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- crossing the field and a
Complete thread -- Camera was placed in the distal aspect of the cannula and the transver ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tactile feedback
Complete thread -- Kaplan's cardinal lines had been demarcated and trocar was placed bene ...
Complete thread -- Never mind. Not for vag dryness.
Complete thread -- OP paid, but the person "sharing" did not pay to share/give away. Dishonest, period
Complete thread -- It is illegal, copyright laws, U.S.copyright is a form of protection of sm
Complete thread -- I don't compare the two. She bought and paid for it. Her computer went down and she
Complete thread -- oops didn't mean to post twice, thought it did not"take"/send
Complete thread -- It's dishonest. Example if you worked on a book, put on CD & others stole info & shared sm
Complete thread -- It's dishonest. Example if you worked on a book, put on CD & others stole info & shared sm
Complete thread -- There's Vagilia, not that it's helping after all this time. Not really close, but at least
Complete thread -- I'd prob flag this too, drug only 2 years approved, PA probably not familiar
Complete thread -- I think dictator just meant 20,000. If have access to chart, take a look at lab or other
Complete thread -- I used to let my friends record my records onto their cassette tapes.
Complete thread -- I'm the OP, and I normally don't flag either, if I'm 99% sure, but in this case
Complete thread -- I found this when I Googled stretching of pupil with * hooks. Maybe he pronounces it wrong
Complete thread -- I thought more of 'toogle' or coo-gle hooks. I see Kuglen hooks. Not sure still.
Complete thread -- sounds like "pupil" hooks to me.
Complete thread -- The pupil was then stretched with ___ hooks and more viscoelastic material added.
Complete thread -- yes !! Thanks !
Complete thread -- volar margin?
Complete thread -- I think you're right - thanks. Wondering if she meant ulnar margin but
Complete thread -- Without hearing it, I cannot give a definitive answer, but I would
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your thoughts
Complete thread -- If I knew someone was sharing software, I wouldn't give an email address.
Complete thread -- is it illegal to give an email address?
Complete thread -- I agree with this
Complete thread -- *sigh* just so you keep my CV straight, I was a practicing x-ray tech
Complete thread -- I like this better, tho I don't hear it all
Complete thread -- just before the prep and drape?
Complete thread -- Meant to say...I think the first part starts...etc
Complete thread -- The first part starts "was inserted to support ____. Distal etc" But can't get
Complete thread -- I wouldn't admit it in a PUBLIC FORUM!
Complete thread -- I doubt he would engage in illegal activity.
Complete thread -- Hey, I simply asked a question. If everyone shared programs, there wouldn't be businesses
Complete thread -- Really? Have you ever littered? Told a lie?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your thoughts. :) I'm feeling better about the whole thing now, although....
Complete thread -- IF you want it, give BillyBob a heads up and he can give you my email address. :)
Complete thread -- oops, meant to post that under the below post about "is that legal" -
Complete thread -- Well, I paid for it. I've shared other programs. Are you gonna turn me in??
Complete thread -- I agree- he starts to say things then changes his mind. Too mumbly for me to get involved.
Complete thread -- It is the spellchecker. I was just mad. I'm going with Dorland's for the future. :)
Complete thread -- Is that legal?
Complete thread -- dang expensive white count!
Complete thread -- IMO, he is just mumbling, surgeon, then anesthesia, then says about Scar tissue ....
Complete thread -- Which program are you trying to reinstall? I might have it? The spellchecker?
Complete thread -- I couldn't reactivate my Word 2003 because they no longer supported it. Just business.
Complete thread -- ____. Distal colon was mobilized. (can't get that word before distal)
Complete thread -- I am not being rude, but it probably would be best to upgrade since it is 2016.
Complete thread -- with medications, I think you have to flag unless you're absolutely certain.
Complete thread -- Just curious, Do you flag it when they murder the pronunciation or would you use it.
Complete thread -- Foley catheter was inserted ________ was mobilized.
Complete thread -- Super frustrated with Stedman's company regarding their software activation
Complete thread -- Endoshears and ________. Upon taking the scar , ... Fascia of the abdominal wall ___
Complete thread -- I agree - you could be looking all day and not find it because he simply said it wrong.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- She was started on IV Rocephin. I am just gonna flag, think
Complete thread -- He may have just been mispronouncing it "real clear" - the spelling is similar.
Complete thread -- No, but thanks. He says it real clear, Ophelia, like the name.
Complete thread -- White counts don't come in dollars. What comes next?
Complete thread -- She was admitted with a white count of 20,000 s/l dollars??
Complete thread -- I always write it out just like that; some docs dictate "atm" for atmospheres but I still
Complete thread -- Eustachian tube balloon inserted and elevated to **12 atmospheres of pressure**
Complete thread -- Osphena?
Complete thread -- Drug name that s/l ophelia for vaginal dryness? I know I've heard it before
Complete thread -- or can use oe spelling if o with punctuation above it isn't allowed-Schroetter
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you! It's good research practice, though!
Complete thread -- You bet!
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you
Complete thread -- I think excess makes sense...
Complete thread -- Access tendon? Axis tendon? sm
Complete thread -- you keep saying "the end" and "done here" but yet you keep coming back.
Complete thread -- You figure "silly" if you are "not aware" of something & plain just ignore what OP asks.
Complete thread -- wonder if means omega 3 (fish) oil supplements sm
Complete thread -- Okay, I'm gonna thank Oasis for all her hard work since I don't see the OP ever came back?
Complete thread -- yes, thanks for returnng to share, I'm interested in everything, makes life interesting.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I sure hope OP comes back and acknowledges all your hard work. Good job, Oasis!
Complete thread -- I think I'm more interested in the post than the OP! :)
Complete thread -- I do believe this is the correct name of the brand (see link).
Complete thread -- Please look at format suggestion in post below.
Complete thread -- I think #1 could be A2 as well.
Complete thread -- I think we posted at the same time, T!
Complete thread -- I think I hear A2 for #3, though.
Complete thread -- dang - I didn't see that Oasis had already gotten this...
Complete thread -- "Tetric Ceram packable" is in there for #1 and #3
Complete thread -- #1: Tetric EvoCeram packable
Complete thread -- Embrace sealant
Complete thread -- pack size 1 cord
Complete thread -- 2 is some type of "sealant" (I am terrible with dentistry)
Complete thread -- Got it. Thank you anyway. Link inside if anyone is curious.
Complete thread -- I think she is using present tense, so I changed my suggestion to present tenses.
Complete thread -- Right intertrochanteric hip fracture status post cephalomedullary nailing.
Complete thread -- Format suggestion...
Complete thread -- #2: packed size 1 cord
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Link to verify.
Complete thread -- #3: Tetric EvoCeram packable
Complete thread -- three ?s
Complete thread -- Paget-von Schrotter
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- CA-195 (of) 530
Complete thread -- Paget von Schroetter
Complete thread -- s/l pagit vontroders disease
Complete thread -- LFTs were normal. CEA 4.1, _____ .
Complete thread -- This is a 3-year-old Caucasian male with symptoms of sleep apnea, wake ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Benefits, risks, and alternatives were discussed with the patient incl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- TITLE OF OPERATION: 1. Right shoulder complex massive revision rota ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- manipulated him into full external rotation again with some popping...
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthetic demonstrated about 120 degrees of abduction and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I think I hear "had scraped"...Also R U sure he said tacked and not tagged?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 "ending the intraarticular portion"
Complete thread -- Because of the prosthesis, we elected to use Y-knot suture anchors and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- after "groove" I can't make it out until "____. We then freshened up the tear etc"
Complete thread -- CORRECTION: I think I hear "we first entered the bicipital groove"
Complete thread -- #3 biceps
Complete thread -- The biceps had been essentially ruptured but was still stuck in the jo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ??went through??
Complete thread -- I think it might be "labral bumper" (see link)
Complete thread -- She did great until about 6 months ago when she started having recurre ...
Complete thread -- bucket?
Complete thread -- about 15 mL in total according to the volume that is in the s/l bulk-it. TIA!
Complete thread -- sorry, not enough info
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- reattaching *the* labrum
Complete thread -- The patient is to take s/l salmon as directed
Complete thread -- the labral buffer?
Complete thread -- it needed a comma
Complete thread -- There was a small tear in the cuff behind the biceps. The anterior gl ...
Complete thread -- anterior portion, right in the midportion.
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Complete thread -- crack ...Biceps is normal. Middle and
Complete thread -- The anterior labrum clearly disrupted with a <____> in the ant ...
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Complete thread -- The right upper extremity was examined under anesthetic and demonstrat ...
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Complete thread -- by doing *a* synovectomy
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Complete thread -- Standard inferomedial and inferolateral arthroscopic portals were easi ...
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Complete thread -- brought into the field
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Complete thread -- a CVA with secondary
Complete thread -- has indicated it needs to be replaced. The patient had <____> ...
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Complete thread -- messages indicating it needs to be
Complete thread -- The patient has had a spinal cord and a stimulator in place for a numb ...
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Complete thread -- agree with your ** area
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Complete thread -- as tolerated. Once again, I am going _____?
Complete thread -- It overall looked very good, very stable construct. Plan will be for ...
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Complete thread -- leave *an* area.....far less than what we started with
Complete thread -- We were able to leave area of probably about 1 cm to 2 cm of exposed t ...
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Complete thread -- were near?
Complete thread -- protected this superficial peroneal nerve that we identified early on ...
Complete thread -- sorry, spelling correction - should be knife, not knive
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Complete thread -- threw all the instruments we used for that out.
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Complete thread -- We then continued to debride this area making sure we had good bleedin ...
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Complete thread -- just using
Complete thread -- We then closed these up and the lateral wound using a 2-0 Vicryl and t ...
Complete thread -- I don't think knife is right, but that is what it sounds like
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Complete thread -- ____ to take away some devitalized skin....
Complete thread -- *the* lateral heel.... used a knive? to take away
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Complete thread -- We exsanguinated the limb and elevated the tourniquet. We did debride ...
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Complete thread -- Period after "off." New sentence with "He had some..."
Complete thread -- rinsed and
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Complete thread -- had an external fixator
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