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Complete thread -- Plus or minus or plus/minus should be spelled out in full and not expressed as +/-
Complete thread -- I think stumble/change mind. Anatomic variants & variation is SAME meaning
Complete thread -- by chanch, is eye exam? might be scleral spur test. SM & link
Complete thread -- From reading, it does, but best to flag when things/numbers not certain
Complete thread -- I have a feeling (from various reads) straight MT might be coming back
Complete thread -- may be meaning Dr. Smith 3rd request to assist in delivery cone head on breech
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated, she is one with the degree, I might add
Complete thread -- s/l escharded I think slurring ......ruptured quadriceps tendon nm
Complete thread -- yes, A small patch/patches of deserosalized bowel sm & link
Complete thread -- or "subsequent to this that she"...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Nice, agree with taking the comma out from between "that that"
Complete thread -- :) thank you for your input! :)
Complete thread -- If you can't stop and make separate sentences due to verbatim, I would suggest...
Complete thread -- Cool beans. I can't think of anything else, seems pretty good what you've got.
Complete thread -- long sentence - is comma placement ok here?
Complete thread -- that should be "company" not copy :)
Complete thread -- and copy is straight-typing, no VR :)
Complete thread -- check and check... :) new system imported my autocorrects, though I use mostly InstantText
Complete thread -- I *see* the point you are making. I would use whichever the doc dictates. Swim was great!
Complete thread -- And speaking of shortcuts/expansions, the ability to add them on the fly
Complete thread -- Percocet p.r.n.,
Complete thread -- thought there was something else there...glad you got it
Complete thread -- got it with your help
Complete thread -- Current medications include baclofen, Keppra, lisinopril, OxyContin p. ...
Complete thread -- transferred?
Complete thread -- an L4 compression fracture when she bent over to pick something up abo ...
Complete thread -- here she goes again...
Complete thread -- Also, depending on if you've been using them already or not,
Complete thread -- Oh, I am leaving it. Just thought it sounded goofy is all.
Complete thread -- actually, i'd not even question it...i'd just type what i heard.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if you mean a VR system or what, but one of the main things I've noticed
Complete thread -- No question, just babbling, in one of those moods where the stupid is hurting.
Complete thread -- only single digit requires apostrophe
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- haha! we are getting a new system and they are wanting ideas on functions we would like
Complete thread -- read my mind?
Complete thread -- In your description, how is an axial obtained? what would be at right angle
Complete thread -- leg caddy?
Complete thread -- s/l mid caddy
Complete thread -- Norco 10's per day or Norco 10s per day??
Complete thread -- Further findings...making my recommendation to flag if can't determine which was heard
Complete thread -- if you could choose any features to have in a new MT system, what would you want the
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sounds okay - see link
Complete thread -- minor ulnar digital *clawing*, however, these major
Complete thread -- It appears an axial view of the shoulder is obtained by performing
Complete thread -- ahhh..good point. I did misread question. In radiology, that
Complete thread -- I enjoy discussions....but note that you may be misreading
Complete thread -- so noun noun (axilla view) or adjective noun (axillary view)?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I did confirm that 'axial view' of shoulder term is used in U.S. (not
Complete thread -- From google imaging examples an axial view is an axillary view.
Complete thread -- There is an axial view of shoulder (see link from this Radiology Masterclass, scroll
Complete thread -- 70%+
Complete thread -- Yes, that is probably it. He is ESL. Thanks!
Complete thread -- patent?
Complete thread -- patent?
Complete thread -- going with hyphens
Complete thread -- "Pitton" gastrojejunal anastomosis.
Complete thread -- I would say so, yes.
Complete thread -- views of what? If shoulder, axillary. AP, lateral, axillary (3 views)
Complete thread -- hemorrhoid banding at 11, 4, 7 and 11 o'clock (aren't 11 and 11 redundant?)
Complete thread -- thinking axial in both
Complete thread -- can't tell if doc saying axial or axillary -thoughts?
Complete thread -- 70-plus-percent improvement
Complete thread -- or "thee serosals?
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- on a 1-month-old child's ECG s/l QTc "416" sm plse
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- What I hear is "deserosals"....but I've not heard that term used before.
Complete thread -- additional obstructing bands, _______ or injury.
Complete thread -- To support what OP wrote "Research shows that "his complying" etc
Complete thread -- Here's my second WAG: a sharded (as in broken up into pieces).
Complete thread -- a shortened
Complete thread -- Palpating it there appears to be again *s/l escharded* quadriceps tendon appreci
Complete thread -- Research shows that "his complying" would be correct.
Complete thread -- A Maisonneuve only involves 1 malleolus, usually medial.
Complete thread -- breech delivery - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Who knows, he is 67 years old. I used it with a flag as that is what I heard too.
Complete thread -- could it be he does occupational heating and air conditioning?
Complete thread -- agree, two different types of fractures
Complete thread -- name of procedure?
Complete thread -- 'Maisonneuve fracture' A trimalleolar fracture
Complete thread -- thanks 7.
Complete thread -- I would question the trimalleolar. That doesn't seem to fit the Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "heating/air conditioning" (?)
Complete thread -- The patient quit drinking at age 21. Has some occasional _________.
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- minimally displaced trimalleolar s/l masanufe-type fracture with a small posterior
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- categorically not able.
Complete thread -- pat with shoulder pain-PLAN
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- complement
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- penopubic angle, normal *compliment* to penile skin, and a normal-
Complete thread -- Chordee, paucity of ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l cord e paucity
Complete thread -- papaverine?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just *past* the PIP
Complete thread -- s/l propanolin
Complete thread -- Please verify the correct possessive form in the following (see message)
Complete thread -- sounds like Moses Darden.
Complete thread -- vessel nicely that *inter mullet* clean of debris
Complete thread -- had a very nice *spur* test where we cut
Complete thread -- good shape with no *intimal damage on cutback* and no signs of
Complete thread -- pruning maybe ?
Complete thread -- His job duties included picking grapes in the fields, loading and push ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Not sure of the blank, but I'm seeing Mitchell & Shea in San Diego.
Complete thread -- the prior *tagging* of the fascia was reapproximated
Complete thread -- Attorney: _____ *Michelle & Shay* ...
Complete thread -- Medications are related to allergies and asthma and include Allegra, a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- chipped ? comma needed before "whereupon"
Complete thread -- camera. A pin was placed next to the guidewire and then skin and subc ...
Complete thread -- the effect of liver disease ? the factor of liver disease? (wagging)
Complete thread -- oh, never mind, see it's a "she," so not hearing that anymore.
Complete thread -- the fact he had liver disease ?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear maybe "safety and liver disease"?
Complete thread -- does anyone hear maybe "safety and liver disease"?
Complete thread -- :-) ...
Complete thread -- fluff....see link
Complete thread -- #1 (can't get it) #2 I hear "if you require."
Complete thread -- you are way beyond my league. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- would be happy to liaise with you about the___ liver disease _____.
Complete thread -- He literally says "variation anatomic variant"....but I can't
Complete thread -- Medial gutter: Intact meniscus, stable to probing. Anterior border o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oh. okay. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- But I did confirm spearfisherman at Dictionary.com as one word.
Complete thread -- BTW...never use company names to confirm general word
Complete thread -- It is possible that the patient is both a doctor and a spearfisherman (as a hobby).
Complete thread -- two words i guess. One word for a company of that name. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he is saying "Dr." ___(patient name) is a pleasa ...
Complete thread -- And if so, confirm whether one word or two.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "spear fisherman"?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE IN BRIEF: Dr. ___(patient name) is a pleasa ...
Complete thread -- to joint care
Complete thread -- Michael was keen for me ____ with her, so with your permission, I will see her every
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient's high activity level (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- The patient ____ became associated with pain. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I wish I could post a wav but since it is in dss format, ...
Complete thread -- Could it be "slight tightening"? The thread below this one
Complete thread -- The patient also had a correction of the slight *frightening* of the s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot Q. I think this is it! Procedure: Bilateral otopl ...
Complete thread -- I find something called an otoabrader....since not accompanied
Complete thread -- What is the name of the operation? (It helps when researching equipment)
Complete thread -- Once this was reached, the *ulto abrader* was utilized to scrape the p ...
Complete thread -- sorry, anyone can get this
Complete thread -- going to check back in the morning if anything can get this - thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Mainly what he had was a
Complete thread -- The right rotator cuff looked good. Labrum looked good, superior, a l ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort ladies. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- standard site and??
Complete thread -- me either.
Complete thread -- Again, I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Posterior Bankart repair and labral repair, and limited de ...
Complete thread -- What is given as the title of the operation?
Complete thread -- Then, a standard ____ arthroscopy was performed. First, posterior por ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Good one!
Complete thread -- I think it is just tip fullness
Complete thread -- don't know what tibia and fibula is doing in there
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 4 moles
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rhytides of the upper and lower lid, fullness ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- when it was completed
Complete thread -- Sry, I can't get it except I think I hear 'complete' not 'completed'
Complete thread -- There were some small elements anterior along the left side and then o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think you're close...but I think it's "around AND through"
Complete thread -- s/b through (not to) in both places
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing "and then tied around through the muscle element of t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: Fat injection to the cheek, nasojugal groove, nasolabial f ...
Complete thread -- including the muscle element
Complete thread -- Correction: is he saying "down to" or "down through"and "back to" or "back through"? What
Complete thread -- #1 periosteum, passed down
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A laterally based strip of orbicularis was taken and pulled through th ...
Complete thread -- Typo...It was blunt (not There was blunt)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with the hair. There was blunt dissection
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 1. with the hair? 2. jaw and down onto the neck somewhat.
Complete thread -- Then, dissection was carried out over the cheek and the temporal area ...
Complete thread -- The patient quit drinking at age 21. Has some occasional _________.
Complete thread -- got it - tripoding
Complete thread -- stumped, s/l "try totting" SOB and in extremis, sm for sentence
Complete thread -- Yeah, UroCit-K versus UroKit-C. That was my reasoning. Glad to have helped!
Complete thread -- I see now why you're saying to ignore, but being that he does mention a history of
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Why ignore? Thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL! Ignore that one too!
Complete thread -- How about Urocit®-K?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, doubt that would be a routine med.
Complete thread -- No mention of it. Patient has neck pain with evidence of cervical stenosis and kyphosis.
Complete thread -- Any history of pulmonary embolism... urokinase?
Complete thread -- med that s/l euro KC.
Complete thread -- 3 branches: ophthalmic (V1), maxillary (V2) and mandibular (V3)
Complete thread -- Wonder if words were switched around: ...trigeminal nerve branch dissection.
Complete thread -- pt. with left cheek numbness. This could be a trigeminal nerve "dissection" branch?nm
Complete thread -- if you change your mind, let me know. BillyBob can give you my email and I can send it to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- other than the blank needed (effect), sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- At least with the disc it will be easier to search. For all I know, I may
Complete thread -- oh wow, that is cheap. work gave it for free as a d/l and i have the paper book, so was
Complete thread -- The book and disc only cost $4 (including shipping)...but thanks for the thoughtfulness.
Complete thread -- It sounds to me that he's saying the maneuvers are
Complete thread -- wish I had known you ordered, I could have given you that for free!!
Complete thread -- yes, thank you
Complete thread -- effect
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- effect or affect?
Complete thread -- got it - asphericity
Complete thread -- thanks, thought maybe some kind of acronym, but looked high and low
Complete thread -- Thanks poi...I expect my new book today or tomorrow.
Complete thread -- I'd just flag it, seems like he misspoke
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 97
Complete thread -- sm plse Cannot understand why doc said "left" ?some other word.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That was not the page. But I did find it in the archives referring
Complete thread -- sounds like acerisity - I know this word!
Complete thread -- all i see is page 466 - SM
Complete thread -- Don's yet have my BoS2, but believe it states s/b small-bowel obstruction. Can
Complete thread -- it could be stable pelvic imaging as they compared the new images to the
Complete thread -- I meant to say "pelvic ring injury (ring-gee said fast).
Complete thread -- fungating,
Complete thread -- According to his chart, the patient had _______ nonobstructing large mass
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis. I sent it on with a blank.
Complete thread -- I hear something different. It sounded more like "pelvic imaging." I
Complete thread -- ? pelvic ring (as in fracture) See your text pelvic ring pathology)
Complete thread -- stable ring injury?
Complete thread -- Elderly patient sent from nursing home to orthopedic surgeon with
Complete thread -- oops, "their"
Complete thread -- Hospital was specifically asked about the acronym. That was there response: ICFS.
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- little word here on CT scan of back
Complete thread -- AH...
Complete thread -- ? with obstructive jaundice in the biliary tree and gallbladder
Complete thread -- Pancreatic cancer S/L
Complete thread -- that one is strange huh,anserine bursa was initially called no-name-no-fame bursa
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- that is an awesome list! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Makes perfect sense. nm
Complete thread -- coracoclavicular
Complete thread -- here is a nice list but the closest I can find to what I hear is Stawell
Complete thread -- X-ray findings of widening of AC joint, slight elevation of "CC" and AC joints.nm tia
Complete thread -- I never heard or saw this before today "no-name, no-fame bursa" in Stedman's ortho
Complete thread -- I hear peroneal brevis"intact and inflamed". ///take out" and an"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- addendum might try reposting this portion, can't stand trying to find where he is in text
Complete thread -- this is what I got, hate dictation like this ugh, listen over and over sm
Complete thread -- annular incompetence may be demonstrated by discography at levels which reproduce symptoms
Complete thread -- As you might be aware, she had an admission to ____Hospital recently after we commenc
Complete thread -- back discogram
Complete thread -- Better site than mine. First hit on the link describes it well.
Complete thread -- thanks for returning and letting us know, yep, thanks spent a lot of time
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- in Find Box enter...hold and release
Complete thread -- I think so....found this....see link
Complete thread -- I'd say that is okay - see link(s)
Complete thread -- PT for neck symptoms
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I'm finding ICF=intracellular fluid at acronyms.com and PubMed, so would plural be ICFs?
Complete thread -- Multiple questions - fast talker
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- From yesterday's post: ICFS=intracellular fluid(s).
Complete thread -- This distention reaches as __________. A rectal tube is in place.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- finding reference to lower easily but not "high"
Complete thread -- nor to the tibia or fibula.
Complete thread -- could be high (upper), as opposed to lower lumbar?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- impression for back pain
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav
Complete thread -- left foot or to the _______. The patient was transferred
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- can't get blank, but I hear "an infection" not "and inspected"
Complete thread -- peroneal brevis tendon intact and _____ (cant get the blank)
Complete thread -- It's there.
Complete thread -- peroneal brevis and an intact ________. After this, all the
Complete thread -- still hear old wav (after closing page down twice to
Complete thread -- At this time, _______ and inspected
Complete thread -- I should add that checking account specs is always a good idea...
Complete thread -- cc is still used for volume/solid measures, mL for liquids
Complete thread -- Injection would sound more appropriate here. Also, cc is a dangerous abbreviation
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: *Injection/Induction* of bilateral saline implants, 100 cc ...
Complete thread -- hah, interestingly, something *else* AHDI realized after a while...
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything in between, just "with apices"
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Might depend on edition. My electronic 2006 BOS-2 shows it with hyphen, but
Complete thread -- I then placed tension on the left foot and a skin scrub used to mark o ...
Complete thread -- Whew! I'm glad.
Complete thread -- i figured it out so no probs Q. :) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oops...my bad...I left out the word 'cut' ....sry guy.
Complete thread -- then cut the K-wires short and bent them over.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He corrects to end up "the K wires short and bent them over (period)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I also noticed with a natural cascade of the hand that the rotation wa ...
Complete thread -- Also I think he says.."at this area with only a small
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he changes his mind and ends up with "had poked through the"
Complete thread -- This was approximately 2 cm in length. I debrided it down to his exte ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with a hand table (period)
Complete thread -- He was then transferred to the operating table ____. A time-out was p ...
Complete thread -- that you everyone!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- till today to do it (period)
Complete thread -- I recommended operative fixation; however, he wanted to wait ____. Al ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. ...
Complete thread -- My new BoS 2 has not yet arrived, but I did check archives (see link) and
Complete thread -- BOS-2 and 3 both have it with a hyphen, K-wire
Complete thread -- Note: Per HPI, no hyphen necessary as K wire stands
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He changes his mind to...The patient's K wire is bent and cut.
Complete thread -- At that point, the proximal fracture was fixated with a 0.045 K-wire f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Dislocated and fractured left second toe.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dislocated ____ left second toe. POSTOP ...
Complete thread -- held ?
Complete thread -- Definitely "in" and not on. Thanks for The suggestions, Q. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Also, R U sure he said "in" and not "on" ? (as in on the subjects of)
Complete thread -- also I would put comma before and after all told as it could be viewed as interjection
Complete thread -- Wondering if he misspoke..There is a phrase "all told" which
Complete thread -- Don''t think this is right.
Complete thread -- Would think he means coordination-of-care counseling
Complete thread -- Over half of the 90-minute visit was s/l told in coordination of care, counseling TIA
Complete thread -- Oooh....I like that.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a whole lot of
Complete thread -- When I look up definition of intra-articular it means within
Complete thread -- I'll bet that's it. Thanks for your help. nm
Complete thread -- Overall, he states he has improved from the initial injection. He doe ...
Complete thread -- perhaps he is describing the knee pain as intraarticular
Complete thread -- One more orthopedic question for tonight sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just wanted to make sure it made sense here. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 1. She tentatively would like to hold a spot for August. 2. in the fall
Complete thread -- The patient will follow up again on a p.r.n. basis. She attempted ___ ...
Complete thread -- list can mean to lean to one side (see link)
Complete thread -- Orthopedics: List? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- When I google "combined-form cataract" it too is a
Complete thread -- we did on her neck
Complete thread -- I specifically talked about the different procedure versus the previou ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- maybe combined form cataracts in both eyes (two types of cataracts) nm
Complete thread -- or even maybe neural (nerve)because of her select neural presentation
Complete thread -- whee, glad you got it and came back to let us know, spent a lot of time on it nm
Complete thread -- D5W = dextrose (sugar) 5% in water(might check with employer preference on 1/2 or half sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "select neuro presentation" as in neurologic presentation.
Complete thread -- Today, we did discuss pursuing the bilateral L5 injections because of ...
Complete thread -- Oh, maybe combined means nuclear slcerotic and cortical.
Complete thread -- I've heard of "formed cataracts" before..not sure what "combined" means in your context.
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Combined _____ [s/l foam] cataracts in both eyes.
Complete thread -- Also recommended she increase her gabapentin to 300 mg t.i.d. from a p ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- 51-year-old Hispanic or 51-year-old, Hispanic
Complete thread -- best way to transcribe D5W "one-third two thirds"? would that be 1/3-2/3 or spell out
Complete thread -- Maybe. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I flagged that one too. Odd. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Blocked means exactly what it implies: Motion is not full.
Complete thread -- I don't hear loss of. Not sure what blocked motion means and can't find anywhere. nm
Complete thread -- loss of?
Complete thread -- hip exam.
Complete thread -- blocked (BTW, what body part?)
Complete thread -- Orthopedic question s/l ploxed
Complete thread -- nice Q!
Complete thread -- No need to be humbled...I have been there many times.
Complete thread -- Also, "He has a central cord (not "he is a central cord")
Complete thread -- OMG! I am so humbled - thank you
Complete thread -- abductor digiti minimi
Complete thread -- (don't laugh) s/l admitting me sm pls
Complete thread -- oops here's link
Complete thread -- I find "tympanic scute" see link scroll down a bit....so scutectomy would
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- If hip exam, I would have expected "femoral pulse" not "radial"
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks. Thot I was going crazy.
Complete thread -- maybe you are thinking about the link I posted...it had scutum-ectomy
Complete thread -- TA GSC? GSC = gastrocnemius, TA = tibialis anterior
Complete thread -- I don't see anything under your post on that thread
Complete thread -- never mind. Spent too long on it and have another blank.
Complete thread -- Is anyone else having problems with refreshing the board? I saw
Complete thread -- #thattoo
Complete thread -- Hip fracture. EHL and s/l TGS
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Oops.. mean to post this as a separate post under OP's question. Sry
Complete thread -- looks like the question was asked on this board back in 2009
Complete thread -- There is a scutum in the ear and googling shows there are
Complete thread -- see link - might find something to help you out.
Complete thread -- oh, wait, that hardly fits with ENT... LOL
Complete thread -- any other info? scrotectomy ?
Complete thread -- quinolones (it isnt loud)
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- you forgot the hashtag lb haha
Complete thread -- I did find that the dilators were designed for contrast injection, but couldn't get the "8
Complete thread -- Include levofloxacin, MS Contin, penicillin, _______. (possible loud volume)
Complete thread -- and I even looked up Conray and STILL couldn't find it!!
Complete thread -- column (spellchecksucksonhere) ;)
Complete thread -- S/l Patient began reading a columb of numbers...
Complete thread -- From post below: 8 Conray=aid of Conray! Just figured it out thanks to helper.
Complete thread -- King-Devick Testing: Total time is 71.56 seconds with 8 errors. ___ra ...
Complete thread -- I will post if I get the information back from QA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I appreciate your efforts!
Complete thread -- this is the "cocktail" that our urologist uses to treat IC...
Complete thread -- P.S. re: weekly treatment
Complete thread -- ? ICSS
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I looked too, under weekly treatments etc., and find nada.
Complete thread -- I have tried all combinations of letters. Still can't document. Flagging.
Complete thread -- I understand..I HAD noted to the OP the
Complete thread -- I heard it too and it sounded like tunneled to me and it made perfect sense.
Complete thread -- meet the criteria
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think that would be applicable to hypERtension; OP states it's low BP.
Complete thread -- sm & link may see what you need ??
Complete thread -- tty
Complete thread -- s/l weekly ICFS instillation for interstitial cystitis. Can't document.
Complete thread -- The patient does not ____ for inpatient psychiatric treatment
Complete thread -- didn't s/l that at all, started with "R", too many syllables with tunnelled
Complete thread -- sm please re: urinalysis colony forming units
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 'Don't know your blank, but in case not typo, s/b "to evaluate" (not to evaluated)
Complete thread -- consult was called to evaluate as ..
Complete thread -- a card
Complete thread -- s/l car... listen for (a guess) Cartia (diltiazem) chet pain & high BP sm
Complete thread -- secretaries
Complete thread -- best to flag then, the AOP might be dictator "coined" abbrev for ATM=atmospheres
Complete thread -- employed and is a supervisor for ______. The patient denies
Complete thread -- cardiologist and was given _____. Psychiatric consult called to evaluated
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't know what the 8 is referring to. Also, it should be "12 AOP WAS."
Complete thread -- good idea, flag and let us know will/ya
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, guess means unable have complete extension (less/short by 3 degrees)
Complete thread -- I was wondering if it was "vascular-mediated" (see link), tho I
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "past full extension" (meaning hyperextension) ?
Complete thread -- my take, saying radiomarker= made visible on a monitor to see stricture, sm
Complete thread -- OP, I would agree with that.
Complete thread -- extend the knee to approximately +3 degrees, *less full* extension
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oxygenation.
Complete thread -- I guess it will always be a mystery then.
Complete thread -- s/l 8 Conray (see message)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- confirm understanding. Monitor _______. Follow up renal function on diuretic therap
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ok - but geez, you could've at least satisfied my curiosity...
Complete thread -- Wow - too many variables. I'm going to flag it for doc to decide. :) Thanks all!
Complete thread -- self-discontinuation
Complete thread -- This was connected to a _____ discontinuation of cardiotropic
Complete thread -- I also found that even if the patient has not yet been
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- male or female?? - if male, it rules out my guess and I will keep trying...
Complete thread -- treatment for hypertension can lead to hypotension, still wonder if it is "her mediated"..
Complete thread -- could be - I've heard "difficult historian" so "hard historian" isn't farfetched
Complete thread -- poor historian maybe? Listen for that
Complete thread -- Maybe "hard" historian (doc speak for poor historian?) /nm
Complete thread -- I've never heard this
Complete thread -- Google has many hits from reputable sources.
Complete thread -- glabrous junction sm
Complete thread -- 'if these test normal (plasma renin activity)would still be ? renin-mediated hypertension
Complete thread -- I would think low BP would be "hypotension". Does the patient have
Complete thread -- s/l glabrous junction
Complete thread -- I wonder if it's not "neurally mediated hypotension"
Complete thread -- definitely "___-mediated" hypertension. Being seen by endocrinology. Low BP
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- why is the patient being seen, and by whom?
Complete thread -- I just figured out that in the first part of my s/l for the anesthesia, he is
Complete thread -- doubtful - that's a negative association w/panic. It is also probably an Axis I dx -
Complete thread -- Wonder if part of it is " ___-mediated hypertension" ?
Complete thread -- is pt female? Might be "her mediated hypertension" - but what is the dx?
Complete thread -- renin-mediated hypertension?
Complete thread -- s/l hermidiated hypertension
Complete thread -- might be NPD Narcissistic personality disorder
Complete thread -- Could he be saying MDD (meaning major depressive disorder) ?
Complete thread -- what was it? Share?
Complete thread -- sounds like Panic disorder without agoraphobia, *NBD,* recurrent, mild
Complete thread -- OP wrong word, should be "regimen" a prescribed course of medical treatment
Complete thread -- Thank you for all the help. Much appreciated.
Complete thread -- ? abductor block=adductor canal block, a sensory nerve block. ...
Complete thread -- I find they can do an adductor canal block with tibial plateau surgery
Complete thread -- adductor (not abductor) canal nerve block googles well
Complete thread -- Wonder if "zero mad cap"=laryngeal mask (?)
Complete thread -- Surgery = removal of hardware from tibial plateau
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much poi & bkloli!! You guys are awesome!
Complete thread -- Horsham (link)
Complete thread -- VIC Australia is where doc is
Complete thread -- he heard tunneled
Complete thread -- sounds like "hor-sin" (to me) What is the state?
Complete thread -- I cannot even get a s/l from it... Can you on town name?
Complete thread -- 1. sounds like "in ____ (like the name of a town?)
Complete thread -- 2. introitus.
Complete thread -- what did you hear?? I heard only the word "remote" not what listed in message left you
Complete thread -- Always your call...just want you to understand that
Complete thread -- good idea (to me) OR-applied splint, tho think usually in the ER I think
Complete thread -- Two blanks... Help please!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks, meg.
Complete thread -- I will use "OR-applied splint" Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Still debating.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questr. This is an outpatient clinic, so it probably is something else. Not sure
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Air splint?
Complete thread -- EOR could also mean "emergency operating room" see link
Complete thread -- OR (operating room) I do hear the E but I think he was going to say
Complete thread -- EOR could also mean "emergency operating room" see link
Complete thread -- Radius Fracture, .......of the ______ applied splint...
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear "The treated segments show etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. It is an acronym. He kind of says first
Complete thread -- you have Achilles tendon twice and yes, triple joint complex
Complete thread -- I do have docs that dictate those together - we do have skin over our extremities, so it's
Complete thread -- 1. S/l he started to say The ablated ...but changed to The treated segment...
Complete thread -- 2. successful ablation
Complete thread -- In the right lower extremity, he has no pain over the calf, Achilles tendon, malleoli
Complete thread -- I always hear it under extremities, but this is a new doc and she seem ...
Complete thread -- earlier applied splint?
Complete thread -- I usually hear that under "extremities"... but suppose they could go under skin if that's
Complete thread -- misc.
Complete thread -- deep venous system. ______ the treated segment shows evidence of ____ on the duplex
Complete thread -- I figure it out. thaks
Complete thread -- Ignore my statement below. Sorry. Wrong post.
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks
Complete thread -- The patient had 20/40 to 20/50 vision in the left eye due to cortical ...
Complete thread -- Activity modification and maintenance of the "e-o-r" applied splint.
Complete thread -- Yes, I guess I needed confirmation because he said the bone was elevated
Complete thread -- craniotome makes sense, but the wav below doesnt include the blank
Complete thread -- snowed in NC last night
Complete thread -- The bone was elevated with *craniotome* uneventfully
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- cold here in NM, USA
Complete thread -- how's da weather in ya are? ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ertapenem
Complete thread -- suture name might be "Nurolon" and "unlocked" makes sense, since there are locking sutures
Complete thread -- doctor added s/l irdapenin to her minocycline regime.
Complete thread -- Dura was closed anatomically using 4-0 *unlocked neuron* as well as individual su
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- combination of #1, 2, and 3 ____ were used to separate AND was elevated with ____ une
Complete thread -- The Midas Rex drill - but he stutters pretty bad over that.
Complete thread -- musculocutaneous flap. ______ brought in the field.
Complete thread -- Follow up on -
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- googles easily
Complete thread -- She is also getting *blue light* treatments of her face because of sun ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. The audio is in dss format so can't convert it either to ...
Complete thread -- sorry guy, going to change my mind on this. I think he is saying *in the* banana row
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I would think he is saying 2 different areas so *and*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. .....upper posterior thighs *in/and* the banana roll? ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- The patient comes back in now about 3-1/2 months status post liposucti ...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Follow up vs followup??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear tunneled
Complete thread -- I am hearing "tunneled" but nm suggesting "remote". I ...
Complete thread -- I irrigated the wound thoroughly and placed the spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to the deep temporal fascia and then basically elevated off?
Complete thread -- Gosh. I heard different. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Temporal region went down through superficial layer of the deep tempor ...
Complete thread -- remote
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I irrigated the wound thoroughly and placed the spinal cord stimulator ...
Complete thread -- one word
Complete thread -- She *breastfed/breast fed* both children. one word? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- admitted ....blanking plug
Complete thread -- The electrode was ____ to the pulse generator and the extra socket was ...
Complete thread -- I would have helped, but I could not find anything. According to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- the fact that the wiring into the INTRAlaminar
Complete thread -- After application of a sterile dressing, the patient was then turned t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- palpation used to find the connection?
Complete thread -- 1. Removal of epidural quad electrode with extension and pulse generat ...
Complete thread -- 1-1/2 inch incision (.5 is metric) what is procedure?
Complete thread -- After sterile prep and drape and injection of local anesthesia, a smal ...
Complete thread -- After application of a sterile dressing, the patient was then turned t ...
Complete thread -- s/l Beltera for melasma.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- The plan that we are discussing with the patient are options
Complete thread -- Extended wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- is the plan. Something wrong with that sentence at the beginning
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- The plan will be to discuss with the patient the options of various su ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- not a true kissing lesion, but close.
Complete thread -- 1. not in the exact same 2. kissing lesion (see link)
Complete thread -- Likewise, she had an area of central and this was grade 3, 4 area of l ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- especially from a diagnostic standpoint ...chondral-sparing?
Complete thread -- We discussed with the potential risks, benefits, and rehabilitation of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- osteochondral fragment? osteochondral fracture? removal of loose body
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee pain, possible ____, possible media ...
Complete thread -- I am hearing the same. Thanks a lot. was confused. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "leader"
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The Beath pin was removed using an ORTHOCORD suture as a suture _____. ...
Complete thread -- maybe had a congenital missing incisor (canine, lateral & central (3 each side)
Complete thread -- agree (sm)
Complete thread -- You're right. There is no right upper third incisor.
Complete thread -- No...I think it is okay, see above.
Complete thread -- wait - i found this (SM)
Complete thread -- LOL! thanks I will flag
Complete thread -- oh, duh me. I have nothing...
Complete thread -- sorry, yes, I am questioning the "upper third" don't know what doc means
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- pilocarpine. I cannot hear today! nm
Complete thread -- well, he could have a tooth implant there, ?
Complete thread -- I hear a word before overseas too.
Complete thread -- no idea, but often Plaquenil for SLE
Complete thread -- overseas who gets the medication from ____ Laboratory (or laboratories)
Complete thread -- verbal diarrhea! lol
Complete thread -- I hear "overseas" from "Centurion Laboratories"??
Complete thread -- flagged, moving on.
Complete thread -- (referring to mouth for airway assessment pre-op)
Complete thread -- he has an implant in his right upper third incisor. Does this make sense??
Complete thread -- medication "plazal-kerky" 5 mg four times a day (dx of SLE) SM tia
Complete thread -- What? It makes no sense as the OP has it.
Complete thread -- No question, but here's my favorite sentence today
Complete thread -- However, he has been ordering Viagra through _____ who gets the medica ...
Complete thread -- just relistened and not that. Thanks though!
Complete thread -- reducible?
Complete thread -- exam of a patient with prolapsed rectum s.m.
Complete thread -- but, only if the OP isn't verbatim...
Complete thread -- nope, still nothing there.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- so it was "withdrawing"?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- no MP3 there yet
Complete thread -- Urine was negative. EKG is going to be _______
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Obese woman lying in bed ... all I can get, too many blanks, too fast for me.
Complete thread -- The intensivist
Complete thread -- if you have MS Word, click format, bullets/numbering, give examples
Complete thread -- multiple physical exam questions
Complete thread -- 100 despite IV magnesium. _____ was initially consulted
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense with the risk of developing seizures and alcohol
Complete thread -- you usually go number, letter, number... so maybe (1)?
Complete thread -- radiologist that a superior labral tear
Complete thread -- Outlines
Complete thread -- oops,again, didn't delete enough lines in the text presented
Complete thread -- everything but the comma after labral tear...
Complete thread -- I believe means "regrowing"(regenerate/regrow) platelets sm
Complete thread -- any chance that "regrowing" is "withdrawing"? (from alcohol)
Complete thread -- Victoza was all I could find with that dose, but since it wasn't you s/l, I didnt suggest
Complete thread -- It was Victoza. My "sounds like" was way off. nm
Complete thread -- Does this read okay with comma placements?
Complete thread -- pt with diabetes on "glyco-flare" 1.8 mg intramuscular daily. SM
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- She is also in the process of *regrowing* and she could be at risk for developing fur
Complete thread -- shared
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- go to her sister?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- A long discussion was _____ with the patient regarding these findings
Complete thread -- assistant ??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- outpatient psychiatrist and also go to _______ and try to get into an
Complete thread -- that's what i hear too
Complete thread -- (goose bumps)
Complete thread -- piloerection ?
Complete thread -- appropriate
Complete thread -- rhinorrhea or pupillary dilatation and *pile oh rectoin*.
Complete thread -- I hear should the lesions be "cured"
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Psychiatric re-evaluation for ______ disposition.
Complete thread -- archives BRACAnalysis CDx= ovarian cancer lab test sm
Complete thread -- ok, thanks, that is what I heard too but wasn't sure - thought it was weird
Complete thread -- lesion be _______. I will keep you abreast
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- on both hand(s) and body - (but I just hear 'hand' - singular)
Complete thread -- benign skin lesions of both ____ and body, history of thyroid
Complete thread -- s/l a couple **oh taze** ESL sm please
Complete thread -- moms. not possessive.
Complete thread -- moms or mom's?
Complete thread -- found this on index diagnosis + not sure it helps tho, need more info sm
Complete thread -- I believe it is just a different way of saying new diagnosis, index diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Thought so, just wanted to confirm. Thank you.
Complete thread -- yes GATA3 expression in breast carcinoma sm
Complete thread -- keep getting old MP3 even with going off sight and return
Complete thread -- hand and body
Complete thread -- s/l struder might be "Sluder" used in ENT surgery
Complete thread -- breast cancer - s/l gata 3
Complete thread -- benign skin lesions of both ____ and body, history of thyroid
Complete thread -- where is it in the report, Being seen for what? Dx/impression
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- A long discussion was _____ with the patient regarding these findings
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- good deal, my ears are already shot this morning.
Complete thread -- intrapalpebral fissures
Complete thread -- phenylephrine eye drops ?
Complete thread -- i hear him say what souds like next paragraph??
Complete thread -- OK, thanks ...
Complete thread -- sorry, mo, I accidentally used your moniker, and I am not nm.7 either. I'm just
Complete thread -- After placement of _____, the marginal reflex
Complete thread -- right and 0 on the left. ______ pupil fissures are 8 mm
Complete thread -- nm.7 mistakenly used my moniker; I did not post #1
Complete thread -- This is an s/l index diagnosis for her.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 festoon formation
Complete thread -- #2: ...what appears to be a Tyndall effect
Complete thread -- reveals mild ______ formation bilaterally with what appears to be a mild ______ effe
Complete thread -- #1 burns, can't get #2, but in the last sentence I hear "appears to be a 'possible' ..."
Complete thread -- I think you're right - just shortening it... I have some that say it "pro/supination" or
Complete thread -- He has range of motion from 30-140 degrees of flexion with full s/l prone and
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- a. We will undertake microwave ablation of both foci of tumor in the l ...
Complete thread -- s/l struder
Complete thread -- he has the symptoms of a hernia.
Complete thread -- i hear some of it
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, these hernias are almost impossible to palpate or confi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Intermittently, he will have
Complete thread -- It has been worse for about year. He states he has got quite a bit of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Also, the discomfort...pressure. With lifting and coughing, it is worse.
Complete thread -- Over the last 3 weeks, he has been having constant discomfort in the l ...
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Chronic back problems ____. Past Surgica ...
Complete thread -- He presented on 01/29/2015 ____ resolved this small sinus without cell ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- were done?
Complete thread -- For the last month and a half, it increased in size and has become gol ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The reason I sent him there is
Complete thread -- He has a back sinus. He has been seen by Dr. Su, orthopedic surgery. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for #2 I think he is saying either C-section 2, meaning 2 C-sections, or he
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Slight asthma and anal carcinoma. Past S ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I found post-radiation changes
Complete thread -- I found postradiation changes
Complete thread -- The patient is due for a repeat exam under anesthesia. Her last exam ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- biopsies were obtained during colonoscopy and biopsies...
Complete thread -- She was treated by chemoradiation after biopsies were obtained. Durin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- blood thinner for
Complete thread -- blood thinner.
Complete thread -- Risks, benefits, and limitation of both procedures were explained. Sh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 Dexilant #1 Effient??
Complete thread -- Current Medications: ____ 81 mg aspirin and ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I will laparoscopy..... define the fascia
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks. :) ...
Complete thread -- If I believe that this is a lipoma, I will make a small incision and r ...
Complete thread -- like in your above post, he described it as being in the epigastrium, not stomach
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks. Will change it. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I think a patient would describe a lump in the *stomach*, I doctor would
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with some sort of a mass or lump...also a
Complete thread -- Thanks but he is dictating this: She presents with “a lump” in ...
Complete thread -- Assessment & Plan: A 51-year-old female ____ mass or lump in the mid ...
Complete thread -- I would put the closed quote after stomach "a lump in her stomach."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 2 issues
Complete thread -- 2 issues. (she apparently has 2 complaints?)
Complete thread -- posted above. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is 51-year-old female who presents for ____ . She presents ...
Complete thread -- if you want to repost the one below, I will give it a try
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- slightly to the right of midline. Speaking with the patient, she
Complete thread -- The patient also complains of a new right neck mass ___ right of midli ...
Complete thread -- The patient is 51-year-old female who presents for ____ . She present ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- I hear: The right colon had colon cancer within it. Since then she has been tested.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The right colon had colon cancer ____ symptoms. She has been tested ...
Complete thread -- I settled on 'aspect', although it more sounded like 'axis', a short word. Thanks
Complete thread -- Scaphoid waist fracture open reduction and internal fixation.
Complete thread -- I would like to see her at the time of the MRI in 3 months at least. ...
Complete thread -- I hear intact.
Complete thread -- I can hear all 3 suggestions, lol
Complete thread -- could it possibly be idiopathic?
Complete thread -- I think I hear: her gait is intact
Complete thread -- Toed might fit, as in towed- in (meaning a direction) Pointing in towards the centerline
Complete thread -- sounds like antalgic, can't stand to listen to it again to verify.
Complete thread -- her gait is _____>
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input, Q!
Complete thread -- I should add that pulmonary vascular cephalization is more comman than the other
Complete thread -- Oops ....I omitted a word...I meant to type..there is such as thing as a noun modifier,etc
Complete thread -- cephalization is the noun while pulmonary and vascular are
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray does not demonstrate pulmonary s/l vascular cephalization. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q. I've missed "seeing" you around this week. Glad to know you're still here. :)
Complete thread -- Wonder if saying "creps" as in crepitations?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Lung examination reveals s/l crisps in posterior lung fields. TIA!
Complete thread -- i'm with your
Complete thread -- lytic areas
Complete thread -- ligatures
Complete thread -- L3 fracture appears acute since there are some s/l lit-i-gears anteriorly. TIA!
Complete thread -- Not sure... Thanks for helping, though. Might have to flag.
Complete thread -- basal metabolic assessment for patient's weight?
Complete thread -- _____for patient's weight was normal 18. Sorry, just can't get first part.
Complete thread -- got it - The corneas
Complete thread -- eye trauma. Sounds like a-cor-dias
Complete thread -- mp3 - last one and have no idea what he's saying here (labs again)
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- yes, I hear hypothyroidism
Complete thread -- ur very welcome, wish I could help on the other one
Complete thread -- mp3 double check of 1 word... Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you! Really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- That's what I'm thinking, too.
Complete thread -- Is he saying assay in first blank (to go with previous)
Complete thread -- last one is erythrocyte folate
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded, need help with labs. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- I meants 'accumulants"
Complete thread -- just a guess, but could he mean accumulations? (no such word as accumulates tho)
Complete thread -- thanks! me too now with your help! :)
Complete thread -- griseofulvin
Complete thread -- med help
Complete thread -- no diplopia
Complete thread -- Red lens testing showed s/l mobicphobia. Intraocular pressures were 15 in each eye.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l hum-yu-lantz ?? sm plse
Complete thread -- probed would work for last one but not sure about first. Not much like s/l
Complete thread -- Hmm, how about toured?
Complete thread -- I thought the same, but at the end of the OP's excerpt, that doesn't seem to fit.
Complete thread -- towed ?
Complete thread -- At this point, the arthroscope was again *toed* throughout the knee. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- "mainly when she moved around"
Complete thread -- Could it be coordinator or manager? (My spouse works at this.)
Complete thread -- mp3, not quite catching this regarding pain. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- He works as a transportation *claimer/planner*. ...
Complete thread -- NM. Pus cells.
Complete thread -- UA revealed positive nitrites urine with 3 to 5 s/l pa cells. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input! flagging and moving on
Complete thread -- in the shipping industry _____.
Complete thread -- how cool, looks like great fun. thanks for sharing.
Complete thread -- got it ...conformer
Complete thread -- eye surgery - pls help
Complete thread -- No history of tobacco use. The patient does not use alcoholic beverag ...
Complete thread -- it sounds like "laxin" to me. ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear the wave, but triamterene for 1st one? Googled dosage.
Complete thread -- 1. Hydrochlorothiazide/____ 25/37.5 mg daily. 2. ____ 25 mg b.i.d. ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: 1. Hydrochlorothiazide/____ 25/37.5 mg daily. ...
Complete thread -- I couldn't find much out there, but the one place I did find something
Complete thread -- ERCP: A s/l five three one tapered-tip cannulatome with a 0.018-inch wire TIA!
Complete thread -- Apparently the dictator didn't even know what he said because he put "variable pressure
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- Thanks, OP. I had heard of it from the comic strip "Baby Blues" but didn't really know
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Interesting!
Complete thread -- If there was one fracture of one ramus on the right, it would
Complete thread -- I think it's pickleball. Thanks, anyway. Link inside if interested.
Complete thread -- shoulder pain
Complete thread -- I think he stuck his finger in and "felt" it at 6 cm, the other side just the fingertip
Complete thread -- fails? (fails to reach the crease)
Complete thread -- rami" is a plural form of "ramus": In this instance I'd say (right) rami sm
Complete thread -- On finger flexion the tip of the right index finger *feels* distal palmar crease by 6
Complete thread -- T12 without significant retropulsion SO possible superior (did not hear NERVE OR)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 "end-plate fracture" not "and" plate fracture
Complete thread -- #2 retropulsion
Complete thread -- She had a right pubic rami fracture. (wouldn't it be ramus?)
Complete thread -- degenerative disc disease ____________. The patient also AND without significant ___
Complete thread -- THC connection= immune response, inhibits lung cancer spread (tumor grow(for instance)
Complete thread -- probably "heat" (cold and rest)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- sharing some phrases yuo may hear along with hearing P2
Complete thread -- Yup, see link for A2
Complete thread -- s/l preserved * A 2*
Complete thread -- not sure this helps. Can you post a wav
Complete thread -- probably slurring torsades de pointes
Complete thread -- On this occasion_____ rectal bleeding and lower band-like pain after fatty
Complete thread -- smoke... ass... just what you think. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe 6 runs, but I've not heard it said like this.
Complete thread -- maybe interferometry
Complete thread -- blowing what our of where?
Complete thread -- I guess my question is what does "she has been doing THC suppression" mean?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I did and I didn't see the connection between "THC suppression" and chest lesions.
Complete thread -- (!) google: "THC suppression"
Complete thread -- No. Can you give a sentence or two?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "controlled with clips"
Complete thread -- dissected free, ______ clips and divided
Complete thread -- torsades to 6 pointes - ever heard it said this way?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you might be right - "SMAS" is very often mis-transcribed as "this mass"
Complete thread -- s/l self limiting
Complete thread -- pain management - epidural
Complete thread -- I hear, dry dressings and op (?) tapes were placed.
Complete thread -- ...or "controlled with clips"?
Complete thread -- Can you hear "doubly clipped" instead of "control clips"?
Complete thread -- subcuticularly placed sutures; Steri-Strips, dry dressings, and ____ were placed.
Complete thread -- with 4-0 Monocryl subcuticular _____ were placed
Complete thread -- s/l *control* clips
Complete thread -- gallbladder was then grasped with *rex grasp* in the fundus
Complete thread -- gym but states that it was difficult as for example one question asked ...
Complete thread -- Texas. She studies at UTSA, s/l chemistriology, and works at s/l shamshun shoeliter.
Complete thread -- Her knee pain is relieved by ___ cold and rest ...
Complete thread -- I don't know why but the wav is getting deleted again and again. wav p ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under ____ sedation and general anesthesia. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing SMAS. ...
Complete thread -- were lifted off this mass.
Complete thread -- The skin and subcutaneous tissue was _____ the SMAS. ...
Complete thread -- posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- voice file
Complete thread -- After adequate time, a small incision in the central area to be excise ...
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: s/l fem-er-cell. No other known allergies. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- short (it is a measurement)
Complete thread -- short
Complete thread -- i am double minded whether it is sharp or short. ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Hyperplasia of the breast with ____ nipple to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- release of scar...lateral part of the pocket (he said lateral pocket, part of the pocket.
Complete thread -- Release of capsule on the left side with ____ of scar and wedge resect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- an irregular scar
Complete thread -- Capsular contracture of the left breast with herniated pocket on the r ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I hate it when my fingers forget how to spell :)
Complete thread -- jinx again! (I had to double-check spelling too, my fingers
Complete thread -- to not too
Complete thread -- haha...I had too look up how to correctly spell essence. You got me!
Complete thread -- ...or whatever you'd call a dictator with English as first language
Complete thread -- Thank a lot. ...
Complete thread -- hiatus semilunaris
Complete thread -- At this point, the uncinate process appeared to have been pushed anter ...
Complete thread -- jinx, you owe me a Pepsi. (going by minutes, not seconds ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in essence stays
Complete thread -- in essence stays
Complete thread -- yw. but no apologies needed for what was def. a reasonable suggestion.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old that has had progressively worsening sinu ...
Complete thread -- I know what THC stands for... what is THC suppression and what does it have to do with a
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sorry for giving wrong direction.
Complete thread -- tetrahydrocannabinol
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Do you guys all-cap TYLENOL or FOLEY too?
Complete thread -- I totally hear it now "ceff-you-rox-ime" That's it. Phew. Thank you, knlfdj!!
Complete thread -- This is a hard one since doc does not pronounce either one correctly.
Complete thread -- my employer picks and chooses which AAMT rules to follow/not follow. Makes it confusing
Complete thread -- unfortunately my employer seems to feel that if they are all capped, then it is all capped
Complete thread -- If PICO is an acronym, then yeah. If not, then just Pico is fine
Complete thread -- Removed from the right lateral ankle wound the "PICO wound VAC" and Coban. is that
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!!
Complete thread -- also see link
Complete thread -- cefuroxime ? (with a long "i," usually pronounced "eem")
Complete thread -- SunTec™ New hospital bed.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing ceftriaxone.
Complete thread -- Subconjunctival antibiotics of vancomycin and ____ were given.
Complete thread -- I think I found it - a tendo-Achilles lengthening or gastrocnemius recession (GSR)
Complete thread -- Hi. The link didn't work. I had to send in with a flag and will post what I hear back.
Complete thread -- wasn't loud on my end, i just couldn't hear it with the static in it.
Complete thread -- s/l GSR
Complete thread -- VOLUME WARNING if wearing headphones (which I guess most of us are)
Complete thread -- maybe: (see link)
Complete thread -- HDL cholesterol was 72 and LDL cholesterol was 50. ___ glucose were 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the explanation. I do not have a microphone, but I will keep this on hand.
Complete thread -- s/l sim-tec or sim-tex bed
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- secondary to above
Complete thread -- mp3, help with ESL doctor. Can't quite get this word...
Complete thread -- I didn't read the post right, so I think you ARE right on the mark
Complete thread -- you have a point there.
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it could be eschar tissue from the debridement she did as well.
Complete thread -- it can't be just what I think, because I have no clue what it means.
Complete thread -- I'd go with commas like you have, in fact,
Complete thread -- I can see not thinking it is in a joint, but I'd think eschar can be anywhere, not just
Complete thread -- ?Levbid
Complete thread -- consider: Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
Complete thread -- ned s/l levid
Complete thread -- Clearly sounds like "eschar tissue." This is an ankle arthroscopy. (see message)
Complete thread -- arteriovenous malformation, see quote.
Complete thread -- pat status post C spine surgery from accident
Complete thread -- was in fact or was , in fact, - ?
Complete thread -- let's just run this one into the ground too, way after the OP sent it in.
Complete thread -- Google: chest lesion "THC suppression." It's just what you think.
Complete thread -- it s/l "THC suppression" but I don't know that that makes any sense.
Complete thread -- She was noted to have a lesion on her chest CT back in August 2013 whi ...
Complete thread -- diameter with about 3 low attenuation (I think he corrected over close)
Complete thread -- this was a blank and many words can fit and make sense in the blank. OP has moved on...
Complete thread -- thanks for that. somehow the end of my text got cut. here it is:
Complete thread -- from the outside read (it was read at an outside facility)
Complete thread -- Imaging Studies: CT and previous PET scan from June 2014 which showed ...
Complete thread -- what are you asking? what is your point? what is your problem?
Complete thread -- no worries, she was talking about me. It's my personal stalker.
Complete thread -- obviously I did say that. I apologized for sounding snarky but
Complete thread -- trouble swallowing,eso stricture, so balloon dilatation or Savary dilatation, of what?
Complete thread -- I do believe you are referring to someone else.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I thought you said this:
Complete thread -- not necessarily... could also be balloon dilatation or Savary dilatation or... anything.
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him. googles well.
Complete thread -- s/l rehabilitationist
Complete thread -- agree, and not just sorta fits, "stricture in the distal esophagus" =dilatation
Complete thread -- ignore that ^^^^
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- unilateral and lateral same thing
Complete thread -- #1 This could be either infectious or inflammatory etiology?
Complete thread -- #2 interval
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- I think that fits the definition of stalking...no wonder oscar left the board.
Complete thread -- I think you're right. I'd just put Aero mask like dictated.
Complete thread -- 2-1/2-year old with asthma...mother uses Flovent with an "Aero" mask. SM tia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- isn't this poster something, often creating drama, thinks we can't see it.
Complete thread -- good explanation. Billybob needs to create a shortcut to this
Complete thread -- if you read the entire thread *oh my goodness* you will see I was trying
Complete thread -- If you have a microphone on your computer, you play the surrounding text while using the
Complete thread -- I'm not sure how to get an audio to load
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for taking the time to try to help.
Complete thread -- Your best bet is to flag & send it in. If you can't make it out, we can't guess.
Complete thread -- could it be bougie ??
Complete thread -- esophageal ?? (sorta fits right in there)
Complete thread -- I will send in for query.
Complete thread -- I cannot make out a s/l.
Complete thread -- is just unilateral and not bilateral
Complete thread -- is there a s/l or an audio to listen to?
Complete thread -- what is the question?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? dilatation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just in the *lateral and not bilateral* which you would expect
Complete thread -- Thanks! I didn't get any hits when I googled!
Complete thread -- If I used hyphens here, I'd go with spinal-needle variety
Complete thread -- i hear 365 too
Complete thread -- according to googling, it is Rivers (so, Rivers'?)
Complete thread -- I dont know about your account, but mine does not allow bicarb...bicarbonate
Complete thread -- Patient with anorexia nervosa - see msg.
Complete thread -- ammonia level?
Complete thread -- 365?
Complete thread -- creatinine 8.2, _____ level 27
Complete thread -- Pleural fluid showed ______white cells with a protein of 2.4 and LDH of
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- spinal needle variety or spinal-needle-variety??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh my goodness!
Complete thread -- parted in the posterior fascia. Preperitoneal insufflation balloon was ...
Complete thread -- to make sure the mesh did not shift off the knot?
Complete thread -- visualization to ensure the mesh did not shift off _______. All ports were removed
Complete thread -- Rectus muscle parted and the posterior _______ peritoneal insufflations balloon
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- opined - as in opinion
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- definitely "pine" sound
Complete thread -- opined
Complete thread -- does that sound more like uh-pine-d or ay-pined or ay-pin-d
Complete thread -- letter to attorney
Complete thread -- will be followed for further
Complete thread -- After sedation, scope was passed
Complete thread -- identified by landmarks
Complete thread -- She will _______ management
Complete thread -- After the ______ scope was passed AND ecum identified _______ appendiceal orifice, il
Complete thread -- looks like someone is a little obsessed - a post from 8 months ago?
Complete thread -- I'm late - but something like injury 'to bladder or ureters' would fit
Complete thread -- florid synovitis
Complete thread -- anybody? same word in both blanks. ...
Complete thread -- ARTHROSCOPIC FINDINGS: 1. Suprapatellar pouch: ____ synovitis. ...
Complete thread -- Utilizing the microfracture awl, the inflow was let down and excellent ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- culmination ... plus medial lateral compartment...
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 53-year-old female who has an active lifesty ...
Complete thread -- sm on doses Bricanyl® Turbohaler
Complete thread -- link the risks
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- it's there, gave the date
Complete thread -- WHAT? was answering YOUR post i.e.," I thought all keystrokes were counted"
Complete thread -- couldn't find anything.
Complete thread -- In the archives
Complete thread -- ?? This question was about whether a hyphen would be considered
Complete thread -- I did google hip arthroplasty risks, no help with s/l, was thinking at first sm
Complete thread -- pretty good guess and can hear a regurg too
Complete thread -- poi, it is the employer who controls the keystrokes. they can recaiculate easily sm
Complete thread -- who is it?
Complete thread -- no doubt who this is. very angry person and says, 'some days this is my only social life"
Complete thread -- I agree with it being overboard. Since an MT should always strive for
Complete thread -- just a guess - without murmur, regurg, click or gallop
Complete thread -- "usually DS=double strenth, but unable to get connection with Bricanyl sm
Complete thread -- Unilateral.
Complete thread -- Sorry, it's a physical exam, not an echo. I am unable to post a WAV.
Complete thread -- I looked at images of this and they all say 0.5 mg/dose (some are
Complete thread -- Is it a bilateral hip arthroplasty? Can't think of why else there would
Complete thread -- Is this an echo? can post a wav
Complete thread -- Heart has regular rate and rhythm, without murmur, s/l ger-gojic, or gallop. TIA!
Complete thread -- risks include infection, bleeding, injury s/l bilateral centers, and incomplete TIA!
Complete thread -- Bricanyl Turbohaler 0.5/DS (very clear, but what is the "DS")?
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wow, I just checked the MS work counter and the lines are really high
Complete thread -- femoral head?
Complete thread -- femoral head collapse
Complete thread -- subchondral fracture with some s/l verbal hep collapse and flattening. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks, poi
Complete thread -- I check mine against MS Word (which we use) and it NEVER adds up to what what has. makes
Complete thread -- ...q.6 h.
Complete thread -- If I'm not mistaken it should be q.h.s. and q6. h.
Complete thread -- yes, space after q. h.s. (like q. 6 h. (space after q. but not after 6
Complete thread -- ahhhh..I see. Looks like bkloli answered it for you below. Thanks
Complete thread -- pain-free (before and after noun/noun-adjective compound modifier)
Complete thread -- pain free or pain-free here?
Complete thread -- Sorry. I was wondering if it was q.h.s. or q. h.s. with a space. Needed to clarify myself.
Complete thread -- *space* not pace. my keyboard has been sticking all day. hate to see what I sent into
Complete thread -- agree, unless the OP asked about a pace after h. (which would be right) but it
Complete thread -- okeydokey. ~ hey, smile!
Complete thread -- wasn't trying to be snarking. Was just curious why, if you are verbatim, you would ask us
Complete thread -- just curious...why did you post on this board then?
Complete thread -- Account is verbatim. Thx
Complete thread -- I use at bedtime too...but gave the BOS2 recommendation in case the OP uses BOS2
Complete thread -- where I work, we have to use "at bedtime"
Complete thread -- q.h.s. dangerous abbreviation. Bos2 suggests Use “nightly.”
Complete thread -- tap - a tool for cutting screw threads into the cylindrical surface of a round opening
Complete thread -- thanks for answering. I thought all keystrokes were counted. I'm not even
Complete thread -- q. h.s. - is that right?
Complete thread -- This is a thumb suspensionplasty. More text inside...
Complete thread -- Not sure now. I wonder if the 'tap' is mostly used for harvesting the bone marrow?
Complete thread -- Yes! I hear that too, now that you posted it. very good
Complete thread -- link - see the last one on this page (SM too)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- consider "tab" (a wag)
Complete thread -- consider "tab" (a wag)
Complete thread -- "Tap" for bone manipulation?
Complete thread -- no cachexia
Complete thread -- Umm....joking here!
Complete thread -- eh, i answered this somewhere but can't see it. some places do not count spaces in line
Complete thread -- lol - you're too much
Complete thread -- as in...the way I work all day....
Complete thread -- well, I can hear the wav, not very clearly though; however, it does "sound like" no acute
Complete thread -- "acute distress" (I cannot access your wav)
Complete thread -- General: The patient appears to be a well-nourished gentleman with no ...
Complete thread -- your intent was to pad lines? really? hmm...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I didn't say YOU were unattractive (how would I know?) - it was all those hyphens that
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Yup, that's what my intent was!
Complete thread -- rule-in ??
Complete thread -- Unattractive isn't insulting?
Complete thread -- for optimal blood pressure....
Complete thread -- LOL! Now religious advice!
Complete thread -- recumbency: the state of leaning, resting, or reclining
Complete thread -- recumbency - lying down
Complete thread -- I was just expressing my opinion (fwiw) - I wasn't insulting you.
Complete thread -- leg pain
Complete thread -- I agree with too many hypens, but how is that line padding? Don't a space and a hyphen
Complete thread -- and, if it was up to "my" preference, I'd type a LOT differently than what "they" want.
Complete thread -- 1. We will monitor on telemetry _____blood pressure control
Complete thread -- 2. If the echocardiogram is negative and serial cardiac markers, the patient may undergo.
Complete thread -- Thank you for referring XXX to the hospitalist service for *rolling* admission. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We will _______ blood pressure control _____ the patient
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- well, not so much if you read Q's post below, if I interpreted it right.
Complete thread -- That's what I said in the original post below. Where I work, that'd be line padding.
Complete thread -- oh wow, I've refreshed 3 times (9 listens) and can't get it. Sorry!!
Complete thread -- Good Lord, it is a matter of style, which is supported either way in this instance.
Complete thread -- 2. Physical exam negative. (all i can get so far.
Complete thread -- fluff to nm
Complete thread -- not been feeling well (?)
Complete thread -- fwiw - I thought the hyphens were a bit overboard and made it hard to read.
Complete thread -- Multiple ?s - thanks for any help available
Complete thread -- She has _____ for the last 2 days.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks, Q! It is a matter of preference and chose to use the hyphens.
Complete thread -- but, after the fact(my post) and was answered, so did not bother
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- I know run-on, this didnt even sound like a run-on...something sounded off
Complete thread -- me too, fortunately DID catch before SEND , not always I'm sure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...and as I said, I prefer them.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q, for your input.
Complete thread -- This is fine. Google radiation therapy simulation
Complete thread -- wav is posted above
Complete thread -- We will *simulate* the patient in approximately two weeks’ time
Complete thread -- true... I've been a victim of that many times.
Complete thread -- No, "sinus tach revealed" does NOT make sense, and wasn't even what was dictated anyway.
Complete thread -- Preference is the key word...not right or wrong
Complete thread -- Some get caught on spell-check, but some don't (it happens)
Complete thread -- No idea, VHSTT (need a wav) I was not commenting on that portion.
Complete thread -- ach...I saw that on the last one & didnt mention it, hoping the OP just hadn't spell-check
Complete thread -- I believe more like a run-on sentence (they freq. dictate that way)
Complete thread -- just in case did not see it, typo "perop" EKG
Complete thread -- expresses/expression=act of squeezing out or evacuating by pressure.
Complete thread -- also, Homans not Homan's
Complete thread -- oh, and what would you think VHSTT was on an EKG?
Complete thread -- no, the sinus tach revealed does NOT make sense. Maybe if he said EKG revealed... but not
Complete thread -- Sinus tach with LVH, STT. (what I hear.
Complete thread -- EKG: Sinus tach ______.
Complete thread -- might do "another" ....rather than "other" "chris" out there
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Lenvima (lenvatinib) for differentiated thyroid cancer
Complete thread -- makes sense, b k l o l i....just needs COMMA or period sm
Complete thread -- wait a minute, the more i look, sinus tach revealed doesn't make sense?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- confirm **
Complete thread -- Results cofirm the question for (of) influenza A positive.
Complete thread -- Thank YOU, Q! I just thought it was too hard to read and distracted me.
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- To: bkloli regarding the hyphen question-check the thread-sry for the delay
Complete thread -- BoS3 page 128 (I still don't have my BoS2, tho I believe
Complete thread -- 4. Results of _______________ culture for influenza A positive.
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear this :)
Complete thread -- SVT might be in there somewhere?
Complete thread -- 1. No sleep issue, having better gag at present time and has not tried to move (is
Complete thread -- express: to force a liquid out of something. Eschar is not a liquid.
Complete thread -- Sinus tach revealed *V S H T T*
Complete thread -- exam. Patient in coma with ET tube
Complete thread -- than - it is a comparison (the word "more" is a clue for using "than")
Complete thread -- MRI spine
Complete thread -- then or than?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you x2
Complete thread -- I don't think the comma after 'otherwise' is necessary here (issues, otherwise as needed)
Complete thread -- agree - don't know how else you'd do it.
Complete thread -- though it has already been sent to you?
Complete thread -- I'd say yes, but sure looks weird.
Complete thread -- ? Chrises ?
Complete thread -- Your blood tests are ready to be picked up in my rooms ___ already been
Complete thread -- yes eschar can be expressed= dry, dark scab or falling away of dead skin
Complete thread -- I think just fine as you have it.
Complete thread -- issues, otherwise, or issues; otherwise,
Complete thread -- I'd say perineal in this case.
Complete thread -- Peroneal vs. perineal ? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- The multifidus muscles run the length of the spine, and they are...
Complete thread -- s/l multifini
Complete thread -- it took me 2 minutes to figure out the *period* wasn't punctuation haha
Complete thread -- amnestic period for the events
Complete thread -- no amnestic period for the events
Complete thread -- and coherent, fully comfortable with no ______ . Cranial nerves:
Complete thread -- thanks..
Complete thread -- eschar maybe? not sure that can be expressed, but ?
Complete thread -- unclear word.. possibly "scar" ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fentanyl not cap'd
Complete thread -- had been given Versed and Fentanyl for sedation
Complete thread -- thanks. I got the x-linked but not sure about the rest.
Complete thread -- been given Versed _____ for sedation
Complete thread -- it is "x-linked" something - perhaps "x-linked ichthyosis?"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- transient expressive aphasia
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- presenting with symptom of transient *express* aphasia.
Complete thread -- oncology report help
Complete thread -- and I answered this question yesterday (down about 15 or so posts)
Complete thread -- see link in post above.
Complete thread -- DRATS. this link goes to the post below.
Complete thread -- Link - i didn't click any, gotta start work myself, but seems to fit
Complete thread -- LMA. (Longitudinal Muscle of Anus) (what I find)
Complete thread -- not sure, but scar and need for scar revision,
Complete thread -- need for scar revision, _______, asymmetries, need for additional
Complete thread -- anterior *L M A* mesh procedure for incontinence
Complete thread -- gentleman injured at work, had a bad scar on his cheek,
Complete thread -- #2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- okay, I'm not going to wait around but I swear he said something like "general
Complete thread -- would you repost the wav please?
Complete thread -- had a bad scar on his cheek
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: This is a very pleasant gentleman ____ scar in his cheek ...
Complete thread -- The skin was closed with 3-0 Vicryl deep dermal. The umbilicus was __ ...
Complete thread -- Quite a variety of teas you got there. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it is Earl Grey
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It's Earl Grey with an "e."
Complete thread -- I would as you have it
Complete thread -- Punctuation help please! TIA
Complete thread -- She drinks tea occasionally of Earl Gray or chamomile or green. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to help _______ with the rhytides....quite SO deep
Complete thread -- The circumoral area was dermabraded upper and lower lid and fat inject ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I can't get the last one
Complete thread -- she was so thin from up near the
Complete thread -- Once this was opened up nicely over the angle of the mandible and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- even though it was more anterior ....
Complete thread -- Once this was complete, the mental incision was opened and there was a ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral capsular contracture and herniated ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i am hearing now after your help, "as they are educa ...
Complete thread -- ...as they are educated and aware of the need to the patient postop.
Complete thread -- as they are educated in her aware of the need ... (makes NO sense to me)
Complete thread -- Agree. I favor squamous (particularly with "moderately differentiated").
Complete thread -- Because of this and because of the duration of the operation I feel th ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- your wav was coveredup with the one above.
Complete thread -- I feel that it is imperative that she spend the ....
Complete thread -- Because of this and because of the duration of the operation ____ she ...
Complete thread -- I am going to revise the reconstruction of the patient ____ hospital. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- fine as is, IMO
Complete thread -- A well-padded dry sterile compressive dressing was applied. (Fine w/o commas?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input everyone. Repeats term, each with beginning "s" sound. Flagging.
Complete thread -- Myxoma cell carcinoma? Can't verify that combo, though.
Complete thread -- aahhhh...
Complete thread -- try myxoma
Complete thread -- I see that, but I just don't agree with this instance. I'll defer to Questyr - if she
Complete thread -- Okay thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd say its okay with what they said
Complete thread -- cervical (neck) thoracic (middle) lumbar (lower)
Complete thread -- lumbar is the lower spine
Complete thread -- all i come up with is "squamous" when googling.
Complete thread -- biopsy revealed invasive moderately differentiated s/l six-oma cell carcinoma TIA!
Complete thread -- Is lower back same as lumber spine or is okay as is?
Complete thread -- phenytoin level?
Complete thread -- ESL doc. really saying dilantin level
Complete thread -- s/l ballant level
Complete thread -- You can also find it in the BOS2 on page 92. (under Adjective with Preposition)
Complete thread -- Well, I see your point if you are in Canada. I'm in the US. ?
Complete thread -- I see the final product as one thing: x-to-x bypass.
Complete thread -- I didn't think you were. See message regarding hyphenation.
Complete thread -- Not being snarky, but I prefer a lot of things, I just don't think this is correct.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I prefer them.
Complete thread -- Found it...GORE® INTERING® Vascular Graft
Complete thread -- I'm finding integrated ring and internal ring, maybe one of those?
Complete thread -- I'm looking, but I really dont think you need all those hyphens in the OP performed.
Complete thread -- ? monofocal
Complete thread -- Cannot document "inter-ring" (see context)
Complete thread -- can you hear: wide reexcision?
Complete thread -- yes, doc worded that way, located on shin. nm
Complete thread -- sounds okay, like in the superficial skin? not deep?
Complete thread -- Y-shaped? but, wide something sounds good too.
Complete thread -- is that correct, "shin superficial"?
Complete thread -- She might be saying "wide local" excision. Mumbled. TIA nm
Complete thread -- status post "y-wick" excision for shin superficial spreading malignant melanoma. nm
Complete thread -- I find "pan-focal"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l phon focal IOL
Complete thread -- PSC: posterior subcapsular cataracts
Complete thread -- nuclear sclerotic cataract with diffuse *P S E* in both eyes
Complete thread -- ahhh. probably.
Complete thread -- maybe googling together was my problem
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- altered anatomy
Complete thread -- and it is Systane, Lumigan (2 different eyedrops)
Complete thread -- If you google your s/l - it comes up as Systane. easypeasy ;)
Complete thread -- mp3 - Knee question...
Complete thread -- have recommended *Sistaine* Lumagan eye drops
Complete thread -- thank you so much. I can now hear that too
Complete thread -- conversion reaction
Complete thread -- thank you... posted a new WAV with new blank above
Complete thread -- another blank, same dictator
Complete thread -- thank you! I can now hear this :)
Complete thread -- I hear: came in with a suicide attempt
Complete thread -- suicide intent (or suicidal)
Complete thread -- Thanks very much for helping me.
Complete thread -- I am not able to figure out what he says. First time ever typing him
Complete thread -- he does say glu-tendinopathy. I would transcribe gluteus tendinopathy
Complete thread -- he is saying "glut tendinopathy" I think. Joint space starts a new
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- locum tenens
Complete thread -- doc in for knee pain and going to another state to do some local s/l tennans?
Complete thread -- MRI help. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ok - me too
Complete thread -- I think referring to the paraspinal muscles, so I'd use para.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I've been going back and forth between the two of them.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- peri=around para=alongside. Could be either but para makes more sense (to me)
Complete thread -- I'd go with peri - link
Complete thread -- oops, got an extra "S" in there in error
Complete thread -- I hear " he's on thyroids'
Complete thread -- thyroid
Complete thread -- anterior impingement testing
Complete thread -- Finding spelling both ways and am unsure...
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded - thank you
Complete thread -- He is on _____, vitamin D he takes now
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- believe means adjust # of Humolog units up/down(2 units, to reach target glucose level
Complete thread -- with end-to-end anastomosis
Complete thread -- Since her last visit, she was diagnosed with colon cancer and had partial
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Then maybe it was just "this physician" referring to himself.
Complete thread -- nasal Entellus (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Me too, guy. I'm happy to help you out if I'm here. Ahem doesn't speak for us.
Complete thread -- multiple ?s - audio not great
Complete thread -- Using _____ balloon the nasofrontal
Complete thread -- wow - did posting that diatribe make you feel good about yourself?
Complete thread -- unbelievable how rude some can be.
Complete thread -- actually, I don't know what "he means to say" but he said frenulectomy. I provided a link
Complete thread -- using this - pretty clear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- _____ physician documented no tenderness
Complete thread -- at work, had a bad scar on his cheek? (i dont hear cheek though, unless you know where
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- There is no *semipurposful* withdrawal or movement to noxious stimuli
Complete thread -- effect
Complete thread -- affect/effect.....
Complete thread -- This is to a physician document: No tenderness... Not sure, but that's what I hear. Like
Complete thread -- This is a gentleman who was injured at work ____ cheek, comes to the o ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tax return. See where you have "The complained" below that.
Complete thread -- It has resolved. ________ physician document no tenderness to fracture
Complete thread -- There is a ____. •There is a medical record of 7/17/14
Complete thread -- diabetes management - please see msg.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Great. I'm usually asleep during hours you post but will always be more than happy to help
Complete thread -- Amen.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the kind words. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Will continue to post my waves as usually. It's not abou ...
Complete thread -- Ahem doesn't speak for any of the other helpers on the word board so just ignore that
Complete thread -- Troublemakers like you should be banned from
Complete thread -- for the record, the rude person I was referring is not *gold* but
Complete thread -- Too bad you are going to let 1 rude person run you off the board.
Complete thread -- first blank has had, second blank peripheral nerve pain.
Complete thread -- It's my Good Bye to wordboard. I thought people here are there to hel ...
Complete thread -- The patient has ____ prior corpectomy and fusion for a vertebral fract ...
Complete thread -- It is not that ahem. It's just that I do all the difficult dictators f ...
Complete thread -- You've GOT to be kidding. Haven't you figured it out by now?
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS, it is acceptable to start a sentence with the year
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it can be in many different areas of the body sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the link. Thanks a lot. Google is showing something relate ...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I think he means to say frenectomy instead of frenulectomy. what do yo ...
Complete thread -- yes, look up ankyloglossia and frenulectomy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot but is this relevant to the diagnoses and other procedure ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Frenulectomy
Complete thread -- "The year 2014 ?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Adenotonsillar hypertrophy. 2. Ankylogl ...
Complete thread -- How to start sentence with a year??
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for the corrections.
Complete thread -- usual fashion using sterile impervious drapes. Intraoperative....
Complete thread -- ChloraPrep AND DRAPED in usual fashion. sterile impervious drapes
Complete thread -- another mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- simple interrupted
Complete thread -- mp3 help.
Complete thread -- yep, i hear 'portal hypertension' now.
Complete thread -- Yep, no way to tell. I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- I wish they would say one-five or five-oh, flag if you cannot hear it clearly IMHO
Complete thread -- insulin 15 or 50 and hello to all!
Complete thread -- wondering if "due to effusion change (increase in volume of effuaion, understood)
Complete thread -- compatible with hypertension (I don't hear portal)
Complete thread -- I've never heard either before, so yea, learn sumpin new errry day
Complete thread -- got it - Effient
Complete thread -- sounds like efrin. Only relevant history is cardiac stents and heart problems
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Cirrhotic liver and splenomegaly, rule out portal hypertension
Complete thread -- aaack... can't get it. sorry
Complete thread -- don't think it was either. blanked it. Thanks to ya both!!
Complete thread -- Imaging: Cirrhotic liver, splenomegaly, ____ portal hypertension, LI-R ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- His ABO is A positive. (blood type)
Complete thread -- Serology: CMV positive. EBV positive. HSV-1 IgG positive. HSV-2 IgG ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- potassium 3.7
Complete thread -- Laboratory Tests: On 01/18/2015, AST/ALT 46/81, TB/DB 0.5/0.1, CR 0.7, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway, sending it on. I am allowed 2 blanks, and since we got pulsus, I can
Complete thread -- Pacemaker wearer with a pericardial effusion - sounds like Chans
Complete thread -- paracolic (gutter)
Complete thread -- I have had pulsus paradoxus before but always together and much easier to hear!
Complete thread -- new word for me! thanks
Complete thread -- pulsus as in paradoxus got it. He said it again a bunch plainer
Complete thread -- yes...duh! Thanks :)
Complete thread -- Qatar ??
Complete thread -- pain score??
Complete thread -- country called Catarrah? patient traveling after herniorrhaphy
Complete thread -- respirs (respirations) ?
Complete thread -- It really sounds like he is saying something like a pulsive or pulseless
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying endopelvis but still not sure on the other.
Complete thread -- ? maybe gutter and maybe 'entire' pelvis?
Complete thread -- appendectomy s.m. "fry got" and "under" pelvis
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is a C to V flap (see link)
Complete thread -- a guess s/l ski might be SIEA (superficial inferior epigastric artery)
Complete thread -- fluff to sss
Complete thread -- ahhh so clear now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- that's what i hear too - but left "up to" the emergency...
Complete thread -- Margaret, sometimes they don't give a s/l with the wav since sometimes all you hear is
Complete thread -- looks to me they give her a shot of something IM p.r.n. and he forgot to say the med name?
Complete thread -- IM as in intramuscular (in this context "p.r.n." refers to an unnamed p.r.n. med given IM)
Complete thread -- physical and verbal fight with her roommate requiring * I M* p.r.n.
Complete thread -- oh, that is better than mine!
Complete thread -- ____respect to the ____question would be left to the emergency room physician?
Complete thread -- The management with respect to the concussion will be left as to the emergency room
Complete thread -- no problem
Complete thread -- Unable to access wav. "-style"? Please type a "sounds like" even if you post a wav
Complete thread -- A *ski* to V flap was designed.
Complete thread -- So Very sorry! I inadvertently deleted your wav file! Please repost.
Complete thread -- The _____ vein was inspected with a _____ will be left as two _____.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree, and should be 65% to 70% (% on both numbers) if you go by BOS.
Complete thread -- mammary graft to the LAD?
Complete thread -- internal *mamograph* to the LAD
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "Serum and muscle biopsy specimens can be sent to CDC for confirmation."
Complete thread -- SOunds like Biopsy went to the *CVC*??
Complete thread -- Is this the Cenegenics from recently? Also, is it What Do "We" Really
Complete thread -- Advise: 1. Need increase in her exercise, continue good protein, f ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are spinach and salads with Ranch ____ dressing. ...
Complete thread -- spelled it right
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Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Cran-Apple or Cran-Grape juice
Complete thread -- She drinks Coke or Pepsi or Sprite, less than 1 daily. She drinks ___ ...
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Complete thread -- para 1 AB 1, who wishes...
Complete thread -- A 29-year-old female gravida 2, para ____, wishes to go on a weight lo ...
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Complete thread -- avocados (check spelling though)
Complete thread -- She is allergic to fish. Her vegetables are corn, kale, spinach, ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- I did a search through my BOS2 and it is worded different, so it was either
Complete thread -- How thoughtful. I tried it earlier, but they wanted a monthly
Complete thread -- helps if I actually attach the link. here it is
Complete thread -- Q - here's another link for the BOS and says you can download it.
Complete thread -- This archives post *seems* to have the quoted section I was
Complete thread -- I was going to add the page number in BoS2 which says
Complete thread -- Thank you for the info. nm
Complete thread -- BOS2 has: (SM)
Complete thread -- I think it goes by your acct specs. We use numerals where i work, but one acct wants
Complete thread -- Type numbers or not? sm
Complete thread -- ughh - I hate that.... I always switch it around to "bear weight"
Complete thread -- sounds good to me
Complete thread -- costo/costal=rib, renal=kidney, Think costorenal his way/word to express term
Complete thread -- renal angle is fine - OP was asking about "costorenal"
Complete thread -- I'd give it to 'em, clear what is meant & prob dictator favorite. term sm
Complete thread -- QTc slightly s/l SR=sinus rhythm borderline at 490 (ms=milliseconds)
Complete thread -- which is why i said "not sure how reliable" ;)
Complete thread -- Too late, but might be of interest for future, this 2014 article
Complete thread -- With quotes around that google search, you get only 2 hits,
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- QTc is slightly s/l SR borderline at 490. TIA!
Complete thread -- when i see the 'oesophagus' and the like, I know we have an MT on an account
Complete thread -- I wasn't paying attention to any other post, just this one, which is why I was conflusi.
Complete thread -- Glad someone got it. I refreshed the page several times & couldn't get it. Good ears!!
Complete thread -- not sure how reliable, but I did find this phrase (see link)
Complete thread -- You sure did!
Complete thread -- Ty. I caught these when took my second listen. I posted rather quickly. Please note
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Or maybe said "for 4 bottles of Klebsiella etc"
Complete thread -- I find that renal angle is related to costovertebral angle, and
Complete thread -- Later says 4 bottles are positive, so may this is "all 4 bottles" Thanks for the input, Q
Complete thread -- The patient has mild tenderness in the left s/l costorenal angle. TIA!
Complete thread -- I mean "full-blown Klebsiella pneumoniae" ?
Complete thread -- Could U B hearing "for full-blown Klebsiella"? ...see link
Complete thread -- "7" was correcting the words "WAS", "ON", and "OF" and
Complete thread -- Urine culture was positive for a s/l full bottle of Klebsiella pneumoniae.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers.... I agree with poi
Complete thread -- may be short speak visual acuity -(-reads) 20/20 in one eye and 20/30 in the other.
Complete thread -- yep you missed too. OP has necrotiSing, 7 corrected to OF necrotiZing
Complete thread -- gets easily overwhelmed,
Complete thread -- but nobody corrected that spelling, particularly not 7. I must be missing it too.
Complete thread -- yep, you missed post below. OP spelled necrotiSing & oesophagus.
Complete thread -- , says he is being overwhelmed, et cetera.
Complete thread -- a guess,.... "feeling of being overwhelmed, etc.
Complete thread -- I tried and couldn't get it either. Tough one.
Complete thread -- I tried, can't get it. Didn't want you to think nobody tried.
Complete thread -- wav file help. Pls sm.
Complete thread -- Paul Revere?
Complete thread -- What, the British Empire is back and is controlling colonies again?
Complete thread -- I didnt see anyone correcting the spelling, or did I miss something
Complete thread -- .7 this poster is from English controlled colonies, thus dif. spelling
Complete thread -- still thinking; please note corrections
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Wow! You're awesome! Thanks!
Complete thread -- (oops, soy derivatives)/nm
Complete thread -- ?soy derrivatives, "sof-uh-jux" = sulfa drugs? nm
Complete thread -- soy s/l di-re-truh, strawberries, s/l sof-uh-jux, tomatoes, and s/l pruh-mat-uh-doze.
Complete thread -- my medical spellchecker lets me get away with weightbearing, but not weight bear
Complete thread -- ortho Stedman 5th ed shows one word weightbearing, if use that book
Complete thread -- there is a lot of discussion regarding 1 or 2 words or edit in the archives.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, 2 words
Complete thread -- weightbear one word? ...
Complete thread -- check microarray
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Complete thread -- area, I may allow him to weightbear a little
Complete thread -- in a Cam boot, minimize weightbearing for the first couple of weeks bu ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. MP3 deleted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in the past
Complete thread -- of the synovium surrounding the ankle
Complete thread -- MP3 help. pls sm
Complete thread -- I placed 1 microfracture hole in this area that was full-thickness in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ankle distraction device and tight Kerlix (? around waist).
Complete thread -- This aunt had s/l micro-way analysis performed, which was negative.
Complete thread -- closed the wound in layers using 2-0 Vicryl subcutaneously and staples ...
Complete thread -- for next time hint prefix levo= to the left, prefex dextro= toward the righ
Complete thread -- disregard post, guess too tired from long day
Complete thread -- eek, didn't realize I did not delete enough lines in article presented, scroll downward
Complete thread -- s/l auto (autoimmune) myositis They don't always complete sentences sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help!
Complete thread -- guess ons/l "2" mayB karyotype 2? An underdeveloped chin may even be severe
Complete thread -- Micrognathia is can cause the teeth not to align properly.
Complete thread -- micrognathia?
Complete thread -- constellation of abnormalities, including s/l micromanthia neonatal s/l 2 TIA!
Complete thread -- good deal, Q!
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- And that is the only "hit" I get while searching as well, but there is
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- No untoward movements? see link
Complete thread -- Googling that, it brings up lumbar levoscoliosis on most hits. ?
Complete thread -- No ____ movements, but can't think what it might be. sorry
Complete thread -- all that comes to mind is osteomyelitis?
Complete thread -- s/l nor-door movements or seizure activity. TIA!
Complete thread -- interval
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm. colonoscopy report
Complete thread -- history of ear s/l auto-myo-litis. TIA!
Complete thread -- I guess it's levolumbar... thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- mp3...not sure if I have this right (levo lumbar?).. thanks in advance...
Complete thread -- you have a point there
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- mild to moderate
Complete thread -- Nevermind! I got it. "to moderate"
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "mild to moderate"
Complete thread -- ocular field would be closer to the sound posted.
Complete thread -- mp3 - not catching a word (CT scan). Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- good question.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- What is 30-20?
Complete thread -- All I can come up with is visual field ?
Complete thread -- Patient with changes in optic nerve
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is saying "with a caudal disc extrusion" see link
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "one via suture anchor (which is one
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and this link too
Complete thread -- not sure if this helps, but see link.
Complete thread -- Ok - thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- maybe tendinea, but I'd leave it as tendinum.
Complete thread -- I see it as tendinum everywhere, tendinua isn't a word.
Complete thread -- dash ... I was told previously a "dash" is (double hyphens) -- and wanted to make
Complete thread -- Would spelling of this plural be correct, or would it be juncturae tendinum
Complete thread -- I use one word, weightbear. ?
Complete thread -- She can weightbear/weight bear as tolerated. (compound word right?)
Complete thread -- CT scan MRI scan of spine
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sm and link
Complete thread -- or Colorado-tip
Complete thread -- I believe OP posted again cuz this time added a wav - but it IS Colorado-tipped, as
Complete thread -- Right acetabular fracture with
Complete thread -- 3
Complete thread -- Check 2 messages down, same question.
Complete thread -- ohhh typo, left out a letter "peaking" is speaking nm
Complete thread -- a guess short peaking the 2nd hyper part.= hypertrophic villous synovitis;
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l collar may be ? A Colorado tip (45° angled and insulated) Bovie
Complete thread -- I can document hemorrhagic villous synovitis and just plain villous synovitis.
Complete thread -- A ______ Bovie cautery was used
Complete thread -- hyper-villous synovitis
Complete thread -- tried to find phrase accumulative & cumulative transection of vas deferens
Complete thread -- ?convoluted
Complete thread -- suture anchor s/l vee ga
Complete thread -- A *collar tip* Bovie cautery was
Complete thread -- Oh, good!
Complete thread -- This is a re-anastomosis if that helps.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Actually, think it is explroation of fusion mass - says explored later
Complete thread -- subcu.... I would expand it.
Complete thread -- The _____ ?? s/l culmative? Any help
Complete thread -- Fascia was closed with 0-Vicryl and ____ with 2-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- separation of fusion mass; Grafton Crunch
Complete thread -- Lumbar ______ of fusion mass, removal of hardware, refusion with ______ at L5-S1
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- transosseous equivalent repair
Complete thread -- surgery rotator cuff s/l transosseous see quivum repair
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- or ground pad (found that more than grounding)
Complete thread -- grounding pad
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I'm finding hook test.
Complete thread -- Negative s/l "Hoke" test at the distal elbow.
Complete thread -- A *rounding* pad was applied to a bare area.
Complete thread -- picture of trademark specimen, see link.
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Ibrance (palbociclib) advanced (metastatic)
Complete thread -- as (? previously) mentioned he IS NOT ON STEROIDS.
Complete thread -- agree "by the handle of the malleus"
Complete thread -- Perhaps but not clear to me. Thanks, Q. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I hear what you are talking about. It sounds like "by through?" "right through?"
Complete thread -- i am hearing "through" the handle of the malleus ...
Complete thread -- there is another *the* after of
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Complete thread -- by the handle of malleus?
Complete thread -- _____the handle of the malleus
Complete thread -- thanks Q. That was my thought too.
Complete thread -- At this point, the ossicles were gently palpated ____ and there appear ...
Complete thread -- But that's JMO
Complete thread -- If you have no account specifics, you could put it under PROCEDURE heading. I think
Complete thread -- formatting question. New account with surgeon doing an
Complete thread -- Perhaps doc is saying "Instrument used was Olympus etc"
Complete thread -- S/l Instrumental leave us: Olympus video bronchoscope.TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- the abdominal artery, peripheral artery system...
Complete thread -- I hear "the abdominal artery"
Complete thread -- woman who has been in good health until she had a health screening tes ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Okay. I see your points. Sry guy, I was wrong.
Complete thread -- Okay. I see your points. Sry guy, I was wrong.
Complete thread -- With all due respect, that doesn't work as a parenthetical expression; if you
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :) ...
Complete thread -- I should add that I added the 'it' to make it 'it swells' because
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Complete thread -- I hear inner
Complete thread -- I missed a word...bites on it, it swells and hurts. It has been
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is he saying "inner lip" or "lower lip"? ...
Complete thread -- bites on it, swells and hurts. It has been
Complete thread -- The patient is a female with a cystic lesion on her right inner lip wh ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- I like that!
Complete thread -- hurts to swallow
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Complete thread -- #2 ?worse with swallow, always swollen
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- #1 with constant left-sided sore throats #2 ______ always swollen
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 26-year-old female ____ sore throat and tonsil ...
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Complete thread -- Much like her??
Complete thread -- anybody for #2 blank? ...
Complete thread -- sure. will do that. ...
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- When you get time, google firefox mp3 wav and you may
Complete thread -- it's okay. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I put a comma after patients and after problems BJMO
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- I don't know how to listen to mp3 or wav. i am using firefox browser. ...
Complete thread -- I listened, but couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 relieved by reinforcement of the fascial wall. #3 entities went away
Complete thread -- As I stated, I have had multiple patients who even without weight prob ...
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Complete thread -- requires chiropractors and physicial
Complete thread -- hey guy, why don't you give back a little and listen to that mp3 for me
Complete thread -- She has had problems with the low back for some time but has increased ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- portion of even the weight that she is carrying now and the marked
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- She now is 5’4’’ and 140 which is a good BMI of that height. The porti ...
Complete thread -- pt has UIP
Complete thread -- he said it again on another report - likely pulmonary hypertension
Complete thread -- ?terazosin (some say terazoseen). Dose would fit. Just throwing it out there.
Complete thread -- epidural phlegmon and s/l slim epidural abscess. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks very much. Thought that's what it probably was, but didn't sound quite right.
Complete thread -- dominant
Complete thread -- Not getting a word regarding axillary lymph nodes...mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- Good link! The part about "epiphora" is on the 2nd page - new term for me.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. He later says group 2 and 3 causes.
Complete thread -- Didn't sound like to me, though.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Primary pulmonary hypertension?
Complete thread -- 2. Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. 3. ________ pulmonary hypertension.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, sometimes will also hear appropriate for age
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Growth plates are s/l approximate with age.
Complete thread -- good one! I had listened too and couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- It is 'unlocked'. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can hear that. Will flag though to be sure, but suggest that.
Complete thread -- unlocked?
Complete thread -- sorry...I tried. can't get it.
Complete thread -- Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics uses 1, 2, 3...
Complete thread -- see link -
Complete thread -- Crowe?
Complete thread -- He "was also written" (?) a prescription for a hinged knee brace, which will be _____
Complete thread -- X-rays of the hips show developmental dysplasia with s/l "CRO" grade I, II, III.
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- CPK
Complete thread -- i think you are right
Complete thread -- nobody is targeting your name, don't fall for it, shameful stirring the pot for sure
Complete thread -- Will also get an arterial blood gas, CBC, chem 7, ____ LDH
Complete thread -- MAYBE "retic count" ????
Complete thread -- omgoodness....all i hear is "comma" this is a horrible sound file.
Complete thread -- I always have a *pleasant* time here... its a GREAT page and very helpful. I learn new
Complete thread -- WBC 5.6, HB 11.7, PLT 148,000, ____1.91, INR 1.02, K 3.9, BUN/CR 15/1. ...
Complete thread -- thanks for sticking up for *me*.... applause to you.
Complete thread -- exactly, and it FITS...
Complete thread -- I'm having a pleasant time visiting.
Complete thread -- wow why so nasty, it's you being critical not me Keep the board a pleasant place to visit
Complete thread -- oh, but let's give Q credit also - since she suggested it below.
Complete thread -- and your answer fits the context as well. Somebody's just being critical cuz *you* said it
Complete thread -- "epiphora" totally fits - you go ahead and think on it, though...
Complete thread -- might be out of the other duct? who knows. its the only answer I have that fits the s/l.
Complete thread -- epiphora is overflow of tears, OP said blocked tear duct, I'm thinking on it
Complete thread -- *if* there is a psych hx, the dose would fit for stelazine, but NOT sertraline.
Complete thread -- hives?? (but "has signs and symptoms" would also be my first guess)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- dunno how you'd distinguish between "has hines" and "has signs" - can you post an audio so
Complete thread -- and, signs & symptoms is a very common phrase.
Complete thread -- s/l sterazine looks like stelazine (psych) or sertraline antidepressant, OCD
Complete thread -- Epiphora is an overflow of tears onto the face. Didnt someone suggest this before?
Complete thread -- I cant imagine what it'd be since hassigns runs together, signs and symptoms.
Complete thread -- Nasal lacrimal blockage, *ebifora* and displacement of left Jones tube.
Complete thread -- definitely making an "h" sound.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ha(s) signs and symptoms...
Complete thread -- signs and symptoms?
Complete thread -- sounds like hines
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks, a new one entheses =connective tissue between tendon or ligament and bone.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- gauge - OneLook dictionary box above is a good resource for this kind
Complete thread -- gage or gauge?
Complete thread -- click on page 115, scroll down to "Technique"
Complete thread -- Yes to cerclage...see highlighted section describing it ...see link
Complete thread -- Would expect "Karen coal" = caruncle (see thread below)...I'll go check cerclage suture
Complete thread -- Here is specific lacrimal caruncle ...see link
Complete thread -- article also shows caruncle
Complete thread -- No....found transcaruncular....so may be caruncular...see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- to the *Karen coal* with a *cerclage* suture using
Complete thread -- Wonder if "caringular" = canalicular see link
Complete thread -- *caringular* space, medial *caranchol* of the left side and the scissors
Complete thread -- epiphora
Complete thread -- s/l ebifora
Complete thread -- Ignore. His enter too soon. Sorry. See above.
Complete thread -- Uncontrolled hypertension.
Complete thread -- Uncontrolled hypertension.
Complete thread -- Oh my... yes... Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in the usual block fashion?
Complete thread -- Wart removal. Lidocaine and Marcaine injected in s/l lee-sheel block fashion. nm.
Complete thread -- I am hearing trichlor acid (trichloroacetic acid)??
Complete thread -- he just shortened it
Complete thread -- trichlor acid (short for trichloroacetic acid)
Complete thread -- . At this time, a _____30% peel was performed
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Note the typo...s/b Voluma
Complete thread -- Finding glycolic 30% peel?
Complete thread -- LOL...muscle!
Complete thread -- orbicularis musclel?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l orbit gallarus
Complete thread -- triclor acid
Complete thread -- tear trough
Complete thread -- The _______ area was injected
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I find something called Voluma which is a filler...see link
Complete thread -- filler s/l valumin
Complete thread -- WAV still there...I think I hear cefazolin...can anyone confirm (for archives)?
Complete thread -- OK - I get it. Learn something new every day. Thanks for the fun fact, bb.
Complete thread -- when I worked at a hospital and got reference books punctually updated SM
Complete thread -- midazolam manufactured by somebody else...
Complete thread -- That's OK - my toes are fine; sorry if I came off snarky.
Complete thread -- yes missed seeing the aortic portion, not meaning to step on your toes
Complete thread -- so when they say "Versed" what are they talking about? (I still hear it often)
Complete thread -- yes, I saw that on drugs.com but wavered, as thought might be using up back supplies
Complete thread -- another fun fact: There's no such thing as Versed!
Complete thread -- we could see small intracor ___?___dimple. Can't get it
Complete thread -- not sure, did you see below post saying exactly that?
Complete thread -- not sure, did you get meaning SVAS? SVAS. (supravalvular aortic stenosis)
Complete thread -- a guess, might be Denavir (penciclovir topical)antiviral agent active against herpes virus
Complete thread -- It was Versed. I didn't know that was used for seizures. Learn something new every day!
Complete thread -- Anti-seizure med, sounds like Resed, can't find anything even close.
Complete thread -- I do not think that is it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- peramivir (trade name Rapivab) is an antiviral drug??
Complete thread -- Medication sounds like Remavear. Could be a cancer medication or chemotherapy?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I totally missed that. Will change my expander
Complete thread -- Medication sounds like Remavear.
Complete thread -- named for J.C.P. Williams, so Williams syndrome.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- V not C (SupraValvular Aortic/Pulmonic Stenosis) (capped letters to show acronyms)
Complete thread -- Got them, - SVAS - SVPS
Complete thread -- child with William Syndrome, sounds like SCAS and SCPS
Complete thread -- sounds like 'intrapleural' to me
Complete thread -- we could see a small ____ dimple
Complete thread -- received 2 g of ___ intravenously
Complete thread -- locked ?
Complete thread -- She was placed in a supine position and underwent examination under an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ear that I placed a suture into and compressed and got
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Good night. sweet dreams. ...
Complete thread -- I'm headed off to dreamland. Good night.
Complete thread -- I did have a small dog ear and then we placed a suture ____ and got be ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Last correction located middle of everything...compression OF the cuff (not 'in') because
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- #2 right up the ?front of the anterior aspect
Complete thread -- Correction. The cuff tendon moved more directly in a medial
Complete thread -- correction. one of the medial sutures went directly anteiorly.
Complete thread -- correction. dog ear, one I placed with another anchor
Complete thread -- #1 saved it for later to compress a
Complete thread -- I placed 2 medial anchors with FiberTape into the cuff, placed 2 conve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- itself resulting in a soft tissue tenodesis.
Complete thread -- We allowed it to get stuck in the notch here after tying it into a kno ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- passage (or passing) of (or the) sutures...my hearing isn't good enough, but
Complete thread -- A small accessory lateral portal was created for ____. The patient ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear clearly enough...sry.
Complete thread -- is he saying "with her *left or right* shoulder which she did well ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- is well acquainted
Complete thread -- The patient is a 63-year-old female with a history of right-sided shou ...
Complete thread -- I think "and theses" = indices ....plural of indicis ... see link
Complete thread -- Ah Ha Duhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh entheses
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- i was doubled minded about 1 mm or 9 mm. ...
Complete thread -- Also "very good anatomic alignment" (no 'and'..I think he just stuttered on
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a 1 mm
Complete thread -- Also I think he says "radial edge here" (not tear)
Complete thread -- We did open it, very slightly on a radial side but got good compressio ...
Complete thread -- I am not entirely sure if what I have written is entirely correct. Tha ...
Complete thread -- It's certainly a run-on sentence, but I think you did a good job with it. It
Complete thread -- s/b comma as you showed.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. a lot of correction is needed in this sentence. doubtful ...
Complete thread -- Oops. Wrong punction. No period after alignment.
Complete thread -- I hear "alignment. I did have to take a little nibble"
Complete thread -- I disagree. 3 to 4 is a range which is an approximation. However,
Complete thread -- I placed my guidewire and in order to place my guidewire in appropriat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ? doesn't 3/4 mean 3 to 4, not approximation. I'd do 3/4-ish
Complete thread -- a compression screw
Complete thread -- They elected to attempt percutaneous fixation with ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think you are right non/delayed
Complete thread -- i am hearing non/(slash) delayed unions ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction ...
Complete thread -- I guess it's actually with 2 corrections.."here where" and the "family." sections.
Complete thread -- With a correction, I *think* I hear "here where I was
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a male who was involved in a fight, had an injury to th ...
Complete thread -- BOS 2 says use arabic numerals 3/4
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- grade III/IV (he says grade slash 3 4ish)
Complete thread -- He literally says "grade slash three fourish" I believe he means
Complete thread -- Apparently tears can be diagnosed in exam under anesthesia, but
Complete thread -- No microfracture was done due to the fact that there was only small ar ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- rasped ?
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- Any bony prominences were s/l rassed. TIA
Complete thread -- I'm not sure a tear could be found on exam under anesthesia...as
Complete thread -- found this about something called 99 Tc HMPAU...the Tc part is
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- She had the right and left knee examined under anesthesia and found a ...
Complete thread -- Is PAU given as individual letters? P - A - U ?
Complete thread -- Osteomyelitis was confirmed by s/l agent PAU scan. TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- on a couple of areas in the
Complete thread -- ACL was stable and intact to probing but there was some fraying in the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- typo ....If editing permitted etc
Complete thread -- that had caused...If edited permitted I would be inclined to
Complete thread -- I did a light chondroplasty here, entered the medial compartment where ...
Complete thread -- Normal was changed to minimal in thread below.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- asterixis
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear "retained"
Complete thread -- mp3 - ESL - neuro exam - really curious what he' saying here...
Complete thread -- At the superficial fascial level, the sural nerve was identified and w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will get the file back. ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- see link...and sry.
Complete thread -- see link...and sry.
Complete thread -- Hope your still there...apparently it is stacked screws...trying to
Complete thread -- Also can't tell if he said "in the standard fashion" or "in a standard fashion"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- screws inserted in a standard fashion. These were stack screws...Note the
Complete thread -- This was temporarily fixated and finally fixated using 3.0 long thread ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- varus-placed hallux.....a rectus-placed hallux
Complete thread -- This was not a varus ____ hallux. It was actually a rectus ____ hallu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it does google...see link
Complete thread -- Got it!....fish-scaled with an osteotome (I think)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I wish he had stayed with "repaired" but he changed his mind and I can't get what he
Complete thread -- Normal sectioning of this joint was performed and the sectioned bone m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- darn typo...might be "resected"..AND there is more following it
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon...might be "resested" ...AND there is more following it
Complete thread -- The first word might be "resected"
Complete thread -- Note the correction of 'minimal' (not normal)
Complete thread -- ___?___ the functional reduced position. Minimal sectioning
Complete thread -- The wound was thoroughly irrigated. The first MTPJ was ____ reduced p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "trackbound"
Complete thread -- The distal proximal phalanx had significant cupping throughout and thi ...
Complete thread -- okay,thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Personally I would give him what he said. His meaning is clear.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- feathered
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to allow for
Complete thread -- sorry. this is mp3 not wav. ...
Complete thread -- if clinic note has no HPI,and doc says "as mentioned in HPI" would you change to say
Complete thread -- This wedge was removed, the hinge guide was removed, and the hinge was ...
Complete thread -- A hinge axis guide was placed in the lateral margin of the fifth metat ...
Complete thread -- Sounds a little more like several months to me instead of 7.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- basal
Complete thread -- mp3, ESL doctor, not getting 1 word regarding weight... Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- by typo...I meant that I left out the word 'slight'
Complete thread -- typo...but could feel a slight edge etc
Complete thread -- to the point that it was barely visible, but could feel a edge of
Complete thread -- LOL! It sounded like "Martin" to me. Thank you!
Complete thread -- The lipoma which was on the right anterior thigh was suctioned down __ ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- morphine
Complete thread -- it would probably be best
Complete thread -- mp3, some type of pain control ...
Complete thread -- cannot get what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks again! I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Generalized edema,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- mp3...ESL doctor... thanks very much
Complete thread -- above
Complete thread -- Thank you! I have another one for same dictator... He's new for me...
Complete thread -- Hypertension and hyperlipidemia secondary to ____. ...
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tendinosis
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded... Not sure if I'm getting this correct and would love a double check.
Complete thread -- Left shoulder arthropathy with rotator cuff tear and ____ status post ...
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think nothing there...just a stutter/stumble
Complete thread -- Straight leg raise is ____ positive on the left at 20 degrees ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it. clarithromycin
Complete thread -- clarithromycin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for #2, the way the sentence is structured, it s/b node-type defects (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- . The patient is taking ____________ which he was started on by his VA provider.
Complete thread -- Occipital neuralgia
Complete thread -- The study *was* on the question of radiation dosing, but the factors
Complete thread -- Head: Significant for tenderness in the posterior scalp regions consi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- marrow
Complete thread -- This was apparently thought to be congenital. There was fatty ____ re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Schmorl's node defects...2 there are moderate-sized Schmorl's node
Complete thread -- Nevermind! I figured it out. "Reveals the"
Complete thread -- Whoops! Meant "unresponsive" not unresonsive. ugh
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded... ESL doc. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- MRI studies performed at the California Imaging Network on 10-29-2014 ...
Complete thread -- see OneLook link
Complete thread -- I would use insomniac.
Complete thread -- doc said: insomnic.. see inside
Complete thread -- you can find an exception to every rule....myelography is done PA too
Complete thread -- totally disagree. That is about radiation dosing. Funny though, I
Complete thread -- that makes more sense :) thank you!
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "intrahospital"...maybe he got the
Complete thread -- When I first read the OP's question I wondered about that too...so
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Entered hospital with pancytopenia??
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says. This is a clinic followup following prior hospitalization
Complete thread -- with a question mark, means I was GUESSING. myob
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is it possible? mashed or passed one over the other blocking image
Complete thread -- I'd go with "in concurrence with" the patient/family and (etc the hospital staff)
Complete thread -- college visits planned to ... I think we got this one.
Complete thread -- ankle mortise. he's describing the whole leg in the x-ray down to the ankle?-b k l o l i
Complete thread -- 4 more college .... and has college(trips?) planned to Connecticut
Complete thread -- would you type concurment or would you re-cast to say:
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- :) I think he is making up a word :) concurment
Complete thread -- that is what I kept hearing too and was unable to find so I thought I was hearing wrong
Complete thread -- OP did not know leg was connected to ankle??? Good thing you are here to help!!!
Complete thread -- 1. She is awaiting far more college notifications and .... ?? sorry, can't get it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- A femur x-ray does not show the ankle,unless taken by a very poor tech
Complete thread -- he is saying "con-cur-ment" which I can't find in the dictionary."family concur with that"
Complete thread -- no MP3 there?
Complete thread -- I think...
Complete thread -- agreement
Complete thread -- She has ___college notifications and has ___ to Connecticut and Washington DC.
Complete thread -- The OP didn't know and thought x-ray did not show ankle, huh
Complete thread -- fluff to 'the course'
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Iow, what goes in and what comes out.
Complete thread -- this person has posted 'meanings' all day long...par for
Complete thread -- which is why OP is questioning it - these are not adjacent vertebral bodies
Complete thread -- retrolisthesis=posterior displacement of one vertebral body with respect to adjacent one
Complete thread -- and spine work is usually done AP and lateral (not PA, too much magnification)
Complete thread -- Well, I suppose it could, but no mention of fusion.
Complete thread -- yeah, that would be quite a stretch,easier to flag.
Complete thread -- No mention of fusion in any imaging in the list.
Complete thread -- Yeah, and I don't think a fused segment could retrolisthese!!!
Complete thread -- thanks to you both for the input
Complete thread -- I agree with you, unless T11, T12 and L1 are fused.
Complete thread -- xanthElasma
Complete thread -- Sorry, that should be: Retrolisthesis of T11 on L2 to L3.
Complete thread -- Retrolisthesis of ___T11 on L2 to L3. Is that even possible? Where's T12 and L1? (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- never mind, got it conjunctival injection, no xanthalasma, no arcus senilis. ENT: Mucous
Complete thread -- (like Q already suggested!) (still working on other one)
Complete thread -- arcus senilis for the 1st part...
Complete thread -- ?arcus senilis?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- njunctival injection, no xanthalasma, no a*archasenoas*. *ant tea gall* mucous membr
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes makes sense, it strengthens and enlarges the vein/artery for blood flow
Complete thread -- I appreciate your help, but it is in list of imaging. Right femur x-ray...
Complete thread -- well, you actually got it right... ;)
Complete thread -- oh yeah... you're behind me on this one! wanna fight?
Complete thread -- LOL, yours showed up as I posted, why I thought I was 2nd.
Complete thread -- you mean in front of me!
Complete thread -- and lb wins by 2 seconds!
Complete thread -- right behind ya...
Complete thread -- Sounds possible...see link
Complete thread -- operating room (and "and decide" rather than "when decided", I think)
Complete thread -- operating room
Complete thread -- 1. echocardiogram to assess 2. valvular function?
Complete thread -- 1-in order to assess 2-valvular(?)
Complete thread -- risk stratification for the _______ when decided if further testing
Complete thread -- 1. I have asked the patient to undergo an echocardiogram. ________ LV size, wall thi
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Pt is status post AV fistula placement
Complete thread -- Fluff to tuff?
Complete thread -- it was "hard volcanic rock composed of compacted volcanic ash"?
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was for #1 element? see link
Complete thread -- the tibia and femur (leg) connected to ankle sm
Complete thread -- Good going, that was a tuff one!
Complete thread -- this is it
Complete thread -- minimal degenerative joint disease
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks for that comprehensive explanation. :o)
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon, there also non rib-bearing vertebrae nm
Complete thread -- s/l 5 ra dying might be ? 5 rib-bearing vertebrae sm
Complete thread -- She has ______ disease
Complete thread -- s/l might be dot as in dot test=four dot test or Worth's Four Dot test
Complete thread -- Can you fine tune the s/l...re as in reed, re as in reh, ra as in rah, ra as in ray ?
Complete thread -- Are these eyes or what?
Complete thread -- WAG...Snellen chart uses block letters...could he be saying blocks? Can't
Complete thread -- first time with this doc and he says this repetitively. hear "non re dying"
Complete thread -- Something about rodding? That's all I can come up with.
Complete thread -- That is referring to the foot and ankle.
Complete thread -- Yes, I know that, but this is a femur x-ray...no view of the ankle.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but s/b PA and lateral demonstrate (as
Complete thread -- because it listed U.S. link, if English colony, they know to auto convert just as we do
Complete thread -- She is actually 20/20 today, and she _____ [s/l blots] to 20/30.
Complete thread -- lumbar x-ray
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- I&Os =record of fluid intake input and output, called a fluid balance record
Complete thread -- fluff to Q and lb
Complete thread -- LOL - glad to be of help
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- The “mortise” is concaved surface formed by tibia and fibula sm
Complete thread -- thanks for answering for me lb. I was doing I&O on the board.
Complete thread -- lol. Never heard it dictated this way. Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- I'd say more like drinking normally and using the bathroom normally.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. So 'ins and outs' mean like actively playing inside and outside or something
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what is strange since it is a femur x-ray, which would include femur and knee
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- I&O
Complete thread -- meaning, I heard I and O
Complete thread -- That's the only thing I find. Does that make sense though? Did you listen to wav?
Complete thread -- or I and O ? (ins and outs)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ankle mortise. he's describing the whole leg in the x-ray down to the ankle?
Complete thread -- Wav is now posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- Cimino
Complete thread -- I hear now: She moves all extremities symmetrically bilaterally. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear now: She moves all extremities symmetrically bilaterally. Thanks
Complete thread -- visit after having had the ____ AV fistula created on the left wrist on...
Complete thread -- Pt with sore throat. He continues normal s/l INO and activity. He has not been e
Complete thread -- MUSCULOSKELETAL: She ____ symmetrically bilaterally. Gait is intact.
Complete thread -- "angle" mortise...(see message)
Complete thread -- I went with faint - pretty sure that's what she's saying :)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- faint pannus 360? thin pannus 360?
Complete thread -- I put "posterior cervical diskectomy and fusion" with quotes into Google...
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as posterior cervical diskectomy and fusion?
Complete thread -- He clearly says "T" or "P", definitely not A
Complete thread -- Definitely sounds like he is saying Loggerman's test.
Complete thread -- ACDF (Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion)
Complete thread -- could it be lordotic angle?
Complete thread -- Yergason Test? see link for other options
Complete thread -- Cervical spondylosis with myelopathy with planned C4-C6 s/l "PCDF or TCDF"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- eye saccades
Complete thread -- Loggerman's test?
Complete thread -- facet block-neck-s/l angle
Complete thread -- HEENT
Complete thread -- If you mean "never mind" as to question of op title, you should put it under your own post
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sending on
Complete thread -- At the CMC joint, he has joint space narrowing, subchondral cysts,
Complete thread -- lumbar x-rays-two words
Complete thread -- never mind = Aspira® catheter= pleural drainage
Complete thread -- Kocher? (epigastrium incision.) Woks best to give op title
Complete thread -- found Surginet dressing
Complete thread -- counter?
Complete thread -- unlimitED with regard to....
Complete thread -- A *cancer* incision was made on the epigastrium
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- cast cutter
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- on the opposite side __________. Any small amount of
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Using a _______, the cast was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l surginet stocking
Complete thread -- not sure, but needed to be placed somewhat more posteriorly.
Complete thread -- 2. The incision was made slightly posterior in the normal fashion
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ahhh yes... I hear "allow" now too, and I also hear #2 reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Complete thread -- made posteriorly. Attempt was made to suction the middle ear, but no fluid...
Complete thread -- Again, the _______ was noted and the tube was still
Complete thread -- the posterior _______ in the middle ear AND incision was made _______ fashion and a
Complete thread -- 1. and allow bony union
Complete thread -- #1 ?ulna? bony union
Complete thread -- chronic wrist (not rest) pain.
Complete thread -- It might be "force this out to length" not sure but
Complete thread -- distal radius and _______. We also AND postoperatively as well as ________ with sur
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- we could and ______ out to length (not 100% sure)
Complete thread -- rotator cuff group
Complete thread -- Shoulder has undergone surgery with repair of the rotator cuff ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- This is aggravated by motion (in or and, I can't tell) physical
Complete thread -- The bilateral shoulders associated with numbness and tingling to the b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- a hostile and stressful
Complete thread -- your link has it spelled center too.
Complete thread -- development of hypertension and hyperlipidemia as well. This was prim ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Sounds like maintained to me, but I'd think it should be sustained.
Complete thread -- He fell and landed against the wall hitting his head and his left side ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- he was unlimiting with regard to continuous....?
Complete thread -- Are you in british colony? usually spell differently. centre 1, I think ok.
Complete thread -- I see it spelled more as center but 1 is right.
Complete thread -- Pre-injury, his lifting capacity was greater than 100 pounds or greate ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- not sure "and the pertinents herein have" (wait for another ear.)
Complete thread -- Causation and disability can change also in regard to the clause of th ...
Complete thread -- is centre 1 correct?
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Prestalia combo drug amlodipine and perindopril hypertension
Complete thread -- nevermind VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean)
Complete thread -- She had Cesarean section adn s/l b back many years ago.
Complete thread -- she went into bronchospasm
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- She got a partial dose of prophylactic antibiotics and then she ____ b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Successful
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Regional pain syndrome in bilateral lowe ...
Complete thread -- maybe "at the patellofemoral joint, we carried out..."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He said patellofemoral joint twice, not sure why, but it doesn't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- chondroplasty of the undersurface
Complete thread -- Better. Thanx.
Complete thread -- This was debrided back as well. At this time, our attention was turne ...
Complete thread -- 40% (period). The anterior horn of the lateral meniscus was involved as well.
Complete thread -- Reposted. See thread above.
Complete thread -- still don't think it is rupturing...perhaps a longer wav would give us a better feel
Complete thread -- Poi, can you hear 'superior' between 40% anterior?
Complete thread -- Glad you were there.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- From my experience I've never heard them say
Complete thread -- anterior horn OF the lateral meniscus was involved as well
Complete thread -- was involved as well. (not sure about rupturing??)
Complete thread -- The patient had large medial meniscus tear. This was debrided back ru ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "used. We injected the portals."
Complete thread -- Right leg was prepped and draped in standard fashion after anesthesia ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I searched with the word "implied" in my databas ...
Complete thread -- thought I heard the word 'implied' somewhere but can't get it.
Complete thread -- The patient had large medial meniscus tear. This was debrided back ru ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The patient had pain in his right knee and had failed conservative car ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I've come up with nothing. I found that they can
Complete thread -- sorry no wav. typed wav instead of guy. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate it. waiting for your reply. ...
Complete thread -- Wonder whether "D" is really "deep" ...but still checking on ?reticul
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Perioral phenol peel with 35.2% phenol. ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- dss format file so can't upload wav. ...
Complete thread -- A 0.8% solution was now placed on a folded 2 x 2 sponge and this was t ...
Complete thread -- I hear "or cough related."
Complete thread -- This is a PFT report
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Re-thinkng..."and this was all then prepped with Betadine" ...go with
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "and this had all been prepped with Betadine"
Complete thread -- Then, the excess tissue on the left side of the abdominoplasty was inf ...
Complete thread -- Upon admission? Wonder if second blank is the pt's first name?
Complete thread -- Quite possibly! I'm new on this account so not at all familiar with the doctor.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for #2 wonder if he's just stumbling and saying "uh his wife"
Complete thread -- and cut with a nice base and folded over to smoothen the contour (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- folded over to smoothen the contour. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Don't like keeping you hanging, but I can't find adequate sample to
Complete thread -- MP3 file. Need help with ESL doctor. Thanks in advance!
Complete thread -- and cut with a nice base and folded over _____ the contour
Complete thread -- The SMAS was elevated and the attachments were released and the SMAS w ...
Complete thread -- Full blepharoplasty, facelift, diamond procedure of the corners of mou ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery. I would like to find a sample and see if
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- have I written correct? ...
Complete thread -- the fat was resected off the platysma and the subplatysmal fat pad was ...
Complete thread -- I would feel better is someone else confirmed that for you...I think
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. is he making a correction before the sentence? "subc ...
Complete thread -- This dictator dictates 2 to 3 rectifications in a single sentence leav ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with blunt dissection over that area"
Complete thread -- The area was stapled and superior pre and postauricular incision was m ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Thanks SO much for ALL your searching. Love it when I learn a new term!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- update: QA left it blank
Complete thread -- scroll down page to technical data box
Complete thread -- See link with data...one of its settings can be 9
Complete thread -- Typo...MeniVac
Complete thread -- Just found this...a MeniVacc from ArthroCare...see link..was
Complete thread -- Me too, but have to flag this one.
Complete thread -- I'm looking
Complete thread -- Do you think this could be used for surgical meniscal repair in addition to
Complete thread -- here is a link for a mini-VAC device...perhaps "probe" is used
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!! Here is another one *mini vac probe*? cannot document
Complete thread -- As you say, also called Saber Wand (just wanted you to know it
Complete thread -- Here is one link for saber used for lateral release by ArthroWand
Complete thread -- Found something called a Saber Wand used for electrocautery purposes
Complete thread -- Vapr?
Complete thread -- transarthroscopic lateral retinacular release was carried out with the *saber*
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Sry to hear that. Hang in there.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! today is not my day
Complete thread -- yes, 5 tablets 3.125
Complete thread -- oops...fndpia=Questyr
Complete thread -- are a relatively mild part of her symptomatology, they would
Complete thread -- not catching what he says, and unsure if hearing rest correct
Complete thread -- thank you guys!
Complete thread -- Although true, ignore my bit about maximum dose.
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- When I look at RxList and these google hits, it looks like the
Complete thread -- Definitely strange. Maximum dose is 50 or 80 mg (see link)
Complete thread -- Carvedilol at 15.725 mg b.i.d. Is this dose odd? No solid Google hits.
Complete thread -- I see Oasis provided a link.
Complete thread -- Plus the other link in that thread shows it too (I'm seeing
Complete thread -- Check this link out regarding fetal echo terms.
Complete thread -- archives show Margaret indicating a systolid-diastolic ratio...see link
Complete thread -- blanked, will post back if anything filled in besides INT.
Complete thread -- intervention maybe?
Complete thread -- fetal echo... is it: "ASD ratio" "ISD ratio" or "S/D ratio"... finding all 3 in past
Complete thread -- Wow, hmm, guess it could make sense. This account is vague about subheadings
Complete thread -- Intermittent needle therapy (INT)?
Complete thread -- (copied before fully proofing, changed to "on bilateral lower extremities")
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. I sent it with a blank. I appreciate
Complete thread -- thinner cut?
Complete thread -- "INT" heading in PE?
Complete thread -- First thing that came to mind was "chamfer cut."
Complete thread -- Fluff to bkloli
Complete thread -- Yup, I got that levothyroxine is not an anticoagulant.
Complete thread -- Have to let it go. They're waiting for the note. Thanks for trying Q!
Complete thread -- I tried to hear that but just can't. I'm also trying to hear femur but
Complete thread -- Could doc be saying tibial cut?
Complete thread -- Q, don't get your panties in a wad. Someone else posted that, but I don't see that it is
Complete thread -- Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty - "thenar" cut
Complete thread -- really? someone is gonna fight about who posted what? I am not on D's side
Complete thread -- Darlene's not new - her moniker just changes daily.
Complete thread -- wow...what did I miss?
Complete thread -- looks like h i k j m k is new here?
Complete thread -- okay Darlene, just realized it was you ...Leaving you alone
Complete thread -- I'm so lost... but it's okay. I usually am.
Complete thread -- I can be empathetic & respectful from a far, I prefer leaving behavioral health issues to
Complete thread -- Fluff to nm
Complete thread -- you DID post gad...ddd - maybe not competitive, but just rude?
Complete thread -- Don't assume; you thought it was me that posted did you refresh or whatever, I didn't
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi
Complete thread -- I was trying to be humorous. Below you posted "gad...ddd" on
Complete thread -- I did think your gadd..ddd below was not "continuing to be respectful"
Complete thread -- What is this for ?? I'll continue to be respectful-- with difificulty.
Complete thread -- levothyroxine is for thyroid, not anticoagulant, agree D1 sm
Complete thread -- Now U don't have to answer "I'm guessing U did not refresh b4 posting?" ;)
Complete thread -- gad...ddd
Complete thread -- Thanks both. I was thinking along different lines altogether.
Complete thread -- samples on contract basis (e.g. Quest, LabCorp, ARUP). Network ..
Complete thread -- ARUP lab...see link
Complete thread -- I hear..This is the day of the atraumatic onset. It is relieved with rest
Complete thread -- s/l A-rup
Complete thread -- Actually, even though the post time of the 2 threads shows a 4-minute
Complete thread -- ? mild delivery conversion
Complete thread -- I keep hearing... "This is with "aced' atraumatic onset" which is why I thought he was
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- yea, I think I might flag that one if it was me.
Complete thread -- I am not sure... I cannot hear without....but not sure what he says, if he started to say
Complete thread -- thanks you!
Complete thread -- without? hard to hear it, though.
Complete thread -- correction within my OP: which does not radiate, is worse with gripping, flexion, and
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- unsure if he is just stumbling or ??
Complete thread -- needs reimplantation of knee---s/l seed the knee
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- We have addressed his . . .
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I'm guessing you did not refresh before posting?
Complete thread -- s/l referred but now patient will take himself
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh, gosh! That never occurred to me. I was looking up stations and effacement..
Complete thread -- oops...no colon punctuation on the military time
Complete thread -- oops...no colon punctuation
Complete thread -- wonder if he is giving you the time of day in military hours (17:20) = 5: 20 p.m.
Complete thread -- "fair" is the first word - then "provided the patient will take himself" or something like
Complete thread -- I am assuming this is a time, so "1720" if you're verbatim, "1720 hours" or "5:20 p.m."
Complete thread -- She said seventeen twenty. How is that written?
Complete thread -- I do believe that is what he is saying now. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Going to be _________ in mental health
Complete thread -- It is possible, but the 2nd time he says it, he says V-eye (VI) instead of one.
Complete thread -- could he be saying D1 (or DI) for diagonal? I can't think of a V that would be stented.
Complete thread -- Yes, and ESL physician...
Complete thread -- Is this a physician dictating? Just curious. No idea about that
Complete thread -- thanks-makes sense
Complete thread -- Stent to the V1 (then later he says VI (like v-eye). see message
Complete thread -- 1. recent? 2. cortical disruption?
Complete thread -- two words in x-ray of knee
Complete thread -- I can't find anything else that sounds like your s/l.
Complete thread -- link look over terms for button. I think NM got it suspensory
Complete thread -- porcedure
Complete thread -- LVC may be ..left ventricular contraction sm
Complete thread -- suspensory? Where is the graft?
Complete thread -- aha, good guess, will listen again, thanks
Complete thread -- Arthrex technique with two *sedentary* buttons. The graft
Complete thread -- ?mitts (like mittens)
Complete thread -- annular pancreas a ring of pancreatic tissue encircles the duodenum
Complete thread -- s/l knits (a kind of restraints)? nm
Complete thread -- guessing s/l deliverous=delivery (some med) & auscultation not right word
Complete thread -- purely from the s/l, I wondered if it was "mildly vigorous auscultation" ...but
Complete thread -- Sending to QA. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "mild deliverous auscultation" (see message) Ring a bell?
Complete thread -- aha...
Complete thread -- duh, he's saying both eyes
Complete thread -- I think she is saying quad active drawer. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- No problem.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l veesee to me...
Complete thread -- That helped immensely! I have to admit not even looking. This was one of those
Complete thread -- i did
Complete thread -- Alphagan (brimonidine) b.i.d.?
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- med s/ l bow vise
Complete thread -- says name a couple times but can't get it: Postop care with Dr. _____ and just to up
Complete thread -- I think annular would make sense in the context. Don't know if that helps you or not.
Complete thread -- Posterior drawer deferred. s/l Quackter drawer deferred.
Complete thread -- ESL, sounds sort of like annular but not with the letters defined if you get what I
Complete thread -- chest just shows... (after he corrected himself)
Complete thread -- III and aVF (EKG leads)
Complete thread -- Yes - Anoro is a new pulmonary med. Did you try googling it?
Complete thread -- med s/l Anoro
Complete thread -- EKG: Sinus rhythm, T depressions *three and a half*, left anterior fascicular block.
Complete thread -- without any laceration. ______ shows some wheezes
Complete thread -- unable to get up because of pain and brought..
Complete thread -- I hear something like - unable to ______ because of pain, she was brought....
Complete thread -- gallbladder is out
Complete thread -- nevermind, I read this
Complete thread -- But, 'no left ventricular cavity' doesn't quite make sense
Complete thread -- surgery with hardware, ______, bypass surgery,
Complete thread -- right hip and low back ______ pain and brought to the emergency
Complete thread -- that's it, thanks
Complete thread -- Cat's Claw?
Complete thread -- rx list s/l capsgah or capsclaw.....
Complete thread -- Left ventricular cavity. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- McConnell's sign. Thanks anyway. Still not sure of LVC
Complete thread -- There is no s/l mukunal sign (or side) - No regional wall... For s/l LVC
Complete thread -- isolated patches
Complete thread -- irregular patches of mucosal erythema (not and )
Complete thread -- There were a few ________ patches of mucosa and erythema
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bolt
Complete thread -- After it was reduced, the plate was placed on top of the fracture site ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I'd bet you're absolutely right on..that the doc is reading a
Complete thread -- I think I hear "____ down to the pronator quadratus."
Complete thread -- My guess is that it is "mesial aspect." Is this an MD dictating?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- for #2 I hear "came down"
Complete thread -- The median nerve and the flexor tendons were moved out of the way. __ ...
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded (for some reason sound uploaded very loud). Brain CT... Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think I hear "carried out laterally"
Complete thread -- The abdominal pannus was lifted and removed off the anterior abdominal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- removed off the anterior abdominal wall....tiered out laterally???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The abdominal pannus was lifted and removed out the anterior abdominal ...
Complete thread -- happy to report, (he says period) there is no evidence of...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- watch this (period) Did not do a reexcision (period)
Complete thread -- We elected to watch this ____. I am happy to report ____ evidence of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- once a month
Complete thread -- She denies smoking and drinks ____ socially. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Pembroke Pines
Complete thread -- The patient works for Sheridan Healthcare as a medical assistant in _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- he actually says "she is not able to sleep, I'm sorry, it takes her a while.."
Complete thread -- end of the day, it takes her a while before she falls asleep. (and in first sentence
Complete thread -- When she first wake up, her neck was stiff and at the end of the day, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Not me. I am hearing driving south on Pine Island 595 (which is a highway)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am hearing "1000 Pine Island ...
Complete thread -- south.... 595
Complete thread -- She was a restrained driver of her 2000 Jeep Liberty Sport and driving ...
Complete thread -- Perfect!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- she was placed
Complete thread -- She was placed
Complete thread -- On June 04, 2003 ____ at a maximum medical improvement and given a per ...
Complete thread -- can i post my wav now? ...
Complete thread -- I saw this (I think this should be a new sentence, not after the CC)
Complete thread -- That's okay. It happens. Mine is posted again at this time though.
Complete thread -- yes please. go ahead. ...
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. ...
Complete thread -- Hey, I posted my wav below and thanked in advance for listening. I will post my wav again.
Complete thread -- sorry. i posted my wav without refreshing the page. ...
Complete thread -- On June 04, 2003 ____ at a maximum medical improvement and given a per ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for listening.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- prior surgery
Complete thread -- At C6-C7, the patient is status post ____ as described above. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with cord impingement.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- At the C5-C6 level, there is a broad-based bulging annulus with a righ ...
Complete thread -- That makes sense!! Thanks, poi. Thanks to you again too, Questyr.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- indents....and flattens
Complete thread -- In conclusion, the impression for the study showed at C3-C4 a posterio ...
Complete thread -- habitual aborter?
Complete thread -- I listened again, and I clearly hear 'border?'
Complete thread -- I thought I would have no answer. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- WAV posted in thread higher up the page.
Complete thread -- I think I hear..."an habitual order"
Complete thread -- . She has been on Lovenox because of the poor OB history _______, and she is heterozy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- but it did not need an anchor.
Complete thread -- There was partial-thickness rotator cuff tear, which I debrided. I de ...
Complete thread -- Yes, 50 is what I thought I heard too, just wasn't 100% sure.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'm pretty sure it is 50 mcg.
Complete thread -- She has been on Lovenox because of the poor OB history s/l 'intravitreal border', and
Complete thread -- I think the dosage of B12 is cut off. I hear _____ mcg oral tablet.
Complete thread -- Singular 10 mg, Claritin 10 mg, Xyzal 5 mg, vitamin B12, ____ oral tablet.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Sounds like part topiramate and part Topamax, probably just
Complete thread -- Medication s/l toe-peer-oh-mac ('max' at the end: Starts next sentence with an 's')
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OK thank you.
Complete thread -- I don't hear enough of the audio before to guess.
Complete thread -- My opinion. It is fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Very long sentence - punctuation help please?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Singular 10 mg, Claritin 10 mg, Xyzal 5 mg, vitamin B12, ____ oral tablet.
Complete thread -- this is one of the few occasions where I would choose a dash ... aspirin --
Complete thread -- aspirin; one standard...... or one aspirin, one standard.....??
Complete thread -- "and it brought it down?"
Complete thread -- Left blank/nm
Complete thread -- A 4-month-old with fever of 101, mom gave Tylenol and (s/l) pradadone. sm
Complete thread -- I flagged it. I have no idea what he was trying to say. thanks nm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You showed it correctly (for your context) as "a systolic" ... nm was merely pointing
Complete thread -- Thanks - not sure I understood your comment about the space though. I don't see anything
Complete thread -- i'ts okay, means upper numbers are 150 mmHg or as you have it
Complete thread -- How would you transcribe "a systolic in the 150s millimeters of mercury"?
Complete thread -- unable to find exact s/l phrase BUT does not mean does not exist
Complete thread -- Oh, good.
Complete thread -- No luck trying to link "arc" with "air athrogram". Can U post a WAV?
Complete thread -- I'm thinking he stammered the word and it is only "air arthrogram". Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- I find there is such a thing as an "air arthrogram" see link...still
Complete thread -- "Arc Air arthrogram" sm
Complete thread -- is he changing 160 to 119??
Complete thread -- umm that would not e low tho. platelet count: 150,000-400,000 per cubic millimeter
Complete thread -- That was exactly it. but it appears sinus. Thanks. He is such a speed-freak!
Complete thread -- That is a great guess. I will go back.
Complete thread -- platelet count a little low at "161 19K." I know he means 161 thousand? nm tia
Complete thread -- difficult to analyze, but appears sinus?
Complete thread -- I was really tryin for that virtual cake... but if you're giving up, I am too.
Complete thread -- It should be difficult - not direct. Just caught that.
Complete thread -- I should know this. It sounds like peers or close to that.
Complete thread -- I give up. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I can almost hear ball bearings in there, but I don't know what
Complete thread -- oops, warehouse. Spelling police.
Complete thread -- He works at the s/l malbarens 4 col "um um" wearhouse
Complete thread -- That must be it. Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- got it - barbotage
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cystoscopy - sounds like barbatar?
Complete thread -- I don't know anything about translation. That being said,
Complete thread -- exemestane?
Complete thread -- does medical transcription or translation pay better?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "Cenegenics"? See message
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Articles on 7 weight loss tactics, ____ what do we really eat, 40s and ...
Complete thread -- Curves.
Complete thread -- She exercises by walking 3 times a week and is going to join ____. He ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Italian dressing. The second blank just sounds like a cutoff to me.
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are broccoli, carrots, zucchini, spinach, and salads wi ...
Complete thread -- I know I'm too late, but perhaps it was "towel clamp". On research
Complete thread -- pneumonia or --? pericarditis or pericardial or as previously mentioned Weigener
Complete thread -- typo sb turbulence
Complete thread -- no evidence of flow "acceleration" or turbulance ? Post wav
Complete thread -- I'm sure there are lots of Indians here too. Sorry. :)
Complete thread -- Never mind. Also forgot to mention it is a 60-YO female.
Complete thread -- First MD dictates 'Extreme stain', then spells (trying to decipher) ending in 'stand.'
Complete thread -- Medications: Extreme stain (spells extremestand), levothyroxine.
Complete thread -- Oh, i agree. I missed that.
Complete thread -- who's "we"? White Americans? Not all of us are. :)
Complete thread -- listen for "NO evidence"
Complete thread -- I've never heard either "white American" or WA... I'd think "well-appearing"
Complete thread -- might be okay, see link(s)
Complete thread -- I know, right? I was thinking "well-appearing" because that is why my
Complete thread -- pecifically, there is evidence of flow s/l*exploration* or turbulence to suggest hemo
Complete thread -- Why can't we think of all the good things we do, right? I really liked what you said here.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your generous feedback. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- I found intestinal clamp/forceps used for this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- You are human. Please remember that. Try not to be so hard on yourself.
Complete thread -- I am going to just blank. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- So much for a nice dictation with a standard insertion. Please help
Complete thread -- She may not have had pneumonia but may have had something
Complete thread -- I make those kinds of errors sometimes but I catch them when I proof
Complete thread -- Since we're practically a minority now, get used to it. lol
Complete thread -- Yes and I have the same hard time dealing, but even QA has made bigger (much bigger)
Complete thread -- We've all made errors. If I realize I did it as I hit the 'send' button,
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Please see message about making errors.
Complete thread -- Heck, I wouldn't know what WA was since I've never heard anyone say white American before.
Complete thread -- Not at all...normally they say WDWN (well-developed, well-nourished).
Complete thread -- Not a duh moment at all. Can you imagine a layperson trying to decipher that?
Complete thread -- Boy, that's a duh moment for me. Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorry, u wanted WA (white american)
Complete thread -- ?well nourished
Complete thread -- PE: WA WN female in no acute distress. What is WA? TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. Finally got it - cefpodoxime.
Complete thread -- S/l sef-uh-dox-im 200 mg every 12 hours for SBP prophylaxis. TIA!
Complete thread -- link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- sorry - I see Oasis suggested this already. Precordium.
Complete thread -- should be precordium (not pericardium)
Complete thread -- I agree, it doesn't make sense to me either.
Complete thread -- may be "the" possible
Complete thread -- thank you guys! I can now hear "The felt it may be possible ectopic pregnancy"
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- They felt it was maybe a possible ectopic
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- _____________may be the possible
Complete thread -- I would not change it either. I was just saying it didn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses that might point me in right direction?
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Glyxambi (empagliflozin and linagliptin) type 2 diabetes
Complete thread -- unsure what she says
Complete thread -- close call but dictator clearly says pericardium,(thinking pericarditis,I'd go as dictate
Complete thread -- well, if "she describes the pain" maybe it doesn't have to make sense.
Complete thread -- hmm, I dunno. I just found a few more reports where he said same thing for other patients
Complete thread -- YW
Complete thread -- Does "pericardium" make sense, though? Wonder if he meant "precordium"?
Complete thread -- thank you!! I could not hear that before but thanks to you I hear clearly :)
Complete thread -- pressure-like sensation
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Good night Q. ...
Complete thread -- Time to hit the hay. Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- relief of
Complete thread -- This is a pleasant 25-year-old male with history of acid regurgitation ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- He's got a misspeak which needs to be corrected. I would
Complete thread -- The patient has blindness, neuropathy, and gastroparesis with patient. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I can see where that would throw you because diet and diabetes also
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing "diet". ...
Complete thread -- from tight control
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: The patient will benefit from a ____ control of gl ...
Complete thread -- :-) ...
Complete thread -- Aw gee, I put my comma in the wrong place..I should have
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Further recommendations regarding the band per surgical team. ...
Complete thread -- he dictated the sentence again. he was in no hurry this time. Thanks a ...
Complete thread -- Good. Now what was it! Never, I repeat never, leave me hanging...I hate
Complete thread -- I can only get the last bit "_______ regarding the band etc"
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: The patient will be started on a course of PPI. _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Distal esophagus....Also make sure he didn't say ulcerations (plural)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ____ shows area of erythema and erosions and small ulceration consiste ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Yes. LA class stands for Los Angeles classification (see link)
Complete thread -- is there any LA class 2 esophagitis? ...
Complete thread -- The distal esophagus showed areas of ulceration and erythema consisten ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- parturition
Complete thread -- who has been having symptoms of regurgitation, emesis, and dysphagia w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Answered above.
Complete thread -- C-section times 3.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: 1. Lap band placement in 2011. 2. Appende ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Of course. Sry we couldn't crack it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. I had figured the 'gut', but couldn't come up with the 'with'.
Complete thread -- and end-stage renal disease
Complete thread -- and ____ renal disease
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother has diabetes. Father has diabetes ____. ...
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: 1. Lap band placement in 2011. 2. Appende ...
Complete thread -- or even "relieved by the aminophylline"
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- suggest listening closely for "reiterated to the patient"
Complete thread -- I was kindly asked to evaluate the patient for symptoms of _____ regur ...
Complete thread -- listen for "relieved by aminophylline"
Complete thread -- Thanks Q for all the support. I'm just not hearing that. Need to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- NM. Is saying gut with. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- NSAID
Complete thread -- Googling indicates a possibility of "felt by finger(s)" (see link)
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- I have recommended to her to stay on the 5-ASA, especially if the colo ...
Complete thread -- Would be nice, but no.
Complete thread -- Hoping your s/l may be off...could it be "felt bilaterally" ?
Complete thread -- a p b g o l is me. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am hearing etiology and "biology" of. ...
Complete thread -- the etiology and ???? of...
Complete thread -- She is doing rather well off medication. We discussed ____ of ulcerat ...
Complete thread -- Ischemic s/l gut-it ileocolostomy repair causing short gut syndrome. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- an account manager
Complete thread -- She works as ____ manager at *Time Warner*. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- i can hear "5-ASA______", then second blank is "flareups", third is "off of 5-ASA since"
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses are felt by s/l favor. TIA!
Complete thread -- The patient is also diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in August 2012 a ...
Complete thread -- Finally, heard it from another file. He was just saying "Views were good." wav deleted.
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- When working, he either sleeps in his truck or the s/l way. TIA!
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for the help. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- answered above. Again, sorry about posting over.
Complete thread -- it was just inflammatory reaction
Complete thread -- its okay. reuploaded mp3.
Complete thread -- I am so sorry. I just posted over you. Please repost and I will sit here to try to help
Complete thread -- mp3 help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Just for the archives...In the 1st sentence where you say "Ultane" ...that
Complete thread -- glad i could help!
Complete thread -- That is it...
Complete thread -- Xofigo? (SM and link) -lb
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Cancer med...ESL
Complete thread -- sm regarded
Complete thread -- I got "nothin" - my last suggestion is the only one I have, and not sure that even fits.
Complete thread -- After seeing the definition of apoptosis, I think it does fit.
Complete thread -- Never mind - it is apoptosis.
Complete thread -- I apologize, chest. It was an echo.
Complete thread -- apoptosis?
Complete thread -- fluothane
Complete thread -- carried on _______, nitrous oxide and oxygen
Complete thread -- anterior wall of what? abdomen? (aminophylline???)
Complete thread -- Mild tightness in the anterior wall that was relieved by s/l*diam-a-nif-a-lin*
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- para muscles in the C-spine (think he meant paraspinal but sped thru it)
Complete thread -- pt is status post MVA
Complete thread -- thanks lb.
Complete thread -- Tessalon ?? (the mg fits and that's what I think he's rattling off)
Complete thread -- pt with acute sinusitis
Complete thread -- Verbatim. Clearly regarded. I'll have to flag. Thanks!
Complete thread -- if it was mentioned before, could be "reiterated"
Complete thread -- Could edit to "i related to the patient"
Complete thread -- so sorry but
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks for pointing out my typo and for confirming CEA
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell: "I regarded to the patient... (see context_
Complete thread -- She is... (you have See is) - and CEA is right.
Complete thread -- wow, clear as a bell now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- exercise
Complete thread -- googles well - google photic stimulation driving response
Complete thread -- Photic stimulation *drive*
Complete thread -- pt in for hypertension
Complete thread -- Dictated CAEA level, but I can only confirm CEA. Is editing correct?
Complete thread -- I have "pigmented villonodular synovitis" in my expander, maybe something along this line?
Complete thread -- he keeps saying this and I keep blanking it. Hoping someone knows
Complete thread -- All i can come up with is hypervascular synovitis but that's not your s/l.
Complete thread -- better link explaining "pure cut" versus "blend" mode
Complete thread -- knee surgery
Complete thread -- Also, I think he is saying "pure cut" as the setting...see link
Complete thread -- I don't know about the s/l, but I think the sentence
Complete thread -- came back to explain better so as not to confuse. I would go as dictated if clear sm.
Complete thread -- my finger in the rectum through an O'Connor drape.
Complete thread -- It would seem so. Linked article talks about CO2 laser with
Complete thread -- pure guess D may be dual (focus mode) but, looked around rather quickly sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree, no need for cap tho on fibrin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was accomplished using the laser in a s/l*D-focus* mode or the bipolar on
Complete thread -- s/l peer cut not finding, Found PEAK PlasmaBlade disposable surgical cutting coagulation
Complete thread -- my finger in the ___?___ O'Connor drape. Can't get word before it
Complete thread -- venotomy to match the arteriotomy.
Complete thread -- and a matched
Complete thread -- venotomy _____ arteriotomy
Complete thread -- finger in the __________ drape
Complete thread -- The verumontanum appeared normal on *peer* cut
Complete thread -- upon gait?
Complete thread -- maybe the anesthesiologist or CRNA is named Alice?
Complete thread -- must be Allis
Complete thread -- Venodynes in place, Foley in place. Anesthesia level was checked with *Alice*
Complete thread -- sm tia
Complete thread -- I'm hearing Fibrin.
Complete thread -- These were cauterized and then the area was washed out with saline and ...
Complete thread -- imbrication of this mass was carried out over the cheek on the left side
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think he says "and once this was effected at about 4 cm"
Complete thread -- The face had been infiltrated with Xylocaine with epinephrine and the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??remove??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Elevation of the SMAS by imbrication and ____ excess skin. ...
Complete thread -- Better.
Complete thread -- ointment was covering the...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is "Dressing was put in place, ointment which covered the etc
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear "ointment ?which covered the dermabrasion etc"
Complete thread -- Dressings were put in place ____ dermabrasion area and the patient ret ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear and and that doesn't really fit in with category of PLAN.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 everything but the
Complete thread -- I think he changes his mind from "The" to "Multiple sutures"
Complete thread -- can you hear *right shin wound is healing well"?
Complete thread -- The _____ sutures of 6-0 Prolene closed the upper lid and then a runni ...
Complete thread -- I can only get one word..."______that wound is healing well."
Complete thread -- Right leg cellulitis. 2. Right leg skin tear. PLAN: ________
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- arching
Complete thread -- The brow was then elevated where the medial brow was just over the orb ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- range of motion.
Complete thread -- dorsal forearm and tenderness along the distal radius. She has decreased ______
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- typo.,...meant to type overlying (not outlying)
Complete thread -- Nor is there any extension to the outlying skin. (Is what I hear)
Complete thread -- A thin-walled cystic mass with thick paste-like secretions measuring 4 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- deep?
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Right neck mass. 2. Right ____ cervical ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind.
Complete thread -- R U sure about "gelatin" ? .... I'm not familiar with such and when
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??will ?commence.......to be done ??
Complete thread -- The patient was awoken in the operating room and appeared to tolerate ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Oops ...fndpia=Questyr=Q
Complete thread -- ??and drained??
Complete thread -- May well be "similarly" rather than "intraorally" on relistening
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "prominent polyps were also intraorally injected"
Complete thread -- Under 70-degree endoscopic guidance, anterior ethmoid cells and fronta ...
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Left endoscopic frontal sinusotomy. 2. Rig ...
Complete thread -- What is the name of the surgery(ies) being done?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??prominent ____??
Complete thread -- Cottonoids soaked with 1:100,000 adrenaline placed in each side of the ...
Complete thread -- consciousness. The car had airbags, the airbags did not deploy.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- pt is status post MVA
Complete thread -- oh yes I saw them. Will keep it in mind in future. ...
Complete thread -- #2 might be "smegma" but the way the sentence is structured it
Complete thread -- NM. He is spelling smegma for me.
Complete thread -- penile cysts containing some s/l egg mass and s/l EGMA. TIA!
Complete thread -- looks like OP read all the replies before they were deleted; just clearing from archives.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- empiric
Complete thread -- Nevermind my question about lost posts...I see billybob's explanation.
Complete thread -- He continues to have progressive symptoms despite ____ prophylactic me ...
Complete thread -- This is really strange, but my posts on this thread have disappeared. I
Complete thread -- The patient is a 43-year-old gentleman who works as a ____ Medical Cen ...
Complete thread -- deleted, too much personal information.
Complete thread -- missed that. Thanks
Complete thread -- In case it was a cut and poast, note typo....She understands
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Northridge
Complete thread -- Really WAG, but I think I hear..."to be sure"
Complete thread -- You might be able to pull the name by googling the
Complete thread -- I discussed with the patient in detail the signs and symptoms of worsening influenza
Complete thread -- city is Covington, LA or near it, I think. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??Northside Medical Center??....if you can't get this one, tell us the city,
Complete thread -- respiratory therapist at _____ Medical Center
Complete thread -- The patient is a 43-year-old gentleman who works as a ____ Medical Cen ...
Complete thread -- oh, and I did :)
Complete thread -- I know, silly. But with 7's suggestion, perhaps you'll be able to now hear that. ;)
Complete thread -- between the 2 of you, I think you got it! Thanks.
Complete thread -- silly, I am the OP!
Complete thread -- I thot b4 I heard the "any" but my ears aren't good enough for the "significant"...mayB
Complete thread -- ?can you hear: and denies any significant sputum production....
Complete thread -- Murphy's Law at its worst.
Complete thread -- Agree
Complete thread -- I can't get that last bit.
Complete thread -- I typed 35 reports on this guy just zooming through, Now I am going
Complete thread -- ??and denies ___, sputum production, shortness of breath, wheezing?
Complete thread -- ?___sputum production, shortness of breath, wheezing, abdominal pain?
Complete thread -- ??_____ sputum production, shortness of breath _____??
Complete thread -- somewhere in there I hear "sputum production" ...presume this
Complete thread -- this is the account the gal says she *never* has blanks.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- he shouldn't be allowed to say erythematous ; )
Complete thread -- Good going! He's tough!
Complete thread -- or go to the ER should they occur. (I think I got it)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thanks 7!
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- I *think* I can hear that too...if so, good going!
Complete thread -- I hear: Positive for erythematous tonsils, with exudate present of the left tonsil.
Complete thread -- ok, thought I would give it a try. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- No...even with the suggestion planted I can't hear that; sry.
Complete thread -- do you hear "postive for a diagnosis of tonsils with left exudate"
Complete thread -- I can't get it. Sry.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Positive for ______tonsils with exudate present on the left tonsil.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was 5 x 40 angioplasty balloon...see link
Complete thread -- agree & note, only one company uses "Glidewire" ™ & cap it smM
Complete thread -- "E" may be "eluting" (balloon) but unless eluting or DEB
Complete thread -- the issue is employer preference, of course seen both ways, not to stress,sm
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- If gentle nudging allowed it could be done as
Complete thread -- looks great to me, but i'm not a comma expert. I would have, however, done it this way.
Complete thread -- Is comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- probably for the same reason we are having this discussion. It is confusing!
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I wonder why on their website for the doctor it shows it as Saint? I will
Complete thread -- aaack, Sorry, Q - I didnt open the bubble to see that you had posted Advantage.
Complete thread -- I find: Glidewire Advantage™
Complete thread -- sorry, i can't find anything for "E" in this case
Complete thread -- When it is a hospital like St. John's, I go to the website & however the website has it is
Complete thread -- ADDH - attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity (ADDH)
Complete thread -- this is from wiki but it explains the naming/spelling
Complete thread -- I hate inconsistencies LOL
Complete thread -- odd... and when you go to that website's location addys, it shows St. Louis :(
Complete thread -- see link to city Charter - a body corporate by name "The City of St. Louis,"
Complete thread -- I am going with Saint (see inside)
Complete thread -- please see inside message
Complete thread -- the proximal SFA disease was treated with a 5 x 4 "E" angioplasty balloon. tia nm
Complete thread -- Thank you. That's probably it, but I also could not get enough hits to feel confident. nm
Complete thread -- On I'm the run...but think it is Ansel sheath...and I found
Complete thread -- An "ovantage" glidewire was advanced in order to place a 6-French Ansell sheath. sm
Complete thread -- Me too!
Complete thread -- Thanks Questyr..... I learned something new today! :)
Complete thread -- Really WAG...??core area??
Complete thread -- tee hee
Complete thread -- She has a ____ (s/l choala) seen with urticaria surrounding that.
Complete thread -- ADDH exists...see link
Complete thread -- Boy with *ADDH*on Ritalin. Doc clearly spells twice. Anyone ever hear of
Complete thread -- O, I know. And this is the 2nd time since I've met yous guys that lb's "got" me!
Complete thread -- the funniest part was imagining Q goggling away (just having fun with you Q!)
Complete thread -- ROFL - sheesh lb! Not that sounds like a romance novel!
Complete thread -- giggle
Complete thread -- Nevermind. I found it. :)
Complete thread -- What's a C-hair? (I tried to google, but get hits for chair.)
Complete thread -- Kinda like saying a C-hair, all a figure of speech...
Complete thread -- I've already sent it off, but thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for making the quest :) I agree, ultimately just a figure of speech so I'm not
Complete thread -- can you post a wav. Or flag to QA to run down ans for you from "dictator"
Complete thread -- This was an interesting quest. From what I could find in
Complete thread -- Found mebrofenin liver scan, also HIDA
Complete thread -- HIDA and _____ scan?
Complete thread -- s/l hydarin mebrofenin scan done to assess function of the liver
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think either way it's meant as a figure of speech, not literally. Thanks
Complete thread -- totally agree but if it was a hair breadth space, why even mention it?
Complete thread -- That sounds more like a romance novel than a medical report :)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I think whisker makes more sense
Complete thread -- well, now i see "their lips were a whisper's breadth apart" ?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- when googling both, i get whisker breadth but not whisper breadth?
Complete thread -- Okay. But how does one measure a whisper? :)
Complete thread -- I think both make sense. I would think a whisper breadth would be a
Complete thread -- "whisper breadth"? see message
Complete thread -- cannot be certain without wav if changed mind or used all grafts
Complete thread -- For the archives..see link...saphenous vein can be used
Complete thread -- sending on....
Complete thread -- not familiar with this type of dictation.....see inside
Complete thread -- Whipple
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- whistle
Complete thread -- shoulder tests s/l wiffle
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- underwent scout films showing right renal calculi.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- corynebacterium?
Complete thread -- mrsa and s/l karinabacter
Complete thread -- The patient underwent __________ during right renal calculi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Trabectome ?
Complete thread -- would you cap hurricane in "hurricane Sandy?" thanks..
Complete thread -- He has had a history of cataract extraction ____ in the left eye and n ...
Complete thread -- This can include trigger point injection without steroid as well as fa ...
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Complete thread -- innocuous
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Due to ongoing symptoms of pain, the patient was considered for arthro ...
Complete thread -- summation shadow
Complete thread -- PA AND LATERAL CHEST X-RAY
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Complete thread -- 2. chard, and spinach
Complete thread -- Her protein is egg whites, chicken, ____ wild salmon. Her vegetables ...
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Complete thread -- chief complaint is weight gain. ...
Complete thread -- stevia (not Stevie), dyes, ... ?
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Complete thread -- Articles on Hewitt diet, Stevie, ____, vegetables. ...
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Complete thread -- Greek (typo)
Complete thread -- or a Greet yogurt and granola
Complete thread -- That is worded really poorly but basically he is saying she
Complete thread -- Her breakfast is coffee and toast with jam ____ yogurt and ____. ...
Complete thread -- 3 drinks at that particular party
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Complete thread -- answered above
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Complete thread -- half and half
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Complete thread -- diet
Complete thread -- She drinks a Diet Coke 1 time a month. She drinks a whiskey and ____ ...
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Complete thread -- Also I think he says "light of her advanced"
Complete thread -- #1 especially in....#2 poor
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks, benefits of rehabilitation and restricti ...
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Complete thread -- it was torn quite
Complete thread -- compartment she had obvious degenerative sever tear of the anterior ho ...
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Complete thread -- I also think in the 1st sentence he says "as at the end of the case."
Complete thread -- had entrance of the
Complete thread -- Portal sites were pre-injected with 0.25% Marcaine with epinephrine at ...
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Complete thread -- Maybe "which appeared to have an effusion".
Complete thread -- I think I hear "but appeared to have an effusion."
Complete thread -- there were two areas of a tear, lateral and medial
Complete thread -- She had an exam under anesthesia and the right lower extremity was fou ...
Complete thread -- extensive (?re? stumble),medial meniscectomy (did not hear debridement)
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. It sounds more like it Q. ...
Complete thread -- mainly laterally or medially?
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Complete thread -- I hear "extension of partial medial meniscectomy" sm
Complete thread -- I think he said extensive and then changed it to partial
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Extensive debridement and partial medial meniscectomy and
Complete thread -- The patient is a 55-year-old female with significant knee arthritis wi ...
Complete thread -- agree bone stock=example e.g.eval for osteoporosis, osteogenesis imperfecta, ESRD, diabet
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right knee osteoarthritis, lateral meniscus t ...
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Complete thread -- Ooops. Meant to post my own response, not part of yours.
Complete thread -- I believe he says "spondylitic" (spelling checked with Dorland's)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- spondylolytic (sorry, spelling)
Complete thread -- spondylotic
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- The MRI of the lumbar spine showed ____ changes at L5-S1 with Modic ty ...
Complete thread -- pretty sure the above is mainly about illicits, not "legally." could still get until
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- I would edit to make it "Normal postop arthroscopic/endoscopic (see
Complete thread -- bone stock?
Complete thread -- We will discuss further workup regarding the patient's s/l bone sock. TIA!
Complete thread -- Help with comma placement please? See inside...
Complete thread -- followup (you have a noun which is object of the preposition 'for'
Complete thread -- followup or follow up?
Complete thread -- fluff to 7
Complete thread -- Late to the party, but that's what I hear, too.
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- heck, I hear "She has a scar on her sternum annnd she had no rub"
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dexamethasone?? (check med list)
Complete thread -- attached again
Complete thread -- i still hear the old mp3?
Complete thread -- eh, I don't know what oscar hears only what I heard, and I don't know how anyone knows who
Complete thread -- Axis IV: _____ induced tics.
Complete thread -- right? I'm not you but I hear "mild lactic acidosis" (and will hear that every time I
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- s/l equal lilly ah
Complete thread -- No problem, but that is ALWAYS my first stop when I have a question, no matter
Complete thread -- left out a word???destructive process with (IN) the calvarium
Complete thread -- and?
Complete thread -- MP3 still there to listen mmmmoot/o
Complete thread -- agree, oscar is the only one hearing "no" rub and is pissed about it
Complete thread -- Thank you. Didn't Google because I figured I was way off! Sorry.
Complete thread -- google carafate slurry
Complete thread -- Elderly man with coronary artery disease, hiatal hernia, abdominal pain,
Complete thread -- Arguments are not a bad thing, just a discussion involving differing points of view
Complete thread -- here's my last attempt to sway you :)
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- I believe...
Complete thread -- ?postictal?
Complete thread -- Sounds like...metastatic disease
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- fit or no fit, what the man said was "mild" lactic acidosis
Complete thread -- perhaps saying basics as in the *the usual*
Complete thread -- fits when said like that, but sure don't hear it.
Complete thread -- micturition syncope
Complete thread -- type left out a word, patient has as well, lactic acidosis. It fits. nm
Complete thread -- patient has well, lactic acidosis. It fits.
Complete thread -- agree, and I'll say it again, I heard sternal rub.
Complete thread -- please go back to original question. We are not talking about
Complete thread -- well doesn't
Complete thread -- sinus tract, or small channel, open to the surface of the skin
Complete thread -- we differ in hearing & understanding (definitions) sm & All done here, bye
Complete thread -- I hear "scar on her sternum... sss... no rub"
Complete thread -- A sternal rub is something you do (rub the sternum) - it is not something you'd see
Complete thread -- I don't hear "no rub" (i hear sternal rub)
Complete thread -- misread, re-read. I posted "has a scar on her sternum and sternal rub," (makes sense)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I still disagree. He isn't describing a "sinus track or tract", he
Complete thread -- how can you have a scar on your sternal rub? makes no sense, and I do hear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but that is the way they do talk & eventually will be in accepted in sources
Complete thread -- has as well lactic acidosis
Complete thread -- sternum and sternal rub (did not hear "no"
Complete thread -- that would be in the case of a needle introducing infection
Complete thread -- I think it's just a stutter - "... sternum. No rub."
Complete thread -- mild lactic acidosis
Complete thread -- thank you for update, I sure did look for it
Complete thread -- the patient has _______.
Complete thread -- ?? sternum on sternal rub.
Complete thread -- I bet that is exactly what she was saying, thanks not much OB experience
Complete thread -- I hear for #2 "possible AP" (meaning appendectomy, see link)
Complete thread -- darn! I meant "sinus tract"
Complete thread -- please google: define "sinus track" and it will all become clear
Complete thread -- found this ..small bore feeding tube (single lumen) "K-O" not sure it is IT
Complete thread -- She has a scar on her sternum and ____ no rub.--- suggesting possible ______ versus
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- link for knee, portal tract
Complete thread -- we are not talking about "your *whatever's* anything - just "your"
Complete thread -- okay, but it also has needle tract (not track)
Complete thread -- comportable? comparable?
Complete thread -- typo...hepatic portal tract
Complete thread -- That is referring to the hepatic portal tractk (GI not ortho...existing not
Complete thread -- Stedman's GI & GU has portal tract
Complete thread -- s/l BUV might be biparietal diameter (BPD)
Complete thread -- kinda like "yous guys" ugh
Complete thread -- consider this link for tract
Complete thread -- I will grant that the term "guy" is defined as an "informal"
Complete thread -- 39 week fetal ultrasound s/l the buv was comportable sm
Complete thread -- tract/track pretty close sometimes examples
Complete thread -- I'm with you on this one, sm.7
Complete thread -- I object to the use of "your guy" at all - it's not a possessive, it's just bad grammar.
Complete thread -- I think track based on following the track of the portal.
Complete thread -- heck, I do believe it's tract, as in tunneling wound
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- K-E-O sounds a lot like K-A-O
Complete thread -- Vera Pyle: "track - the path along which something has
Complete thread -- No way. I'd simply edit to "your difficulty" "your situation" - even if it was verbatim.
Complete thread -- to your guy's situation (if one person) ..to your guys' situation (multiple people who
Complete thread -- I do think that they could potentially help address obstacles to your guys' situation.
Complete thread -- SP knee surgery. track or tract
Complete thread -- huh? what's the whole sentence? you guys? your guy's situation? ya'll come back now...
Complete thread -- "your guyses" difficulty. "your guyses" situation. What would you do?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh! I see it -thanks
Complete thread -- yes, but why would she say multiparous then gravida and then para?
Complete thread -- put ....multip....in archives box
Complete thread -- stands for multiparous
Complete thread -- She is a "multip" gravida 5, para 2, A0. (is that right "multip"?)
Complete thread -- Here's the problem...Trademark site shows KEOFEED, but
Complete thread -- sending with blank,but if someone would like to answer for archives, that would be great
Complete thread -- not legally since about '84, if memory serves me correctly
Complete thread -- Your welcome - Thanks again!!
Complete thread -- I believe 'guy' is in India.
Complete thread -- Thank you for your followup! I was able to google it with your input.
Complete thread -- doc is clearly saying KAO tube but I can only find Keofeed tube
Complete thread -- are you not in the US? Just curious.
Complete thread -- Revo-SCOI knot
Complete thread -- it's a big country and, yeah, there's snow in some places.
Complete thread -- afebrility? (not saying that's a real word, though)
Complete thread -- if quaaludes, it would have to be an old drug-use history. I don't think they're around
Complete thread -- Fanapt 2 mg (maybe?)
Complete thread -- I tried. Came up with Charlotte Urbanek which sounds nothing like Mooth. What town?
Complete thread -- quaaludes, crank ?
Complete thread -- sorry, pressed enter-
Complete thread -- Substance abuse help!
Complete thread -- Nothing is coming to mind. Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- hemodynamic stability, s/l afe-ability, history of antibiotic treatment, TIA!
Complete thread -- Today work is very less. Is there something in the US? snow may be? ...
Complete thread -- looking for a NP s/l charlotte mooth in Maine. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- stemming from her
Complete thread -- It does not appear that the neurosurgery physician who examined her fr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Note s/b perspective (not prospective)
Complete thread -- "obviously" a second opinion is more than welcome
Complete thread -- from my perspective. Obviously a 2nd opinion is etc..For the
Complete thread -- From my prospective, I will see if second opinion is more than welcome ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Really a WAG...???"allowed a course of rehabilitation"???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 told there is not much I can do
Complete thread -- At this point of time, it appeared this from a neurosurgical prospecti ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think it should be instability (not disability). Also, abduction
Complete thread -- After stumbling, ends with..."After the patient's shoulder was examined" ...he
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- From archives and google it APPEARS "prime" may be an
Complete thread -- it might be grade 2 sclerotic changes but I'm not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- last blank of the day. Sorry for the botheration. ...
Complete thread -- She did have some loss of motion with the arm at 90 degrees of adducti ...
Complete thread -- 5 prime HIAA
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with grade 2 ___ changes of the articular surface"
Complete thread -- Both intercondylar notch and the patella had a cobblestone appearance ...
Complete thread -- Depakote, Ambien and s/l*Franfet* 2 mg daily.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear for #2 rotator cuff from the bursal surface did not reveal etc
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- rotator cuff from the bursal surface
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing "generalized". ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- generous?
Complete thread -- After the distal clavicle resection, the ____ bursectomy, the partial ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Therefore, a mini Mumford was performed and the inferior distal aspect ...
Complete thread -- googling comes up with a thoracalgia (see link)...would help if we had context
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- is *Thoralgia* a term? ...
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: ____ and ibuprofen. ...
Complete thread -- oh. okay. Thanks a lot to unknown helper. :) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- *though (not thought)
Complete thread -- i think you're right, "property in" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I was hearing "property". ...
Complete thread -- or maybe it's 430 (as in Route 430) and Northlake
Complete thread -- 4:30
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and hit the patient’s front passenger side. This happened at ____ in ...
Complete thread -- No, that isn't Q, but another very good helper. (just so you know)
Complete thread -- sounds like straight out to me
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Complete thread -- I splinted him straight up to help the? (not sure it makes sense)
Complete thread -- Will Farmer be okay? ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE PLAN OF CARE: I will see him back next week and will re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. I remember your bkloli by now. lol ...
Complete thread -- you covered this wav with your next one, but it sounded something like (SM
Complete thread -- splinted
Complete thread -- Sterile dressings were then applied including Xeroform, 4 x 4’s. I th ...
Complete thread -- The skin was approximated with 3-0 nylon in a horizontal mattress form ...
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Complete thread -- I straightened out the arm
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- These were removed with the rongeur. I then smoothed this area out th ...
Complete thread -- cognitively he has been" okay", maybe a little bit etc
Complete thread -- ? download software re-read (second opinion read) reloading the digital image
Complete thread -- did you figure it out?
Complete thread -- NM. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Section heading on interim summary s/l reloads imaging. TIA!
Complete thread -- Cognitively, he has been _____, maybe a little bit decreased, but nothing very...
Complete thread -- I GOT ANSWER!!
Complete thread -- I've never had Dr. B sing before, but he does crack me up quite often.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- gotta love that. thanks for reposting.
Complete thread -- LOL! it is funny because he does this for almost every report :)
Complete thread -- yep. I had one that used to repeat "hold....hold....hold...hold" forever. drove me nuts.
Complete thread -- thanks. How fun. He is probably used to a system that shuts off or
Complete thread -- LOL - sounds like he has a good personality.
Complete thread -- I reposted singing doc LOL! :)
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- me too!
Complete thread -- Sorry about that - I didn't realize I was using headphones with no mic!
Complete thread -- ahhhh...I wanna hear it!
Complete thread -- oh geeeeezzz.... it is gone, i can't hear it!
Complete thread -- yep, i hear nothing on my end either.
Complete thread -- I am not hearing anything. Did you post wav prior to posting?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- He's a pretty good singer!
Complete thread -- weaning to avoid rebound acid production _____
Complete thread -- he likes to do this ALOT lol! maybe being a doctor is what his parents wanted him to do :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- curious if anyone else has a doctor like this LOL
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation lb
Complete thread -- just realized you posted MP3. Eschar is what i hear.
Complete thread -- I remember that - great research!!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I hate string adjectives!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- eschar
Complete thread -- Note to Questyr
Complete thread -- Absolutely, I will be glad to post if I ever find out!
Complete thread -- went ahead and posted mp3
Complete thread -- I'd say comma after erythematous but not after irregular ?
Complete thread -- These are cummulative adjectives, are they not? No commas? (see message)
Complete thread -- some sort of "rough" patches?
Complete thread -- sounds like es-kor-off
Complete thread -- Rapaflo (silodosin) 8 mg. Rapaflo 4 mg.
Complete thread -- that's is what I Thouoght - will flag
Complete thread -- oh, I get it. He is probably correcting *we went ahead* to I unroofed.
Complete thread -- and I unroofed a couple of lesions
Complete thread -- hmmm...looks like that isn't it with that dosage
Complete thread -- sorry o e c m l k, looked every which way, knots, anchors, etc etc post wav?
Complete thread -- Rapaflo
Complete thread -- sounds like "I and roofed".
Complete thread -- med s/l rapid flow 0.8 mg
Complete thread -- I give up...but if you ever determine whether it is RetroScrew or Revo ____ would you
Complete thread -- Don't completely discount this suggestion...the way the
Complete thread -- I read that too "Revo knot", but he says it 4 times and definitely s/l skoey or something
Complete thread -- Thanks for input!!!
Complete thread -- tie with a Revo knot sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe that's it!! thanks to you both!!
Complete thread -- Sympathomimetic drugs mimic effects of sympathetic activation on heart and circulation
Complete thread -- Oops..no cap to mulberry (see link)
Complete thread -- ?sympathomimetic
Complete thread -- Archives show Mulberry knot associated with RetroScrew by Arthrex. Google and
Complete thread -- I dont think so, but thank you
Complete thread -- Sinus tachycardia: I beleive the patient has very high "sym-pa-tell-me-metric"
Complete thread -- No idea, but could Revo be "reverse" (just a WAG)
Complete thread -- I can't believe I missed that! Thank you both!
Complete thread -- basilar?
Complete thread -- Right shoulder ortho procedure
Complete thread -- when I google the phrase with a wildcard, it comes up with "basilar" see link
Complete thread -- ESL, s/l in a blazer distribution. sm for context please
Complete thread -- it may not be *the* answer, just offered as a consideration for further searching
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence and maybe the next sentence
Complete thread -- What wound is being closed?
Complete thread -- why? the answer was already given
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- phyllodes
Complete thread -- Wound closed in layers with Vicryl, subcu Monocryl and s/l prent-ee-on
Complete thread -- fibroid disease?
Complete thread -- What is the sentence following your s/l? I'm thinking that
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Fi-roid-eese
Complete thread -- I'd flag it or post a voice file
Complete thread -- Fluff to mt33
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it, though it really sounds like self-vivo - ESL doc. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wish we had a "like" option on the board
Complete thread -- i think you got it
Complete thread -- I see ex vivo or in vivo (wonder what was transplanted? lung, heart?)
Complete thread -- consider: ex-vivo renal transplantation
Complete thread -- you should get over that *feeling*...EVERYBODY is familar with google.com
Complete thread -- I sent to QA with a blank. I couldn't make it out. I do appreciate your help, though.
Complete thread -- I doubt it will help, but here it is.
Complete thread -- please give the list
Complete thread -- not seen on an EKG
Complete thread -- listen for interval (specifically, PR interval)
Complete thread -- stop arguing Questyr jeez
Complete thread -- self-vivo retransplantation
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr. I appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- Your s/l makes me think "aortic flow" but 210 seems to be an
Complete thread -- Fluff to nm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- EKG
Complete thread -- at their cottage in Maine to an
Complete thread -- i have no other helpful data to share...short file :)
Complete thread -- help with ortho please mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Wonder if last blank was something like "Inventory of the abdominal cavity" but
Complete thread -- only if you use it correctly...
Complete thread -- Last lines actually say: The patient had extensive adhesions. It was almost a frozen
Complete thread -- #3 superficial
Complete thread -- what?? it was meant to "help" guess your own sarcasm blinded you.
Complete thread -- eek, sorry may be mixing you up, the term paced and sensed used a lot sm,
Complete thread -- Thanks for the sarcastic response.
Complete thread -- agree A-sensed(atrial) & V-sensed(ventricular)ATP= anti-tachycardia pacing (ICD cont SM
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- ___?__ extremities
Complete thread -- I wouldn't make it plural with 3's, I'd leave it as No. 3.
Complete thread -- google.com is your friend over 300,000 hits pancreatic necroma, link
Complete thread -- Tylenol with Codeine #3 or No. 3 if client preference,(slang T3’s)
Complete thread -- Tylenol No. 3's - is this correct?
Complete thread -- I found it a few places, so I'd have gone with it too.
Complete thread -- I also found, if interested - link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I searched PubMed, which states
Complete thread -- IV antibiotics and subcutaneous heparin _______ ?
Complete thread -- pancreatic ?necroma?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- that were stuck down in the pelvis
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- of bowel that was _____ in the pelvis
Complete thread -- mucosa. Possible lesion at GE junction within a distal esophageal
Complete thread -- multi questions - please help
Complete thread -- possible lesion at GE junction _______ distal esophageal large hiatal hernia
Complete thread -- Yes, A sensing (usually they say A sensed, V paced)
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- acquiesce ?
Complete thread -- or s/l ag we es
Complete thread -- s/l aques.....The patient requested that he go to every other year followup
Complete thread -- Patient with ventricular tachycardia. Patient has an ICD.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- yeah. I was hearing something like "spitting". Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- dorsal and splitting through the EDC tendon??
Complete thread -- So sry.
Complete thread -- I think he says "to the EDC" not "through"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "At the PIP joint, came through dorsal incision through the EDC"
Complete thread -- I know. I thought he was dictating PIP by mistake first and then dicta ...
Complete thread -- Just so you know, the PIP and MCP are two different joints (see link)
Complete thread -- The arm was elevated and exsanguinated with Esmarch bandage. Tourniqu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "PIP"
Complete thread -- A dorsal incision was made over the skin and subcutaneous tissue over ...
Complete thread -- Question was answered on a thread higher up on the page.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- closed back together with 3-0
Complete thread -- We also did a methylmethacrylate cementation in a standard fashion bot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- at the time of dictation. He is to be
Complete thread -- There was good perfusion to the index finger upon tourniquet removal. ...
Complete thread -- We also did a methylmethacrylate cementation in a standard fashion bot ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- so that it could accommodate the
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- After this was done, I then used starting awls to enter the middle pha ...
Complete thread -- BTW, this link was for Maryland...other states, other entities, other variables
Complete thread -- Your question is too complex for a simple answer. See link for who and
Complete thread -- funny, when I first saw the question I thought it was about sacral spine.
Complete thread -- plse sm, questioning why/how medication order is written
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- found a cool list I just saved. see link, might be on there.
Complete thread -- wonder what they were using them for? infection, dry eyes? any clue
Complete thread -- Skip this. Am flagging. Thanks
Complete thread -- Looking for an eyedrop that sounds like sort of like pinnost
Complete thread -- I heard that too but couldn't find much.
Complete thread -- Oooh. I'm ducking and running for cover! ;)
Complete thread -- Oh...they are using a hyphen when muscle-testing is being used as
Complete thread -- see link...I see some hits are using a hyphen (muscle-testing)...but I
Complete thread -- as Rhett Butler would say....frankly my dear,... haha
Complete thread -- Could it be kinesiological muscle testing?
Complete thread -- maybe saying scalenes and serratus ??? It
Complete thread -- The first word seems to sound like it starts with kinesio (I think) Let me search a bit.
Complete thread -- WAV still here, can somebody else listen for OP (for next time or if returns r
Complete thread -- see if can hear in there scalene (muscle testing) bllurred for me tho)
Complete thread -- I can't disagree...when they use incomplete sentences, it
Complete thread -- UNLESS he meant "office visit in ..." - then one word is right.
Complete thread -- Where doc says "and catheter was irrigated", I can't help
Complete thread -- see link, page 100
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b follow up (2 words) as it is used as a verb
Complete thread -- ugh - sorry
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I don't hear that at all (and would think that'd be more to do with incontinence anyway)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- Yes. See Link...(I put in the last 2 tests and your s/l was with them)
Complete thread -- possibly "sneeze, laugh, cough"
Complete thread -- Yes. See this dictionary there for 'thereto'
Complete thread -- pain is posterolateral left to mid thigh level but *not distal there too*.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- strength of 60 pounds. _____ muscle testing revealed
Complete thread -- He had negative *Milgram’s* , negative Yeoman’s and negative
Complete thread -- in this case, it's short for juxta-anastomotic region
Complete thread -- wait for someone with better hearing.
Complete thread -- ?? root?? as in cervical nerve root compression test (what I found on googling)
Complete thread -- Maximum cervical _________ compression test on the right
Complete thread -- Seidel
Complete thread -- I'd capitalize that, see link
Complete thread -- thanks, I will flag the "mg" part.
Complete thread -- I've always put it as S1, S2. S1-S2 reminds me of sacral spine?
Complete thread -- mg is wrong. I think I'd flag the mg part.
Complete thread -- (Mix 25) is a premixed insulin mixture of 25% lispro and 75% neutral protamine lispro (so
Complete thread -- The patient is on Humalog Mix 25 mg b.i.d. Isn't the dose missing here? sm
Complete thread -- they are 2 different sounds so probably should have a comma
Complete thread -- got this one - lubricant drops
Complete thread -- ok, thank you. It was "CVS: S one S two regular rate and rhythm."
Complete thread -- how is it said? (need full sentence)...if speaking in general, there isn't a "most
Complete thread -- Needs to be followed in medical consult to...followup in 10-8 days??
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- junction? juxta doesn't make sense at all to me, not even as a short form, in the context
Complete thread -- posey jacket, nice way to say straight jacket, keeps pt's arms tied
Complete thread -- I see: "S1-S2"and "S1 and S2" and "S1, S2" is there a most acceptable form?
Complete thread -- she was in a *posey*. She was anxious.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- followed, _____ to further adjust insulin accordingly, ____ to initiate Eliquis
Complete thread -- viewS demonstrate AP view(with no S here) demonstrates
Complete thread -- You have to know the subject of the sentence, which in this case
Complete thread -- How do I know when I need to add s onto demonstrate or demonstrates?
Complete thread -- balloon was lubricated and
Complete thread -- eye exam
Complete thread -- way Foley with 30 cc __________ placed into the urethra
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- sounds like lu-mis
Complete thread -- they don't alway use complete sentences, just means close to the vein of anastomosis
Complete thread -- or plain old Chemstix
Complete thread -- bravo. I could not make out a thing.
Complete thread -- try something like Chem-Stix (for diabetes)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I just don't like the way he is using it like it's a noun, so I wanted
Complete thread -- sounds like dialysis pt? juxta meaning near, nearby, close, side-by-side
Complete thread -- I hear "slightly lichenified and slightly scaling"
Complete thread -- s/l juxta - Thanks
Complete thread -- forgot source, drugs.com wildcard search *stick"
Complete thread -- guess, found Kerastick, but unless skin lesions mentioned, would not use
Complete thread -- approximately 0.5 cm irregularly shaped patch of erythema which is slightly _____ and
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- morphine p.r.n. for pain, atenolol 25 mg daily, and *kimstick* with coverage.
Complete thread -- I hear notable.
Complete thread -- On the left eye, she does have some _______ conjunctival
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- I'm finding Emergen-C is hyphenated.
Complete thread -- Zicam
Complete thread -- She has also started using ______ and Emergen C. (s/l Zy-tam)
Complete thread -- thank you. That is what I was hearing, though unsure.
Complete thread -- linear
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- was a little bit of a fluke.
Complete thread -- yesterday’s reading was little bit _______. There is no history
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l 73 but....
Complete thread -- as good as shape for future treatments?
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- This is one of those that I would just flag and move on
Complete thread -- blood pressure 170/______, pulse 70.
Complete thread -- and ambulate to stay in _____ shape future treatments
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ipilimumab (chemo for melanoma)
Complete thread -- Cant get this one at all. Don't think he can pronounce it right either. I looked through
Complete thread -- I think she needs to be referred to a major
Complete thread -- medications include ________Ativan
Complete thread -- which has not been helped. _________ to a major tertiary
Complete thread -- or a quesadilla
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Breakfast is a ham and cheese sandwich ____. ...
Complete thread -- check dictionary.com cant - a slanting or tilted position
Complete thread -- She has had a history of a nasal fracture. She has got a *Cant* to th ...
Complete thread -- THANKS! I'll listen again for that!
Complete thread -- Cranial nerves intact?
Complete thread -- ESL - Pt has tremors
Complete thread -- the patient marks yes to cramps or spasm and he reads it that way.
Complete thread -- he is reading from a questionnaire given to the patient, though I agree with you.
Complete thread -- Don't know your s/l, but it seems there might be an error
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- parkinson
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- To clarify, risk stratifying calculator pressures.
Complete thread -- risk stratifying pressures.
Complete thread -- I listened again and still hear impression in there, but it is a bad sound file and you
Complete thread -- I don't hear impression, I hear "such as"
Complete thread -- thanks