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Complete thread -- wow, that is crazy that they dont want their site mentioned other places either lol
Complete thread -- It goes way back in history, lol. For some reason
Complete thread -- I have. I was just wondering what the "other page" referred to when mentioned on the
Complete thread -- No idea. If you page way down on this board, they are a whole bunch
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Patient has continuous s/l throat-ate-or-ee movement of the lips TIA!
Complete thread -- Think I'll blank it and see what QA says. Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- (archives from other MTs' work, not necessarily correct)
Complete thread -- Me neither, except the account's archived reports. I'm saying I don't want to assume
Complete thread -- I can't find it in all caps anywhere?
Complete thread -- I don't find any verification is an acronym, so I would not cap it.
Complete thread -- OK, but the archives have it all caps implying an abbreviation, but can't find for what?
Complete thread -- I'd put step protocol - see links from google.
Complete thread -- Sigmoid colectomy, "Patient prepped and draped. *step* protocol completed."
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ??? anyone?
Complete thread -- off what we presumed was the
Complete thread -- A Wavy grasper was introduced and we attempted to sweep the omentum of ...
Complete thread -- Cardiac cath and coronary angiography showed s/l bell's coronary artery. TIA!
Complete thread -- thick viscid stool?
Complete thread -- viscous?
Complete thread -- Colonscopy prep inadequate due to "thick vess-ed" stool throughout
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- symptoms worsened over time
Complete thread -- essential hypertension?
Complete thread -- She previously had a transabdominal hysterectomy and these symptoms we ...
Complete thread -- what is the "other" MT website when mentioned on mtstars board? They only state that
Complete thread -- Cardiogenic shock ______ hypotensions secondary to complete heart block.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- got it, it's sewing ring
Complete thread -- can you hear "sewing ring"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- allowing for perfusion.
Complete thread -- was released along *fluroperfusion* of the heart.
Complete thread -- The valve sutures were placed through the *salt* ring of the valve and the valve
Complete thread -- perseverating?
Complete thread -- definitely not either of those. I think I will give him a blank. Think he is saying sm
Complete thread -- reciprocating?
Complete thread -- perseverative?
Complete thread -- Mental status exam: Thought process was s/l perceperating.
Complete thread -- Thanks taco.
Complete thread -- meantime ?
Complete thread -- treated with p.o. prednisone for the possible diagnosis of temporal arteriris in sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wanted to make sure I did not miss part of it.
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest a recast as well - like help her to become euvolemic.
Complete thread -- who has started to have her care at older adult clinic (?)
Complete thread -- Ok after 3 tries it is finally there.
Complete thread -- I just changed to "help with her volume overload. :)
Complete thread -- old wav is still there, and yours isn't.
Complete thread -- would not reapproximate
Complete thread -- The patient is a very pleasant 87-year-old patient who _____ to have her care at sm
Complete thread -- Got it! MMSA pneumonia .
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l emesessing pneumonia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- pls ignore typos
Complete thread -- fascia without ________, therefore, requiring
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yes, doughnuts (google anastomosis doughnuts for more info on what it means)
Complete thread -- Both *doughnuts* were completely intact
Complete thread -- best fit...thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- roots? (babies have a "rooting" reflex)
Complete thread -- He _____ with a sucking reflex to fingers (infant, s/l ruts) ...
Complete thread -- I think it is "PDS II loop suture" <-- googled in quotes it gets 92 hits.
Complete thread -- witzeled (google Witzel jejunostomy for more info - making it into a verb, so no cap)
Complete thread -- fascia with running #1 PDS __________ loop suture and as
Complete thread -- I then *whit soled* the feeding jejunostomy onto the jejunum with interrupted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- tagged ? tendon in the
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT SMALL FINGER FLEXOR TENDON INJURY. ...
Complete thread -- An incision was then made in the forearm to identify the proximal end ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- vessels for a short distance. Hydrocele...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT INGUINAL HERNIA, RIGHT UNDESCENDED TE ...
Complete thread -- strip - a relatively long, flat, narrow piece of something
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- glenosphere
Complete thread -- stripe? (have to check dictionary to see if strip...what I hear...fits)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- fat strip
Complete thread -- A 4.5 mm screw, 33 mm in length, was inserted at the superior drill ho ...
Complete thread -- Using a curved Mayo, small medial subcutaneous flap was used to expose ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. flagging it.
Complete thread -- nothing I hear makes sense...sloped? float?
Complete thread -- At this point, all sponge, needle, and instrument counts were confirme ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- VAC.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: STAGE 4 SACRAL DECUBITUS ULCER. Proc ...
Complete thread -- IVF case: They had 20-25 euploid predicted by s/l Monet
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Full flexion of the finger was necessary to locate the distal ends of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- count on all
Complete thread -- At the termination of the case, there was correct _____ equipment. Th ...
Complete thread -- Awesome! I had almost turned it in as 'Expand'. Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- I find "Xpand" an iris speculum (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- SCALD BURNS
Complete thread -- I cannot confirm Expand they way I spell it. Can anyone help?
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: BILATERAL DORSAL FOOT _____. Procedu ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think it is epimacular proliferation (EMP). Thanks
Complete thread -- Blank may be an acronym. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That's actually exactly what I've been getting on my computer after
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I hear a stumble, then 225 cc
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: General anesthesia. IN’S AND OUT’S: 800 cc in ___ ...
Complete thread -- Oops I meant to post this directly under the OP's question.
Complete thread -- Another possibility
Complete thread -- One possibility...
Complete thread -- Do these sentences look proper for punctuation?
Complete thread -- yep, those are 3 different things.
Complete thread -- CULTURES: Right sphenoid: Aerobic, AFB, fungus. Commas correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tHANK YOU.
Complete thread -- I'd favor medial
Complete thread -- meatal or medial?
Complete thread -- Hello. I posted an mp3 now. Thanks
Complete thread -- intermediate?
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: s/l im-vee of the right eye. Not sure if that is an acronym?
Complete thread -- ear showed normal auricle. However, she does have a small S/L "immediate" opening.
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob. I kept hearing high paresis too.
Complete thread -- nevermind, on 7th listen, you are right.
Complete thread -- I sure don't hear that. I hear "high paresis or hyparesis" ??
Complete thread -- Whoa... tell him that is not a word?
Complete thread -- hemiparesis.
Complete thread -- There is a spastic _____ of the right arm and right leg. ~
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks will listen for both
Complete thread -- or just Breo?
Complete thread -- Breo Ellipta?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- patient has bronchitis/sinusitis and has been on s/l brielle rx
Complete thread -- significant.
Complete thread -- Posteriorly there were some osteophytes which were drilled away with a 3 mm sm
Complete thread -- sounds okay- google the phrase obliterative peripheral vascular disease.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Severe s/l obliterative peripheral vascular disease status post
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- still hearing old MP3?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- please ignore parentheses
Complete thread -- hips?? to the knees?
Complete thread -- common femoral arteries _______ vessel loops
Complete thread -- ChloraPrep was used to prep the patient _______.
Complete thread -- ______ at his umbilicus (a couple of little words anyway)
Complete thread -- speaking of Donald - has anyone seen vlad around lately?
Complete thread -- Ive tried & tried, and thought I heard no umbilicus, but... no.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The gallbladder was grasped and the fundus retracted cephalad.
Complete thread -- He was noted to have ______ umbilicus and through that incision
Complete thread -- acutely inflamed. _______. The gallbladder was grasped
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- medial entrance wound
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The peritoneal cavity was at the superior pole of the incision just su ...
Complete thread -- medial? entrances
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE ABDOMEN. Proced ...
Complete thread -- slowly enlarging.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- electricity -- also do you see that plural arms where it should be
Complete thread -- This is a 25-year-old male with a two-year history of a slowly-enlargi ...
Complete thread -- I also think she said "I had", not "we"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- 1. nicked the skin?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- had previously anesthetized (no "a")
Complete thread -- 2. combining
Complete thread -- Multiple large biopsies were taken under thoracoscopic vision. We bro ...
Complete thread -- Bruxism and some s/l*subnilokia* - Obstructive sleep apnea
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- AT (anterior tibial?)
Complete thread -- peg and dowel (NOT PEG)
Complete thread -- The decision was made at that time to proceed with exposure of our ant ...
Complete thread -- The fibula model was brought onto the field to demonstrate the depth a ...
Complete thread -- I can only hear the old mp3.
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks to anyone who tried.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- I can't get it
Complete thread -- wav is for above post
Complete thread -- The left side was noted to have significantly more adhesive disease be ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: SYMPTOMATIC FIBROID UTERUS. Procedur ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- flexion/abduction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- mine is working too. It has been finicky at times. I wish I could check on my iphone but
Complete thread -- by sitting the arms across the chest
Complete thread -- flexion abduction
Complete thread -- The baby was delivered breech via usual maneuvers involving first deli ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Can't get the blank, but I would cap Urology
Complete thread -- in several locations
Complete thread -- The peritoneum was entered sharply and extended superiorly and inferio ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 36-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 4, PARA 2-0-1-2 AT 35 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- order
Complete thread -- Cholangiogram showed good flow of bile into the duodenum. It showed a ...
Complete thread -- was imaged and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- _______ midline mass No reported history.... possible thyroid tissue
Complete thread -- OK, I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- Your M3P only has about 10 words. Doesn't match text above.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: THYROGLOSSAL DUCT CYST. Procedure: ...
Complete thread -- The articular cartilage and medial meniscus were normal. The notch ______ from sm
Complete thread -- Dang, I guess it is just me then.
Complete thread -- Mine is working.
Complete thread -- I hope you're right, I fear you're wrong. Only time will tell.
Complete thread -- Anyone else at SS not able to get into the email system
Complete thread -- That must be it! This is a NJ doc..
Complete thread -- there is a Medemerge in NJ (just in case)
Complete thread -- How would you write "med-emerg" as in-
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- oh yeah! Thanks ray
Complete thread -- lesions are poorly seen on today's...
Complete thread -- hahaha, I beat Hillary and will make the country great again!!!
Complete thread -- thanks for listening
Complete thread -- I hear it, but darned if I know what he's saying. I thought "barely" but... nope.
Complete thread -- posted to mp4 also if that helps
Complete thread -- I hear it
Complete thread -- dont know if just me, but I do not hear anything on MP3. Did you post MP3 before text?
Complete thread -- I went with no caps. If this is wrong, please correct for archives. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...right ninth rib and mid seventh rib. These lesions are ________ se ...
Complete thread -- I have found this information (see inside) but I (sm)
Complete thread -- Patient is status post BKA.
Complete thread -- Pediatric Symptom Checklist, unsure if this should be capped or not
Complete thread -- in the setting of?
Complete thread -- Cardiogenic shock in ______ with severe aortic stenosis and cardiomyopathy.
Complete thread -- Thank you. It was refused intravenous access. Appreciate the help so much.
Complete thread -- refused attempted? venous access?? ...okay, enough already poi haha
Complete thread -- 1. with concern for extravasation 2. refused intravenous access?
Complete thread -- 2. refused something
Complete thread -- first is This was stopped with extravasation. can't get the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- She came to the emergency department and found to be significantly hypotensive, sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!~ nm
Complete thread -- 2nd option
Complete thread -- Do I need commas?
Complete thread -- this page doesn't catch spelling errors. :)
Complete thread -- did not think that angioplasty would appropriately extend...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- 1. consider??? I also think she said extend not distend
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- (correction)used here as the lesion... 3. We would
Complete thread -- A stent was used as the lesion was noted to be heavily calcified and w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- TrailBlazer™...2. With the TrailBlazer catheter in place,
Complete thread -- The Glidewire was easily passed into the SFA. The Glide catheter was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- dura was flapped forward?
Complete thread -- The old durotomy was opened with a #11 blade and Penfield pickups and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- coiling of the residual
Complete thread -- coiling the residual
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The patient then underwent subsequent angiograms which showed persiste ...
Complete thread -- see google examples link
Complete thread -- Either greensticked or greenstick'd (the apostrophe is used to replace
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- was brought out to... 2nd is retragrade to the
Complete thread -- 1. periosteum?
Complete thread -- This was greenstick’ed manually. Under fluoroscopic guidance, the fra ...
Complete thread -- 2nd is "both"
Complete thread -- The periosteum was incised sharply using a #15 blade and elevated circ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- wound with subdermal stitches using Quill
Complete thread -- We then reapproximated the wound subdermal using _____ in a running fa ...
Complete thread -- maybe just saying pubis?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- pubic symphysis to the??
Complete thread -- two-thirds away from the
Complete thread -- Both the groin and the right axilla were prepped and draped in the usu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both
Complete thread -- at 1 times
Complete thread -- at 1x
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. he also dictated January above in report. I kept hearing in genu which made
Complete thread -- #2 knot were taken out posterior
Complete thread -- 3. IV fluids ____ maintenance for now (normal saline preferred due to hyponatremia)
Complete thread -- #1: in January?
Complete thread -- The fascia was retracted anteriorly and the mesh medially in order to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- was lax enough
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: INFECTED MESH. Procedure: EXPLORA ...
Complete thread -- Yes, pretty sure!
Complete thread -- coelomic cavity?
Complete thread -- e could achieve visualization of the s/L*sulomic* cavity.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- nevermind...Using it in place of the name. I get it now.
Complete thread -- just curious, technically why?
Complete thread -- Mom technically should, but I usually get around it by using
Complete thread -- I wouldn't worry too much - I've done reports on about a dozen kids with that first name
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- ADMIN - PLEASE DELETE PREVIOUS POST, SHOULD NOT CONTAIN NAME. THANK YOU
Complete thread -- See message; should dad or mom be caps?
Complete thread -- I don't have a QA, just the doctors, and they leave what I consider
Complete thread -- I don't know how much longer I can last with QA leaving nonsensical things in reports
Complete thread -- Thanks taco
Complete thread -- patency of the major
Complete thread -- The MRA was done of the brain and ______ intracranial vessels without occlussion sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- Yes! I just found it. Thanks!!! Need more coffee. :)
Complete thread -- shunting?
Complete thread -- Pt to have tethered cord release. MD is going to hold on "shunning" the
Complete thread -- got it, sorry
Complete thread -- has a main role in __ next August 2017 at school, so i
Complete thread -- I think you might have got it, poi. I can sort of hear that now too.
Complete thread -- Found it! Nontraumatic spinal cord injury/disease (T must be the level).
Complete thread -- at its infundibulum?
Complete thread -- 5s? (5 mm ports?)
Complete thread -- went in and the supraumbilical
Complete thread -- sorry, just saw you already had this.
Complete thread -- ..gallbladder was grasped, retracted cephalad..
Complete thread -- don't know your blank, but first sentence is "gallbladder was *inspected*" (not dissected)
Complete thread -- I cannot document this classification. Can someone help me. Thanks! (see inside)
Complete thread -- abdominal cavity initially and _______ utilized. All ports
Complete thread -- with the 11-mm port _____ in the supraumbilical region
Complete thread -- gallbladder was grasped ______ and retracted anterolaterally
Complete thread -- Um kay. Random message number You have the power!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 2. she corrects herself, "left was up, we turned" (though not sure since she yawned)
Complete thread -- 1. vein. On the way up,
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ANTERIOR MEDIASTINAL MASS. Procedure ...
Complete thread -- We began on the left side taking down the inferior horn extending into ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- life expectancy
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- old file still there.
Complete thread -- She is otherwise healthy and her metastatic breast cancer has a _____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- as well as
Complete thread -- The care of the patient was turned over to the Anesthesia team where g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- a current BMI
Complete thread -- The patient reports that her weight has remained stable; however, it w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- me either. I hear leg :)
Complete thread -- The patient has a left heel ulcer but i just cannot hear heel.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me
Complete thread -- leg?
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in supine position. The foot, ankle, and _____?? was prepped
Complete thread -- Just got this one.
Complete thread -- He is doing quite well and I will _____also for changing the dressings on that.
Complete thread -- ... volume in the facet... does this sound right (volume?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- antibiotics added to the cement?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- sent to the stent ???
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to creation of the antibiotic beads. After ...
Complete thread -- thanks. thought of that but didn't see why she would say it - she's never dictated times
Complete thread -- the time. military time?
Complete thread -- what does this mean?
Complete thread -- OMG thanks. At least now I know part of what he was saying.
Complete thread -- yep it's still there. I already sent report in but would love to know what the heck he sm
Complete thread -- i hear Flor Essence tea and maybe glutathion in there but check
Complete thread -- Sorry, must be me. Not able to access it, just an older one.
Complete thread -- It's there. Took a while to load.
Complete thread -- could you repost? Wave doesn't match.
Complete thread -- Medications she is on: alpha lipoeic acid, vitamin D, ____, _______, ______, _____ sm
Complete thread -- yeah, sorry, that was a typo. meant periodic. thanks
Complete thread -- Well, QA left it as left foot. I was just curious what others would think. Thanks!
Complete thread -- If you can edit, I would probably just put "on the left" and leave out the word "foot"
Complete thread -- I believe the OP's question is regarding "foot" as gastrocnemius is not in the foot.
Complete thread -- Of the foot?
Complete thread -- makes sense, dictator slanging gastrocnemius atrophy sm
Complete thread -- On the left foot, the patient had gastroc atrophy. Left leg/left lower extremity?
Complete thread -- After discussion with the patient's power of eternity, consent was obtained!
Complete thread -- oh, doh, you had periodic, not period, in your original post. I'm hearing "as well as" too
Complete thread -- periodic. google in quotes: "hypokalemic * paralysis"
Complete thread -- She's not saying that - it's hypokalemic period paralysis. She dictates that several
Complete thread -- Yes, paralysis is in my post. thanks for trying
Complete thread -- maybe, if she's garbling it badly. thanks
Complete thread -- as well as? (I don't hear hypercholesterol in there, fwiw)
Complete thread -- Google hypercholesterol paralysis
Complete thread -- thought I heard paralysis after the blank? No idea. Sorry.
Complete thread -- She has a history of Graves disease and hyperthyroidism and ____ hypokalemic periodic
Complete thread -- thanks, that's what I heard too
Complete thread -- She presented with (she started to say "she had" but changes it)
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- She had ___ with lateral leg weakness after working out.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- or under watch
Complete thread -- under the watch
Complete thread -- The patient is to remain intubated in PACU _____ with the Anesthesia t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- transfer center called to Bellevue and...
Complete thread -- The patient was initially seen in Hackensack Hospital in New Jersey. ...
Complete thread -- many thanks!
Complete thread -- EMR -- not many MTs around anymore. This was a very lively place
Complete thread -- direct
Complete thread -- X sometimes feels a need to have a bowel moment when he has the abdominal pain,
Complete thread -- Why is this board so quiet lately? I remember there being dozens of posts every day,
Complete thread -- Restuvus board is back up.
Complete thread -- I just typed in a message number at random. It's actually a reply to a message from me.
Complete thread -- That message in your link is 2-1/2 years old, posted by you, strange
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- A VeraFlo™
Complete thread -- After irrigation, the ulcer appeared to be clean, again with healthy m ...
Complete thread -- you're quite welcome
Complete thread -- She's been working on this for almost 2 months. Give her some respect
Complete thread -- nice!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- MRSA infection? (s/l mersa infection)
Complete thread -- s/l merson fix - patient with heart murmur
Complete thread -- There is an app called Lifeguard for suicide prevention
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- bright
Complete thread -- The MRI shows evidence of a small left middle cerebral distribution stroke on the
Complete thread -- the main page has been down all day SM
Complete thread -- Yes, the page just doesn't open for me.
Complete thread -- Anyone else having trouble accessing Restuvus?
Complete thread -- Mild colitis with scant s/l* azito and banana* changes on colonoscopy
Complete thread -- agree. color me conflusi
Complete thread -- yo, darlene, where ya been?
Complete thread -- exactly what is it you are sharing/helping?
Complete thread -- It works better if more info posted, i.e., title of procedure sm
Complete thread -- Telfa versus Teflon tape ˇę (YES) sharing-helping (for future) sm
Complete thread -- agree fauna and flora, yep
Complete thread -- FDA Vivlodex osteoarthritis sm
Complete thread -- I think finder's needle sm ***
Complete thread -- finder needle
Complete thread -- Triple lumen catheter procedure - wire was passed through the s/l finder
Complete thread -- wrist surgery with s/l sepervine use
Complete thread -- yeah, you often hear fauna (animals) and flora (plants) together
Complete thread -- I found fauna which brings me back to flora, so I'm thinking it has to be.
Complete thread -- hmmm, sort of contradictory there. May mean flora instead?
Complete thread -- He has been stuck there by multiple thorns and other kinds of plant *fana*
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- rub off our marks
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Prior to prepping and in the operating room while the patient was stan ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: SENSORY EXOTROPIA. Procedure: LEF ...
Complete thread -- After induction of general anesthesia, the patient was prepped and dra ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- starting (with a stutter)
Complete thread -- I think he is saying flange. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The hernia was large and extending into his scrotum. The patient states sm
Complete thread -- Patient with a greater tuberosity fracture after
Complete thread -- welcome. I actually typed exactly what Lo typed ("disordered??") and then deleted it.
Complete thread -- thanks for the input taco
Complete thread -- I was trying to choose between distorted and disordered (which was also my first thought)
Complete thread -- We will perform an upper endoscopy with s/l "elithiative" GA/MAC
Complete thread -- that's what it sounds like to me too, but???
Complete thread -- disordered ??
Complete thread -- She notes that she simply gets irritation, discomfort, and she feels a ...
Complete thread -- Got this. It was a Lusk probe.
Complete thread -- At this point the uncinate and middle meatal poyps were injected with sm
Complete thread -- Oops hit the button too son
Complete thread -- The unicinate and medial mea
Complete thread -- Thanks poi
Complete thread -- Zero-degree telescope
Complete thread -- The patient was prepped and draped in the normal sterile fashion. sm
Complete thread -- thanks, Lo. I did go with AliveCor even though I could clearly hear "liFe"
Complete thread -- Got one part...
Complete thread -- Monitoring...dictator chews up words
Complete thread -- Bedridden
Complete thread -- Frailty comes before the S/L ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- well, life and alive sorta sound alike. I find the AliveCor too, not the other.
Complete thread -- what comes before your s/l?
Complete thread -- volume (would fit nicely in your blank, but it would be inTRAvascularly volume depleted)
Complete thread -- Quadriplegia
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- Tachypnea
Complete thread -- calor, rubor, or exudate ???
Complete thread -- PEG
Complete thread -- is there a "LifeCor" phone app? Doc says "lifecor" but all I find is "AliveCor"
Complete thread -- oops... it is also called a Grashey view
Complete thread -- that is correct. (
Complete thread -- ahhh - I can buy that. I thought I heard "and splayed laterally"
Complete thread -- the buttocks were retracted slightly laterally
Complete thread -- is this a correction? AP, true AP
Complete thread -- and ___ using silk tape as a retractor (can't get that blank part, maybe someone else can)
Complete thread -- issues and
Complete thread -- The patient was then positioned prone with all the pressure points app ...
Complete thread -- All questions had been answered. The risks, benefits, and alternative ...
Complete thread -- gentle is usually what I hear in this context
Complete thread -- General or gentle
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- cease?
Complete thread -- This was decorticated using a rongeur dorsally to stimulate new bone g ...
Complete thread -- Approximately 4 cm longitudinal incision over the metacarpal was incis ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- redraped.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: DIFFICULTY BREATHING FROM THE LEFT NOSTRIL. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 2. Daflon
Complete thread -- 1. Thai
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: HEMORRHOIDS AND ANAL SKIN TAG. Proce ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! I would not have figured that out.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- My Saldanha retractor
Complete thread -- I came up with nothing - sorry
Complete thread -- It should be there now. Thanks
Complete thread -- ditto that
Complete thread -- oxazolidinone maybe (badly mispronounced) (Linezolid)
Complete thread -- This drained freely
Complete thread -- I still hear old mp3
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob
Complete thread -- ... Using _______ retractor..
Complete thread -- (for these) reasons we are going...
Complete thread -- Infectious Disease recommended 6 weeks of s/l ox-as-uh-deen. TIA!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I just posted my mp 3 since I did not see yours still waiting for an answer. Please
Complete thread -- ... her flanks. _____ going to perform liposuction and abdominoplasty.
Complete thread -- s/l Mysal Donya retractor for abdominoplasty.
Complete thread -- The pericardium was incised and about 400 cc of clear fluid were evacu ...
Complete thread -- He also was negative for ____ syndrome.
Complete thread -- displaced ? catheter, tunnel infection
Complete thread -- Patient with a PleurX catheter. The patient was brought back on 09/28 for sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Ionis Pharmaceuticals holds clnical trials, maybe check there?
Complete thread -- s/l eye - OH - nus trial. patient with SMA1
Complete thread -- we followed this plane between the septum.... Etc
Complete thread -- comma between metanephrine and catecholamine, in my opinion
Complete thread -- rotator cuff repair, sm for context plse
Complete thread -- How would you type? "plasma fractionated metanephrine catecholamine"
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear that now. I wonder if sentence makes sense though?
Complete thread -- was?
Complete thread -- .....and further retrieval of the cyst _____ debrided here.
Complete thread -- 1. went into 2 bag mask ventilated
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- membrane, the patient _______ laryngospasm and the patient was _______ without any is
Complete thread -- able to be visualized. We ________ lifting between the septum
Complete thread -- then, Restylane will not fit there. Sorry, can't come up with anything more.
Complete thread -- Yes, but this is a breast reconstruction with fat-grafting. ?"an area cut out" ?
Complete thread -- could be - Restylane is used to treat moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds.
Complete thread -- Restalant foam? Restylane? Plastic surgeon dictation. sm
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Our Anesthesia colleagues provided some sedation, and _____ arms were ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- filling?
Complete thread -- Single-vessel runoff in the right foot via the peroneal artery, which ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The bilateral aortoiliac segments were widely patent. Right common fe ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RESPIRATORY FAILURE. Procedure: T ...
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: Additionally, I will order...
Complete thread -- I think the patient would benefit from an endocrinology consult with consideration sm
Complete thread -- suppository?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is how it shows in the AAMT Book of Style.
Complete thread -- This is in the context of dressing with 4 x 4's
Complete thread -- 4 x 4's do you use the apostrophe there?
Complete thread -- yep. a.k.a., "get out of my emergency room" (see link)
Complete thread -- Questran?
Complete thread -- He was started on a daily bowel program of s/l spostran in the morning.
Complete thread -- just giving a definition, not saying it fits here
Complete thread -- gomer - (used mainly by doctors) a troublesome patient, especially an elderly or homeless.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- ditto - maybe he just wants an "x" like a blank for him to fill it in later?
Complete thread -- i thought i heard that too but what does that mean?
Complete thread -- X is what I hear??
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- Her QRS duration is ___ msec.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- slough
Complete thread -- Thanks bkloli. I have never heard that one before. Learn something new every day.
Complete thread -- There is a linear echogenic structure within the gallbladder which may be due to sm
Complete thread -- In other words, a "total mess" (at least in my area) :)
Complete thread -- He is saying ECGs.
Complete thread -- that's what it sounded like to me too, but what the heck is a "gom"?
Complete thread -- What dos a gom mean. I cannot find anything on it.
Complete thread -- No could not make out the doc's name.
Complete thread -- all that comes to mind is serial EKGs.
Complete thread -- "for a gom" ?? (common term here in the south, but not 100% sure that is what was said.
Complete thread -- Serial *S E Gs*.
Complete thread -- all I can get is "quote-unquote" (do you know what kind of doctor Dr. ** is?)
Complete thread -- The patient apparently had gone and seen Dr. ** yesterday to evaluate her _______. sm
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- rectus muscle sheath?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- which would require her to miss several days of school with each bout...
Complete thread -- yes - sometimes they wait to do reconstruction in a later procedure, sometimes immediate.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE COURSE: This is a 12-year-old female with episodes of re ...
Complete thread -- the clavicle, __________ sternum and latissimus dorsi
Complete thread -- s/l *immediate* expander saline implant reconstruction
Complete thread -- ok thanks so much
Complete thread -- i see where the tip of the drainage tube has a plastic sleeve, so that is probably right.
Complete thread -- s/l *PleurX sleeve*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- direct into ?
Complete thread -- hand was then entered_______ to the uterine cavity
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- for example:
Complete thread -- actually, delete that "almost." it totally can metastasize to *anywhere.*
Complete thread -- yes, there can be a breast cancer *primary* site that metastasizes to almost anywhere else
Complete thread -- I can't believe my ears.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- pleural peel (on? along? )
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LOCULATED PLEURAL FLUID COLLECTION, STATUS ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- not sure about the "site snared"
Complete thread -- sorry, TEE
Complete thread -- I think I hear TEE (transesophageal echocardiography)
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Complete thread -- TE?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
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Complete thread -- The patient was then weaned from cardiopulmonary bypass without inotro ...
Complete thread -- checking anesthsia every 15 minutes, goal ____
Complete thread -- "in" the way of (not "im")
Complete thread -- withdrawal of much im the way of any additional
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- We then re-clamped the common femoral proximally and then attempted to ...
Complete thread -- We identified the common femoral artery, circumferentially dissected t ...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- He was seen at Stanford for ___________and was advised to start gettin ...
Complete thread -- bleed and had good purchase
Complete thread -- Initial medialization followed by sequential reaming was performed. The 47 reamer sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I hate when they say cough is yellow color. What, does it come out as a vapor? :)
Complete thread -- Endocrine (if that's a possibility in your ROS system)
Complete thread -- which ROS header would you put polycystic ovarian disease under?
Complete thread -- Thanks again. All I was coming up with was related to lupus, secondary to lupus. LOL
Complete thread -- attributed to lupus
Complete thread -- History of costochondritis and pericarditis in August of last year ____ to lupus.
Complete thread -- Thanks taco. I hear that now.
Complete thread -- cough, yellow color, for the past... (that's what I hear - meaning sputum is yellow?)
Complete thread -- Productive cough _____ of the past 2 to 3 days with worsening back pain and pleuritic
Complete thread -- thanks taco!
Complete thread -- a mild area of focal bronchiectasis
Complete thread -- There is mild interstitial infiltrate noted in the right upper lobe. There is sm
Complete thread -- my typo...I find an (not in) iMedConsent
Complete thread -- Good suggestion....see link
Complete thread -- Hewson and Hughston from Stedman's Ortho
Complete thread -- Hewson ?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ohhh maybe
Complete thread -- thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- I find a Hughston wire passer (see patellar tendon avulsion description link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "with alcohol and ChloraPrep, taped and then draped" ???
Complete thread -- now and then?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "and pain"?
Complete thread -- s/l husen needle
Complete thread -- s/l chloraprep tape
Complete thread -- As with the right side, this causes her discomfort ____
Complete thread -- Yeah that's the part i was not sure off. Just sent it in. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear multiple but there is another word before it. ?
Complete thread -- He is known to have ascites. He had ____ paracentesis in the past.
Complete thread -- I find in iMedConsent (see link)
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, in the sleep position.
Complete thread -- internal rotation in the *position of sleep*. Further irrigation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2. The direct bilirubin was elevated at 0.3 mg%?
Complete thread -- both returned as
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- These _______ negative for carcinoma.
Complete thread -- surgical * I met* consent was signed
Complete thread -- which was ______ 28 mg%. ________ was 11 and 0.3 mg%
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Knee films
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- Two questions
Complete thread -- crisp *metallic* opening and closing aortic prosthetic sounds
Complete thread -- Strep bovis sepsis. He had no endocarditis ______. He comes in with fever again
Complete thread -- I hear "has history of diabetes mellitus, Addison disease, and ...
Complete thread -- He has had ______ disease and had aortic valve replacemen
Complete thread -- my morning ears think he said paraspinous stripe flattening, but will
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- I hear a stutter than he says flattening.
Complete thread -- white out or whiteout.
Complete thread -- This is a 52-year-old male admitted to the trauma team as level 2 acti ...
Complete thread -- The remainder of the study shows no evidence of paraspinous _______. ...
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- ???double arch???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
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Complete thread -- freely through the?? heart was directly (not likely)
Complete thread -- About 400 cc of cold blood was instilled into the Bentley needle and a ...
Complete thread -- No rib fracture. No ___________. Exam within normal limits.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- with a?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- a fall in? cardiac dilatation, not chronic
Complete thread -- In view of these findings, he was advised to undergo aortic valve repl ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 59-year-old patient, who has been aware ...
Complete thread -- prosthetic ?
Complete thread -- Patella
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was seen. The 12 mm port was removed"
Complete thread -- Both staple lines were confirmed intact and hemostatic. There were no ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- nevermind. will send for double check.
Complete thread -- ______ the abdomen
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- felt fine??
Complete thread -- Once hemostasis was achieved and we did not see any evidence of injury ...
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Complete thread -- #1. and so far it is??
Complete thread -- #2. He was taken to the operating room
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Complete thread -- We divided the falciform ligament and did not notice any bleeding arou ...
Complete thread -- 2. packing first from the right lower, then left
Complete thread -- 1. pad and wrapped it around the small bowel.
Complete thread -- There was no bile or blood noted when we entered the abdomen. We star ...
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR SURGERY: This is a 32-year-old male who was shot twic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "cut down complete"
Complete thread -- NOTE: s/b re-marked (not remarked) as each has a different meaning
Complete thread -- We then remarked our upper border incision and made our incision again ...
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Complete thread -- Attention was then...attempts to find the terminal ileum?.
Complete thread -- The attention was then turned to the small bowel _____ terminal ileum. ...
Complete thread -- Dobhoff maybe?
Complete thread -- No comma. See link, item 4...the section that talks about the exceptions
Complete thread -- commas around John? (name changed)
Complete thread -- Patient hospitalized with sepsis. Patient severely malnourished.
Complete thread -- s/l Mark Lagatta to me... But I don't have the reference tools to look it up. Maybe you do
Complete thread -- good thought! I flagged it since I couldn't be sure.
Complete thread -- help please!!
Complete thread -- Anesthetist: Dr _____ - Dr is in New South Wales Australia
Complete thread -- you're welcome
Complete thread -- taco you rock!
Complete thread -- followed by *a* grade 2/6 (I left out the word *a*)
Complete thread -- The second heart sound demonstrated physiologic splitting.
Complete thread -- ... at the left lower sternal edge, which varied with respiration. The second...
Complete thread -- a normal *first* heard sound followed by grade 2/6 blowing early systolic...
Complete thread -- multiple blanks, need help. thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Zegerid?
Complete thread -- I might. Just seems like
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Novocain, common molds, mites, and ______ s/l re-grid?
Complete thread -- hyphen help - would 'earlier-than-otherwise-usual referral" be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- more info please. whole sentence before and after might help.
Complete thread -- s/l*keegale performer* - 19 year old with excision of ganglion cyst from wrist
Complete thread -- without the severe indices.....
Complete thread -- I thought it did. Might need to check the dictionary yourself if not comfortable with it.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too, but does that make sense? thanks
Complete thread -- sphere of indices?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- As you know, X had serial imaging showing increased enhancement in the primarily L4
Complete thread -- yeah, that is true. I typed what I heard so best to leave tense changes up to the OP
Complete thread -- I agree that it's incorrect, but he is saying it that way.
Complete thread -- it is weird though. Can't be past tense if he is recommending a procedure
Complete thread -- must mean "where we do" (since recommending)
Complete thread -- I don't think you're wrong, poi. I also hear him saying did, placed, etc.
Complete thread -- this must be wrong if just recommending. Sorry
Complete thread -- #3 case? where we decompressED....and placeD
Complete thread -- where we did a lateral interbody fusion
Complete thread -- day. We did a lateral interbody fusion..
Complete thread -- I would recommend a 2-stage procedure done the same day ____ a lateral _____ fusion
Complete thread -- Maxgrip ?
Complete thread -- At this point, an endolaser probe was therefore brought into the field ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LEFT INGUINAL HERNIA. Procedure: ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- LMP
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 29-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 3, PARA 1-0-1-1 AT 5 ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fulminant.
Complete thread -- She had a history of biventricular dysfunction in the setting of ____ sepsis.
Complete thread -- got it, ileus
Complete thread -- s/l ee lee is
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient does not wish to proceed with conservative management with ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 58-year-old female with a history of three pregnancie ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: FEEDING INTOLERANCE. Procedure: L ...
Complete thread -- This is a 44-day-old male child who presents to the OR for placement o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- placement (new paragraph)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT UNSTABLE INTERTROCHANTERIC FEMUR FRAC ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The chordae were short?
Complete thread -- The mitral valve was examined. It was quite thickened and a commissur ...
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Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 recessment #2 mammillary (see link)
Complete thread -- The patient’s sacrum was visualized along with the S1 and S2 foramen. ...
Complete thread -- amount of time
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- due to the amount since malunion?
Complete thread -- The dorsal cortex and dorsal portions of the distal radius were signif ...
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Complete thread -- within the OR itself
Complete thread -- odor and rash beneath her breasts
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room and marked _____. A med ...
Complete thread -- This is a 51-year-old female with a history of bilateral macromastia w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- fluoride
Complete thread -- Tooth #J: SSC, size #E3 Tooth #K: SSC, size #E3. Tooth #L: E ...
Complete thread -- got it, phasic
Complete thread -- lung ultrasound: IVC is dilated and **vay-zik** on respiration
Complete thread -- 122/70? (saying one two two)?
Complete thread -- ........excluded
Complete thread -- 102/70 is what I hear. ??
Complete thread -- Physical exam: Blood pressure _____, heart rate 83.
Complete thread -- I just relistened and i believe it is 7.42, 36 and 83.
Complete thread -- I'd think the ph is 7.40, not sure on that 236, and 83 is the Pa02. The 236 has me
Complete thread -- If dictator says ABG 740, 236, 83 on room air. How do you type this?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sorry, (he is a terrible dictator). Maybe someone with better ears than mine can help
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- as noted on image....
Complete thread -- as noted image 16 could not be _____
Complete thread -- focal hemorrhage was noted on the ________.
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- looks like your wav got posted over - repost wav or use MP3 or MP4 and I'll listen.
Complete thread -- atrial ectopy?
Complete thread -- newborn Guthrie Card CMV and CMV serology, ___ audiograms, thyroid function.
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, and prior ______ several years ago
Complete thread -- rhythm and *atryptopy* prompting cardiac revascularization.
Complete thread -- saying 38.4 weeks, I'd write 38 weeks 4 days.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- how would you write 38 by 4 weeks, i.e. Patient with IUP at 38 x 4 weeks.
Complete thread -- s/l Dexamethasone 4 mg/mL
Complete thread -- Dexamethasone ______ mL was administered
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. dont really hear anything other than a stutter.
Complete thread -- 3. vascular uptake
Complete thread -- A few ?S
Complete thread -- #2 then triamcinolone ___ (can't get the rest) (and I agree with poi on #1)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1. viewed in the?
Complete thread -- obtained ____ the AP and lateral oblique views and ____ 2 mL, followed
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ooooh, I bet that's it. Hope OP is still around.
Complete thread -- Is he an athlete - is it redshirting (staying out of sports)?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- WAG...??returning??
Complete thread -- 3 cc should be 3 mL (unless your acct specifics say otherwise), and not ccs
Complete thread -- SP knee arthos. S/l red churning (?)
Complete thread -- negative aspiration for CSF adn heme, Omnipaque....
Complete thread -- 2. checking for aspiriation of...comma after heme?
Complete thread -- 1. confirmed entry into the?
Complete thread -- confirmed entering the epidural space...
Complete thread -- no *and* after space
Complete thread -- intermittent
Complete thread -- confirmed the _____ epidural space, _____ aspiration for CSF and
Complete thread -- Then using ______ fluoroscopic guidance
Complete thread -- cleaned with Betadine. _______ were placed.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- and, actually, I wonder if Zosyn is really prazosin (since the rest are alphabetical)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I couldn't get it, but I'm guessing it starts with an "r" since they're alphabetical.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- create a slight *bullet* configuration and the
Complete thread -- Might be Luvox, but see if anyone hears something else.
Complete thread -- wedging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me in this context.
Complete thread -- leg *hygiene *
Complete thread -- which reveals mild _______ of T1 vertebral body appears chronic.
Complete thread -- risperidone, ________, Robaxin, sertraline,
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- still hear old wav
Complete thread -- Once this was exposed, the caudal margin of the septum was carefully s ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- This is a 59-year-old female who was seen in the plastic surgery clini ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- first.
Complete thread -- Plug and patch system was then used. A plug was placed into the inter ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. Will flag.
Complete thread -- what I hear "next paragraph, instrument count, error, _______.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Instrument count, needle count, sponge counts were correct x2._____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Qp/Qs of at least 3:1
Complete thread -- This is a 30-year-old male who had presented with some symptoms of exe ...
Complete thread -- I was thinking otalgia..guess I better flag ~ thanks
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "bilateral arthralgia"???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Paneva-Holevich
Complete thread -- The patient is a male patient who suffered a tendon laceration and und ...
Complete thread -- thrombocytopenia, hypertension, bilateral __________, chronic kidney disease, CHF.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
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Complete thread -- Herzog curve.
Complete thread -- The 9 x 360 mm nail was loaded onto the insertion jig and advanced ove ...
Complete thread -- NOTE: Dorland's shows seton is not capped
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- defecation
Complete thread -- He had an exam under anesthesia in December of 2015 with Seton placeme ...
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Complete thread -- according to this link (to Q's research) it should be rigottomy
Complete thread -- Again?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- rigotomy (named after Gino Rigotti, an esteemed Italian surgeon)
Complete thread -- began the plan?? (I don't think that is it, but what I heard)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I am finding confirmation with spelling rigotomy
Complete thread -- she spells RHYGOTOMY
Complete thread -- If you use AAMT BoS, BOS2 says it would be "12:30 position"
Complete thread -- On the morning of the operation, the patient was met in the preoperati ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT ANKLE SCAR. Procedure: RIGH ...
Complete thread -- works best to give more info, can be 2 different things, sm
Complete thread -- FDA new( 5) COPD, asthma, anticoagulant reversal, detox pain meds sm
Complete thread -- you are a lifesaver taco!
Complete thread -- Keystone-type flap
Complete thread -- A Keystone __ flap was developed from the dorsum of the index finger
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l "phone-ah" or "foam of" sm for contest plse
Complete thread -- first metatarsal and the bone was *slighted* and the Synthes small frag 2.7 mm screw
Complete thread -- 12:30 clock position
Complete thread -- ahhhhh, genius! Thank you taco!!!
Complete thread -- 12:30 o'clock
Complete thread -- anyone have a guess? help please!
Complete thread -- left breast 1 o'clock position 4 cm from the nipple and ___ position 2 cm from the ni
Complete thread -- they're talking about Crede maneuver, not sure how to make
Complete thread -- s/l "self-coredaid"
Complete thread -- nm - foundthis
Complete thread -- 70-degree centigrade to create *lesion sets* for postoperative analgesia particularly
Complete thread -- s/l *toomey* peripheral vitreous skirt
Complete thread -- I looked and didn't find these together so i thought i was not hearing correctly
Complete thread -- AtriCure MitraClip (googles easily)
Complete thread -- s/l atricure "mitraclip"
Complete thread -- and then whited out the chest (white out appearance on x-ray)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 34-year-old female who underwent a right cervical and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- sounds like "index lesion."
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LEFT BREAST CANCER. Procedure: LE ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- "keel" of the anastomosis?
Complete thread -- steadfastly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 1 she obviously? refused this 2. poor experiences 3. staged procedure to fully treat
Complete thread -- The patient is a 55-year-old female, found to have an obstructing 1.5 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- in a somewhat global fashion.
Complete thread -- Pacing wire was placed in the anterior surface of the heart. The retr ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnoses: 1. ACUTE TYPE A AORTIC DISSECTION. 2. ...
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Complete thread -- periappendiceal
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ACUTE APPENDICITIS. Procedure: LA ...
Complete thread -- MRI: Subscapularis tendinosis. s/l*frays* of (and??) subacromial bursitis.
Complete thread -- progress?
Complete thread -- He can s/l "press" out of his Aircast as pain allows.
Complete thread -- achieving more than 20 seconds gets my vote.
Complete thread -- achieving over 20 seconds (what I hear)
Complete thread -- He was able to jump well and balance on one leg well ___ 20 seconds.
Complete thread -- Clear as a bell...QA kept it as stomach after I flagged it. Never heard of such a thing.
Complete thread -- can you hear "stenosis" instead of "stomach"?
Complete thread -- Listed in past surgical history.
Complete thread -- Hmm? Aortic valve stomach and stent placement in 2012?
Complete thread -- acanthosis nigricans ?
Complete thread -- s/l canthos nagrofens?
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me - plantar meaning towards the bottom (like caudal is towards the head)
Complete thread -- . This was also more * plantar* to the epicondylar axis.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- google glue in cardiac surgery - they use it.
Complete thread -- Pericardium and mammary fascia were *glued* to the epicardium of the heart
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH) = PASH-like stroma?
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT BREAST MASS. Procedure: RIG ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- listen for chelating agent and hypOkalemia
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT MIDDLE FINGER ZONE 5 EXTENSOR TENDON ...
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Complete thread -- yup, looks like they punched 2 holes in the gallbladder with the torcar. Holes is blank
Complete thread -- Or ?holes to the gallbladder? (tho in that case verb s/b were not was)
Complete thread -- Could she be saying "hole to the gallbladder"? I am finding
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 40-year-old male with known history of ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS. Procedure: L ...
Complete thread -- what was procedure? Was gallbladder mentioned earlier in report?
Complete thread -- The liver was inspected and hemostasis was obtained using electrocaute ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- lower down?
Complete thread -- in view of the?
Complete thread -- Two additional fibroids were then removed from the same incision and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get it. sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- should not labor
Complete thread -- should not labor
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Surgicel placed over all uterine incision. Endometrial cavity entered ...
Complete thread -- One 3 to 4 cm fibroid found to occupy the right lateral portion of the ...
Complete thread -- Patient has hyperkalemia. We will hold s/l kee-low agent. We will follow TIA!
Complete thread -- Daysee
Complete thread -- sounds fine to me, is indicating the level of the stenosis, not the cause.
Complete thread -- It was next determined that an extra small **datum** would be most
Complete thread -- more: I am questioning L3-4 or L3-L4 spinal stenosis.
Complete thread -- when talking about spinal stenosis it is the vertebrae not disks correct?
Complete thread -- drug list - s/l daisy 1 tablet daily??
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- thanks! I like the new one much better, just hate we lost our old saved ones though :(
Complete thread -- awww... nice.
Complete thread -- this cracked me up
Complete thread -- note to "mt": yesterday you posted "Sprycel"...
Complete thread -- Found it! FiberLock allograft.~nm
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr! ~nm
Complete thread -- Foot surgery. S/L Fiber lock
Complete thread -- oh - promontory!!
Complete thread -- wondering if mucopurulent?
Complete thread -- help with A&P repair. Plse sm
Complete thread -- The s/l**muco-perium** tissue was suctioned from the middle ear cavity.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you so much taco!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- near falls
Complete thread -- who presents with worsening mobility and __ over the past two years in the Falls and
Complete thread -- could it be lumen(s)? those measures sound like luminal diameters.
Complete thread -- 1.75 mm *ligaments*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thakn you very much!
Complete thread -- maybe and??
Complete thread -- Particularly, see 4th hit.
Complete thread -- Creep is a term used....see google hits link
Complete thread -- oops...Here's the link
Complete thread -- Based on my post on the line above this one, "an equivocal" makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- I would use the word "by" (as you have done". I think
Complete thread -- retrieved from the back table, where it was set on 12 pounds of tension to remove *cr
Complete thread -- Still checking, but wondering also if he is saying "unequivocal" (not an equivocal)..since
Complete thread -- progressive disease in the left pleura *in* pleural effusion
Complete thread -- flagged~nm
Complete thread -- Urodynamic study report
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Woot! Glad to help.
Complete thread -- here are the URLs for U.S. cities and World cities...
Complete thread -- Grainola?
Complete thread -- Unbelievable. That's it!!! Thank you so much. I was just reading
Complete thread -- City sounds like Granola in Oklahoma. Tia!
Complete thread -- is also on turmeric and some other supplements (?)
Complete thread -- did patient have a total knee replacement? "poly" short for polyethylene insert/component
Complete thread -- Patient is status post right total hip arthroplasty. Now complains of pain
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- otherwise normal *poly* noted to be without any significant damage
Complete thread -- since APC=argon plasma coagulation, I think "with coagulation" is redundant...
Complete thread -- kinda redundant since APC is argon plasma coagulation
Complete thread -- APC with coagulation ???
Complete thread -- Dermatology diagnosis: s/l Coo-ta-sob.
Complete thread -- I called my PM - go to the SS resources page - new link for new email, same name & p/w you
Complete thread -- #1 to ___ (contact? detect?) the native hip
Complete thread -- 2. forward with a 52-mm cup
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Complete thread -- Kerrison 1 (bit size, 1 mm)
Complete thread -- I already sent it with blank. thank you nm. ...
Complete thread -- Then, while lifting the lamina as one piece using a Kerrison _____, th ...
Complete thread -- This allowed for en bloc removal of the lamina and this was then clean ...
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Complete thread -- naris and metal on metal contact was felt
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Complete thread -- not sure about the cap on medicine
Complete thread -- 47-year old? who was admitted to Medicine with a?
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Complete thread -- AIIS would better
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Complete thread -- actually listening again, he says exploratory
Complete thread -- AIS (anterior iliac spine) 2. AIS
Complete thread -- There was no urovaginal injury noted with atraumatic Foley placement a ...
Complete thread -- I think the last one is.....and then finally an abdominal hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- This is same as post below but another blank added. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Yes, can't get that word either. Thanks
Complete thread -- Four?? not sure as there sounds like something after 4
Complete thread -- Yes, how simple that was and I didn't get it. Fast speaker. Thank you.
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Complete thread -- SURGERIES: _____ laparotomies in the 1980’s,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction everybody.
Complete thread -- in excruciating ...not *an*
Complete thread -- debris...
Complete thread -- glass bottle debrs, road debris, and pants.
Complete thread -- glass bottle debris
Complete thread -- pants
Complete thread -- The patient is a 51-year-old female with level 1 trauma activation, fo ...
Complete thread -- Clindesse
Complete thread -- IUP (intrauterine pregnancy)?
Complete thread -- s/l IEP at about 13 weeks pregnant. Cervical cerclage scheduled.
Complete thread -- Medication, woman 13 weeks pregnant s/l clenn-deese (patient used that recently)
Complete thread -- Got this. Whole body tremors.
Complete thread -- ____ tremors of unclear etiology.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I belive that is it.
Complete thread -- he has had?
Complete thread -- He has a history of lower extremity cellulitis. This ____ for a sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- paralingual??
Complete thread -- on the pts parotid gland
Complete thread -- what location in the body?
Complete thread -- no lymphovascular invasion but ___ invasion present.
Complete thread -- got it - underside fin cutter
Complete thread -- ortho help, plse sm
Complete thread -- he drinks what he reports to be 3 to 4
Complete thread -- Stage IB s/l F2 N0 endometriod endometrial adenocarcinoma
Complete thread -- I actually figured out on the 2nd sentence he is saying he drinks _____ sm
Complete thread -- BTNP (B-type Natriuretic Peptide)
Complete thread -- context, please
Complete thread -- He is alcohol dependent. He drinks _____ close to 3 to 4 beers daily.
Complete thread -- Sprycel
Complete thread -- nevermind - he's saying dermatomyositis lol.
Complete thread -- ESL keeps saying what s/l dermatome ascites - cannot verify?
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- stedman pectan
Complete thread -- stedman pectan
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- viewed?
Complete thread -- right groin region
Complete thread -- inguinal mesh plug ________ on images
Complete thread -- pain in the right _______ region that failed
Complete thread -- Rhino Rocket for s/l tylo rokit?
Complete thread -- s/*tyloro kit* placed for bleeding - epistaxis
Complete thread -- okay, glad to rule out my end :) still can't access it today. Hope it's fixed soon
Complete thread -- It is down for me too.
Complete thread -- nevermind - it's dependant
Complete thread -- She underwent a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis
Complete thread -- wad
Complete thread -- lenticulostriate
Complete thread -- There are 2 tiny bumps bilaterally on the M1 segments that may either be aneurysms or
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Complete thread -- I hear right mobile _______.
Complete thread -- He also sustained a small region approximately 3 x 4 cm of skin loss o ...
Complete thread -- any other Softscript employees not able to access work email website??
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Complete thread -- for rotation
Complete thread -- Prior to draping, the left lower extremity was assessed for length of ...
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Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Neurology
Complete thread -- elevated D-dimer, positive troponin, renal insufficiency, and elevated s/l BTND. TIA!
Complete thread -- FDA FDA - Probuphine implant for treatment of opioid dependence sm
Complete thread -- Thought I heard operative, but couldn't make out the next word.
Complete thread -- and operative laparoscopy
Complete thread -- agree, short segment (The mild form of Hirschsprung's disease (short segment) sm
Complete thread -- DIC might be Disseminated intravascular coagulation. I'd put DIC too tho sm
Complete thread -- I hear laparoscopy in there
Complete thread -- She also has a positive Speed and s/l *upper pev* test. sm
Complete thread -- not sure but she says bilateral salpingo....
Complete thread -- Thank you both!!!
Complete thread -- Previous history of hysterectomy, x2 C-sections, and abdominoplasty. sm
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Femur bone graft
Complete thread -- or anterior fasciosis?
Complete thread -- Youngswick bunionectomy. could the 1st be plantar fasciosis ?
Complete thread -- Bunectomy help, please see msg. Thank you!
Complete thread -- short segment ?
Complete thread -- comprehensive evaluation in the past rule out s/l*fort* segment Hirschsprung's diseas
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Complete thread -- He described the pain as constant but was not affected by his meals. ...
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Complete thread -- a Foley
Complete thread -- The wire was removed and the stent was noted to be in good position. ...
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Complete thread -- "with accordioning of the stent"
Complete thread -- #1 I think she is saying "accordioning of the stent"
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Complete thread -- #2 not immediately
Complete thread -- Once the 5-French was removed and we attempted to pass the stent over ...
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Complete thread -- blood draws to
Complete thread -- Following smooth induction of general anesthesia, the Anesthesia place ...
Complete thread -- I hear "by using his brother's CPAP machine."
Complete thread -- Kim's test?
Complete thread -- Cathflo but I'm probably too late.
Complete thread -- Uldall cath
Complete thread -- yes, I know changed to "belly"
Complete thread -- shoulder test. s/l kings test
Complete thread -- I thought so too since he started to say "rent" but I couldn't find anything either.
Complete thread -- i think it is a company name but cannot find anything to match in AUS
Complete thread -- (somebody's) brother's CPAP machine? sounds like "hees" (his) brother's, maybe meant "her"
Complete thread -- She will start CPAP therapy by using ___ CPAP machine.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l *cross* of stapler
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- very clear, sounds like DIC, but does not fit context. Sm please
Complete thread -- which was swapped to a 30-degree.....?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lumbar injection recommendation s/l can va see
Complete thread -- can you slow down the speed?
Complete thread -- established by means of a Veress needle followed by entry into the abdominal cavity...
Complete thread -- skin incision was used to ______ ports
Complete thread -- purpose, which ______ into 30-degree angled scope
Complete thread -- anterior abdominal cavity ______ trocar in the
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- *bilateral falsatic* adhesions
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Complete thread -- palm under the ... and palpated in the palm.
Complete thread -- wiped down
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Complete thread -- The obturator was then placed in, after which the camera which had bee ...
Complete thread -- After this, a blunt dilator was placed underneath the antebrachial fas ...
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Complete thread -- Is it 10- or 14-week fetus? Sounds like "moving."
Complete thread -- After evacuation of hemoperitoneum, the right ruptured cornual pregnan ...
Complete thread -- could even be bearing??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I hear "wearing the plate", not weighing
Complete thread -- beneath the
Complete thread -- A three-hole proximal ulna locking plate was applied to the olecranon ...
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Complete thread -- s/b 2-3 portal (see link)
Complete thread -- relisten for that ST elevation too - that has to do with the heart.
Complete thread -- All I can think of is FDG - try that.
Complete thread -- left upper lobe site to an *S T D* of 22 and mild-to-moderate ST elevation to
Complete thread -- wrist laparoscopy, what is a 2/3 portal? or 2-3 portal?
Complete thread -- thank you all soooo much!
Complete thread -- Sorry about that...**mitral regurgitation
Complete thread -- regurgitation
Complete thread -- mild-to-moderate ____?
Complete thread -- well how many more words are you missing? You need to give the words after your blank.
Complete thread -- what do you hear after atrium?
Complete thread -- atrium (I think)
Complete thread -- heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, dilated left ____
Complete thread -- maybe extravasation
Complete thread -- Patient with a foot wound.
Complete thread -- Serum ferritin s/l "ANF" or "ENF" may be worthwhile (regarding cardiac function)
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- the noun form "declination" seems to be more common
Complete thread -- declinated
Complete thread -- Sorry...gave you nothing in there...s/l deck-lin-ated
Complete thread -- nucleated hyperkeratosis, submetatarsal 3, related to a ___ metatarsal head. TIA!
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Complete thread -- musculature of the
Complete thread -- subcutaneous tissues and ________ chest wall through
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Prior to prepping and draping and time-out, the patient was marked for ...
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Complete thread -- projecting lower portion is also known as the cog or spur of the malleus.
Complete thread -- seems verifiable - see link
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
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Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- for emergence of anesthesia
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Complete thread -- and seated
Complete thread -- A radial myringotomy was made in the anterior inferior quadrant of the ...
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Complete thread -- only improves with...burden...gets colds
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Complete thread -- I cut myself off. He stammers a little and then says "desquamation and chronic edema..."
Complete thread -- He stammers a little, I think, and then says
Complete thread -- The right foot was then scrubbed, prepped and draped in the usual ster ...
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Complete thread -- Polyps?
Complete thread -- Procedure: VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY, RIGHT SALPINGECTOMY, ANTERIOR COLP ...
Complete thread -- tried but no luck. sorry. surround sound audio. lol
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Complete thread -- losartan, pyridostigmine, tamsulosin, __________, niacin ER
Complete thread -- was serially sealed
Complete thread -- The right fallopian tube was grasped with a Babcock and the mesosalpin ...
Complete thread -- Savage?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- sounds like Richardson to me.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Exam under anesthesia revealed second-degree perineal la ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. can it be Richardson?
Complete thread -- I give up. She might be stuttering over retractor
Complete thread -- Procedure? (not finding anything, looking for more clues)
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the OR where epidural anesthesia was found to ...
Complete thread -- Wondering if "ventral" could be "ventricle (ventricular)?
Complete thread -- Could you give us a better sound like? Not sure of the one you posted.
Complete thread -- s/l *Savauj* ventral septal defect patch
Complete thread -- consumptive process............... I was way off!~nm
Complete thread -- maybe insulation crazing?
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- ventricular lead via *calcific* binding point that the laser
Complete thread -- hate it when links don't work. Anyway, use onelook search with * enteritis
Complete thread -- maybe look through this list from onelook
Complete thread -- lead found a focal area of *insulation glazing* which I repaired with
Complete thread -- phone call
Complete thread -- I can't play the wav file. Anyone else who can't play it?
Complete thread -- anyone have a guess?
Complete thread -- some kind of enteritis
Complete thread -- developed a rash and after a __ was instructed to cease them.
Complete thread -- thanks- just found an intrisinic tendon chart
Complete thread -- extensor digiti minimi (EDM)?
Complete thread -- extensor digiti minimi (EDM)
Complete thread -- tenolysis of hand and digit s/l EDM (only hearing clearly M)
Complete thread -- ...pt immediately "coded" (not coated)
Complete thread -- flagged~nm
Complete thread -- struggling with some term in the assessment list
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Trilobar hypertrophy _____ open fossa. _____ intact ureter ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- Upon arrival to the recovery room, the patient immediately coated. Ch ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The left triangular ligament was then divided with electrocautery to h ...
Complete thread -- Pelvic site x-rays confirmed a pelvic ring disruption. The FAST was a ...
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Complete thread -- prodromal
Complete thread -- alendronate
Complete thread -- It is important to note that the injury occurred on 10/17/16 when the ...
Complete thread -- The patient is an 83-year-old Asian female with a past medical history ...
Complete thread -- nice solve...glad you got it
Complete thread -- yes. he says it again later with the "r" actually in there. I jumped the gun.
Complete thread -- found it, Stravix
Complete thread -- is this an Achilles repair?
Complete thread -- Debridement of the left heel wound with application of ___ graft for repair of the te
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- meeting resistance at the ureteral orifice.
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Complete thread -- in their entirety
Complete thread -- popcorn...fragment this in the
Complete thread -- At one point, large fragments went into the midpole. Using _____ sett ...
Complete thread -- The safety wire was then passed again through the dual lumen and we at ...
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Complete thread -- non-contrast, a face CT.
Complete thread -- This is a 45-year-old gentleman with no past medical history who prese ...
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Complete thread -- "but had an only injury" is weird too
Complete thread -- got into an accident...(not got to)...don't hear it, but..
Complete thread -- rehab-wise with a
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgery and vascular surgery were consulted and vascular su ...
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Complete thread -- This is a 24-year-old male who was riding his motorcycle and got to an ...
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Complete thread -- maybe saying "carousel and mesher"
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Complete thread -- I hear *kerro-sellin* but sure can't find anything to verify it
Complete thread -- The skin graft was then meshed in a 1:1.5 ratio using a _____ mesher. ...
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Complete thread -- yes. i was confused if the patient is returning with "him". him referring to VAC?
Complete thread -- I HEAR VAC?
Complete thread -- DISPOSITION: PACU and then to regular room. He is to remain in-house ...
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Complete thread -- with a small focus of
Complete thread -- focus.
Complete thread -- He had an open laceration in the left parietal region as well as a poo ...
Complete thread -- I'm amazed you got what you did...I often hear O2 nasal cannula?
Complete thread -- Blood pressure is 140s/70s, respirations 22 per minute, Pulse ox is 96% on sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for ALL the help. I could not get anything out of that.
Complete thread -- ah yes... Puerto Rican and loves fried food
Complete thread -- Puerto
Complete thread -- ____ and loves fried food (but there is still more than that)
Complete thread -- Puero Rican and allowed fried food?
Complete thread -- wait for more ears to get that blank.
Complete thread -- is "within quotes" ____ fried food.
Complete thread -- She is not compliant with her diabetic diet stating that she is "_____ on outside
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- pill-in-the-pocket approach
Complete thread -- Atrial fibrillation. I think she is best served with ____ approach with sm
Complete thread -- (I can sort of hear "University of Chicago" now too)
Complete thread -- wav loaded, I just heard it wrong. I should have put a "?" after my guess.
Complete thread -- Apparently my wav did not load, but it is University of Chicago. Thanks for trying taco.
Complete thread -- for what she describes as a possible stem cell transplant
Complete thread -- He does have a history of myelofibrosis and followed by hematology/oncology and sm
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Complete thread -- immobilize the colon *due to* vascularity, etc.
Complete thread -- right chest cavity?
Complete thread -- proceeded to immobilize the colon to *to vascularity* that was
Complete thread -- sounding more like callus-never heard of it-any thoughts?
Complete thread -- contours?
Complete thread -- sp car accident with seatbelt bruising
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Is crux the word you're wanting instead of crotch? Just a WAG. ~nm
Complete thread -- Ugh! He must be saying Resolute!!!
Complete thread -- a type of drug-eluting stent
Complete thread -- Something is wrong with that sentence. anastomose up to. posterior what at the crotch
Complete thread -- using a 4-0 Vicryl suture for the posterior at the*crotch*was used to anastomosed up
Complete thread -- The UPJ was incised in *vahmin* technique and then the
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Complete thread -- (there is some google support for the phrase "generous foraminotomy")
Complete thread -- Generous?
Complete thread -- ligament was released. _____ foraminotomies were performed
Complete thread -- extricated (this is a wav file, not an mp3, i think you are using both and
Complete thread -- sounds like flag staff but it does not make sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- to be in protrusio.
Complete thread -- The acetabulum was noted preoperatively on radiographs and intraoperat ...
Complete thread -- An in situ neck cut was made at the level of the lesser trochanter. T ...
Complete thread -- The trial reamer was placed in the appropriate abduction, inclination ...
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Complete thread -- was alerted that we were about to enter the airway...incision into the
Complete thread -- nevermind.
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Complete thread -- The piriform sinuses were peeled away from the thyroid cartilage using ...
Complete thread -- It was injected with 1% lidocaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine, 8 cc. A ...
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Complete thread -- "homeland" would be better.
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Complete thread -- immigrated to the
Complete thread -- This is a 52-year-old female who 20 years ago had placement of implant ...
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Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ____. Procedure: EXTRACTION OF MA ...
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Complete thread -- ??Treacher Collins syndrome??
Complete thread -- NOTE: s/b 2-year 6-month-old (no hyphen between year and 6)
Complete thread -- A stellate-type wound is one with irregular borders (as
Complete thread -- what's wrong with fossa ovalis?
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Complete thread -- Best I can say is "Could be".
Complete thread -- This patient is a 2-year-6-month-old male patient with a history of __ ...
Complete thread -- No..only 3 syllables...
Complete thread -- Does stellate work in this sentence?
Complete thread -- fossa navicularis?
Complete thread -- Need help with word please...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be He is refined to the trauma slot as a GCS 15?
Complete thread -- For #1 I wonder if he is saying something like:
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Complete thread -- #2 ???screaming of pain in the etc???
Complete thread -- Might be saying BKA (below knee amputation)
Complete thread -- This is a 24-year-old male who was brought in by EMS who is status pos ...
Complete thread -- COMPLICATIONS: None. FINDINGS: _____ of the left lower extrem ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming. :)
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Complete thread -- field
Complete thread -- We used the Mitek all-inside meniscal repair set. In the 1st anchor __ ...
Complete thread -- right paralumbar?
Complete thread -- s/l bi paralumbar region
Complete thread -- ty very much
Complete thread -- The term "in diffuse leads" is used in ECG(EKG) terminology (see google hits link)
Complete thread -- depressions with possible ischemia *in* diffuse leads
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- lab help please and thank you....His complete metabolic profile was normal with a
Complete thread -- solid *disc* calcium
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear that. Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- sorry, let me try again: appeared to have good function compared to
Complete thread -- function (but wait for other opinions too)
Complete thread -- To laceration: ....appeared to have _______ proximally compared to the other digits
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Complete thread -- garrulous (talkative)
Complete thread -- He is in no acute distress, comfortable appearing, *gary less*.
Complete thread -- YW, but I'm not the OP. Found it in my Stedman's Neuro book
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Complete thread -- quiritarian
Complete thread -- thanks for the guess. I have no idea. Query sent. TY.
Complete thread -- Wonder if the first part is "acquired" ???? WAG
Complete thread -- or maybe it is s/l "query-terian seizures"
Complete thread -- s/l queer-a-terian seizures.
Complete thread -- I hear voided and dictionary defines: having a section or area that has been cut out or
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Complete thread -- After the reduction and the hardware was placed, there was approximate ...
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Complete thread -- there was noted comminution.
Complete thread -- to again separate the ... (or "to separate again")
Complete thread -- The triceps muscle then was elevated from the distal humerus and retra ...
Complete thread -- A Cobb elevator was then used to elevate the triceps muscle from the p ...
Complete thread -- oops, meant "Message requests," not "More." and may be totally different on mobile
Complete thread -- poi and bkloli: Check your Facebook messages, might have gone in the "More" folder.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- towards the pulmonary branches
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ... pulmonary branches, but can't get the 1st word.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- turbulence noted starting at the level of the pulmonary valve to ____ branches.
Complete thread -- impervious tissue?
Complete thread -- Never mind, just found--caliber spacer :)
Complete thread -- Need help with words please...
Complete thread -- Nothing coming to mind. sorry.
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- impervious stickyu?
Complete thread -- will turn in. thanks
Complete thread -- thanks, I have made a note of that.
Complete thread -- ORIF surgery, used s/l asimulin or simulin. See msg.
Complete thread -- wrong... Cicuto
Complete thread -- Sorry so late, but it is Kenneth Cicudo, DO (Googled vascular surgeon Maine Dr. Kenneth
Complete thread -- The patient was placed into a posterior splint to help protect the sub ...
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Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- late vascular surgeon Maine - s/l Dr. Kenneth Sick-you-doe
Complete thread -- cannot figure it out -- will blank, TY
Complete thread -- s/l "pannet" clamps (?)
Complete thread -- up to the .... can't get the rest. sorry
Complete thread -- Decision was made at this point to transpose the nerve _______ with el ...
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Complete thread -- The anesthesiologists were able to mask ventilate the patient without ...
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Complete thread -- Then, a 2-0 Prolene was used to secure the mesh at the pubic tubercle ...
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Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- yes it is leak
Complete thread -- However, persistent serous drainage was noted from the drain and conce ...
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Complete thread -- Right groin lymphatic bleed
Complete thread -- #1 ???in view in the cubital tunnel??? I can't get #2
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT GROIN, _____. Procedure: RI ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- We then began our procedure by placing a 22-French rigid cystoscope in ...
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks, guy!!
Complete thread -- Distally, we identified Osborne’s ligament with the nerve _______ the ...
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Complete thread -- Bakri balloon
Complete thread -- traced
Complete thread -- No tissue or POCs seen in the collection with suction. A posterior ce ...
Complete thread -- ...We identified the ulnar nerve, _____ both proximally and distally..
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Complete thread -- makes more sense than my "cross"
Complete thread -- The pleura was opened... cross of the (what I hear)
Complete thread -- #1 pleura #2 course
Complete thread -- This incision was extended inferiorly and to the right side mobilizing ...
Complete thread -- and I love your link.. LOL
Complete thread -- actually, that word was in my spellcheck (Stedmans) -
Complete thread -- too short of an MP3, back it up so we can hear the whole sentence please
Complete thread -- We identified the ulnar nerve, _____ both proximally and distally, dec ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, Questyr. I thought so too, but QA took the word 'tenotomy' out last time.
Complete thread -- 3rd hit at this google link indicates it might be "tenotomy scissors"
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Complete thread -- Thanks, Lo! ... I wonder if this link still works...
Complete thread -- Ulnar nerve decompression: ....were sharply incised. _____ scissors were used to...
Complete thread -- Good deal. I will add that to my spellchecker. You da Bomb!
Complete thread -- Osmoglyn (it's a new one for me too, just found it by googling around)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- all I can think of is Alphagan?
Complete thread -- Patient with high intraocular pressures of 53 and 51
Complete thread -- nah, probably not - I think Menghini and Tru-Cut are two different kinds of biopsy needles
Complete thread -- Menghini?
Complete thread -- There are catheters with multiple eyes (so multi-eye or
Complete thread -- a *mon art ee* Tru-cut liver biopsy throug
Complete thread -- thank you taco!!
Complete thread -- an oral
Complete thread -- I have given him the option of either __ antiviral such as entecavir or tenofovir or
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Complete thread -- production makes better sense to me (esp. since followed by "underproductive")
Complete thread -- s/l rate of reduction (neuropsych eval regarding speech) see message
Complete thread -- thanks, thought maybe that was it
Complete thread -- I said wrong dose because it looks like a combo med, and the omeprazole part is 20 or 40.
Complete thread -- Sorry I posted the wrong dose - 10 mg twice daily so I think it fits. TY!
Complete thread -- but dose does not fit... I'm going to wait for some more info before guessing
Complete thread -- maybe Zegerid for heartburn?
Complete thread -- need more info like diagnoses
Complete thread -- A cotton ball and Tegaderm?
Complete thread -- med list: S/L vigerid 10 mg p.o. daily.
Complete thread -- woops
Complete thread -- A __________ Tegaderm was placed
Complete thread -- oops, typo
Complete thread -- hemiataxia
Complete thread -- vertigo and severe back pain causing *hemitaxia*
Complete thread -- embedment
Complete thread -- The tissue was able to be mobilized and closed completely down to the ...
Complete thread -- or in the inferior vena cava
Complete thread -- fear of a/an ____
Complete thread -- s/l fearavanecuva
Complete thread -- ever head of a 22-French "multi-eye" catheter?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ...the lateral side. The knee was a varus knee.
Complete thread -- The jig was pinned in place onto the tibia. Using a sagittal saw, the ...
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Complete thread -- finger fracture
Complete thread -- The fascia was raised and dissected through the linea alba. A Balfour ...
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Complete thread -- mesh sling
Complete thread -- The incision was made with a #15 blade scalpel and then using blunt di ...
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Complete thread -- needing to splint to defecate
Complete thread -- After discussion of risks, benefits, and alternatives, the patient ele ...
Complete thread -- I mean these (not this)
Complete thread -- Thought you might find this helpful. (see link)
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Complete thread -- feeling weak when she FELL
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Complete thread -- my vote: resorption
Complete thread -- feeling weak when she feel
Complete thread -- This is an 88-year-old female with a history of hypertension, hyperlip ...
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Complete thread -- the double lumen tube
Complete thread -- resorption? reabsorption?
Complete thread -- Anesthesiologist applied necessary hemodynamic monitoring and intravas ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know I'm not alone out here. :) Flagging and moving on
Complete thread -- Sorry, I don't know.
Complete thread -- Scroll down to "Scoliosis - Beautiful to the Core" (about 3rd row down)
Complete thread -- It sounds like he's describing an S-shaped scoliosis. (see link...
Complete thread -- Car seat test was passed. s/l statement of box screen was performed. TIA!
Complete thread -- pls help
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Complete thread -- involving the??
Complete thread -- The hernia sac was easily seen on the anterior abdominal wall. Starti ...
Complete thread -- still got it wrong...LOL. FILLED with. my eyes are gone, my keyboard sucks, and I'm
Complete thread -- struck me funny: He is clearly vague.
Complete thread -- You got it right, but Id comma after junction. Not necessary, but I always use that last
Complete thread -- Choleangiogram was performed, which revealed the common bile duct, the cystic sm
Complete thread -- Thanks from one pj to another. LOL
Complete thread -- I got the see in there but it will not let me cut and paste to here so i have to retype sm
Complete thread -- oh geez, and filed with...
Complete thread -- enlarged and filled with appendicoliths.
Complete thread -- edematous, enlarged, adn filled wi appendicolith. (can clearly SEE appendix)
Complete thread -- Might consider this to be doable option as in they are choosing one that may or may not sm
Complete thread -- I can clearly appendix that is grossly edematous and ______. There is some pelvic
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I also discussed the development of ___ in some patients, the risk being higher the y
Complete thread -- poi you are amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- red cell indices
Complete thread -- I like that answer!
Complete thread -- moderate anaemia which I note has borderline __ with an MCH of 62, an MCV of 83 and i
Complete thread -- I thought so. Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- Durable makes sense to me...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks again taco.
Complete thread -- patient as the most *durable* option.
Complete thread -- she was able to *participate* somewhat with therapy.
Complete thread -- They prefer us not to use hyphens unless absolutely needed.
Complete thread -- not sure on your blank, but I'd hyphenate 2-person.
Complete thread -- She was able to practice ____ with therapy, but still requires 2 person assist.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- DNA would fit (there is DNA testing for Lyme disease)
Complete thread -- On labs she says Lyme disease TNA? T&A? Anyone know what this is. I cannot find
Complete thread -- s/l smurf-spine surgical instrument
Complete thread -- sure, a slipped disk at L3-L4.
Complete thread -- L3-L4 s/l mild slip? make sense
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is "clear"
Complete thread -- Amvisc
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- lens with the appropriate ____ as above was injected
Complete thread -- irrigation aspiration. ____ was injected to fill the capsular
Complete thread -- create a _______ three step full thickness ____ corneal incision
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- I then used a curette to debride the screw holes and used a Cobb eleva ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- The MS hug is a symptom of multiple sclerosis where you feel as if you ...
Complete thread -- patient's main complaint is the MS s/l hugs he has been experiencing TIA!
Complete thread -- Also, I would think it s/b low-grade-appearing
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- stuttering over involvement?
Complete thread -- A low-grade appearing papillary bladder tumor on the left lateral wall ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- wall. Edematous changes on the
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Low-grade appearing papillary bladder tumor on the left lat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I decided to leave. Thanks
Complete thread -- The blank is 'loose'. I am just not sure if he says 'I'm sorry after that word meaning to
Complete thread -- Not sure if he apologized and then starts over with 'A Q-tip' or of the previous
Complete thread -- Extensia?
Complete thread -- U and ease
Complete thread -- thank you for that... I am thinking it is something such as that, just cannot hear word
Complete thread -- I have requested liver function tests, hemoglobin, and s/l*u and ease*.
Complete thread -- Wonder if she's saying "a history of ileal reversal" ???
Complete thread -- I get partial "a history of _____ reversal"
Complete thread -- anyone have a guess to point me in right direction?
Complete thread -- not sure what she is saying
Complete thread -- dang, that was impressive.
Complete thread -- Excelsior ?
Complete thread -- is a nonsmoker and social drinker who works for ___
Complete thread -- s/l she starts to say and, then changes to "of the liver" - no word in there.
Complete thread -- coracoclavicular? coraco-acromial? See link, might find something
Complete thread -- shoulder MRI s/l cavso common ligaments. Capsular?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- acetabulization
Complete thread -- shoulder x-ray
Complete thread -- Isolated TB elevation ______ of the liver
Complete thread -- seen in findings?
Complete thread -- until fibroid fibers were seen?
Complete thread -- Next, the Bovie was used to cut a linear incision along the top of the ...
Complete thread -- Next, the uterus was palpated. The anterior uterine fibroid _____ was ...
Complete thread -- SURGERY START TIME: 10/11/16 at _____ SURGERY END TIME: 10/11 ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The patellofemoral joint was inspected and no significant chondral inj ...
Complete thread -- will write "bed" instead of "bay". Thanks.
Complete thread -- dictating clearly adenoid tissue "bay" in two places in report. is it ok?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- adhered to
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 36-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 3, PARA 2-0-0-2 AT 41 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- monotherapy?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- as tense
Complete thread -- As the gallbladder was noted to be very distended, a decision was made ...
Complete thread -- Patient is maintained on s/l mold therapy with Humira. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- a non-fixed
Complete thread -- #1 CEA was ... cannot get #2
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into the OR and placed in the left lateral pos ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 65-year-old woman who was recently diagnosed with rec ...
Complete thread -- ok thought that might be it
Complete thread -- it's unspecified whether they are native vessels or graft(ed) vessels.
Complete thread -- s/l native or graph... does native or graft make sense here
Complete thread -- can you recast it to say anti-DNase B instead?
Complete thread -- how to type ...she says anti-strep DNaseB
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 10 mm distended appendix with (what I hear)
Complete thread -- The 21 scope?
Complete thread -- The 21 scope?
Complete thread -- in sterile fashion. ______ scope was inserted
Complete thread -- A CT scan demonstrated a 10 mm standard _______ with mid si
Complete thread -- s/l tap the flap?
Complete thread -- never mind, it's Actigall
Complete thread -- sm for more context
Complete thread -- s/l Activol - for toddler with liver/bile duct disorder
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- edentulism
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT MANDIBULAR AND MAXILLARY POSTERIOR __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- abundant
Complete thread -- Attempts at flushing the catheter also revealed a good amount of resis ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- At this time, it was determined to dilate the remainder of the ureter. ...
Complete thread -- Using a dual lumen, the _____ was passed without any difficulty eventu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- from the ____ of the ureter?
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Tight ureter, balloon dilated from proximal ureter to the u ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: URETHRAL LESION. Procedure: CYSTO ...
Complete thread -- tumesce.
Complete thread -- Care was taken to *tumess* proimxally
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree with 2 (plus it sounds more likely than 12 weeks)
Complete thread -- is it 2 or 12? i keep hearing 12 sometimes
Complete thread -- 2 weeks.
Complete thread -- I have advised ** to come to see me __ weeks from now for another ultrasound
Complete thread -- got it, thanks!
Complete thread -- anyone hear Loxalate???
Complete thread -- We note that ** is on __ medication, having reduced the dose to 10 mg
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- I *encapsuled* the saphenous vein
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- Drs.
Complete thread -- can't remember how to type this.... Drs. Vain and Walls or Doctors
Complete thread -- hue ?
Complete thread -- Digital rectal exam which revealed a black melenic stool with red *you*.
Complete thread -- ..or rather, the next sentences to see if this would fit.
Complete thread -- maybe decrescence? (a decreasing in size; would have to hear rest of sentence)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- snugged.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- slammed?? snapped?? (WAGS) tight
Complete thread -- A pre-tied endoscopic LigaSure was then passed over the appendix and _ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- acromia or acromions.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- The acromion bilaterally are normal in morphology type II. ...
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- I had the opportunity to review his MRA of the brain from September 12, 2016, which



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