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Complete thread -- ? latent
Complete thread -- I did not the L&O but they do, especially the way he says them. Thanks
Complete thread -- remember: L&O sound alike, S&F sound alike, and N&M sound alike.
Complete thread -- That is it! Thanks so much. My guy has a lisp.
Complete thread -- ACLS
Complete thread -- Cardiology patient. Sounds like ACOS or ECOS?
Complete thread -- dilated?
Complete thread -- traumatic?
Complete thread -- MRI shows *lated* syrinx . . . see msg.
Complete thread -- Depends on WHICH ointment. the diaper rash or the vitamin A and D. If you GOOGLE
Complete thread -- What state are you in? Is this perhaps a city name? Does the
Complete thread -- stuck on a word... Sounds like hallixur collections (I do not hear debt)
Complete thread -- His past history is notable for iron-deficiency anemia. He had a colo ...
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- It's kebab. Finally found definition for simply kebab on OneLook
Complete thread -- I see kebob and kabob nearly equal on google.
Complete thread -- shish kebab
Complete thread -- how do you spell shishkebob (skewer). OneLook is leading me on a wild goose chase.
Complete thread -- Agree with A and D. Depends also on your account rules. We can't use the & symbol on any
Complete thread -- Makes sense if most of his answers are yes. Are you clearly hearing that but
Complete thread -- s/l predominantly but unsure. What could it be if not that?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- craterization - excision of bone tissue to create a crater-like depression
Complete thread -- craterization
Complete thread -- Right ankle _____ saucerization anterior tibia and dorsal talus. ...
Complete thread -- A and D but looks as though the trademark is dead as of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Attention (was drawn?) to the right tonsil and the right tonsil in a like manner was
Complete thread -- A and D ointment vs A & D, which one is correct?
Complete thread -- Left tonsil was removed and placed off the field for pathological anal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- somnolence and desire for naps...mom reports that ??? snores, chokes...
Complete thread -- Sleep study showed an apnea-hypopnea index of 5.7 _____ chokes, gaspin ...
Complete thread -- Rumel (tourniquet) sm
Complete thread -- No such thing as levothyroid. That's how Levothroid is usally pronounced, incorrectly of
Complete thread -- yes, thanks
Complete thread -- asymmetric ? (not os, and never of off symmetry)
Complete thread -- s/l offsymmetry ? or os symmetry ?
Complete thread -- s/l solo-anemia TIA!
Complete thread -- No. ER physician
Complete thread -- Capitalization question help, please. :) sm
Complete thread -- no, he's making it possessive: attending's side
Complete thread -- I'd "assume" it was on the attending surgeon's side ...
Complete thread -- I've always typed it out too. and, like the super/subscript, a lot of companies don't use
Complete thread -- Maybe "base"
Complete thread -- I always type out degrees in ortho
Complete thread -- can degree symbol be used in orthopedics? I was always told no. Did they change it?
Complete thread -- check Rummel ?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I also see Rommel cautery. NM on this one. I'll flag since enough other blanks.
Complete thread -- carotid endarectomy note. I'm beginning to wonder if this guy just can't
Complete thread -- We used a wet umbilical tape and a *rah-mull* on the proximal common carotid
Complete thread -- Some bleeding from the *attendings* side of the arteriotomy closure.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- probably cut-out pillow
Complete thread -- suggested he get a cutout *pale* for sleep apnea
Complete thread -- good grief: allows the fluid from the mucous membranes in the middle ear to drain away.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- you're welcome. It was tough but I caught the Duke part and googled from there.
Complete thread -- ideal body weight
Complete thread -- control blood pressure and maintain _____.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks so much... would not have heard it by myself I don't think
Complete thread -- as demonstrated by
Complete thread -- giving her a (Duke...) low Duke treadmill risk score.
Complete thread -- functional capacity _________ 9.6 METs with exercise
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No EKG changes and no arrhythmias given her ________.
Complete thread -- with rate conduction ??
Complete thread -- there now
Complete thread -- no wav yet?
Complete thread -- at a rate of 47 _____ conduction and evidence
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- saying ...Sevelamer, insulin, and then I don't know.
Complete thread -- hydralazine 25 mg daily, _____ insulin, metoprolol 50 mg daily
Complete thread -- well done!
Complete thread -- The dictation was "she had the tip of the Broviac snap off and
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree -
Complete thread -- Too bad the OP flagged.
Complete thread -- Wait -- maybe angiographic catheter? (Just occurred to me!)
Complete thread -- ...Bentson wire and a 5-French open-ended *intragraphic* catheter. Please
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- 600
Complete thread -- Hounsfield unit was between *six* and 800 units. Type as 600 or is it 6?
Complete thread -- snapped off (snap off and was noted does not make sense)
Complete thread -- Nexium 40, Advair Diskus
Complete thread -- Don't know but she's saying Nexium 40
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- estradiol, Nexium, and ______.
Complete thread -- risk assessment?
Complete thread -- s/l risk(s) to me. can you lengthen the file just a tad as it cuts off at the blank.
Complete thread -- and today a carotid Doppler was performed.
Complete thread -- sounds like the doc misspoke and meant 'Doppler' was performed
Complete thread -- sure carotid Dopplers We also have to use 70% to 99%, might need to check
Complete thread -- certainly assess his preoperative ______.
Complete thread -- moderate stenosis, and today, a *carotid* was performed,
Complete thread -- brady syndrome or _______ bradycardia
Complete thread -- yes, of course check first, but no need to get excited(!!!)
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- that's what I meant by "if you have the ability" - I know a lot of us don't.
Complete thread -- yep, we don't use those at all for that very reason.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- poor arrhythmia? (something arrhythmia, s/l poor or pro)
Complete thread -- yep.. lots on Google for proarrhythmia
Complete thread -- s/L pro rhythmia
Complete thread -- I hear. "the tip of the Broviac snap off and was noted to be embedded ..
Complete thread -- endothelialized
Complete thread -- mp3 instead
Complete thread -- if there is any ______ with exercise
Complete thread -- noted to be embedded in the right atrium that was _______.
Complete thread -- it is not 'better' to superscript or subscript unless she knows that the printers
Complete thread -- inTRAventricular (not inter)
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- presently not bronchospastic, who presents now
Complete thread -- ...asthma, presently not bronchospastic, who presents now for followup
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- iYour way is OK, but if you have the ability to superscript the 9, that's better.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- asthma, ______ followup
Complete thread -- Just the way you have it written.
Complete thread -- 110/60 with a resting heart rate of 68 and regular, 100%
Complete thread -- conduction delay
Complete thread -- How do you express 10 to the 9th?
Complete thread -- BP: 110/60 Heart: 68 bpm and regular _____
Complete thread -- and interventricular _______ is otherwise within
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- without sustained
Complete thread -- countersunk
Complete thread -- I think you are right.
Complete thread -- tapped in place slightly ________. At this point then
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- symptoms of palpitations ______ tachycardia
Complete thread -- I see it cap'd more often than not.
Complete thread -- Metavir. Upper or lower case? -nothing in archives
Complete thread -- could it be endplate thickening. Osteophytes? I didn't hear the sound file.
Complete thread -- This wav isn't there.
Complete thread -- in view of
Complete thread -- screw was used, ________ soft bone.
Complete thread -- tapped in place slightly _________. At this point then
Complete thread -- could it be disc debris?
Complete thread -- I heard something about thickened also but can't make complete sense of it
Complete thread -- thickening thickened beginning I'm hearing different things each time I
Complete thread -- cartilaginous endplates. _________ osteophytes were resected
Complete thread -- and gritty firm _________ was extending posteriorly
Complete thread -- Ativan 0.5 every six IV *p.m.* and that just
Complete thread -- He is on *kims with covered* Synthroid 100 mcg daily
Complete thread -- was identified ________ spinal needle,
Complete thread -- compression, as well as _________ disk disease
Complete thread -- a grommet is NOT a drainage tube. :/
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- duh, A to P screw (as in anterior to posterior). Whew.
Complete thread -- scary, but you can buy Synthes screws on Ebay?
Complete thread -- s/l ada-peace interlock screw? (nailing tibia fx)
Complete thread -- maybe he's just saying coccydynia pain
Complete thread -- can you hear episodes?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- combination of both she reports improvement in her symptoms
Complete thread -- combination of both she reports ___ her symptoms
Complete thread -- combination of ___ she reports ___ her symptoms
Complete thread -- with a combination of _____ her symptoms. She reports occasional shortness
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- you got it right - Pancrease (with a capital P) is pancrelipase
Complete thread -- Tp takes s/l pancrease *pan cre ace" and Fosamax.
Complete thread -- 'suppose she gives a rats behind what you agree with sista
Complete thread -- She was having intermittent s/l segments of weakness and mild confusion.
Complete thread -- pain more akin with?
Complete thread -- She is describing pain ____with the spinal stenosis, i.e., pain with standi
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- anybody???
Complete thread -- small central subligamentous disc herniation __ L2-3.
Complete thread -- Yup, but I cant find on google
Complete thread -- coccydynic?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- "coccydenic" pain
Complete thread -- hearing MDS
Complete thread -- Can you listen in and tell me if you hear MDS or MDF. Thanks
Complete thread -- The helpers on this board do not make the rules for YOUR account/client.
Complete thread -- that make sense as I found polyneuropathy and peripheral neuropathy, but not together as
Complete thread -- It's usually worded "peripheral polyneuropathy."
Complete thread -- Is "poly peripheral neuropathy" acceptable? Why isnt it in archives and no good ref
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. That sounds very right
Complete thread -- I think it might be "through," meaning diagnosed by.
Complete thread -- In addition she had evidence of right sacroiliitis ___ provocative testing
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- got it vagi
Complete thread -- possibility that this may be due to some interference with the (s/l vay-guy)during he
Complete thread -- LOL...I hear those bulgarian cysts are painful :)
Complete thread -- Zimmer even caps "Liners" but that's common for those websites to cap everything. In the
Complete thread -- nvm, it was ovarian!
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- I don't think I'd cap constrained liner. Trilogy Longevity though.
Complete thread -- http://www.zimmer.com/content/pdf/en-US/Trabecular_Metal_Acetabular_Revision_System_Cement
Complete thread -- According to the Zimmer page, all are capped, but the Zimmer page is
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. Would you make the correction or flag for this dyslexic FNP?
Complete thread -- MCH and MCHC "belong" there.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Found "pelvicaliectasis" (sounds like word combo gone bad!). nm
Complete thread -- pyelocaliectasis?
Complete thread -- Left kidney demonstrates mild to moderate s/l papsicle ectasis. nm
Complete thread -- CBC results
Complete thread -- Trilogy Longevity Constrained Liner--is the C and L capped as well? See inside, too,
Complete thread -- or...without much ado?
Complete thread -- It is, but some doctors are better at it than others. Like night and day, trust me.
Complete thread -- as per my usual, I found it as soon as I posted: to-do
Complete thread -- Without much to do (as in, without much hassle). Is it to do? Not finding
Complete thread -- I agree with Darlene (something I almost never do - lmao).
Complete thread -- agree with early (not really)
Complete thread -- fasciculation is not seen on gross exam; it's subtle
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll flag the second one as I can't be sure.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Any non-monetary gifts?
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I just never heard it before and was unsure.
Complete thread -- So have I, but to poke inside the knee with a needle just seems kind of "mean"
Complete thread -- lines could make sense. clip applier was introduced maybe?
Complete thread -- Two questions on lap chole op note. Doc is fading in and out just a bit. Please
Complete thread -- PlasmaButton™ sm
Complete thread -- I have heard "needled" before to mean to poked with a needle.
Complete thread -- why isn't superior and inferior adjectives for pubic rami fractures?
Complete thread -- sure s/l needled. ?
Complete thread -- Well, it's pretty much the perfect negative finding to follow previously stated positive
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tissues being 'needled?' Never heard this before.
Complete thread -- No, we don't. I'm just saying "I bet" that's it, as it fits perfectly w/context and s/l.
Complete thread -- Finding another incorrect example doesn't make it right.
Complete thread -- Right - should be ramus. Good example/explanation of grammatical construct!
Complete thread -- however, we don't know if the doc was still talking about the gait, do we?
Complete thread -- agree (drainage tube actually
Complete thread -- left superior and inferior pubic rami fractures and a possible right sacral fracture.
Complete thread -- I've heard it mostly dictated with Parkinson patients (festinating gait), but you're right
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops...button grommets (no and)
Complete thread -- (google button and grommets)
Complete thread -- it is grommets
Complete thread -- Ramus is acting as an adjective to fractures.
Complete thread -- i hear "a calcific" and the blank is "that" came off.
Complete thread -- Whoops will wait till other wave is answered. Maybe you can figure out the wav "grommits"
Complete thread -- He has had a history of ear infections and ___ (grommits?) were
Complete thread -- But you wouldn't say right and left "legs" fracture, though.
Complete thread -- ramus 1 - superior and inferior 2 rami
Complete thread -- agree & sharing "some" related hard to find terms for future
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- First blank was: a ____ aortic stenosis. Not sure about calcific because I hear an S
Complete thread -- left superior and inferior pubic "rami" fractures. That should be ramus, right?
Complete thread -- I bet you're right. New word for me -- thanks!
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- festination would be my guess based on your s/l
Complete thread -- has been?
Complete thread -- answer was Orudis
Complete thread -- make sense as is? "For the last five weeks, she is complaining of significant abdomin
Complete thread -- Fasciculation makes sense, twitching, but it sounds less like it than vacillation does.
Complete thread -- why?
Complete thread -- Bet that is it. I am going to flag it. He really says fascination!
Complete thread -- no, that wouldn't make sense
Complete thread -- vacillation (google: vacillating gait)
Complete thread -- fasciculation has to be it. He is just saying it really oddly.
Complete thread -- fenestration
Complete thread -- Sounds exactly like fascination. I know I know this~
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- changes on x-ray and *egg roll* with bursitis possible SLAP tear resolved
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- S/L "really" to me ??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- seems like he'd be referring back to something he already said.
Complete thread -- I get paid hourly plus a sliding-scale incentive for lines over minimum. Time+1/2 for OT.
Complete thread -- We get 1/2 extra line rate for OT where I work.
Complete thread -- s/l early tricuspid atresia
Complete thread -- I would like her toavoid the ____for at least the next three months. She will try a
Complete thread -- Have any of you received incentives for working overtime, or staying within
Complete thread -- but it is probably tracking,
Complete thread -- med s/l lanza
Complete thread -- nevermind... even though spellcheck didn't like, I did find in Onelook dictionary
Complete thread -- says it again for next finding
Complete thread -- s/l unsensed?
Complete thread -- I would do: she has been hiking, trekking, but has not....
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! I'll relisten.
Complete thread -- NM, I decided to go with it.
Complete thread -- Could be tracking if she is tracking wildlife.
Complete thread -- She has been hiking *tracking* but has not been out since getting sick. Please sm for
Complete thread -- got it - "small Q's"
Complete thread -- Underlying abscess needs to be drained for *guided therapy.* Please
Complete thread -- ESL doc, no idea what he means, plse sm
Complete thread -- Protrusio acetabuli is an uncommon defect of the acetabulum
Complete thread -- Severe degenerative arthritis of her the hip.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "to the side" ?
Complete thread -- Internal rotation _____
Complete thread -- impingement signs with no ______ tenderness
Complete thread -- tip for you: you can google "at the end of the day"
Complete thread -- ?infection
Complete thread -- alpha 1 globulin
Complete thread -- labs for possible SAPHO syndrome. S/l "alkaline" globulin, not sure
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- wow. That amazing (I tried and couldnt find)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it was a great guess, but I could not hear it. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- pterygopalatine (google maxillary nerve fossa)
Complete thread -- entrainment?
Complete thread -- confirmed by *en tray ment* of atrial flutter circuit
Complete thread -- you can't hear somatization? I thought that was a pretty good guess.
Complete thread -- "teargofaltin" fossa or "tircompaltin" fossa
Complete thread -- okay I flagged. Yes, you are right he says that expression a lot, at the end of the day
Complete thread -- at the end of the day is a commonly used phrase.. see msg
Complete thread -- how about "somatization"?
Complete thread -- I don't get the vacation part, but "end of the day" makes sense - it's like "all in all"
Complete thread -- not really, and I don't understand "at the end of the day" ?
Complete thread -- symptomatic "vacation". Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- she did...the chart mentions colon polyp.. (i think he changed his mind)
Complete thread -- She did ______ colon polyp in the past.
Complete thread -- thank you, oscar and fgjjg
Complete thread -- I *think* I can hear "bilateral surgery on the knee --?-- by Dr. McBride"
Complete thread -- Sorry, too much background/humming/buzzing. I can't get anything out of that.
Complete thread -- Ertaczo
Complete thread -- arthroscopy right knee, bilateral ___________by Dr. McBride
Complete thread -- van Lint
Complete thread -- got it, 0.75 cm
Complete thread -- how to type three-quarters of a centimeter??
Complete thread -- Sorry. Got it.
Complete thread -- I'll wait
Complete thread -- Very sorry, I saw the wav and postings after it but did not look at the details.
Complete thread -- complain of chest pain during _____ the stress test.
Complete thread -- retrobulbar and modified *van lynn* fashion
Complete thread -- :(
Complete thread -- s/l ertaxol cream for ringworm.
Complete thread -- .... But my wave was not answered yet
Complete thread -- She did ______ colon polyp in the past.
Complete thread -- I'll upload a longer wav. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Might be "debridement" in there, but the wav starts at the blank so I can't tell.
Complete thread -- arthroscopy right knee, bilateral ___________by Dr. McBride
Complete thread -- Found Earle under "sign"
Complete thread -- nubbin
Complete thread -- nubbin?
Complete thread -- He's saying Thyroid Armour, but it's actually Armour Thyroid.
Complete thread -- s/l earl's test of finger or hands
Complete thread -- supernumerary digit. she has tiny 2 mm s/l nuban on pinky
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Levemir, NovoLog, multivitamins, valsartan, hydrochloroth ...
Complete thread -- backformed from torsion.
Complete thread -- Doc making up a word, but "torsing" basically means "twisting".
Complete thread -- Good hemostasis was noted and the testicle was delivered back into the ...
Complete thread -- He is clearly dictating *plasma button* in two places. Thanks. I have ...
Complete thread -- Trademark shows Plasmatrode resectoscope electrodes...
Complete thread -- *plasma button* ...
Complete thread -- A 24-French sheath was placed through the urethra into the bladder wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for elaborating. I suggested it for the archives. In the context given, I felt it
Complete thread -- pt had ABGs but FIO2= pt on mechanical ventilation, so is a "setting"
Complete thread -- s/l? *colitis on onelook
Complete thread -- agree with contour. It can be felt but not big enough to change contour.
Complete thread -- ? infectious colitis sm
Complete thread -- Not sure if hearing or reading? there is allRight™ Curve. 3 (Boston Scientific) sm
Complete thread -- INfectious disease
Complete thread -- agree. contralateral =opposite side sm
Complete thread -- That might have been contour
Complete thread -- I would T4-5 and T5-6 levels.
Complete thread -- T4-5, 5-6 levels? Not sure how to write it.
Complete thread -- unsure - will flag I think
Complete thread -- short for contralateral?
Complete thread -- s/l contra abnormality??
Complete thread -- maybe bilateral atelectasis?
Complete thread -- Mild diffuse ......was noted. As a result of the ... the lung, there were some
Complete thread -- Fatty liver changes were noted. Mild diffuse _____ bilateral ________ was noted.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for your help.
Complete thread -- lol fgjjgj
Complete thread -- but I would flag the 2 sentences before this one.
Complete thread -- oh, didn't read this. I think you are correct for this sentence
Complete thread -- I (changed to ) With valgus stress with a few degrees of flexion,
Complete thread -- right 4
Complete thread -- listen for "right" 4 - mine says left 4, right 4... or left 4.5, right 4.5.
Complete thread -- Cardiology - type of catheter
Complete thread -- I think I did get the last part right. I am still unsure of the word "on" I added and the
Complete thread -- An inferolateral portal was established. The knee was inflated with no ...
Complete thread -- then oscar, you don't live in the south :)
Complete thread -- yep, that
Complete thread -- an Elantra - Hyundai brand cheapo.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- or maybe in a Ranger (I think there's a Ford Ranger?)
Complete thread -- lawn chair? (though I don't know many people with a lawn chair in the back seat)
Complete thread -- he was a back seat passenger in a s/l launcher
Complete thread -- when researching eyes I see mostly arterial when it comes to attenuation in the eyes.
Complete thread -- immediately?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks to those that tried. flagging.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- or "apparently" ?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- consider: "promptly" rather than "appropriately"
Complete thread -- not sure when it would be "appropriate" to take a good hit to the head though
Complete thread -- might just be me, but no wav there. Suited up is a phrase for putting on
Complete thread -- no wav yet, but "suited up" sounds right.
Complete thread -- s/l suited up
Complete thread -- its really not clear, i flagged it
Complete thread -- ABG was 7.48, 37, and ??, on 33% FiO2. s/l "and two one twenty two"
Complete thread -- ulcerative colitis, history of right chest decortication and partial _____________,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Apriso
Complete thread -- Albuterol via nebulizer p.r.n., meclizine, Ultram, __________, Namenda, lisinopril
Complete thread -- K-Combo
Complete thread -- topical antiinflammatory for plantar fasciitis
Complete thread -- Morgan, what's the sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch to all helpers!
Complete thread -- Yes, you're
Complete thread -- Just got your answer now that I posted the wav. Thanks though
Complete thread -- That makes sense then. She still has some physical characteristics of it.
Complete thread -- hidradenitis 'stigmata' correct? Wav posted
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much!! I have no idea why Googling, Mentler M.D. in FL got no results
Complete thread -- Context posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- finding Ellie K Mentler
Complete thread -- Ellie Mentler MD?
Complete thread -- I'd flag that. no 'over'
Complete thread -- ahh, thanks!
Complete thread -- There's just hidradenitis suppurativa. Maybe means has stigmata (physical signs) of the
Complete thread -- There's just hidradenitis suppurativa. Maybe means has stigmata (physical signs) of the
Complete thread -- O2, recently had double pneumonia.
Complete thread -- She wears home O2 ______ for her double pneumonia
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Dr. dictates 'hydradenitis suppurativa' first, then 'hydradenitis s/l stigmatum'
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ends with "by Ace wrapping them (ACE is medication).
Complete thread -- probably FENa
Complete thread -- Cannot find a Dr. "L-E Mendler" (Mentler?). Possibly a plastic surgeon or PCP? Most
Complete thread -- I would say the *fee ah* responds likely to metolazone
Complete thread -- white count is a little high at *twenty over twelve*
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- both legs __________ ACE wrap. She states that __________ left hip
Complete thread -- you might want a dictionary. See OneLook dictionary link above.
Complete thread -- home O2 *looped* for her double pneumonia
Complete thread -- a low-powered motorcycle? A person who is always negative?
Complete thread -- is what moped or mope head?
Complete thread -- Is it moped or mope head? Lots of hits on googe for both. TIA
Complete thread -- no commas per BoS. might be an acct spec tho
Complete thread -- Jeffrey Allan Reyer, D.O.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I used that function as well with 0 results. She is saying Jeff, however. Ty
Complete thread -- I put the name in the doctor lookup (above) and nothing comes up with that.
Complete thread -- PCP is Dr. Jeff Rayer (spells last name) in Pennsylvania. I cannot verify due to IE/
Complete thread -- I think he started to say mi (maybe midodrine) then changed his mind to ProAmatine
Complete thread -- folic acid, lactulose, ________, Corgard, Aldactone, and Senokot.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Cancer Staging T2 N0 M0 G3 R0?
Complete thread -- flatter is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- flatter?
Complete thread -- little bit _____ because of drying
Complete thread -- silicone oil?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Could he mean as in "more matte"? That would make sense in this
Complete thread -- ok ........guess so ....thanks anyway
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- little bit *matter* because of drying
Complete thread -- 2nd ends with superotemporally and superonasally but there is 1 word before that.
Complete thread -- I do MT for a neurologist who treats many migraine patients and
Complete thread -- with _____, then two further trocars were placed _________and
Complete thread -- I've heard of anxiolytic, but migrainolytic sure sounds like made-up word to me.
Complete thread -- 0.25 mg?
Complete thread -- yes, a paced rhythm.
Complete thread -- pls suggest
Complete thread -- See inside.
Complete thread -- 60 bpm *was *paced*
Complete thread -- help with sentence
Complete thread -- aspirin 325 mg daily, Synthroid _____ mg daily, spironolactone - need confirmation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks - thouoght so
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks! I knew i should know it but couldn't pull it up!
Complete thread -- choana
Complete thread -- s/l coin-a in the nose
Complete thread -- There would have to have been limited . .
Complete thread -- pacing mode . .
Complete thread -- ventricular leads. _____ mode, MVP 60,
Complete thread -- would have ______ limited range
Complete thread -- As far as ____ concerned,
Complete thread -- 82-year-old female with recurrent hernia
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- creatine?
Complete thread -- s/l tree-a-teen
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- out
Complete thread -- She has dyspnea while putting s/l out the trash. out/up? thanks.
Complete thread -- activities that involve striking the area
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- activities involving striking the area?
Complete thread -- He has two prominent K-wires that are underneath the skin in the pad o ...
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- FLACC
Complete thread -- Pain scale for a toddler, sounds/ like "flag scale" or "flax scale"
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, billybob!
Complete thread -- mediastinoscopy.
Complete thread -- ...umbilical hernia repair, cholecystectomy, ______ with biopsies,
Complete thread -- The doc is reviewing patient's records, including s/l "QSDE" report from chiropractor
Complete thread -- pommel not capitalized.
Complete thread -- probably Youngstown, see msg
Complete thread -- vault, the running down the runway...
Complete thread -- high level gym training in s/l Yuston (NJ area)
Complete thread -- In our discussion, it was felt that high velocity forces on the wrist ...
Complete thread -- *cannot diagnose
Complete thread -- In other words, can't start off with "cannot diagnosis" and end with "cinch the diagnosis
Complete thread -- I would go with your 2nd example.
Complete thread -- I think "and the fact that...does not clinch the diagnosis" is another clause.
Complete thread -- thank you lb!
Complete thread -- Thank you imo!
Complete thread -- a little wordy, but I think it is okay. (but I'd comma after diet),
Complete thread -- I think there needs to be a period somewhere, maybe after IgA deficiency.
Complete thread -- or just plain old "routine"....
Complete thread -- does this make sense as written? Please see message...
Complete thread -- guillotine
Complete thread -- well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit. you're right!
Complete thread -- google "endocrine axes" for references
Complete thread -- Thank you for your time. I'd seen that as well, but hard to be certain. I think I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Me neither, and I've been doing this doc for 3 years.
Complete thread -- 1 axis 2 axes, could be, but I've never heard of ROS being defined like that...
Complete thread -- yep, both can be spelled too many ways, but I did find:
Complete thread -- Does axes make sense here?
Complete thread -- nothing there, but thanks
Complete thread -- thank you again f g j j g j! You are a amazing!
Complete thread -- Might help?
Complete thread -- she has hepatitis B
Complete thread -- A *shayfer mayer* appliance would not work well due to lack of movement in the MPJs.
Complete thread -- I'm kinda leaning toward ... "for this and also a repeat..." ??
Complete thread -- s/l poo-tee incision (radical nephrectomy)
Complete thread -- what is wrong with the patient? what kind of ultrasound?
Complete thread -- I have organised a repeat ultrasound for ___ and also a repeat ultrasound in six mont
Complete thread -- STS - soft tissue swelling ?
Complete thread -- Thank you f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- mild s/l STS
Complete thread -- supported
Complete thread -- trial of gabapentin 100 mg twice daily, as this has been ____ in the literature
Complete thread -- in the past report it was heard and transcribed as 118, not necessarily was doc said
Complete thread -- Must be. I may be thinking of the phrase referring to a
Complete thread -- to do something like this
Complete thread -- We will plan to ____ this in the next several months.
Complete thread -- ballistic capabilities -- (who knew!?)
Complete thread -- ?treating
Complete thread -- Thank you Oscar I appreciate it!
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- please tell us what happened to the ankle
Complete thread -- Ah, finally heard it: Functioning flawlessly.
Complete thread -- Mechanical AVR. *Functioning flow asleep.* Trace AI only. Please sm for
Complete thread -- Ankle. The first word I thought I heard "ballistic"
Complete thread -- so clear now
Complete thread -- I can now hear "as done by ED" thanks to your help. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- maybe "as taken by ED"?
Complete thread -- as per standby ED (standby emergency department)??
Complete thread -- I hear capabilities for second word. What type of exam/problem/area of body?
Complete thread -- with residual right-sided weakness
Complete thread -- Orthostatics are negative *as stan bye-ee-dee.* General appearance... (please sm for
Complete thread -- six years ago with _____ right sided weakness
Complete thread -- We will be aggressively working on his strengthening and ___ over the next four weeks
Complete thread -- "sitting" doctor?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- they sell these things called Adjust-a-Lift heel lifts, maybe doc is simply saying dial-a-
Complete thread -- He has been given a s/l "dialalith" heel lift.
Complete thread -- slashing through ... (sounds painful) and cutting around the
Complete thread -- We irrigated the _____ of the pelvis
Complete thread -- then _____ with the use of Metzenbaum scissors and cutting _____ the
Complete thread -- Thank you also cp and #3! I appreciate it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j! I thought I did too but in past report she said 118, so I was
Complete thread -- check out "Carpentier" ring.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- sound likes180
Complete thread -- Tricuspid valve repair with a s/l Kaponchi ring.
Complete thread -- 180 is what I hear.??
Complete thread -- does anyone hear hemoglobin is (?180 or 118)?
Complete thread -- maybe 1 state away.??..Gonzaga University, Spokane Washington
Complete thread -- I will flag...thanks.
Complete thread -- "and acetabular roof at the source heel"
Complete thread -- Does last sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- maybe someone knows this in Oregon
Complete thread -- LOL - actually, I just got some new earbuds that really made a difference! and they're
Complete thread -- you are seriously amazing f g j j g j! Thank you soooo much!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- are quite thin.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- got it,
Complete thread -- s/l pTa NX pathology...sm
Complete thread -- His bowel habit is normal with daily bowel actions, although sometimes these ____
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying f g j j g j!
Complete thread -- hard to tell. all I hear is "he is (cutoffsound) able. There is something before that...
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- There has been no associated history of haematemesis and he is ____ to swallow his sa
Complete thread -- lol, you Australians must be bad with geography too.
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j!!!!!
Complete thread -- Serbia
Complete thread -- He is going back to ____ for three months and I would be happy to catch up with him o
Complete thread -- ahh less is more. I was doing "throw fatty embolism"
Complete thread -- google: "throw an embolus"
Complete thread -- Thank you I only found one reference when I googled it
Complete thread -- yes. Just his way of saying he had a fatty emboli, passed an emboli
Complete thread -- Pt with hx of pleural effusions and femoral fx. Cardiologist thought tp had "thrown"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- makes sense though, those little dimple things in the knuckles. I've heard many
Complete thread -- s/l divots but not seeing that it applies in dict.
Complete thread -- yes i caught that thank you :D
Complete thread -- love it!
Complete thread -- only if "and" was removed
Complete thread -- how about ; year; and, at this point, ....
Complete thread -- you know you have "renal renal" in there?
Complete thread -- YOU are awesome.
Complete thread -- precipitating?
Complete thread -- what is he saying?
Complete thread -- Multifetal pregnancy is counted as one in terms of gravidity and parity. Abortus is the nu
Complete thread -- An awesome (and hilarious) punctuation/grammar book -- "Eats, Shoots, and Leaves."
Complete thread -- always let us know what kind of diagnostic study this is
Complete thread -- reboost: repeat loading dose
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ganglion?
Complete thread -- evaluation.
Complete thread -- He had a *ganglia* removed
Complete thread -- never forget rule #1 of transcription...
Complete thread -- was up to his six month _______. He still has
Complete thread -- medical definition of concretion...
Complete thread -- might be dictator specific "word" for rebooting, reboosting (re production of) but
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Have a new QA. Before I was never marked for punctuation!
Complete thread -- There are a couple of ways to punctuate your sentence, but be careful
Complete thread -- s/l concreted= solid
Complete thread -- what is proper punctuation here? At one time, I read that you comma before and after
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- so as to combat this, the plate
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- so as to ________ plate was then
Complete thread -- concentrated?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- placed before doing so
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- tendon ____ was identified (missing word in there?)
Complete thread -- as follows L4 and S1 left-sided
Complete thread -- tissue. _______ was identified
Complete thread -- The results were _____ for an S1 left-sided radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- wav does not match
Complete thread -- Listed under meds: *Naproderm* cream and Voltaren gel.
Complete thread -- Blue towels were placed to ______ to reduce the amount of
Complete thread -- hard **concreted** mass
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- phlegmon.
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve (he spells wrong; this is correct) injury
Complete thread -- osteoporotic
Complete thread -- got it. surfactant
Complete thread -- s/l herfactant or refractant
Complete thread -- Listening again maybe it is "osseo product", though not sure, cant find excellent reerence
Complete thread -- got it "no swelling in her legs"
Complete thread -- clearly dictates "osteo product compression fracture" but cant find on google good
Complete thread -- Left ankle _____ with unstable syndesmosis. ...
Complete thread -- "sore in the hair legs" does that make sense or am I hearing wrong?
Complete thread -- Patient with osteoporosis: Bone density due in August. As her ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- low-impact-type
Complete thread -- low impact-type activities? Hypen?
Complete thread -- WAG- shin or any
Complete thread -- I think he means "metabolic" ...
Complete thread -- Neoplasm
Complete thread -- a guess geographic/geography pattern of skin involvement
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sorry, nothing rings a bell at all with that word either.
Complete thread -- s/l je-neffa-knee.
Complete thread -- Can't find it because it isn't a word, but I have no idea what the heck your doc might be
Complete thread -- Extremities: Denies any genephany, calf pain, erythema, or tendernes.
Complete thread -- I think it needs a flag. read the inside message of the last post in the thread.
Complete thread -- does patient have living children?
Complete thread -- could be twins in there?
Complete thread -- Not sure if I should flag now since MD mentioned G2, P2 twice in report.
Complete thread -- Well, I guess she could have had 2 stillbirths before 20 weeks' gestation
Complete thread -- I knew it was something like that. Thank you both so much.
Complete thread -- SAB-spontaneous abortion, but that makes her G4. flag the G2
Complete thread -- SAB (spontaneous abortion)
Complete thread -- OB Hx: G2, P2, with s/l 'FCD' or 'SAD' x2.
Complete thread -- thanks, checking it out!
Complete thread -- Yep, that certainly fits.
Complete thread -- I was just going to suggest that
Complete thread -- http://www.bernsteinmedical.com/hair-cloning/acell-extracellular-matrix/
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. Usually I hear "Heiss" retractor. Not sure if he is mispronouncing
Complete thread -- found Kliners alar retractor in Stedman's but probably not the right one.
Complete thread -- I may have heard "don't put it off on me" once or twice in my lifetime but never would
Complete thread -- ?search ACell in trademark link. look at numbers 3 and 4
Complete thread -- For open carpal tunnel release, s/l "Klice" retractor (as in lice)
Complete thread -- it is what it is.
Complete thread -- Not having any luck finding this. thanks see message
Complete thread -- glad you knew the answer.
Complete thread -- I googled just what you had, moderately ....
Complete thread -- I must be having one of those days... I googled. I guess the junction/junctional
Complete thread -- I googled and came up with: (so yes, makes perfect sense)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- "puttinf off on" meaning blaming it on
Complete thread -- I didn't see anxiety as a diagnosis,
Complete thread -- a " guess" meprobamate tranqulizer. management of anxiety,
Complete thread -- topiramate?
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping, nothing jumped out - had to flag and send.
Complete thread -- see if anything jumps out at you:
Complete thread -- see msg.
Complete thread -- metformin not capitalized (generic). I see a med of sorbitrate but it was discontinued.
Complete thread -- Med list:
Complete thread -- what is the word in front of that ?
Complete thread -- Thank you as well !
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no need for complete, just 1 or I, 2 or II. easily understood question.
Complete thread -- List of meds s/l mirbatrate
Complete thread -- I see it more as 1, 2, 3.... and not so much for I, II, III.
Complete thread -- complete sentences please
Complete thread -- dysphagia II or dysphagia 2 diet? I see it both ways. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i hear slow
Complete thread -- There is ____ right atrial rhythm.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- axillary
Complete thread -- ethambutol
Complete thread -- Nonweightbearing status with bilateral (s/l) exelate crutches. sm
Complete thread -- 3. History of pulmonary tuberculosis, treated in the past with INH, rifampin, _______
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- See inside for how I would do it.
Complete thread -- looks like the distal suggestion fit.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I went back and forth and ended up with that!
Complete thread -- lie.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would do this
Complete thread -- comma needed in sentence?
Complete thread -- lay or lie?
Complete thread -- Vertessa trademark listing, see link.
Complete thread -- Thanks, will flag.
Complete thread -- I believe he's slurring (very quickly) distal aspect. SMH
Complete thread -- Thanks for all suggestions, but none of them fit what he is "saying/slurring." Appreciate
Complete thread -- sometimes they say fracture dislocation?
Complete thread -- sounds sort of like aspers, assers. He sort of lisps.
Complete thread -- distal portion?
Complete thread -- distal end?
Complete thread -- I found it as Vertessa™ Lite (
Complete thread -- I don't mean to beg (or rush), but this is a stat and I'm desperate.
Complete thread -- comminuted fracture s/l of dispatch of the left clavicle appears to be maintaining
Complete thread -- Adding it to mine as well!
Complete thread -- I do O/G quite alot. Keep notes on these things.
Complete thread -- How did you find that? Googling "verteesa lite" does not produce anything.
Complete thread -- there are significant (not is) and comma after lateral aspect, as well as...
Complete thread -- Verteesa Lite mesh (Caldera Medical)
Complete thread -- exit wound is correct (where the bullet came out) Is that the question?
Complete thread -- Moving along...thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Im finding Alyte mesh used in colpopexy, so now just need to figure out what she is saying
Complete thread -- lateral aspect as well as the _____on the medial aspect
Complete thread -- Finding Ventralight mesh or Ventralight ST mesh?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- OP: Sacral colpopexy. D: The s/l "vertassa lite" mesh was then passed into
Complete thread -- Illicit substances not elicit. be consistent on q.72 h. (no space after q. but space befo
Complete thread -- oh wait, i see he is saying that on the utox, so yes, it is noroxycodone.
Complete thread -- but what he means by that is anyone's guess. I'd flag it, never guess on a med.
Complete thread -- noroxycodone is what he is saying, and fentanyl is generic, not capitalized.
Complete thread -- fentanyl, ____(neurooxycodone) and oxycodone (would that b neurontin-sm for meds take
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me - the dosage was based on her weight.
Complete thread -- thanks,
Complete thread -- Overweight lady with multinodular goiter. She is going to have a thyro ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can you hear paucity (insufficient quantity)
Complete thread -- s/l paussy
Complete thread -- got the end--based on its body surface area. SM for what I'm still stuck on.
Complete thread -- I hear about 3 Z-scores based on ____ of this area but am still
Complete thread -- Can't get the whole end of this sentence.
Complete thread -- you are right. I kept hearing brief :)
Complete thread -- stat read for possible intervention
Complete thread -- granulitis
Complete thread -- The patient was unsure. He will contact primary care and radiology fo ...
Complete thread -- followup of his "gratinitis"? Excision
Complete thread -- yes its correct. I got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- he is still "stooling??? " over his wound
Complete thread -- I think a comma both before and after "which." Agree with passthru on the second one.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much both of you. I think you are right
Complete thread -- rent= tear nm
Complete thread -- you need to stop with year after year sick obsession with Darlene. Leave you alone.
Complete thread -- we don't always pronounce things the same way as a doctor does,
Complete thread -- (if you are unfamiliar with something, it doesn't mean the doc is wrong)
Complete thread -- pronounced MY-gruh-tory OR my-GRATE-uhree
Complete thread -- ? pain and maxillofacial fracture reconstruction
Complete thread -- I'd say its something about 'facial' fracture reconstruction since he's talking about the
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, but she didn't pronounce right, so wanted to see if I was miss
Complete thread -- followup for "palpational" or "tempational" seems simple, but I am totally
Complete thread -- migratory?
Complete thread -- ..will have rheumatological eval, as she does seem to have s/l myagratory discomfort
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I tried, but couldn't hear distinctly enough to give a guess sorry
Complete thread -- visible nodules and ___(s/l pits)
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- dependent, hanging it down.
Complete thread -- the leg is a "dependent" position or "deep bending" position or something else??
Complete thread -- per Stedman's: circle of Willis ...
Complete thread -- Circle of Willis or circle of Willis?
Complete thread -- That sounds better. Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I did not see the last comma before I sent it and left it in.
Complete thread -- no, not the last one.
Complete thread -- would you keep that last comma? I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- comma after instance IMO
Complete thread -- not sure on 1. on 2 take out the interrupter anthen punctuate. sm
Complete thread -- Is the punctuation okay on this sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I would as you have it in both sentences
Complete thread -- zealot- An excessively zealous person; fanatic
Complete thread -- Do you put commas before the which in the first sentence and before the but in the
Complete thread -- Tp states she became s/l a zelata of AA.
Complete thread -- There is PLENTY of "CONTEXT" provided!
Complete thread -- fluid wave?
Complete thread -- Patient with sickle cell crisis and history of splenectomy. P ...
Complete thread -- ok, hear that too
Complete thread -- pumpkin flavor?
Complete thread -- It's there now.
Complete thread -- No wav?
Complete thread -- She is allergic to almonds, orange, pumpkin _______, and shellfish.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I understand that. I have a few dictators like that and they start to try my patience if I
Complete thread -- It did sound like that but I couldn't verify anything. Then again,
Complete thread -- I relistened after the helper suggested atrial and thought it "could have" been that, but
Complete thread -- Maybe its "pumpkin flavor", although the word "orange" is weird to me.
Complete thread -- gotta sound file?
Complete thread -- I flagged it.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: She is allergic to almonds, orange, pumpkin, *flavor* and shellfish.
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say Saccharomyces. /nm
Complete thread -- Med s/l cibromycetes 500 mg b.i.d. (??)
Complete thread -- Might have gone with "atrial." It's hard to
Complete thread -- true, as they all do.... but, I do like to help, late or not.
Complete thread -- What's your point? I'd say the op has moved on.
Complete thread -- absolutely!
Complete thread -- I know I'm late, but someone deleted the file, so I can't listen.
Complete thread -- I posted that. What more context do you feel was necessary? nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sometimes not enough (like today) Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Forget that. I hope you are paid well for transcribing this guy!
Complete thread -- suggest: doubt a "neoplasial" cause
Complete thread -- maybe "short" but I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- ...or atrial clearance of the prior emboli.
Complete thread -- Has to be that. Muchas gracias!
Complete thread -- torsade(s) de pointes?
Complete thread -- Emergency cardiac surgery, s/l "tosad depontis"?
Complete thread -- Recent followup CT had not shown any new emboli or _________ clearance of the prior
Complete thread -- thanks for listening and the feedback.
Complete thread -- I do think that makes more sense, though, and if he's not known for making up words, you
Complete thread -- I actually wondered about that and tried to hear it. Maybe he's kind of dropping the
Complete thread -- I hear esophageal but wasn't sure. The pt has left-sided chest
Complete thread -- s/l aphagial but don't think that's a word. Maybe in reference to aphagia (inability to
Complete thread -- Consider pericarditis, though suspicion is low. Doubt any ___________ cause.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. It was low albumin (I just figured it out when reposting)
Complete thread -- Bosworth
Complete thread -- correct.
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- Not just you. Nothing there, but post was some time back, so maybe it was since removed.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything but don't hear anything in wav either so might just be
Complete thread -- Right elbow surgery, *bars-worth* release. This is in list of PMH.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks!
Complete thread -- 1. Congestive heart failure secondary to congestive heart failure __________
Complete thread -- Yes, synonym for tear
Complete thread -- no it wasnt darlene
Complete thread -- Correct use of "rent"?
Complete thread -- Correct use of "rent"?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Beginning from the neck of the gallbladder, sharp dissection using the *melon*...
Complete thread -- Scotchcast
Complete thread -- sugar-tong splint with s/l scotch glass TIA!
Complete thread -- It does sound like that. Surely not a stingray barb (in hip bone?). Who knows?
Complete thread -- s/l barb ?
Complete thread -- Flagged. ...
Complete thread -- It was then grasped with a Kelly clamp and slowly rotated on the bone ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- consider: SSEPs
Complete thread -- agree with ombudsman
Complete thread -- fludarabine therapy?
Complete thread -- The patient has chronic lymphocytic leukemia and requires IV access to ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, that cut/paste is just confusing and I was being lazy, but
Complete thread -- By using ADVAIR Diskus, you will not need to use a spacer such as an aerochamber.
Complete thread -- Advair HFA s/l AERO
Complete thread -- got it! Third course! Sorry - thanks
Complete thread -- If you google the term with "nursing home residents," you get a lot more info than that.
Complete thread -- ack, never mind, it's giraffe - thanks anyhoo
Complete thread -- it might also s/l drost forceps - thanks
Complete thread -- target sites???
Complete thread -- sinus surgery s/l trost forceps -this is not the best s/l, but it's the best I can do
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- context was provided
Complete thread -- resistance to elevation, 5/5 strength, and does not have...
Complete thread -- I'd comma before good resistance to finish out that sentence. SM
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? Not 100% sure of comma placements.
Complete thread -- graspers & forceps
Complete thread -- . We were not able to advance the meat through the esophagus into the stomach sm
Complete thread -- context. ugh
Complete thread -- TIA - transient ischemic attack. Bio - biological or bioprosthetic
Complete thread -- I'd just leave a blank after fully for the dictator to
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. The doctor knows what he means.
Complete thread -- probably fully dilated
Complete thread -- Would you send that to QA?? ...
Complete thread -- Verbatim. Clearly dictates she was fully *comma* head was at spines... ...
Complete thread -- She was fully what?
Complete thread -- anterior asynclitism
Complete thread -- thanks, lb - new one for me... something new every day!
Complete thread -- She was fully, head was at spines to spines +1 with pushing with some ...
Complete thread -- I have ONE doctor who says it all the time and he's a neurologist.
Complete thread -- Sclerae are anicteric. Nasal mucosa unremarkable.
Complete thread -- Sclera is anicteric. _______ are unremarkable.
Complete thread -- Thanks, lb!
Complete thread -- I'd never heard that term before.
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- google semiology of seizures
Complete thread -- try this?
Complete thread -- He says it again, this time in this context...
Complete thread -- the *dysimiology* of his seizure was generalized tonic-clonic seizure... Please
Complete thread -- I'd have not thought a thing about it being capitalized, but...
Complete thread -- wow, and googling san pen - hospital was 1st suggestion - that was too easy.
Complete thread -- good guess, oscar. but with no context whatsoever...
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- I know, right? All these posts with zero context and disappearing OPs.
Complete thread -- Saanich Peninsula Hospital
Complete thread -- BC, Canada
Complete thread -- why is it so hard to get context or more information. We don't know where you are? Can
Complete thread -- sounds like the name of a facility in abbreviated form. check local hospital names
Complete thread -- s/l Sann penn
Complete thread -- I bet that is it as the pt does have depression, but he is so far
Complete thread -- maybe anafranil but he is reading off a list and thinks the 'fr' is a 'd'??
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I couldn't find anything either.
Complete thread -- I've tried spelling what he is..and came up empty on google
Complete thread -- TERRIBLE audio.... wow.... sounds like he is trying to spell whatever it is
Complete thread -- jail cell?
Complete thread -- Include aspirin, naproxen, ___________, vitamin B12.
Complete thread -- in the jail???? kinda lacking some meaningful context.
Complete thread -- I think i got it - Finacea
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Thank you both for posting.
Complete thread -- It does sound like tight.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- X-rays in the *jail scale* demonstrate (knees)
Complete thread -- bio short for bioprosthetic - whether you expand short forms or not is account specific
Complete thread -- with no context whatsoever, I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess "ombudsman"
Complete thread -- can you give us the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- history of *bio*-AVR without
Complete thread -- s/l..ahm-blidg-man for nursing home residents...nm
Complete thread -- Finding the Sinskey (hook) is used for that. Not like your s/l
Complete thread -- Appears to have a live trademark, yes.
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery s/l sabo
Complete thread -- tight
Complete thread -- Anyone? Thoughts?
Complete thread -- Aspiration of left L5-S1 facet joint was negative, ____ joint.
Complete thread -- Ok, 2nd hit has Subchondroplast procedure (SCP) trademarked, so maybe no cap needed?
Complete thread -- Can't find subchondroplasty in my Sted's, but google search seems to have it trade-
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- SCCP's were obtained. sm
Complete thread -- We put her in *vah-silly damberg* insoles. I'm googling around and
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- did receive radiation... is a native of Poland (he just says "eh, eh" a lot)
Complete thread -- try ziprasidone (generic for Geodon)
Complete thread -- I've had docs dictate similarly. If you hear it clearly at that spot, go with it.
Complete thread -- questioning the word sub in this sentence. Typed correctly?
Complete thread -- She repeats later. Saying "liner wear."
Complete thread -- Rt knee status post TKA with concerns for "whiner wear."
Complete thread -- receive ______ radiation to the localized spots. She is _______, but
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- oops pls ignore
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- finger-nose-finger, heel-to-shin
Complete thread -- poor heel-to-toe / but / Tandem gait
Complete thread -- cerebellar, finger-to-nose ___, rapid alternating movements are intact
Complete thread -- excursion. ____ not wide based or ataxic. The patient uses a cane. ____ was not
Complete thread -- Cerebellar ____ are intact. ______ normal and the patient
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- On second listen, I think he is correcting himself: when he was working...
Complete thread -- on metal
Complete thread -- his right middle finger. He sustained a crush injury on ___when he wa ...
Complete thread -- graphesthesia
Complete thread -- Vibration sense, proprioception, and ____ are all intact.
Complete thread -- Cigarette use 20-pack years, still working on the s/l
Complete thread -- Probably vat pressures.
Complete thread -- No drug use ______.
Complete thread -- stumbling and saying "no more than."
Complete thread -- He is working checking s/l bat pressures at the creek basin. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1. She was advised to continue physical activity as tolerated graduall ...
Complete thread -- can these two statements be said about the same person
Complete thread -- His heart rate was noted to be elevated at ____ beats per minute.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can this be what?
Complete thread -- On inspection of her spine, there appears to be decreased cervical lor ...
Complete thread -- is an environmental science major and a rising sophomore.
Complete thread -- I hope you'll post the answer. May be helpful for the archives
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Two separate fascial defects, one adjacent to the umbilicus and one ju ...
Complete thread -- got it! Event recorder
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- Florinef-like??
Complete thread -- And maybe Florinef-like other? Can be used for hypotension. Maybe diagnosed by the
Complete thread -- First one ProAmatine
Complete thread -- seeing van Velthoven?
Complete thread -- V-Loc - can you give more of the surrounding sentence?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- OP note - prostatectomy -- sounds like "VanHoeten" V-Lok running anastamosis was
Complete thread -- That's right--I do a lot of trials, and "in all comers" is correct.
Complete thread -- I think you have it. SM
Complete thread -- s/l in all comers
Complete thread -- YW, no problem!
Complete thread -- Ty. I saw in BoS where the hyphen was required, after I had posted. ;)
Complete thread -- Not only leak of medium...but:
Complete thread -- correct, they are 2 separate diagnoses.
Complete thread -- in fact, OP never came back, so
Complete thread -- IF there was a DVT in that leg. OP never said one way or the
Complete thread -- white cells greater than 5 per high-power field
Complete thread -- How to transcribe "white cells greater than 5 per high power field"?
Complete thread -- I agree with passthru, if you read it as , ultrasound on (the) DVT leg, (was) showing no
Complete thread -- ?strange wording, but maybe pt had a prior DVT in that leg?
Complete thread -- good point
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, you are right transitional was change
Complete thread -- no... ultrasound for DVT makes more sense.
Complete thread -- need some commas between all those 11-12, 12-1, 1-2, 3-4, 4-5
Complete thread -- probably thick. Check wording on "transitional"
Complete thread -- "sick?? " lumbar vertebra. Makes sense?
Complete thread -- I'm flagging it and putting them as 2 separate diagnoses.
Complete thread -- Could RN be iron?
Complete thread -- V/Q scan showing a low probability for PE. Doppler ultrasound s/l ...
Complete thread -- displaced cage and pseudoarthrosis (please see message)
Complete thread -- Definitely coal. I am wondering if not "R&P" Coal.
Complete thread -- oops now see PA
Complete thread -- man or woman and what state? are we sure on "coal?"
Complete thread -- Pt is a retired s/l RN Field Coal worker. (This is in PA. S/l RN field or arnteel)
Complete thread -- inspissated? nm
Complete thread -- agree with blurring of the vision, sinus congestion, sinus infections, or itchy
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's not "She denies" because s/l "or" itchy eyes (not "and")?
Complete thread -- s/l sinus infections to me
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: She lists blurry vision, sinus congestion, ___infec ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- degree of cervicobrachial myofascial pain
Complete thread -- He did report a significant ___ of cervical brachial myofascial pain
Complete thread -- New for me too! Thanks!
Complete thread -- You look ridiculous in this thread.
Complete thread -- go ahead
Complete thread -- I tried twice, but cant get it. Can I upload my wav or should I wait a bit
Complete thread -- maybe hanging cast and (if it is pronounced "co-ap") coaptation splint.
Complete thread -- melanoma
Complete thread -- a coaptation splint
Complete thread -- Coloxyl, Normacol and Movicol and is now finding it too stimulating to ____.
Complete thread -- orthopedics - plan... "perhaps a (sl) hain cast or (sl) coap splint." sm
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense. Learn something new every day!
Complete thread -- Would guess "Varian Trilogy unit"
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- "tree lodge" might be triage, but I dunno about ah-varian - maybe "
Complete thread -- Effient??
Complete thread -- sounds to me like a "unit" in the hospital, the floor name, or wing of the hospital
Complete thread -- Squamous cell cancer of oropharynx. ESL with very thick and heavy Asian accent.
Complete thread -- please help, any thoughts would be appreciated
Complete thread -- Sezary
Complete thread -- Given the current angina, he is doing very well but is, however, on ___, aspirin, Va
Complete thread -- Maybe OP thought it was an acronym, LEEK, not a vegetable.
Complete thread -- and acronyms that sound like words - LEEP, PEEP, BOOP, etc.
Complete thread -- and there ARE weird terms out there, like joint "mice".
Complete thread -- doubled down on someone's "limited" knowledge.
Complete thread -- That's right - asking is never stupid. We all learn new things daily in this business.
Complete thread -- if they say I as the letter I (eye)... it is a suffix and lowercase. IF they use number
Complete thread -- or try picturing a discography...discography, contrast medium is injected
Complete thread -- I'm the one who found the word! lol at limited knowledge
Complete thread -- Usually M1 (number 1 not letter I)
Complete thread -- try googling it like this: spine discography leak
Complete thread -- SHHHHH....that's too loud.
Complete thread -- Don't worry about it. At least you asked! At least you're thinking!
Complete thread -- consider: accessory cells
Complete thread -- ?huh
Complete thread -- patient with not as yet identified lesions on hands and forehead....
Complete thread -- dunno. I tried googling leak with discography and couldnt come up with anything...
Complete thread -- C'mon OP... you got both blanks within 10 minutes of posting. How about acknowledging?
Complete thread -- how on earth could a "leek" apply here?
Complete thread -- Since a "leek" is a long thin onion-like vegetable, I would say "leak" is correct.
Complete thread -- Is leak the right word here? (it would not be leek, right?)
Complete thread -- I'd not be throwing such big stones in that all-glass house Darlene.
Complete thread -- ohhh groan-nnn. you just like to argue, limited knowledge
Complete thread -- Tx
Complete thread -- It is one of those most popular docisms They think it is appropriate to stick 'ed on the
Complete thread -- yes, that's correct
Complete thread -- re: syncopized
Complete thread -- IT IS COMMONLY USED
Complete thread -- IS SYNCOPIZED A WORD?
Complete thread -- (you didn't find it - I did!)
Complete thread -- I didn't see YOU offering that little gem. YOU gave her the generic, like the
Complete thread -- Myfortic (mycophenolate sodium; Novartis). read up huh?
Complete thread -- add Myfortic to your list
Complete thread -- Myfortic
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- No. I do not need to read up anything. Hopefully the OP will use her
Complete thread -- dangerous: perhaps you need to read up a bit, you didn't.sm
Complete thread -- in cancer classification, all suffixes are lowercase
Complete thread -- wha??? my-CO-fen-O-late sounds nothing like MY-fon-ic
Complete thread -- agree. steal=stealing of blood from forearm arteries."(steal phenomenon)
Complete thread -- A. you don't know that is for rejection and B. you don't know if that is an shortened fo
Complete thread -- Stage T1c N0 Mi or MI
Complete thread -- more word/terms to use to hunt your s/l
Complete thread -- I think just stumbling. i.e. require follow-up MRI
Complete thread -- might google types of allografts for spinal fusion
Complete thread -- (what's a barrel pit?)
Complete thread -- into the parapet before...
Complete thread -- I think it is s fine, sm for what it IS
Complete thread -- steal (google fistula steal) - not sure on the other s/l.
Complete thread -- I have a doc from India that dictates ratios "is to" (e.g., 2:1 is "two is to one")
Complete thread -- IBU is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) - the generic is ibuprofen
Complete thread -- how to find for next time? google.com organ anti rejection med.
Complete thread -- tier (google butrans tier)
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, please see inside.
Complete thread -- NM, short note and sending in now.
Complete thread -- exophytic cyst
Complete thread -- butrans is a "Tier 1" or TR 1 medicine
Complete thread -- *crylers* foot exam normal.
Complete thread -- yep, agree & purchase (in this sense) means to grasp or hold
Complete thread -- mupirocin ?
Complete thread -- cyst on liver
Complete thread -- S/L mupitocin nasal spray 2%. Patient has recurrent sinus infections.
Complete thread -- medication sounds like 'mifonic; I am totally
Complete thread -- Spinal fusion: Allograft in the form of s/l sa-len-tra
Complete thread -- I am leery to say. I've never had that usage of IBU before and I'd be hesitant
Complete thread -- would you flag that? it would make sense with a patient who has pain
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ibuprofen can be abbrvd as IBU. but ???
Complete thread -- absolutely. talking about the screws being able to obtain purchase in the bone
Complete thread -- I never heard of the expression "purchase" used in this context. Is that correct?
Complete thread -- medications: "eye-beyu" I was wondering if that is how IBU is pronounced and if it m
Complete thread -- I went with none of the above - made 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- Punctuation ideas?
Complete thread -- Given the above, I have recommended a C2 to 2-3 posterior fusion.
Complete thread -- pain is "selo occipital" in nature.
Complete thread -- thanks, kitty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Stamm
Complete thread -- Coreg?
Complete thread -- barrel
Complete thread -- s/l stam ?
Complete thread -- THANKS - they want it to be spelled out to zero now - it just looks weird.
Complete thread -- THANKYOU
Complete thread -- NM
Complete thread -- It's 0-135 degrees (unless from...to is said - ranges section of BOS).
Complete thread -- This is based on BOS 2, but you obviously need to go by your acct specs & company rules
Complete thread -- No. In your example, 0 to 135 degrees is a range of degrees, meaning 0 to 135 is correct.
Complete thread -- **Should clarify, if zero (not any number) stands alone, it is spelled out.
Complete thread -- So zero to 135 degrees would be correct?
Complete thread -- If number stands alone, it would be spelled out. Ranges are arabic.
Complete thread -- Range of motion - should it 0 to 135 degrees or zero to 135 degrees?
Complete thread -- MVA....car went into s/l barrow or barrel pit on highway. TIA!
Complete thread -- I hear "like including." Also, he's saying "some" activities.
Complete thread -- Benign enlargement of prostate, no malignancy. s/l *Require up* with follow-up
Complete thread -- looking for a med that sounds like "kolred" or "cholred"
Complete thread -- especially with activities that he is doing, ___(5:43)cleaning, riding his bike.
Complete thread -- thank you-how do you know it is tendinitis and not tendinosis?
Complete thread -- Maxillary Le Fort I multi *teeth* osteotomy. ...
Complete thread -- i hear myxoid, not mixed solid
Complete thread -- s/l cove-uh-steel is applied. TIA!
Complete thread -- am i hearing correctly
Complete thread -- i would do 2
Complete thread -- tendinitis
Complete thread -- By the way, "as well as" never creates a compound subject and never affects
Complete thread -- s/l ballpeeno sign. Talking about a possible spider bite. SM for more.
Complete thread -- Level ___(2 or II)impingment and _____(tendinisis??)
Complete thread -- indentation?
Complete thread -- mass overlaid the scapula
Complete thread -- The mass was _____ with scapula in the left upper back and had been ma ...
Complete thread -- I'd be curious to know. PAs and NPs can be so scatterbrained.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I was thinking of some equivalent to "hygiene"
Complete thread -- All I can think of is perfusion or circulation but nothing like your s/l.
Complete thread -- "He does have some poor dentition on his toes, but he states that he
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for that added info. Will make a note of it for the future.
Complete thread -- is there a double subject? what is before "and?"
Complete thread -- "The team captain, as well as his players, is anxious." Example found on grammar
Complete thread -- She has an allergy to lidocaine ____ being (?) local...
Complete thread -- Thanks. It truly does not sound right. That's why I was unsure. Thanks for the comma tip.
Complete thread -- I think so because "bronchial lavage" is actually the subject. I'd separate the
Complete thread -- not a medical question, but term from world war II (see msg)
Complete thread -- and bronchial lavage as well as transbronchial biopsies was obtained.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- try drainage angle.
Complete thread -- not like your s/l, but chamber?
Complete thread -- s/l drainy angle (sm)
Complete thread -- I wouldn't assume a thing on this one since nothing makes much sense LOL
Complete thread -- maybe above he said and, comma, genital herpes?
Complete thread -- At the end he just referred to "genital herpes" so that is wha ...
Complete thread -- ok, with that hint, i listened and he is saying transverse tarsal joints...THANK YOU nm!!
Complete thread -- or common genital herpes? not that makes any sense, but...
Complete thread -- That was my thought but it didn't sound like that - but this probably ...
Complete thread -- congenital herpes?
Complete thread -- as in rubber shod clamp
Complete thread -- Infectious disease
Complete thread -- sorry for the incoherent post. She is numbering the history, but thanks.
Complete thread -- I will assume he means pregnancy #1, C-section? 25 (weeks?) 223 g (weight)???
Complete thread -- Google says transverse tarsal but I can't listen to wav right now.
Complete thread -- Past GYN/ONC history
Complete thread -- Wish I could send a wav. I'm probably just going to blank it again! Thanks!!
Complete thread -- something foot joints?
Complete thread -- no, it's not rubber shodded. Thanks though :) He repeats this in several reports..
Complete thread -- rubber shodded off....?
Complete thread -- not your s/l but repositioned?
Complete thread -- transverse .... joints (can't get what joints)
Complete thread -- WAV sent. The subtalar and _____ are supple.
Complete thread -- yes - exactly s/l roe-bee-showed. (sorry I originallycopied and pasted from an SR report)
Complete thread -- is it like "roe-bee-showed"??
Complete thread -- more details
Complete thread -- Maybe if we knew some more details? Where are we in the body? What's the procedure?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can't make any sense out of her mumbling though, so I flagged it.
Complete thread -- We freed up the portion of the catheter and s/l Robichaud it off the proximal portion
Complete thread -- Alagille syndrome and Williams syndrome are possibilities that fit with those dx.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 6 months old with VSD and pulmonary stenosis
Complete thread -- cannot catch enough to even begin to guess?
Complete thread -- yep, might wanna try reinstalling your medical dictionary. i can't think of anything else
Complete thread -- Maybe if we knew some more details? Pt's age, history, symptoms?
Complete thread -- i tried that, and i get the same error message. this is why it is so frustrating.
Complete thread -- or:
Complete thread -- I just figured him out. Thanks you are right. ...
Complete thread -- open paren (meaning open parentheses)???
Complete thread -- thanks for link.
Complete thread -- i have used it for years. i can't imagine what would suddenly change and why whilst i am
Complete thread -- several dictations doctor is saying s/l "open prin."
Complete thread -- try this (see link)
Complete thread -- to rule out ____ syndrome.
Complete thread -- please post sentences before and after
Complete thread -- You wav is very unclear.
Complete thread -- you do have medical spellcheck program installed right? I would suggest reinstall
Complete thread -- while i am typing, all of a sudden every medical words gets a squiggly underlined as
Complete thread -- ___________ metabolic syndrome
Complete thread -- I hear "CRP [stop] All markers..." but that'd be a fragment if he "stops" after CRP.
Complete thread -- wave is staticky and jumpy...and too short.
Complete thread -- thanks. I was thinking so too. I only see medial or lateral. Plus, ...
Complete thread -- Sounds to me like the doctor misspoke? see link
Complete thread -- please need to send.... Any guess would be appreciated
Complete thread -- toe collateral ligament
Complete thread -- slightly raised CRP. ______ markers of nonspecific inflammation.
Complete thread -- no... but thanks for the guess. Will give a blank
Complete thread -- got it ...Outerbridge
Complete thread -- The patient is status post left knee arthroscopy with partial medial meniscectomy as
Complete thread -- WAG but unable to find his lab on storage anywhere? nm
Complete thread -- Or possibly.... sm
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- Puracol Plus AG with s/l try and roll or trian roll gauze. Context inside. sm
Complete thread -- blank s/l sorium
Complete thread -- I've heard valves referred to this way: aortic position, mitral position
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure what joint is being ranged (ROM) sm for 1 example of "side" could mean
Complete thread -- maybe saying "internal rotation slash external rotation" since there are 2 values for ext?
Complete thread -- several corrections - please note
Complete thread -- Thank you for the responses. I had sent it on with a blank.
Complete thread -- Internal rotation **side**
Complete thread -- Sorry. Answered below. Ignore post.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- He is not grossly pale, ________.
Complete thread -- or prosthetic?
Complete thread -- aortic porcine valve?
Complete thread -- starts to say he is just... then sound messes up and goes onto temperature.
Complete thread -- complete?
Complete thread -- sounds like a problem with the audio at that point
Complete thread -- I will post in a bit. Just leave yours there for now.
Complete thread -- 61-year-old male with inguinal hernia.
Complete thread -- sorry. pls post again your wav. we both posted simultaneously. ...
Complete thread -- We have _____ point where we can proceed treating her wrist. ...
Complete thread -- He is not grossly pale, ________. Temperature 98.2
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- S/L---- TPMA----- is normal
Complete thread -- s/l help guide us in decision making about how to manage...
Complete thread -- to see if we can relieve her discomfort and ____ some decision making
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient with colonic polyps
Complete thread -- of long duration
Complete thread -- that require strenuous exercise ______ including basketball.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Got the last one--she responded very well to increasing the enalarpil. Still stuck on 2nd.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- has a history of...
Complete thread -- a few blanks. thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Dr. Hsu had restricted her from strenuous ____ sports, but she allowed her to do
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- hydatidiform mole
Complete thread -- yes, nitroglycerin(e).
Complete thread -- abn pregnancy, D&C--final pathology showed complete s/l segative formal? thanks.
Complete thread -- Calculated QTc?
Complete thread -- just wanted to say I listened and have no idea either. didn't want you to think
Complete thread -- Medication for chest called "nitro" or "nitryl"
Complete thread -- The staining was stabilized with boric acid powder which was blown int ...
Complete thread -- After pulling a little bit harder, there was a small 5 x 5 mm skin tea ...
Complete thread -- ENT Excision of chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis
Complete thread -- ____ QTc is 463 milliseconds, but the manual QTc is 441 milliseconds.
Complete thread -- I'll listen with that in mind. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- vascular involvement
Complete thread -- Stat and stuck on word. Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- As an ex-Nursing school student, can confirm that it's definitely Chux.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- the pulmonary veins are seen to DRAIN only into the
Complete thread -- The pulmonary veins are seen to ____ into the left atrium.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged it.
Complete thread -- never mind, sending with blank
Complete thread -- and noncoronary cusps.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- right and noncoronary cusps
Complete thread -- I don't think slowing makes sense, particularly with a gradient
Complete thread -- It is tricuspid but has thickening of the right ____ coronary cusps.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- high takeoff of the
Complete thread -- minimal s/l fatrengation of right inguinal vessels
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is a good suggestion...I will relisten again....
Complete thread -- crurally? check spelling
Complete thread -- There was also _____ of the left coronary artery immediately above the sinotubu
Complete thread -- s/l cr??ly
Complete thread -- Found this but not sure if it helps.
Complete thread -- okay thanks
Complete thread -- tri-est might be part of it
Complete thread -- s/l...C-try-esp..sm
Complete thread -- Thanks :)
Complete thread -- I would. Since the doc's title is MD, he isn't saying thank you PA Smith and MD Jones.
Complete thread -- Thank you (PA) "Smith" and Dr. Jones, for this consult. Do you say "Mr."?
Complete thread -- Thank you, guys!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- slowing of or slowing in, can't get that little word.
Complete thread -- There is also trivial _____ pulmonary outflow tract with very mild gradient.
Complete thread -- Nah, I think she's too serious to make a comment like that.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Darlene is that you?
Complete thread -- with a "Z" sound on the wazzz also released.
Complete thread -- Found it....*styloid*. THanks for your help ;)
Complete thread -- I would listen for ulnar styloid
Complete thread -- s/l sesamoid was then also release (what i hear)
Complete thread -- Yes! Also..... "nondisplaced ulnar *stolic* fracture fragment".
Complete thread -- Interphalangeal sesamoid with the ' seniles'.....
Complete thread -- listen for DRUJ
Complete thread -- postop nondisplaced ulnar fracture with fragment. The *DAJ* appears well aligned
Complete thread -- No, you shall not make comments without my permission. lmao
Complete thread -- Interphalangeal sesamoid with 'seniles or zeniles' was released.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Ortho has "extended-counter shoe" and "extended steel-shank shoe." Don't know if
Complete thread -- all i could get out of the s/l is extensive, which doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me
Complete thread -- and I never said otherwise either. I could read the thread just as well as you
Complete thread -- I don't think that word really fits, just IMO.
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks to all who tried.
Complete thread -- special ed child "scripting" Is that the right word/spellign?
Complete thread -- dot point two previous.. I think dot point is a colon. dot comma is semicolon.
Complete thread -- Thank you for the generous comment. Thanks for "takedown" too!
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much! I forgot to check for brand name. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Sal-Acid
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- For warts on feet, doc refers to *sigh-lastid* plaster. Please sm for context
Complete thread -- • ______ two previous LLETZ
Complete thread -- You don't get any hits for "tenosynovitis in the flexor hallucis" but over 44,000 for
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- of the tendon, in the tendon, but not and the tendon.
Complete thread -- Never feel stupid. We all make mistakes, and even after gobs of years, I will look back
Complete thread -- Do I feel stupid...(see message)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I'm going to have to flag it.
Complete thread -- s/l "slurring" but I think "slowing" would make sense, as PR interval is a measure of time
Complete thread -- Recommend Arizona style brace for left ankle along with *extendive* athletic shoes.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's definitely the PR segment since it's a summary of what she said earlier, and
Complete thread -- I'd use "of" before
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- on 2nd wave I hear "mild slurring", but referring to ____ segment
Complete thread -- I hear mild something.
Complete thread -- in would fit better. tenosynovitis IN the FHL tendon.
Complete thread -- I'm guessing its some kind of "phetamine" for the bipolar disease
Complete thread -- Podiatry note. Doc says "and," but not sure it makes sense in this context...
Complete thread -- Her EKG shows _____ of the PR segment but no significant delta waves.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'm going to put up a wav of the 2nd time she says it.
Complete thread -- ? marked prolonging?
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. She says the same word again later in the report and it might be a
Complete thread -- marked flaring? marked something...?
Complete thread -- However, there is _____ in the PR interval.
Complete thread -- No one said she had to use parentheses. I just asked. Then the conversation about verbatim
Complete thread -- Thanks! That does sound more like it.
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- I have doctors who dictate every comma and period.
Complete thread -- Senn retractor?
Complete thread -- Frontalis muscle was retracted away from the mass using *sim* retractors.
Complete thread -- I agree. That's how I'd do it too.
Complete thread -- number next
Complete thread -- are they dictating the numbers on the list?
Complete thread -- personally, I see nothing wrong/incorrect with it as you have it....
Complete thread -- numbered med list: *nigh-feh-da-meen* 1 gram b.i.d. (Please sm)
Complete thread -- You don't wear them. .. they lay underneath you. My mom had a number of Chux
Complete thread -- If she wants special punctuation - anything other than periods or commas, she does
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- really? He has there daughters comma ages 12 comma 13 comma...
Complete thread -- oooh, bet that was it, thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't understand that - verbatim simply means word for word
Complete thread -- The lady does on this. I will put them in. It would really help this sentence.
Complete thread -- They're just punctuation marks, like commas are. They dictate the punctuation
Complete thread -- I wanted to but this is verbatim even to that sort of thing.
Complete thread -- see link for Chux underpads
Complete thread -- Can you use parentheses around the
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- How does this punctuation look or would you use ;
Complete thread -- Makes me cringe that "words" like that get into reports - not a word at all, so who cares
Complete thread -- La Cienega? (a street near LA Kaiser)
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put in congenital but underlined it.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put in congenital but underlined it.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put in congenital but underlined it.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put in congenital but underlined it.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I put in congenital but underlined it.
Complete thread -- thanks, sound pretty clear, going to flag it.
Complete thread -- We're verbatim too, but we do fix "slang" and that is definitely slang.
Complete thread -- I don't know what she's saying but definitely can't hear
Complete thread -- there is a Los Amigos but I am unsure if Kaiser has a facility there.
Complete thread -- Only Kaiser I see with "Los" is Los Angeles.
Complete thread -- how to spell decubes - or decubs. Verbatim and cannot change. TIA!
Complete thread -- California - s/l Los Anika
Complete thread -- agree with Chux - used as absorbent mattress pads in hospital
Complete thread -- what's the context for that?
Complete thread -- (oops, meant don't hear congenital)
Complete thread -- I don't hear genetic. ?Functional, maybe?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oblique ? (as opposed to a midline episiotomy)
Complete thread -- agree w/darlene
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- congenital heart disease (wait for others to listen tho) nm
Complete thread -- I only knew because it was on a long list of labor and delivery terms (glossary).
Complete thread -- agree 3 seconds. So what does it mean? sm
Complete thread -- Family history is unremarkable for ______ heart disease.
Complete thread -- s/l...bay-go episiotomy....sm
Complete thread -- Cracks me up when OP says that slowing it down doesn't help them.
Complete thread -- No comma between digitorum and superficialis. Otherwise OK.
Complete thread -- Question regarding where commas should go in this sentence
Complete thread -- oops tumescent
Complete thread -- not helping
Complete thread -- Radiofrequency ablation - s/l tomesin = tumsecent
Complete thread -- Last one almost s/l 14 mm (and) 6 mm?? I would say you need to slow the voice way down to
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- maybe ?short-cutting term leaft/leaflet. sm ****
Complete thread -- yep, heard a lot in cardio
Complete thread -- sounds like it and makes sense
Complete thread -- any mention of cancer? Upper gastrointestinal bleeding from Merkel cell carcinoma.
Complete thread -- salient?
Complete thread -- Learn somethin' new every day on here!
Complete thread -- yep, I hear the willing part too.
Complete thread -- The last one s/l "usually my scenario is 14 days." Maybe changing "I would
Complete thread -- usually my scenario is 14 days, I'd be willing to do 5-7 days.
Complete thread -- s/l sale exposure
Complete thread -- __________ two weeks I would prefer __________ 14 days,
Complete thread -- multi ?s
Complete thread -- They do use Chux in labor and delivery for absorption of amniotic fluid, so guess could
Complete thread -- I saw it referred to as an "incontinence pad" but seems like an OB thing in archives.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- pale woman with some (what, I have no idea) ..... woman, she is ....
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I just really doubt that it was an incontinence pad (who wears those things other than
Complete thread -- a wild guess, s/l "seborrhoeic KA"
Complete thread -- She is a *merkel* alcoholic.
Complete thread -- She is a sick-looking, pale woman, __________. She is hypotensive, but does note tha
Complete thread -- I know it's a lot, but she bled a lot... SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- anterior leaf
Complete thread -- That is over 10 ounces of blood.
Complete thread -- I don't think its an incontinence pad. 300 mL is a LOT. I'd say it is somewhere in the
Complete thread -- I'm going with Chux (can't be an instrument holding that much blood, right?) Thx anyway.
Complete thread -- woman just gave birth... has 300 mL of blood on the "chucks" (is this Chux?) SM pls
Complete thread -- There is mild buckling _____ of the mitral valve that is suggestive of mitral valve p
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear that and you can get a definition of ventricular remodeling or cardiac remodeling
Complete thread -- Can anyone confirm remodeling?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that could be secondary to ______ from his sports and heavy weight lifting
Complete thread -- s/l acivator
Complete thread -- Blood work and _____ ultrasound also came back normal.
Complete thread -- Got it, it's dysfunction
Complete thread -- Sorry, you're right.
Complete thread -- It didn't really sound like that to me, but it makes sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He appears to have recovered very nicely from severe left ventricular ____ function
Complete thread -- I do but wanted to confirm with someone else. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- brachial internal pulses or brachial AND internal pulses
Complete thread -- do you hear "increased work of breathing"?
Complete thread -- He does not have any increased ____ breathing.
Complete thread -- The patient has *s/l* "three pounds" capillary refill.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Oftentimes "never mind" means "I gave up and sent a blank."
Complete thread -- removal of the distal...
Complete thread -- Attention was first turned to remove _____ distal interlocking bolts. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, great idea. nm
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and extended to (or into?)
Complete thread -- and extended to (or into?)
Complete thread -- Are you supposed to make up the headings? If so, I guess you could use Prophylaxis:
Complete thread -- There was a full-thickness tear of the supraspinatus _____ into the an ...
Complete thread -- thank you very much ...
Complete thread -- I agree with the first sentence. Other one: "I don't know his size," she said, "but he is
Complete thread -- Op note. Dictates headings, antibiotics, etc. "Pt. had SCD stockings on"/s
Complete thread -- ________ nidus
Complete thread -- basic english grammar
Complete thread -- Schnyder's crystalline corneal dystrophy listed in Lexicon.
Complete thread -- he has "Schneider ?Crystaline" dystrophy requiring corneal transplant
Complete thread -- good thinking about the initials, but...
Complete thread -- thanks for the info!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Finally found it: Maxitrol ointment. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you for the correction! ...
Complete thread -- Not sure on your s/l, but it is MRSA (w/o 'e')
Complete thread -- After pterygium removal, 'Maxafil' ointment was placed about the eye.
Complete thread -- SInus sutures
Complete thread -- Found it. It is a 'diamond ball smoother'. Thanks
Complete thread -- Pterygium removal. A large 'devon ball' corneal smoother was used.
Complete thread -- s/l DSC or DFC might be DFT=defibrillator threshold (have ICD implanted or tested?)
Complete thread -- perhaps others on the board might have wanted to know? It is not just about you
Complete thread -- Actually she's not mispronouncing, it is very clear, and although she is ESL, like I said,
Complete thread -- My doc is lazy and drops the Hg for mmHg and just says mm.
Complete thread -- exactly as I do - and which I didn't reply before since the OP said nevermind.
Complete thread -- I would use the slash /.
Complete thread -- LOL...unchartered...geesh!
Complete thread -- I hear tricuspid clearly (not mispronounced)
Complete thread -- (it's uncharted, not unchartered)
Complete thread -- ituncharted waters sounds a lot like untread waters
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I figured that out. (That's why I wrote "never mind" below.)
Complete thread -- foreign born Dr., mispronuncing tricuspid i bet, i.e., (trick a fed)
Complete thread -- Hmm, she's definitely not saying that. It's either mm or mL here.
Complete thread -- actually, usually in mm Hg (millimeters of mercury).
Complete thread -- pronation-supination arc or pronation/supination arc??
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's not so clear on the audio, so I wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- I thought gradients were usually mm (millimeters)?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The VSD is noted to be covered by ____ tissue which measures 0.35 cm.
Complete thread -- Are gradients measured in mL? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks from me too!
Complete thread -- Sounds like "uncharted territory" so yea, I'd give it to him.
Complete thread -- Agree, makes no sense (esp. when I look up real meaning of "untread")
Complete thread -- We are in untread waters..doesn't make sense, agree? Unchartered waters, but verbatim
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for returning. Considering the length of time your question remained unanswered, I
Complete thread -- PVR 3.32 Wood units OR 265 DSC
Complete thread -- this page has a BUNCH of cath measurements, maybe you'll have
Complete thread -- I'm glad all my research time the other day was of benefit to you as well as me!
Complete thread -- (I meant "hear" of course).
Complete thread -- thank you very much, wouldn't have got that without your help (can here C zero now)
Complete thread -- C0M1 - this is a rating scale for the esophagus.
Complete thread -- cardiac cath
Complete thread -- gastroscopy, s/l "seezial" plse sm (does not s/l epithelial)
Complete thread -- Also termed “hybrid” units or “Wood” units (not sure what you're
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- There are 2 foramina at each level, so S3 foramina is possible.
Complete thread -- Tricuspid tissue seems to occlude the defect completely.
Complete thread -- Cardiac catheterization May 13, 2013: PA pressure is 50/21, MAP of 31 ...
Complete thread -- Okay, I returned and thanks for that.
Complete thread -- Lol to your answer. I found it hard to Google as well. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- You have it right.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Cannot confirm 'anal bellows' as correct spelling. Is it correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- I would (singular)
Complete thread -- 'S3 foramina was identified' --dictated by MD. Should I edit to foramen?
Complete thread -- and found it in this article too:
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I've not heard of this before, ever, but check the article. Link attached.
Complete thread -- Right shoulder mass.
Complete thread -- I know that. I was hoping it would inspire the OP to return to the board and
Complete thread -- It wasn't so obvious to OP, or wouldn't have posted question.
Complete thread -- Nerve root COMpression is obviously being referenced. Depression makes no sense
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Will just flag.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- effect
Complete thread -- She has tried Naprosyn with a limited s/l effect/affect and has resorted to hydro.
Complete thread -- This is an IME on a lady in CA. The doctor is in Covina. So you have areas of
Complete thread -- compression/mass effect?
Complete thread -- I wasn't hearing your first blank, genetic (which I agree with now), only the second one,
Complete thread -- You're right that I should have, but I didn't.
Complete thread -- I heard Brugada an hour ago but thought surely you'd get it on your own since you had it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yea, what he said ^^
Complete thread -- thanks, kitty
Complete thread -- Brugada
Complete thread -- Oh wow, thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, and the word before short is Brugata
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I hear genetic for the first blank, not the 2nd.
Complete thread -- genetic makes sense (genetic short qt)
Complete thread -- yes,
Complete thread -- appropriately?
Complete thread -- does "depression mass effect" make sense? I think I hear it pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- oops, should be dynamometer, misspelled,
Complete thread -- s/l ring?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks but now I think it might be genetic? Can you hear that?
Complete thread -- systemic?
Complete thread -- ______ workup for _____ short QT syndrome came back negative.
Complete thread -- It's sotalol. He repeats it again later.
Complete thread -- He was started on ______, and his dose was increased recently to 80 mg twice a day
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- did you ever hear of deltoids being referred to as "delts"
Complete thread -- cerumen disimpaction
Complete thread -- medication something like "muplax" or "newplax"
Complete thread -- Thanks. that makes more sense. I guess it would be VITAL SIGNS ...
Complete thread -- "a type of channelopathy" is what I think I hear
Complete thread -- "in the ER were"???
Complete thread -- Vital signs in the ear were 124/84?
Complete thread -- He has a ____ channelopathy likely from either short QT syndrome or Brugada syndrome.
Complete thread -- agree with defer, i thought ? I heard that too, but went with other word
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear that now too. Patient is 17 months. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks, but that's not what she's saying
Complete thread -- sounds to me more like "he will defer the ablation (until)...SM
Complete thread -- Thanks but it's already been sent on
Complete thread -- if possible repost, was already gone. Could be ? defect, a device product name OR an age
Complete thread -- SM (suggestion) rewind and relisten before "sending" you are not used to this dictator yet
Complete thread -- Perhaps a cut off, but I hear "giving the propranolol . . ."
Complete thread -- mom says that he agreed with ______ the propranolol
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This looks like that it may (changes to could, says could twice) be closed by a device.
Complete thread -- I don't hear device (no S sound), but can't make out either blank. Sorry.
Complete thread -- a device.
Complete thread -- This _______ could be closed by _____.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- i also hear that. i thought i must be wrong, but i suppose not.
Complete thread -- s/l 53 to me.
Complete thread -- blood pressure of 98/63 or 98/53? Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- receives oral lessons and tolerates some reading but may lose focus on ...
Complete thread -- I threw something together. Thanks
Complete thread -- Really? My QA would have a cow. He says something like
Complete thread -- Personally, I think it looks fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- this guy says about 3 words. At my new job, we are to "clean him up and make his
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- I'ts the truth, YOU are nasty rude, tactless--you buzz off
Complete thread -- that doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- don't tell me how to give answers and I won't tell you how.
Complete thread -- Buzz off. It is a fact and truth. Anyone who blithely guesses at something
Complete thread -- Incorrect info.
Complete thread -- Simple Google searches pull up plenty of articles showing they are the same thing..
Complete thread -- should be 1.5-1:1.71 as per link above
Complete thread -- I guess 1.5 to 1:1.71 - pl see link
Complete thread -- echo did show the VSD with about a *1.5:1 to 1:1.71* shunt
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- It depends
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I would have done the same thing as you have.
Complete thread -- There are plenty of posters to this board who wouldn't bother.
Complete thread -- Do you put commas around the first who phrase or the 2nd or neither?
Complete thread -- I'd agree with this answer since cigulate definitely doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- I hear bitemporally
Complete thread -- Just wondering, could it be Bi-temporallly? Thanks
Complete thread -- He has metopic ridging and hollowing __ temporally.
Complete thread -- Right, though technically, benign prostatic hypertrophy is a misnomer.
Complete thread -- Of course I would.
Complete thread -- I have, but only 1 doc
Complete thread -- single LATE (Late Assessment of Thrombolytic Efficacy)? That's for people who have
Complete thread -- Cingulate study... see sentence
Complete thread -- plasia/trophy not the point. The point is that benign prostatic hyperplasia and
Complete thread -- Well, I trust Dorland's. If you are not sure, perhaps you need to discuss these issues
Complete thread -- Well, I am not so sure. I'd say they ARE 2 different things:
Complete thread -- In other words, there are NOT two different definitions. They are considered
Complete thread -- well, yes, and hopefully the OP would not take my word for anything and also research the
Complete thread -- as above, it is acceptable to leave the abbreviation, since we cannot be 100% sure what
Complete thread -- They're the same thing. If you look up benign prostatic hypertrophy in Dorland's, it says
Complete thread -- That kind of goes to show how much professional usage influences and sometimes determines
Complete thread -- I'd say they are 2 different things, and to go with what the doc says. If he gives an
Complete thread -- okay...I have never heard a doc say hyperplasia for BPH
Complete thread -- I remember reading an article years ago that hyperplasia is actually the correct term, but
Complete thread -- except it's Rozerem
Complete thread -- sorry no... and I sent already
Complete thread -- I am confused. Depending on which Stedman's I look at, it seems to be one or other =/
Complete thread -- I just realized my shortcut for BPH was benign prostatic hypertrophy and not
Complete thread -- can you hear: bumped up
Complete thread -- Hmm. That's about as close as it gets, I guess. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Rozarem (for sleep) ??
Complete thread -- does "miffed up" sound right though either? not to me
Complete thread -- LOL! me too! Never heard of a guy complaining about his GF wants it every day LOL! usually
Complete thread -- here's the past medical history SM
Complete thread -- So, this PA pronounces Unasyn you-NAZ-olan. I gotta ask, does anyone know
Complete thread -- hehehe, I like the word actually in there. Like, what planet is he on? Lol
Complete thread -- ?miffed (slang term) meaning put in a irritable mood
Complete thread -- thanks! I was hoping it worked that way
Complete thread -- well thank you very much for your guesses :) I appreciate it. I spent time wondering what
Complete thread -- x3 fits better anyway. ;)
Complete thread -- neither words sound right. I'd think it was more like "crept" up, rose up, a word like
Complete thread -- I was told q. is not allowed :(
Complete thread -- unfortunately I can't record...no mic at work :(
Complete thread -- had to share this bcuz I thought it was comical
Complete thread -- Probably not. I just happened by and saw your post.
Complete thread -- Usually if a doc says something like that, I give him q.3 doses (no space between .3)
Complete thread -- if you still have it, I'll give a listen.
Complete thread -- anyone want to voice in on this?
Complete thread -- wondering if it is "mopped" as def has "make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip"
Complete thread -- does anyone think this makes sense? or know what word he means that fits?
Complete thread -- so... as I asked... x3 doses then. Thanks!
Complete thread -- It makes no sense to me. I would think times 3 doses, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- anyone there?
Complete thread -- s/l muffed? mopped?
Complete thread -- how to type "q. 3 doses"
Complete thread -- Vulsellum thank you!
Complete thread -- Hard to say, but some people with CHF take arginine as a nutritional
Complete thread -- med or supplement s/l arguzine TIA!
Complete thread -- Found vulsellum and tumor seizing forceps. (still can't find retractor, though)
Complete thread -- I thought the second word might be "vulsellum" but think those are
Complete thread -- s/l tumor valsalim retractor
Complete thread -- smh @ rude op
Complete thread -- what is the pt being treated for?
Complete thread -- maybe "Xyrem uh"
Complete thread -- Tp overdosed on s/l Zyrima *Zy reema*
Complete thread -- I believe that can be deduced by the clue given -
Complete thread -- and a dry, crusted medial nail groove
Complete thread -- Flagged. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- On physical examination, the patient was noted to have inflammation ar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- an infiltrated
Complete thread -- After induction of IV sedation and local anesthesia, the above noted m ...
Complete thread -- it's pennant
Complete thread -- I'm flattered
Complete thread -- for next time google "types of echocardiograms" there is long list
Complete thread -- I agree, not tactful at all. A kinder phrase is more helpful
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- agree, not fit "exam room perfusion study" let us know. Any number
Complete thread -- If that is the case, I'll take that fluid restriction!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- haha, "Fluid restriction: 1500 dollars per day." :) nm
Complete thread -- seeing some google hits for pennant-shaped tissue flaps?
Complete thread -- APTT, aPTT (activated partial thromboplastin time) Sted's Abbrevs
Complete thread -- Is it aPTT or APTT lab test? I see conflicting results. Thanks!
Complete thread -- that section is in the hyphen rules regarding metrics, not general modifiers as
Complete thread -- MT Desk had the same "penance type" question:
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone
Complete thread -- prounounced form froost
Complete thread -- true - I didn't finish copying & pasting the whole thing. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- forme fruste
Complete thread -- It's the truth.
Complete thread -- sighhhh.... "This represents a change over previous RECOMMENDATIONS in the`
Complete thread -- #2 marginal involvement
Complete thread -- hyphen rules - IF you go by the BOS 3.
Complete thread -- You're not being very tactful.
Complete thread -- It was tagged with ___ (s/l marginal of blood [marge de va devale da v ...
Complete thread -- wow. I guess it is a secret thingy.
Complete thread -- no - between 4.8 cm. porcine ? bicuspid valve?
Complete thread -- Operative findings for aortic valve replacement with bioprosthetic valve
Complete thread -- thanks ...
Complete thread -- Windows Sound Recorder (under Accessories menu) will do it
Complete thread -- What does bd mean?
Complete thread -- program to slice mp3 or wav?
Complete thread -- That is what she said just before (COPD). Can't really get your suggestion. Thanks for
Complete thread -- what is bd???
Complete thread -- the older Combivent inhalers were phased out because of CFCs in the aerosol
Complete thread -- explanation? The sentence before and after might help too.
Complete thread -- COPD. *Excellanation* of the new albuterol was given to the patient.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! and no, it is bd, thank you!
Complete thread -- SM - this is what I'd do with this
Complete thread -- Punctuation help please in the longest sentence EVER!
Complete thread -- i'm thinking maybe detrusorrhaphy? still listening
Complete thread -- s/l joo-jus-orraphy (prostatectomy)
Complete thread -- Please never ever guess on a medical/legal document. That's dangerous stuff to guess.
Complete thread -- very good thought
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- haha, "labeled" (sounds like "libeled")
Complete thread -- length (brackets) labeled distal (close brackets), with
Complete thread -- Barrett's epithelium less then 1 cm in length (___ distal) with smaller proximal noni
Complete thread -- ?sialolithotomy? Don't guess.
Complete thread -- If you are guessing, you have no business doing this job.
Complete thread -- obviously someone has no point whatsoever.
Complete thread -- see mseg
Complete thread -- doesn't matter - he said some word before your s/l. Why argue? Context helps us help you!
Complete thread -- could be extremity, but no info given about where procedure was.
Complete thread -- could be prior lithotomy
Complete thread -- not the point
Complete thread -- doc did not dictate the numbers on the list. FYI
Complete thread -- agreed - before and after sounds can blend in with s/l, even if it's a number on a list.
Complete thread -- you know what...
Complete thread -- gonna guess pyelolithotomy...seems to be closest in syllables
Complete thread -- here ya go... though not sure what that is to accomplish as I gave what doc said
Complete thread -- give the list, please
Complete thread -- anyone have any guess what this might be?
Complete thread -- that does NOT mean that if they say "echo" it is a ultrasound or a carotid Doppler
Complete thread -- PMH list... s/l "thyo" lithotomy
Complete thread -- _____ was attached to the _____ drainage system
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you need a comma
Complete thread -- Do I need "and" in this phrase? See inside....
Complete thread -- I agree with liquefied, and it makes sense - necrotic, mushy, like really old leftovers.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Medical Dictionary gives the definition under "tensor fasciae latae (muscle).
Complete thread -- wish the OP would post .wav again, as you have me doubting my "good ear" on that one.
Complete thread -- (I wonder if Lexiscan is in there, like Lexiscan nuclear perfusion study?)
Complete thread -- I'm familiar with your good ear, so I'm wracking my brain!
Complete thread -- liquified
Complete thread -- you're right about "recovery" now that I read the post again. Did s/l exam room, tho.
Complete thread -- and the wall was actually _____ and the specimen
Complete thread -- number, should such a situation arise, (home office)
Complete thread -- I don't think exam room makes sense...
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hyperemic
Complete thread -- My emergency number _____ situation arise and she will follow up in _____ office on 0
Complete thread -- . A normal _____ response was noted to all digits of the right foot
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like "clot maintained," doubtful.
Complete thread -- pin was bent, Betadine-soaked Adaptic...
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- ? caught and maintained (x3)
Complete thread -- Well, my QA would only take my Sted's as a defense for my usage, so, at this point, I'll
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Multiple ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the wall was actually *liquefied** and the
Complete thread -- I think it could be either one, but I'd vote for proximally.
Complete thread -- and this cartilage was removed with the same...
Complete thread -- notably cyst (?) there was exit on the dorsal cortex...
Complete thread -- phalanx. _____ was made with
Complete thread -- which was notably _____ the dorsal cortex and
Complete thread -- who you gonna trust, me or Stedman? see link.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- BB: Here's the list under tensor-- See inside:
Complete thread -- BB: My Sted's has tensor fascie latae anchovy, but tensor fascia lata (TFL).
Complete thread -- tensor fasciae latae...
Complete thread -- Anyone? It's a stat and need to get turned in. Ty much.
Complete thread -- Can't distinguish if it's proximally or approximately. Please see inside:
Complete thread -- to facilitate venous drainage
Complete thread -- Patient is s/l flipted with her doctors and is between doctors. TIA!
Complete thread -- The right lower extremity was elevated for 5 minutes _____ drainage.
Complete thread -- and consents. _____ elective surgery.
Complete thread -- OPEN * THE GLAULARY* RELEASE SECOND
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would think it's "aberrant"
Complete thread -- the exam room perfusion study (probably means as opposed to study done in recovery)
Complete thread -- s/l a barrel or barrow or abarrow ?
Complete thread -- actually looks ________ and has deteriorated since I
Complete thread -- images demonstrated _______ perfusion
Complete thread -- Patient has pressure in his left ear and hearing loss. The doc does n ...
Complete thread -- The patient is status post breast augmentation and has
Complete thread -- Glad I could help! ...
Complete thread -- you got! I could not understand his z* there, thanks a million!
Complete thread -- Perhaps Lovaza? Per KB benchmark: Adjunct to diet therapy i ...
Complete thread -- s/l lovaldo 2 gm for high triglycerides.
Complete thread -- surgery called s/l genito-urnile penile prosthesis TIA!
Complete thread -- He actually has a distinct pause after "discuss" and then says ...
Complete thread -- could it be "other" as in other plans?
Complete thread -- a small lump and discomfort of the umbilicus
Complete thread -- Patient has postnasal drip. "I did give you a prescription ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 41-year-old male who presented with a small _____ umb ...
Complete thread -- MRI of right hip, no evidence of s/l "lvat lesion" was found.
Complete thread -- yellow...
Complete thread -- An incision was made overlying the mass and dissection proceeded down ...
Complete thread -- Prior to delivery of infant, pt. cervical exam was 4, 70, -3. Any special way/sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- ???
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- thanks!! Since there isn't spellcheck on here, I didn't double check. ;)
Complete thread -- spelled incorrectly, though, Ehrlichia (I know because I was just
Complete thread -- Thank you! That's It!! Learn something new all the time. ...
Complete thread -- Erlichia?
Complete thread -- Yes, I keep listening and it sounds like "alekia" - he just re ...
Complete thread -- Do you have a sound-alike for your missing word?
Complete thread -- or RECTAL:
Complete thread -- or serum serology IgG?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!! ...
Complete thread -- You want esterase, not Estrace.
Complete thread -- Would ELISA serology make sense? ...
Complete thread -- Lab studies
Complete thread -- okee doke :) thanks!
Complete thread -- GU would be fine.
Complete thread -- doc said "add onto GU exam" Prostate exam is normal. ..wouldn't that be rectal exam??
Complete thread -- Yes, it is LTSR. I googled the phone # beside pt's name. Ty for your help.
Complete thread -- ?LTSR-long-term structured residence
Complete thread -- Old reports says Cambria County, but still not sure what LSTR is (and it's very clear).
Complete thread -- Pt resides at s/l Cambria County *LSTR*, at personal care home. (It's in PA.) See in
Complete thread -- i will go with that and underline it. thanks
Complete thread -- Possibly Onglyza if diabetic, but it you can't hear the "z"
Complete thread -- well, its an ultrasound, which technically uses echos, so yeah.
Complete thread -- Onglyza pronounced wrong?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Hydrochlorothiazide, metformin, simvastatin, amlodipine, ...
Complete thread -- An echocardiogram is the same as a carotid Doppler?
Complete thread -- Thanks again!
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- I think he is saying header. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- Oh--so is echo the same as Doppler?
Complete thread -- Thanks! I just went over the note and noticed at very beginning he said carotid Doppler
Complete thread -- i hear 61
Complete thread -- yep, the first is a carotid echo, 2nd is cardiac echo.
Complete thread -- tether??
Complete thread -- He says "echocardiogram" for both these results. Is it correct for the first one?
Complete thread -- The generator was placed in the pocket s/l "heather" side up.
Complete thread -- I don't know what makes doctors think they know how to spell.
Complete thread -- heart rate of 51 or 61?
Complete thread -- would you believe it, my doctor spelled Aleve as Alleve
Complete thread -- I'm glad you asked. I had never heard that before... learn something new every day!
Complete thread -- Google "shoulder season". plethora of answers
Complete thread -- thanks very, very much
Complete thread -- i googled shoulder season - sm
Complete thread -- I don't hear peripheral at all
Complete thread -- not questioning a s/l, it is very clear, but not sure what doc means. sm plse
Complete thread -- I still hear hands but don't really hear "peripheral" - sounds to me more of a "ooshal"
Complete thread -- Just came across another note, and it says 4/4, so will go with that.
Complete thread -- reposted longer wav
Complete thread -- diagnosis of glioblastoma multiforme *for over for.* This pt was...
Complete thread -- sounds like hands
Complete thread -- wav is way too short.
Complete thread -- She had flushing around her peripheral _______ but no weakness
Complete thread -- It is the truth. Don't like it, tough. Why else in the world do they go to such lengths
Complete thread -- agree, they're beating a dead horse with reiterating...over and over
Complete thread -- I don't use pus-like, I use purulent, which is the same meaning as pussy.
Complete thread -- it is the doctor using it and using pus-like is a change in meaning. We don't do that
Complete thread -- and again I reiterate that changes the meaning of what he says. If accounts
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ohms
Complete thread -- all of our accts use pus-like, which is why I said "we" (meaning where I work)
Complete thread -- 250 OOMS...pls see msg
Complete thread -- no need to get excited about it. Obviously, "pussy" looks funny.
Complete thread -- that literally changes the meaning of what it was. I hate accounts that do that.
Complete thread -- I always use purulent, but if it is verbatim "pussy" is okay (MW dictionary - full of pus)
Complete thread -- yep, we don't change mucousy to mucous-like either. The doctor dictates it,
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- it is pussy... just like it sounds. It is not pus-like it is pus, not pus-like. pussy.
Complete thread -- how nice u read rules and gave context
Complete thread -- verbatim or not, we always use "pus-like"
Complete thread -- pussey? discharge? Not sure how to spell?? Verbatim
Complete thread -- No, he is clearly pronouncing as "new." Thanks, anyway! I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Christopher Lau?
Complete thread -- Can't figure out how to spell last name of doctor that s/l "new." Full name
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks much to both!
Complete thread -- entomion - the craniometric point at the tip of the angular part of the parietal bone that
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she believes she personally has fibrocystic disease
Complete thread -- inion is the most prominent projection of the occipital bone at the posterioinferior (low
Complete thread -- entomion
Complete thread -- hyphenate co-diagnosis if your doctor likes that word.
Complete thread -- skull anatomy s/l ** AY - mee - in **
Complete thread -- codiagnosis? no such word
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- copiously passed
Complete thread -- Maybe his minor was in geology! ???? Bah!
Complete thread -- Auerbach?
Complete thread -- it certainly sounds like melange...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Looking for a Dr. s/l ow-bock in Santa Cruz area TIA!
Complete thread -- bilateral lobe...
Complete thread -- mice (loose bodies)
Complete thread -- Bilateral low prostatic tissue was copiously ______ in the bladder.
Complete thread -- osteoarthritis with joint *ice*
Complete thread -- ? whether laser should be used
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- could it be: a next-to-normal lifestyle?
Complete thread -- shallow acetabular s/l melange.... (is that correct?)
Complete thread -- femoral head is obviously not remodeled. (delete "that")
Complete thread -- shallow
Complete thread -- wav posted. She has a s/l shar acetabular s/l melange femoral head that is .....
Complete thread -- k, thought that is what I heard but wasn't sure what it was either
Complete thread -- ..long history of what she believes is "personal" fibrocystic disease.
Complete thread -- extra normal (whatever that is)
Complete thread -- He is leading an _______ lifestyle. He denies any chest pain, palpitations, or dizzi
Complete thread -- prostatic tissue was copiously *advanced* in the bladder
Complete thread -- ok, thanks. That is probably it.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pulse Volume Recording PVR - this is a huge guess!
Complete thread -- to keep it uniform I'd spell out one and semicolon after 5 cm; one is 3 cm; and, there are
Complete thread -- Punctuation?
Complete thread -- there is a pigeon stretch test ?
Complete thread -- segmental pressure test lower extremity ...s/l dvr or tvr TIA!
Complete thread -- hint for next time - illicit & elicit which is it? sm
Complete thread -- name of test - physician exam knee - sm
Complete thread -- yep, it does (insertion of a tube into a body canal or hollow organ) sm
Complete thread -- Tip: Type your s/l into Google and it suggests.
Complete thread -- misoprostol
Complete thread -- medication to induce passage of blighted ovum, s/l mazoprostal? Thanks!
Complete thread -- KPS
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- TOPS-2A? Developmental or academic screening test?
Complete thread -- Awesome!! Thank you SO MUCH!!!
Complete thread -- check out "Cantlie" line - I think that's it.
Complete thread -- Line in the gallbladder, s/l Kanzy's line?
Complete thread -- Blood line draw in s/l RN arm.
Complete thread -- Tp did not receive Cytoxan or Adriamycin given his age
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- strength
Complete thread -- lidocaine and "canon* mouth swish
Complete thread -- Neurologic: Motor exam is 5/5 with the limited ____. (1:52) Sensory exam shows no al
Complete thread -- just repeating himself. showed, uh, um, showed soft tissue density
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can you make out hte little word
Complete thread -- also, not sure why you don't think it's valid
Complete thread -- I wouldn't, seems perfectly clear and fine as is.
Complete thread -- Following multiple chemoembolizations for tumors
Complete thread -- s/l ay-cell for fistula ?
Complete thread -- 79-yo male retired from AVI or ABI or EVI. any ideas?? (New Jersey area)
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you so much
Complete thread -- vetted?
Complete thread -- is "having betted that" the right phrase in context? That is what it sounds like
Complete thread -- The scope was also *intubated* into the ileum. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think "pure cut." There's a pure-cut mode/setting for some
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The verumontanum was then resected with one swipe using *peer cut* onl ...
Complete thread -- Erygel?
Complete thread -- He has been applying s/l*Earla gel* to this area as needed and clobetasol- psoriasis
Complete thread -- THANKS! I'll listen for it!
Complete thread -- Can you possibly hear "horn-like"? sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- More help on this foot file? Thank you!
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- smoking or illicits. I actually give it to them as "illicits" if dictated this way but
Complete thread -- It probably ends in "core" (not "cord") Maybe central nucleated core or something
Complete thread -- no, sorry. I flagged it, thanks
Complete thread -- sound file??
Complete thread -- on ortho report, hand fracture, doc says there is absence of s/l mick-ulz
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ______ valve regurgitation and normal right ventricular pressure estimate.
Complete thread -- sorry - didn't see this until too late, but Billybob answered above!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- denies smoking, illicit drug use.
Complete thread -- thank you, nm
Complete thread -- illicits? not sure if that form is correct??
Complete thread -- approximating
Complete thread -- disc material "proximating" or "approximating" the ventral space
Complete thread -- thank you fgjjg. Can I bother you with one more question. Is "proximates" and "proximati
Complete thread -- I think it is effacing potential
Complete thread -- thank you, fgjjg... I am also confused. Would potential make sense
Complete thread -- how about effacing the ventral ??
Complete thread -- or ventral... i'm so confused with that "abasing" word...??
Complete thread -- sounds more like something potential subarachnoid space?
Complete thread -- although you usually hear it as tubulovillous
Complete thread -- shallow central disc encroaching on the thecal sac _____the ventral subarachnoid
Complete thread -- villotubular
Complete thread -- Surgery
Complete thread -- I hear shocking, but are we sure about "bowels"?
Complete thread -- definitely the "sh" and "ing"
Complete thread -- SMA? superior mesenteric artery?
Complete thread -- I can't hear it, but could it be chalky?
Complete thread -- s/l fna or fma
Complete thread -- thank you both so much! I thought I heard that too but what does that mean! LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too?
Complete thread -- I would. I don't think think there should be a hyphen on your ly word.
Complete thread -- shocking?
Complete thread -- She tells me that her bowels are ____.
Complete thread -- slotted hammer
Complete thread -- Need help with mammogram results, please. (sm)
Complete thread -- would you put a comma before thereby?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks but I can't hear that
Complete thread -- second blank - a flathead hammer
Complete thread -- atrial rhythm?
Complete thread -- There is _____ within normal limits.
Complete thread -- pliers for screw removal for attempting to screw it out following...??
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- look at link-search for Weck
Complete thread -- We used the _____ removal or attempted _____ following further
Complete thread -- sent already - but I think you're right - Thanks!!
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?I see hemostatic Weck clips in archives
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Pliers for screw removal were also attempted to grasp the screw head but failed to maintai
Complete thread -- I haven't heard sound file, but hemostats would make sense.
Complete thread -- with this done attempts at extraction (i dont hear several)
Complete thread -- using pliers where still possible
Complete thread -- extraction using prior _____ possible
Complete thread -- Same op note as below (renal mass). Does *hemostatics* make sense here?
Complete thread -- the screw head _____ to maintain a hole to allow
Complete thread -- The second time, said it this way...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thrombophlebitis is not the same as thrombosis
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but no, is clearly starting with "w" and s/l wex or wax. Said twice.
Complete thread -- clips?
Complete thread -- Defect was oversewn with several 3-0 PDS sutures and Hem-o-Lok and *wex.* Please
Complete thread -- thank you !
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- either way, but with a K seems to be the preferred spelling
Complete thread -- creases
Complete thread -- ? creases
Complete thread -- nevermind, it's sed rate
Complete thread -- sed rate?
Complete thread -- not making sense-anyone?
Complete thread -- ?fat
Complete thread -- Skin is significant for dry skin and hypopigmentation of her trunk and ______.
Complete thread -- do you know which is the correct way to spell "akathisia, or acathisia"
Complete thread -- ok Thanks.
Complete thread -- Either way.
Complete thread -- ; however, or . However,
Complete thread -- That might be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- facet?
Complete thread -- Behçet syndrome?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- s/l set syndrome
Complete thread -- I googled: "artificial urinary sphincter" "rubber shods" - only 6 hits, but seems legit.
Complete thread -- Op note for insertion of artificial urinary sphincter (AUS). s/l *rubber shards*
Complete thread -- s/l *sat* mobilization
Complete thread -- got it, thanks
Complete thread -- DX: Pes planovalgus with s/l supinotis bilaterally...she is very clear too.
Complete thread -- Hex self-holding
Complete thread -- mp3 does not match
Complete thread -- I uploaded it already but thanks
Complete thread -- Hex _____ folding
Complete thread -- But 2nd would be preferred per the BOS. I have 2nd Edition, page 282
Complete thread -- For me, it depends on Account Instructions. I have accounts where the
Complete thread -- the screw head _____ to maintain
Complete thread -- were identified and removed with a 3.5-mm _____ screwdriver
Complete thread -- 2nd or second
Complete thread -- 2nd or second toe
Complete thread -- also for next time google.com type and screen blood test & type and crossmatch blood test
Complete thread -- sounds like a blood test "type and screen"
Complete thread -- That's probably what my VR would have put.
Complete thread -- I can't hear this completely clearly, does it make sense this way?
Complete thread -- sounds like toads to me.
Complete thread -- I know it kind s/l it starts with T, but to me sounds more like "hose." Maybe not.
Complete thread -- I just returned, you can repost the wav. yep, some of the helpers can prob get it for you
Complete thread -- oops, yep.
Complete thread -- If you went with that answer (not what he's saying IMO) I hope you at least put TEDs and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "hose" on the legs (like TED hose)?
Complete thread -- wav was recorded over already
Complete thread -- agree with TEDS.
Complete thread -- if able, can post a wav? neo=prefix= new or recent sm
Complete thread -- I relistened again here, see you other post down a bit, I listened there too
Complete thread -- prefer to use TEDS on the legs (double check my spelling)
Complete thread -- use towels on the legs instead of (muffled) but s/l trying to say Fluffs Kerlix ....
Complete thread -- prefer to use __________ instead of Lovenox.
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- Thanks. Would neoaortic make sense here?
Complete thread -- anemia
Complete thread -- I think I hear medial - not sure if that is correct though
Complete thread -- the stool and no __________.
Complete thread -- There is no significant aortic valve regurgitation or ____ supravalvular stenosi
Complete thread -- It sort of sounds like bone clamp
Complete thread -- Yes and thank you!
Complete thread -- Midas -- it's a national chain
Complete thread -- Social: He works full time as a mechanic for s/l "mitis or maybe he is saying
Complete thread -- You placed your wav on top of mine. I put mine back up.
Complete thread -- Once an MMF _____ clamp was kept in place
Complete thread -- occlusion based upon the _____ molars
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- right ventricular outflow tract gradient with no significant _____ regurgitation.
Complete thread -- The wire was clipped and then bent in place, and protected by being bent over itself
Complete thread -- s/l *todonolex* instead of Lovenox
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The wire was _____ placed and protected _____
Complete thread -- s/l noted in the superior valve or pulmonary area?
Complete thread -- There is very mild turbulence noted in the _____ of her pulmonary area.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- protect the _____ of the mental
Complete thread -- The wire was _____ placed and protected _____ bent over itself
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1 centimeter below?
Complete thread -- The liver is palpated _______ below the right subcostal margin.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thigh, I think.
Complete thread -- thigh
Complete thread -- blood pressure from the right _____ is 101/48
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- too much personal information, sorry.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Concerns are for possible triangular fibrocartilage tear, as well as s ...
Complete thread -- Twin County has a girls soccer team called Nitro.
Complete thread -- s/l nitro
Complete thread -- s/l a trifold on by-own
Complete thread -- no, clearly acromioclaviculitis as in inflammation of the acromioclavicular joint, but I
Complete thread -- listen for acromioclavicular arthritis.
Complete thread -- Is "Acromioclaviculitis" an acceptable word. I cant find in goole or archives
Complete thread -- What he was a little bit more hesitant about was being offered pain me ...
Complete thread -- We discussed the possibility of starting Flexeril which he states he h ...
Complete thread -- prednisone
Complete thread -- urothelial carcinoma. He is on Ensure and s/l padizone 10 mg po daily
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 2. Tibial pain in the middle third of the tibia ___ and stress fracture pattern.
Complete thread -- all the way on Oak Ridge or Way check it out
Complete thread -- She says she lives _____ so she was very pleased with being able to ge ...
Complete thread -- s/l T&F or TNF
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- fluid cavity and the packed area opened to try to hasten resolution
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- in the packed area open for _____resolution
Complete thread -- We have decided to bring him to the operating room for drainage of thi ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- text doesn't match your wav very well, but what I hear is
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- Dissection proceeded through the subcutaneous tissue with scissor diss ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bulbous pseudoneuroma
Complete thread -- He had obvious severe indentation of the ulnar nerve where it entered ...
Complete thread -- no evidence of acute fracture
Complete thread -- too much identifiable info
Complete thread -- well i dont hear so...anyways thanks
Complete thread -- lateral?? nm
Complete thread -- There is a concern because of the mesh placed in the lower abdominal w ...
Complete thread -- yes, that is it... thanks so much!
Complete thread -- 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-HIAA)
Complete thread -- unclear words pls sm
Complete thread -- That thought did cross my mind, but it doesn't really s/l that. Almost sounds like she
Complete thread -- Nevermind, it's annular tear !
Complete thread -- never mind, he just decided not to send the letter
Complete thread -- Does "director of neurosurgery" get capped here?
Complete thread -- couldn't be sure so flagged. thanks for listening
Complete thread -- MRI: Degenerative disease L4-5 level with central s/l anurata
Complete thread -- No s/l uh (OF)course acute fracture is noted or stress-like reaction
Complete thread -- dssynchrony -dyssynchronous - expanded understanding & terms
Complete thread -- No s/l uh course acute fracture is noted or stress-like reaction. Please see inside
Complete thread -- This dictator always speaks oddly, so it's no surprise. :) Ty.
Complete thread -- I thought I might be hearing outpatient? will listen again
Complete thread -- Or...on palpation, her Achilles is intact? Odd way of saying it, but I'd say its okay.
Complete thread -- Negative anterior drawer. Her Achilles s/l palpate is intact. Negative Thompson's.
Complete thread -- in inpatient hospital ?
Complete thread -- pulse rate is same as heart rate.
Complete thread -- BP is 120/90, 72, 16 and 5 feet 8 inches. Sixteen is respirations but what's 72? puls
Complete thread -- I will plan to remove this in ____ hospital area under brief general anesthesia
Complete thread -- dyssynchrony rhythm said as dyssynchronous?
Complete thread -- it's single
Complete thread -- s/l desynchrono rhythm, plse sm
Complete thread -- There are 4 ____ premature atrial contractions
Complete thread -- Yay!
Complete thread -- I hear now: "...pull the pin..." Thanks for getting me on the right track!
Complete thread -- I can't be 100% so I sent blank. Thanks though :) ...
Complete thread -- I got it right before I flagged - Lactulose !
Complete thread -- have to flag, ty
Complete thread -- I have no clue
Complete thread -- residuals? doesn't make much sense tho...
Complete thread -- " thrombophlebitis may occur after injury to the vein or the recent use of an intravenous
Complete thread -- line-induced
Complete thread -- desmopressin check my spelling.
Complete thread -- He remains restrained with IV fluids infusing. He is receiving
Complete thread -- Just started using Mozilla Firefox. Perhaps that's it. Strange though, I thought Firefox
Complete thread -- medications ____ no known drug allergies.
Complete thread -- FiO2 and CPAP ?
Complete thread -- there are many ways to get blood clots besides immobility, including from lines.
Complete thread -- That's what I heard, but no pin was placed. Therefore I kept listening for some-
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Reason for ICU admission was mainly to begin dexmedetomidine infusion. ...
Complete thread -- remove pin? (did he place a pin?)
Complete thread -- which internet browser are you using? it only works for me when using
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no, i'd say he got thrombophlebitis from "lying" (blood clot from immobility)
Complete thread -- quality
Complete thread -- May weight bear on the heel. Six weeks postop _______ , 8 weeks re-x-ray ...
Complete thread -- his palpitations are the same ____ as his SVT before the ablation.
Complete thread -- seriously?
Complete thread -- line makes sense - from a central line or a PICC line.
Complete thread -- Anemia normocytic. Noncompliant. Peptic ulcer disease. Thr ...
Complete thread -- Dead air when trying to listen to MP3 and wav files
Complete thread -- medications___
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I can't really here even though.
Complete thread -- yes, after checking, was woken up is correct. thanks
Complete thread -- since even when he was young ?
Complete thread -- He is very active in sports and has been doing sports ____ when he was young.
Complete thread -- Can't get first blank. Patient education? - second blank
Complete thread -- OH my yes, that is not correct
Complete thread -- flagged it is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Something like "SLE" eval (SL being speech/language - they do swallow study - but E??)
Complete thread -- as per _____ eval (?)
Complete thread -- good luck with that!
Complete thread -- I hear SCDs for DVT prophylaxis, but might be another word before that.
Complete thread -- DIET: Dysphagia I with honey-thick liquids as per ____ _____for DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- also, I think she is saying "secondary to procedure plan" (or "procedure planned")
Complete thread -- his Plavix was held
Complete thread -- it might be Plavix
Complete thread -- awakened from, maybe, but I think it is okay as is.
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- were repleted and _____ was held secondary
Complete thread -- she was woken up from anesthesia - is there better grammar for this?
Complete thread -- Actually, just hearing Medicomp (no -s at end). I think I'll go with it.
Complete thread -- great! thank you
Complete thread -- check out genu in context of pancreas
Complete thread -- On 05/22, *medicomps* stable (and then goes on to list various lab values). I think
Complete thread -- pancreatogram revealed obstruction at the s/l jen-yoo, then spells s/l G-N-U
Complete thread -- That is what I figured but not sure what.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- phthisical
Complete thread -- some sort of angle?
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- is the negative *victus ankle* and relative malar hy
Complete thread -- no, capitalized Chevron is a gas station. When talking about the shape - no cap.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer. I looked up the chevron in my Stedman's again....
Complete thread -- The left eye is currently *tie cycle* and no light perception
Complete thread -- http://www.oandp.com/shop/product.asp?supplier_id=B4AA5F60-C5E1-4DD5-A25F-E81B96DFB789&pro
Complete thread -- ok, thanks
Complete thread -- I am hearing more of an HVO splint? six weeks postop IN, like come in? and its Chevron.
Complete thread -- try debridement of infection or debriding infection. They scrape away the icky tissue
Complete thread -- only thing I can think of, with DM and DKA is if he is saying 'C' - carb
Complete thread -- TURP op note. No mention if procedure has been done before. Not sure if *TURP* makes
Complete thread -- Poor quality dictation. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I don't know why on earth I type orthothosis instead of orthosis. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- context is
Complete thread -- bandage applied with abduction, and orthosis (was) fabricated.
Complete thread -- context PLEASE? a carbohydrate diet???
Complete thread -- Xeroform and bandage applied through abduction "of orthothosis" fabricated.
Complete thread -- Introduce clear liquids, advance to
Complete thread -- DonJoy or DONJOY is 1 word, not 2.... LINK
Complete thread -- thank you so much archie!
Complete thread -- goofed, I typed torrid - instead of florid definition
Complete thread -- 1st one is "she interacted"
Complete thread -- two blank wav help please!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Arthroscopic shoulder surgery - s/l "Two cuff" immobilizer
Complete thread -- TORRID=fully developed : manifesting a complete and typical clinical syndrome
Complete thread -- just before the (surgery? before the event? before the ?) and has since, just remained
Complete thread -- makes sense. start on the more specific drug... just before the
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- You should just put I&D if you don't know which, even if it's in the
Complete thread -- and then has - doesn't make sense though?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CAD (he stutters a bit)
Complete thread -- there were 3 grafts (LA(left anterior descending) & diagonal and OM (obtuse marginal)
Complete thread -- just before the _______ since just remained on the prednisone
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 78-year-old female with history of ________ status post RCA
Complete thread -- thought so too
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! : )
Complete thread -- sulci
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no wav file
Complete thread -- right side?
Complete thread -- load
Complete thread -- LMP: serous low malignant potential (LMP)
Complete thread -- as well at excellent exercise ________.
Complete thread -- Googling I&D of ankle infection yields more results of incision and drainage?
Complete thread -- MRI brain scan showed increased signal intensity in the cortical _____ both parietal
Complete thread -- I really don't think there is a way to tell. SM
Complete thread -- normal _______ pressure
Complete thread -- OMP ? O&P ?
Complete thread -- Please ignore my statement. It's rather ignorant upon further research! ;)
Complete thread -- For an infection, I'd say incision and drainage. Why debride an infection?
Complete thread -- Anyone else have any thoughts? Need to get this in--it's stat. Ty.
Complete thread -- probably slang for pronation/supination
Complete thread -- I'd expand to pronation/supination.
Complete thread -- I'd flag.
Complete thread -- Wrist fracture. He has no pain with *prone soup.* He fires his AIN... (please
Complete thread -- Diagnosis states 2-vessel CAD, but 3 vessels grafted? (see message)
Complete thread -- no way to tell unless the doctor tells you. my guess is irrigation/debridement tho.
Complete thread -- I&D for chronic right ankle infection. Incision/drainage or irrigation and debridemen
Complete thread -- panendoscopy? no such nephroscopy pan or not.
Complete thread -- What does MARCA stand for?
Complete thread -- rcppgpjtqueqra
Complete thread -- qboofoisptdpqz
Complete thread -- going with M A R C A just thought I heard an E instead.
Complete thread -- pannephroscopy
Complete thread -- telephone conversation
Complete thread -- I'd put ; after pictures; but, when you ...
Complete thread -- Punctation thoughts? I have to do this fairly exactly.
Complete thread -- s/l M E R C A surgery
Complete thread -- epinephrine was injected around the lesion *treated with* heater probe.
Complete thread -- admission included _____ Nephrocaps, Januvia, vitamin
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- threat he made
Complete thread -- colonoscopy complications, WAV
Complete thread -- because of _______ at his roommate at
Complete thread -- using your above s/l of "hyaphen" in the Phonetic Search at drugs.com
Complete thread -- Never mind the last part of my posts, lol.
Complete thread -- Pfizer, the company that makes Viagra. "any type of discount programs.."
Complete thread -- maybe, but it's Serevent
Complete thread -- She states that he is also using the Viagra and she is going to contac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, just a regular friend with no name! I appreciate ALL friends!
Complete thread -- (hee, hee! I enjoyed this post! :-)
Complete thread -- Sorry, your blank is impossible to fill due to all the auditory interference there.
Complete thread -- Hey Margaret (waving hand). Good to see you're back!
Complete thread -- We don't charge by the word here, so feel free to use as many as necessary
Complete thread -- Might be correct. But UR snippet is too scanty for me to know for sure U R correct.
Complete thread -- you are correct! thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- it is Lp (a) mass, but he says Lp mass
Complete thread -- The Lp particle number and s/l Lp mass in the high-risk zone.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tracheostomy, *flap* was developed
Complete thread -- Tennessee
Complete thread -- This umbilical hernia was repaired by her OB/GYN surgeon in 2007. Thi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it, I am not sure, cannot post wav, thanks to all.
Complete thread -- She says that in March of this year, she ________ sinus congestion with cough
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- OptiVol?
Complete thread -- looks like it could be "optimal" but not sure that fits
Complete thread -- can you post a wav?
Complete thread -- He presents for ICD interrogation and s/l optobal analysis? tx. cardiology
Complete thread -- I agree. The customary pronunciation of "colonel" in the US, namely s/l "kernel."
Complete thread -- I think he's trying to say colonel...as an audiologist
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "right-hand dominant, Army xxxx that works at Aberdeen Proving Ground as
Complete thread -- The patient is right hand dominant, _____ ...
Complete thread -- As an FYI, there are many free dictionaries available above at onelook.
Complete thread -- bougie
Complete thread -- A 46-French s/l boogie
Complete thread -- consider: large first OM
Complete thread -- Seravent
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- cites
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- See message and link for EEG slowing
Complete thread -- s/l subtle slowing
Complete thread -- divot.
Complete thread -- bifid?
Complete thread -- The tongue itself is soft, other than the *s/l dibit* deformity. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- not a bang-up use of 'torrid,' but the doctor thinks it fit.
Complete thread -- florid more likely I think, but torrid might work too.
Complete thread -- terazosin?
Complete thread -- Elderly female pt, altered mental status, found to have s/l *torrid* yeast UTI.
Complete thread -- Do you have a problem list?
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a drug named Terasent
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- sure does, lymph node chain.
Complete thread -- CT scan abdomen showed celiac "chain" adenopathy.
Complete thread -- yup, thanks
Complete thread -- (that is pronounced wa-ha-ka)
Complete thread -- found: Oaxaca, Mexico ???
Complete thread -- probably starts with J...
Complete thread -- maybe s/l Warharka ?
Complete thread -- the patient was born in s/l Wara-sa-harka (mexico)
Complete thread -- I think you are correct. Thank you very much for your help!
Complete thread -- largest OM...that's it!
Complete thread -- sounds like he sorta stumbled and went on to say this was carried through the skin...
Complete thread -- no, "his ears" is what he is saying. This whole question is from a test.
Complete thread -- I cannot hear my own wav file. I hope you can.
Complete thread -- face and ears with?
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroscopy and repair. Thank you
Complete thread -- s/l all he is saying is "and used liquid nitrogen."
Complete thread -- largest OM woulf fit since you have OM1, OM2, OM3?
Complete thread -- largest OM? (don't know if that makes sense - not too familiar with CABGs)
Complete thread -- another test question. Figured out how to make .wavs now, huh?
Complete thread -- CABG. S/l large stow-ee-um (see message)
Complete thread -- I have treated a few solar hyperkeratoses on his face, and he ___ with liquid nitroge
Complete thread -- terminal ileum?
Complete thread -- terminal ileum. Not to start a fight, but isn't this a test question?
Complete thread -- Gastroscopy and colonoscopy to ___ were macroscopically normal.
Complete thread -- Thank you, archie
Complete thread -- room air
Complete thread -- Blood pressure is 117/61, and pulse is 63. Respirations are 16, saturation 98% on___
Complete thread -- I agree isn't CPT code, could be patient medical record number
Complete thread -- blunt curet?
Complete thread -- maybe a bone curet? (thanks for providing more context)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear 62
Complete thread -- does your doctor speak in sentences? could it be sharp and blunt something
Complete thread -- more info below
Complete thread -- Why are you blaming us if we get no context?
Complete thread -- There are VEPs? visual evoked.. et cetera.
Complete thread -- WELL first off bears = BAERS brainstem auditory evoked. etc
Complete thread -- heart rate of 52 or 62 beats per minute?
Complete thread -- I'd ask for more info, but I might scare you away.
Complete thread -- OK, then. I wanted to try to help you. No offense was intended.
Complete thread -- Debridement instrument..."sharp s/l buncarat"
Complete thread -- And that's why I never come to this board. That's all there was. sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that's it? really? we don't even know what's wrong with pt?
Complete thread -- mispronouncing hypotension.
Complete thread -- Hypo.
Complete thread -- Patient seen by a neurologist. EEG along with sm
Complete thread -- hyper or hypo? Her symptoms are likely secondary to orthostatic ____tension since she
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- WOW! Billybob you are awesome! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- appendiceal orifice biopsies are all normal.
Complete thread -- any clues????? It s/L the ? office biopsy was ....
Complete thread -- quick Google search shows that a CT KUB procedure code is NO where near 34371
Complete thread -- I am just writing to let you know that the ___ biopsy was all normal
Complete thread -- OMG!! I tried just about every spelling I could come up with and must
Complete thread -- Need more text before and after. nm
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!!
Complete thread -- me either. OP was asking about circ, not the cantos thing.
Complete thread -- Hyophen ?
Complete thread -- There was an analgesic called Hy-Phen but looks like the trademark is dead. Drugs@FDA
Complete thread -- I vote for this -- Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial (CIRT) is a randomized cli
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Do you see anything there that would actually help her find her word?
Complete thread -- CIRT? See link.
Complete thread -- when I google CANTOS trial I got this(not familiar) click link
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- an arterial switch operation
Complete thread -- Urology: She can continue s/l hyaphen, Elmiron and Elavil.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- arterial something?
Complete thread -- 2nd words is pachymetry
Complete thread -- He had a ____ operation done by Dr. Gruber at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Complete thread -- Related to eye exam: s/l thinus pekemetry
Complete thread -- He will be evaluated for the CANTOS or the *serk*?? trial.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- never mind, it's Amplatzer occluder device
Complete thread -- It is...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- ? on dictation
Complete thread -- 20 mm ________ device by cardiac catheterization.
Complete thread -- I would put on top line for quick location (as opposed to within text)
Complete thread -- How would that be listed...
Complete thread -- my guess is, reference number of some sort, CPT code (payment) I would include for sure, s
Complete thread -- Try this...
Complete thread -- Radiology Numbers
Complete thread -- Thanks. Appreciate your time.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Comma question. Please see inside for sentence. Ty!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear milrinone
Complete thread -- Remarkably, her heart function did recover after a prolonged course of _____.
Complete thread -- Chvostek
Complete thread -- help
Complete thread -- Your tizanidine 60 is wrong. It comes in 4 and 6 mg. OOPS!
Complete thread -- Your tizanidine 60 is wrong. It comes in 4 and 6 mg. OOPS!
Complete thread -- Your tizanidine 60 is wrong. It comes in 4 and 6 mg. OOPS!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it was confirmed by nursing staff?
Complete thread -- conclusion of the case, _______ that all counts were
Complete thread -- Two _______ were then sewn together
Complete thread -- *Centric* was then placed and the abdomen was insufflated
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- consisting
Complete thread -- She has had prior surgery ______ of a laparoscopy only.
Complete thread -- Oops. Agree with above
Complete thread -- what behavioral health benefits they have?
Complete thread -- sounds good. I think I will go with that and flag. Thanks so much both of you.
Complete thread -- What state is account in? Sounds something like "Dayville Health"
Complete thread -- Her mother will investigate what ___ benefits they have with their ins ...
Complete thread -- good guess! (me, from below)
Complete thread -- ?fluticasone (Flovent), asthma inhaler
Complete thread -- Only thing I can think of is fluconazole, but I don't see reason for the patient
Complete thread -- I am looking for a medication "FLU-COT-IZ-ONE". I am wondering if he is mispronounci
Complete thread -- appears to be more of a ___(3:02) facet arthropathy
Complete thread -- Never mind. Why do we make it so hard for ourselves sometimes, lol.
Complete thread -- Ooops. It is an ER visit for an MVA, with neck pain.
Complete thread -- Medication that sounds like "glis las men". Any ideas would be appreciated.
Complete thread -- Agree. The word "jerks" is the object of the preposition "of" and is never
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- omphalocele
Complete thread -- She had a prior child with _____ with normal karyotype.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I only found that one hit you are talking about, but found several schedules and
Complete thread -- I'd "assume" the field is owned or backed by Creps United (some big business there) so
Complete thread -- but, okay, now I see the others for Creps. Color me confused LOL
Complete thread -- I googled Kreps Field Indiana PA (just like that, no commas or anything) and it is the 1st
Complete thread -- Sorry. I was typing and just thought, "Oh crap! I didn't put what area!" It's near
Complete thread -- what state/city?
Complete thread -- Was playing softball at *Kreps Field (spells it as Kreps), but through my research I
Complete thread -- Yes, it would since...
Complete thread -- Yes, I found that...
Complete thread -- Could be? I see aortic calcification (mural or thrombus) when googling mural plaque.
Complete thread -- would make a lot of sense
Complete thread -- Mural?
Complete thread -- Relisten
Complete thread -- minor or minimal?
Complete thread -- Findings
Complete thread -- Plaque formation S/L
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks a mil.
Complete thread -- coapting
Complete thread -- got it, it's coacting
Complete thread -- could be the reason why the leaflets are not ____ well.
Complete thread -- Floxin otic (but thats antibiotic ear drops)?
Complete thread -- Radiology CT of the Chest
Complete thread -- never mind, I got it.
Complete thread -- There is a small ______ atrial septal defect ______ shunting.
Complete thread -- *fleximatic* 10 drops daily for ear wax removal.
Complete thread -- I found it by googling Bifrontal decompressive craniectomy procedure, and it was the 4th
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- and maybe pronounced yellberg?
Complete thread -- I found Kjellberg Procedure ?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Please Help with procedure name, neuro
Complete thread -- Since CT scans do a "series" of pictures, I'd say this is fine.
Complete thread -- Radiology CT
Complete thread -- The subject is "history," so subject-verb agreement requires "has responded."
Complete thread -- Hope you fixed it to fiberoptic on the first word.
Complete thread -- thank you, bb
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- That's what I found too. It is clear as day so I will just flag it. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- no, all I see is 15, 30, 45, sometimes up to 120, but not 9.6?
Complete thread -- Dosage ?
Complete thread -- Vitamin C promotes absorption of iron,
Complete thread -- Had that first. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I'd have to say "that have responded" the jerks have responded, not the history.
Complete thread -- I think history is the noun? That makes it has responded? Or is it jerks?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Many people would've gotten it wrong, but you didn't. Kudos.
Complete thread -- I rethought that about 5 times, looked it up on the internet which made me more confused!
Complete thread -- You have it right.
Complete thread -- lain - laid? Lay can't be right with has?
Complete thread -- Fibroptic laryngoscopy performed. The *fibroglantial* was
Complete thread -- Is "now occlusion" malocclusion?
Complete thread -- archives show mucosalized, remucosalized dictated, if not generally accepted.
Complete thread -- is re-mucosalize a word? Can I give it to him, can hardly find anything on google o
Complete thread -- This patient returned to the private medical centre today for review of iron deficiency an
Complete thread -- I thought so too. its either vitamin or regimen.
Complete thread -- no, but 7 a.m., 12 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. would make sense SM
Complete thread -- Does this dosage make sense? Carbidopa/levodopa 6 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Complete thread -- current vitamin C?
Complete thread -- i think i hear "regimen" in there
Complete thread -- remain on _____ and vitamin C
Complete thread -- bladder infection follows, so not "unknown otherwise" in terms of history.
Complete thread -- I have suggested that he remain on ___ and return to see me after the CT scan and blo
Complete thread -- any unusual turns.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Yep, a good slang expression ("took a bad turn"), like "spells."
Complete thread -- migraines are under much better control and that she has not had any ____
Complete thread -- I agree it possibly or even probably does mean that but would still use the commas
Complete thread -- does this make sense? Please see message...
Complete thread -- labs?
Complete thread -- Sorry, that is oceans away from where I am. :)
Complete thread -- I got it... Whittle Ward... Thank you all!
Complete thread -- doc and pt are in Tasmania, does that help?
Complete thread -- all I got was "widow ward." Wood in the name of a hospice makes more sense.
Complete thread -- where? heading up to "Little Wood"??? is that a hospice or something somewhere?
Complete thread -- that *** is heading up to _____ for palliative care. As you are aware, we diagnosed
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery - LTC drain?
Complete thread -- that's not what it means at all
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- obs (observation)
Complete thread -- admitted for ob or obs - anyone ever hear this? TIA!
Complete thread -- Finding Canale on Google.
Complete thread -- AP, lateral and *canali* views of the foot
Complete thread -- yes, see link (difficult to search because of makeup results, I know)
Complete thread -- went with the second
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use any commas, think it's synonymous with "not otherwise specified"
Complete thread -- opinions on punctation (his pauses are very subtle, but obvious and necessary)
Complete thread -- sustained laceration above the right eye, on the chin, and mid lower *wet* lip
Complete thread -- atresia.
Complete thread -- CT angiogram
Complete thread -- Brilliant! Now why didn't I think of that!
Complete thread -- Yeah, I kind of figured I must have. Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree with you
Complete thread -- I wonder if it was "laser repair" with an Australian/English accent
Complete thread -- My vote: you're missing something
Complete thread -- I would do it this way: disorder, unknown otherwise, and history
Complete thread -- sheesh... some in this group are tiring me. I'm about to give up.
Complete thread -- Isn't that what the helper below said 25 minutes ago? Or am I missing
Complete thread -- what I would do (sm)
Complete thread -- but...but...how could they KNOW to come back?
Complete thread -- I'm 53 years old and I was always taught no period, even before MTing.
Complete thread -- I'd set off unknown otherwise with commas.
Complete thread -- Comma needed?
Complete thread -- JVP--- cm (location when performed)and degrees (angle of pt.) explained a bit
Complete thread -- oops, Onyike is correct. Thank you. /nm
Complete thread -- ?I'm finding Ahamefula Onyike
Complete thread -- Got it, would be a nice one to dictate spelling, I think :P Dr. Onyiki. nm
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of s/l Dr. Oniki ortho surgery, in Maryland/Washington DC area?
Complete thread -- Just out of curiosity, what was the word?
Complete thread -- I thnk you want superficialis not superficialEs and tenDon and not tenon.
Complete thread -- gotta love it when an OP just never comes back to let you know one way or another if they
Complete thread -- if you use the conversion table from millicuries to microcuries....your amount fits with
Complete thread -- yep, and it could be anywhere in the world...
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- agree, I think its a physical therapy place/facility.
Complete thread -- never mind. Seems like I want to figure it out more than you do.
Complete thread -- but, I type these daily and they use 30.9 (or close to it) mCi.
Complete thread -- Nevermind I got it. THanks.
Complete thread -- s/l n??lizer repair (See inside)
Complete thread -- Thanks - that's what I put and flagged it. nm
Complete thread -- and location? It might be a place, facility, or doctor name.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- what's wrong with the hand? where is this - city/state?
Complete thread -- she had hand therapy with ____ from late December 2011
Complete thread -- See if you can hear poly (short for polyethylene). Just a guess, not an
Complete thread -- microcurie (mcCi) is listed in Stedman's Radiology
Complete thread -- its usually mCi (millicuries) not "microcaries" - not sure what that is.
Complete thread -- still seems like there should be a heading where the ** is
Complete thread -- found microcurie (mcCi)
Complete thread -- I am not sure how to type the top of this. Also not sure what microcaries is?
Complete thread -- hemiarthroplasty, Biomet Oxford small femur, mobile-bearing s/l collie?
Complete thread -- 5 cm at 45 degrees is fine
Complete thread -- could be pegs - lucency on x-ray would suggest possible loosening of prosthetic.
Complete thread -- I will relisten... thanks
Complete thread -- another option - Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography(MRCP)
Complete thread -- ERCP?
Complete thread -- s/l ARECP.. I suspect a test... see sentence below
Complete thread -- thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- Yes he is mumbling, I think he is saying 5 cm and then 45 degrees is clear.
Complete thread -- they don't have to mention both cm and degrees.
Complete thread -- peg? (portion of prosthetic in the femur?)
Complete thread -- JVP question
Complete thread -- thanks, I will listen for that - appreciate it
Complete thread -- probably PPROM - preterm, premature rupture of membranes.
Complete thread -- doc with french accent, cannot make out word, pls sm
Complete thread -- me, too, I use period, old school. Thanks
Complete thread -- Depends on your account specs...some with period and some without.
Complete thread -- BOS2, p 261: "Since 'Ms' is not an abbreviation, it is usually written without the period"
Complete thread -- right, sorry
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ms. or Ms Jane Doe ??do you use period???
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- That dosage is in mcg
Complete thread -- could it be Ventolin?
Complete thread -- thanks nm
Complete thread -- Vantin? (see message and link)
Complete thread -- lactated Ringer's
Complete thread -- Is it Lactated Ringer's or Ringers? nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l been-teen
Complete thread -- yes agree
Complete thread -- calcified nodal conglomerate
Complete thread -- Calcified ____________related to granulomatous disease is a consideration
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- reinnervation?
Complete thread -- cj - don't you hate when you go to the trouble of finding answer and OP never comes back?
Complete thread -- The patient is
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- recoil for the first
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Complete thread -- I would say "is cleared," but that's just my opinion. :)
Complete thread -- What's dictated?
Complete thread -- clear to participate in sports or cleared to participate in sports?
Complete thread -- which is likely secondary to pulmonary ____ rather than a _______.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening - will have to flag this one *sigh* - hate blanks!
Complete thread -- 3M™ Reston™ Self-Adhering Foam Products. Self-adhering open cell foam
Complete thread -- s/l rest-a-foam ?
Complete thread -- This (or it?) was a limited study secondary to...
Complete thread -- There was _______ secondary to poor acoustic windows.
Complete thread -- *guessing
Complete thread -- severely? I'm just guess at this point....and conversing with myself.
Complete thread -- how about "several days?"
Complete thread -- experienced severe dis/dys/ ???....
Complete thread -- I hear that too, but there is no mention of liver issues. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Actigall?
Complete thread -- He is also on Zantac, _____, and multivitamins.
Complete thread -- thank you very much...
Complete thread -- Right, so how could I know you didn't know. Even knowing area of account would help some
Complete thread -- Sanjay Vyas - see link
Complete thread -- Patient reports that she got worse after surgery, experienced ____ postoperative.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- don't know how to spell to look for correct spelling.. see below
Complete thread -- no idea. it is a CC of an emg study, possibly orthopedist, neurologist, primary care, how
Complete thread -- A clue on a specialty could help us help you.
Complete thread -- can you make out doctor name in indiana
Complete thread -- Thanks. You don't hear another word in there? Something like however or overall?
Complete thread -- I hear "There were no significant complaints..."
Complete thread -- GOT it! DSAEK
Complete thread -- There _____ no significant complaints during the recovery.
Complete thread -- corneal transplants
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- nonspecific
Complete thread -- Probably referring to the electronic record (EMR or similar)
Complete thread -- Vitals per ____ (s/l emrt)
Complete thread -- There is _______ intraventricular conduction delay.
Complete thread -- never mind, it's right bundle branch block
Complete thread -- her EKG had shown an incomplete _____ but otherwise normal.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She is very active in sports. She did ____ track and field hockey.
Complete thread -- listen for port wine bruise
Complete thread -- Ok, that's what I'm hearing as well. Thx for listening. :)
Complete thread -- syrinx?
Complete thread -- cleavage?
Complete thread -- So true. You're very welcome.
Complete thread -- Patient had suggestion of _____ L1 segment
Complete thread -- We then brought the scope into the medial compartment where a degenera ...
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- "wipe" as in, using toilet paper too roughly and causing bleeding.
Complete thread -- pemphigus vulgaris
Complete thread -- wipe hematochezia
Complete thread -- skin condition
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- agree with orthotist. doctor is making up a word, although I did find that
Complete thread -- Isn't funny that once you find the correct term you can hear it clear ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, this is orthotics for bilateral foot pain.
Complete thread -- orthotist?
Complete thread -- An optician is a specialized practitioner who designs, fits and dispenses lenses for the
Complete thread -- orthotician?? is that right??
Complete thread -- chiasm?
Complete thread -- You would have found Mepore easily just by typing your s/l into Google.
Complete thread -- In the 1990s she had the onset of headache that was subsequently consi ...
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Complete thread -- I sure can't figure out what he means, but this doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- thanks, I appreciate your reply
Complete thread -- you got it!
Complete thread -- more comprehensive evaluation of
Complete thread -- classical episiotomy
Complete thread -- I have found, even with strict verbatim, most really don't mind if you change a word to
Complete thread -- I have no idea what that would mean. Has to be a number, but no idea. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks, have to send
Complete thread -- when you have a doc that says the same thing all the time so you can
Complete thread -- almost sounds like ablation, but that can't be right.
Complete thread -- L-something?
Complete thread -- s/l "L minus" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- and after 3 of 'em, then they're called martoonis...
Complete thread -- Ha! Same here... I will send with blank. Thanks:) ...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if the dictator misspoke.
Complete thread -- no matter how hard I try, all I find is "episiotomy" for that word, even on google and it
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- of her heart rhythm, but I can't get that dang word.
Complete thread -- During the reduction, without any forceful manipulation of the femur, ...
Complete thread -- I have place a 24-hour Holter to get a more comprehensive ____ for heart rhythm
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I know, so irritating. It's verbatim and I'm not sure how to tackle th ...
Complete thread -- sorry. that is too run-on and the doc doesn't even make sense.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- When do op notes get easy? So tired...
Complete thread -- burr hole for hydrocephal, OR instrument s/l Christ's, pls sm
Complete thread -- She could be infected too, but her white blood count is normal and she ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- How can I make this into correct English?
Complete thread -- martinis
Complete thread -- he drinks 2 s/l markineys a day
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for additional confirmation, nm
Complete thread -- like a rut in the road (a groove, or pitting)
Complete thread -- There are no delta waves noted. ______ 81. The QTc is normal at 413 milliseconds.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think I'll put it in underlined.
Complete thread -- I know I thought the same thing, maybe held back if grammar school goes to 8th grade?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for that. The only definition I found for that word was "increased sex
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear that too, but he's 15, so does that make sense?
Complete thread -- grammar?
Complete thread -- like you have it
Complete thread -- He is a ______ school athlete
Complete thread -- found this (not a biggy tho) sm & link
Complete thread -- Grade 2B "rutting" of the knee? How would I spell this? Thanks
Complete thread -- I googled it and saw the name is just Keeper of The Flame, so I
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- goodness? not sure what that means to YOU, sm what it meant to me.
Complete thread -- Cymetra - thanks archives!
Complete thread -- s/l zy-metra?
Complete thread -- acute renal failure with hyperkalemia
Complete thread -- She is cook at Keeper of The Flame personal care home. (Would you cap Personal Care
Complete thread -- it makes sense to me - a bruise on the crown of the head. I would
Complete thread -- He has tried topical _____ and a few anti-dandruff shampoos without much relief
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. I can hear actual TIA now.
Complete thread -- brown?
Complete thread -- or an atrial TIA
Complete thread -- an actual TIA
Complete thread -- so I doubt that this represented a ____ TIA.
Complete thread -- the baby was born with a "crown like bruise" after birth. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks, link was not working, but that helped me knowing exactly what to
Complete thread -- It is Mepore. Type "pineapple's list" in the archives for a great list of
Complete thread -- Those are lymph node stations.
Complete thread -- nm. FInally used the right combo on google 11Ri and 11Rs
Complete thread -- doing bronchoscopy, dictates 10R, 11R I11rs and station 7 were all
Complete thread -- Perhaps he's mispronouncing. I don't know of anything else other than Medipore.
Complete thread -- Just thought of something. How about cryo boot? Cryo boot?
Complete thread -- raising the dose 2 units, to 4, to 6, to 8, ...depending on blood sugar.
Complete thread -- I had commented on that inside my post. Looking for any other possibilities.
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him, its the mixture 1 part to 1/2 part (and its D5W no hyphens.
Complete thread -- Medipore?
Complete thread -- Toe injury (nail avulsed). Use *mee-pore* dressing twice a day.
Complete thread -- not sure what doc means here, pls sm
Complete thread -- checking on the 2, 4, 6, 8, 10... as I am not sure what is meant by this
Complete thread -- Google both ways - one word gets 120,000 hits; two words gets 2300 hits.
Complete thread -- Not sure of your context, but offhand wouldn't either way mean the
Complete thread -- Said it again...this time s/l krill boot. So many other blanks, so I'll just add this!
Complete thread -- i questioned yesterday about liver tumor with no lymphovascular/lymph or vascular inv
Complete thread -- Agree - "on the road" comment was really unnecessary, not to mention stupid and insulting.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your time! I'll flag it.
Complete thread -- too true
Complete thread -- You are exactly right, especially about the "on the road..." comment. sheesh
Complete thread -- probably a boot for the Charcot foot, a special-made thing.
Complete thread -- No, but at times it seems others try to make you feel that way. For example,
Complete thread -- I also see "escape interval" but doesn't s/l your word.
Complete thread -- He just said: Pt at the time was not using his *crow* boot. I think he's referring to
Complete thread -- He uses a bone stimulator as prescribed and is wearing a *neh-crow* boot.
Complete thread -- I have plenty of those. It takes a HUGE fund of knowledge to do this job well.
Complete thread -- there is LDP-to-PP...
Complete thread -- -dumber- Oi.
Complete thread -- Do you ever have those days when you feel dumb than a doorknob?
Complete thread -- is this a regular EKG, or is this endocardial mapping?
Complete thread -- Thanks.. I will listen again to tape.
Complete thread -- intervals are measured in msec, not bpm
Complete thread -- usual intervals are PR, QRS, and QT
Complete thread -- EKG.. s/l ar-die-pea... see sentence
Complete thread -- s/l reversal to leads for 18-lead EKG...TIA
Complete thread -- I can't count how many times that feature has saved me!!
Complete thread -- What is snarky about calling out students who are posting their test questions? SM-Darlene
Complete thread -- bacitracin? normal saline?
Complete thread -- I just cannot reference it to my liking, will have to send to QA.
Complete thread -- A s/l "balacin" soaked vaginal pack was then placed
Complete thread -- very helpful "how to find" (ikmkfg) for OPs, yep, on road to independence
Complete thread -- figure of 8=Thanks
Complete thread -- that is my big question...why has bb not banned her?
Complete thread -- I've always used figure-of-eight, even on accounts that generally like numerals, with no
Complete thread -- I used the onelook feature above and put in *plegia, then narrowed it s.m.
Complete thread -- Must be that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Both are reputable sources, so I'd say either one is fine. I type eight.
Complete thread -- tetraplegia??
Complete thread -- correct suture name
Complete thread -- Thanks! I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- Is my brain just not working this morning?! *petro-plegia* after motorcycle accident.
Complete thread -- I got it. neo-baci
Complete thread -- The wound was irrigated with 1 L of s/l "neo bafi" solution.
Complete thread -- Thrombin spray nm
Complete thread -- Thanks! She had a pause there, but then she tends to pause everywhere!
Complete thread -- Bleeding was controlled with electrocautery and *drah-mun* spray.
Complete thread -- I will flag. I have another blob on the report that sounds like nothing but noise.
Complete thread -- Whoa cancel my response above. I think you do. nm
Complete thread -- In my opinion, no, as soft tissue belongs with decub ulcer nm
Complete thread -- Do I need a comma after ulcer? Please
Complete thread -- enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA all caps)
Complete thread -- He is a sloppy ESL speaker. Almost sounds like de - pezzz. or debez?
Complete thread -- start researching with MCP-1 Elisa (monocyte chemoattractant protein)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l...anti sebo 1 a-lie-sa...sm
Complete thread -- it's acoustic
Complete thread -- s/l okostick windows
Complete thread -- gravida 5,
Complete thread -- Does this need any punctuation?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- like you have it, what would be the obliques
Complete thread -- sorry. I uploaded it now
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- thanks so much for trying
Complete thread -- She has no tenderness to palpation in the region of what would be the ____
Complete thread -- s/l 6 CCT, or 6 cc T trach tube ??
Complete thread -- found it on google. Thanks so much for trying
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- are not significant, with good mobility??
Complete thread -- However, the tricuspid valve leaflets are _______ good mobility.
Complete thread -- if you google "over the counter patches" the second hit is "Salonpas."
Complete thread -- can someone please listen to the WAV. I uploaded it again. Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, that's really helpful!
Complete thread -- s/l sklor University in Denver, CO. TIA!
Complete thread -- You have it right. The first is (spinal) cord. The second is about
Complete thread -- I've heard parenteral, but not enteral, though I guess it could be a word.
Complete thread -- Sorry, your wav was posted over before I had a chance to check it.
Complete thread -- No problem. Make a note, because you will hear that a lot.
Complete thread -- According to one of the dictionaries available (for free) above at onelook,
Complete thread -- thanks very much. I'm new to cardiology.
Complete thread -- "weak core" would be related to the abdomen (at least it is on
Complete thread -- no ST-segment changes or T-wave inversions
Complete thread -- is it core or cord? Comes up twice in document, I am wondering if once it is core
Complete thread -- There are no ______ version.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- billybob's ligation makes much more sense
Complete thread -- PDA ligation.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I hear too, but I can't find that anywhere.
Complete thread -- I hear "radiation." Don't know anything about this, but that's what
Complete thread -- She had a PDA ____ done at the bedside.
Complete thread -- Ob-like. Is that how oblique is pronounced in this context
Complete thread -- Is there such a word as "enteral nutrition" or is it his own made-up word
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "vil-ampa" not sure if that helps anyone figure it out?
Complete thread -- Tx so much, but so clearly "Buh-Lam-Pa" I uploaded a wav.
Complete thread -- Salonpas?
Complete thread -- Medications: S/l "Bulampa" over-the-counter patches,
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- hepatitis profile.
Complete thread -- collagen vascular workup including ANA, rheumatoid factor, sedimentation rate,
Complete thread -- you.
Complete thread -- complaints is a noun, use when you need a noun. Complain is a verb, use
Complete thread -- can you help me with a trick to know when to use complaints/complain? tx,
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Maybe he's simply saying element of spiral pathogens?
Complete thread -- Yeah, sorry, not able to help... doxycycline is unlikely to be used for viral pathogens,
Complete thread -- the words I question are: omentous or elementous spiral (or maybe I'm hearing viral)
Complete thread -- Sorry, can you clarify your s/l a bit? SM
Complete thread -- Infectious Disease consult
Complete thread -- Probably just means around the time of the radiation (possibly just prior to). I'd put
Complete thread -- He did have radiation to the T10-12 region for pain control. Initiall ...
Complete thread -- med S/L clotheoxopid? 5 mg pt has Hyperten, card dysrh, osteoa, thyroid dx
Complete thread -- good guess
Complete thread -- Boy, your post is certainly snarky! But I guess it is okay if YOU do it,
Complete thread -- Please be kind to the original posters and/or others. Snarky posts just not necessary
Complete thread -- pure guess (to ask QA) apoplectic (blood within the retina.)
Complete thread -- albinotic?
Complete thread -- therapy soon?
Complete thread -- are you kidding? how can anyone even guess? can you post a sound
Complete thread -- What comes right after this?
Complete thread -- s/l fairly soon ?
Complete thread -- sm - retina
Complete thread -- I think that is actually it. And perhaps there is a stumble in there too. Thank you, bess!
Complete thread -- now brought up?
Complete thread -- I was really hoping to win her over with the odometer analogy!
Complete thread -- I reposted the post below since I changed the sentence slightly but still cannot hear
Complete thread -- It is indeed "some" because he refers to them in plural (they). Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks for all of the suggestions. I am relistening strenuously to determine which one
Complete thread -- lymphovascular invasion LVI -
Complete thread -- Some of the peroneal tendons were now pulled up?
Complete thread -- I wish it was a little longer, but I think I hear... were now pulled up, but
Complete thread -- soulds like he just changed his mind and said were without longitudinal tear.
Complete thread -- no lymph (system) or vascular (system)
Complete thread -- Tenolysis
Complete thread -- would this be lymphovascular or lymph or vascular. liver tumor patient
Complete thread -- Alas, you can lead omg/gag to the answer, but you can't make him/her think.
Complete thread -- either that or just learned how to post a .wav.
Complete thread -- MT50 suggested rhinorrhea when this test question was posted May 6.
Complete thread -- 0.5 feet = 6 inches = 1/2 foot
Complete thread -- relistening to be sure. thank you!
Complete thread -- YES! Thank you
Complete thread -- agree with rhinorrhea - love the background music - relaxing!
Complete thread -- yep, i bet this is it.
Complete thread -- s/l vasomotor rhinorrhea to me.
Complete thread -- bouts of rhinorrhea
Complete thread -- resent. Thank you.
Complete thread -- sure it's not acute on chronic?
Complete thread -- Yeah - you go, sister! The miles/kilometer example is perfect!
Complete thread -- I see a lot spelled McIlmoyle - maybe he spelled it wrong?
Complete thread -- McElmoyle
Complete thread -- Oh, say it ain't so!
Complete thread -- 0.5 is always mathematically equivalent to 1/2 (one-half)
Complete thread -- Mclomyle ??
Complete thread -- redid it
Complete thread -- no wave - but I bet this is the same test question you've been asking for weeks.
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- He continues to experience _____ and is contemplating a dese
Complete thread -- can you make out doctor name in PA
Complete thread -- I'd comma before first which too, but other than that I think it is fine.
Complete thread -- NAME was completely independent and functionally very well until early ...
Complete thread -- Relistened and, yeah, probably stumbling and not 4 o'clock as I suggested below.
Complete thread -- ? bicycle pump
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think he's just stumbling. I hear "for a clak, cap, capillary..."
Complete thread -- In medicine, the term sine qua non is often used in regard to any sign, symptom or finding
Complete thread -- This is a sine qua non for a [stumble] capillary telangiectasia.
Complete thread -- The first part is Latin - "sine qua non" and forclack I think is 4 o'clock.
Complete thread -- I think your "forclack" could be 4 or IV then stuttering over capillary
Complete thread -- what is the PET/CT looking at?
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone! :) ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Well, I guess that could be it. I will keep listening.
Complete thread -- birds is okay. they carry diseases that affect the lungs.
Complete thread -- yep, birds carry many dangerous pulmonary diseases that can infect
Complete thread -- BNP (N not M)
Complete thread -- brain natriuretic peptide 2500... test for CHF and similar heart issues
Complete thread -- pansinusitis?
Complete thread -- bwahahahahahahaa
Complete thread -- admitted and worked up and treated as COPD precipitated by pneumonia. ...
Complete thread -- you are still confused - the 1/2 or .5 is exactly the same just not equal total amounts
Complete thread -- PET/CT shows severe acute and chronic "pan-son-jih-cytis."
Complete thread -- Sorry, you are right. Just trying to explain why we really do not cross these
Complete thread -- actually, I will type whichever is dictated.
Complete thread -- i can't find anything that remotely sounds like that? here's a good list i did find, but
Complete thread -- s/l sign of quinon forclack capillary telangiectasia
Complete thread -- Then I'm sure you all will just start typing x.5 whenever they dictate 1/2 an inch.
Complete thread -- That's because MATH is based on 10, just like METRICS 1/2 in math comes from 5/10 THE
Complete thread -- you are confusing the number with the unit of measure.
Complete thread -- Inches and mm are two different units of measure! But 0.5 x 12 = 6.
Complete thread -- help with fibromyalgia drug, spelled by dictator, pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for posting that link! Let's hope it will shut omg/gag up.
Complete thread -- FINe. then you just start typing 2.5 inches and see what happens. You
Complete thread -- omg and gag had me questioning myself so I had to verify so posting link
Complete thread -- seriously??? Did you never convert fractions to decimals in grade school?
Complete thread -- You are so wrong - this is basic math! 5 out of 10 is the same as 1 out of 2!!
Complete thread -- Not equivocal? .5 means 5/10, which is EXACTLY the same as 1/2.
Complete thread -- they are not the same thing. If they were, no one would care if we ever switched
Complete thread -- seriously..... Metric measurements are not in the remotest way comparable
Complete thread -- as dictated
Complete thread -- X-rays show a nearly non-noticeable fracture line. Would you type as is or change to
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- agree, PA and lateral
Complete thread -- I agree that PA makes the best sense and fits context.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'm sure that's what the doc meant, but will leave a blank.
Complete thread -- In case it helps, more of what this showed...
Complete thread -- pick?? like a guitar pick
Complete thread -- *pet lateral* of the chest showed heart size WNL. Please sm for exact context.
Complete thread -- musical ______
Complete thread -- no, "this" is not the subject here. "Make" is correct. SM
Complete thread -- awesome! Thank you!
Complete thread -- however, he has been away until a day or 2 ago, and total test of their...
Complete thread -- They have moved in together _________ test of their relationship will be over the nex
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- I think it's the sensory loss and tingling that make it unlikely...?
Complete thread -- check the bacteria link above (top 5th box from left) to see other staph species.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thank you very, very much - bookmarked that
Complete thread -- Nice link!
Complete thread -- anterior relocation - Try to Google Jobe relocation shoulder for more info
Complete thread -- what do you mean it can't be? Anything can be 0.5, it's just not preferred format.
Complete thread -- wild guess: Staphylococcus palpebral conjunctivitis?
Complete thread -- here is a helpful link for info
Complete thread -- 3.5 is the same as 3-1/2, but fractions are generally for English, decimals for metric.
Complete thread -- that's terrible. we know that an inch cannot be .5
Complete thread -- thanks, but 3 syllables, maybe val-fro-fro or something?? Im stumped.
Complete thread -- mumbling over Staphylococcus aureus
Complete thread -- THIS (subject) is associated with (no matter what) that makeS it unlikely to
Complete thread -- ortho doc testing a shoulder, plse sm
Complete thread -- Yes, but...example Kimberly-Clark's site has the needles 3.5 inches. See
Complete thread -- preop dx: Staphyloccus s/l faf-fa-flow conjunctivitis
Complete thread -- half = 1/2 = 0.5, just says it different, but inches *should* be 1/2 (and metric .5)
Complete thread -- Have a doc who dictates 3-1/2 inch needle and sometimes 3.5 inch needle. Am I missing
Complete thread -- I agree with this answer - two subjects, and "they" make it unlikely...
Complete thread -- I agree after re-thinking this. I posted below. Go with this answer!
Complete thread -- The way you have it is correct. Sensory loss and tingling are
Complete thread -- Take out intervening words. This makes it...
Complete thread -- Makes or make? I keep going back and forth on this.
Complete thread -- it's impediment, not impedance.
Complete thread -- I think you are just an ass, eh? Nobody thought the elbow was in the ear.
Complete thread -- NM, going with buzzed after listening again (he just tripped).
Complete thread -- And if it was not in there, fine. But many physicians use terms to describe
Complete thread -- could it be something about the Foley? I've not heard UFO before.
Complete thread -- Ah, got it -- via Foley!
Complete thread -- There were small vessels which were *blarred buzzed* with electrocautery...
Complete thread -- Op note. Urine ouput: 150 ml *UFO.* Drains: (etc.)
Complete thread -- impedance. : something that impedes : hindrance
Complete thread -- nvm, that's what he means, thanks again!
Complete thread -- p.s.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- impediment - A hindrance or obstruction in doing something: "an impediment to progress"
Complete thread -- trying to figure out a word
Complete thread -- Maisonneuve
Complete thread -- Left proximal fibula fracture, nondisplaced
Complete thread -- 78 female with abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, s.m.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think so.
Complete thread -- Does anyone hear "due to the severity"? Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l cervix dried with s/l texas swab TIA!
Complete thread -- here is some context to help you out
Complete thread -- how can I write this properly. It seems to be wrong here (the account is
Complete thread -- can you catch that word? Thanks
Complete thread -- see: fat saponification, pancreatitis
Complete thread -- cool beans (yea, i'm that old to say that saying)
Complete thread -- Kitty, are you coming back? Did you get your word?
Complete thread -- Oh, I really don't think elbow was even in there, and to "assume" someone hasn't been at
Complete thread -- ahhh.....yes thanks
Complete thread -- probably description as in an L shape like the crook of the elbow. Not
Complete thread -- if he was playing and just 'waving', he deserved to get slammed into the boards.
Complete thread -- malleable suction ? see link for info
Complete thread -- excision of concha bullosa, sm please
Complete thread -- saponification is correct, see link
Complete thread -- pars flaccida as in (sm)
Complete thread -- or maybe he was just "waving" (as if to a friend) and hit the boards...??
Complete thread -- modification?
Complete thread -- OR you can just go with 2 sentences, period after working.
Complete thread -- opacification?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- What is the WHOLE sentence that word is in?
Complete thread -- i'd give him centralizer/spacer.
Complete thread -- Hip hemiarthroplasty note. Refers to a cement *centralizer and/um spacer* or may be
Complete thread -- Saponification is a process that produces soap, usually from fats and lye. In
Complete thread -- Thanks. I worked for years for a company that NEVER check punctuation. Now
Complete thread -- Mikkilineni?
Complete thread -- s/l pon-if-ication, or apon-if-ication?
Complete thread -- could it be medialization?
Complete thread -- It reads well to me.
Complete thread -- How does this look for punctuation?
Complete thread -- weaving?
Complete thread -- it was knee pain and he had surgery but I am sure the other poster got it. Thanks
Complete thread -- what is wrong with the patient, where is his pain?
Complete thread -- That would work because this is going to be Work Comp. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- ? was waving
Complete thread -- work injury? Workers Comp term P&S, permanent and stationary.
Complete thread -- He used it again. Perhaps PMS - and try to Google that!
Complete thread -- thanks for suggestion, but no. i hear definite "ee" sound at end
Complete thread -- Sounds like P&S or PNS? I think he was going to discharge him as a patient. The doc
Complete thread -- Weell, since you don't need any help, going to zap your file.
Complete thread -- Dr. Roberto V. Nachajon, MD
Complete thread -- no idea possibly manahawkin where he has another doctor, but who knows
Complete thread -- An MRI - 2013, (comma after full date per BOS)
Complete thread -- any hints on where in NJ? Although its a small state....kinda hard to narrow search down.
Complete thread -- you have a name in there too...
Complete thread -- ous bulges and protrusions without *mediation* or cord compression.
Complete thread -- dr s/l nakali in NJ (maybe pediatric)
Complete thread -- ? word, but don't forget a comma hockey, he was ... hard by description, hitting
Complete thread -- swerving??
Complete thread -- Just can't get that. I'll flag. Thanks for your time!
Complete thread -- s/l swaving
Complete thread -- fascia lata?
Complete thread -- your file is starting RIGHT on the blank. It needs to be backed up a bit
Complete thread -- _____ intrauterine growth and Nicole's about to have another scan to see if there is
Complete thread -- The *pursa-lassa-ta* entered with blunt dissection, and right crus of diaphragm...
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- sounds self-correcting to about 350 of clot and 500 ..
Complete thread -- Thanks, oscar!
Complete thread -- Lichtenstein.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense on op note when dictating EBL?
Complete thread -- Procedure: A *lipson thyme* tension-free inguinal hernia repair.
Complete thread -- Dana - no sure if still looking. Certified medical transcription (CMT) status preferr
Complete thread -- s/l seer-itis ?
Complete thread -- sestamibi not capitalized
Complete thread -- guess stupid question... makes sense
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think she starts saying line... more marked
Complete thread -- wait... don't hear that. Could it be "more marked"
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- listen for Persantine-induced (rather than perfusion-induced)
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- with linear markings
Complete thread -- so works meaning Gated SPECT test?
Complete thread -- s/l lenny war mark
Complete thread -- gating, see link for info
Complete thread -- *Gaiting* could not be performed due to his atrail fib...
Complete thread -- There are a large number of retractors used, sharing 3 more heard a lot
Complete thread -- I always get Rultract retractor and Ankeney retractor in the same report.
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone. I especially like this advice.
Complete thread -- Thank you! I see it in my book now.
Complete thread -- Stedmans has Rultract internal mammary artery retractor
Complete thread -- Correction to context. Retractor not placed in the mammary, but rather...
Complete thread -- A *rule chart* retractor was then placed. CABG op note. Please sm for more context.
Complete thread -- Is it a patient?? You really shouldn't post the patient's name here.
Complete thread -- Could be the disease is hereditary (not necessarily in her family, but all around
Complete thread -- I wouldn't delete it.
Complete thread -- nevermind, didn't realize para could refer to nonviable birth.
Complete thread -- This doesn't add up does it? or is it just me? s.m.
Complete thread -- Even if clearly not, I don't pay much attention to redundancies anymore but concentrate
Complete thread -- I wouldn't delete. Dictator could mean that it didn't skip a generation like some hered
Complete thread -- If the doctor says that the disease "is hereditary and
Complete thread -- You are
Complete thread -- combigan thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- combigan thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- Looking for a med called "kolmagin" I am uploading a
Complete thread -- senna. Thakns to all who tried
Complete thread -- Looking for a medication for constipation called "Fenna" or "Thena'
Complete thread -- agree; same as: 6-year-old big white cat,
Complete thread -- both are fine, you should transcribe as dictated (note spelling)
Complete thread -- No, because you wouldn't say "a 59-year-old AND right-handed AND white
Complete thread -- Look at the times. The person posted his/her wav BEFORE answering
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sagittal view
Complete thread -- it's stocking distribution
Complete thread -- Neurosurgical consult
Complete thread -- She has had sensory loss in _____ distribution.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We will obtain a pr__ from the insurance company so we can place her on this
Complete thread -- good idea. Will use that and flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- shortening interdigital neuroma injection?
Complete thread -- shortening interdigital neuroma injection?
Complete thread -- Sorry, I hear what you hear and have never heard of that either.
Complete thread -- :) maybe you can answer my wav now?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sorry about that! You were right--I hadn't seen your answer then.
Complete thread -- but I answered your wav. Do you think my answer was wrong? medial malleoli.
Complete thread -- Looks like you put your wav right on top of mine. I'll put mine back up and let you know
Complete thread -- also is he saying.??.. "nothing to suggest" or " I seem to suggest"
Complete thread -- to his medial malleoli
Complete thread -- "intraneuroma injection" never heard of it, but that is what is sounds like. I am up
Complete thread -- He has no sensitivity posterior ___ nothing to suggest this might represent tarsal
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- wait...how about cicatricial pronounced very badly?
Complete thread -- sounds more like sectoral ? Flagging...
Complete thread -- Word help: duct dilatation s/l em-bu-sion
Complete thread -- spectral maybe?
Complete thread -- s/l spectoral entropion?
Complete thread -- That is correct.
Complete thread -- thats what I thought of too, but would that make sense?
Complete thread -- the BOS has roman numerals I think
Complete thread -- ?cuff
Complete thread -- can't figure what that is, but Mallampati is 1, 2... (I don't see it as Roman)
Complete thread -- Nothing to do with this, but I abhor when they dictate like this. It sounds like the
Complete thread -- He has a normal Mallampati I airway and a lateral s/l calf. His BP is ...etc
Complete thread -- ?Mauriceau-Smellie-Veit (Stedman's OB/GYN)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- After this was done, the *bed* placenta was removed which was found to be in adequate
Complete thread -- s/l valley smythe maneuver
Complete thread -- of course you would. Use a comma to separate coordinate adjectives. You could think of
Complete thread -- delete the "a" before contrast if you are allowed. drainage of bile and contrast
Complete thread -- contrast is the dye, so yes.
Complete thread -- and there is no *dye in the* pancreatic duct.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- is that extravasation of bile leak?
Complete thread -- some type of survey in the left upper quadrant?
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- purpose is for decompression ... but I can't get your blank.
Complete thread -- purpose is for the compression and __________. This was explained to him
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Do I need a 2nd comma before the 2nd which?
Complete thread -- afternoon suggests __________ in his left upper quadrant
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- to explain the jaundice?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- commas around right-handed or not?
Complete thread -- having no luck finding this - will send as blank - TY
Complete thread -- medication - S/L "trevameal"
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of any obstruction to _______ jaundice.
Complete thread -- Nevermind, found it - Phew !!! Zaw Win Oo
Complete thread -- first name? google male (or female) Chinese names for possible help.
Complete thread -- Would anyone know how to spell the following Chinese name...
Complete thread -- Thanks for catching that.
Complete thread -- Yes, he did.
Complete thread -- Just curious, did the doc dictate the exclamation mark
Complete thread -- Think punctuation is okay, but shouldn't that be "caused" or "causes"?
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- Thanks. Wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- is here for followup of his mandible reconstruction of a ______forearm free flap.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Is this missing punctuation?
Complete thread -- likely to have a very benign course,
Complete thread -- and it is likely ____ benign _____, particularly if we were to start
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The patient _____ above noted activity and still appears to be confused
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is osteocuteneous radial flap and radial osteocutenous flap the same thing? Can anyone
Complete thread -- his "____(tip-tib?) palmar crease
Complete thread -- Yes, google "blush sign" for definition of what blush is.
Complete thread -- s/l blush of contrast enhancement
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob. Do they mean the same thing?
Complete thread -- "radial osteocutaneous flap" or "osteocutaneous radial flap"
Complete thread -- his mandible reconstruction of a radiosteocutaneous radial forearm free flap.
Complete thread -- it is my judgement at this time that both ??? symptoms
Complete thread -- Hope someone else is working that can help me out here. They are talking about sm
Complete thread -- I have had 6 teenagers and I can tell you this, I CAN imagine the way
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- His kyphoscoliosis (is apparent?)
Complete thread -- His _____
Complete thread -- She remains in atrial fibrillation. She remains on
Complete thread -- (I meant stupid to hallway surf)... ;-)
Complete thread -- OK. I googled hallway surfing, and yes. Stupid, but you are correct.
Complete thread -- patient is a teenager. yes a typo. it is a sports medicine account, and you cannot imagi
Complete thread -- not sure how you do in Canada, but the BOS says not to comma in 4-digit numbers
Complete thread -- as he was hallway surfing (you omitted was or is).
Complete thread -- "as he" doesn't make sense. Was that a typo? How old is pt?
Complete thread -- Nvm, it is darbepoetin ...
Complete thread -- patient hurt himself as he s/l hallway surfing and bumped into concrete wall
Complete thread -- Also, I am from Canada. ...
Complete thread -- med help pls
Complete thread -- all I hear is - all other review of systems negative.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- (my deepest sympathies!) I think I hear "All other review of system(s?) is negative.
Complete thread -- oh heck. CVA, MI, ____, TB. sorry, that's all I can get. I hate when they dictate in
Complete thread -- Thanks. Reposted.
Complete thread -- (an) ulnar gutter...
Complete thread -- repost please - other one below is answered.
Complete thread -- ulnar gutter splint
Complete thread -- All other _______ system is negative.
Complete thread -- oops - posted over this... can you please post your file again.
Complete thread -- She denies any history of _____.
Complete thread -- Put him in a ____(nominal??/normal????) gutter splint
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, can't figure out where he is going through the stumbles
Complete thread -- LOL - heck, that isn't even a word. I don't know what he's saying.
Complete thread -- oh geez, he's horrible. commensural? not sure that word fits, but that's what it sounds
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- I "bet" "stuff was dictated, I'd either go as dictated or flag to QA
Complete thread -- might want to repost, cut off as he stumbles around
Complete thread -- THANK YOU fgjjg
Complete thread -- maximal _____ stress test.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thansk
Complete thread -- ok, how about normal maximal/submaximal stress test.?
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- usually hear mitral valve leaflets
Complete thread -- is sestamibi in there maybe? Cardiolite?
Complete thread -- I think it is gastrohepatic!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- chest pain with a normal maximal *come menstrual* stress test
Complete thread -- Normal excursion of *mitral loops*
Complete thread -- inferobasal and basal septal hypokinetic paradoxical septal motion
Complete thread -- posthepatic varicosities
Complete thread -- I think its hepatic something
Complete thread -- I can't get the whole thing, but something pathic varicosities.
Complete thread -- obstruction to __________ jaundice
Complete thread -- and a question of ______.
Complete thread -- This book says seiving causes hyper
Complete thread -- Oops...but I agree with sieving.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sodium depletion? cuz it is HYPO, so whatever it is would = loss of sodium
Complete thread -- gastroc and gracilis is what I hear
Complete thread -- sarcoma resection followed by __ and ___ flap reconstruction with split thickness s
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- dang kindle...retroorbital
Complete thread -- retrootbital?
Complete thread -- retrolenticular?
Complete thread -- dilated fundus exam - sm
Complete thread -- sieving?
Complete thread -- Well, you are right. If the OP can put up a sound file, that'd help a LOT.
Complete thread -- Seeding would indicate that the sodium was increasing. Hyponatremia? I don't know
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking too.
Complete thread -- If I had to pick one of the 3, I'd go with seeding.
Complete thread -- Could it be TB?
Complete thread -- s/l seeding? seating? feeding?
Complete thread -- Pt.w/Crohn's. Had hepatis B and s/l *SG* or *NSG* screening done to prepare to start
Complete thread -- I'd get fired for that where I work. We are not allowed to assume anything so
Complete thread -- A lot of doctors do, I've had 'em say "poop" in a report. I don't change anything..Ever.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll make note of that for future reference.
Complete thread -- drip?
Complete thread -- or even 10/0 ?
Complete thread -- IV morphine and normal saline s/l zope was left wide open. TIA!
Complete thread -- That would probably be okay imo.
Complete thread -- You'll have to make that determination yourself, but I wouldn't leave Hasson out unless
Complete thread -- Going to flag this one.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Not sure how to type as I'm not supposed to add words. Maybe
Complete thread -- That probably means 10 mm 0 degree
Complete thread -- Any way to know if doc means "Hasson 12 mm trocar" or just "12 mm trocar"?
Complete thread -- We then placed our *ten zero* laparascope in. Cholecystectomy note. Is this
Complete thread -- Actually, from manufacturer's website...Pro-Toe.
Complete thread -- Pro Toe (see message and link)
Complete thread -- Austin bunionectomy of the left first and an arthroplasty with
Complete thread -- MedLexicon gives DIPY as meaning
Complete thread -- That may be it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Could it be a slang term for dipyridamole?
Complete thread -- s/l dippy sestamibi TIA!
Complete thread -- Absolutely!
Complete thread -- subungual?
Complete thread -- old s/l so-lee-gwul hematoma of fifth finger. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'd probably change it to "treatment," would never put "stuff" in
Complete thread -- I'd leave it--don't know precisely what doc means.
Complete thread -- dictates ?stuff "recommended over-the-counter stuff for constipation"
Complete thread -- Yes, that's what I would think also.
Complete thread -- Orthopedic surgery help
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ESL s/l fascial drops
Complete thread -- n/m found...Incivek!
Complete thread -- drug
Complete thread -- guess that wouldn't make sense
Complete thread -- fresh?
Complete thread -- CT: Normal s/l phase or fraze
Complete thread -- also may hear "virgin territory" meaning same thing, original anatomy born with
Complete thread -- and S-shaped?
Complete thread -- But, will the OP come back & give more info or say it was sent w/a blank so we
Complete thread -- All I can tell you is that there is normal curvature of the C spine
Complete thread -- Wish I could help, but I don't know what it means either.
Complete thread -- you have a point. I can't figure out what the SJ might be. I even tried looking under FJ
Complete thread -- Maybe it's a followup MRI that shows straightening in (not an) curvature compared
Complete thread -- straightening -- curvature (contradictory?)
Complete thread -- you make me lol
Complete thread -- MRI shows straightening an "SJ curvature" of the cervical spine.
Complete thread -- 6% increased risk of stroke -- maybe not increased, but I bet it is "risk of" for "risive"
Complete thread -- Sorry, it should be 6% s/l prearrisive stroke ...
Complete thread -- I thought maybe "progressive" but don't think 60% would make sense before
Complete thread -- 60% increased risk of stroke (?)
Complete thread -- The patient's CHADS2 score was 3, associated with a s/l 60% prearrisiv ...
Complete thread -- Thanks very much! I am not able to make any changes. It has to stay as ...
Complete thread -- The only thing wrong is "contributed" should be "attributed."
Complete thread -- yes - "diuresed to euvolemia" makes sense.
Complete thread -- His shortness of breath was contributed to heart failure in the contex ...
Complete thread -- I guess we'll just have to go on wondering...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- context always helps (poster says as she ducks and runs
Complete thread -- Shark vac(uum) hose?
Complete thread -- so there is no "ch" sound? Is the "a" long or short sound?
Complete thread -- Wow, amazing! I tried every which way and couldn't come up with it. You are GOOD.
Complete thread -- thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- Going with "left."
Complete thread -- Thanks! I don't know why it just sounded odd to me. I should've googled. Thank you.
Complete thread -- thigh compartments makes sense to me. just like the left calf was
Complete thread -- The *thigh* compartments were soft. Please sm for context.
Complete thread -- WAG--shard of glass?
Complete thread -- I hear "when breathing, there is some nasal sound.
Complete thread -- What follows? (Ending on s/l makes us wonder if what comes next would be helpful.)
Complete thread -- The patient describes *left* 50-yard claudication.
Complete thread -- S/l Sharp/shark phacos
Complete thread -- Lungs: When breathing, appears (or has) some nasal sound
Complete thread -- I don't think revealed makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thank you--I thought maybe this type of chest pain was not relieved
Complete thread -- sharp nachos? cut by a chip without enough dip?
Complete thread -- I bet he misspoke and it should be relieved.
Complete thread -- s/l sharp fachos.
Complete thread -- I know that. I'm asking what the "client request" is.
Complete thread -- Doc seems to say chest pain *revealed* by rest, and I'm wondering if
Complete thread -- heart rate is part of vital signs, not part of heart exam
Complete thread -- Agana (note: spelling out "he" sounds like "ag")
Complete thread -- There is deviated nasal septum and mild retrognathia. Lungs: _______ breathing.
Complete thread -- good diagnosis. They just say their standard phrases without thinking.
Complete thread -- Come on now - I was counting on your telepathic powers here! Fail!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for suggestions. Moving on.
Complete thread -- Did that and came up with nothing. Think a lot of people use
Complete thread -- okay thanks!
Complete thread -- Doc says abdomen soft, gravid, nontender on EVERY report, pregnant or not.
Complete thread -- native=what was originally born with anatomy, no interference from surgery
Complete thread -- excuse me, I mean to put "Heart:" with a colon?
Complete thread -- what is the client request? To leave out "rate"? To include bpm when not dictated?
Complete thread -- If he gives you the person's name (or company name) can't you google that with street,
Complete thread -- never heard this before...s/l "native" back??
Complete thread -- Norma Jean?
Complete thread -- tonus refer to: Muscle tone, continuous, passive partial contraction of muscles
Complete thread -- I think it would help me help you, but whatever - you're the one asking for help.
Complete thread -- thanks... slowing down doesn't help me
Complete thread -- but that makes no sense about client request unless HEART is a heading.
Complete thread -- On the 1st one, She "is to" continue ?
Complete thread -- might be CT scan in there.
Complete thread -- do you not have a way to adjust speed of playback?
Complete thread -- s/l uh-con-uh Street in Grand Junction, CO TIA!
Complete thread -- client request
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- resting heart rate of 65 something is 100%
Complete thread -- Slow it down. It may be head and neck, but she is saying resting heart RATE.
Complete thread -- I am hearing a P sound at the beginning?
Complete thread -- ________ NECK: No JVD. No bruits.
Complete thread -- Even breathing.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Oropharynx is crowded. There is deviated nasal septum and mild retrognathia.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sand Ridge is a secure treatment facility in Mauston, WI., pr ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3304176/
Complete thread -- maxillomandibular
Complete thread -- S/L Tonus 1
Complete thread -- google hits put in quotation marks "sandwich" therapy.
Complete thread -- check into "sandwich therapy" - I think that's it.
Complete thread -- Hoo Shot JR -- oops, hepatojugular reflux.
Complete thread -- Neck: No *H J R*
Complete thread -- goooleeee SEE MSG
Complete thread -- Yes, that is the way burs are numbered. www.safcodental.com
Complete thread -- If it is jaw, maybe he's correcting himself and meaning just mandible?
Complete thread -- No prob--I really appreciate your help. This is a new area for me. : )
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- Thanks! So the 703 is okay--no decimals or anything in it?
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry. I didn't see it.
Complete thread -- Just *Colorado tip* -- but clear as a bell now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- No. or #, either one if no account specs on it.
Complete thread -- As stated, ORIF of jaw fracture. I know it was probably just easy to
Complete thread -- A *number seven oh three* burr was used to create two holes on either
Complete thread -- Colorado needle tip?
Complete thread -- What is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Bovie electrocautery with a *comma artery* tip was used to...
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia then administered to the *maxillar* mandibular vestibule...
Complete thread -- It's "comma tenderness". Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I'm hearing "tenderness" but still something missing
Complete thread -- Thanks, but pupils are in the next sentence
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- something and pupils react.
Complete thread -- sorry, sounds like it got cut off. I'll redo.
Complete thread -- wav is way too short
Complete thread -- His head is normocephalic with no signs of trauma, _____ or bruits.
Complete thread -- maybe searching these might have an answer
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- THink I might hear *application*. screws were drilled and application inserted in the sta
Complete thread -- screws were drilled *defecation* inserted in the standard fashion
Complete thread -- using the light pipe, the cutter and the *ah V* lenses.
Complete thread -- thanks. I also heard complains mainly but underlined just in case.
Complete thread -- complains mainly?
Complete thread -- complains lately?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- His wife _________ that X is relatively soft spoken and she often cannot hear him
Complete thread -- never mind, it's Citracal.
Complete thread -- s/l ciprocal
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Corps (pronounced core) of Engineers (part of the U.S. Army, I think)
Complete thread -- s/l core of engineers
Complete thread -- i think it is necrotic ____ femur. can someone make it out?
Complete thread -- I told his mother that most likely ___. It is not going to switch out as much as she
Complete thread -- He has a history of kidney disease, sleep apnea, and ___
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- He states that he is able to take deep tidal volume breaths and ___today
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ? amplatzer
Complete thread -- mechanical
Complete thread -- 51-year-old female with a history of ____ aortic and mitral
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes - thank you!!!!! ...
Complete thread -- epithelialized
Complete thread -- cyclical mastalgia? breast tenderness.
Complete thread -- OB/GYN
Complete thread -- The base of the blister is completely s/l "petialized". Blister is on the heel
Complete thread -- course
Complete thread -- course? not coarse
Complete thread -- shock on T means the shock was delivered in the T wave cycle
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- length in the leg a bit?
Complete thread -- Omni catheter?
Complete thread -- Ortho note
Complete thread -- Will flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- No, not hearing that. Maybe a better s/l is *omnipiter.* Going to flag.Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- manipulator?
Complete thread -- Finally, a *ah-mip-pah-ter* was placed into the aorta...
Complete thread -- Fenestrations were reinforced with *bolt* tungsten wire.
Complete thread -- yes, that's it. Thank you so much
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both! Yes, Spartacore is what I hear. Must be 0.014. THANKS!!
Complete thread -- into the left neural foramen
Complete thread -- vascular?
Complete thread -- http://www.abbottvascular.com/int/hi-torque-spartacore.html
Complete thread -- Yeah, what f g j j g j said...0.014.
Complete thread -- OR Supracore ??
Complete thread -- Hi-Torque Spartacore?
Complete thread -- oops...0.014 wire
Complete thread -- maybe 0.4 Spartacore wire
Complete thread -- the renal arteries were pre-wired using a *oh and four spardacort* wire.
Complete thread -- thyroid bx performed showed evidence of mixed calcified s/l rafter? nodule
Complete thread -- I need some of that...lol
Complete thread -- styling product (kind of a greasy goo that tames fly-aways and molds the hair)
Complete thread -- It works. Learned something new today!
Complete thread -- see if pomade works. its just a type of shampoo.
Complete thread -- medication
Complete thread -- Here is some context (if it will help in any way) thanks for trying
Complete thread -- There is a moderate left paracentral disc herniation, which ___(goes or causes) left
Complete thread -- local flap advancement coverage
Complete thread -- He had amputations of both fingertips and had to have debridement with ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- presumably
Complete thread -- The mechanism of Lyrica in this situation is ____ the stimulation of GABA inhibiting
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- flagged it - thank you
Complete thread -- I would put "quarter-strength" (with a hyphen) in this case.
Complete thread -- general question, please see msg.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oh duh me, i didn't even see that - how about periphlebitis?
Complete thread -- atorvastatin 20 mg daily is what I hear.
Complete thread -- that's all I can find, too, but cannot relate it to the eye??
Complete thread -- move even her leg,
Complete thread -- ? pylephlebitis
Complete thread -- If she attempts to _____ her leg, the jerking and shaking stop in all limbs.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- yup: O'Donoghue's Triad, also known as Terrible Triad, refers to a knee injury
Complete thread -- s/l plee-o-phlebitis (eye)
Complete thread -- tx so much
Complete thread -- s/l Terrible triad?? Make sense?
Complete thread -- Avodart, alfuzosin _____ starting 20 mg daily, multivitamin
Complete thread -- right-sided?
Complete thread -- regurgitation and normal _____ pressure. She has
Complete thread -- the hand?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- She feels that the BuTrans is clearly helping __ again, but she feels that
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- recommended to rule out?
Complete thread -- spot welds
Complete thread -- Newton Memorial
Complete thread -- X-rays show a total hip arthroplasty. There is some ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- by her local hospital, which is ____ which is now part of Overlook Atlantic Health
Complete thread -- which I have ______ secondary causes.
Complete thread -- maybe its bilateral something, comma, aortic valve replacement?
Complete thread -- I just hear HEENT: No JVD (but it should be JVP) elevation.
Complete thread -- Maybe we both got it from BOS-2, p. 330. SM for what it says.
Complete thread -- female who is status post bilateral *static* aortic valve replacement
Complete thread -- YES
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- You and I were thinking along the same lines (see my post above). : )
Complete thread -- Well, I was thinking along the lines of present and re-present (as when person
Complete thread -- OK, I lied. Onelook does list that meaning now, to create anew. Things change.
Complete thread -- Recreate is indeed a word, but it does not mean to create again. Use a hyphen.
Complete thread -- no, check dictionary, recreate is a word
Complete thread -- Do I need hyphen for re-create or okay as recreate? Having trouble thinking this one
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.... it was aqueous Hibidil ...