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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "sphenoid wing"?
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT FRONTAL EXTRA-AXIAL BRAIN TUMOR. ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- These were cauterized with bipolar cautery. Next, we drilled down the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 ? has had adequate ?
Complete thread -- 1) with stent exchanges (?) 2) is status post
Complete thread -- #1 ? stent exchanges ?
Complete thread -- #1 ?with stent exchange?
Complete thread -- The patient was found to have a recurrent left-sided mass encasing the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- ?chemo (period)?
Complete thread -- chemo
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 64-year-old male with a history of stage 3 colon canc ...
Complete thread -- Since poi heard it too, perhaps it is 8:39
Complete thread -- I did find info that a cysto can take less than 5 minutes! (see link)
Complete thread -- I think I hear "839" I tried to hear "829" but I can't. Yet I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 8:39?
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LEFT URETERAL OBSTRUCTION. Procedure: ...
Complete thread -- got it. thyroid
Complete thread -- The patient was diagnosed with ________ cancer in 2013.
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Nesina (diabetic med) ...see drugs.com link
Complete thread -- metformin, Lantus SoloStar, famotidine, __________, tramadol, vitamin D3
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Thank you - had only heard of this used in the eye. :)
Complete thread -- short for viscoelastic, viscosupplementation.
Complete thread -- He had *visco* injections into the knee which improved his pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks for trying everyone!
Complete thread -- For me, I'd go with it, looks like many types of oil solutions for arthritis. sm/link
Complete thread -- question wasn't "what is venesection?"; it was whether or not to hyphenate "once-a-year"
Complete thread -- Telemark skier?
Complete thread -- Allegra?
Complete thread -- silica?
Complete thread -- I actually can't here anything in there?
Complete thread -- venisection/venesection= phlebotomy surgical entry to vein, allow blood removal sm
Complete thread -- thank you0gives me a direction
Complete thread -- Her only medications are Inner Health Plus, ___ and the Implanon
Complete thread -- alpine mountain?
Complete thread -- some type of skier?
Complete thread -- something skier? downhill skier?
Complete thread -- some kind of sport s/l en tal muk see air (pretty sure 2 words)
Complete thread -- here is my google search if you need verification
Complete thread -- cool, thanks MT
Complete thread -- I personally would not
Complete thread -- !! Never mind - Crowe! Of course
Complete thread -- new resident dictating tonsillectomy, sm pls
Complete thread -- thank you! I tried google and seemed to be only getting other things such as:
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- would body-of-pancreas cyst be hyphenated
Complete thread -- I did listen...maybe electronic?
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- thank you fwiw-taco!
Complete thread -- ACP (acute care panel) - google find - acute care panel (collection of chemistry tests)
Complete thread -- that's how I'd do it, with hyphens like you have it.
Complete thread -- once-a-year venesection - is once a year hyphenated?
Complete thread -- ACP???
Complete thread -- I have placed him on our ____ recall register for this and at the same time he should
Complete thread -- or Telfa and tape?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll look that up!
Complete thread -- probably "Telfa" not "Teflon" - he may be mispronouncing it.
Complete thread -- One more question on that ACL surgery please.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ilaris?
Complete thread -- Remicade and s/l: *Elaris"
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 4-strand?
Complete thread -- my box shows "Rice Krispies Treats" and according to the above
Complete thread -- ACL reconstruction
Complete thread -- Rice Krispies treat? rice crispy treat? which one?
Complete thread -- short for viscoelastic ?
Complete thread -- I usually hear Viscoat (viscoeslastic) (see google hits link)
Complete thread -- Amvisc \
Complete thread -- irrigation and aspiration. *anvisc* was then injected to fill a capsular bag
Complete thread -- med s.l Visicol
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? Maybe duloxetine? (see list of SNRIs)
Complete thread -- I suggested the patient be placed on SNRI such as venlafaxine or s/l gil-oss-uh-teen.
Complete thread -- I vote for carbo/Taxol. Carbo is carboplatin.
Complete thread -- is carbotaxol or carbo/taxol chemo
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with limited
Complete thread -- woman who is sleepy _______ response
Complete thread -- nice! he's actually saying it backwards, the Holtgrewe-Yu blade.
Complete thread -- Yu-Holtgrewe Malleable Prostatic Retractor Blades ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- We then repeated the same dissection on the patientís right side, also ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The internal mammary vein was then clipped distally and a Rizzuti clam ...
Complete thread -- diaper ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. flagging.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- can't get the blank
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- VAC should be back
Complete thread -- Sterile dressings were then placed. The tubes were taped to the poste ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #1 ???to the kidney???
Complete thread -- #2 We spatulated the ureter on its lateral border.
Complete thread -- The ureter was the transposed over the crossing vessels. We then plac ...
Complete thread -- just to clarify I heard "Left undescended testicle, able to milk to upper scrotum"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Sorry....I may have created confusion. Your first post did not
Complete thread -- previously seen at
Complete thread -- The patient is a 2-year-old patient _____ Kings County after presentin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- IMO I would give her what she said and not edit.
Complete thread -- able to milk to upper scrotum (I did NOT hear milked..and I listened for it)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. will this be okay?
Complete thread -- Dorland''s shows appendix testis...aka testicular appendage (as well as other names)
Complete thread -- I hear her saying "The testis appendix and the epididymis" ...tho
Complete thread -- Thanks. :-)
Complete thread -- I would think "milked to upper scrotum" (as milk and milked can sound the same)
Complete thread -- The testis was then delivered into the scrotum. Tunica was then enter ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- milk to upper scrotum
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think she says "able to be milked out of the"
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: LEFT UNDESCENDED TESTICLE. Procedure ...
Complete thread -- Not sure. I'm going to leave a blank. Thanks for searching!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- per count?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- SPECIMENS: Six wound cultures, three from the intraoral site and thre ...
Complete thread -- Swelling in the?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- PERFECT! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "the saline within" ????
Complete thread -- procurvatum?
Complete thread -- All surgical sites were irrigated copiously with saline and moistened ...
Complete thread -- ankle arthrodesis and some developing s/l *pro-va-gatum* in her proximal tibia
Complete thread -- maybe?
Complete thread -- List as med: s/l *acetic* oil solution. Definitely a soft "c" sound or an "s"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- head of
Complete thread -- At this point, it was noted that there was an eroded stapes; however, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- was drilled?
Complete thread -- At this point, attention was turned to the mastoid and the mastoid ___ ...
Complete thread -- intraosseous?
Complete thread -- ....large anterior, or ....large tail of cyst?
Complete thread -- No ...the few listed below this one.
Complete thread -- You mean on another word board?
Complete thread -- Sorry...OP and I were working sequentially and got carried away.
Complete thread -- Well how is somebody supposed to help when the info is not given in the present post?
Complete thread -- Also seeing "aneurysmal bone cysts."
Complete thread -- Not in this post. From earlier post.
Complete thread -- I'm finding "ventral ganglion cyst" ...what do you think?
Complete thread -- Where in this post does it say "right"?
Complete thread -- Yeah! Thanks for all of your help!
Complete thread -- Good luck!
Complete thread -- right thumb
Complete thread -- I think I will just turn the rest in for QA. I have one more dictation to go!! :o((
Complete thread -- Also antral cyst in gastric mucosa.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It is the thumb. It is a ganglion cyst excision. But this part does not s/l ganglion. THan
Complete thread -- Where in the body is the procedure being performed?
Complete thread -- Sorry. I checked Dorland's for list of cyst descriptions and
Complete thread -- On #1 the last part s/l "_____ distally toward the nail bed"
Complete thread -- After the large ___ cyst had been removed,
Complete thread -- right. I wonder if he is a very new doc and forgot the name??
Complete thread -- All I can determine is that it does NOT s/l Esmarch.
Complete thread -- Awesome. You're an excellent researcher. Thank you.
Complete thread -- This should work now. THanks.
Complete thread -- mp3 is empty
Complete thread -- After time-out was complete, once his incisions were drawn to the righ ...
Complete thread -- Also I had found a timeout sheet indicating purpose was to
Complete thread -- Stumbling could be as he does this a lot. Thanks, Q.
Complete thread -- I should add I do hear 2 syllables...and was thinking he just stumbled on his words.
Complete thread -- I posted b4 reading your post....and mine is just an opinion.. don't
Complete thread -- I think site, patient, and procedure (BTJMO)
Complete thread -- It could be: to confirm the correct right side, patient, and procedure?
Complete thread -- ... time-out was performed to confirm correct side, _____ patient, and procedure.
Complete thread -- I will post vf shortly.
Complete thread -- Likely. I used that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- typo Esmarch
Complete thread -- Could he be saying Eshmarch?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "taken back to the OR" ??? otherwise I don't know
Complete thread -- The patient wished to proceed. He was marked, taken to the ____ OR, placed
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. I will be posting a few more. New dictator and hard to hear.
Complete thread -- I can't get the blank, but he says "has" (not had)
Complete thread -- The right upper extremity was exsanguinated with a s/l Isha.
Complete thread -- Of note, the patient had ____ nail deformity to the right thumb
Complete thread -- oops...typo....Rumel tournique?
Complete thread -- Could it be Rummel tourniquet?
Complete thread -- Ti-Cron (U.S. spelling) Tycron (European spelling) per Vera Pyle's
Complete thread -- secured with a *new well* tourniquet
Complete thread -- that was brilliant, glen
Complete thread -- YES! Thank you, Glen!!
Complete thread -- No hyphen for pansensitive (see Merriam Webster link & scroll down to pan- entry)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would not cap operating room
Complete thread -- Prolene
Complete thread -- and removal of _______ foreign bodies
Complete thread -- I think the points raised are valid and leaves the term as questionable.
Complete thread -- any chance it could be: Striking presbyesophagus?
Complete thread -- What surgery is being done?
Complete thread -- Good point - I also noticed that all the hits on Q's search have to do w/tummy tucks.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- If you add the word *fat*, as per the dictation, you get 0 google hits
Complete thread -- I find there is a separation technique....see google hits link...I would
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- See thread above this one.
Complete thread -- s/l separation muscle release
Complete thread -- Yes, see google hits link.
Complete thread -- might be wanting you to strike (take out) final diagnosis and just use impression
Complete thread -- maybe "Final Diagnosis/Impression" (strike = slash or stroke)
Complete thread -- I continued dissection superiorly *floating* the umbilicus
Complete thread -- I continued dissection superiorly *floating* the umbilicus
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSIS: s/l*Strike impressi* esophagus and distal esophageal peptic strictu
Complete thread -- got it - it is ostomy site
Complete thread -- upper abdominal old ______ site incisional hernia.
Complete thread -- THANks.
Complete thread -- incidental note would make good sense
Complete thread -- s/l in-sul note ?
Complete thread -- sigmoid volvulus and ______ dilatation AND proximal to it ______.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Site of tenderness was the?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- symptomatology with
Complete thread -- abdominal symptom. _______ pain and diarrhea
Complete thread -- rash. _______ mid epigastric area
Complete thread -- Bethesda VI.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The last ultrasound was performed in July and showed a right upper pol ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ??better??
Complete thread -- A curved tunneler was then used to create a tunnel along the anterior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- A Cheatle incision was made (see link)
Complete thread -- Similarly, the distal end of segment C (i.e. the mucous fistula) and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "emerging bowel appeared."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- left in
Complete thread -- Both mucous fistulae and the jejunostomy were closed with a figure-of- ...
Complete thread -- This is a 2-month-old ex-30-week female triplet, currently weighing 2. ...
Complete thread -- i am noting them. this is my new system so had to start rebuilding that notepad. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Guy, if you have a special words book, you should list this
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- HOCM - Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get your blank
Complete thread -- NOTE: I hear history of breast cancer (not eviscerated).
Complete thread -- The patient is a 74-year-old female with a history of COPD secondary t ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- There was no other pathology noted within the endometrial cavity. The ...
Complete thread -- Bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Or how about conchal bowl?
Complete thread -- If she's saying "left", could she be saying "left comparable shave of BCC"??
Complete thread -- Strange, because it sounds like she's spelling it as "concha" but saying conkible
Complete thread -- Right cheek, status post Mohs surgery
Complete thread -- Since he says "left" if makes me think he's referring to anatomy.
Complete thread -- Do you know where on the patient's body?
Complete thread -- Patient had a left s/l conkible shave of BCC (derm report).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Integra
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The left-sided groin flap was complicated by partial necrosis and ther ...
Complete thread -- a rollover MVC (motor vehicle collision)
Complete thread -- The patient is a 6-year-old female patient who is well known to the pl ...
Complete thread -- Just sharing what I found
Complete thread -- ? Are you saying now it should be capped based on that link?
Complete thread -- Found this 2011 Australian Consent Form showing Permacath
Complete thread -- Looks like it.
Complete thread -- okay, so not a word in a dictionary. I am able to find the google hits too, just
Complete thread -- I'm finding it in international books, educational sites and PubMed
Complete thread -- 5-foot-high (see link...such as Grammar Girl)
Complete thread -- according to Onelook, permacath has 0 dictionary hits
Complete thread -- 30-pound box and 5-foot high box....are these punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- of the wall in the right
Complete thread -- It was several centimeters in size and about 4 cm in diameter. The ma ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. I found "PermCath dual-lumen hemodialysis catheter" in stedman
Complete thread -- which medical dictionary do you find that in?
Complete thread -- This was associated with a prompt diastolic arrest of the heart. The ...
Complete thread -- Also he says permacath (see link) (not PermCath)
Complete thread -- Also would think it s/b "in his right" (not and)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- accordingly? was dialyzed with a
Complete thread -- must be MRSA. Further in report said
Complete thread -- very clearly dictating MSRA
Complete thread -- The patient is a 50-year-old patient with a history of hypertension, e ...
Complete thread -- listen for MSSA too. Otherwise, you really can't tell which is correct.
Complete thread -- Dictating MSRA ENDOCARDITIS. Should I change it to MRSA ENDOCARDITIS? ...
Complete thread -- Pseudomonas?
Complete thread -- found it! Stenotrophomonas
Complete thread -- Pneumonia: Culture grew s/l "steena propomonas"
Complete thread -- surgical repair?
Complete thread -- no actually doc was dictating as procedure... any how got to pend this ...
Complete thread -- are these headings? what comes next? Maybe: "SURGEON: Nair."
Complete thread -- Incisional ventral herniorrhaphy with mesh s/l surgenair
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He is doing beautifully with full facial recovery following his left-sided resection
Complete thread -- mainly
Complete thread -- not sure if mini or mainly, sm plse
Complete thread -- Note: capitalize Gram stain..named after Hans Christian Joachim Gram
Complete thread -- does anyone have the link to download power MP3? I got a new computer and can't find
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- gram stain *commature* and sensitivity
Complete thread -- or I guess it'd be the 3rd revision, for 4 procedures total including original.
Complete thread -- If you're sure that's what is dictated, I'd do re-re-revision (i.e., it's a 4th revision)
Complete thread -- would you use this?
Complete thread -- ____ multiple studies
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- something about "attending university of..." (and "He" not "She")
Complete thread -- Apparently, the patient _______ at Coney
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Stelazine.
Complete thread -- ___ Airborne Division ___
Complete thread -- he was treated with _______. At some point, he
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- at some point _______ involved in war
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He grew up ________ state of Illinois where he
Complete thread -- Anatomy seems to support this...see message inside
Complete thread -- "identified entering into the base" (insertion)?
Complete thread -- he has admitted to have been primarily responding
Complete thread -- he was admitted ________ responding to internal
Complete thread -- finger amputation repairs....see inside for s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I heard.
Complete thread -- Not sure about "immunized." Never heard that b4 and worked in dental office 15 years.
Complete thread -- when he is in the conversation
Complete thread -- poor historian ______ conversation (i think i hear it but not sure)
Complete thread -- "mental diagnoses starting in his 20s"
Complete thread -- medical diagnoses of ________; however, he was brought
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The abdomen was inspected with the findings as noted above. Two addit ...
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Complete thread -- I'm not sure, but ??Excess of (or Excessive) facial composite, no treatment. ??? I'm
Complete thread -- Tooth #E: Strip crown, size #A3. Tooth #F: Immunized mesial and d ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- At this point, an 11 mm, three-hole bar miniplate was adapted to the a ...
Complete thread -- At this point, an 11 mm, three-hole bar miniplate was adapted to the a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- skeletal (skull?) miniplate anchorage
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: SKELETAL DENTOFACIAL DEFORMITY. Proc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- "to judge"?
Complete thread -- We used cortical keys _____ alignment as well as restoration of length ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, Q!
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying something like "Other than that, the knot was
Complete thread -- ADJUST INTRAOCULAR LENS (IOL) AND REINFORCE SCLERAL WALL WITH GRAFT
Complete thread -- What is the name of the procedure? Perhaps I can tell what he's
Complete thread -- Might have been "left vert" (as in left vertebral artery)
Complete thread -- Now the mp3 pertaining to post below is posted. Thank you!
Complete thread -- It is syncytium indeed? Thanks a whole lot, Questyr.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think syncytium. See link
Complete thread -- Im still checking this.
Complete thread -- I think more likely syncytium "This syncytium of vessels"
Complete thread -- I will post mp 3 in a moment. Questyr, would you kindly look at 2 posts down and listen?
Complete thread -- I now hear it s/l insicium . But could this word make sense. There is another...
Complete thread -- Since I'm not sure what he's trying to say I can only suggest a blank and flag (sorry).
Complete thread -- There is an SC (squamocolumnar) junction (aka the Z line).
Complete thread -- How could I edit this to make sense? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway had to flag it
Complete thread -- *SQ* junction on EGD. What does SQ stand for?
Complete thread -- ..skin and subcutaneous tissues. _______ of vessels was found...
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- no idea what doc mean, s/l "verd" sm pls
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon, context inside
Complete thread -- vascular surgery, s/l "pro-ten" sm for context
Complete thread -- thanks! I thought of that,too, but couldn't come up with a fit. Will flag! :)
Complete thread -- maybe a "juxta"-something distribution (instead of "just a") but don't know what it'd be
Complete thread -- distal knee area in ______ s/l "just a friatary" distribution
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "done was the" (I can't hear "sewn" - but I could be wrong)
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- over (it?) and
Complete thread -- might be a small word before was? My headphones broke, so its not easy to hear.
Complete thread -- was sewn to the
Complete thread -- dressing was placed _____ covered with a Steri drape.
Complete thread -- The first anastomosis _____ left anterior descending artery
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- median ramus (see link)
Complete thread -- The *medium* ramus artery was heavily
Complete thread -- glad he didn't say sex woman
Complete thread -- I thought at first that he was saying mild, but then this seems to be (sm)
Complete thread -- *mile* probably should be mild. What was your question?
Complete thread -- Patient with new disc herniation and prior decompression and fusion of
Complete thread -- ya I would think sex hormone, but I slowed it down and still clearly sex-man
Complete thread -- sex hormone?
Complete thread -- s/l sex-man binding globulin production
Complete thread -- MRSA, but not a procedure, methicillin-resistant Staphylocuccus aureus.
Complete thread -- I have to turn it in now. Thanks
Complete thread -- A medical acronym for procedure that s/l Marsha?
Complete thread -- Ya think?
Complete thread -- I don't have. Patient was driving a ____ bus.
Complete thread -- I wonder if billybob can add this to the cut/paste character box on the bottom
Complete thread -- huh? I think we need a bit (lot) more information
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Kernig sign with a lot of mess ups
Complete thread -- Neuro Exam
Complete thread -- hmm, could be. ...bumps or edema?
Complete thread -- ____ or edema?
Complete thread -- peripheral?
Complete thread -- *pumpsford* edema?? Legs show no pumpsford edema.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- squames = squamous epithelial cells?
Complete thread -- wow!! Great job - thanks!
Complete thread -- UA has s/l squames and sheets. TIA!
Complete thread -- Its been in the archives for nearly 10 years.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This is a 61-year-old female who sustained a left femoral shaft fractu ...
Complete thread -- that's exactly what I was going to say he might be thinking of.
Complete thread -- Amnisure ROM testô ?
Complete thread -- mp3 added
Complete thread -- s/l Romsure test? (rahm-shure, very clear)
Complete thread -- I think that's it! Thanks
Complete thread -- injurious?
Complete thread -- or maybe s/l **atch-er-ee-uss**
Complete thread -- smoking is **arch-er-ee-uss** to her cardiovasc/respiratory health?
Complete thread -- fall - seasons of the year are not capitalized
Complete thread -- This Fall, or This fall, ??
Complete thread -- good wag - without hearing it, that's my guess as well
Complete thread -- ☂ - wrong
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- New FDA (6) Bevespi Aerosphere, Cinqair, Utibron, Vivtrol sm
Complete thread -- POLST (acronym) Hospital Form sm
Complete thread -- found Link on getto sleep study click link
Complete thread -- FDA vaccines (4) SM
Complete thread -- He is ESL but just sounds like ghetto. Left a blank - ty both!
Complete thread -- portable?
Complete thread -- needs to get a ??
Complete thread -- don't laugh
Complete thread -- aclidinium (Tudorza)
Complete thread -- looking for med for COPD that s/l imidiclanium. SM
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- maybe a.m. as in morning?
Complete thread -- sp hip arthroscopy. soem kind of pt program
Complete thread -- The internal
Complete thread -- here's the link
Complete thread -- I'm finding reference to pleural and paracolic gutters. (see link) But you
Complete thread -- #2 one fingertip.
Complete thread -- Laterally, the tails of the mesh were crossed and the internal ring wa ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The mesentery was taken working back proximally with a LigaSure until ...
Complete thread -- SM - s/l pericardial gutta/gutter? Not really verifying.
Complete thread -- could it be "...and then fusion (instead of 'transfusion') beds created?
Complete thread -- What is/are the name(s) of the procedure(s) being performed?
Complete thread -- Don't know about your s/l, but are you sure he is not saying
Complete thread -- my typo...dissection
Complete thread -- NOTE: s/b these levels was (not were) as the noun is "disection"
Complete thread -- transfusion *beds created and* packed off.
Complete thread -- ohhhh
Complete thread -- malleable (google malleable retractor)
Complete thread -- last two sutures, a _____ was placed beneath the mesh
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Not sure, but I think I hear "it's true the mesh already etc"
Complete thread -- mesh as a barrier _____ the mesh is already
Complete thread -- adjacent to another circumferentially ....(another suture maybe?)
Complete thread -- correction
Complete thread -- Before tying the last two sutures, a *malleable* was placed beneath the mesh and
Complete thread -- adjacent to ______??
Complete thread -- out the fascia ______ circumferentially
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear "distal" too and I think he is referring to the distal lead.
Complete thread -- I hear "contribution" also - I think it fits - meaning the veins and arteries.
Complete thread -- With fissures and vascular ______ to the right upper lobe fully
Complete thread -- referred for ______extraction and reimplantation.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "two additional separate points"
Complete thread -- Is he correcting himself? Started to say 2 additional, and changed to "Seven points of.."
Complete thread -- I think #3 is "lysed"
Complete thread -- technique, two additional ______ points accesses were made
Complete thread -- patient was referred for *distal* extraction and reimplantation.
Complete thread -- With fissures and vascular *contribution* to the right upper lobe fully divided
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- search of old records, he is saying Omnipaque, Thanks
Complete thread -- bladder surgery - s/l Ona-Fay contrast?
Complete thread -- Note no comma after apex...it is a noun being used as an adjective...
Complete thread -- #1 Is a repeat etc #2 ?Adhesions between the fascia? #3 ???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Infant handed to peds in attendance. Placenta delivered via Crede *in ...
Complete thread -- Infant handed to peds _____. Placenta delivered via Crede. Intact ut ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: _____ REPEAT CESAREAN SECTION, PARAGARD PLACEMENT. F ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Also...We then fired our stapler.
Complete thread -- intermedius. We .....also s/b reinflated (past tense also no hyphen)
Complete thread -- We could clearly see the bronchus to the middle lobe, lower lobe, and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- until we could
Complete thread -- We then took down the adhesions to the diaphragm and posterior chest w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I wonder if she's saying "enlarged." Some times the specimen makes the
Complete thread -- The gallbladder was placed in an endoscopic retrieval bag and removed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Yes. One meaning is "not central"
Complete thread -- evidence of infection of the facets from L3 to L5, and a dorsal epidur ...
Complete thread -- Is.... see link
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- SVA problem
Complete thread -- A 10-cm skin incision was made centered over the fracture site. Care ...
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into the operating room and placed in a supine ...
Complete thread -- Lipitor 20 mg at bedtime, s/l muh-toe-vic-fone 750 mg twice a day. TIA!
Complete thread -- Yes. Thanks!
Complete thread -- could be tolterodine but check your problem list to see if appropriate
Complete thread -- s/l on-toe-tear-uh-deen extended release 2 mg daily.
Complete thread -- You're right on the led....thank you.
Complete thread -- welll... see linky
Complete thread -- oh heck - ignore me.
Complete thread -- not sure yet, but "led" to cardiomyopathy...
Complete thread -- history of s/l sin-sue-sin-ul iron overload, which lead to cardiomyopathy.TIA!
Complete thread -- YES! Thank you!
Complete thread -- right lung field?
Complete thread -- Surrounding soft tissues and visualized s/l*right long field* are within normal limit
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- one's (singular possessive....as in the patient's guide)
Complete thread -- to be ones' guide or to be one's guide??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I find the term "up layer" (sometimes uplayer or up-layer) being used, but
Complete thread -- OPERATIONS:
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l *uplayer* of 3-0 nylon
Complete thread -- Note: I am concerned about "and a large"....the way the
Complete thread -- Here is a description of an IDET procedure where they use heat
Complete thread -- What is the title of the procedure?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The disk itself was *heated up*.
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you! : )
Complete thread -- It could make sense. If he was trying to say "insensate" he
Complete thread -- I hear "for infusaport" (not Visiport). (see link...see what you think)
Complete thread -- Pt is sensate intact to light touch to the dorsum and plantar aspects of the foot.
Complete thread -- scar from previous procedure _______ Visiport placement
Complete thread -- thank you so much Questyr !!
Complete thread -- reconstruction?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- I think she says Coversyl, Coversyl Plus"
Complete thread -- anyone hear Coversyl Plus?
Complete thread -- Here's link
Complete thread -- Maybe RES...
Complete thread -- see link...scroll down to "How do I prepare..etc" to the "Contrast Media" section
Complete thread -- could it be the name of a facility where the CT was done? (at NREC or some such?)
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- vascular disease with ______ arthritis, hypercholesterolemia
Complete thread -- Where does "and with" go?
Complete thread -- Her medications include Coversyl, ___ and Progout.
Complete thread -- I expect the doc is saying "and with"
Complete thread -- Cervical spine CT
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- haha - I won by 2 seconds!
Complete thread -- Patellar and Achilles reflexes ?
Complete thread -- patellar and Achilles reflexes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lumbar radiculopathy _____. AND patient at length ____ his pain must
Complete thread -- fluoroscopy-barium?
Complete thread -- has sensation intact from L1 to S1. ____ are symmetric and +1.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Had cirrhosis with an *F B* showing Mallory Weiss tear.
Complete thread -- s/l he is saying "with that" but I'm not sure. I think he burped too.
Complete thread -- performed using a ___________ 100% oxygen.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Goodnight all...I'm off to dreamland.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ???The patient asked admission for trial???
Complete thread -- The patient is a healthy gentleman with a history of left-sided ureter ...
Complete thread -- I would have never gotten it without pulling up that old report.
Complete thread -- I was just coming back with that as a possibility, though I couldn't hear it clearly
Complete thread -- finally got that one too. Dr. Jeyarajah, had done a Whipple procedure in 2008. sm
Complete thread -- sorry about that. I meant to post all that in the original post.
Complete thread -- The patient has a prolonged history of chronic pancreatitis, starting in 2000, has had sm
Complete thread -- On #2 she just changes her mind from "surgery for " to "surgeries
Complete thread -- What is the "it" she is referring to?
Complete thread -- I thought I heard celiac in there. Thanks
Complete thread -- Had it done as a __________ procedure in 2008. She has had __________ surgeries sm
Complete thread -- was discharged to do outpatient celiac plexus block
Complete thread -- What was it?
Complete thread -- What is the patient's diagnosis/problem?
Complete thread -- Finally figured this one out. thanks.
Complete thread -- okay it's there again.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #2 heterotrophic ossification
Complete thread -- #1 and possibly be discharged with the wound VAC.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. will post mp3
Complete thread -- The incisional wound VAC dressing will remain on for seven days and wi ...
Complete thread -- Only old WAV there.
Complete thread -- Was discharged to the outpatient __________ block, but the patient continued to sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. flagging.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- The first screw removed was a lag screw from the inner table going to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- distracted
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention into reducing the posterior column fractu ...
Complete thread -- yes! Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "indicated" ???
Complete thread -- The patient had previously undergone open reduction and internal fixat ...
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't find where a nose drain would be used in a
Complete thread -- Still sounds like "noz" "nose"
Complete thread -- ??Penrose drain?? or ??closed drain?? (I verified that a
Complete thread -- Pilonidal cyst, right inner thigh
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #1 end of the bone #2 end of the bone
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT LOWER EXTREMITY BELOW-KNEE AMPUTATION ...
Complete thread -- The debridement was carried out until healthy-appearing tissue was enc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Attempts at treating the wound
Complete thread -- #1 Attempts to _____ the wound #2 wound care
Complete thread -- The patient was discharged and then readmitted from acute rehab facili ...
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- CT of the cervical spine without contrast was showing no acute __________ fracture sm
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your suggestions. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- antibiotic or antimicrobial.
Complete thread -- All I can find is antibiotic-impregnated....Can find nothing that s/l am
Complete thread -- I then placed the s/l am impregnated ventricular catheter. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- shoulder
Complete thread -- The surgical site was then prepped and draped in a standard sterile fa ...
Complete thread -- #2 tensor tympani (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 was not
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- crevices or
Complete thread -- The facial nerve was identified in the vertical segment within the mas ...
Complete thread -- At this point, the anterior buttress or anterior aspect of the middle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- blind sac
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of the procedure were discussed with the patient at ...
Complete thread -- See column 1 bottom of page 3, then column 2 top of page 3.
Complete thread -- oops...here's the link
Complete thread -- Achillis is the Latin singular genitive form of the Greek name for Achilles. (See
Complete thread -- so do everyone type it as tendo Achillis or tendo Achilles ?? Thanks!
Complete thread -- counsel
Complete thread -- I'm done today, will hold note and check back tomorrow - thanks in advance
Complete thread -- At least one son is a power of attorney, and he shares counsel?/council? with Ms X's
Complete thread -- using trapped
Complete thread -- lung with a small basilar *trap space* remaining
Complete thread -- reinforced with *digital* Monocryl
Complete thread -- the lower uterine segment. The _____ Balfour and Richardson retractor were
Complete thread -- I know by itself is Achilles, but when "tendo" is before it, I find it as tendo Achillis
Complete thread -- Latin Achillis, English Achilles. I've never seen it as Achillis, but read your link.
Complete thread -- I got report back from QA and they changed something that makes me scratch my head
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- prodromal would certainly fit - google for more info on prodromes for MS.
Complete thread -- It is plausible she may have something like MS which is presenting with ______ symptoms in
Complete thread -- prodromal? If not, please give us more context to help figure it out.
Complete thread -- the patient presenting with s/l Prodium??? symptoms
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- position of the K-wire, ______ HyProCure implant
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I don't know about towers, but you have a typo - manufactureR's specs
Complete thread -- We then removed the *towers*. We copiously irrigated and obtained meticulous hemosta
Complete thread -- I did but not a lot so I wanted to confirrm.
Complete thread -- yup - Google Pacifico cannula
Complete thread -- sl *Pacifico* cannula
Complete thread -- or maybe just saying components?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- No components.
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS: None. _____. However, the patient had two 0.045-inc ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Right ovarian cystectomy
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 23-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 0 WITH COMPLEX ADNEXA ...
Complete thread -- She has been less active and less responsive and not eating or drinking much, but sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- No rectovaginal nodule felt.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Exam under anesthesia, a six-week size mobile, axial uterus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- the nail length that
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- OSA with obesity hypoventilation syndrome and uses an s/l avapac (spells letters) TIA
Complete thread -- Sequential reamers were used to ream the proximal segment starting 9-m ...
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "same" also, and also did not know if it made sense. GMTA
Complete thread -- thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- Okay that is what I heard too, but then I heard "the same" on #2 and was not sure if it sm
Complete thread -- Not sure on #2
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 hurrying
Complete thread -- Has deemed the patient to be needing advanced heart failure therapies. The patient sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I'm sure you've nailed it!
Complete thread -- mobile teeth
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying multi-teeth???
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE FINDINGS: Severely displaced malunion and nonunion of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- fully
Complete thread -- gotta be it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- We attempted closed reduction; however, the fracture fragments were __ ...
Complete thread -- Liar, liar, pants on fire?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- lit
Complete thread -- This is a 66-year-old male admitted to the medical service who was fou ...
Complete thread -- Might be Ciloxan. Check drugs.com and see what you think.
Complete thread -- Great question. Eyelid.
Complete thread -- Where was the cyst?
Complete thread -- Cyst excision: ______ s/l "suloxamin" ointment was applied.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- See thread above.
Complete thread -- Kalydeco for cystic fibrosis (see link)
Complete thread -- KALYDECO (sorry for the caps/copy and pasted/initial cap only)
Complete thread -- Patient on s/l Kolitico 150 mg p.o. daily. (Patient has Crohn's, cystic fibrosis)
Complete thread -- s/l Kolatico 150 mg p.o. daily. Patient has Crohn's, cystic fibrosis, nephrolithiasis
Complete thread -- thank you all!! It very well may be Kayexalate... Good thought!
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- A bit convoluted, but looks like Howmedica has trademark on Prolayer
Complete thread -- says it again within body of report.
Complete thread -- not sure, new dictator; no prior reports to look at
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flex sig - flexible sigmoidoscopy. you have it in the prior sentence.
Complete thread -- clearance for *flexig*. We will consider sigmoid stent *flexig* findings
Complete thread -- (i.e., the medication is not for hypertension, but to counteract side effect of med.)
Complete thread -- how about Kayexalate for the hyperkalemia?
Complete thread -- Might be a stretch, but Aquazide?
Complete thread -- medication s/l "axelite" for hypertension? See msg.
Complete thread -- sulfur colloid scan
Complete thread -- please help, long report....
Complete thread -- She has had a prior __ scan which confirmed that this was focal nodular hyperplasia.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- to lower the calcium _______ tomorrow
Complete thread -- s/l biz mo mabilia
Complete thread -- mass worrisome for pulmonary malignancy.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- medial lobe mass or a _______ pulmonary malignancy
Complete thread -- ...holding this loop of bowel in place
Complete thread -- The fascial defect was extended slightly. Adhesions holding the __________ bowel sm
Complete thread -- No problem. she keeps moving her mouth away so I cannot hear anything. Is going to sm
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get them.
Complete thread -- In fact 3 weeks ago he had swallow test done and at that point they said his sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- a further 4 cm
Complete thread -- The wound was probed and seem to extend an additional 4 cm inferolater ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear #1 eczema and #2 after having been slashed (she
Complete thread -- This is a 30-year-old male with a history of _____ thumb surgery who w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The consent reflects this and
Complete thread -- However, upon discussion in the holding area, the patient decided agai ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- tie and a pass
Complete thread -- At this time, attention was turned to the right fallopian tube. The r ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you, I thought so, too!
Complete thread -- yes, I bet you're right!
Complete thread -- Could it be SE (for squamous epithelial cells, a contaminant)
Complete thread -- I guess she is saying epi - using that
Complete thread -- central makes more sense to me.
Complete thread -- used this
Complete thread -- The (not typed) UA had 55 *F E* at the suggesting contaminated the specimen and he
Complete thread -- vocal cord anomaly with a *wart*, measles, mumps,
Complete thread -- magnesium, Antenex, Lofenoxal, ___, and Panadol Osteo.
Complete thread -- sentinel or central pore?
Complete thread -- Tried to hear the A but could not. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, I noticed and tried - didn't get much. THanks for your help.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing "OSA" as I note past history has obstructive sleep apnea
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ????with ____ common iliac superiorly????
Complete thread -- treated for chronic AFib, CKD stage IV, **O S E**, PVC, depression.
Complete thread -- ??dissection, the gonadal vein?? (see link)
Complete thread -- think it might be "bulldog clamp" (see link)
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't get your s/l
Complete thread -- I would have expected "was approximated with sutures" ( not "was approximately sutures"
Complete thread -- This entire section sounds like similar phrasing to section linked with the WAV...You
Complete thread -- Not sure, but "present over these" ?????
Complete thread -- "with _________superiorly," (find out where you are in the
Complete thread -- I think I can only get the 1st word "present_______" The last
Complete thread -- lymph nodes ________ vessels by seriallycauterizing, cutting,
Complete thread -- muscle laterally, _______ internal iliac
Complete thread -- lymph nodes _______ cauterizing
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- coiled suture with *he monstered* bolsters
Complete thread -- renal pedicle was clamped using *bull voe* clamp and the lesion
Complete thread -- Gerota's fascia. On inferior dissection, *decon nylon* vein
Complete thread -- the superior glenoid ____ in vertical mattress
Complete thread -- biceps_____ (wav) had a tear anterior superiorly. _____ rotator cuff
Complete thread -- interscalene nerve block and a _______ were then applied
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- with debridement extensive ________ joint.
Complete thread -- yesterday she developed intermittent _____ and was found to have
Complete thread -- methylprednisolone, ________, Singulair, Percocet and potassium.
Complete thread -- What was the sentnce(s)) before After 2nd arrest...?
Complete thread -- For what it's worth, I'd actually use the comma even IF the subject was there.
Complete thread -- "After 2nd arrest was intubated" is nonsensical.
Complete thread -- "After a brief prepositional phrase. (Is it a single phrase of fewer than five words?)"
Complete thread -- The arrest wasn't intubated, the unstated/implied "patient" was.
Complete thread -- I did find the term used in a court document....not particularly
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Transvenous Pacemaker
Complete thread -- Click on the word "cuffing" in the Find Box at the top
Complete thread -- Yes. This link shows peribronchial cuffing may cause air trapping.
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I s/l self-passed-it to 8 cm. The stereotactic probe was then removed. TIA!
Complete thread -- chest x-ray
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and placed on the operatin ...
Complete thread -- A Cheatle slit. found with "che.." in stedman and got it. Thanks to you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. Flagging it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Sorry can't get this one. I keep hearing a cheetah foot. LOL
Complete thread -- in the first 5 cm?
Complete thread -- The end of the proximal dilated jejunum was opened with Metzenbaum sci ...
Complete thread -- This revealed multiple (type 4) atresia _____ 5 cm of jejunum. A segm ...
Complete thread -- Past medical history: Cystic and s/l self-chelation in the kidney. TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room where epidural anesthesi ...
Complete thread -- hypotonia?
Complete thread -- help with physical exam, pls sm
Complete thread -- yay!
Complete thread -- GOT IT! Ruptured globe.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- QA filled it in as "pterional," for future reference if anyone finds this :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes, google that along with "plastic surgery"
Complete thread -- vena comitans
Complete thread -- ? ascending branch of the lateral
Complete thread -- scalp was so tight, we *parachuted* the edges and with a series
Complete thread -- atery and two *venocomatats*
Complete thread -- flap which was ________ lateral femoral circumflex
Complete thread -- No worries, thanks for trying :)
Complete thread -- bladder surgical tear repair, sm plse
Complete thread -- hmmmmm... can't think of anything? sorry!
Complete thread -- Thanks, no. It's 3 distinct syllables, too-rye-nal
Complete thread -- cranial? maybe?
Complete thread -- Sending blanks
Complete thread -- Excision of cavernous angioma, *turinal* sm plz
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- in sterile manner. ________ were removed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dissection including _____ until the
Complete thread -- directed to the ___ lateral/metatarsal head.___ was /lateral foot _______.
Complete thread -- or osteomyelitis?
Complete thread -- First blank is "reflected back."
Complete thread -- This is for the 2nd blank.
Complete thread -- nevermind, that doesn't make sense here.
Complete thread -- I hear something like 'ethmoid lattice' (2nd blank)
Complete thread -- osteoarthritis as well as slight erosion?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- changes due to _______ and discoloration
Complete thread -- No MP3?
Complete thread -- careful
Complete thread -- careful
Complete thread -- wow... i sure cannot figure that one out. sorry.
Complete thread -- sharply and bluntly with _______ protection
Complete thread -- The area was carefully aspirated in order to make sure that no vessels were penetrate
Complete thread -- with the help of an _______ wire
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- interscalene?
Complete thread -- inner *stettling* wire
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Ziac?
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l zy axe
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks - didn't hear it at first
Complete thread -- refill noted to the digits
Complete thread -- good capillary __________ of the digits as well
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- some shortening --- was resected not retracted.
Complete thread -- alignment with _________. The remaining
Complete thread -- a few blanks - please help
Complete thread -- I think maybe I got it: second K-wire was advanced in the proximal phalanx to allow for
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- maybe cross-drill or cross-drilling technique? (I'm giving up - gotta get to work now)
Complete thread -- and that would be *Brostrom*, if that's what he's saying (sorry)
Complete thread -- Brostum? or cross-something? and #2 is nitinol wire, like bkloli said.
Complete thread -- I hear nothing in there. sounds like he draws out the word passed?
Complete thread -- nitinol wire - cant get the 1st word
Complete thread -- phalanx where __________ technique was performed. The ________ wire was
Complete thread -- the FiberWire was ______ the
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- second K-wire __________ within the
Complete thread -- MT blade? metatarsal blade?
Complete thread -- he says abbreviated (describing MTPJ)
Complete thread -- completed utilizing a __________ blade
Complete thread -- joint _________ MTPJ
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- *something* limited capsulotomy - can't get first part
Complete thread -- with complete reduction of the bunion deformity noted at that time.
Complete thread -- we deemed it appropriate at that time to perform a
Complete thread -- laterally. __________ was noted at this time. The __________ was
Complete thread -- was removed, __________ chevron type Austin cut
Complete thread -- metatarsal head __________ capsulotomy was performed
Complete thread -- Utilizing a *new G* blade with blunt instrumentation as well, sharp
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- all I can get is spatulated the ureter on its lateral _____ approximately
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- We incised the renal pelvis and reduced it to the level of the calyces ...
Complete thread -- _____ evaluated the renal
Complete thread -- Laparoscopic camera was then introduced and under direct visualization ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. He's not the best dictator out there.
Complete thread -- i tried but could not get it. sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks. will do that. :-)
Complete thread -- Each one __________ has gone down as the quality of his veins are somewhat small sm
Complete thread -- Just message me if I don't answer soon when it's just you and me on here.
Complete thread -- okay added you. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- see this link
Complete thread -- from foot to thigh was bandaged with an Ace bandage.
Complete thread -- Okay still not finding that way. What is your profile pic? Maybe that will help me.
Complete thread -- The sheath and the catheter were removed and pressure was held at the ...
Complete thread -- enter the email id in Search Facebook bar adjacent to f sign after you login in fb. :-)
Complete thread -- A puncture needle ...
Complete thread -- okay not sure how to find somone on FB by email address.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. flagging.
Complete thread -- sorry not finding anything on this one.
Complete thread -- The saphenous vein was then traced distally past the knee. This area ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I wrote starting and sent. u can find me on FB by guygolden@gmail.com
Complete thread -- I think I hear starring. I wish you could buzz me somehow to know when you post a sm
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- The ball-tipped guidewire was then removed and decision was made to ch ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. say my hello to your son. :-)
Complete thread -- Flexor digitorum superficialis
Complete thread -- Hey guy check out FDS. I think that is it. My son found it.
Complete thread -- Sorry forgot about this. Sent in a blank. Thanks for trying guy.
Complete thread -- Tyvm!
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried through the soft tissues of the fingers down to ...
Complete thread -- attached _____?
Complete thread -- sm for diagnoses list and blank.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- At this time, a new VAC dressing was placed. It was hooked up to the ...
Complete thread -- you are something else....:-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- oops...my typo...meant to type anterior abdominal wall (not was)
Complete thread -- Scroll down to hit #6...the ncbi article.
Complete thread -- She might be saying "mummy wrap" (see link)
Complete thread -- See if you can hear:
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Marcaine was also injected into the wound prior to Dermabond. The wou ...
Complete thread -- led us to recommend
Complete thread -- The patient is a 65-year-old man with a history of right-sided testicu ...
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- footboard
Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room and placed in a supine p ...
Complete thread -- Hernia
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Dictated correctly. They made sure the needle was in the right spot.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- dictating "location", but shouldn't it be localization?
Complete thread -- The patient will be admitted to 19 South. Infectious disease consult ...
Complete thread -- Stem cells s/l re-cop transplant carries major risk of morbidity and mortality. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- unresurfaced
Complete thread -- We turned our attention to the patella which had been _____ from the p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. I just don't hear that. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- fibrosis?
Complete thread -- Treatment was stopped due to pulmonary s/l vitreous. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- spatula
Complete thread -- The patient was then placed in the reverse Trendelenburg position and ...
Complete thread -- Oops! I just copied and pasted that from the article.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe check out electrophoresis genetic testing?
Complete thread -- Not sure but I see more of grade 2 (stages are Roman numerals).
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l electro genetic
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- erythematous - i have a doc who says it "your" way.
Complete thread -- tack-ups with something with 4-0...
Complete thread -- no idea, but i have never typed II for diabetes, always 2. ?
Complete thread -- The sentence is possible. He is not saying there was a
Complete thread -- polypoid mass?
Complete thread -- Sounds like a dangerous diet for diabetics.
Complete thread -- ...or they sound so much alike.
Complete thread -- I found that too, but OP said "HGC" not "HCG" (of course, OP may have misheard)
Complete thread -- Many hits on Google for HCG diet and diabetes, though.
Complete thread -- Disclaimer: I have never heard of this before, I just found the link.
Complete thread -- See link for HCG Diet Treatment for Type II Diabetes (see message)
Complete thread -- of *H G C*. He presented to my service
Complete thread -- look up the word "aphtha" (plural=aphthae) - it means whitish specks (like thrush)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- using bipolar epidural _______ with 4-0 Nurolon and dura was
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He is spelling out...
Complete thread -- erythematous (and "also" in the distal sigmoid colon?)
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease
Complete thread -- Crohn's disease
Complete thread -- he also corrects to "epithelioid" form (rather than epithelialized)
Complete thread -- immunohistochemistry (all one word)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- additional molecular testing ____ chemistry. I had also advised ____ chemistry
Complete thread -- the opposite end of the fem-fem bypass...
Complete thread -- any loose plaque (might be a little word after "any" - sm)
Complete thread -- blade scalpel and ________ between
Complete thread -- dissected
Complete thread -- interrupted to tack down _________ and I performed an end-to-side
Complete thread -- s/l anodized tenaculum (OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Loop electrical excision procedure.)
Complete thread -- The PTFE graft was mobilized. It was _____ to its anastomosis of the popliteal arter
Complete thread -- wheal of anesthesia
Complete thread -- flat?
Complete thread -- Anesthesia
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- colpotomy "coring "
Complete thread -- no. It sounds like "moderate to lapsed snoring"
Complete thread -- ooohhh.. good answer!
Complete thread -- Can you hear "lip" in there? (ex. pursed lip snoring)
Complete thread -- Doing a sleep study - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Lymphazurin (isosulfan blue)
Complete thread -- both the needle and the mass
Complete thread -- Using the Geiger isotope counter, the
Complete thread -- node bases ________ lymph node involvement
Complete thread -- encompassing ________. This was carried
Complete thread -- sorry no wav
Complete thread -- some dye injected *lymph ah vore* injection
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Percutaneous access was then obtained under fluoroscopic visualization ...
Complete thread -- not going any down.
Complete thread -- The patient presented to the emergency room because of severe headache, as well as sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- good night. sweet dreams.
Complete thread -- TY and good night, have a good night's sleep.
Complete thread -- I'm closing down for the night now. Good night.
Complete thread -- #1 "recall" #2 "_____motor vehicle with his car,"
Complete thread -- The patient then does not recall what happened in the next 2 hours. The patient sm
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- Either 292,000 or 293,000
Complete thread -- White blood cell count 8.9, hemoglobin 8.4, platelets _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- He was given some albumin, and _____ fluids started. Wav for sure there now.
Complete thread -- darn. I think this think hates me. It did not load and I forgot about it and sent the sm
Complete thread -- Nothing is there.
Complete thread -- He _____ fever or sweats at night, but he has recently had a 15-pound weight loss.
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Complete thread -- I could be wrong - but I'd comma after 'injections' and 'relief' but not after 'around'.
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Complete thread -- I don't know about "holding," but shouldn't "planting" be "clamping"?
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Complete thread -- I hate when doctors talk like that, but I'd give it as dictated. I have one who loves to
Complete thread -- s/l equino calcaneous valgus deformity...
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Complete thread -- There was a *shult* ulcer
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Complete thread -- 1. Continue micafungin day #27 through tomorrow for the Candida glabrata. ________sm
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Complete thread -- The bladder was then carefully mobilized off the lower uterine segment ...
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Complete thread -- Both ureteral orifices demonstrated good efflux of urine at the end of ...
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Complete thread -- We applied a large fragment "four five T plate" to the tibia. Is it 4/5 T-plate??
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Complete thread -- tibial plateau fracture, s/l "rasker" sm plse
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Complete thread -- I hear "something" about purulent exudate... ??
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Complete thread -- Doc definitely sayin loratadine 10 mg for GERD. Can't document it.
Complete thread -- Can you tell us where you got this info?? I can't find diddly squat about H1 for GERD.
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Complete thread -- Could someone share a reference that documents H1 blockers (loratadine) for GERD?
Complete thread -- #2 As far as his
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Complete thread -- #1 His right shoulder was inspected. #2 forward elevate and #3 sensation that goes from
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Complete thread -- Yes, that was it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- may be lobe???
Complete thread -- May be ranitidine????
Complete thread -- but no dictionary. Stedman's makes one, but it won't work with Word
Complete thread -- it is a spellchecker
Complete thread -- Yes, Stedman's has a great one.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Can we add medical dictionary to MS word to avoid all red underlining words
Complete thread -- yes, H1 blockers can be used as well as H2 blockers for GERD.
Complete thread -- just lymphoidal? (which could sound like "lymph voidal")
Complete thread -- Monocryl, and DuoDERM *prineal* knee dressing. The patient tolerated the
Complete thread -- using a computerized navigation *auto line* attached to the tibia and then making
Complete thread -- Loratadine for GERD? Huh?
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Complete thread -- Left midfoot fractures with a stable Lisfranc.
Complete thread -- It did reveal a subacute infarction involving the left frontotemporal __________ sm
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Complete thread -- The left groin was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion. A ...
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Complete thread -- Her symptoms are mainly when she turns her head to the left there was a concern sm
Complete thread -- #1 underlayer #2 inner layer?
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Complete thread -- I'd want to hear it. I cannot any such exact phrase with orthopedic reference. It
Complete thread -- Once the *deformed courses were* fatigued and closed - somes right after
Complete thread -- 5 pounds of skeletal traction was applied *through finger traps. *
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Complete thread -- The risk of ___ metastases is still small, although present but once again, I
Complete thread -- I would think it is up to the doctor to do his/her own explaining.
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Complete thread -- allergy to Maxolon as well as an old anaesthetic, ____ to which she developed anaphyl
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Complete thread -- right pleural effusion is _______ and she is referred now
Complete thread -- Flagging it and moving on. Thanks anyway! ~ nm
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Complete thread -- pleural cavity and pink *callus* fluid was aspirated
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Complete thread -- There are over 6000 hits on Google, several in medical journals. Also the general rule sm
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Complete thread -- Lethargy, falls and __________ .
Complete thread -- The patient also had a very high blood pressure at presentation, which has sm
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of heavy alcohol intake and the patient has, __________ sm
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Complete thread -- If he was just changing his mind as to what he said, then I
Complete thread -- History has been obtained from the __________ obtained from the ER physician.
Complete thread -- R U sure doc said "sizer was based"...just seems he might have said "placed"
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 68-year-old female with a history of bilateral valgus ...
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Complete thread -- some type of scan used to help in diagnosis of parkinson's
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Complete thread -- you were looking in whose nose?
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Complete thread -- DRE mass.........and poor sphincter tone. Sigmoidoscopy mass
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Complete thread -- ???vagal??? (see link)....see what you think
Complete thread -- Differential includes CNS versus arrhythmia versus s/l*Fago syndrome* vs dehydration
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Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 33-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 3, PARA 2-0-0-2 AT 30 ...
Complete thread -- yes when I relistened that was what he said. He is stumbling over a lot of this report.
Complete thread -- Even if he may have said lamina...you would need the plural the way the
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "until the laminae of the L5 and S1 nerve roots were exposed." ???
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Complete thread -- does he usually give punctuation? WAG - Edema (colon)
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Complete thread -- pogonion - The most anterior point of the chin on the mandible in the midline. Also called
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Complete thread -- with nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, some s/l chicken feelings, and dizziness. TIA!
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Complete thread -- Depo, depo (lower case), or depot? Thanks!
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Complete thread -- Maybe "In this pregnancy, " ???
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Complete thread -- I like yours better. C6 would make ya sort of a contortionist me thinks.
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Complete thread -- i think it is hematuria, not micturia
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Complete thread -- The patient also __________ history of __________ .
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Complete thread -- Pelvis ultrasound shows a __________ vascular 6.3 cm mass in the anterior ______, sm
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Complete thread -- SKIN: The patient has __________ discoloration, has pallor positive.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing region also.
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Complete thread -- it just bugs me to get that close and not figure it all out. LOL
Complete thread -- Me too, but I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- You are right though that is not incision. She is saying galea region but sm
Complete thread -- Galea incisions used a standard blade tip, set on coagulating mode, with power of 20 W sm
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Complete thread -- I had listened to it early but it was not clicking. Then I googled types of scalp sm
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Complete thread -- sorry it is too late but I think it is galea incision.
Complete thread -- wav is still up. hope someone would get it. will save it for future reference.
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Complete thread -- don't know. i flagged it. i have to send the file before i can get another file.
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Complete thread -- man with newly diagnosed nonischemic cardiomyopathy, would benefit from __________ sm
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Complete thread -- I hear an "s" I think...See if you can hear "soft crackles"
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Complete thread -- I think he's verbalizing the abbreviation HOCM (hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy)
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Complete thread -- Think it s/b Diuril as it is a brand name
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Complete thread -- sounds like BSF?? (did not verify)
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Complete thread -- We decided to resect the terminal ileum and the cecum and performed an ...
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Complete thread -- The entire kidney was surveyed systematically. This revealed only the ...
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Complete thread -- got it. thanks. augmented
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 69-year-old patient, who was admitted to the hospital ...
Complete thread -- I know right? dictation like that you want to say "well, the account is verbatim!"
Complete thread -- yes I definitely meant that
Complete thread -- Think you mean "over-the-counter" medication (not 'the current')
Complete thread -- Doctor spells medication as trinelex 5 mg
Complete thread -- must flag that name, might be Sarah. :) LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! It was anticentromere antibody.
Complete thread -- now that you say that, I can hear the "Oh, Sara" part too.
Complete thread -- in fact I think the dogs name is "Oh Sara...stop it!"
Complete thread -- I agree with taco
Complete thread -- I do hear "Stop it!" (saying to the barking dog) but can't make out what else, if anything
Complete thread -- I don't quite hear that, not sure what i do hear though, but it seems important
Complete thread -- Unbelievable! How inconsiderate of that doc! She's just saying stop it. IMO
Complete thread -- MRI scan at ** so that we can compare for any subtle interval changes since ____.
Complete thread -- Sorry my last message didn't make much sense. It is NSR - normal sinus rhythm
Complete thread -- when I listen back it sounds like maybe the ZRS with NSR
Complete thread -- QRS intead of QRSA, QTc for Q2c, not sure on the ZSR, i''m still thinking.
Complete thread -- s/l ZSR, QRSA and QTc
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Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: This is a 29-year-old male _____ anal cana ...
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Complete thread -- We then advanced a 6 mm balloon again, but, again, there was a significant _____ sm
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Complete thread -- tethering ... *although* extensive fibrosis ... tethering
Complete thread -- There is interval development of diffuse mucosal thickening involving the majority sm
Complete thread -- No problem. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. no luck with your blank. sorry.
Complete thread -- Of course, care had been taken?
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l maybe?
Complete thread -- There is also an anti double stranded DNA antibody.
Complete thread -- Electrocautery was then use to incise the fascia and open it down to t ...
Complete thread -- see link for common rheumatology labs.
Complete thread -- anti-DNA antibody?
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Complete thread -- he has been passing flatus.
Complete thread -- No neoplasm or __________ .
Complete thread -- Smith antibody, RNP, SSA, SSB, CMP, s/l anti-centrum-air antibody, ESR, and CRP. TIA!
Complete thread -- The patient presented to the emergency room three days prior to the op ...
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Complete thread -- related to possible?
Complete thread -- Most likely clammy feeling and dizziness secondary to multiple nitroglycerin use sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. flagging.
Complete thread -- Sorry I could not make out anything on that one.
Complete thread -- nevermind. will send for double check.
Complete thread -- Thanks. i tried your blank. it sounds like "progressiveness".
Complete thread -- Go ahead and post your wav.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Bilateral dilated right renal pelvises _____ pelvis with th ...
Complete thread -- history of CAD status post remote CABG surgery and PCI, who has been experiencing sm
Complete thread -- #1 with Passy-Muir valve
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Complete thread -- The patient was brought to the operating room. General anesthesia was ...
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Complete thread -- capping trials (google with voice) is correct...though I can't get the blank
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Complete thread -- haha...you crack me up
Complete thread -- This is a 53-year-old woman with a history of depression who presented ...
Complete thread -- poi just told me "yeah" although means affirmative but with a little attitude. i didn't
Complete thread -- nevermind. writing 13. confused by "woman"
Complete thread -- yeah. Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- This is a ____-year-old woman with history of Down syndrome and recurr ...
Complete thread -- finding #1 is dense adhesions. #2 fatty liver (says faty and then clarifies it is
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. #2 Fatty liver. (solved by poi)
Complete thread -- fatty to? fatty too? fatty two? - haha - I have no idea what she means, sorry.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Dense adhesions between the left lobe of the liver and the ...
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Complete thread -- 1. mirror 2. central amount?
Complete thread -- mirror
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- This was done with no bleeding and the tonsil was removed. The adenoi ...
Complete thread -- The adenoids were then addressed. A dental _____ was used to examine ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- as well as
Complete thread -- The patient was prepped and draped in usual sterile fashion. Injectio ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ???microcannulas were removed and??? (think he MEANS he
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. were each removed and each sutured closed
Complete thread -- At the end of the case, the retina was flat under fluid. The supertem ...
Complete thread -- Thank you! It was peak and trough
Complete thread -- Ouch! Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- You've a little typo....s/b compressible
Complete thread -- actually listen for "peak and trough."
Complete thread -- listen for "trough"
Complete thread -- Continue IV vancomycin, dose adjustment per s/l*clinic P an trah*.
Complete thread -- consultation for?
Complete thread -- patient for? My ears are shot today.
Complete thread -- and compressable
Complete thread -- PLAN: Consider ____ medical cardiac clearance for evaluation
Complete thread -- Compartments are soft ___. General evaluation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- grrrrr....cant get this one either, but dont really hear receiving an...
Complete thread -- pain with motion
Complete thread -- positive something. can't get it all. sorry
Complete thread -- right hip demonstrates _____ of the right hip, pain with
Complete thread -- complain of right hip pain, ____ with motion but resting
Complete thread -- The patient ____ receiving an x-ray demonstrating an
Complete thread -- Just after the s/l*gen-ya*, there is a focal high-grade 99% focal stenosis
Complete thread -- was then decorticated *cape negalgias* and a mallet
Complete thread -- s/l "temporal" fascial incision
Complete thread -- Thank you so much - a new one for my database.
Complete thread -- type KRIT1?
Complete thread -- s/l ** Ti - KURT - one ** mutation??
Complete thread -- Ok, I googled but it was not clear... Maybe didn't google the best way.
Complete thread -- google demyelinating neoplasm. you heard it right.
Complete thread -- infectious, inflammatory *demyelinating* low grade neoplasm.
Complete thread -- You're Welcome
Complete thread -- Thanks so much -- I just tried that fix and it works.
Complete thread -- Fix
Complete thread -- thank you-will relisten
Complete thread -- Could it be splay? Not sure it makes sense with "she had to have," though.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I usually use Google Chrome at home, but I have to switch to IE for the WB.
Complete thread -- I'm using Edge but I'll try with IE, didn't occur to me to do that.
Complete thread -- sp 2nd and 3rd Weil osteotomies
Complete thread -- what browser do you use? All I know is I can only listen with IE
Complete thread -- Your WAV not there
Complete thread -- I got Windows 10 and now I can't hear wav or mp3 files on this board.
Complete thread -- Though patient has a history of BPH and has been under the care of a urologist in sm
Complete thread -- double thumbs up from me too. :)
Complete thread -- have had a few tonight.
Complete thread -- You've got a tough doc here!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- MRA showing normal noncontrast head. MRI __________
Complete thread -- Sorry. Can't get this one either.
Complete thread -- nevermind. Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- That would be nice as I am deaf in one ear. I just need one new one. LOL
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get it.
Complete thread -- The patient is complaining of dizziness __________ gets worse with head movements.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- No prob. I only wish I could order new ears. LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am working with a crappy old headset as mine got broken this sm
Complete thread -- It sounds something like "which is kind of getting"
Complete thread -- The vaginal wall was bisected for 3 to 4 cm from the introitus. This ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The patient does have some chronic neuropathy in the left arm __________ sm
Complete thread -- Make that...."time-out protocol and procedure etc"
Complete thread -- time-out. Protocol
Complete thread -- The patient and procedure were properly identified via time-out _____ ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- fluff to pie
Complete thread -- yes that's it. I kept hearing cuff but did not make sense.
Complete thread -- I think I hear something like "calf _____ posteriorly"
Complete thread -- The x-ray of the tibia and fibula showed mild soft tissue swelling of the_________ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "three point _____" "glucose 88"
Complete thread -- nevermind. will send for double check.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Sodium 141, potassium _____ chloride 104, bicarbonate 27, glucose _____ , BUN 36
Complete thread -- The operation was begun by first taking down any residual granular adh ...
Complete thread -- ???external genitalia???
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to the operating room and placed in a supine pos ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Since it's a finding and not a diagnosis and it sounds more like central
Complete thread -- But she speaks so fast..could be be saying "Mild congenital curvature etc"????
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Mild central curvature. Corrected coronal"
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: _____ hypospadias. ...
Complete thread -- Yes, the tapper's great too! I was thinking last routine she had with her all-star, I wish
Complete thread -- fluff to pie
Complete thread -- It is apparently a surgically constructed pharynx. Learn something new everyday.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know because I was coming up with nothing.
Complete thread -- Got this. I heard it right but I had never heard of neopharynx and could not document sm
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the __________ revealed an approximately 2.5 cm dehiscence at the sm
Complete thread -- That's okay. He just repeated it.
Complete thread -- Nevermind
Complete thread -- Actually I just hear "Salivary fistula"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Need more context.
Complete thread -- #2 cephalad ?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Could she be saying ?cephalad?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Can't get #2
Complete thread -- Above is #1
Complete thread -- ischial spine and the cervical spinous ligament were easily palpated.
Complete thread -- Salivary _____ fistula with left pectoralis major myofascial flap.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "to near the hymenal ring. Function"
Complete thread -- There did not appear to be appreciable substance to the uterosacral li ...
Complete thread -- Good hemostasis was noted. The vaginal apex was examined and then des ...
Complete thread -- *forgot to preface the above with "FLUFF"
Complete thread -- hey, poi, who do you think is going to win this season of SYTYCD?
Complete thread -- Thanks VR put 18 and I think after that all I could think of was 118 or 218 which I sm
Complete thread -- I think I hear 80
Complete thread -- Hi, hi!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- BUN of 14, creatinine of 1.19, blood glucose of _____.
Complete thread -- #3 bundles as well as the uterine vascular (or ?vessel) bundles
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #2 cul de sac
Complete thread -- long time no see pie!
Complete thread -- #1 a weighted speculum
Complete thread -- All I can get on #1 is the last word "____ cystocele" ...Also I think she says pelvis (not
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- A Breisky retractor was used to protect the bladder anteriorly and ___ ...
Complete thread -- The cervicovaginal junction was infiltrated with approximately 10 mL o ...
Complete thread -- finding PubMed articles now with just Syntax, so think it's just idiosyncratic capping.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Exam under anesthesia states _____ small uterus, small ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 1) ? 2) BSO 3) uterosacral ligament suspension
Complete thread -- anybody know if SYNTAX score (cardiology) is an actual acronym and should be all caps
Complete thread -- client spec. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I would not cap Anesthesia in this case as it is being used as
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 73-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 6, PARA 6-0-0-6 WITH ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Dermabond was placed on the skin. Telfa and Tegaderm were placed for ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- I'm not sure there s/b a comma after lower. He may mean the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- For C2
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Vertex Select (see link)
Complete thread -- screws were placed in both lateral mass of C1. _____ the starting poi ...
Complete thread -- This was drilled bilaterally with the AM-8 bur and then the patientís ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! it was "infiltrates consistent with" so combo of your answers. :)
Complete thread -- atelectasis? infiltrates?
Complete thread -- WAG...atelectasis?
Complete thread -- "density consistent with"
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray done today showed right lung s/l even thrill cast with pneumonia. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- I think I hear "surgery in 2010 (I mean) 2011 and 2013"
Complete thread -- oh sorry! Thanks Oasis.
Complete thread -- hysterectomy in XXXX, parathyroid surgery in XXXX, ________ XXXX and XXXX.
Complete thread -- Q
Complete thread -- fits perfectly with history by the way :)
Complete thread -- thanks Q
Complete thread -- Maybe "teriparatide"? (injection for osteoporosis)
Complete thread -- Omega 3, metoprolol, potassium chloride, ______, pantoprazole, Zanaflex
Complete thread -- thank you all!!
Complete thread -- No problem, Guy!
Complete thread -- sorry Oasis. I didn't know u were still trying to solve it.
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. Thanks!
Complete thread -- some WBers have actually decided to be *friends* on facebook. If you want to be *friends*
Complete thread -- Facebook? Is there a page I'm not aware of?
Complete thread -- Okay, I'll quit trying to solve it.
Complete thread -- I was just posting the information so people didn't keep trying to *solve* it.
Complete thread -- on facebook
Complete thread -- I missed that. Where did he/she say that?
Complete thread -- guy thought it might be umbilical stalk
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- Seeing hits for "umbilical stitch sinus."
Complete thread -- tissues were spread apart and the umbilical ____ sinus was raised up...
Complete thread -- Could he be stumbling on "umbilical fat"?
Complete thread -- What procedure is being performed?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- were spread and the umbilical _____ was??
Complete thread -- The area was prepped and draped in the usual sterile fashion. An inci ...
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Complete thread -- the degree of
Complete thread -- Bilis continued to rise. MRCP showed a cystic duct stone and a possib ...
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Complete thread -- or latissimus dorsi if you are so inclined not to use slang
Complete thread -- lat
Complete thread -- The upper flap was dissected superiorly until the clavicle was reached ...
Complete thread -- Ohh thank you!! It was endocrinologist. Some days his accent is sooo heavy and my brain
Complete thread -- Any chance it could be gynecologist? (mine always treated my osteopenia)
Complete thread -- dang, all I can think of is : (SM)
Complete thread -- no need to be sorry! and you're welcome.
Complete thread -- yes "noc ox" seems to be a short form (108 google hits) but I'd expand it.
Complete thread -- trying to say noc-ox (nocturnal oxygen)
Complete thread -- oxygen?
Complete thread -- nocturnal something? nocturnal oxygen? nocturnal oximetry?
Complete thread -- 3. I also advised the patient to obtain a s/l*dulc-ologist* consultation to treat her
Complete thread -- sm for more of the sentence.
Complete thread -- Sleep apnea:She did have desaturation of less than 88% on s/l knock-oxe testing
Complete thread -- lol sorry and
Complete thread -- on his own phone? (meaning the patient's own phone?)
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained via interpreter *zone* phone, risks, benefits, an
Complete thread -- Disregard this link
Complete thread -- Type ...bayonet....in Find Box and hit enter
Complete thread -- Wonder if he might be saying "bayonet" (see link)
Complete thread -- Wonder if he might be saying "bayonet" (see link)
Complete thread -- You did instruct me to "Google" it tho! Lol I found corrected spelling. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- CBC was normal; SMA-12 was normal, except for blood sugar of 101; AST ...
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Yep - (there's no spellcheck on this page). :) thanks for correcting me!
Complete thread -- I believe it's spelled coarsened.
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- try googling coursened trabeculae.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. That could be it. Just a little different! ~nm
Complete thread -- or dorsalis pedis artery
Complete thread -- dorsal pedis artery?
Complete thread -- Extremity exam - definitely not hearing DPP or DTR
Complete thread -- S1 nerve root and brought it to the midline with a s/l*bandana* nerve root retractor
Complete thread -- I vote for a misspeak - it does s/l "and is treated by" but that doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- stippling? (as in the red stippling sign)
Complete thread -- persistent duodenal *stumpling*
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- aggravated by? exacerbated by? associated with? or maybe just misspoke?
Complete thread -- nausea and retching *and is treated* by greasy,
Complete thread -- what type of procedure is this?
Complete thread -- Id go with as dictated - Para- (prefix): A prefix with many meanings, including: (SM)
Complete thread -- The right s/l*paraventral* space was then entered and developed all the way to the is
Complete thread -- found it -Blumensaat's line
Complete thread -- knee x-ray after ACL recon s/l bloom in sets line
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too
Complete thread -- reasonable?
Complete thread -- I hear "beginning" dose (aka starting dose)
Complete thread -- As she appears depressed we will ask Dr. ** to place her on a __________ dose of sm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- CPK ... 15.2 ... 42.5 ... urine toxicology screen.
Complete thread -- __________ level is 1.0. Tylenol is negative. Ethanol level is negative. sm
Complete thread -- I think the last word is "_____ complaint"
Complete thread -- Also with history of alcohol abuse and __________. He said he drinks a lot of sm
Complete thread -- Think you've a typo..choledochoduodenal
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: Include _____, Letrozole 2.5 mg daily.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- another option - choledocoduodenal fistula
Complete thread -- see link - sorry, don't have time to research, but what I heard
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- A stylus
Complete thread -- Adrenal masses, likely representing adenoma and suspected _____ fistula. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I do not think she is changing her mind. I would transcribe as posted.
Complete thread -- changing her mind IMO
Complete thread -- Due to her previous total hip replacement, the distal femur cutting gu ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- since aborted and
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. i posted without refreshing. sorry.
Complete thread -- The patient was originally booked for 07/01/16; however, in the holdin ...
Complete thread -- She continued to have on and off nausea, vomiting and once again after discussion sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 3 passes of
Complete thread -- BTL. Normal sized uterus
Complete thread -- The anterior lip of the cervix was grasped using single-tooth tenaculu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. third one too far away and audio is too low to listen without amplifying it
Complete thread -- #3 is not on the wav
Complete thread -- #1 left ovarian mass (verify with the rest of report)
Complete thread -- #2 BTL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Large _____ mass in the pelvis. Normal appearing right ova ...
Complete thread -- Lynch
Complete thread -- not sure actually.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ???Meigs??? (see link)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 43-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 5, PARA 3-1-1-4 WITH ...
Complete thread -- Oops, my typo...as well as (not "as we as")
Complete thread -- What area has been cultured? Could he be merely saying "her patella" meaning
Complete thread -- Infectious disease
Complete thread -- that is correct. It records directly from your computer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- visiting from Guyana?
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 66-year-old patient, who has _____. He ...
Complete thread -- Will turn in to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Really? So I don't have to set anything different, just play w/o unplugging my headphones?
Complete thread -- I hear 'place' were used, or 'plates?' Could not be plates though. Not sure yet how I wil
Complete thread -- it is so cool. Just open the program, play your sound file like you do when working,
Complete thread -- maybe replaced
Complete thread -- placed the used?? (not sure that makes sense)
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi! I have that, but I am so technically challenged!
Complete thread -- suggestion to OP - check out power mp3 - free program for recording from computer
Complete thread -- Glenohumeral debridement of shoulder, mini-open rotator cuff repair, supraspinatus an
Complete thread -- That's the only thing I could think of. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- junction?
Complete thread -- junction of?
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- to address the ________ supraspinatus and infraspinatus.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- Once this was performed, hemostasis was achieved and the nasal passage ...
Complete thread -- (period). They are read as benign on imaging.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- ______ is benign on imaging.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, Questyr!
Complete thread -- in sidedness (meaning the patient doesn't always perceive
Complete thread -- Today I reviewed my findings with the patient. As is often the case o ...
Complete thread -- there is the word I was looking for *cached* on the listener's computer
Complete thread -- Thank you. It was Ancef 2 g. Ughhhh!!!~nm
Complete thread -- there are Heberden nodes and Bouchard nodes - is it one of those?
Complete thread -- right long finger revealed a s/l*she-bers* node
Complete thread -- amphotericin said somewhat dyslexically ?
Complete thread -- Thanks for all you do, Q!!! ~ nm
Complete thread -- IV medication for hand infection?
Complete thread -- it will delete automatically, however you may have old sound file cached on your computer.
Complete thread -- I think I must be as tired as this last doc. Good night and good luck.
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't get any of them.
Complete thread -- Along with the new wav I just posted the entire assessment section along with other blanks
Complete thread -- sure, let me get one recorded.
Complete thread -- May we have a longer clip to get a feel for the rhythm of his accent?
Complete thread -- 4. Hypoalbuminemia from cirrhosis. 5. __________.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Googling does show the term abated used in relation to anasarca...just
Complete thread -- I think I hear "abated"
Complete thread -- Also of note, the patient was diagnosed with cirrhosis about a year ago at which sm
Complete thread -- Your assessment about "if people post their question post
Complete thread -- oh, you post on this board? I think it might have more to do with the
Complete thread -- Not for me. That's why I finally mentioned it to guy the other day.
Complete thread -- Yes it does.
Complete thread -- When they just post over it, it doesn't replace all the time. I don't know why.
Complete thread -- You don't need to delete the previous post, just post over it. Save a step.
Complete thread -- Yes she is saying a biophysical profile of 10/10. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I don't clearly hear it, but she is referring to a "biophysical profile of"(see link)
Complete thread -- Twin A has a heart beat of 139 and __________ 10/10, polyhydramnios is noted.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I am finding poly-oli being used in medical terminology, but not
Complete thread -- I'm finding something called poly/oligohydramnios....and he
Complete thread -- actually it is fluid volumes not lines.
Complete thread -- twin to twin tranfusion syndrome with "poly-oly" fluid lines. Any ideas on this?
Complete thread -- Boy that's the truth.
Complete thread -- Not to mention when we learn it one way and then they change it! LOL
Complete thread -- I've been around MT for 50+ years and there's always something new to learn.
Complete thread -- for sure, but ever since you mentioned to be sure to delete the previous post (I had sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. Never heard of that use for it before.
Complete thread -- And yet when I listened to it, it was the only one there. Very strange.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- see when I posted that one it still had the post from earlier before my other posts.
Complete thread -- okay that is what I thought I heard but how does that facilitate gastric emptying?
Complete thread -- I don't know. But your last post (erythromycin) worked fine.
Complete thread -- erythromycin
Complete thread -- Okay so this is strange. I delete the previous post before posting a new wav file sm
Complete thread -- I will give 1 dose of __________ tonight to facilitate gastric emptying as he may sm
Complete thread -- thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Apparently there is both a parvus and a tardus...also called parvus et tardus...and
Complete thread -- I'm finding tardus-parvus waveforms with different spellings. Let me check further.
Complete thread -- Antegrade flow through both vertebral arteries. No ___________ waveforms.
Complete thread -- Now it's there.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Not sure how because I deleted it before I posted.
Complete thread -- sorry, not capped
Complete thread -- Takotsubo cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- Old WAV still there.
Complete thread -- Nonobstructive coronary artery disease and possible __________ cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "His ESR was ____" but I can't make out the number
Complete thread -- His ________ of lactate is 1.6. The patient's white count was 11.7 on admission. sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes...stands for unicameral bone cyst
Complete thread -- s/l UBC
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows it as pulse oximetry (no virgule)...don't know your blank, sorry.
Complete thread -- NM. It is snore channel.
Complete thread -- abdominal respiratory effort, pulse/oximetry, body position, s/l snore channel TIA!!!
Complete thread -- I think it's likely 16...
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Pedal pulse good s/l colated bilaterally. TIA!
Complete thread -- a block 32 by 16 by 24 mm would be 12 mL, with rounded edges, about 6 mL.
Complete thread -- sorry so late!
Complete thread -- I am not 100% sure - I'd flag.
Complete thread -- So, more likely...
Complete thread -- sure, large but that equals 2.3622 inches, so a big ovary. :)
Complete thread -- Ovary measurement
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- as well as part of the cyst lining?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- plastic
Complete thread -- Tooth #32 was surgically extracted and sent for pathology; however, th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- temporary
Complete thread -- Then, using a round bur with a Stryker core, the lateral border of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits of the procedure were explained to the patient incl ...
Complete thread -- A V-Y ("v to y") advancement flap
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- INTRAOPERATIVE FINDINGS: 1. The ear lobe was incised through and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Vantin
Complete thread -- antin and fosfomycin
Complete thread -- SCDs were placed on bilateral lower extremities for DVT prophylaxis. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- mid third, distal third - is comma required here?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- 2 questions
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- with a previous PTCA, diastolic dysfunction, a post stent ___,
Complete thread -- okay thank you !
Complete thread -- It just sounds like it cuts out right there? I can't hear anything but a "blip" in there.
Complete thread -- I note Dorland's spells intra-abdominal with hyphen
Complete thread -- I think I hear "lowered to 5 mmHg" (see link)
Complete thread -- Shortness of breath
Complete thread -- did not add yet, will wait for
Complete thread -- pressures were further _____ 55 mmHg and all the surgical
Complete thread -- accessory ports. _____ lymphadenectomy was performed by going all the way to mesente
Complete thread -- The biopsies __ pathology show a sessile serrated adenoma polyp with no evidence of d
Complete thread -- cannot document - s/l solium 4 ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well, maybe its the 3rd blank
Complete thread -- Anyone?
Complete thread -- 2nd is them into a bag
Complete thread -- all the _____ vena cava by sterilely cauterizing, cutting and removing the lymph node
Complete thread -- the _____cauterizing, cutting and removing _______followed by placing the _____
Complete thread -- way completing vaginotomy ________ uterus, both tubes and ovary
Complete thread -- I'm off to count some sheep. Good night.
Complete thread -- May be saying _____ cover but I feel like I am hearing something else in there.
Complete thread -- Or even just ??cover??
Complete thread -- Could he be saying ??recover??
Complete thread -- We will ____the patient empirically with IV antibiotics, fluids and pain medications.
Complete thread -- My ears are old and I'm working without a headset...so my speech
Complete thread -- She could be saying "We made sure the space was clean."
Complete thread -- is he saying "face"?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. Will flag.
Complete thread -- I can't get her exact words for #2.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Oops. Here's link
Complete thread -- bronched (see link for usage to determine if and how to change it)
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: POST-PNEUMONECTOMY BRONCHOPLEURAL FISTULA. ...
Complete thread -- Once adequate anesthesia was obtained with placement of a single-lumen ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- I was visualizing he was concluding an examination/observation
Complete thread -- that is the last sentence of the report. Trying to understand what your
Complete thread -- I think I hear "???which were wiped.???" but if he means he
Complete thread -- Unable to do a PFT because of tracheostomy ___________.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ???suture line???
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- typo...I can't tell (not I can tell)
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get these. From what I can tell on research
Complete thread -- The atriotomy incision was closed with 5-0 Prolene suture in two layer ...
Complete thread -- in cardio stedman it is so. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows purse-string suture.
Complete thread -- Pursestring sutures were inserted in the ascending aorta of the right ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. :) At first I thought she said "violin syringe". LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- massive (or mass's) I'm not sure which
Complete thread -- per Merriam Webster's
Complete thread -- Workup has revealed a large right atrial mass presumed to be a myxoma. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry...no caps
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Tai Chi
Complete thread -- The patient is a 61-year-old patient, who was admitted to the hospital ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "watching a movie. After the movie he started" etc
Complete thread -- sounds like he has been using a pen and insulin from a vial with syringe. Maybe using sm
Complete thread -- watching a movie
Complete thread -- Sounds okay. The pen is preloaded with insulin...the patient
Complete thread -- Today he took his medications as usual in the morning, along with his blood sm
Complete thread -- Patient with diabetes has been using both the U-500 pen and the s/l vial and syringe
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- On talking to the patient, he says that he has been in an outpatient hospice sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- 6.8
Complete thread -- This gentleman went to his dialysis unit, but with his hemoglobin dropping to ____ sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Brevital
Complete thread -- A superior branching artery was exquisitely adhered to the aneurysmal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I hear Mizuho.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: RIGHT MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY ANEURYSM, COMP ...
Complete thread -- THANK YOU ...
Complete thread -- use-using
Complete thread -- Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs)
Complete thread -- Rheumatology evaluation
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- curved = curetted use suction...blank is "and set on suction" *I think*
Complete thread -- The fetal parts were noted to be extremely hydropic and edematous. Th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- thyroid forceps
Complete thread -- A weighted speculum and Sims retractor were used to visualize the cerv ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- yes, "hydropic" would fit.
Complete thread -- hydropic (?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- at 23 and 1 with fetus with hydrops, short arm bones, etc.
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Products of conception consistent with gestational age. Ex ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: A 26-YEAR-OLD GRAVIDA 7, PARA 2-0-4-2 AT 23 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- a good view
Complete thread -- The scope was advanced past the esophageal inlet careful to maintain _ ...
Complete thread -- Urine protein-creatinine ratio of 448 mg, mildly elevated.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- succinylcholine
Complete thread -- Anesthesia placed an intravenous line. Induction occurred with propof ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- with the 8 mm coil #2 only a wisp of contrast going through one of the branches of the
Complete thread -- We then advanced 135 CXI catheter into this branch of the hypogastric ...
Complete thread -- I think that it "the descending thoracic aorta. The wire and catheter... etc."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- the descending thoracic aorta? (I can't really hear "aorta" though)
Complete thread -- the descending... (that's all I can get so far - I HATE yawners!)
Complete thread -- After performing the cutdown, we used a micropuncture needle and **we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- systolic anterior
Complete thread -- Subsequently, after induction, he became hypotensive to the 50s. At t ...
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Complete thread -- 700 of urine, crystalloid at 9 L
Complete thread -- FLUIDS: 9 units of PRBC, 4 units of FFP, 700 _____ crystalloid and 9 ...
Complete thread -- To it: an adhesive bandage. It was just somewhat butchered. Thanks
Complete thread -- A _____ was applied.
Complete thread -- might prefer "organize."
Complete thread -- HSG (hysterosalpingogram)?
Complete thread -- Duh, of course! Thanks for sharing with us.
Complete thread -- oblique?
Complete thread -- She is status post tubal ligation and s/l*H G* in the past.
Complete thread -- wrist x-rays s/l rad ink
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help!
Complete thread -- agree - perhaps through with chemotherapy. ??
Complete thread -- through this term of dance??
Complete thread -- I hear "through with ______"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "tumor-bound"...but don't use unless you can confirm with context.
Complete thread -- tenet= a principle or belief
Complete thread -- organise this again through Cabrini Hospital in September 2016 when she is ___
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Update - all that searching for a bike trail and it ended up being "on a flat surface." :)
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- tenets
Complete thread -- Yes. Googling brings up references to such. They are not a
Complete thread -- The __ s/l tenants of the agreement is that they will be employed as of last Monday
Complete thread -- all the lymph nodes present ____
Complete thread -- removing all the lymph node __________ vena cava by serially
Complete thread -- all the lymph node __________ especially cauterizing,
Complete thread -- around the __________ uterus, both tubes, and ovary,
Complete thread -- more here on why...
Complete thread -- Patient undergoing anterior cervical decompression and fusion.
Complete thread -- corynebacteria ? (google with urology and/or uribel)
Complete thread -- There's DOT (Department of Transportation) in Nevada, maybe DOT service?
Complete thread -- Have since found Achromobacter which it seems to be. Stedman's did a ...
Complete thread -- Stedman's doesn't like a lot of words.
Complete thread -- That's the only one I could find, but Stedman's does not seem to like ...
Complete thread -- Cronobacter ?? (SM)
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Nevada. I've been trying to search for bike trails or other types of
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- What city/state? Could be a specific trail that sounds like that.
Complete thread -- on a hot surface?
Complete thread -- Patient underwent a distal biceps repair in July.
Complete thread -- being needed to reach ... (vessel?) that was dissected.
Complete thread -- This resulted in a wound that was approximately 6 cm wide x 8 cm long ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- We first began with exposure of the posterior tibial vessels in the lo ...
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- BTW #2 she starts to change her mind and starts "The full trocar....but
Complete thread -- sweet dreams. :-)
Complete thread -- I must be too tired...I can't get either. I'm off to bed. Sorry.
Complete thread -- posted extended wav. for above post common wav.
Complete thread -- There is no WAV
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to the left abdominal sidewall. A second sk ...
Complete thread -- Pneumoperitoneum was obtained with 4 liters of gas. Abdominal survey, ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm NOT finding 1,25 hydroxyvitamin D, but I do find 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D(see
Complete thread -- Good going! I was coming up completely empty.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- 25 hydroxyvitamin D, 125-hydroxyvitamin D. How do you write the 125 sm
Complete thread -- Coda balloon
Complete thread -- This was deployed into the right common femoral artery in order to sea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- soft
Complete thread -- After the device had been deployed down to the gate, the gate was open ...
Complete thread -- The main body of the device which has its own sheath was then placed i ...
Complete thread -- okay. will take care. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Nevermind. Finally found it.
Complete thread -- No. Sometimes I have to pass through one to get to the next.
Complete thread -- lab test CBCD? Anyone ever heard of this? If so what is the D for?
Complete thread -- i thought new wav overwrites the old wav automatically
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Please remember to erase the old WAV when posting a new WAV
Complete thread -- He corrects himeself to "four Toomeys full"
Complete thread -- From what I can find the distributors sell it as Yu-Holtgrewe
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention towards tying down the anastomotic suture ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Note my additional post below about Holtgrewe-Yu
Complete thread -- pedicles
Complete thread -- urethral length
Complete thread -- At this point in time, we turned our attention towards taking down the ...
Complete thread -- oops...he says "Holtgrewe-Yu" (link shows Yu-Holtgrewe)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- #1 with a Holtgrewe (see link)
Complete thread -- We then completed our lateral transection of the urethra as well as th ...
Complete thread -- My note was wrong...it is "for"...give me one more minute to see if I can get #1
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- #2 remains the same however
Complete thread -- Disregard my note. May I hear the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- NOTE: so the Balfour (not for) #2 prostate and the
Complete thread -- I can't tell whether he's just mispronouncing "for manipulation" or if he's
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Old WAV still there.
Complete thread -- At this point in time, we turned our attention towards the patientís d ...
Complete thread -- At this point in time, we turned our attention towards the prostatecto ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- the node of Cloquet (see link)
Complete thread -- I think #2 allergies (as in "review of the positioning as well as the patient's
Complete thread -- The lymph nodes were bluntly dissected away from the iliac vessel down ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot everybody
Complete thread -- #2 sounds like allergist, though that makes no sense at all.
Complete thread -- which was viewed acceptable...
Complete thread -- Think this one is going to have to go in blank. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I hear "new size bed for rehab"...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- the break in the bed
Complete thread -- . We will try to place the patient with physical therapy and occupational therapy sm
Complete thread -- At this point in time, a time-out was performed with all operating roo ...
Complete thread -- At this point in time, the patient was repositioned with his anterior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks again poi. I heard Cphone and all I could think of was the old Cphones used for sm
Complete thread -- siphon
Complete thread -- Prominent calcification of the carotid _____ and basilar artery.
Complete thread -- Thank you poi. I knew the and did not make sense because she just gave one doctor's name.
Complete thread -- telemedicine neurologist
Complete thread -- The patient was evaluated by _____ and neurologist, Dr. **.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- on a foot board..during extremity position during the??
Complete thread -- The patient was adequately padded at all pressure points and placed __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the great suggestion, guy.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- functionally acceptable
Complete thread -- The patientís treatment plan was for Le Fort 1 osteotomy to set the ma ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I find a spelling of Belyea (see link)
Complete thread -- Spelling suggestions please for last name s/l Bell-yay. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I can't get #1
Complete thread -- I think #2 dermal (see link)
Complete thread -- Of note, the cornea ID was 1306-16, expiration date 08/26/16 and the I ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Prior to entering the eye with the MVR blade, the corneal graft was in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Remove the word "and" ...he replaced it with "although"
Complete thread -- suspected
Complete thread -- NOTE: anterior chamber was (not were)
Complete thread -- with, again,
Complete thread -- It was noted that the anterior chamber were shallow and although there ...
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- with again or ,with again,
Complete thread -- levocetirizine?
Complete thread -- spelled as "lucucetinizine", Patient with HIV and arthritis
Complete thread -- Following heparinization, an 8-mm graft was anastomosed with common fe ...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- marking pens commonly used to draw on skin
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- this enlarging
Complete thread -- He is clearly a gravely ill patient and without operation, _____ aneur ...
Complete thread -- Patient with HIV and arthritis. Medication spelled as lucucetinizine
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- The options were discussed in detail with the patient, his wife, and b ...
Complete thread -- Surgical marking pen
Complete thread -- sidearm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- he was told that
Complete thread -- The patient is a 60-year-old patient, who has had a complex past medic ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: ENLARGING AND PROBABLY INFECTED TYPE B AORT ...
Complete thread -- thoracoepigastric vein
Complete thread -- Right transaxillary 1st rib resection.
Complete thread -- Fantastic, thank you!
Complete thread -- Jesness?
Complete thread -- Psychiatric testing methods
Complete thread -- YW. Sorry it took awhile - went to lunch =)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- somavaratan
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Click on View All and then on Page 214 for the diagram
Complete thread -- See thread further down the page.
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is helping with the spelling by saying "d" ...meaning
Complete thread -- Can you share it with the rest of us? :)
Complete thread -- Nevermind - found it. Thx.
Complete thread -- This is a clinical study medication
Complete thread -- s/l ** Som-of ver-A-tin medication (injection)
Complete thread -- PAT perhaps? paroxysmal atrial tachycardia
Complete thread -- several short runs of SVT **(E A T)** without symptoms
Complete thread -- Got it. Thank you anyway. See inside in case you're interested!
Complete thread -- proximal humerus fracture
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- spinal fusion with s/l loop d ring or looty ring
Complete thread -- here's one list that includes "Luque ring"... and now I'm giving up.
Complete thread -- and there are Luque sublaminar wires - but I can't solve your "D-ring" part yet...
Complete thread -- I found some "Luque rods" as spinal instrumentation but not "ring"...
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- knee x-ray s/l in gen strum
Complete thread -- I can find a loop(ed) ring, but not your s/l. ? I googled looped spinal ring.
Complete thread -- status post ORIF, ankle
Complete thread -- spinal fusion with s/l loop d ring or looty ring
Complete thread -- if she accepts that?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I heard the bad, but could not make out much more.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "she is ?bad?"
Complete thread -- oh thanks. I did not think of it that way. Was trying to figure out if patient had sm
Complete thread -- 2. Lidoderm patch to be applied on her neck region, if __________
Complete thread -- I confirmed there can be such as thing as hypertensive cardiomyopathy ...so
Complete thread -- okay thanks. was trying to decide if she was saying hyper or hypotension.
Complete thread -- I think she's correcting herself to end up with "hypertension however."
Complete thread -- Ischemic hepatitis in the setting of severe cardiomyopathy. No documented _____.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Fagotti (see link)
Complete thread -- On laparoscopy and laparotomy, no masses noted in the upper abdomen. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I could not hear the proteins at all. Hear it now though.
Complete thread -- protein, glucose, and ketones
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- when I went back I heard it. He is saying tenderness noted ...
Complete thread -- UA suggestive of positive _____ glucose and ketones in the urine with some sm
Complete thread -- Thank goodness because I was stumped!
Complete thread -- got this.
Complete thread -- It is .22 (BoS2 says not to place a leading zero)
Complete thread -- Is it .22 or 0.22 gun? TIA!
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Tenderness __________ in the left lower quadrant and epigastric sm
Complete thread -- GPS Hospita? he had excellent workup done?
Complete thread -- Thank you will relisten.
Complete thread -- Not sure....??x-ray and??
Complete thread -- A 5-French sensor wire was placed into the left UO over sensor wire an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- wav posted
Complete thread -- I agree with this - Mild hydro on the left. Well-placed stent. No hydro
Complete thread -- thank you!
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- ???room, dropped from the NICU, etc???
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Mild hydro on the ?left. well-placed stent. No
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- Will post wav when question below confirmed answered.
Complete thread -- History of coronary artery disease; presented to the ER from _________sm
Complete thread -- After consent was obtained from the patientís proxy, the patient was b ...
Complete thread -- I just hear "hydro" (not hydronephrosis). And, as there is
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Mild hydronephrosis _____ cystitis. SPECIMENS: Righ ...
Complete thread -- introitus, synechiae (pronounced sih-knee-key-eye by most)
Complete thread -- I do find MEA-1 syndrome (see link)
Complete thread -- NOTE: No hyphen in nonsterile.
Complete thread -- GU examdemonstrates a very stenotic introitus s/l sneaky eye of her labia. TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l MEA-one syndrome (not hearing MEN1 but wonder if he meant?)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- in pen
Complete thread -- A time-out was performed confirming the patient, procedure, site of pr ...
Complete thread -- Thanks - I hear that now !
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing NC (noncompliant) ...as I find many of those. Also
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- infection
Complete thread -- type of balloon - see msg.
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Following the amputation in the posterior compartment of the left lowe ...
Complete thread -- patient was in his s/l wool-wooth upstairs taking a lightbulb out of the light. TIA!
Complete thread -- Whatever...I've got it, in other words...lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- as the fat was being packed, there was noted to be good effect with plumping
Complete thread -- This also had the effect of releasing the scar which was on this butto ...
Complete thread -- I should say, otherwise I don't understand what you mean by your response post.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure U understand me. What I meant was:
Complete thread -- Functional quadriplegia
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "neck collar"?
Complete thread -- PEG
Complete thread -- that's it! thanks!!
Complete thread -- escutcheon??
Complete thread -- physical examination: 5 plus male "ischachi"?
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- shoulder spasm
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I think yes. Here is a sample (actually 2 sentences together
Complete thread -- I'd have to hear your s/l as it doesn't sound right to be.
Complete thread -- Possible problem..."5 metal taper stem" may be "fiber metal
Complete thread -- Is it , though, or though without commas??
Complete thread -- Maximal s/l**five ortho paste** position and stability were noted.
Complete thread -- thank you! I will flag for the client to be sure.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't - docs dictate that in a variety of ways, so I give 'em what they dictate
Complete thread -- R U sure he didn't say "B12 abnormal" ?? because from what
Complete thread -- also, same doc dictates "25 vitamin D" (would you change to 25-hydroxyvitamin D?)
Complete thread -- Doc says "B12 normal at fourteen twelve" (1,412 seems high, right?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I note that search box above for bacteria shows beta-hemolytic (with the hyphen)
Complete thread -- thank you all
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "beta hem" (as in beta-hemolytic) (see link)
Complete thread -- Group is not capitalized
Complete thread -- beta hemolytic group A strep probably.
Complete thread -- sp I&D
Complete thread -- I think I hear "emanating"
Complete thread -- He had clear urine efflux _____ from orifices.
Complete thread -- thanks, Lo
Complete thread -- thank you so much b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- I "think" I hear folds...to the vocal fold closure anteriorly (like he corrects himself)
Complete thread -- anyone have a guess? help please!
Complete thread -- good abduction and adduction of the vocal folds ___ vocal fold closure anteriorly,
Complete thread -- good ears today, girlie!
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what I'm having a problem with. Sending to QA. Thanks!
Complete thread -- but the commas wouldn't quite fit with that guess...
Complete thread -- ?? percutaneous transluminal angioplasty ??
Complete thread -- This doc specifically dictates his commas, and he dictates the following...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thalamus ?
Complete thread -- An MRI was performed, and this showed a punctate focus of restricted diffusion with
Complete thread -- or "a caliper"
Complete thread -- and we used the caliper from the Stryker set
Complete thread -- Any sort of reconstruction that I would do in the area could only _____ that.
Complete thread -- we used the caliper from the _________set to ...... (maybe reconstruction set?)
Complete thread -- and we calipered (can't get what he says next)
Complete thread -- dissected the soft tissue off of the bones and we were able to ...
Complete thread -- irrigated the wound _______ to identify the size
Complete thread -- _______ placed at C4. A fluoroscopy was used to confirm placement of hardware. ____
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 12.8, 13.5
Complete thread -- Dad had valve replacement for endocarditis for ____ mitral valve prolapse in his 40s.
Complete thread -- White blood cell count _______, hemoglobin 13.____ , hematocrit 39.6, platelets 391.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- one time
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- yes it is to merit.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i posted wav also.
Complete thread -- Yes meaning it was large enough for the patient to need a partial small.....
Complete thread -- Lisinopril 2.5 mg p.o. daily, milk of magnesia 30 mL _____ p.o.
Complete thread -- The more distal enterotomy at the site of the obstruction however appe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q.
Complete thread -- relieving
Complete thread -- . According to the patient, she has been having the bronchitis symptoms for which sm
Complete thread -- Got it. incentive spirometer
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- "epiploa is the plural of epiploon"
Complete thread -- Chronic back pain. The patient had a spinal cord stimulator that was replaced to sm
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- mobile?
Complete thread -- right fallopian tube elongated and stretched over mass and the mass ap ...
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- there is some other word in there
Complete thread -- as well as placed on?
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Exam under anesthesia: Normal external female genitalia, n ...
Complete thread -- I think he is saying one isolated sclerotic bone noted to be present.
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Give his pulmonary embolism again, we will use Coumadin __________ . We will sm
Complete thread -- _____ density present
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Left adrenal metastatic lesion, small lung nodule, 1 isolated __________ noted to sm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- retroauricular?
Complete thread -- He said he had an abrasion
Complete thread -- The left side was then approached. There was again a small lobular co ...
Complete thread -- He fell about 2 days ago, but there was no witnessed seizure activity. _________sm
Complete thread -- Also might be saying "unusual for slot system"
Complete thread -- 4 slot?
Complete thread -- type the word slots in the Find Box at the top of the page
Complete thread -- see Altus link
Complete thread -- May be best to leave a blank. I found an Altus spine system that
Complete thread -- ut then the screw heads had a very unusual s/l*for-got or maybe four-dot"system to en
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think she stumbles then says "was cleared bluntly."
Complete thread -- The rectus fascia was scored in the midline using knife and then above ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was hearing ailment and didn't think that was it.
Complete thread -- element
Complete thread -- I also discussed the ___ of colic and infant dyschezia that could be playing a role
Complete thread -- Visually significant epiretinal membrane to the left eye. (Isgal already
Complete thread -- Thanks. Got it now!
Complete thread -- I think hear "cords. Subglottis, supraglottis was clear." (But if so, I would
Complete thread -- visually significant epiretinal membrane
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ________ AT THE RETINAL MEMBRANE TO THE LEFT ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She was evaluated by an ear, nose, and throat doctor, who did a laryngoscopy and
Complete thread -- or maybe "which he wasn't ready to consider" ?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- prepared?
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "which he wasn't willing to consider"?
Complete thread -- Thank you all. Q, you nailed it! That's it!!! My misspelling wasn't close enough, I guess!
Complete thread -- reposted a better clip of it
Complete thread -- Sorry, clip is to grainy for me to catch the word
Complete thread -- In case not a typo s/b raised (not raise)
Complete thread -- I take it back....it is the correct area Richland, WA and he is a radiologist.
Complete thread -- raise the issue of surgery previously which he was not ___ to consider but he may cha
Complete thread -- Oops...Richmond, WA (wrong Washington)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Also found Dr Amit Habbu (see link)
Complete thread -- TY! That's a great WAG, but I still think I'm hearing the H at the beginning.~nm
Complete thread -- maybe Dr. Emad Abu-Khieran shortened to Dr. Abu?
Complete thread -- Good site for looking up physicians names
Complete thread -- I think I hear "she gets well, but
Complete thread -- When she takes the Nexium___ usually about three times a week.
Complete thread -- You're very welcome.
Complete thread -- Subtalar osteochondral defect
Complete thread -- symptoms including his *thrombilization* of temperature
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sure, re-stenosed. Sounds fine. (like they already had angioplasty once, and the artery
Complete thread -- The patient underwent angioplasty to a *restenotic* RCA.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- BP 120/70, pulse 70. Lungs clear. I don't hear physical exam waas normal.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- musculoskeletal
Complete thread -- I discussed potential causes of chest pain, which could be from reactive airway
Complete thread -- BUN 17, creatinine 1.0 _______. Physical exam was normal, lungs clear
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Metatarsal *slinging* 24 of metatarsal heads
Complete thread -- density
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- There is enlargement of the heart, but no evidence of decompensation. Prsistent sm
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- #1 parenchymal
Complete thread -- #2 with comparison
Complete thread -- CT PE protocol was done. No convincing evidence for gross pulmonary embolism on sm
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- check chronicity.
Complete thread -- Her LFTs are elevated, _____ chronicity and we will follow up on CT.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was thinking they usually do potassium after sodium but like you I sm
Complete thread -- creatinine fits the number, but I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- Sodium 133, _____ 3.3, chloride 91.
Complete thread -- Q. Just wanted to say thank you for all the help you give. It is greatly sm
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought I heard but she did not say it very clear.
Complete thread -- ???heel???
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: Includes back surgery, _____ surgery, cholecystectomy.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "and was free of contents as the hernia had been...etc"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- An indirect hernia sac was identified. The sac was carefully dissecte ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Skin well _____. Incision was also dressed..etc"
Complete thread -- Procedure: BILATERAL INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR WITH MESH. Posto ...
Complete thread -- It sounds like there were two skin incisions. What procedure(s) done?
Complete thread -- The external oblique was closed with a running suture of 3-0 Vicryl. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks I thought foot first too but then thought I heard wrist.
Complete thread -- Sorry. Thought she said "foot" but not really clear enough.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Significant for right _____ surgery.
Complete thread -- disinhibited
Complete thread -- The inferotemporal microcannula and associated infusion was removed an ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tough call...he could just be changing his mind to end up saying "Hypoechoic and somewhat"
Complete thread -- Impression: Hypoechoic _________ somewhat complex mass is confirmed.
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- No visible cervical os was immediately appreciated. After utilizing t ...
Complete thread -- Just googling your last 4 words gives you the answer.
Complete thread -- If he's Southern, he might just be, lol.
Complete thread -- wanna bet?
Complete thread -- what else do we know? can we have a hint?
Complete thread -- he's not saying pillow.
Complete thread -- pillow
Complete thread -- Patient woke up to blood around her *pilla.*
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I can't find any type cell related to meningioma that s/l 'sue' ...sorry.
Complete thread -- I don't know, but it sounds logical.
Complete thread -- Thank you, Q. It is discrete, but I still hear "sue"
Complete thread -- May be repeated and expanded like this...?
Complete thread -- Sorry. I can't think of anything.
Complete thread -- Appears spelling in this case s/b discrete (if that is, indeed, the word he says)
Complete thread -- Urine Culture
Complete thread -- Can you possibly hear "discreet clear cell-type meningioma"???
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- from the excision revealed s/l dis-feent sue cell type meningioma. TIA!
Complete thread -- Covidien
Complete thread -- Need to move on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Appendectomy
Complete thread -- past medical history of hypertension, intermittent angina s/l E colon symptoms TIA!
Complete thread -- Patient has no Achilles reflex. There is negative s/l soft bones, negative clonus TIA
Complete thread -- Patient had s/l TDC immunization at age 51. TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- laceration was sutured with 6-0 nylon. There was good s/l cal-sin-ee-sis. TIA!
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- The anastomosis was checked for leak using air insufflation test and w ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This additional specimen was placed in the endoscopic retrieval bag, r ...
Complete thread -- ??tautness?? or ??tightness??.....googling indicates such possibility
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- rugae
Complete thread -- A tunnel was then created between our inguinal incision to the level o ...
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Complete thread -- Fasciotomies
Complete thread -- 2. attached
Complete thread -- I think that is correct though! TY
Complete thread -- The tunica vaginalis was then identified exiting from the external rin ...
Complete thread -- tibial plafond?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Wide debridement of left lower extremity subcutaneous tissue.
Complete thread -- as protectors for the ...correction - K-wire casts were placed
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- At this time, the K-wires were bent and cut down to appropriate length ...
Complete thread -- I would expect to hear incontinence
Complete thread -- Patient has no bladder or bowel s/l ee-nor-min. TIA!
Complete thread -- That could be it!
Complete thread -- Namaste?
Complete thread -- Transplant for mixed phenotype leukemia
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a narrow double hook"
Complete thread -- Soft tissue was raised off of the lower lateral cartilage until they w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- reduced with rasp and
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: 1. Significant bony cartilaginous dorsal hump, _____ and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- plantarly?
Complete thread -- The left calcaneus was degloved _____ and the bone appeared soft. Sof ...
Complete thread -- 1 is a liter of. the last one, I hear "and the skin was closed using skin staples...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- NOTE: followed by (not following) #1 a liter
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- a few questions
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- #1 Vessels in the mesentary ???
Complete thread -- #2 - about 2 feet of
Complete thread -- 2. The anastomosis between?
Complete thread -- examination. ________mesentery were tied using 2-0 silk ties. ________ in between
Complete thread -- wav doesn't fit what you have here.
Complete thread -- approximately 4 and 5 feet remained ... (can't get anything else)
Complete thread -- this area from _______ right of intestine
Complete thread -- the area of ________ opened and defected AND area present ________ anastomosis or no
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- in the periapical chest cavity is what I heard.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- For the sake of readability (clarity) I would use the comma BTJMO.
Complete thread -- 32-year-old, right or 32-year-old right?
Complete thread -- Sorry...I can't get it.
Complete thread -- chest tube was placed _______ incision
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- minimal fibrinous material ________ the chest cavity
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "high"?
Complete thread -- For those who follow BoS2, yes to decimal-unit hyphen when used
Complete thread -- disease from this _______ incision
Complete thread -- sorry the first hyphen regarding -inch (decimal with hyphen for unit?)
Complete thread -- Ahhhh-- I see the date tab now - Thanks so much!!!!! :)
Complete thread -- you can click on Archives by Date tab above SM
Complete thread -- Looking for my ? from yesteday to see if an answer was ever suggested, but page only
Complete thread -- A 0.035-inch K-Wire was placed. (Hyphen or no hyphen?)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- was secured. Ace wraps... (new sentence)
Complete thread -- continuous running 5-0 nylon suture -- 4 x 4 (spaces) gauze, but can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- decompression, neurolysis, and synovectomy, 5 mg of Kenalog (then he spells it)
Complete thread -- running #5-0 nylon suture _____ coapt the skin edges
Complete thread -- palmar level (not palmer in the 1st sentence) purpuric might fit - SM
Complete thread -- a synovectomy, 5 mm of Kenalog, ________ wasplaced on the carpal tunnel space.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- deformity and *purpuric* changes centrally at
Complete thread -- transverse carpal ligament
Complete thread -- I hear carpal, not Scarpa. but can't get the blank yet.
Complete thread -- over the deep ______ Scarpa ligament



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