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Complete thread -- ?prolific
Complete thread -- That's it.
Complete thread -- agree with dense
Complete thread -- She attributes this to ___?___
Complete thread -- groin would be consistent with S1 distribution
Complete thread -- could "he had politic" be "hematopoietic"?
Complete thread -- Thx, I can hear that now, but wondering if there's a word just before *rotational*?
Complete thread -- no but thank you clearly "crow- in", maybe growing?? Or any other ideas?
Complete thread -- thank you. Any other opinions. I think with 2 opinions, then I will go 4 it
Complete thread -- on the lateral (x-ray) I believe it is (rotational?)
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- i think it would be fine, but that's just my opinion.
Complete thread -- and his groin?
Complete thread -- developing numbness in the left S1 distribution and small toe, and s/l "his crowin"
Complete thread -- You got it!
Complete thread -- He had s/l politic T lymphocytes in blood smear.
Complete thread -- Muscle strength in the lower extremities is very weak. She ____(). Muscle strength
Complete thread -- No, but he is saying "reverse." Thanks for leading me to that!
Complete thread -- delivers parts for Chatham NAPA maybe?
Complete thread -- They usually say "spell world backwards" so is he saying "backward-spell world"
Complete thread -- got it, thanks and sorry.
Complete thread -- He has s/L "dense" paresthesias in the left L5 dermatome.
Complete thread -- s/l bloopers. He made errors both attempting to *bloopers*-spell “world” and
Complete thread -- dig in the Northern Territory when ???? eating the local foods.
Complete thread -- got it thank, sorry
Complete thread -- Social History: He delivers parts in (pause) for "Chatamanapa".
Complete thread -- common chemicals to which individuals are ??????? sensitive to peruse whilst keeping
Complete thread -- determination, got it.
Complete thread -- coeliac serology together with a serum IgA level and HLA-DQ2 and DQ8 ???????, stool e
Complete thread -- balanced ischemia.
Complete thread -- Nuclear stress test may cause remote possibility of s/l pons ischemia?tq
Complete thread -- 100% occlusion
Complete thread -- He has a 100% s/l fuse in the right coronary artery.
Complete thread -- NM, got it. He's saying which is poor control. Thx if anyone listened.
Complete thread -- patient is argumentative about her severity of pain ____ with narcotic-contain
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj
Complete thread -- this is the CBC.
Complete thread -- meniscus injection makes perfect sense. sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- hyperphosphatemia?
Complete thread -- S/l 'meniscus', but I have never heard of the meniscus being injected. Usually the
Complete thread -- try for hypoplastic anemia.
Complete thread -- Need help with lab term
Complete thread -- I often hear "frank" dictated. Pretty common. I'm sure you'll hear it again.
Complete thread -- I researched and found that 'frank' is correct. See message. Thanks
Complete thread -- Would 'frank' make sense. I can post WAV.
Complete thread -- I think I will use that, although I cannot make it out. Thanks
Complete thread -- lateral position?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- trajectory
Complete thread -- YES!!! Thank you to everyone including Darlene
Complete thread -- s/l projectory or trojectory of the screws
Complete thread -- excellent suggestion
Complete thread -- due to metallic artifact? ("the talc"=metallic)
Complete thread -- P.S. This is exactly why they tell women not to use talcum powder
Complete thread -- Thanks for your time with this! I think I will flag. Thanks again. : )
Complete thread -- I would go with talc and flag it. It can cause artifact on breast MRI
Complete thread -- I cant confirm, but I have no way of knowing any prior procedures
Complete thread -- yes, maybe trees, but maybe it could also be tree perfumes
Complete thread -- individual ??
Complete thread -- each *in-du-shul* seed was placed until the last seed was placed at the apex
Complete thread -- Thank for suggestion. I've listened again but keep hearing it start with "b" sound. Do y
Complete thread -- it sounds okay "if" can confirm prior talc procedure
Complete thread -- I am attaching the paragraph. Do you think that I can just put it in
Complete thread -- second one might be diesel
Complete thread -- allergic to *treet,* perfumes, and *bee-sul* fumes... Please sm
Complete thread -- It might if had: Talc Poudrage Pleurodesis for Malignant Effusions
Complete thread -- ...history of hirsutism, which is worse over the last one year, on her face.
Complete thread -- The neural foraminal narrowing cannot be evaluated due to the "talc" artifact.
Complete thread -- abscess and fistula between two loops of small bowel and some ??????? lesions.
Complete thread -- oops, ya beat me I was still googling/reading
Complete thread -- total guess Mustarde sutures (able to post a voice wav? Others may get it for you.
Complete thread -- punct. hlp pls
Complete thread -- Oh, thank you SO much! ...
Complete thread -- I would leave it as you have it.
Complete thread -- Mustarde
Complete thread -- Mustarde
Complete thread -- ENT physician doing otoplasty says, "I performed subcutaneous *(s/ ...
Complete thread -- exactly, it doesn't make sense right? would you flag?
Complete thread -- it sounds like he starts to say "If this is not proved to be" but then said "I will...."
Complete thread -- suppositories for what I believe is prolapsing anal folds. ???????, I will assess hi
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- Darlene is right. I think it is "traction" here... instead of track/tract and ... right?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! ...
Complete thread -- agree nm
Complete thread -- distracted okay & example on using "tract" and track sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for that first one. I was beginning to think I must be way off
Complete thread -- distracted is ok, and i'm wondering if it is "tract"
Complete thread -- Agree. She has a large neck and just difficult to measure JVP, something like that!
Complete thread -- Not perfect but communicates ok. I'd use it.
Complete thread -- could it be nasal culture
Complete thread -- Injection into thumb area. He's slurring some words. Want to make sure I got it
Complete thread -- staph aureus
Complete thread -- JVP was difficult to appreciate due to s/l expanse?? of her neck. No ...
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it. Thanx!
Complete thread -- Just a suggestion, not sure, but food *fear* if he's having symptoms
Complete thread -- a longstanding history of chronic mesenteric ischemia. The patient re ...
Complete thread -- that IS the correct spelling.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Abdomen: No s/l tympany. What is correct spelling ??? ...
Complete thread -- Thank you f g j j g j and MT50, again!
Complete thread -- I heard just 44
Complete thread -- do you hear "about 44" or just 44?
Complete thread -- 44?
Complete thread -- his LFTs have improved with his ALT down to ????? and a gamma-GT of 68
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- okay, saying acromial morphology is type 3 on the Neer view.
Complete thread -- She has transient pain in the left foot medial aspect. Comma after foot?
Complete thread -- Thank you MT50 and f g j j g j!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- slight degree of
Complete thread -- a slight degree of oropharyngeal thrush
Complete thread -- wonder whether he may have a slightly ?????? oropharyngeal thrush given his recent a
Complete thread -- Or maybe I should just type *Lynco* on second thought? Very short note and need to send
Complete thread -- Podiatry clinic. The *Lyncos* did work but... (Lyncos or Lynco's?) Please
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- it would be ligatures
Complete thread -- I think "type 2" on the Neer view makes sense, but that's just me.
Complete thread -- is ligs (pronounced lygs) slang for ligatures?
Complete thread -- s/l typed or tied... not sure... what makes sense here that s/l those?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Zestoretic?
Complete thread -- Meds include Lopressor, s/l "systoretia", Neurontin, aspirin, and vitamin B.
Complete thread -- ? poor time being rate controlled?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- dementia, the patient has _______ controlled without significant a
Complete thread -- fluticasone?
Complete thread -- could it be fluticasone?
Complete thread -- that is what I found too but not quite saying that
Complete thread -- fludrocortisone?
Complete thread -- s/l flucortisone - is this correct
Complete thread -- Put it into archives above and there are plenty of "hits"
Complete thread -- sounds like beeth pins
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear this now. Thanks!! Thanks also to helper below for trying. : )
Complete thread -- virilization?
Complete thread -- hair or hairline something? new growth/less growth due to the hormones?
Complete thread -- No reported signs or symptoms of *air-line-say-shun.* He continues to...
Complete thread -- Can you confirm that this makes sense? Dictation isn't so clear.
Complete thread -- so we are just blowing up balloons? Is this a procedure or a circus?
Complete thread -- Dictator never told you what kind of procedure was being performed?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- That was context.
Complete thread -- I thought I heard "visualized" in there.
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure or exact contents? thx
Complete thread -- good one MT50 + link
Complete thread -- Has anyone here heard of what s/l a stay balloon? Sm for context
Complete thread -- agree, absolutely so. So, in the end, we need to know it all yet go along with acct spec.
Complete thread -- Neviaser
Complete thread -- percutaneous needle through *Na-vas-E-A's* portal
Complete thread -- oasis you have good research and and good thinking skills, yep
Complete thread -- all I got out of that mess is "cord." Bleeding points controlled...
Complete thread -- need to look at the big picture, you're looking narrowed view
Complete thread -- identified and the surrounding structure was excised
Complete thread -- IV antibiotics, subcu heparin, she voided in the preoperative area
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- SHAME ON HIM!
Complete thread -- to me sounds like "subcu heparin while in the operative area."
Complete thread -- s/l mylissy
Complete thread -- area, as well the ____, bleeding points were controlled with
Complete thread -- OH MY GOODNESS - please help
Complete thread -- Firstly, it is total protein 6
Complete thread -- Troponin 6, albumin 3.5, ______ 7.5, alk phos 58, AST 10,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Heart was regular rhythm without gallop
Complete thread -- Heart was regular rate and rhythm ____ gallop.
Complete thread -- Got it, cerebral.
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation, cholecystectomy, ____ aneurysm repair.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking... (see inside)
Complete thread -- WAV. Patient with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
Complete thread -- never mind, I got it. Thank you to all who tried
Complete thread -- METs, small "s" (metabolic equivalent tasks)
Complete thread -- Speaking of another one that a lot of sources cap: Tylenol with codeine
Complete thread -- glucose of 118 with a creatinine of 1.14, ____ (s/l no gia barbs) given
Complete thread -- Ah, I got it. I realized maybe Violet was his wife's name and Google verifies that.
Complete thread -- Good thought. I should say this doctor is the neurologist though.
Complete thread -- first part could be "neur," wish I could strain it to "neurologist."
Complete thread -- Wav posted, "although [???] does not want him to change the medications"
Complete thread -- got it in archives, just coming back and posting, tx
Complete thread -- 71,800 hits on google. also in archives here. easy to research
Complete thread -- neither is heparinized or all those other words they make up, until
Complete thread -- htnx, She is to follow up for s/l rebound hypertension. thanks.
Complete thread -- Even "reputable" souces can be incorrect. Happens ALL the time.
Complete thread -- you spotted it, I just verified it; you get all the credit here.
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. He mumbles first, then says: as a result... Thanks again.
Complete thread -- nevermind, it switched to your wav; but, I can't get the word(s) missing. sorry
Complete thread -- I just listened again and could hear it now: As a results of his operation.... Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- not sure this matches the wav. i hear something about a social situation
Complete thread -- Cannot hear blank. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- (common for a podiatrist or orthopod to call it a "ray"
Complete thread -- first ray
Complete thread -- Ortho note
Complete thread -- Thanks, billybob!
Complete thread -- Well, this changes my mind SM
Complete thread -- no, the original post said aortobiiliac or aortobiliac. look back.
Complete thread -- LiliK - I've seen a million "smart answers" from you on this board. Don't be modest!
Complete thread -- :-) Glad you had a smarter helper!
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "one aura." Thanks.
Complete thread -- She has atypical s/l "one war" migraine.
Complete thread -- Yes, can hear digital now. Thanks! Also thanks to helper below for trying.
Complete thread -- does pt have scleroderma? could be distal or digital ulcers associated w/Raynaud's
Complete thread -- residual?
Complete thread -- Ah! So either way looks fine because each can be documented by reputable source.
Complete thread -- no *the jiss-tull* ulcers, no worsening of the Raynaud's,
Complete thread -- in its echotexture
Complete thread -- Tessalon Perles in Saunders Pharmaceutical drug book
Complete thread -- Well, I'm glad to see a reputable source. I posted above I've always
Complete thread -- I agree. I saw it Tessalon perles and capsules, it isn't capped.
Complete thread -- Please, I'm not arguing, but my drug reference (QLDB) has Tessalon perles.
Complete thread -- oasis you need to look up on drugs.com as other poster said. It is capped
Complete thread -- I've always capped it. In googling, all showing capped (which I know isn't
Complete thread -- Actually, the trade name is Tessalon. The perle is the delivery form.
Complete thread -- nevermind it is 2. Hyperacidity in the stomach.
Complete thread -- it is capped T and capped P
Complete thread -- what does drugs.com say?
Complete thread -- Tessalon perles (see message)
Complete thread -- s/l hyper-is-sigin-ous stomach
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm on the fence about putting the "That was not right" in the 2nd sentence in
Complete thread -- she had 2
Complete thread -- yes, but I would take out the double "that" not needed even if dictated
Complete thread -- Doctor doesn't say to put anything in quotes, but I'm thinking some are needed here.
Complete thread -- (The value of 36 must relate to some other test. Wouldn't be right for ABI.)
Complete thread -- Wait -- not even sure it would make sense in your context. Could you post wav again?
Complete thread -- I did seem to hear "arm" and next word drops off but from your post
Complete thread -- got it, nevermind thank you!
Complete thread -- admits to still stressing regarding her social situation, ??? cause of the flare in h
Complete thread -- yes, I did... is that what you hear also
Complete thread -- Well, when googling brachial arm index, hits show for ankle-brachial (arm) index
Complete thread -- Thanks, but main question is whether "and has* echotexture makes
Complete thread -- Her BUN/creatinine is 20/0.7. Her _____ is 36.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Usually ankle-brachial index, but could be saying brachial artery index?
Complete thread -- I'd go with echotexture.
Complete thread -- ok thanks for trying everyone
Complete thread -- thyroid: heterogeneous *and has ee-koe-texture.* There are... Please sm for
Complete thread -- Her INR is 1. Her BUN/creatinine is 20/0.7. Her*brachial arm index*is 36. Her brain C
Complete thread -- Would it be possible to play a bit more of this dictation before 1-2 L of water?
Complete thread -- mumble _____ glasses per _____ ??each hour?? too mumbled.
Complete thread -- tip. Google
Complete thread -- what does she say after water?
Complete thread -- (sound file starts at the 1-2 L so I don't know what is said before that)
Complete thread -- 1-2 L of water is what I hear. (does require doesn't make much sense to me, but 1-2 L
Complete thread -- the word does fit, however
Complete thread -- ultrasound would be first step - not angiogram
Complete thread -- trial Metamucil first but he does require to drink 1 L to 2 L of water ?????.
Complete thread -- pt has an inguinal hernia, not looking for "source of infection" - this is in PMH.
Complete thread -- i'd say her tolerance to pain medication is high, but pain tolerance is low.
Complete thread -- aortobiliac isn't a word. it needs the 2 i's
Complete thread -- Aortobiiliac goes thru spellcheck (Stedman's speller to be specific).
Complete thread -- Agree. I'd leave a blank.
Complete thread -- Well, that didn't work. Still have a little ad there.
Complete thread -- aorto-bi-iliac. I just feel like this one needs the hyphens, just me.
Complete thread -- aortobiiliac or aortobiliac
Complete thread -- Thanks! I did come back and see this -- new term for me! I had
Complete thread -- necklift procedure
Complete thread -- I know what the problem is. I have to turn on UAC. I totally forgot
Complete thread -- Mine is working fine. No ads. Might be something on your computer. Try restarting.
Complete thread -- Billybob, when did the ads start? Or, do I have to adjust my
Complete thread -- I'd say its okay - He has hot water heat with a dehumidifier (because hot water heat
Complete thread -- but syncopized isn't a word, is it?
Complete thread -- agree STDs as a likely source of infection etc
Complete thread -- Could be TLA (translumbar aortography)
Complete thread -- TY I believe that is it.
Complete thread -- might mean BLE Bilateral lower extremity (angiogram) not sure SP
Complete thread -- dictator just being fancy, another version of syncope, it does google also
Complete thread -- The patient complains of swelling in the limbs especially during the e ...
Complete thread -- sounds like a plan
Complete thread -- Please provide sentence before and after. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Since it is a word but doesn't fit, I would flag it.
Complete thread -- The patient will undergo *BLE with SP*?
Complete thread -- Patient with syncope. (sm)
Complete thread -- Giving him a blank. Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- FCD? (fecal containment/collection device)
Complete thread -- STDs
Complete thread -- 33-year-old female with an inguinal hernia
Complete thread -- Sorry just saw this, think it is velopharyngeal
Complete thread -- thanks - saw that too - just not in LA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks - saw that too
Complete thread -- we can call in one to postal prescriptions (one = Rx for Numosisyn)
Complete thread -- L.A. Care? (see link)
Complete thread -- 1 or 2? Since you have prescriptionS.
Complete thread -- anyone know - s/l Elly Care [guidelines]
Complete thread -- postal prescriptions. Call in s/l " one two" (don't hear anything in between
Complete thread -- Flagging. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'm just trying to figure out how to edit to make sense of it. Moving on now.
Complete thread -- More info: Operation was UPPP for snoring. Doc goes on to say airway is adequate.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking 'avul' fracture.
Complete thread -- there is what is called baseboard hot water heat, but humidifiers can also s.m.
Complete thread -- A considerable amount of *fetal* pharyngeal stricture secondary to his operation
Complete thread -- WAV posted. ortho report (sm) 2 weeks post ___ fracture. She is in a ___ brace...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He has *hot water heat* with a humidifier and lives in a trailer.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- s/l "glaring" radicular symptoms.
Complete thread -- i flagged it
Complete thread -- BiPAP ABG
Complete thread -- Mallory-Weiss tear
Complete thread -- which basically showed *mallorous wist* and tearing and
Complete thread -- was 32, PO2 was 79. ________ ABG was 21, INR was 1.02
Complete thread -- it is METS of exercise.
Complete thread -- yep, thanks!
Complete thread -- can you hear "urine eosinophils"?
Complete thread -- s/l uri knee sin o thall
Complete thread -- I found self-administered gerocognitive examination (SAGE)
Complete thread -- Just a wild guess to the s/l "use of language or use of knowledge?"
Complete thread -- geriatric neuro consult: s/l U-savage ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Indocin
Complete thread -- help with drug name please
Complete thread -- The second one I hear faster dominant beta rhythms
Complete thread -- 1) alpha 3) artifact was seen
Complete thread -- Background: The background showed a well-developed, posterior 9 to 10 ...
Complete thread -- never mind. ...
Complete thread -- Background: The background showed well-developed posterior 9 Hz alpha ...
Complete thread -- s/l maximum exercise. thanks!
Complete thread -- Hypertensive response with bp in 200 range during s/l MEPs of exercise?
Complete thread -- had to sign off with blank.
Complete thread -- croup and, by the way.
Complete thread -- She has s/l almi digital monitor but she never checks it. Is it bp machine?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Admitting diagnosis: __________ mild respiratory distress. Dis ...
Complete thread -- She said moderate layered atheroma in conclusions, so I left a ______ here.
Complete thread -- Thanks. She repeated in conclusion and said same. Also changed to tilting "discs" as
Complete thread -- contraction velocity (meaning analogous to "ejection" velocity of valves) is word needed h
Complete thread -- Aorta: s/l "Acataglith-layered" atheroma throughout the descending aorta
Complete thread -- Clearly saying low "contraction" velocities, but I'm just finding "conduction"
Complete thread -- Ortho note..
Complete thread -- Sounds possible but I had to send with blank after 15 minutes. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Yep, me too. but it is protein C and protein S.
Complete thread -- I googled protein C warfarin and then protein C and S warfarin
Complete thread -- thank you all. i did wonder about that "CNS", too. i hate it when letters are used...
Complete thread -- ^^ agree with C and S
Complete thread -- how about PSSU
Complete thread -- ? pockets of fluid
Complete thread -- cannot - warfarin initially decreases protein C levels faster than the coagulation factors
Complete thread -- protein C and S
Complete thread -- Protein CNS levels *can or cannot* be performed while on Warfarin.
Complete thread -- PT note - mp3 posted
Complete thread -- thanks, but had to send with a blank.
Complete thread -- Okay, he's not saying yellow-colored and not changing straw-colored. Loculated "parkaysa
Complete thread -- pancreas?
Complete thread -- left pleural effusion yielded 800 mL of yellow-colored s/l "parkaysa" fluid.
Complete thread -- s/l aykreous
Complete thread -- I think I might hear "shoulder" as part of that. Have you tried slowing it down?
Complete thread -- Thank you nm! You are a genius!
Complete thread -- suffered a chronic <--what I hear
Complete thread -- I am very happy with ***** current progress. Obviously, she ?????? chronic small bow
Complete thread -- thanks nm, have to send, thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- wasn't done on purpose
Complete thread -- There's an extra syllable in there, and it really sounds like after. I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- come for a colonscopy but there is a word before come that I cannot hear
Complete thread -- I'd think "at the left"
Complete thread -- pain, which was felt related to comfort? but makes no sense, I'm mis-hearing something.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- end-organ no doubt.
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- thank you nm, I so dislike when people do that!
Complete thread -- s/l in organ phenomenon
Complete thread -- last one is myocardial infarction.
Complete thread -- there is an unanswered wav below just posted.
Complete thread -- What does OD after the meds mean?
Complete thread -- found this intervertebral disc IVD (prosthesis) opting for preserving spine flexibility sm
Complete thread -- a few blanks again
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- There has also been associated left iliac fossa pain ???????? colonoscopy which was u
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? I'm not 100% sure I'm hearing it correctly.
Complete thread -- anemia or bleeding diathesis.
Complete thread -- active anemia ______. There are no ______ history.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- without increased thyroid ?
Complete thread -- There was no residual ______. There was no associated shortness
Complete thread -- movements bilaterally symmetric.
Complete thread -- Yes, and thank you. Brain freeze. nm
Complete thread -- Bakody?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Positive s/l "Pa-toe-dee" maneuver, as patient holds cervical spine with right arm.nm
Complete thread -- I found this (sm) hope it helps.
Complete thread -- Layed isn't a word.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- dr. xxx, who laid out a very good treatment plan (laid/layed?)
Complete thread -- (weeks' gestation)
Complete thread -- a nulliparous
Complete thread -- which is abnormal in an *eliporous* patient at 28 weeks gestation
Complete thread -- Specifically says TSSU.
Complete thread -- wrap? did she have gastric bypass?
Complete thread -- esophageal dysmotility....sm
Complete thread -- found Theater Sterile Supply Unit too. (listed as a hospital unit)?
Complete thread -- TSU is transitional surgical unit, so maybe something like that.
Complete thread -- got it, endplate
Complete thread -- LS x-rays. superior s/l "end side"
Complete thread -- Anybody know what s/l TSSU might stand for (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- lambda
Complete thread -- s/l lanta
Complete thread -- first sentence, check "were" (s/b where). I'd actually leave it as dictated, but its up
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- grammar question on plural vs not plural...
Complete thread -- She is susceptible to upper airway infections very soon. ESL. What?
Complete thread -- I'd say its okay, like a pressure dressing.
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- Tobradex ointment and *pressure pads*
Complete thread -- impetus?
Complete thread -- She states she went to a lecture on joint replacement surgery that I gave and that
Complete thread -- Not positive but to me it s/l "symptomatic osteoarthritis versus hypotension resulting in
Complete thread -- Recurrent falls secondary to poor equilibrium from _______ osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- a lot (more than 1) striae
Complete thread -- striae
Complete thread -- ok. 1.8. :)
Complete thread -- plural or singular? Stria or striae?
Complete thread -- mg%, serum potassium 0.8 mEq/L, and serum mag
Complete thread -- serum potassium was 1.8 mEq/L
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- percent _______ serum magnesium
Complete thread -- A/P chest x-ray was performed (saying A dash P)
Complete thread -- Find info in archives, i.e., cubic centimeters. Ty.
Complete thread -- A portable _______ was performed on admission revealed multiple surgical clips
Complete thread -- flagged and sent
Complete thread -- How to transcribe "a few cc's of yellow synovial fluid." (We do not change cc to mL.
Complete thread -- C-section surgery: s/l joe colon type fashion?
Complete thread -- hypersplenism and _______ requiring splenectomy
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, prior ________, ______ consumption
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- on admission was followed by confusion (not sure of next words)
Complete thread -- with exertion, _______, palpitations or edema
Complete thread -- I hear "confusion" somewhere in there. Not sure he's saying "on admission was followed...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- face plant (fell on his face)
Complete thread -- face plant
Complete thread -- complicated by subsequent (chronic paroxysmal?) atrial fibrillation
Complete thread -- s/l face flant
Complete thread -- With your help, I think I got it - *mid-shaft fracture* Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- On admission, was followed by ______. The patient denies frank loss of conscio
Complete thread -- repair complicated with ________ atrial fibrillation.
Complete thread -- first is
Complete thread -- It could be "shaft" although it really sounds like two
Complete thread -- S/L F L C
Complete thread -- Want to get "plateau" out of it, but there just seems to be another sound in there, sorry
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Renvela
Complete thread -- med s/l ravella
Complete thread -- OMG! Thank you MT50! I have been at this a while and have never heard that one. Love
Complete thread -- erysipelas
Complete thread -- Pt with mouth pain. PE: Mouth - No redness, no cellulitis, or "arasipilus" see msg
Complete thread -- Don't know if this is male or female or the age of the patient but there is Ortho-Cyclen
Complete thread -- Current Medications: s/l "Arthrocycler"
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- generally speaking, though, ordinals only if before or standing alone.
Complete thread -- That's very account specific. You need to find out how your account wants dates done.
Complete thread -- having trouble verifying this- July 9th or July 9
Complete thread -- Please help with Wav
Complete thread -- would IVD care make sense in context? Pretty clear, but interesting.
Complete thread -- oh for goodness sake
Complete thread -- I wish the wav were longer in both directions
Complete thread -- I think I just found it, PETHEMA
Complete thread -- He is currently being treated with the "pet heme capital PET capital Heme regimen"
Complete thread -- Oh ok. Thank you. I am a Canadian Transcriptionist, but I think the ...
Complete thread -- didn't need context...OP posted a wav
Complete thread -- left right axis deviation?? huh??
Complete thread -- Wow, you sound like a doctor. Who else would think to ask such a question?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure, it depends on if your company goes by the AAMT BoS (our bible).
Complete thread -- Thank you, Darlene.
Complete thread -- akllpn sm chest lead names
Complete thread -- Maybe it is Left RAD? Left (Right axis deviation)? or Left RAD (region ...
Complete thread -- But would I be wrong if I didn't do it in roman numerals? ...
Complete thread -- Not a matter of style, IMO. see my post below.
Complete thread -- BOS2, page 86: EKG leads V1 through V6 and leads I, II, and III. I wouldn't put it if I
Complete thread -- Does the patient have any alveolar damage? Could it also be a congeni ...
Complete thread -- at its origin
Complete thread -- It's tic douloureux.
Complete thread -- s/l at a Georgian
Complete thread -- s/l tick villarue
Complete thread -- it's B12
Complete thread -- I disagree with lb. It is a matter of style and hospital preferred fo ...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Since he had some mild reduction in the conduction velocity in the motor nerves,
Complete thread -- *are Roman
Complete thread -- EKG leads ar Roman, leads I (not 1) but can't get your blank. Not sure it is "left)
Complete thread -- medications be (not to be) titrated to obtain a normal systolic blood pressure?
Complete thread -- and titrate to attain _____ blood pressure less than
Complete thread -- Left _____is present. First-degree AV heart block is noted.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- 2nd is The PMI is poorly appreciated.
Complete thread -- Normal _____ no bruits noted AND No wheezing is noted. ____ poorly appreciated
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wish they'd slow down and actually think before they speak.
Complete thread -- 2nd exertional dyspnea, he needs to slow down a tad and quit slurring& flying thru words
Complete thread -- slurring so bad.... significant illnesses? ??
Complete thread -- LOL...yes, you're right, its from incisors.
Complete thread -- The EG junction was at approximately 37 cm from the "EG junction." Hmm, obviously
Complete thread -- There are no other _____. There appears no prior surgery.
Complete thread -- breath experience, prior exertion ______, orthopnea, palpitations, edema, _____.
Complete thread -- The dictator is probably talking about Transverse fibrous septum in th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. Yes, I of course slowed it down, sped it up, paused, etc. :)
Complete thread -- The distal clavicle and acromion make up the AC joint.
Complete thread -- AC joint, the distal clavicle, is... (the distal clavicle has the spur).
Complete thread -- Did you slow down the dictation? Maybe he uttered something quickly bt ...
Complete thread -- The AC joint the distal clavicle is thick and has a spur. He doesn't dictate a word
Complete thread -- thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- s/l... Be-kin-tree tran-sept-tim...and intre-trans-sep-tim...sm
Complete thread -- Maybe "excision and Coblation"
Complete thread -- ablation makes sense
Complete thread -- Is "ablation"
Complete thread -- All posters thanks for looking.
Complete thread -- rectosigmoid perhaps, instead of rectal sesamoid. i think part of your s/l is
Complete thread -- s/l...excision on-cove-a-la-shun of endometrial implants...sm
Complete thread -- got it indigo carmine
Complete thread -- s/l....something but cannot pick up the first part at all. sm.
Complete thread -- the helpers will need a bit more info to help example: sm
Complete thread -- forgot a couple more you/others may need torque - torqueable – torqueability
Complete thread -- Yes, there are compliant, noncompliant and semi-compliant sm
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are asking. Could you post sentence b4 and after your s/l?
Complete thread -- Check-up honourable a evaluate
Complete thread -- I can hear that now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- demonstrates
Complete thread -- maybe "she has" for the blank?
Complete thread -- Ortho note...
Complete thread -- are you sure?
Complete thread -- sentence doesn't make sense, no matter what the word is
Complete thread -- or the like = etcetera (etc)
Complete thread -- so...are they saying "compliant" or not?
Complete thread -- Agree. It's part of the narrative, not the beginning of an actual list.
Complete thread -- we are not told to use a number 1 if there is no number 2. Ugh.
Complete thread -- agree with Mgt
Complete thread -- way wag: flexion? anteflexion? angle measurements for inversion/eversion sound real odd
Complete thread -- Lilly, I'm curious about the words you heard just prior to your s/l.
Complete thread -- minocycline is corrected spelling.
Complete thread -- most likely a tetracycline, therefore perhaps minocyclin? (as always, ck my sp)
Complete thread -- Acne med
Complete thread -- His range of motion is of about 90 degrees inversion with 10 degrees o ...
Complete thread -- I think it may be a "hypertrophic tug lesion." (see link)
Complete thread -- hmm, wonder if slurringggg s/l effient =? 3.0 x 15 mm Mavericksm
Complete thread -- I would do
Complete thread -- 1st blank s/l hyperteric 2nd blank s/l deniguated
Complete thread -- You're right, its a med. I can't think of anything that s/l that for a balloon. Sorry.
Complete thread -- I would type as you did: number one.
Complete thread -- vertical?
Complete thread -- number one or 1) or ???
Complete thread -- on re-thought, "seen on a peripheral (CT cut, understood) of the kidney.
Complete thread -- at the tail of the parotid there is a soft mass of 5 cm in s/l vot-icular dimension.
Complete thread -- predilated with 3 x 15 mm "Effient" compliant balloon
Complete thread -- add slash - maybe he wants a 'slash' in there like / ?
Complete thread -- oops...i googled wrong. nevermind on the (3). it comes in a 3-ounce tube.maybe thats it?
Complete thread -- Aquacel, agree. Sensicare 3 (google it) is fine.
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me... "or the like" meaning anything else like those mentioned.
Complete thread -- Well, can't hear that. Going to flag as it sounds more like "purple."
Complete thread -- I have also counseled Mr. NAME that if he develops any risk factors fo ...
Complete thread -- (Same ESL as posts below.) Now giving directions for decubitus ulcer wound care.
Complete thread -- thanks for your input, M!
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestion! I'll go back for another listen.
Complete thread -- to my ear, symmetrically makes a little more sense than asym., but then I didn't especial
Complete thread -- on the periphery of left kidney?
Complete thread -- He said either symmetrically or asymmetrically and I'm trying to figure out
Complete thread -- abnormality seen on a *purple* of left kidney on the prior CT scan
Complete thread -- I'd type and not worry too much. Better word choice = "similarly" Did he say that instea
Complete thread -- Would *symmetrically* make sense in this context? Please
Complete thread -- no posts are deleted except by WB owner "admin" if abusive or HIPPA-violating.
Complete thread -- CT scan of thorax: 2 small foci of right pleural *add-slash-gash* and residual...
Complete thread -- s/l? ...
Complete thread -- wav not playing
Complete thread -- any way you could slow it down a little?
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help Margaret. Now, how do I delete this post? ...
Complete thread -- NM, flagging.
Complete thread -- infiltrates throughout the right lung and *the-you-esk* hilum...
Complete thread -- arthroscope as well as ________ appropriate placement
Complete thread -- degrees abduction using a special_______ operating room table. A 10-pound
Complete thread -- Welcome to WB, btw! One cannot learn everything in one session. Don't hesitate to ask.
Complete thread -- BTW (= "by the way") that's why helpers and OPs Really welcome it when Any OP, but especia
Complete thread -- (ooOOOooo....of cuss! of cuss! LOL! :-)
Complete thread -- s/l = "sounds like." You understand correctly; prior wavs & mp3s are erased by posting of
Complete thread -- Oh ok thanks. So that means, the past unanswered WAV or MP3 cannot be ...
Complete thread -- beclomethasone?
Complete thread -- Hint: look for interesting questions from the top of the page downward, and frequently
Complete thread -- "nasal."
Complete thread -- consider "nabe-" might =
Complete thread -- Never more than 1 wav and 1 MP3 available at any one time.
Complete thread -- s/l nabecalasone nasal spray 50 mcg 2 sprays qhs
Complete thread -- Help with listening to WAV/MP3 files
Complete thread -- appetite
Complete thread -- sleep-wake change?
Complete thread -- thanks so much for the input
Complete thread -- Got it! He's saying "gangrenous". TY!
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use the first comma after 60-year-old. months' duration
Complete thread -- aggressive
Complete thread -- oops, sorry, this should be a separate post. nm
Complete thread -- egress appendicitis ?
Complete thread -- totally stumped here, s/l epp-rack change. Plse sm for context
Complete thread -- opinion on comma use....would you puncutate with commas like this, just wondering
Complete thread -- NM, flagging.
Complete thread -- This sac *had, uh, upon observation both ports* had attachment to the surrounding...
Complete thread -- Tab-A-Vite/Iron Oral sm
Complete thread -- yes, it does, frequently expressed like that, Normal 150,000 to 400,000 sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes - cardia/cardiac area of stomach see link
Complete thread -- s/l cardiac lesion
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure with excellent ________.
Complete thread -- Platelets are 32. Does this mean 32,000? thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- chlorambucil
Complete thread -- He has Hodgkin's lymphoma and was given s/l forambucil?. thanks.
Complete thread -- in medication list s/l tab u vite
Complete thread -- The scope was withdrawn and mucosa carefully examined. ____ excellent ...
Complete thread -- autologous bone graft
Complete thread -- Sounds maybe like starts with P now, "Pabble eiser." anyone?
Complete thread -- s/l Hoblizer, Hobble-lizer, Hablozzer scalp cream for shaving
Complete thread -- Here's a picture (if I'm able to post the link)
Complete thread -- . The wound was then irrigated. s/l O2 allo bone graft was inserted. All the sm
Complete thread -- Thanks will check. Thanks to both of you
Complete thread -- Google Lenke probe. Might be it.
Complete thread -- seal
Complete thread -- I posted a WAV on this and also there is another blank so sm for the full context....
Complete thread -- I don't think so but thanks. Sent it with a blank.
Complete thread -- Each hole was done by starting the hole by a drill and then the s/l lan-key was sm
Complete thread -- some residual?
Complete thread -- yard karts? carts?
Complete thread -- Yes I did try Onelook
Complete thread -- possibly s/l some effi-tual
Complete thread -- did you try *peristalsis on onelook?
Complete thread -- Can you hear anything at all to give us a clue?
Complete thread -- Manometry showed s/l ??? peristalsis in the lower esophagus
Complete thread -- s/l yard charts
Complete thread -- apparently stands for Minnesota Detoxification Scale
Complete thread -- Great! I was only familiar with CIWA and Ativan, etc. Looks like it's a score. Thanks!
Complete thread -- check MINDS (for alcohol withdrawal)
Complete thread -- She was followed on s/l "mines" protocol.
Complete thread -- gonococcus? (but usually stated gonococcal). Really need to have some context to make
Complete thread -- coccidioidomycosis antibody...too many syllables, I know, but...
Complete thread -- s/l conacoxcis antibody test?
Complete thread -- 200 mg mane - is that a.m. ? and the other mg (bd) b.i.d.?
Complete thread -- maybe "pad" ?
Complete thread -- S/l L&M pat?
Complete thread -- yup I hear that too now, yay! Thank you nm!!!
Complete thread -- Possibly Neulactil?
Complete thread -- I advised him to continue Zoloft 200 mg mane and ????? 2.5 mg bd.
Complete thread -- Ah, he just misspoke. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- R-wave progression is what is normally heard
Complete thread -- EKG: poor precordial *R* lead progression. Please sm for
Complete thread -- dextran?
Complete thread -- consider Flomax
Complete thread -- consider moexipril (Univasc)
Complete thread -- See Rocco stitch on Google, but investigate to be sure
Complete thread -- got it, tranyclypromine... Thank you!
Complete thread -- did not respond either to trimipramine?
Complete thread -- Perhaps Mobic (or something else) in renal dosage.
Complete thread -- s/l mo-ex-uh-rin no dosage info TIA!
Complete thread -- I do not hear that but I cannot quite hear what it is but I don't hear that
Complete thread -- Think it might be "trial of trimipramine"
Complete thread -- She did not respond to ??????? a different monoamine oxidase inhibitor
Complete thread -- thank you so much! You got me off what I had been thinking it had to be.
Complete thread -- for an extra?
Complete thread -- ? and then 55 right after 20 repetitions
Complete thread -- Insertion of penile prosthesis: *rocker* stitch closure for the corporotomy?
Complete thread -- wav file, a physical therapy report on the knee.
Complete thread -- U probably for unit
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Effient
Complete thread -- drug s/l epient or evient
Complete thread -- wonder if really said/meant ac (before meals) would make sense sm
Complete thread -- (whew, kitty! scads of replacement fluids! Unlikely I could help you anyway, but SM
Complete thread -- back surgery - s/l Daytrin or Baytrin?
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- Wondering if it is more like... (sm)
Complete thread -- The anterior longitudinal ligament ___________ were elevated with
Complete thread -- Not so wag. I wondered that myself; in US that makes abundant sense, given that Rx might
Complete thread -- ?fluoxetine (Prozac).
Complete thread -- WAY WAG: scintering??? pronounced = centeringl;(no med knowledge, just homonym guess)
Complete thread -- hmm,...yes,....I reckon it Does, now that you point it out! :-)
Complete thread -- (wow! I like this suggestion for OP's s/l!! :-)
Complete thread -- just a "whine," and way late as well...
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- One Google cite suggests Fluox is a New Zealand brand for those indications.
Complete thread -- He is placed on CellCept and s/l fluox? nm. Lupus and r.arthritis
Complete thread -- Your guess is as good as mine. Is the patient taking it for any particular reason?
Complete thread -- It is if placed in the sentence where the OP has the s/l noted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I stand corrected
Complete thread -- was noted for the WBC to be decreasing.
Complete thread -- With antibiotic, the patient also was noted to be ____ to be decreasin ...
Complete thread -- agree; also, adjuvant carries a different meaning from mop-up
Complete thread -- disagree; it's not so far flung
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- s/l on carbo(platin) and Taxol
Complete thread -- Probiotics 2 tc b.i.d. what is tc here? This in medication list.
Complete thread -- She was ______ ending in July 2012 ...
Complete thread -- Would seriously doubt that any doctor would want that put in his
Complete thread -- thanks, he said "hell of it".
Complete thread -- Thanks for the challenge, neurophyex,...but it is imperative that you give the exact words
Complete thread -- He has some difficulties with word finding, s/l heliva. thank you.
Complete thread -- I had hoped it was an acronym, like MOPP, CHOP, etc, but nooOOoo. SM
Complete thread -- thanks for the spelling correction!
Complete thread -- sorry* good night!
Complete thread -- first time for me and thanks again! Have a great day!
Complete thread -- fully clothed?
Complete thread -- weight is 176 with height of 66 inches, s/l fully close BMI was 27.5. tx.
Complete thread -- ASAP brand name mfg by Medi-Tech Div of Boston Scientific
Complete thread -- I believe she was thinking glabrous
Complete thread -- yes, mop-up therapy is correct
Complete thread -- Mgt, I think you're thinking globular when referring to breast tissue.
Complete thread -- agree with glabrous.
Complete thread -- so, you need to tell us what the above-mentioned procedure is
Complete thread -- no, it's AESOP
Complete thread -- bummer
Complete thread -- I would think: he is recently in remission, and in fact...
Complete thread -- no, it's glabrous
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- Thank you, thought I was going to pull out my hair, lol!
Complete thread -- ApaTech Actifuse (see link)
Complete thread -- Oops. "glaborous tissue" is what it is called, not "glabular." So sorry 4 my mistake.
Complete thread -- Lumbar arthrodesis: We used a 3-mm taper to tap into the previous fusion mass at /sm
Complete thread -- no, I think doc is correct, skin is attached to glabular aka areolar tissue (fat, strands,
Complete thread -- Thanks for answer! New for me! :-)
Complete thread -- agree. possibly "client," Might help to know pt's job, employment.
Complete thread -- not when a noun doesn't immediately follow "type" (e.g., "of" follows)
Complete thread -- more surrounding context needed.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I think she's trying to pronounce "mediastinal and"
Complete thread -- moderate s/l "nidio skeen" on hilar adenopathy (patient is moaning loudly in pain in
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Got it, Exjade. :)
Complete thread -- Teen w/sickle cell crisis, meds incl. s/l Extrase or Exchase 750 mg/sm
Complete thread -- Glabular?
Complete thread -- Thanks, didn't sound at all like a stumble though. I just blanked it
Complete thread -- Thanks, sounded pretty clearly like "maytec" though
Complete thread -- I actually had figure-of-four the other day. I typed it just as you have.
Complete thread -- I have heard of figure-of-eight stitches, but has anyone heard of figure-of-four
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- wow. I can't think of what that can be. S/L He "beeshes" in remission.
Complete thread -- I think I just got it: *He reaches a remission*
Complete thread -- Yup, makes sense (see link and do a ctrl F for high-add )
Complete thread -- Found NyBax™ balloon material with Mustang balloon catheter (see link)
Complete thread -- high *s/l add* single vision reading glass
Complete thread -- I see nothing like your s/l in Boston product description, betcha sm
Complete thread -- s/l prolongeration= prolongation sm
Complete thread -- Psych note...
Complete thread -- Sending blank, never mind
Complete thread -- Balloon angioplasty. sm
Complete thread -- see suggestion inside
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. ...
Complete thread -- In other words, use "+" and "A" is probably "8."
Complete thread -- Based on the link below and message
Complete thread -- was stat so I had to send it
Complete thread -- Crohn's
Complete thread -- high amplitude s/l prolongeration motor unit potentials
Complete thread -- whoops, I forgot to add which was done____. Given the above...
Complete thread -- there has been no progression of the scoliosis, which has done ___.
Complete thread -- except I meant beat-type sensations. sorry.
Complete thread -- too many commas?
Complete thread -- thanks for input
Complete thread -- I don't think you need hyphen when "of" is there. skipping-beat type sensations or
Complete thread -- hematemesis consult note
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- the marginal is questionable. ??
Complete thread -- we were just told that "type" gets hyphenated. skipping beat-type
Complete thread -- i think he's just stuttering on possibly/possibility. L5-S1, possibly radiofrequency...
Complete thread -- I recommend a facet injection with Dr. David Koniak, bilateral L5-S1 ___possibility
Complete thread -- skipping beat type of sensations - hyphenated or not??
Complete thread -- margin of the spinal cord maybe? marginal doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- Thanks. not sure, but he said several times really clearly.
Complete thread -- I know, that is the quality I get too.. But I hear anterolateral marginal spinal cord
Complete thread -- I found. looks like ASAP or ASAP's
Complete thread -- asaps biopsy needle? Spells clearly, A S A P S
Complete thread -- oh heck, dont mind me. the sound file is very low at first and doesnt give much leeway
Complete thread -- i hear "lateral" in there
Complete thread -- ambulatory surgery ultrasound - ?
Complete thread -- something ultrasound maybe?
Complete thread -- thank you, shoots. Would marginal spinal cord make sense in context
Complete thread -- It's ASU not AUS as I have in text
Complete thread -- Does anyone know what the s/l A S U room would be? cone needle biopsy
Complete thread -- Latest version. I just downloaded it from LWW.
Complete thread -- need more of a sentence, but possibly lateral back toward his
Complete thread -- Why isnt anyone answering? Is it such a hard question?
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought....
Complete thread -- on the right anterolateral ____spinal cord
Complete thread -- okay, right-sided back pain.
Complete thread -- right sided or right-sided?
Complete thread -- listen for "a pervasive"
Complete thread -- NM, going with increased. Just realized he says "to" and that's another
Complete thread -- Why is the ESL and psych note giving me problems every other
Complete thread -- I think he's saying 10 mg (maybe cutting the 20 mg in half).
Complete thread -- separate figure-of-eight ??
Complete thread -- (oops, that should be nm)
Complete thread -- Oh, just saw this. Thanks so much. Also thanks for dosage. Will listen again.
Complete thread -- Oh, just said Seroquel replaced by *lah-too-dah.* (sounds a bit different that time)
Complete thread -- Latuda 80 mg
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying, but can't get that.
Complete thread -- Psychiatric med *leh-too-nide* *tee* mg. This is for same
Complete thread -- BIG WAG ~ obviously? (just an ESL guess)
Complete thread -- diagnosis of schizophrenia, paranoid type, *upper vissy* pattern of anxiety,
Complete thread -- 12-lead ECG - not ECT
Complete thread -- Ty. Actually listening again it is NT-ProBNP. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- ProBNP
Complete thread -- on and off several times over the past month to year
Complete thread -- She says that she has had this pain on and off for the past month _____.
Complete thread -- His MCV and MCH are slightly elevated. s/l pro-BMT was 1646.
Complete thread -- I agree as well.
Complete thread -- I found "mop-up therapy" after cancer as a slang, but I can I put that in a report
Complete thread -- s/l separate cigulobate
Complete thread -- thyroidectomy and postoperatively s/l "mopup or mopof" therapy
Complete thread -- Tp rec'd radiation therapy to left femoral area, having rec'd
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- If have Stedman ortho 5th & rad4th, talo combo is used & google article, butut u
Complete thread -- splenorenal shunt
Complete thread -- talar tarsal? although I see a lot of podiatrists do use that word.
Complete thread -- I think you sure did good research,soooo. sm this is how I remember it
Complete thread -- It is actually'enteric'!
Complete thread -- (I can'
Complete thread -- Thanks--not sure that's it though. I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- Surgery of foot will include s/l talotarsal stabilization. Is talotarsal a word?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l likely parietal (lining of peritoneum).Visceral organs= sm
Complete thread -- portorenal shunt
Complete thread -- portocaval shunt? just wondering (haven't listened)
Complete thread -- Okay, need to move on now. Guess I stumped everyone on this! ; )
Complete thread -- right atrium is wrong
Complete thread -- revealing cirrhosis, portal hypertension, _____ shunt, large amount
Complete thread -- Anyone? Okay, interarticular means inside the joint and you would
Complete thread -- I thought I heard Russian too. Good idea...I'll try and get samples
Complete thread -- Do see in some instances they look for central defects with tortuosity, so maybe so?
Complete thread -- Seeing *gastrorenal* shunt listed in my Stedman's equipment book. Just a suggestion.
Complete thread -- lienorenal
Complete thread -- s/l gelno renal shunt
Complete thread -- interarticular vs intraarticular -- please sm for context
Complete thread -- sounds almost like "with Russian." I find Russian stimulator used with quad sets on Google
Complete thread -- Fundus photographs show the mild s/l *centering* and tortuosity consistent with
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you
Complete thread -- Thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- last one TKE (terminal knee extension) standing 30 times
Complete thread -- my guess for the last one is TKE (Terminal Knee Extension) or maybe Te ...
Complete thread -- I have never hyphenated it.
Complete thread -- Is BRAC2 hyphenated as in BRCA-2? Thanks
Complete thread -- it's mature
Complete thread -- s/l latora white cataract. Mrs. X has a *s/l latora* white cataract in her left eye.
Complete thread -- PT note - mp3, see message - 4 blanks...can you make out any?
Complete thread -- could it be 'enterical' (enteric with an 'al' added?)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- he says again but not sounds like anterical
Complete thread -- agree, if you haven't edited yet, in the sentence before, you want to change that "have"
Complete thread -- Grossly visualized in the right upper quadrant was a distended gallbladder
Complete thread -- parietal?
Complete thread -- was inserted into the abdominal cavity. ______ right upper quadrant with distended
Complete thread -- surrounding tissue structures including *anterior* or visceral organs
Complete thread -- might hear "breath sounds throughout" in there....don't think there is "at" in there s.m.
Complete thread -- This is a 24-year-old female seen at _______. The patient
Complete thread -- this just may be IT, lemme add that to my stuff
Complete thread -- I looked allll over toooo and cannot find either??????
Complete thread -- I think I found it -- puborectalis
Complete thread -- noted to have a prominent *puber-ah-talis* which was gently massaged.
Complete thread -- Dictator was way off. Got it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks. I thought I was losing my mind. I always use to type it as one word.
Complete thread -- and for your enjoyment... (see link)
Complete thread -- I looked all over and could not find any, closest was Celexa.
Complete thread -- You're welcome. I just tried "keileigh" (& pipers) on a hunch, and it got me there.
Complete thread -- I have it set up in my expander to automatically go to 2 now.
Complete thread -- yes, it's the organism.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I was so far off on the spelling and I was starting with the C's. Never
Complete thread -- I always thought nailbed was one word not two. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- States urine is growing out Klebsiella pneumonia. Shoudn't it be pneumoniae?
Complete thread -- Keighley (see link)
Complete thread -- Sent a WAV file, thanks
Complete thread -- drug sounds like Cabessa for impulse control disorder
Complete thread -- sounds like a kaylee - hard k - long A - long E. Not sure if a is part of the word,
Complete thread -- Pt tripped and fell. Seen in the ER and x-ray raised concern for patellar table fracture.
Complete thread -- Could we have the full context of sentence before and after too please
Complete thread -- fall injury - x-ray raised concern for a patellar s/l table (not hearing tibial)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This is a very long report. She finally said it again at the
Complete thread -- he could be saying Panta nail guidewire... thanks.
Complete thread -- There is a Panta guidewire?
Complete thread -- Yes, google nonradicular axial pain and it will show you various answers
Complete thread -- ankle surgery: s/l pant-on-ee-ov guidwire?
Complete thread -- s/l axial lumbar strain/sprain
Complete thread -- WAG ~ hemisection?
Complete thread -- status post stroke
Complete thread -- Curious what edition. My old 2002 GI & GU has endo-scissors.
Complete thread -- destination?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Stedman's has endoscissors.
Complete thread -- Endoscissors, endoscissors, Endo scissors or what
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- WAG ice chips?
Complete thread -- Pelvis
Complete thread -- Ortho note.
Complete thread -- Pt is using s/l nysnips for mouth soreness. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- oh, seems you got the ED in capitals part, then something "for review"
Complete thread -- is this an infant or what?
Complete thread -- bring her to ED, E D in capitals, .... for review
Complete thread -- both hips were (?look and located) as reviewed by the radiologist.
Complete thread -- If it worsens, her mother will bring her to ED or to ?????? for review
Complete thread -- "there" doesn't fit the context. Perhaps "their" or "her" or "his" may fit
Complete thread -- nausea (period stop?) (usually just hear stop or full stop)
Complete thread -- The word conjunctivae is plural, so go with the plural verb.
Complete thread -- are or is??
Complete thread -- throat may be swollen and with associated abdominal distention, belching and ???????
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks.
Complete thread -- designation?
Complete thread -- is dictator native English speaker or ESL?
Complete thread -- Lomotil?
Complete thread -- s/l Lamobile ??
Complete thread -- Could still use more help
Complete thread -- She is Iranian-Canadian by s/l deskination. I misspelled Irania ...
Complete thread -- Syrian or Iranian...
Complete thread -- The patient is Irian-Canadian by s/l deskination. (I'm not sure if de ...
Complete thread -- thank you everyone!
Complete thread -- I hear "in"
Complete thread -- Dictionaries have it as "workers' compensation." I wouldn't cap it unless more specific,
Complete thread -- yep, the trach collar is attached to the ventilator link w/picture
Complete thread -- sure it's not minocycline?
Complete thread -- consider MRE: multiresistant Enterobacteriaceae
Complete thread -- central fovea OF the right eye
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- found this, looks like your dictator short-speaking sm & link
Complete thread -- doc is spelling Breg for you
Complete thread -- As in silhouette? Me neither!
Complete thread -- NM. Think 8 should be a.
Complete thread -- never heard it pronounced like that before - "enlarged cardio shohut"
Complete thread -- ROFL - yep, that's dracula. :) Thanks for the help (and the laugh)
Complete thread -- pT3pN28M1 - not sure about the 8 in there TIA!
Complete thread -- ACL deficiency knee brace company name
Complete thread -- trach collar ventilator
Complete thread -- I just got "dinged" on that for not cap'g worker's comp, since it is a gov't program, cap.
Complete thread -- yep, also known as "SSEP"
Complete thread -- a dense evidence of.. (he's stumbling IMO)
Complete thread -- that's the dude that sounds like dracula to me
Complete thread -- and draws through the port catheter ....
Complete thread -- Mystery word. Hmm.
Complete thread -- Having trouble posting wav
Complete thread -- underwent additional blood tests [____20.16] catheter that she was using through the
Complete thread -- Anyone have suggestions?
Complete thread -- You're right, there are quite a few others. I have no idea why they're not showing up on
Complete thread -- nm has a good point. -ignore me
Complete thread -- no, not quite. I'm posting the mp3 now
Complete thread -- no definite?
Complete thread -- s/l odensic evidence (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. (Now I go flip a coin?_
Complete thread -- absolutely gets capped. It is a govt program. (Like Medicare.) Always capped.
Complete thread -- thank you. I did check on google, dont know why it did not come up 4 me
Complete thread -- OIC, but there were a couple on google from 2010.
Complete thread -- New Search, Search earlier posts. Hasn't yet made it to regular Archives.
Complete thread -- somatosensory?? It was suggested by google when I started typing in your s/l.
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- s/l "semi" sensory evoked potentials
Complete thread -- He has applied for social security disability? Does that get capped?
Complete thread -- And a google search shows it's been on this board a handful of times too. IDK
Complete thread -- That's weird. I know I've given that answer on this board.
Complete thread -- drug for MS called Gilenya TM
Complete thread -- it was tuboovarian (thank you), should be fluid filled but must be butchering it - thx
Complete thread -- has had prior CT(s)? showed enlarging fluid-filled structure?
Complete thread -- not fluid-filled?
Complete thread -- thanks...It's still not completely clear, so I'm flagging it.
Complete thread -- might mean tuboovarian at the end. not sure on the s/l, still thinking.
Complete thread -- WAG here, but EMSA, MRI - (sm) but like i said, its a guess.
Complete thread -- sm pls, s/l heelor-filled structure.
Complete thread -- We will check a BMP, s/l emzimari and magnesium levels...
Complete thread -- you got it poi! Thank you
Complete thread -- indium WBC scan is done to rule out osteomyelitis - see if it fits context
Complete thread -- I can get nothing from your wav
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't notice WAV was posted
Complete thread -- Indium bone scan
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion. Will flag.
Complete thread -- she had a bone __(s/l Indian), which was negative
Complete thread -- Thx ...
Complete thread -- History of previous MRA infection. What do you expand MRA to?
Complete thread -- Perhaps, just not sure. Ty!
Complete thread -- mediastinal adenopathy in mediastinal region???
Complete thread -- I'd go with it. It looks like its used in other countries, not US, and since you have
Complete thread -- Drug induced lupus from mepicycline two years ago. Dictator spe ...
Complete thread -- Mass with mediastinal adenopathy, mediastinal ___________, history of pneumonia,
Complete thread -- thanks to you both
Complete thread -- probably
Complete thread -- probably stage
Complete thread -- 1. Right lung non small cell lung cancer, ___________ stage IIIb.
Complete thread -- for archives: SIR-Spheres
Complete thread -- the claimant
Complete thread -- what was it?
Complete thread -- surgical? not your s/l - or some type of chemotherapy??
Complete thread -- Impression/Diagnosis: Consistent with the results of this examination.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Never mind. I got it.
Complete thread -- Please help me with my Australian mumbler
Complete thread -- but...its kinda fast/muffled and I might be wrong on that "complaints of"?
Complete thread -- I heard "Diagnosis consistent with results of this examination, complaints of lumbar...
Complete thread -- started to say discharge and changed mind and said drainage?
Complete thread -- Any thoughts, suggestions?
Complete thread -- public transportation
Complete thread -- Yes. Guess I'll keep trying.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot to both of you!
Complete thread -- sinus is a word that refers to things other than the nose
Complete thread -- Agree per BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- Type exactly as dictated. Doc is being very precise and dictated that zero for a reason.
Complete thread -- bummer
Complete thread -- The cyst measured 2.5 cm x 2.0 cm x 2.0 cm Do I type as dictated or edit to 2 cm?
Complete thread -- diagnostic testing, durable medical equipment or _____ transportation services.
Complete thread -- Sorry about that. I forgot to put my s/l in the sentence. See inside, please :)
Complete thread -- so...what's the sentence in question?
Complete thread -- claimant ___ lumbar segmental ... Disability: No ____ with this examination
Complete thread -- prob stuttering or stumbling. Sounds ok as is w/out the "ED" sm
Complete thread -- s/l dis drainage Please see inside for context.
Complete thread -- You mean restuvus? I can't get it to load either.
Complete thread -- Main board and NSP down?
Complete thread -- Definitely, nice and courteous go a long way in my book. :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep, hiszenker... all warped together. shoots has it right.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your input! : )
Complete thread -- aka OP
Complete thread -- lol, true. He's actually being nice, his grammar is just bad.
Complete thread -- I'd go with punctate, punctured doesn't make sense. Also, she is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s sound carried over from his and canceled out what should have been a Z sound
Complete thread -- Yeah, with all the nonsense we put up with from doctors (at a 16th of their salary) I
Complete thread -- thanks, but it sure sounded like ankles to me...
Complete thread -- I have one like that too, says "period" while he's pausing and thinking lol. I agree with
Complete thread -- calcified *punctured* granulomas of the left lung base...
Complete thread -- Yeah, he's a prince. lol
Complete thread -- Eek. Sounds like a real peach. This guy is nice enough. He's just... scattered.
Complete thread -- Apparently every time he was saying July "7" (meaning the month) he was getting July 7
Complete thread -- thrill
Complete thread -- He said again and it is anemia of chronic kidney disease
Complete thread -- Jeez, I don't know, but he reminds me of a doc who used to start every single report with
Complete thread -- Right side AV fistula with _______.
Complete thread -- hyperthyroidism, anemia of chronic... I don't really understand his sentence
Complete thread -- Zenker's
Complete thread -- s/l...ankles diverticulum... see sentence
Complete thread -- Okay, I think I know what he means, but could some one read this?
Complete thread -- kinda complex, but short ans is vonW has to do with blood clotting sm
Complete thread -- due to hyperthyroidism, and ______ chronic kidney disease, colon cancer,
Complete thread -- Triavil?
Complete thread -- she is allergic to s/l triavelil and sulfa drugs.
Complete thread -- yw :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- return to see us
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- as tolerated, ____ as needed,
Complete thread -- s/l maraside/naraside may be nesiritide (Natrecor) (sharing "zide" list & link
Complete thread -- subsequently divided with an ...
Complete thread -- ? more so because of her weight
Complete thread -- down the stairs which she thinks is more ____ because of her weight
Complete thread -- patient considering plastic surgery
Complete thread -- and the appendix _____ with an Endo GIA 35 with blue staples.
Complete thread -- at their worst
Complete thread -- when her symptoms were at their s/l worse/worst, she had ....
Complete thread -- Thyroid cancer. Deferred any "ed" preservation therapy because of cost.
Complete thread -- Oh! Just saw this. Thanks! I'll check out the link. : )
Complete thread -- Well, need to move on. I'll check back later to see if any further input on this.
Complete thread -- He must mean the blood supply of the flap ( arterial inflow and venous outflow)
Complete thread -- No, he's very clear. He even pauses after "undermining was done" as if
Complete thread -- ? "in forearm was taken"
Complete thread -- doc describing skin flap on nose after removal of skin cancer...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Wait, just listened again and realize I'm hearing *basosquamous* and
Complete thread -- Basal and squamous cell cancers are different, but how to type this?
Complete thread -- If the question was if there was such a thing or should it make sense, see link
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google chronic draining sinus over the right 5th and 6th ribs
Complete thread -- draining sinus over 5th and 6th ribs
Complete thread -- Perfluoron
Complete thread -- per google, check out , perfluoro-n-octane instillation
Complete thread -- s/l per for on instillation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- depending on the context...
Complete thread -- almost s/l with biopsy intraoperatively, the patient was brought..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- desquamative esophagitis
Complete thread -- WAG... "and control of bleeding?
Complete thread -- endoscopy with biopsy, _________and the patient was brought to
Complete thread -- s/l Desquamate of esophagitis
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanx. ...
Complete thread -- According to archives, yes. (the color of the retractors)
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think you have to, otherwise it doesn't make any sense.
Complete thread -- neuro patty (used to be trademarked but the trademark is dead)
Complete thread -- Ear surgery
Complete thread -- To add: SPEP and UPEP ordered for this condition!!
Complete thread -- s/l "protein gap" - can this be reliably documented?
Complete thread -- Neither one of these, do I think, is neuropathic.
Complete thread -- Is it correct to put commas around "do I think"?
Complete thread -- figured it out "In fact, hemoglobin is 15 today."
Complete thread -- His s/l factor hemoglobin is 15 today.
Complete thread -- last one might by Enterococcus avium and cecorum? (cecorum is another species of
Complete thread -- Bone culture growing s/*difitilia, enterococcus avium and s/l*cocordia*
Complete thread -- Doubt
Complete thread -- ok thanks for trying
Complete thread -- not able to come up with anything on that.
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you! Roux-en-Y bypass but any other thoughts on first one?
Complete thread -- Roux-en bypass?
Complete thread -- including Lap-Band surgery, (s/l perlap laparoscopic) bariatric sleeve gastrectomy an
Complete thread -- Maybe one of the antihypertension meds that end in -zide? Wild guess tho.
Complete thread -- okay cool, thank you for your help!:)
Complete thread -- I personally see nothing wrong with it and wouldn't change the words. :)
Complete thread -- Sentence help for ESL doc... Suggestions? Pls see msg..
Complete thread -- turds? nm
Complete thread -- drug that s/l maraside or nara side?
Complete thread -- refer back to fgjjgj's response
Complete thread -- what's ASIS?
Complete thread -- Standardized Uptake Value (SUV) - Analysis of PET studies sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- I'd put it as re-checkup.
Complete thread -- example Routine hemodynamic measurements sm
Complete thread -- Some dicators say hemodynamics data(as a capped heading)??
Complete thread -- such as word as recheckup?
Complete thread -- got it - She is trying to say Velcro - thanks for looking.
Complete thread -- under physical exam: Lungs: Fine crackles (s/l voco____rales) in bases bilaterally.
Complete thread -- I got it, axonal. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- queried. :(
Complete thread -- nerve conduction study to further support that this is AXALTAL rather than
Complete thread -- postop for left ring finger s/l A-true-zone trigger finger release (sm)
Complete thread -- color me confused, but that 'joke' flew right over me.
Complete thread -- hours makes perfectly good sense.
Complete thread -- Too funny! :)
Complete thread -- Sure that is not the rectal exam :)
Complete thread -- Hip exam - s/l TORDS, LOL! (sm)
Complete thread -- google - normal hemodynamic parameters cardiac catheterization
Complete thread -- I left a blank. It might have been central but not sure. Usually they give an LVEDP so
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file or come up with a sound-like?
Complete thread -- Just going by what is in archives, but central? estimated? estimated peak?
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything before aortic other than mean, and you have that.
Complete thread -- it's really clear, and said twice, but I'm sure dusky is what doc means
Complete thread -- Yeah, that one was mentioned a half hour ago. Better late than never,
Complete thread -- dusty can sound like dusky when recorded. I'd go with dusky.
Complete thread -- doc refers to limb being "dusty" in appearance. Would you change to dusky?
Complete thread -- ___ aortic pressure of 120/80, mean of 90. LV pressure was 120/8.
Complete thread -- subtherapeutic INR levels?
Complete thread -- thanks...I ended up doing that. Doc can't count.
Complete thread -- NM, flagging and sending in now.
Complete thread -- On dalteparin, but because of subtherapeutic *ten elevenths,* he was put on...
Complete thread -- Does anyone have a list of the normal pressures they give on hemodynamics of cardiac
Complete thread -- Treximet? headache medicine
Complete thread -- Actually, decided to leave as dictated. I googled and see many
Complete thread -- Oh, just saw this! Good suggestion. I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- He could be, but again, I'm not that familiar with it to say for certain.
Complete thread -- maybe the non=nine??
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Maybe he's mixing up the letters and saying SVU instead of SUV?
Complete thread -- I was going to suggest *SUV* as I hear that often in this context, but
Complete thread -- ESL again, same cardiology note (as posts below). "non-supraventricular" ?? Please
Complete thread -- also kinda sounds like "Its VU is lower..."
Complete thread -- I guess maybe she may not mean palpitations constantly occurring
Complete thread -- Not sure if "hours" needs flagging in this context. Seems very concerning
Complete thread -- s/l SVU...sm
Complete thread -- Looks like G6, P3. I'd flag.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- s/l pile oh velle may be Vivelle (estradiol transdermal system)
Complete thread -- "as far as she was concerned" is what i hear
Complete thread -- Thanks. Patient w/o diabetes tho. nm
Complete thread -- closest to s/l jexamet is Janumet (metformin and sitagliptin) diabetes
Complete thread -- Yes, I went with just "here"
Complete thread -- Necrotic appearing s/l "dirty" tissue was removed and sent for culture. Debridement
Complete thread -- Thanks! Sometimes I don't google my s/l when it seems so weird, but that's
Complete thread -- medication s/l JEXAMET
Complete thread -- please help with Wav
Complete thread -- by the way...
Complete thread -- dronedarone
Complete thread -- A-fib, rate controlled with *trah-nah-durone* and metoprolol. ESL
Complete thread -- Yes!! Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Oh, and she just had her C-section 3 weeks ago, so not pregnant now.
Complete thread -- tangential?
Complete thread -- ohhh, I forgot, for next time, if have Stedman Rad, (i have 4th)look under "sequence"
Complete thread -- s/l skeeta baric sequence "may be" ... T1-weighted sequences, with and without gadolinium
Complete thread -- okay thanks a bunch
Complete thread -- Ms. NAME is a very poor historian with s/l a ten sen tual nature to he ...
Complete thread -- She is a G7, P4. She had 3 miscarriages, 2 vaginal deliveries, and 1 C-section. ???
Complete thread -- I'm guessing some sort of low estrogen, but so many sound alike so
Complete thread -- to here?
Complete thread -- yes, Does hypotensive treatment mean treatment for hypotension(low BP)
Complete thread -- s/l...pile-oh-velle...sm
Complete thread -- has a history of having chronic stents and not coming back s/l "de yur"
Complete thread -- found it: An electronic suction device (Vabra aspiration). This method can be uncomfortabl
Complete thread -- s/l vabber - VABR?
Complete thread -- Oh hey, look at that. Never heard of that before. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Thanks both. He's awful with meds. I can often document in other reports I have done on
Complete thread -- ?break in the table
Complete thread -- Total hip arthroplasty, see message
Complete thread -- ok thx :) ...
Complete thread -- I would probably type as 0.5 mg, but only you can decide if this
Complete thread -- That's the only dosage I can find, agree
Complete thread -- Avodart "5" mg daily. I guess I will flag but he must mean 0.5
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- handled same way
Complete thread -- Context inside.
Complete thread -- very vague s/l - skeeta baric sequence?
Complete thread -- need some context
Complete thread -- I know 3 mL was injected, but what about "10 cm was/were cut off the femur"?
Complete thread -- tough call being verbatim. I think I'd change to phonophobia though.
Complete thread -- Your moniker of thee moment or the day? I've never seen that name before...
Complete thread -- concussions
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- drive?
Complete thread -- He has lost the intellectual *rise* and thinks he's better suited for a janitor's job
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- by planimetry
Complete thread -- acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- on echocardiogram.... s/l bi-plun-emetry was 0.9 cm2 (sm)
Complete thread -- commensurals
Complete thread -- Help with a word. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, that was it.
Complete thread -- N-Acetyl Cysteine maybe
Complete thread -- Word help - medication s/l n- stal-is-istine
Complete thread -- no problem
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, MT50
Complete thread -- Wang
Complete thread -- Endobronchial s/l 'rang' needle aspirations (definitely not 'fine-needle')
Complete thread -- you have to relocate your previous custom dictionary
Complete thread -- Thanks to you all! Really appreciate your help. I think I've got it now.
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your responses. Yes, I'll check back with him. Good idea!
Complete thread -- 1 prescription for therapy, 2. particularly with this relatively 3. small?(hear a "t"
Complete thread -- a small scaphoid
Complete thread -- I'd go back to tech support (problem started after reinstall, yep)
Complete thread -- Can you check w/ that technician again? I know when we had some updates done s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l papinoscolo looks like Papanicolaou. Aspirate okay
Complete thread -- can't quite hear it, but maybe "physical therapy" for the 1st??
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- Searched here and found Puestow.
Complete thread -- Pancreatitis. The pt will need a pancreatectomy or a "Pusto" operation.
Complete thread -- Got it
Complete thread -- s/l Intercall guidelines
Complete thread -- General surgeon is aspirating thyroid nodules. He says, "aspirate ...
Complete thread -- dislocations
Complete thread -- I took a "scouting" bite of rectus fascia and tied these down to close
Complete thread -- NM... plaque-type
Complete thread -- Patient on Accutane has thin s/l plaque-tate scarring (sm)
Complete thread -- Not a word question but wondering if anyone here has had to replace
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Alrex
Complete thread -- med s/l alorex drops
Complete thread -- loculations (as in bony loculations?)
Complete thread -- am I missing something? Clearly says "locations."
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- That makes much more sense
Complete thread -- Certainly, a range has ?
Complete thread -- certainly age ???
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! This is a new & difficult dictator for me.
Complete thread -- acute kidney injury _________ to be determined;
Complete thread -- asterixis
Complete thread -- Neurological exam shows no *extarixes*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- phenytoin?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Well, I feel silly. Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- inner ridge? I usually hear "rim" but may be the same thing.
Complete thread -- inner edge?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- status post medial meniscectomy
Complete thread -- The colonoscope was passed with ease through the anus and
Complete thread -- tap water enema
Complete thread -- The colonoscope was passed ___through the anus
Complete thread -- s/l tappoid enema
Complete thread -- s/l fun-is-men 100 mg b.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- can't get the blank, but do agree with hypochromia
Complete thread -- slight toxic granulation and also slight hypochromia
Complete thread -- Sounds like hypochromia not hypokalemia
Complete thread -- There was slight _________also slight hypokalemia.
Complete thread -- retroflex view (not retroflexion).
Complete thread -- 1. today is improving considerably, showing about 50% that of
Complete thread -- 2. difficulty and restriction because of...
Complete thread -- Ortho note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lmao!
Complete thread -- like there's another way, lol
Complete thread -- pediatric Olympus colonoscope
Complete thread -- introduced into the rectum via the anus
Complete thread -- differ depending?
Complete thread -- could be saying the colonoscope was slowly withdrawn as the mucosa
Complete thread -- A pediatric ____ colonoscope (all I could get)
Complete thread -- The colonoscope was withdrawn as the mucosa was carefully
Complete thread -- intraoperative complications?
Complete thread -- The quality of the preparation was very good
Complete thread -- There were no _____.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Prognosis will *da fay* pending on the patient's followup
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- anesthesia reactions (including but not limited to is what I hear)
Complete thread -- bleeding, perforation ____ and missed lesions.
Complete thread -- s/l tubacute dressing to pinna. TIA!
Complete thread -- verrucous? violaceous?
Complete thread -- volume too low for me to hear, even at max volume on my system
Complete thread -- it has become darker and more "verocous" or "of rucous" in color and nature over time
Complete thread -- Thanks. He did say to put it in parenthesis.
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: "Normal ____(s/l limit) development."
Complete thread -- thank you, Ouch
Complete thread -- Hey, take a deep breath and relax. I was responding to your "Ouch," which I feel is
Complete thread -- You're assuming way too much. Ouch is my moniker. You don't get to pick
Complete thread -- Hey, you started with the snotty attitude so I just blew more snot your way.
Complete thread -- The wav doesn't match, but if you hear "real borders", that's probably correct.
Complete thread -- No, it is not an insult to be an ESL MT, but to write "Ouch" in response to other people's
Complete thread -- That is kind of you (really), but I don't know why you accuse ME of not knowing what
Complete thread -- Yeah, so? I gave her what help I could after she posted it.
Complete thread -- Why would you think it is an insult to be an ESL MT? Do you always look down
Complete thread -- There are no telangiectasias and no _____(“real borders”. )
Complete thread -- I am not the op, but it looks like she did give context below.
Complete thread -- My guess is, though it is still hard to tell 100%, hypertensive treatment.
Complete thread -- If you don't know, then I'm not going to be the one to tell you, lol.
Complete thread -- Oh really? Just how exactly can it go either way? Just say you don't know.
Complete thread -- Does it make you feel good to put others down?
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if he's saying hypo or hyper here--that's why I asked.
Complete thread -- Well, THAT didn't post in the right place, lol. Supposed to go with the post
Complete thread -- I've had several ask me to go look up old reports and make corrections to them.
Complete thread -- Guess it would depend on the context, none of which you gave.
Complete thread -- Sounds more like the MT is an ESL, to me. Hope you gave him several blanks!
Complete thread -- Does hypotensive treatment mean treatment for hypotension or for hypertension?
Complete thread -- ESL doc had to give him a blank.
Complete thread -- neither sentence makes sense to me. Maybe providing additional context
Complete thread -- He went to trip to island. He was able to functionon all different s/l excursion?
Complete thread -- fortunately, there are differing grades of mineral oil
Complete thread -- could 3N3 be: "3 out of 3"
Complete thread -- thank you! You are amazing.
Complete thread -- This particular account is overflow and they do have their own MTs at the hospital. I
Complete thread -- Lyme titer was negative is what i hear.
Complete thread -- most really think we are in their building just-a typing away!
Complete thread -- Just part of the magic that makes one an MT!
Complete thread -- I think I may have gotten it! Negligent!
Complete thread -- He wants me to notify the patient's primary care doctor of this admission.
Complete thread -- Also WAV file uploaded - blood test s/l lanchaster (sm)
Complete thread -- Maybe lenient?
Complete thread -- That's probably what he means but he's putting a "p" in it, so I'll blank it.
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded - patient has had weight loss. (sm)
Complete thread -- Huh? it is the last part of name Adriaan van den Spiegel, didn't understand/read?
Complete thread -- there is a Sectral?
Complete thread -- Med sounds like Spectral.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I never knew it was mineral oil! Who knew!
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- No, it would not be capped.
Complete thread -- link for cancer terms
Complete thread -- She is pretty clear about 3N3. Perhaps three N3?
Complete thread -- Is parrafin capped as a drug for constipation???
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying! I am new and she is a new doctor to me. (sm)
Complete thread -- listen for T3 N3
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'm flagging :-) ...
Complete thread -- Googling, I find NS (meaning not significant)
Complete thread -- I can't find stage IIIC but no stage IIIC t unless that is going into the TNM category.
Complete thread -- Thyroid sonogram help...
Complete thread -- Classification for breast cancer not sure how to type 3N3 triple negative (sm)
Complete thread -- MPI = milk protein intolerance
Complete thread -- GI
Complete thread -- too funny!
Complete thread -- yep, that's it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- agree x2
Complete thread -- thanks to both - sounds like Demeester!
Complete thread -- caudal? mid L4?
Complete thread -- DeMeester score?
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! ...
Complete thread -- finding per google: Boix–Ochoa score
Complete thread -- does column migration make sense? (I think I'm hearing column) sm
Complete thread -- s/l "NUSHIA SCORE"
Complete thread -- That's how I reasoned it too but it was weird because the first time it sounded like path
Complete thread -- I found it under Archives. I didnt know we had an Archives board. Sorry!
Complete thread -- I'm sorry y'all. Is it CAM walker or Cam? Find both on Google
Complete thread -- It is me who is questioning the spelling? Good grief, we all should be questioning it
Complete thread -- so...I'd go with it, without the period in there.
Complete thread -- another link down on the page had:
Complete thread -- I googled your Chromosomal microarray gain 9q.32 (with no " or anything) and came up with:
Complete thread -- I really doubt eVoice (like eFax) - this is more of an answering service. If there
Complete thread -- LIST OF INVESTIGATIONS PREVIOUS AND CURRENT: 1. Chromosomal microa ...
Complete thread -- I'd be apt to say path (then the pin would be drilled into that path?)
Complete thread -- transbronchial biopsy or transbronchial wash (usually hear washings and brushings)
Complete thread -- LOL. good one!!! (and oh-so-fitting in some cases)
Complete thread -- Haha!! Thanks for sharing! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- cross-section
Complete thread -- here's a speech recognition funny (if you need one today)
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- They usually change the last part of the name, not the first, which is odd
Complete thread -- Word help - malignancy or s/l s-trans-speciali??
Complete thread -- Oh, lol, the appropriate Schanz pin was PLACED. I don't know where "pilled" came from.
Complete thread -- Is he saying "pass" or "path"? Two places so far.
Complete thread -- can you hear Primovist or EOB Primovist
Complete thread -- I thought so too, but wasnt sure. Thank you!
Complete thread -- predilection ?
Complete thread -- oops, hit "enter" too soon, before IDing the post.
Complete thread -- Nope, did not say "frequent spelling errors in the Bible of our field
Complete thread -- whether she does get recurrent diverticulitis or whether her ??????? is occurring on
Complete thread -- began having abnormal blood work suggestive of s/l "predolitian" towards diabetes.
Complete thread -- could send blank be: ...was performed. The tip was passed through the rectum
Complete thread -- the Olympus ...
Complete thread -- endoscopic procedure ....
Complete thread -- . Using the _____ video colonoscope, colonoscopy was performed ____ rectum and under
Complete thread -- _____ Colonoscopy limited due to poor
Complete thread -- helpful for reflux disease. I will also ??????? celiac serology.
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- vag pack
Complete thread -- oh boy
Complete thread -- external oblique ramus of the mandible?
Complete thread -- Is the term eVoice correct in this note?
Complete thread -- trademark link above
Complete thread -- I personally will continue to type "spigelian" because that's how I learned it & Dorland's
Complete thread -- thickness mucoperiosteal flap was elevated in the right _____ of the mandible.
Complete thread -- I think the question must be over your head.
Complete thread -- where 2 inch moist ______ packing was placed in the posterior
Complete thread -- lol thanks
Complete thread -- I just see one hit mentioning it being a trademark!
Complete thread -- frequently,there are spelling errors on those who developed this or that, thus
Complete thread -- vaginal packing - just regular old packing that is probably used in any surgery. but, I'd
Complete thread -- if it were me (and restaging is 1 word)
Complete thread -- I am seeing MeV electron beam
Complete thread -- i think your axilla is maxilla or something to do with the maxilla ... oblique lamina ?
Complete thread -- treated in 200 cGy daily fractions using 9 ?MEV electrons
Complete thread -- s/l " to shoot about the mucobuccal fold. ???(but I dont hear beneath)
Complete thread -- elevated in the right *axilla oblique laminus* of the mandible
Complete thread -- him and his wife is correct
Complete thread -- Permcath® is a registered trademark
Complete thread -- I'm thinking word clipped, may be s/l guru is "angle" of the left etc
Complete thread -- Should it be PermaCath / PermCath or Perm-A-Cath?
Complete thread -- Thanks, fgjjgj!
Complete thread -- punctuation help, please see msg
Complete thread -- lidocaine with epinephrine ____ beneath the mucobuccal fold.
Complete thread -- s/l vaj packing was placed in the posterior pharynx. The patient received
Complete thread -- Thats it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- tenuous situation
Complete thread -- There is a distinct possibility that the already ____situation at home would deterior
Complete thread -- Your Velcro is Bovie electrocautery or Bovie cautery.
Complete thread -- Nore sure of 'Velcro.' WAV posted (last one). Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I had just decided on 'confident' myself.
Complete thread -- with he and his wife, they are confident they do not wish future children.
Complete thread -- Only cap Lichen IF it is at the beginning of the sentence. None of this is capitalized
Complete thread -- Help with capitalization of lichen simplex chronicus
Complete thread -- One more blank. Cannot hear this new doc very well and not my specialty. Thanks. WAV
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. Thanks.
Complete thread -- he's changing his mind to history of desired sterility has 4 children at home.
Complete thread -- it would bleed a little and then would
Complete thread -- Sorry. Wav posted
Complete thread -- 'duh-rah-d' sterility. Not sure of exact sound-a-like. W
Complete thread -- Sent a wav file. My sound alikes are never really very good.
Complete thread -- BTW, I think the OP has asked a very good question. I myself was not aware of this and
Complete thread -- sounds like delittle
Complete thread -- atorvastatin?
Complete thread -- The question was why is it spigelian and not spiegelian as named for
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's what I thought I heard too.
Complete thread -- see message for information
Complete thread -- mesalazine 500 mg bd, Caduet, Diabex, Ezetrol, Somac, ?????????, Symbicort and Vento
Complete thread -- Troponin is 6.342 ???
Complete thread -- basal cell carcinoma treated with 9 MeV electrons with the Dot Decimal system
Complete thread -- His troponin is _____.342, total CK is 24.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- mural thrombi
Complete thread -- sounds like Synthroid then changed to L-thyroxine?
Complete thread -- s/l neuro thrombi
Complete thread -- drug that sounds like *synthroxine
Complete thread -- Ash Split catheter placement. S/l 10 cm below the *genu* of the left clavicle.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- less intense
Complete thread -- I find references for "spiegelian hernia" when I google in quotes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- significantly threatened if care was provided in a ______ setting.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I googled BNP here is how lab is expressed link
Complete thread -- I agree with "NM" it is like Parkinson (parkinsonian) sm
Complete thread -- Laura D Andler. Murrysville, Pennsylvania Registered Nurse.
Complete thread -- is it Laura in Ambler, PA? (there is an Ambler, PA)
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match.
Complete thread -- not sure, but mg/dL is not what I hear. I hear picogram per milliliters.
Complete thread -- I suppose its like - you're born in Italy, you're Italian.
Complete thread -- His BNP was found to be ________ 723 mg/dL.
Complete thread -- 134. His troponin is _____.342, total CK is 24. His x-ray shows bilateral
Complete thread -- Nurse case reviewer in Pennsylvania Laura s/l Ambler (or Andler). Any ideas?
Complete thread -- The patient will have blood culture and __________.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- lying in bed with O2
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: The patient lying in bed with ______ mild respiratory distress
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought too.
Complete thread -- If this audio was sped up a bit it might be clearer.
Complete thread -- The patient is a resident at ______ Nursing Home.
Complete thread -- iodine
Complete thread -- Bactroban, heparin, _____ and tetracycline medication.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, nontender. Colostomy noted __________ stool.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- the dictator muffles himself a lot
Complete thread -- e patient also _______ to have elevated BUN - is it my system or is this audio poor?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- lung cancer, hernia, hypertension, lymphoma
Complete thread -- The patient also had __________ fever as well.
Complete thread -- and he had _______ lymphoma, chemotherapy,
Complete thread -- Just curious here, but why is it "spigelian" hernia when the guy's name was
Complete thread -- btw, part of the reason I was asking was because of the recent story of a guy who took
Complete thread -- Orthopedic & Podiatric Drill Bits Millennium Surgical sm
Complete thread -- I was curious about "hand" but searched around, I think dictator short speaking sm
Complete thread -- desiccation?
Complete thread -- agree with panhypopituitarism
Complete thread -- I found some things relating ascites to diarrhea but not constipation. I was hoping he'd
Complete thread -- I'd flag too, since ascites is nowhere near close to constipation.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. I flagged it.
Complete thread -- Can't hear ring.
Complete thread -- You mean like "small amount of ascites, THAT IS (I mean) constipation"? No, he doesn't
Complete thread -- wonder if he is correcting ascites to be constipation?
Complete thread -- I'll listen. Thanks.
Complete thread -- LOL, I questioned it too, but he says it clearly. I think he means it represents that.
Complete thread -- rim or ring? and I too question ascites that is constipation"
Complete thread -- ring?
Complete thread -- questioning "ascites that is constipation"?
Complete thread -- IS IT! Lol
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! That
Complete thread -- 2 mm thick s/l "rim/ream" of kyphoplasty cement
Complete thread -- Jock itch, also called tinea cruris..
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry, not a clue.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think it might be "HA" for hallux abductus. I kept finding HV too. :)
Complete thread -- HV angle?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was favoring in.
Complete thread -- Excellent reduction of both s/l "H and IM angle" was achieved. I know IM is
Complete thread -- in - don't think the metatarsal head could be "released"
Complete thread -- Periosteal and capsular attachments dorsally and medially s/l in/and the first
Complete thread -- question"hand." panhypopituitarism?
Complete thread -- punctuation looks good to me.
Complete thread -- Do sentences make sense? Not sure of punctuation.
Complete thread -- my suggestion is per dictionary.com
Complete thread -- plural - were
Complete thread -- According to BOS2, genitalia is always plural.
Complete thread -- Urology report
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear it now...thank you.
Complete thread -- von Willebrand disease
Complete thread -- any idea what it could be?
Complete thread -- s/l Bonrulaven's disease??
Complete thread -- I hear Topamax.
Complete thread -- doubt hemoglobin. just doesn't fit IMO.
Complete thread -- must be hemoglobin.
Complete thread -- Usual interstitial pneumonia, possible idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Complete thread -- used to treat migraine headaches
Complete thread -- could be Topamax
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Unfortunately, I sent with blank. It must have been that or something
Complete thread -- LOL. Why would anyone would be surprised that a 77-year-old woman is *not* pregnant?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l enchilling is "encircling"?
Complete thread -- I'm going to leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I think he's actually saying "and showing." Not sure it makes a lot of sense though.
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- do you hear the first medication as Xoponex? Need a second ear, please
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Bio-A plug was then placed s/l "enchilling" the large defect here
Complete thread -- beefy tissue
Complete thread -- wav doesn't seem to match
Complete thread -- Ortho note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- I appreciate your time and help
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- I would. (sorry this is late, but i'm working today too ;)
Complete thread -- DDAVP?
Complete thread -- I found ABP as arterial blood pressure, so what would DD be?
Complete thread -- what would a DD ABP or ADP mean in spine surgery?
Complete thread -- thank you, lb. Does that mean I can leave without flagging if it is clear enough?
Complete thread -- dissection as in "cut" perhaps - when she had the cage implanted. not necessarily an
Complete thread -- cant find "dissection at L3-4 level", so I am not sure if I am hearing the word disse
Complete thread -- I saved it because it is only due on Monday
Complete thread -- listen for "is" suprisingly
Complete thread -- mealtime?
Complete thread -- cutting off and on throughout the word - diabetes.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "however, it is/was thready on the right." You've probably long
Complete thread -- I would expand SFA
Complete thread -- To me, the location is part of the entity.
Complete thread -- BOS2 page 5
Complete thread -- Reposting on expanding abbreviations in diagnoses question. See message.
Complete thread -- maybe another MD ordered and he "knew" there was no point
Complete thread -- Oasis, was not sure, but checked out and you are "correct" hoo ray for you
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! ...
Complete thread -- New one on me: A 77-year-old female patient, "HCG unsurprisingly negative."
Complete thread -- anxiolytic?
Complete thread -- We will schedule the patient for a right-sided C3-6 medial branch bloc ...
Complete thread -- Got it
Complete thread -- his impression was *surfa salgia* cervical mild fasciitis
Complete thread -- Thank you soooo much ! ...
Complete thread -- craniotomy at age 7 for subdural . . . ???
Complete thread -- Ah, apparently not capped according to someone on another forum.
Complete thread -- Does this sound right: Past Surgical History: Significant for craniot ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- should be: Hypertriglyceridemia
Complete thread -- Would insert "At" L5-S1, there is significant neural foraminal narrowing
Complete thread -- Broad-based disc herniation (That's what it should be)
Complete thread -- Is this correct? "high triglyceridemia" dictated in Past Medical History: This is
Complete thread -- is "broad-band" disc herniation correct. Cant find it many times on google, though..
Complete thread -- He has a positive tibialis pulse bilaterally, however __(0:36)on the right.
Complete thread -- Shoot, nope. Still sounds like "lemonin / leminin"
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it might be Millenium. Will be back to confirm once in that section again.
Complete thread -- Podiatry again. A s/l "lemenin / liminin" 2.2 drill
Complete thread -- Exactly, thanks. Should have said I'd tried Google.
Complete thread -- I'm unable to determine from Google; some cites are upper case, some are not.
Complete thread -- Bell rasp or bell rasp? Bunionectomy/hammertoe/foot surgery.
Complete thread -- Thanks, darlene! :-)
Complete thread -- That makes much more sense - thanks! ...
Complete thread -- or, dihydroeprandrostone = (DHEAS). sm
Complete thread -- a guess DHEA
Complete thread -- since you have 3 reports, let me share some phrases (list)may need in future
Complete thread -- Ob/Gyn Blood work
Complete thread -- That was a big thank you to ALL that helped.
Complete thread -- oooOOOooo! Good Work, both of you, nm & darlene!!! so FINE, SO fine!!!
Complete thread -- Yes Thank you!! I have 3 op notes all on the same patient and I could not get this. Thank
Complete thread -- yes, concur
Complete thread -- maybe "forest" is "for his" surrounding rib injury nm
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- rule these in/out
Complete thread -- Taussig-Bing anomaly?
Complete thread -- A 3 week old baby boy with s/l talcic being anomoly and severe hypoplastic aortic
Complete thread -- I like this answer too.
Complete thread -- ? for his surrounding
Complete thread -- he actually stumbled at first and then he spoke slowly and said ...
Complete thread -- how about..."for a surrounding" the fores sound you hear?
Complete thread -- maybe "post" although that doesn't sound like "forest"
Complete thread -- Will do, Mgt. I've added a link for this thread to my note.
Complete thread -- thanks! (Please post if you learn. :-)
Complete thread -- Kept a note about it to self to follow up and see if hospital answers the query.
Complete thread -- That was my assumption, Mgt. I flagged it, but dangit, this one's bugging me!
Complete thread -- hmm,...do you suppose he is using "forest" to convey something like "thicket"? (Wag)
Complete thread -- hmm,...I'm very curious to know. I doubt "forest." Does Prolene mesh come in different
Complete thread -- Listening over and over, sure sounds like "forest". He speaks clearly, but...
Complete thread -- S/L "forest". Forest? Seriously? "Prolene mesh forest..." ??? s/m
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- my commiserations. Yes, rad/onc (even plain onc) can = pissaroo: new drug names, terms...
Complete thread -- It's okay. I appreciate your help in looking! He'll eventually say it again so maybe he
Complete thread -- Thank you. I withdraw my suggestion. What I find searching further is NOT supportive of
Complete thread -- No offense taken. Well, what I saw persuaded me. I'll come back.
Complete thread -- Yes, BOS-3 has changed it. Realized they were wrong with that too.
Complete thread -- No offense, but I think you need some lessons on googling. Just because you find Tremac
Complete thread -- I might add, they should be shot, ya never know what they will come up with
Complete thread -- link (there is also 3.5 but prob adult?)
Complete thread -- sorry re sp & message unclear. Google search words: CT images radiation-planning Tremac co
Complete thread -- There is a Winn wire/guidewire (a guess since can't hear it) sm
Complete thread -- "glide" is alway cap "G" Glide; Terumo trademark
Complete thread -- Lol, you must have a different Google than I do.
Complete thread -- oops, sorry. I misspelled: should be Tremac. Sorry I failed to notice my error.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear that now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- subintimal?
Complete thread -- We did end up in a *seven timmo* plane in the posterior tibial artery.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much, shoots!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I'll check that out. Must have overlooked or maybe "s" at end threw me.
Complete thread -- There is a Williams catheter (wire)
Complete thread -- Probably referring to a Judkins size 3. J3 should be okay.
Complete thread -- s/l *william* wire in this op note for angiogram and recanalization of artery...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion but I don't really find much documentation for that.
Complete thread -- A *three jay* wire was advanced through the access needle....
Complete thread -- fr Google: Showing results for CT images radiation-planning Tremec computer
Complete thread -- CT images were transferred to our s/l treemac computer. I think he usually just says
Complete thread -- Well, I need to send this in now, so will go with...
Complete thread -- I've googled this but seeing it a few different ways...where do I place commas?
Complete thread -- Yeah, probably just mispronoucing. Thanks!
Complete thread -- only if he hath a lithp. He may just be saying it odd.
Complete thread -- For hernia repair: ...risks including infection, *theroma,* hematoma...
Complete thread -- awesome! thank you so much!
Complete thread -- diluent (I googled vaccination lot G007870, then clicked another link on
Complete thread -- Vaccination: Sterile *bilulent*, Lot G007870.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- let me relisten.. thanks
Complete thread -- tumor necrosis factor inhibitors?
Complete thread -- That certainly sounds more logical than what I thought. I thought she was saying "cross,"
Complete thread -- s/l tomb-uh-nuh-co-sis.. see sentence
Complete thread -- Thank you! I can hear it now.
Complete thread -- hospital course was complicated
Complete thread -- Dieulafoy's lesion. Yes; there was an appearance of Dieulafoy(with fresh blood) etc
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe you're right.
Complete thread -- Nezhat maybe?
Complete thread -- Groan.....I believe this is Nezhat!
Complete thread -- He refused to answer
Complete thread -- Anyone ever hear of something that sounds like mezshot suction device?
Complete thread -- Thank you both for suggestions. I've relistened and I guess he's just
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Gibbon indwelling ureteral stent?
Complete thread -- can you hear double J?
Complete thread -- It makes sense.
Complete thread -- We decided to place a 6-French *gabulent* ureteral stent. Any suggestions?
Complete thread -- Does "fluid was turned off" make sense in following context? Just can't
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The words accompanying SFA would be the disease portion of the diagnosis.
Complete thread -- Not the way I understand it. I don't have latest BOS, but the one
Complete thread -- Expanding abbreviations in diagnoses. See message.
Complete thread -- Psych note, mp3 posted.
Complete thread -- transvenous
Complete thread -- s/l transverse pacemaker TIA!
Complete thread -- Does this wording make sense?
Complete thread -- Testopel pellets (but check to be sure, I found by googling but
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- Growth?
Complete thread -- That's the way BOS-2 shows it, but BOS-3 may have changed it.
Complete thread -- no apostrophe needed for "daughters"
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- never mind.
Complete thread -- okay, it s/l cellulitic with conkle components and ulcers. Anyone?
Complete thread -- there was actually a s/l gross that got stuck to her leg
Complete thread -- cellulitic and revascularization
Complete thread -- cellulitic "lid conkle" component and ulcers
Complete thread -- It's there now
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This is the same one as below posted as a wav file.
Complete thread -- no JVD or carotid bruit. and the left extremity was in a brace
Complete thread -- sound doesn't match text
Complete thread -- mps
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- Oops, maybe no hyphen needed!
Complete thread -- Ah, she said it again, this time SSG and finding split-skin graft in that context.
Complete thread -- *SST* deformity is preop and postop DX. Procedure is glanuloplasty.
Complete thread -- That might have been it. I did think of that but wasn't really hearing. Thanks. I sent
Complete thread -- oscillated? (went back and forth, to and fro)
Complete thread -- His hospital course s/l issofolated.
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- This is always a challenge for me. I was thinking of reclining
Complete thread -- sorry , got it, "moved to Australia" thankyou!
Complete thread -- She has a sit-stand desk (would you type it like this?) thanks
Complete thread -- not New Zealand, I meant Fiji, but that is not the point... Sorry
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- he lives with his wife and one of his daugther's and ???? from New Zealand 22 years a
Complete thread -- lay
Complete thread -- laid or layed?
Complete thread -- ahhhhh, I never even thought of that! You are probably right! Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- correcting 2 hours to 1-1/2 hours?
Complete thread -- still had a daytime void pattern between 30 minutes to two hours with an average (?vo
Complete thread -- reciprocating?
Complete thread -- just an FYI: normal saline is 0.9, and half normal saline is 0.45
Complete thread -- Great guess!! That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- complex syntactic commands -- just a guess.
Complete thread -- It would but doesn't sound quite like that.
Complete thread -- complex and s/l "tactic" commands
Complete thread -- BoS says to drop the hyphen
Complete thread -- Thank you..
Complete thread -- choanae
Complete thread -- choana
Complete thread -- thanks... going with half-normal saline :)
Complete thread -- half normal
Complete thread -- please need to send, anyone else have any thoughts?
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- s/l "qu-oi-na" or "coi-na"? ENT exam. Thank you for your assistance.
Complete thread -- how do you type D5 half normal saline? sm
Complete thread -- there is some other words in there I cannot quite get... After review
Complete thread -- note to review?
Complete thread -- Failure to Attend protocol was undertaken and ????? two weeks later.
Complete thread -- Oh!!!!!! Aberrant!!! Thank you sooooooo much!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- but make sure it's not with/and aberrant conduction
Complete thread -- no aberrant?
Complete thread -- irregular rhythm consistent with atrial fibrillation (s/l no apparent) conduction
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending in now.
Complete thread -- Yes, I think that's it. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for trying. I think it's a proper name.
Complete thread -- through would make sense
Complete thread -- Dissection was carried *free* orbicularis plane and
Complete thread -- reciprocal?
Complete thread -- capital?
Complete thread -- the *capa-lur* fragment was distracted and transposed proximally...
Complete thread -- Starbird - it was Dr. Starbird. She says it later. Thanks
Complete thread -- Here is some info that might determine what type of guy he sees
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50 - no luck with your comprehensive list. May need to flag.
Complete thread -- These are the standard tests, see if it sounds like any?
Complete thread -- Shoot me! This is in the Bangor-Brewer Maine area. Sometimes Presque Isle.
Complete thread -- This is a psych report. A doctors name sounds like Sterberg?
Complete thread -- Once this area was transected, a *wris-tro bray-cane* rasp was used to smooth...
Complete thread -- k thanks
Complete thread -- Shoulder test: Hawkins, Neer’s, impingement, cross arm adduction, (SM)
Complete thread -- 70 mL (per hour) a total of 2 liters
Complete thread -- s/l IV fluids of NS at 70 cc for 2 liters
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- found BV-1 in the Ethicon product catalog.
Complete thread -- Plaque at the orifice of the profunda was sutured with 7-0 Prolene on a *DV 1*needle
Complete thread -- had to send, flagged, thanks
Complete thread -- ??????? possibly HIDA scan
Complete thread -- it would help to know what he is investigating, yes?
Complete thread -- what is the "first instance"? diagnosis? what is he looking for? (can't quite get it from
Complete thread -- In the first instance I am arranging full staging investigations including CT scan, P
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- I bet this one is Brilinta too.
Complete thread -- Brilinta
Complete thread -- Brilinta
Complete thread -- The patient has coronary artery disease and is on...s/l Prolenta
Complete thread -- oops left off the letter "A" pharmatologic(imagin/scan/testing)
Complete thread -- I did not know that word, thanks. I had viability and bio, etc.
Complete thread -- to the bioavailability?
Complete thread -- bioavailability
Complete thread -- s/l traumatologic = pharmtologic myocardial perfusion (said a lot) sm
Complete thread -- Yep! TY so much! :)
Complete thread -- By the way, he is baking the marijuana in brownies.
Complete thread -- wav file, I had a word in there but it seemed too short.
Complete thread -- sounds like theophylline to me . . . maybe???
Complete thread -- drug s/l de-off-a-lin (sm for comorbidities)
Complete thread -- I see! ; )
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought I heard, but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- cranial nerve II and III (part of neuro exam) have to do with the eye link
Complete thread -- depressed mood psychosis or borderline personality
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ideally it is superscripted according to my drug reference. However,
Complete thread -- homonymous hemianopsia
Complete thread -- 40 mg/m2 platinum weekly or 40 mg/m(2)
Complete thread -- I don't believe that is detected on cranial exam
Complete thread -- I ended up sending on to QA THANKS
Complete thread -- preventive Lovenox?
Complete thread -- beep beep!
Complete thread -- ? Pradaxa ?Proventil ?Ranexa
Complete thread -- listen for NONspecific T wave inversion
Complete thread -- Treated for non-ST MI put on s/l "Preventa" and Lovenox
Complete thread -- THANK you very much
Complete thread -- conundrum
Complete thread -- S/L cu-nin-drum... see sentence
Complete thread -- modest hemianopsia? nm
Complete thread -- ? could "and DEVIK" be antibody?
Complete thread -- Could he/she be saying something about the sinus ostia?
Complete thread -- s/l monosemiostia TIA!
Complete thread -- OMG! He is saying Roadrunner (so sorry all, thanks for looking)!!!!!
Complete thread -- ? Terumo
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Probably should have mentioned that this is an Asian dictator, but quite clear with a very
Complete thread -- how about "he was seen by Shruti Ariza" (GI doc, NY)
Complete thread -- Cannot document name of guidewire, please see message. THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- pls see msg
Complete thread -- HE may need (not who)
Complete thread -- diverticulitis and intraabdominal abscess
Complete thread -- complicated diverticulitis by *tripped* abdominal abscess which was
Complete thread -- Not so wild a guess; I believe this is the correct solution. Good Work, wg!
Complete thread -- You did! (thanks!:-) Whose IS, fcol (SM.) No, U don't want spell check here on WB...
Complete thread -- Xeloda? kind of late, but maybe for next time
Complete thread -- yeah, i mentioned that i had probably spelled it wrong, lol. My memory
Complete thread -- (sry! :-) "thunk!" BTW, sp n-acetylcysteine unless I have slipped a cog... :-)
Complete thread -- WOW! Going there to learn! Who would ever have "
Complete thread -- Thank you all. Ithink that NAC lozenge sounds better, but I think I will flag just in c
Complete thread -- Okay, here's more info. NAC (n-acetylcestine) is used in impulsive disorders
Complete thread -- (agree.:-)
Complete thread -- VERY wag: what about MAC Lozenges ??? Probably a stupid suggestion on my part...
Complete thread -- I think he is trying to say lozenge, lol. But that's all I got.
Complete thread -- PS He is an autism specialist, so maybe connected....
Complete thread -- here is what I got
Complete thread -- I feel your NAC is what your doc said; I'm less sure re s/l you rendered "Lodgin." SM
Complete thread -- not sure, will flag
Complete thread -- She tried the ______, however she reported that she.... (psychiatry report)
Complete thread -- Very Wag: Solara? (institution rather than a drug name???)
Complete thread -- She underwent treatment with s/l Celora. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Oh ryte ! i mean right .totally agree with you.thanks really..i promise I will change :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks, dammch! I believe you ARE "right." (UR sp "ryte" perplexes W hemisphere.)
Complete thread -- word to the wise...write nm's response to your hard drive b/c it is correct! :-)
Complete thread -- I picked cuirass bcause of biphasic cuirass ventilation - hoping to be ryte
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting the solution you chose! :-)
Complete thread -- Opps. a final "e." cuirass vs cuirasse. Refinement?? believe direction=correct.
Complete thread -- alryte am going with cuirass - thank you
Complete thread -- There's a Vest therapy system but I don't know what "curet" could
Complete thread -- hmmm,...I'm finding it spelled w/ and w/o a final
Complete thread -- (no cerebral knowledge, just a spinal cord knee-jerk reflex: cuirasse vest?=what you need?
Complete thread -- s/l*curet vest*
Complete thread -- hmmm, bb, I'm less sure. Consider...oops, maybe this is what you intended, 5 feet 5-3/4
Complete thread -- 5-3/4 inches is correct.
Complete thread -- (Oops, sorry, I misunderstood that the above post was from OP rather than 2nd helper.)
Complete thread -- (I like this one of the 2)
Complete thread -- (not even the teeniest idea what s/l might represent. Can you give us a longer fragment of
Complete thread -- I like this idea. Maybe pt is not a candidate for treadmill exercise.
Complete thread -- On repeated hearing it was pharmacologic!
Complete thread -- you were right, thanks again!
Complete thread -- Tomographic
Complete thread -- He is to undergo s/l traumatologic myocardial perfusion imaging in near future.
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- Lavatube: Looks like an electronic cigarette used for smoking cessatio ...
Complete thread -- intertriginous zone(s) might be what you are looking for her.
Complete thread -- Revealed s/l breast in the triginous zone bilaterally?. Thanks in advance.
Complete thread -- He is 5 feet and 5-three quarter inches. 5-3/4 inches?
Complete thread -- He smokes two cigs per day and uses s/l lova tube. thanks.
Complete thread -- Well, I'm going with it but somewhat perplexed as to why she would put this in her exam
Complete thread -- *would mean
Complete thread -- Yes, I know what it would if she were saying it, but as stated, she's never said this
Complete thread -- the skin is normal for this patient's race.
Complete thread -- Skin: Normal for s/l "race."
Complete thread -- Because of GI bleeding, he was seen for vashruti areza
Complete thread -- Thanks. He's just saying the "Ta." Looks funny in text but have to go with what he says.
Complete thread -- I'm finding Ta, T1 bladder tumors on Google, so going with Ta. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I'm finding this (Not sure if it helps but SM)
Complete thread -- s/l alk eyes may be (a guess) alkaline (s) (alkaline phosphatase)
Complete thread -- s/l "TA" lesion. Surgeon is giving history before cystoscopy/biopsy/fulguration. I
Complete thread -- outliers / outlies??
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks.
Complete thread -- Blood sugars ranged from 133-400, with s/l *alk-eyes* of 67 and 500
Complete thread -- Latin single?
Complete thread -- LS male - what is LS?
Complete thread -- and here's the other trademark specimen -- pick your poison.
Complete thread -- Yes, I found Acumed in one of my books--will go with that since I can verify.
Complete thread -- They cannot spell anything. it is Acumed
Complete thread -- http://www.acumed.net/shoulder-solutions
Complete thread -- here's the trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- Should clarify he dictates AND spells it 5 separate times in same report. ;)
Complete thread -- He clearly says Accumed and spells it, actually 5 different times in the same report. I
Complete thread -- Acumed | Innovative Solutions
Complete thread -- archives mention "Depuy Acromed DOC plate system" let's verify.
Complete thread -- Dictated and spelled "Accumed" plate and screws for clavicle. Is this in anyone's
Complete thread -- thanks Margaret.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- good deal! I'd have probably never figured it out.
Complete thread -- check your Aricept 10 mg 'my' mouth. oops.
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you. Perhaps it is 'marble'. Doc has speech impediment. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Just FYI Sinemet is capitalized
Complete thread -- second one folic acid 1 mg by mouth twice daily, LidoDerm patch apply topically to ...
Complete thread -- cyanocobalamin
Complete thread -- Got it--Navalgund and Carone (2 doctors at a pain clinic in PA). Whew! ;)
Complete thread -- med ?s
Complete thread -- I stand corrected, poi. Thank you
Complete thread -- without baseline labs makes perfect sense (to me), particularly with this
Complete thread -- Not sure, as it sounds almost clearly Naval, gun and carone. ???
Complete thread -- maybe something like Neville Gunn in Carone (though I can't find anything like that)
Complete thread -- med dictated twice... is this right
Complete thread -- which means she is surprised that he did not do the blood tests before taking the
Complete thread -- There is a Neville Island Pain Clinic in PA?
Complete thread -- context, which might indicate that is what she is saying
Complete thread -- Clarify: The s/l is "navil, gun and carone." :)
Complete thread -- baseline labs
Complete thread -- I think so unless doc is speaking of another doc, rather than a patient.
Complete thread -- Pt referred to pain clinic in Pennsylvania. Please copy this to s/l navil, gun and
Complete thread -- somewhat s/l "and lateral" (perhaps carinal spaces is understood?) but SM
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- testosterone replacement for greater than one month without ____ (SM)
Complete thread -- I think it makes sense - movement from fully extended to flexion
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- within the aortopulmonary window, paratracheal space, anterior carinal, pre-carinal,
Complete thread -- He has full extension *to* flexion of about 130 of lower extremity. Please
Complete thread -- better-seeing eye
Complete thread -- marble?
Complete thread -- almost more of a size which was encountered???
Complete thread -- better seeing eye or better-seeing eye?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I know n and m sound so similar, and I keep
Complete thread -- WAG silastic?
Complete thread -- of a small size? I sorta do hear your morrow, though. I have no clue.
Complete thread -- ? epidural
Complete thread -- i'd put my money on niacin
Complete thread -- s/l efferill fibrosis TIA!
Complete thread -- He developed hives after taking *my-ah-cin.* Not saying niacin or mycin and
Complete thread -- Cannot hear the comparison of size of mass. It's not 'quarter-sized' Thanks.
Complete thread -- hanging over the side of the bed?
Complete thread -- s/l fir sternum might be (not a biggy tho) --xiphisternum.
Complete thread -- The Foley catheter remained to **over side** drainage.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- according to BOS2 it would be 120-138 over 60-80.
Complete thread -- how to type blood pressure
Complete thread -- Ty. Don't see that dosage though.
Complete thread -- Urocit is for kidney stones.
Complete thread -- s/l yor-oh-kit 2000 mg b.i.d. TIA!
Complete thread -- Nasal surgery. Stryker s/l instat splints
Complete thread -- thanks for trying, I will flag the entire sentence.
Complete thread -- If "keeps" saying, I would go with it. Used interchangeably allll the time link
Complete thread -- I can't be positive, but I think he says "no melena." Can't get your blank.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- where she is leaving them (she is stumbling)
Complete thread -- calor?
Complete thread -- wav file. I think I am missing a word in there. Thanks
Complete thread -- There is an area of swelling and erythema *calla* noted to
Complete thread -- Disregard - it was "just" sternum
Complete thread -- He does report some shortness of breath. ____________ he has some known melena.
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "fir-stenum"
Complete thread -- Thank you everyone! I really appreciate your help. Acute care is challenging!
Complete thread -- I could not find a 50 mg listing in my Quick Look Drug Book.
Complete thread -- Thanks, it was 15 mg.
Complete thread -- thanks for the confirmation lb
Complete thread -- that's it shoots. Thanks much!
Complete thread -- postobstructive is what I hear.
Complete thread -- note, pt does have non small cell lung cancer
Complete thread -- postobstructive?
Complete thread -- She was in the hospital for ___________pneumonia, right, with shortness of breath
Complete thread -- If not sure, don't kill the patient :), flag it
Complete thread -- Nevermind - Quincke
Complete thread -- sounds like "Queen-key" or "Kwinky" needle
Complete thread -- but, I keep finding MS Contin 15 mg - blue tablet. ??
Complete thread -- ahhh. then probably 50.
Complete thread -- See message for dose listing
Complete thread -- anteroapically or anterior apically
Complete thread -- I'm thinking its 15 since (100) you can't cut these in half if they are extended release
Complete thread -- They do come in 30 mg and 50 mg doses
Complete thread -- Tp had an abnormal myocardial perfusion imaging which
Complete thread -- relisten for 15 instead of 50.
Complete thread -- In a list of medicines, the doctor lists MS Contin twice in a row. (see message)
Complete thread -- Thank you for posting that!
Complete thread -- Per BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- Yes, I am! Okay, giving it a try here. Does this link work...
Complete thread -- . He presented with a history of dizziness of *1-month's* duration.
Complete thread -- If you can't post links SM
Complete thread -- I checked archives under radial fracture, and there were several posts
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag. He may be saying "feeling sweaty" and maybe that's
Complete thread -- MD keeps saying , "distal radial fracture" Change it to distal radius fracture?
Complete thread -- He doesn't drink a lot of fluids because he is *fearing sweat* while in the hospital.
Complete thread -- I'll have to leave a blank ! Thanx for trying. ...
Complete thread -- carotid and vertebral?
Complete thread -- cogent???
Complete thread -- My impression is vertigo. A peripheral lesion is considered. However ...
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- 3 sets are the usual standard for ACS workup
Complete thread -- maybe s/l "three successive cardiac enzymes" ?
Complete thread -- Three sets of cardiac enzymes
Complete thread -- She was admitted on a monitored bed. __________ cardiac enzymes were positive.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Agree, sounds like he is mispronouncing it
Complete thread -- almost s/l he is stumbling twice over neurofibromatoma
Complete thread -- Mic-type silicone tube (there are Mic-PEG tubes)
Complete thread -- Abdomen was distended, soft, with a _________ silicone tube in the stomach
Complete thread -- He does have numerous skin lesions, which are ________. He is afebrile.
Complete thread -- sounds almost like "or evidence of MODY"
Complete thread -- maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY)
Complete thread -- yes, it certainly sounds like there are some syllables flying around
Complete thread -- Arent we missing a word "known __as a MODY"?
Complete thread -- ? ...known as a MODY
Complete thread -- ? coffee ground emesis
Complete thread -- am very suspicious that this patient may have a monogenic type of diabetes ____ MODY
Complete thread -- copremesis?
Complete thread -- Got it, selective! Woot!
Complete thread -- Consider repeating ____ T11-T12 facet joint injection, possibly followed by...
Complete thread -- upper GI symptoms of s/l costco-anemisis (sm)
Complete thread -- effect...used as noun...rearrange it to say "has an effect on symptoms."
Complete thread -- Coughing and sneezing has no effect on his symptoms
Complete thread -- Found Lusk. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "luhsk" ostium seeker. Cannot confirm. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a million, lb
Complete thread -- As I listen again I think it is fistula --THANKS everyone. ...
Complete thread -- As you know, she is 65-year-old white female who in December 2011 suff ...
Complete thread -- I thought fistula but it really doesn't sound like an "f" howe ...
Complete thread -- fistula?
Complete thread -- what is the rest of the sentence, or more info?
Complete thread -- Any thought of what it might be? ...
Complete thread -- no. definition of cytula doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- operative complication
Complete thread -- sentinel, central... (you have central needles, maybe central seeds?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- the **sin-tel** seeds were placed through the needles as in the periphery
Complete thread -- heparinized saline. and papaverine is right.
Complete thread -- combination of an H1 and H2 blocker
Complete thread -- ESL dictating re-exploration of recent leg graft and angiogram. Two questions...
Complete thread -- injection site reactions with Humira
Complete thread -- ok, checked out some pics of verrucoid hyperplasia. don't look. that has to be it.
Complete thread -- verrucoid maybe? makes sense.
Complete thread -- that seems reasonable and one of my thoughts.
Complete thread -- that must be it - I would have never gotten those - thanks so much!
Complete thread -- convinced himself?
Complete thread -- pruritic rash. S/l commits or admits (?) what would make sense?
Complete thread -- I hear 'veri-coid'. I wonder if she means verrucous??
Complete thread -- or Yo (anti-Yo) see link
Complete thread -- very good? doesn't sound right but that's what I'm hearing. ??
Complete thread -- Hu and Ri? (anti-Hu, anti-Ri)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I've actually not heard that before, its usually TAH-BSO.
Complete thread -- Eovist?
Complete thread -- It is hard to hear the 'A'. When dictated THBSO, do I type TAH-BSO or is THBSO accept
Complete thread -- s/l..yo-grist....sm
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much, all of you! Gynecare it is.
Complete thread -- Paraneoplastic syndrome question... See inside please.
Complete thread -- Is it in Maryland? There's a Gynecare Center.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- She's saying it just how you spelled your s/l - so my vote is Gynecare.
Complete thread -- There's a GYNCARE women's health center in Georgia
Complete thread -- Not per the Duragesic info
Complete thread -- Wav posted now. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Not sure. I have the wav file posted now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Gynecare????
Complete thread -- some shortened form of gynecologist?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- OB note. Thanks.
Complete thread -- suggestive of some
Complete thread -- Wav posted. s/l suggesting 'ostum' bronchitis.
Complete thread -- nm, blanking it
Complete thread -- saw my typo, BTW
Complete thread -- 20-year hx of diabetes
Complete thread -- Thanks! on the button!
Complete thread -- no other stigmata of Crohn's
Complete thread -- sounds like sig-mod stress on sig..
Complete thread -- Not really, just a decent day today, somedays to so much.
Complete thread -- I agree 100%!
Complete thread -- exactly. Thanks so much. You are really good
Complete thread -- drugs.com is usually a good source
Complete thread -- flag
Complete thread -- Flagging
Complete thread -- she said radially, not 'strip/stripe' - and I'd have left it as dictated. 0.2 x 4 cm
Complete thread -- If that is exactly what he said, wouldn't stress too much, it is his mistake if it is
Complete thread -- Very clearly states carvedilol "5" mg b.i.d. Can anyone document that
Complete thread -- ... But I already sent in.... He did dictate that ... What do I do now?
Complete thread -- Agree, if that is the case then you would have to flag it
Complete thread -- maybe where his ALT flap ws trimmed? (anterolateral thigh flap)
Complete thread -- Thank you! Hard to hear that exactly, but she's not the clearest all the time!
Complete thread -- innocent as opposed to malignant cause of bleeding
Complete thread -- what does ALT was turned mean? Is ALT, adductor longus tendon?
Complete thread -- Mefix
Complete thread -- I agree w/ logic. But noun "area" rather than "linear strip" suggests 0.2 x 0.4 SM
Complete thread -- foot with pressure area covered with *neh-plix* Hypafix. She doesn't
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- I hear indeed in there somewhere, I think
Complete thread -- does anyone hear "but not volunteered"?
Complete thread -- thank you, MT50
Complete thread -- Fentanyl in the form of Duragesic patches comes in dosages of 1.25, 2.5, 5, 7.5, and 10mg
Complete thread -- I would think dictator would say "point 4" if that was the case, so as you have it 0.2 x 4
Complete thread -- all I can get is "bright blood and not ?" Sorry can't seem to get the last word
Complete thread -- dictated "small point two by four centimeter area"
Complete thread -- I can't get the next word after blood. his accent is lovely, but oh so hard to get
Complete thread -- listen to her wav -
Complete thread -- What is the question? Usually they say bowel movements
Complete thread -- loose bowel motions per day, at times there is bright blood ?????
Complete thread -- Thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- Not sure what the rest of info is, but sounds to me like "innocent rectal bleeding"
Complete thread -- oops, got it, thank you, rectal, innocent rectal bleeding
Complete thread -- need more context, but I'd bet it is inter- or intra- something, not innocent.
Complete thread -- 2. Innocent ???? bleeding.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, MT50!
Complete thread -- herbal(s)?
Complete thread -- I would say intestinal contents overlying ...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- His meds include s/l "ver-bal" with a prior history of Vicodin and Flexeril. This is
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- They do use a needle to open up the gland. BTW comma between rosacea and blepharitis
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be sounds like "glen" but I am thinking it might be gland...
Complete thread -- meibomian *gland* needling procedure
Complete thread -- really s/l binder. Thx! Flagging it.
Complete thread -- hip and Ober's test????
Complete thread -- Ortho s/l * hip and binders * test.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- You are correct and I am wrong, thanks
Complete thread -- wouldn't that be palpation?
Complete thread -- Palpitation is negative for mild epigastric tenderness
Complete thread -- (maybe?) or overlying skin lesions
Complete thread -- GI: Bowel sounds are positive, _____ negative for mild epigastric
Complete thread -- Skin: Negative for any eruptions, _____ skin lesions.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- He does have chronic back pain, but I can't find that dosage in a reference book. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks, oasis
Complete thread -- might want to consider carotid disease
Complete thread -- he is placing emphasis where it belongs; you are not hearing it corrrectly
Complete thread -- directED radiation therapy
Complete thread -- Found dosing that states "10 mg of Fentanyl is equal to almost a gram of morphine..." but
Complete thread -- AP, lateral, and Merchant views?
Complete thread -- Medication list: Fentanyl patch **10 mg** Can't be right (see message)
Complete thread -- Get x-rays of bilateral knees s/l cane and merchant views. not really
Complete thread -- I am thinking he means stigmata?
Complete thread -- apo? a guess --are you from canada maybe. generic minocin (Minocycline
Complete thread -- Eyes: Negative for double vision _____. GI: Negative for
Complete thread -- Warfarin, lovastatin, furosemide, isosorbide, _____, lisinopril, allopurinol,
Complete thread -- might be short cutting UV as in urethrovesical (a guess & link to look over
Complete thread -- thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- The posterior capsule was treated with *alka-menocin* and T-capsulotomy was performed
Complete thread -- OMG. That is it. Thank you, thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- bad me... that is anastomosis (duh)
Complete thread -- Not a problem, just trying to understand the question... ureterovesical angastomosis?
Complete thread -- Results are in! ROC ultrasound (receiver operating characteristic). - Oasis
Complete thread -- Thank you very much for your attempt. If I find out, I will post.
Complete thread -- I apologize if I posted incorrectly. I have done urology
Complete thread -- Seems to me that the word is cut off, sorry
Complete thread -- Higher level hypermetabolic activity in _________
Complete thread -- I would encourage you to read the "rules for posters." Go to "start a new thread" s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. He's placing emphasis in both words on wrong parts and
Complete thread -- Seems that "irradiation is simply the act of applying radiation" so direct irradiation
Complete thread -- seems to be more information is missing, love to help, but do not
Complete thread -- Radiation oncology decided to provide *direct irradiation* therapy....
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Does that mean that in this sentence later in the letter, you would also
Complete thread -- The prostatectomy was done robotically with favorable intraoperative results, bilateral ne
Complete thread -- already sent in, thanks though
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Is that the exact sentence? Before and after might help. Thnx
Complete thread -- thanks. This MD is a a migraine to type for.
Complete thread -- "watertight 'uva'" Urology after radical prostatectomy?
Complete thread -- WHEEW... great for archives Thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- Results are in! ROC ultrasound (receiver operating characteristic).
Complete thread -- THANKS
Complete thread -- hypoplastic
Complete thread -- s/l smiley consolidation....
Complete thread -- Raptor
Complete thread -- MD spells
Complete thread -- Arthrscopic knee surgery - Sounds like "Rafter" rongeur
Complete thread -- Terumo
Complete thread -- 0.035 _______*two mar* wire
Complete thread -- yes, sm
Complete thread -- Should anything here get capped?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think it makes perfect sense to put the commas around it.
Complete thread -- Is it correct to put commas around "non-tenure" in this sentence?
Complete thread -- All I can find is hepatitis serology or herpes simplex serology?
Complete thread -- I think you are confused. We were not talking to you
Complete thread -- She has s/l maltunel presenting as parotid disease bilaterally. tx
Complete thread -- there are google settings that enable "suggestions", etc.
Complete thread -- I do not, but I don't know what the BOS recommends
Complete thread -- OMG! I was looking for the wav...
Complete thread -- THAT is an excellent idea: OP take note!
Complete thread -- hepatic congestion and cardiac cirrhosis. I have added some (s/l ???sis serology)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Don't know why it didn't come up.
Complete thread -- and by the way, your spelling brings up the correct spelling on google
Complete thread -- hint: when "z" doesn't work, trying looking under "x"
Complete thread -- med s/l zarolto
Complete thread -- what is pt being evaluated for, where, and what kind of doc
Complete thread -- Lumbar thoracic spine reveals decreased sensation in the left abdomen ...
Complete thread -- did you listen to MP3 or wav? (I thought my Mp3 was a pretty good file)
Complete thread -- Yes, I do. (Recheck your spelling of first med; maybe just a typo?)
Complete thread -- In a vertical drug list where you number drugs, do you put a period after each drug
Complete thread -- She is allergic to steroids and s/l Reduce pads. Patient does have urinary
Complete thread -- sorry, horrible sound file. can't make anything out.
Complete thread -- nevermind. thx for looking. ...
Complete thread -- dissector
Complete thread -- Higher level hypermetabolic activity in ____________ lingular pleural based nodule
Complete thread -- clench - Noun: a contraction or tightening of part of body.
Complete thread -- clear MD. Help please s/l clenching
Complete thread -- THANKS VERY MUCH!
Complete thread -- T4 is thyroxine. Free T4 (thyroxine) is 1.40, normal.
Complete thread -- I changed the following: Free T4 thyroxine 1.40, normal. Thanks.
Complete thread -- A, B, and C ring(s) are malformations
Complete thread -- 4. Lab studies: CEA 2.4. T4 is 11.4, normal. Free T4 – thyroxin 1.40, normal.
Complete thread -- this.
Complete thread -- No, I just did for ease here, I was concerned about the Pre-B ALL now ...
Complete thread -- are you allowed to abbreviate diagnosis on your account?
Complete thread -- I'd put a comma after ALL
Complete thread -- Like this?
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- thanks, Darlene. learn something new every day!
Complete thread -- pre-B ALL
Complete thread -- Help with a phrase
Complete thread -- “C” rings, are found in most distal portion of the esophagus. link
Complete thread -- you're right: An individual having two different alleles of a particular gene or genes,
Complete thread -- vascular disease? Yes, I read the mess below and still wanted to guess.
Complete thread -- he "is a" is correct
Complete thread -- appear to have come on
Complete thread -- references...
Complete thread -- ? searing
Complete thread -- I'd say has a heterozygote - or he is a heterozygous carrier.
Complete thread -- ...is a heterozygote
Complete thread -- He has plans to restart phlebotomy. He used to give blood every so of ...
Complete thread -- GE reflux goes with omeprazole and EGD ...
Complete thread -- I will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l C-ring or ceiling reflux? Please see msg for context. Thank you.
Complete thread -- As of November 22 the scan shows no evidence of a tract and I am happy from...?
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant the very first part of the WAV... From ???? The scan shows no evidence of
Complete thread -- I am happy from this point of view (?)
Complete thread -- From ??? point of view...
Complete thread -- See original answer. I don't know wth your problem is.
Complete thread -- Oh, NM. Got it: regular insulin sliding scale
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Diabetes mellitus. He was continued on *RISS* and fasting sugars were
Complete thread -- Yeah, he usually says bulky Jones. I hear the v now. Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- i was just going to suggest volar.
Complete thread -- Dont know if this helps but found this (sm)
Complete thread -- It might be volar. Hmm.
Complete thread -- bulky s/l "bowler" dressing. A1 pulley release
Complete thread -- Child A cirrhosis with a MELD of *eight eight.* I've checked on Google
Complete thread -- volvulus
Complete thread -- 78 y/o female admitted with constipation/abdominal pain.
Complete thread -- ? sequentially
Complete thread -- listenting for all these great suggestions but still can't hear it.
Complete thread -- never mind - doesn't fit with your context. how about gradually?
Complete thread -- to have come on spontaneously?
Complete thread -- suddenly?
Complete thread -- typo in there. last word isn't relief. It is event! Thanks
Complete thread -- fast slurry MD s/l sensationally
Complete thread -- I'll everyone know what it is when I can access the report after QA. Thanks!
Complete thread -- LOL!! True.
Complete thread -- (Oh, I'll listen again for cleaned vs numbed.)
Complete thread -- Thank you! She is ESL and probably not wording it well.
Complete thread -- a lot of times they numb it with a spray of ethyl chloride (freezes it)? but can't
Complete thread -- Rheumatoid arthritis. Pt having injection in wrist. Please
Complete thread -- Sounds like "displaced hate" to me
Complete thread -- 4-week ultrasound? I know you sent it in, but i'm really curious to know what it is.
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Aflac?
Complete thread -- EOMs if that is what they said. EOM if that is what they said.
Complete thread -- I don't know who that is either, but I wonder every time I see this same
Complete thread -- Eyes on exam revealed full EOM or EOMs.
Complete thread -- This quacks me
Complete thread -- It gave me a giggle :)
Complete thread -- Thanks. Don't know what I was thinking, or 'not' thinking.
Complete thread -- yep, its crack.
Complete thread -- Of course, it must be 'crack.' Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- And it was you, Darlene (nm) who posted this. Sounds like you have a fixation that only
Complete thread -- No wav there, but guessing "crack"
Complete thread -- crack? (never heard of quack)
Complete thread -- The patient had had previous knee surgery. Does "quack" make sense?
Complete thread -- I don't know who "akolm" is, but I can assure you I'd rather be mistaken for that person
Complete thread -- akolm is here! the menace. I thought so
Complete thread -- In Stedman Rad 4th under ultrasound found RT 6800 and RT advantage sm
Complete thread -- Nope, that was not me, but I looked it up in the archives and have to agree with that
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I'm flagging it.
Complete thread -- all I can think of (2 syllable tho) is routine ultrasound sm
Complete thread -- Ah! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- mesoappendix
Complete thread -- The *mee-zull* (mesal??) appendix was taken down...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene, but it has an "r" sound at the beginning.
Complete thread -- Definitely 1 syllable. Thank you, though!
Complete thread -- I need all the help I can get. Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- lol, maybe you don't want RUQ then. Sorry.
Complete thread -- you betcha I did speak up (& rarely do) your thinking/attitude is really mixed up, sm
Complete thread -- But it identified placenta previa?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Hmm, sometimes hear "ruk" for RUQ
Complete thread -- KB (Kleihauer-Betke) test. She is very clear there. Thanks.
Complete thread -- s/l rock may be meaning DOP as in Doppler ultrasound
Complete thread -- maybe KUB where you have KB. formal pelvic ultrasound?
Complete thread -- Wild guessing here ~ 4-month Doppler ultrasound
Complete thread -- cecum?
Complete thread -- perhaps cecum - appendix is a subway linked to the cecum sm
Complete thread -- Yes, I've heard them speak of above and below fixation when testing peripheral vision.
Complete thread -- s/l rock ultrasound (see message for context)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense... loss of peripheral vision *above fixation*
Complete thread -- Appendix was normal but was molded to *s/l C* with collection of stool throughout
Complete thread -- Shame on you, nibby nosed, trouble-making "Darlene"
Complete thread -- Giving orders is not being helpful in the least. The majority of the reports I do
Complete thread -- wonderful bunch of MTs on this WB, full of displaced hate for sure, gad
Complete thread -- shame on you Ms rude, don't give rude.
Complete thread -- my heavens-sss. "You" should look at UR"attitude" f g j j g j was trying to B/helpful
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- maybe meant AB zero ---- as in abortus
Complete thread -- G0, P0, AB0 ---- Gravida 0, para 0, AB0 (zero)
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Patient is a 40-year-old white female. LMP 11/13. _____, ABO who was found to have a
Complete thread -- Is husband's (with apostrophe this way) correct in this case? Sm please
Complete thread -- thanks will relisten for both those
Complete thread -- There are DonJoy supports for the knee?
Complete thread -- knee-high?
Complete thread -- When we had seen him last year also, he was having some leg swelling issues which
Complete thread -- I know how it is SUPPOSED to sound, but when you find a doc pronouncing
Complete thread -- It looks like irrigated again. Are you sure he doesn't stumble, then repeat himself?
Complete thread -- I don't see anything listed for the osteoporosis, so how about alendronate (Fosamax)?
Complete thread -- Might want to review what long vs. short vowels are.
Complete thread -- said more like shawnker
Complete thread -- and Android. ?sm
Complete thread -- shAnk shAnker. what else could it be other than a long A AAAAAAAaaaaaa
Complete thread -- Great guess, but unfortunately, I am sure that is not what he is saying. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Guess ~ evacuated?
Complete thread -- sounds like *ir i kated*
Complete thread -- med s/l el dent troid
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sorry cut myself off
Complete thread -- Was thinking low lung volume of some sort like hypoventilation or hypoinflation but
Complete thread -- no. Can't see hypovolemia on a chest x-ray.
Complete thread -- chancre
Complete thread -- No hypovolemia on chest x-ray. - Does that make sense? TIA
Complete thread -- thin-section protocol
Complete thread -- I don't think "shanker" can be pronounced with a long A, lol.
Complete thread -- had to send it off
Complete thread -- After recovery from C. difficile, he got his s/l uvale. thank you.
Complete thread -- eyes: I do not see s/l unaway of arcus. 90 years old patient. tx.
Complete thread -- with a long a?
Complete thread -- I couldn't care less what "you" would have done. Who do you think you are anyway?
Complete thread -- google "sacral plexus fibula"
Complete thread -- "stat" can mean anything from seconds to hours, so telling the OP she had no
Complete thread -- Patient is tender to palpation over the distal s/l "plexuses" of fibula on right.
Complete thread -- probably because that's the way the dictionary says to pronounce it, lol.
Complete thread -- YW. Archives here are really good.
Complete thread -- gah, forgot to close the quotation marks on "chancre", but anyway... :)
Complete thread -- I forgot all about "archives" in here. Looking up "chancre, that is totally IT! Thanks!
Complete thread -- ?archives suggest that some pronounce chancre as "shanker"
Complete thread -- Infectious Diseases report. s/l "shanker" or "shenker".
Complete thread -- that was actually rude, IMO. I only meant, this was a serious situation, I'd have not
Complete thread -- wow....
Complete thread -- No sh*, boss man, I've already done it.
Complete thread -- if it is a stat, send it with blanks. you don't have time to wait.
Complete thread -- I see some typos like 48 hours hours. This is a stat, so if anyone has a clue on my s/l,
Complete thread -- Carotid ultrasound iven her diminished peripheral pulses and s/l "vash hoozies" as a
Complete thread -- I posted a query below about keyboard shortcuts for Word 2007. I realized that the
Complete thread -- Well, yes it could be! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- could it be "yellow?"
Complete thread -- s/l VLO (maybe BLO) malodorous material (see message for context)
Complete thread -- "uphoa"=FO(ah), so I agree with FOBT
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help, I had to send with a blank. ...
Complete thread -- I've tried every option in customize keyboard and can't seem to find that command. It is
Complete thread -- ...or maybe she's saying "her last FOBT" (fecal occult blood test)
Complete thread -- could she be saying: her last, uh, OBT (as in occult blood test)?
Complete thread -- it's under keyboard shortcuts...
Complete thread -- Sorry I could not get more. I wondered if the number was not 138 but not sure.
Complete thread -- Yeah I thought I heard compliance so will listen again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'll just give him a blank to be sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Wondering if anyone kind can help me with this. I just bought a new computer with
Complete thread -- I think I could hear compliance - it almost sounds like curve in there?
Complete thread -- I thought of that but can't hear it. Thanks. I did find "cisplatin-contained chemotherapy
Complete thread -- entertained?
Complete thread -- Since cisplatin is being s/l "contained," I would recommend doing 24-hour urine
Complete thread -- this is all I have
Complete thread -- Sounded British to me... so it would be organise.
Complete thread -- and organise should be organize
Complete thread -- age? kind of doctor? kind of report? section heading?
Complete thread -- given the ongoing pain, the position, and the history of pancreatic cancer.....
Complete thread -- His maximal detrusor pressure was 79 cm water at 176 mL of volume. His maximal sm
Complete thread -- I was gonna suggest upper GI, but... BT?
Complete thread -- is this repeated in the plan section?
Complete thread -- rectal mass, incontinence
Complete thread -- that's what it sounded like to me, too
Complete thread -- and the position?
Complete thread -- Given the ongoing pain ????? the family history of pancreatic cancer, we will organis
Complete thread -- I will flag. I know what she means but who can figure out what she is saying??
Complete thread -- Agree totally! I think she might be saying - he may have jogged to get the ball
Complete thread -- so sorry. she is the worst.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- cuts off before second blank
Complete thread -- (1) HJR (hepatojugular reflux) ?
Complete thread -- magnesium? I see it above at 2.5 but its the only thing i can think that s/l your s/l.
Complete thread -- cooperative, not in acute distress is what I hear
Complete thread -- Usually albumin is in there but I can't get your s/l. Sorry.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- two blanks
Complete thread -- oriented x3, cooperative, no _____ distress.
Complete thread -- s/l stinesione less than 2, salicylate 0.4
Complete thread -- thank you both for trying, gonna send to QA, thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- HEENT: The patient has _____ palpebral changes.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: ______ disease, hypertension.
Complete thread -- into her emotional.... something (thought I heard "substance" also)
Complete thread -- Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- eructation
Complete thread -- What is the word for reflux, s/l erictition?
Complete thread -- yep, limited insight (common term) but I can't get what he says after that.
Complete thread -- considered her to be under effective treatment but "has limited insight ??????."
Complete thread -- not (those are typos)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "Referred pain (also reflective pain)[1] is pain perceived at a location other than the si
Complete thread -- agree sm
Complete thread -- contrast?
Complete thread -- pat with right buttock pain
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Step 7 -- SM
Complete thread -- question....enclosure
Complete thread -- aqueous?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sounds like vegetal to me
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Upon extraction, *a griss* was noted to egress from the anterior chamber.
Complete thread -- the left cornea with ________ foreign body
Complete thread -- The anastomosis is the AV fistula and the thrill is able to be palpated. see link
Complete thread -- The thrill appears excellent *by* anastomosis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stent graft protocol?
Complete thread -- and pelvis, _____ protocol.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l Ensure with meals
Complete thread -- PLAN: PT consult, ______, check B12 folate. Hyperlipidemia
Complete thread -- can't find anything like s/l arthro. Can find (link) PCA morphine, sm
Complete thread -- found this CT abd protocol, not much to help tho
Complete thread -- umm, not sure how skin graft protocol would fit?? Dictator is talking about sm
Complete thread -- standard?
Complete thread -- and this is English
Complete thread -- CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis, *skin graft* protocol
Complete thread -- you typed "stiffness" where I hear "dislocation"
Complete thread -- or clot in artery, vein? (haven't listened yet)
Complete thread -- Mr. _____was 5 months out from an extreme lateral lumbar interbody fus ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- not sure on the blank, but it is something popliteal artery or vein?
Complete thread -- Ortho phrase. Please listen. sm
Complete thread -- Absolutely wrong! Regime refers to government!
Complete thread -- She's the same one who says "at any event" (not "in any event") about 50 times per report.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Prolia (injection for osteoporosis)
Complete thread -- hydroxychloroquine 400 mg, methotrexate 20 mg once a week, and ____________.
Complete thread -- correct In some non-English languages, there is no "h"
Complete thread -- hypsarrhythmia (from th Acthar website)
Complete thread -- s/l ipseremia
Complete thread -- Well yeah, she bumped her head and needed pain relief!
Complete thread -- Apparently she fell "out of the wagon" and went back to drinking again.
Complete thread -- the INR is a ratio (a number, not units) of the PT and PTT, thus, the mention of "both"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and before (not perform) something to the inferior aspect.
Complete thread -- next sentence is lamina were then thinned bilaterally...
Complete thread -- what i'm hearing isn't fitting with all the words you have in there.
Complete thread -- verify the correct anatomy and perform _____ inferior aspect of the L2 and
Complete thread -- ball tip?
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- A *pull-tipped* suction catheter was inserted through the perforation...
Complete thread -- Help with abbreviaion LAD?? LAB??
Complete thread -- Very slightly, but I did leave it alone, even after he clarified in impression. Thanks.
Complete thread -- INR is also elevated. I agree "PT and PTT" is probably what he's thinking SM
Complete thread -- Okay, I decided to leave as dictated. He clarified himself in the impression, so that's
Complete thread -- I agree, in most cases, but doesn't take expertise to know both doesn't mean 3 and that
Complete thread -- Okay, he just gave impression. I will clarify this. thanks anyway
Complete thread -- go as dictated, don't assume, not our job, we don't have that expertise/mindreader
Complete thread -- I know he means the PT and PTT are elevated, but he inserts INR in between and says
Complete thread -- spontaneous vaginal delivery times...(usually a number, eg 3 or whatever) follows.
Complete thread -- Obstetrics
Complete thread -- severe anteromedial discomfort?
Complete thread -- thanks...it did not to me either
Complete thread -- 3-5 could be every 3-5 hours; I'd flag, since you are uncertain
Complete thread -- I relistened and hear *severe anterior-medial* discomfort. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Could "both" be a drug?
Complete thread -- or severe anterior "and" medial. not sure
Complete thread -- severe anterior-medial?
Complete thread -- I'd leave a blank where he says "100" as that makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- Ortho note
Complete thread -- okay the morphine is 3-5 mg... got that part. Just not sure of the other
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- need help
Complete thread -- It's crystal clear now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- initiated him on Saphris.
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Gianvi
Complete thread -- med help. sm
Complete thread -- capsule video study of the small intestine?
Complete thread -- colonoscopy, endoscopy, and capsule _______ testing.
Complete thread -- heck no!
Complete thread -- lisa...
Complete thread -- Immediate is actually what it was, or at least what I sent it out with. After saying I was
Complete thread -- a lot!
Complete thread -- licenses vocational nurse.
Complete thread -- He is an s/l LVM and works in home health. thank you! social hx.
Complete thread -- Margaret bets "innerglation" s/l=NOT simply the word "oxygen" alone but "and her oxygen"
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- Consider "immediate" for your s/l "media" tremors. Mom usually is abstinent while in labo
Complete thread -- ureterocystic junction
Complete thread -- The score involved is NAS (neonatal abstinence score). Infants with high scores warrant in
Complete thread -- cm calculi at the left _____ junction.
Complete thread -- Head of Dept. of Radiology: "That's z-y-f-o-i-d." (xiphoid)
Complete thread -- No, but that you for trying.
Complete thread -- Patient comorbidities (sm)
Complete thread -- Not even close to "contin". MS..Al-on. is what is exactly s/l. Is there emesalon or some
Complete thread -- Not MS Contin?
Complete thread -- regime: a systemic plan for therapy (often including diet).
Complete thread -- Nosebleed from the left "nare." spells n-a-r-e !
Complete thread -- drug s/l MS-Alon extended release 15 mg twice a day
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Here's some more on the "high scores." Anyone? Just a short discharge summary!
Complete thread -- I've also never heard of tremors that are "high scoring" but that's what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- It was noted that the child did have some s/l "media" tremors, high scoring, and
Complete thread -- bridging would mean - in the help in meantime. She did not want to sm
Complete thread -- skin graft SM
Complete thread -- OP says above in her original post it is NOT oxygen.
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- I guess he did mean what I thought. :)
Complete thread -- I take that to mean using something other than a penis. :-)
Complete thread -- severe vaginal wall laceration and heavy bleeding after having s/l "instrumented"
Complete thread -- No - Her cultures have remained negative to date. this is correct as you have it
Complete thread -- Hyphen
Complete thread -- I think I figured out some... s/l horizontal touch?? ...
Complete thread -- I'm finding some documentation for Sof-Care. Will keep looking to be sure. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- diabetes type 1
Complete thread -- cover with a soft s/l "care" cushion when seated
Complete thread -- Surgery is TAH/BSO with omentectomy. SM for sentence (thanks!)
Complete thread -- You'd be more likely to get help if you'd give full context (sentence with s/l in it).
Complete thread -- how is this instrument being used? what kind of surgery? context
Complete thread -- cannot document surgical instrument "curved gently's/gentlies"
Complete thread -- did you not google this? it comes right up.
Complete thread -- (hee,hee! :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions. You're all great to help! Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- Wunderbar!!! I think that Must be it! :-)
Complete thread -- integration??
Complete thread -- is doc just saying "and her oxygen saturation is...."?
Complete thread -- Not a whole lot to add, but here ya go.
Complete thread -- I cannot locate a medical definition for this term
Complete thread -- I cannot help, then. I accept word =/= oxygen. Are you positive word saturation is correc
Complete thread -- hallux interphalangeus angle? cannot verify specifically.
Complete thread -- Excellent, one down. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- met adductus (metatarsus adductus)
Complete thread -- Looking for "HIPA" angle on an x-ray. Found few Google hits, but only for abstracts
Complete thread -- Patient is an otherwise healthy adult with ortho problem.
Complete thread -- few scattered rhonchi and occasional scattered rales and wheezes
Complete thread -- just a guess: intercalation saturation = 90% SM
Complete thread -- Dr Swarthirama is a combination hospitalist-cardiologist. "of" dictated ok to type, superf
Complete thread -- s/l innerglation saturation is 90% TIA!
Complete thread -- 1st blank = vesicular (breath sounds, odd but ok to say breathing) #2=audio too soft
Complete thread -- agree! IV Solu-Medrol (not neb (mist aerosol) medication) it's infusion/drip
Complete thread -- My son is 26...has had diabetes for 25 years.
Complete thread -- thank you, yes, not US, thank yoU!!
Complete thread -- Note regimen versus regime.
Complete thread -- Lungs: Bilateral ______ breathing, a few scattered ...rales ______. CVS examination
Complete thread -- Klacid? not US account?
Complete thread -- maybe
Complete thread -- ?S
Complete thread -- s/l classic Hp7 and Nexium Hp7
Complete thread -- hepatic adenoma??
Complete thread -- yes - -
Complete thread -- s/l Hepatic/herpetic epinoma
Complete thread -- actually, I think this fits better. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ah... Yes, that must be it. Thanks both of you!
Complete thread -- reduction?
Complete thread -- correction?
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- This is a guess, but they do refer to sesamoid of P1, P2, etc. (meaning each phalanges)
Complete thread -- sm - diabetes
Complete thread -- coryneform
Complete thread -- I agree with you.
Complete thread -- exactly
Complete thread -- Thanks! I can hear sesamoid. Still hear *position 3.* I think okay.
Complete thread -- I hear insufficiency in my head, maybe sesamoid insufficiency??
Complete thread -- Please tell my 13-year-old son that... lol
Complete thread -- Foot x-ray shows dorsomedial eminence as well as *spas-moid* position 3.
Complete thread -- La Brea ?
Complete thread -- shoots you are a genius!!! Thank you!
Complete thread -- the six you hear is the 'k sut' together. the k from silk suture s/l 'x'
Complete thread -- metabolically?
Complete thread -- inpatient revealed a ???? active lesion in the gallbladder on PET scan
Complete thread -- Thank you. :) And I like your reasoning!
Complete thread -- In looking at images on Google, there is the medial meniscus and there is
Complete thread -- I listened again, and maybe he means that, but I hear *six* at end. He does
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? 10-0 silk
Complete thread -- Thanks! (I feel rather silly.)
Complete thread -- using interrupted *ten oh six* suture, the polypropylene mesh was tacked....
Complete thread -- sponge stick
Complete thread -- Which is correct?
Complete thread -- Using a *spun-jick*, we were able to reduce the peritoneal fat
Complete thread -- As always, you are awesome MT50, thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- I hear ascites in there, but that's it.
Complete thread -- PSH: Nothing major recently. I think fentanyl is actually Ventolin.
Complete thread -- Found this if it helps " Barrett's esophagus or the columnar-lined esophagus, referring to
Complete thread -- (? s/l two columns) of Barrett's oesophagitis (Prague classification C2M3).
Complete thread -- OMG that dictator is terrible!
Complete thread -- oblique?
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- blank s/l bore or warf
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- CAT scan of the abdomen showed small bowel obstruction, _____ liver. UA is negative
Complete thread -- I think he's saying cleansed. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- on the s/l clens trunnion I - sm
Complete thread -- go to s/l oh-bree-uh for evaluation. Santa Cruz, CA area. TIA!
Complete thread -- I see what your saying, sorry, yes I would flag it
Complete thread -- venous stasis
Complete thread -- since October follows September, shouldn't that beginning of October.
Complete thread -- venostasis or venous stasis
Complete thread -- I would have it as end of September/beginning of August
Complete thread -- would you flag or fix? (just looking for opinions)
Complete thread -- You know he's saying "GI and DVT prophylaxis" at the end, right?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I think it would not be capitalized since the word "in" is in there, i.e.
Complete thread -- Is it generic if the field follows it? That's what has me confused.
Complete thread -- Per BOS2 (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Solu-Medrol (need comma), nebulizer treatments
Complete thread -- May need to put TP on CIWA protocol. Continue lisinopril 10 mg daily
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?s - pls hlp
Complete thread -- He has a master's degree in chemical engineering - Cap or not? Thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks for listening shoots. Went ahead and flagged it.
Complete thread -- *(word is cut off) insertion later today.
Complete thread -- based on impression, I would think obstruction.
Complete thread -- The patient is due to undergo ______
Complete thread -- hydronephrosis with a central *abruption* around the level of the hardware.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- pneumonia and leading to ?? something
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- a standard wrist x-ray is done in the PA projection
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- Thank you. I will make sure to relisten, but he dictates all
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- it is lighted retractor
Complete thread -- Breast augmentation on a patient who has had a previous
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!!
Complete thread -- s/l bridging. Hear "ing" clearly but not the beginning of the word
Complete thread -- not a problem, do it all the time!
Complete thread -- so sorry... thought I was hearing things.
Complete thread -- google just that
Complete thread -- s/l neuro patties
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- No, he's saying what s/l letters S P.
Complete thread -- I would have no problem putting it just as it is dictated.
Complete thread -- sp=species that is usually what I see in article sm + link
Complete thread -- so maybe put it like AP/L??
Complete thread -- Could dictator be saying epi? aka epidermidis?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- oops, typo -- "does" that mean...
Complete thread -- Doc dictates staphylococcus *SP.* Do I type lowercase and dose that
Complete thread -- Adie's
Complete thread -- erythema?
Complete thread -- Probably a way of saying AP and lateral
Complete thread -- This is the discharge instructions for a patient status post ORIF of hip and s.m.
Complete thread -- s/l left 80s pupil
Complete thread -- use of *arrhythmia* in physical therapy??
Complete thread -- yep, that's it
Complete thread -- denuded area?
Complete thread -- s/l di nuj
Complete thread -- we brought in the mini C-arm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- might be, "We brought in the mini..."
Complete thread -- localized the lag screw, can't get the other one for sure
Complete thread -- Sorry. It is an mp3 file.
Complete thread -- ?vial
Complete thread -- not the right wave
Complete thread -- I think it is a radiolucent table and not an operating room table
Complete thread -- Once this was done, he was ______ mini C-arm and local _____ lag screw with use of fl
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- with two arms _____ padded at the elbow.
Complete thread -- leg was marked as the correct operative site of the patient with radiographic images
Complete thread -- Patient stable to PACU.
Complete thread -- ?corynebacterium (check my sp.)
Complete thread -- there now
Complete thread -- Thanks. I didn't cut/paste correctly. Definitely saying "itis" and will flag.
Complete thread -- previous wav
Complete thread -- couple ?s
Complete thread -- s/l coreoform bacteria TIA
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hep C
Complete thread -- she is hoping to get down towards the Mayor Center?
Complete thread -- diabetes, and chronic _____ which she is taking medications for.
Complete thread -- Only finding protein C & S
Complete thread -- I think she could be saying MAS - I found something about seniors on that and then
Complete thread -- this is in the Bangor-Brewer Maine area
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Love psych accounts, have to think outside the box a bit as the pt mental capacity is not
Complete thread -- wheal -- raised area on the skin when injected
Complete thread -- okay, just checking, i am new at psychiatry
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried. i just uploaded
Complete thread -- s/l wheel of lidocaine? tnx
Complete thread -- I am unsure why you would want to flag this, pt responding to both tx and his MD is fine
Complete thread -- That is what I hear.
Complete thread -- onycholysis (btw the sentence does not make sense, something missing)
Complete thread -- s/l on-kee-oh-litis TIA!
Complete thread -- would you flag this?
Complete thread -- Long Island. He is also involved in an "energy cell venture". psychiatry report
Complete thread -- fibrillation
Complete thread -- says "brackets" then Prague score ....
Complete thread -- Fine preparation potentials were present in the first dorsal interosseous
Complete thread -- sort of a full s/l pants elderly gait
Complete thread -- nm got it bull's eye
Complete thread -- factor V Leiden and "protein 8 deficiency" or protein A???
Complete thread -- factor V Leiden and "protein 8 deficiency" or protein A???
Complete thread -- s/l bozi
Complete thread -- Barrett's esophagitis (???? score C4M6) that was biopsied.
Complete thread -- I'm having a rough night too, lol. Hopefully both of ours will get better soon!
Complete thread -- I feel it strange but cannot help, will flag, tx!
Complete thread -- Might mean gluten-containing but you can't assume that. I'd leave a blank.
Complete thread -- I do that too. That's why I say it was a dumb question. I don't know what I was
Complete thread -- He is avoiding s/l celiac-containing foods. Help! thanks!
Complete thread -- Where I work, we leave 1 single blank to cover all the text until the next word is heard.
Complete thread -- Hmm, she's a very respected neurologist. Maybe she interprets differently, though.Thanks
Complete thread -- Well, I guess this is what I get for asking a dumb question. What I was trying to decide
Complete thread -- flag it
Complete thread -- LOL! It was to me too!
Complete thread -- "Into this a plus 4..." = what I hear. Incomplete sentence standing alone.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oasis! New to me, too!
Complete thread -- (sorry)
Complete thread -- Most electroencephalographers would not dictate the site of a focus of abn activity SM
Complete thread -- Most electroencephalographers would not dictate the site of a focus of abn activity SM
Complete thread -- ur welcome.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- "Doderlein"
Complete thread -- Got it -- tubal ostia.
Complete thread -- Hysteroscopy revealed normal endometrial cavity. *Tuberlosity* were both
Complete thread -- Folgard 12 mg daily (clear). Since it's folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12,
Complete thread -- uterine fundus was brought out through the anterior colpotomy in a *doe-der*line
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much! Never heard this before but that's it.
Complete thread -- volar intercalated segment instability
Complete thread -- VISI deformity?
Complete thread -- S/L "Veazy deformity" ? (pls see msg)
Complete thread -- Kind of hard to be sure since she later says central and frontotemporal, but she also say
Complete thread -- Hip arthroplasty op note
Complete thread -- I'd comma ?
Complete thread -- Margaret, would you suggest a slash or a comma between T4 F1? Thanks.
Complete thread -- (former EEG technician speaking) Yes. F=frontal. Odd #s=L side, Even #s = R side of pt's
Complete thread -- Googled EEG f1 region and got this:
Complete thread -- Chassaignac tubercle
Complete thread -- No chin or blanching. I will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l shath-er-knacks tubercle
Complete thread -- WAGs: blanching? could "chin" be in there?
Complete thread -- Gosh I don't know,its hard to say, but thanks for taking a shot.
Complete thread -- She said left central and right frontotemporal in the final interpretation, so I think I
Complete thread -- Is there an F1 head region in EEG interpretation? s/l "C3 and T4 F1" head regions
Complete thread -- ???"feel" change???, ie, maybe 2 cm wide change in skin texture to palpation???
Complete thread -- I'd say its causing dysfunction because the "meningioma" is compressing the pituitary
Complete thread -- obstinate?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "field change"
Complete thread -- cognizant?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- strategial action range of motion??(obviously wrong) ??deviational action ROM???
Complete thread -- Apparently, x-rays showed acceptable alignment with minimal angulation ...
Complete thread -- Apparently, x-rays showed acceptable alignment with minimal angulation ...
Complete thread -- or s/l onsibate
Complete thread -- s/l onstipate
Complete thread -- An *all-ber* barium swallow was reviewed, which is suggestive of...
Complete thread -- either/or IMO
Complete thread -- ; or .
Complete thread -- okay, thank you Dr. Walker and Darlene
Complete thread -- Late response but thanks for your help! :) ...
Complete thread -- agree w/ darlene. Usually one hears "flail chest" in that context; flailing not too far
Complete thread -- I remember this and the OP insisted she heard inhaling.
Complete thread -- misspeak? agree w/ darlene. Maybe doc intended to say "alteration in pituitary function"
Complete thread -- maybe function is "dysfunction" (not working properly)
Complete thread -- ugh, this was just about to go off the WB. thus came to top plus sp. "flailing"
Complete thread -- Long list Stedman Rad Word book, I believe they want to see the full MRI
Complete thread -- Wow endocrinology is really hard! Please tell me if this assessment makes sense.
Complete thread -- might be 'failing"a loss of stability of chest wall due to multiple rib fractures or sm
Complete thread -- Thank you, cant see why google didnt suggest correct spelling, but I am glad that you did
Complete thread -- ophthalmologic
Complete thread -- Is "opthamalgic" evaluation a real word?(as an eye doctor)
Complete thread -- Flag it is! Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- hmm, might need to flag. May be giving injection plus capsules but geez how to know
Complete thread -- however nm above got it correct above suggesting parasellar.
Complete thread -- But still couldn't be that much mL
Complete thread -- yes, Canadian values are different - that's why OP signed Canadian
Complete thread -- Maybe referring to injectable or solution? mg/mL
Complete thread -- You guys are amazing. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- NM, going with *sequence if* needed as that seems a bit clearer now.
Complete thread -- Think Canada has different way to measure H and H.
Complete thread -- ? 75/50 Sandimmune (not a combo drug, can't verify) Anybody know differently?
Complete thread -- parasellar?
Complete thread -- incidentally found base of
Complete thread -- ....download this into our computer for further *sequences needed.* Please sm
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, Mgt
Complete thread -- Not there. (yet, anyway)
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense. Not superior or inferior but middle turbinates.
Complete thread -- me again. I uploaded a wav
Complete thread -- Not sure if this makes sense or is it: 'in' middle turbinates medial 'position'?
Complete thread -- woah, your labs are way off (but absolute lymphs, i.e. lymphocytes)
Complete thread -- Crohn's
Complete thread -- i hear that too.
Complete thread -- thank you all, i think i am going to flag some of this.
Complete thread -- my vote would be for "parasagittal," but don't type it unless you can hear it.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think I hear "lots of epithelial cells and many bacteria."
Complete thread -- I would do (something like) this
Complete thread -- esterase, 20 WBCs. _______ with many bacteria
Complete thread -- better talk to LOL about that...
Complete thread -- Yes. I know that. Others did not. Thanks for the laugh.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay, Dr. Walker and sm. Here is context with another blank
Complete thread -- can't get. sorry
Complete thread -- word in front I just can
Complete thread -- some don't know already - just shedding some light
Complete thread -- _____ recommend monitor WBC trend, creatinine.
Complete thread -- thats one heckuva long sentence.
Complete thread -- No clue, I'm just telling you what "I" heard. ?
Complete thread -- (that would be more logical, assuming it fits s/l)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- provide you do not log onto a public library computer, or other computer not your own, to
Complete thread -- can you help me make sense of this?
Complete thread -- mg via IV daily and Zyvox 600 mg IV q. 12 hours. _______ monitored WBC trends,
Complete thread -- I thought I heard no recent dental work or traveling. ??
Complete thread -- also try out "incidental finding" for match to unk s/l.
Complete thread -- is this a consultation or an imaging study?
Complete thread -- Note for bb to consider: have several wav "channels"? (greater capacity), and consider
Complete thread -- Way wag: incidental filling defect of (base of) skull, tumor, or maybe it is invasive skul
Complete thread -- Not sure about your blank, but "No tobacco, alcohol or drug use."
Complete thread -- on 3rd time I heard "world"; (often one hears international or third-world there.)
Complete thread -- No recent ________ traveling.
Complete thread -- Totally, at first I thought he was mispronouncing another word :)
Complete thread -- incidental “afailing” base of skull tumor or maybe it is "invasive" skull tumor
Complete thread -- and which was demonstrated to TP
Complete thread -- thank you so much shoots!!
Complete thread -- LOL, oh my gosh you are right, HA! Sheep pellets, weird but true, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I actually hear the patient has 50 allergies. sounds strange though
Complete thread -- here is also a probable chronic partial tear of the posterior collater ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Possibly, The patient denies specific allergies
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- What's the dealio wav people? It's getting confusing. LOL
Complete thread -- what does "meets in the fusion" mean, I cant find it anywhere on google with
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: The patient has ______ allergies.
Complete thread -- I wasn't the op, so I don't know. It's just a busy wav day, so you might want to check
Complete thread -- I hear "makes in the fusion" but what does meets or makes in the fusion mean?
Complete thread -- I hear meets
Complete thread -- I apologize. I thought you got the answer with your link.
Complete thread -- sounds like "meets"
Complete thread -- seems okay to me
Complete thread -- Unless it's the same person, you might want to check before posting over a wav
Complete thread -- On tomograms, the meningioma?
Complete thread -- L2 to S1 laminectomy with L4-5 fusion, ___in the fusion (message has more context)
Complete thread -- It's on page 499
Complete thread -- Not positive about this reference, but here it is - see link
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- Does sound like sheet pellets (wonder if that is the residual barium excreted in little
Complete thread -- lol, I can reference "sheep pellets"
Complete thread -- I literally hear sheet pellets... LOL... I'm positive about the pellets though.
Complete thread -- s/l mild WBC trend
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- Wav sounds like somebody walking around and that's it.
Complete thread -- no wave, just noise
Complete thread -- no wave, just noise
Complete thread -- This would also account for her ?????? as they are the residual from the mold made fr
Complete thread -- This will be scheduled in conjunction with a preoperative functional M ...
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Ditto
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you MT50!!
Complete thread -- I type it as you have. Maybe a comma in between if you're really concerned?
Complete thread -- Med list: Vitamin B12 1000 mcg IM monthly. Do you put a word
Complete thread -- MiraLax
Complete thread -- The only ones you would be apprising would be newbies. The rest of us
Complete thread -- All we can do is to treat it with Epsom salts and ????? and she is amenable to coloni
Complete thread -- it means YOURS is dynamic, not static. many are static. mine is.
Complete thread -- Humphrey
Complete thread -- indeed. posted to apprise others who insist otherwise.
Complete thread -- Extraocular movements were full. Her ____ visual field testing was of fair reliabili
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- then it's dynamic
Complete thread -- We reduced, again there was good stability and range of motion
Complete thread -- impacted
Complete thread -- Ortho op note
Complete thread -- See the link for "reanimation procedure."
Complete thread -- reanimation?
Complete thread -- this is whole paragraph
Complete thread -- with flying colors :)
Complete thread -- about the ISP thing from yesterday, ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- Exactly! Like what's before the "therefore"!
Complete thread -- More context might help us give you a better educated guess.
Complete thread -- denervation?
Complete thread -- he sounds like yenervation. do you think it is innervation
Complete thread -- Pointing, rapid alternating movements, ___ movements are intact bilat ...
Complete thread -- in to (not into)
Complete thread -- thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- Can you repost this wave please
Complete thread -- nauseous 2-3 hours of food
Complete thread -- dyspeptic symptoms from which he feels bloated, ???????? food needing Stemetil which
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- Enterobacter, coagulase-negative staph aureus, Enterococcus, as well as group B....
Complete thread -- wav posted. ... Enterobacter _____ staph aureus, Enterococcus, as well as group B
Complete thread -- TY :)
Complete thread -- overlying
Complete thread -- When he flexes these fingers into make a fist, the s/l oraling skin is tethered....
Complete thread -- I don't think that's it. He definitely is good at screwing things up, ...
Complete thread -- There is a PlasmaJet, wonder if he is screwing that up?
Complete thread -- OB says, "There are adhesions noted from the bowel to the anterior ...
Complete thread -- Bingo! TY! Not sure why my "google" is sleepy this morning! Nice one. TY.
Complete thread -- I googled forehead crease and procerius (my version of your s/l) and it
Complete thread -- More context. (sm). TY so much.
Complete thread -- what comes after your s/l, maybe sounds are running together??
Complete thread -- Re: Forehead BCCs. "In the vertical crease of the right s/l pross-ear-ius
Complete thread -- Thanks. That sounds logical. Have a great day. :-) 12
Complete thread -- loop (diuretics)/TZ, CAI?
Complete thread -- Doctor saying allergies, s/l "luke slash tz comma CAI". ?? Google no help. TIA. nm
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! nm
Complete thread -- Carrel
Complete thread -- vascular surgery question - sm
Complete thread -- good oasis. Pump means the heart is stop(high risk brain problems plus plus) smp
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- maybe sandhog - Sandhog is the slang term given to urban
Complete thread -- 2 office ? kinda has a buzzing noise, hard to hear.
Complete thread -- thank you, I just uploaded it again
Complete thread -- previous ____ ultrasounds have been negative
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree... dementia which made her care difficult to deliver. Her
Complete thread -- your wav has been posted over before I had a chance to answer/listen?
Complete thread -- made ?her care? difficult to deliver. Her medication, however, is
Complete thread -- dementia which _________ difficult to deliver her medication
Complete thread -- Got it! Uphold graft. :)
Complete thread -- thank you, Oasis. Maybe, I think I will upload a wav when the previous
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Previous _____ultrasounds have been negative
Complete thread -- Allied Health?
Complete thread -- and DeNovo NT (Natural Tissue) Graft by Zimmer
Complete thread -- try Regenokine injection
Complete thread -- sm - I am not sure this applies here, but its how I'd write it out.
Complete thread -- santa? ho-ho-ho
Complete thread -- youo are right! Cant believe I mised that
Complete thread -- google search shows lots of hits for stand-alone device for PLIF and TLIF
Complete thread -- Antral biopsies taken for histology and urease test and...
Complete thread -- I also ordered LSO versus low TLSO brace from s/l "allied up" for her for comfort.
Complete thread -- depends on what guidelines you're supposed to go by as it varies.
Complete thread -- grade 2-3/6 facial weakness. is this correct?
Complete thread -- previous “stand-alone” TLIF device, which is not shifted
Complete thread -- he works as a s/l "sandtog" and currently he is a foreman on ___
Complete thread -- Noone spoonfed me in second grade, and noone need to now. That's your ...
Complete thread -- Antral biopsies taken for histology and urease test ?????polyp
Complete thread -- got it, ambulatory .. Thank you!
Complete thread -- 24-hour interesophageal
Complete thread -- She had undergone s/l regenicon injections. She was interested in ask ...
Complete thread -- It may be that she will require ???? oesophageal pH monitoring
Complete thread -- Had hysterectomy in the past. No free fluid since s/l enmarucus not present.
Complete thread -- great explanation; great ethic
Complete thread -- Never thought of that. I originally thought it should be rose, but it would depend on the
Complete thread -- Hate it, but most of my docs speak in clipped sentences. grrrr
Complete thread -- For English terms papers, I'd agree. But docs dictate in clipped sentences all the time
Complete thread -- your actual identity doesn't matter at all. Consistent use of one, or at most 2 or 3,
Complete thread -- past tense is needed, yes. But need the intransitive verb "rose" b/c no direct object.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- they said it funny, but I'd leave it. It's like saying "lipase elevated".
Complete thread -- Tempered is fine. Basically, it means moderated.
Complete thread -- i like that term, fatratsass :-)
Complete thread -- but, really, why does it matter who we are? I thought this page was to help people
Complete thread -- the word tempered? see sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- But did they have someone doing their work for them or did they learn from their own
Complete thread -- “pump run” (see link)
Complete thread -- Thanks to all that helped. I appreciate it!
Complete thread -- good grief
Complete thread -- I'd think rose to, or was raised... ?
Complete thread -- ...avoiding future cardiopulmonary bypass (s/l) "runs". SM
Complete thread -- Although I see quick def in OneLook says raise can mean that too. Let's wait for a
Complete thread -- I think so because "rise" can mean increase in size or number (rise, rose, risen). I don't
Complete thread -- She has a chance to do it the right way. She put didn't wrong inside her post.
Complete thread -- Then don't post under someone's post where they give answer with a reference.
Complete thread -- Doc says: Lipase raised to 722. Should that be rose?
Complete thread -- Might be saying chronic unhealing but would change to nonhealing if so.
Complete thread -- huh? you have a chance, to do it the right way. and it is didn't. I'm totally lost on
Complete thread -- you go, girl :)
Complete thread -- oy-vey!
Complete thread -- is for the only face I see.
Complete thread -- o
Complete thread -- I didn't look at your link and you don't need to !!!!! at me. I'm not a 2-year-old.
Complete thread -- listen for sacralization...
Complete thread -- I know, I learned that in second grade. I can't do it the right way doesn't mean I shouldn
Complete thread -- ? mixing English and Latin, i.e. "with" cibum
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- parenchyma?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- the link clearly shows wc with meals ("with a meal" if once daily dosing) that's why
Complete thread -- that's before meals
Complete thread -- absofrickinlutely not.
Complete thread -- a.c. maybe
Complete thread -- You have a chance, to do it the right way. and it is didn't.
Complete thread -- w.c. with a meal see reference
Complete thread -- I reposted. TIA
Complete thread -- Agree, but this doc's specs are what they are. So, not an error, just verbatim
Complete thread -- "flailing" is in there (check definition regarding chest0
Complete thread -- oh good! Glad that worked out!
Complete thread -- I can't --
Complete thread -- well, that's not correct
Complete thread -- facet arthropathy (not plural no matter how many facets involved)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Can anyone hear this audio/mp3 or was it posted over?
Complete thread -- Neither do I. My name is Cara and I am 25. I have a few years to being ...
Complete thread -- Wait -- maybe he's saying "chronic and healing" ?? But if chronic, can they be healing?
Complete thread -- I listened again, but I hear inhaling.
Complete thread -- nonhealing?
Complete thread -- whoops. that is what i meant. i did not even realize that i typed
Complete thread -- Chronic *inhaling* bilateral rib fractures -- does that make sense? I did
Complete thread -- indeed! (making it even more unlikely that the poster is Indian)
Complete thread -- patient reports feeling of numbness in his ____ which resolves on observation
Complete thread -- He later repeats "tid with meals." Think it's a bizarre variant on "a.c."
Complete thread -- full context included. Thank you for your time and help
Complete thread -- well, that's unfortunate. Automatic transmission is correct.
Complete thread -- That's what I love about this job. Always learning something new :)
Complete thread -- Just learned a new word. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Endocrinology increased her insulin lispro to 70 units subcutaneous t.i.d. *wc*
Complete thread -- ballotable?
Complete thread -- s/l palatible??
Complete thread -- I use what I feel like using. Do you really care?
Complete thread -- I have nothing to hide. I'm LB too - and my name is Lois. I'm 53. wanna know more, ask.
Complete thread -- Does it go with the next sentence? Could you post entire context to be safe?
Complete thread -- A log? Just type in their original "moniker" (ISP code) and there you go.
Complete thread -- fused L3 to L5 transitional anatomy L5 sacrum
Complete thread -- I wouldn't add anything.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'd just realized that! Duh, what was I thinking? Thanks again.
Complete thread -- Plain radiographs of the lumbosacral spine show a fused L3 to L5 transitional anatomy
Complete thread -- 1-reinnervation
Complete thread -- Buh-BYE!
Complete thread -- This was just last week - doesn't take a log to keep track.
Complete thread -- Ditto for me. Well said, fgjjgj. : )
Complete thread -- facepalm - do you have a moniker or change your name on here for each different rant you
Complete thread -- PT dictating on pt who had facial nerve injury. Not sure if this makes sense...
Complete thread -- Apparently, "noodge" is Yiddish. I'm an American w/ Jewish roots, and I didn't know that.
Complete thread -- It is not whether it is a bother or not. It is the point that these people whoever,
Complete thread -- thank you, both of you, so I guess I will leave it as is and hope the doctor
Complete thread -- Go with this more logical insight.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- motorized hoist, to assist incompletely able pt to get from poolside into pool,= my guess
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- I think it's automatic transmission (for the car - no clutching involved)
Complete thread -- don't know, sent it on to QA. thanks anyway!0000
Complete thread -- what would an automatic transition be for the lower back?? Context inside, last sent
Complete thread -- LOL. I've never heard that word before. (and I'm not from India)
Complete thread -- true! ha! And I am finding answers to her questions in the 2010 archives
Complete thread -- You've really not been a bother. The people who don't want to help can just ignore
Complete thread -- no, it's nudge like "noodge" (to pester, nag)
Complete thread -- Thank you all for your help. My intention here is not to waste your ti ...
Complete thread -- I am neither defending nor belittling
Complete thread -- hmmm. has it been cultured before?
Complete thread -- nudge, like 'noob' (I think)
Complete thread -- I'm curious. Are you keeping a log of names and dates?
Complete thread -- Same nudge?? What does that mean?
Complete thread -- Actually, before jndjem showed up on the 19th, it was bilnih. All the same.
Complete thread -- Now you're defending offshoring and India and belittling American Mts.
Complete thread -- that's hardly the point
Complete thread -- ...fully, under loupe magnification
Complete thread -- talking about a wound infection with drainage. questioning the s/l recultured skin
Complete thread -- Have you ever QA'd India?
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason to believe the poster is from India
Complete thread -- I think I found it! "Dial test!"
Complete thread -- I know that was sarcastic. I hope. It is hard enough to get work now and doing "THEIR"
Complete thread -- Pt with left knee injury
Complete thread -- That's the thing. This goes beyond helping.
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- test
Complete thread -- But that is the purpose of this board, to do the work for newbies and offshores so
Complete thread -- Yes, not sure how but my name came up differently today. It's me-same nudge. Ty for being
Complete thread -- I do believe you're correct. cldpen showed up here 20 minutes after jndjem's
Complete thread -- I threw that typo in there for proof that I'm not perfect!
Complete thread -- Usually, I would not agree with you, but in this case I do
Complete thread -- thats what I was trying to remember, the ISP.
Complete thread -- the way ISPs change depends on your cable provider. With most, your computer
Complete thread -- you have to re-record the voice file to get just that piec, save it on your computer, THEN
Complete thread -- my moniker has never changed. however, if she's using 2 different computers, THEN she cou
Complete thread -- I do believe cldpen and jndjem are one and the same
Complete thread -- Is it not even the most tiny bit embarrassing that you guys want us to do all you
Complete thread -- Are you serious?
Complete thread -- cldpen, you are obviously taking the same exact online course that jndjem is taking
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Don't blame VR. Blame the computer tech who won't correct it.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- intact
Complete thread -- to continue the evaluation of this patient’s elevated ___ parathyroid hormone
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, I see your point now. Sorry. I think it warrants a flag.
Complete thread -- Thank you both :) ...
Complete thread -- Maybe meaning the tendon and muscles of the vastus lateralis
Complete thread -- to walk... ?
Complete thread -- does not really hinder bla-bla walk ?
Complete thread -- agree, just like standing orders.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't question it and would send it in as dictated. I'm not a doctor, but
Complete thread -- all I can get is "doesn't really"
Complete thread -- yes, meaning he would have regular blood work done ...
Complete thread -- I am questioning "distal muscles of the vastus lateralis". dictator is a student.
Complete thread -- We have also provided NAME with a requisition for s/l standing?? blood ...
Complete thread -- The swelling ___ walk and he reports no pain in his ankles.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ps - side tackle from behind? is it maybe slide tackle instead?
Complete thread -- resulting in a fall directly to the ground ?
Complete thread -- Still not that unusual, I'd flag that as well because
Complete thread -- She says that while she was playing soccer, she was side tackled from ...
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion, it is a good one. Going to flag with suggestions.
Complete thread -- I did too, but (shame on me) pt is on Levoxyl.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing hyperthyroidism
Complete thread -- history of lipoma removal from the chest?
Complete thread -- NM, will flag. He's somewhat tripping over his words and just going to move on now.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Prior to bladder being full, *most foo-men* mucosal folds were identified,
Complete thread -- i hear hypothyroidism -- a bone removed from the chest. ??
Complete thread -- great, hope that was helpful for you
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- yes, you should have caught it
Complete thread -- CLDPEN: You are failing to follow the instructions you have asked us for
Complete thread -- So this won't be an official report in someone's record?
Complete thread -- Well, I'm holding back... lol
Complete thread -- I did, and it came up but I was too busy with the 15 that I figured I'd post it to see if
Complete thread -- If that is the only vent you have for today when it comes to VR, I would consider it
Complete thread -- thanks so much shoots. That is exactly what I now hear and it makes
Complete thread -- did you look up "interosseous lesion"?
Complete thread -- incorrect
Complete thread -- You bet! Thank you so much for your time-I liked your tip
Complete thread -- CLDPEN: do NOT tell US it "won't work"
Complete thread -- I guess generally not good, but I am only studying.
Complete thread -- here's how you research this...
Complete thread -- cldpen: If you had googled oral acetyl... google SUGGESTS acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- hemoPneumothorax
Complete thread -- An informational vent. It's Boies, not Boise elevator.
Complete thread -- IV doesn't make sense here - can you hear "adenosine"
Complete thread -- which is not started (for both) is what I think I hear for both
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Complaints: Pressure and frontal headaches.
Complete thread -- I cannot reference this, and if you can't, you shouldn't use it
Complete thread -- I think it's OK. Artery not prominent, no pulsation, etc.
Complete thread -- cldpen: we have asked you to provide this information before...
Complete thread -- He had a *healthy feeling* temporal artery but there was some slight tenderness to it
Complete thread -- agree. If one googles "medial lateral joint" in quotes, it becomes apparent
Complete thread -- good tips above
Complete thread -- okay, so what would "drains" mean?
Complete thread -- If you don't think that's it, don't use it please.
Complete thread -- you really are capable of figuring this out yourself...
Complete thread -- I put migraines in, I may just submit that, but really don't think it's it. Good choice
Complete thread -- any chance it's migraines?
Complete thread -- drains makes no sense, you gotta get off that idea
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ty, no there's definitely an 's' after 'ain'-s
Complete thread -- yeah
Complete thread -- Is hours written correctly?TIME OF STUDY: 1815 hours on ___ [DATE].
Complete thread -- how about drainAGE
Complete thread -- ty, though not going to work. Maybe Drains.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Ahhhh ! Thats it. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- yes thanx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- lipids, and a CBC,
Complete thread -- I'm gonna say (sinus) drainage, pressure, and frontal headaches.
Complete thread -- CT OF SINUSES DATED: ___ [DATE]. CLINICAL BRIEF: [(uh)Brains], pressure, and fronta
Complete thread -- I think they use that for either/or and both - its just a phrase.
Complete thread -- schooners - a larger-than-usual drinking glass
Complete thread -- sm - i thought i answered this yesterday for comma placement.
Complete thread -- Question about stocking-glove distribution.
Complete thread -- Thus, rather than "left-right" axis and its inherent clumsiness of usage, the term
Complete thread -- Followup, [pcc doc]] ___ [NAME] in about 3 months with a hemoglobin A1C, fasting bas
Complete thread -- s/l skinners or skooners
Complete thread -- whew
Complete thread -- You have NO idea how close I came to using it!
Complete thread -- As per Websters
Complete thread -- agree with "or" - 2 different joint lines; mediolateral is like saying rightoleft.
Complete thread -- I went through their website a little closer. I found none named Neo. Depending on
Complete thread -- oh, thank God. I wasn't even selling myself on drupaceous.
Complete thread -- OneLook has a "medical" definition for it, if that helps at all, lol.
Complete thread -- there are LEEP excisions or using a loop to excise something
Complete thread -- Fessin up: I hear "no blood, angioectasias, polyps, or ulcerations were seen"
Complete thread -- no, sorry, doesn't mean droopy. Means related to a drupe... Still ...
Complete thread -- what does looping application mean? ...
Complete thread -- well, I didn't know this was a word, but it is: drupaceous (droopy)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks, just got it too.
Complete thread -- Medial or lateral is how I would do it. I sure wouldn't do mediolateral
Complete thread -- Nope. All I can hear is "drupacious". LOL. I feel like a newby. :D
Complete thread -- ischium
Complete thread -- Most of her pain is in her back into her left s/l iskum.
Complete thread -- telangiectasia? wag
Complete thread -- Thanks for doing that. :)
Complete thread -- sebaceous?
Complete thread -- Here it is: The scope was then advanced into the small intestine where careful evaluation
Complete thread -- full-thickness to the subcutaneous, fatty and connective
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I went thru Stedman's for every word ending in "aceous" and see nothing that sounds like
Complete thread -- please post the sentence and maybe some context, if you have it
Complete thread -- Thank you, I'll relisten
Complete thread -- ty, im trying to send a sound file but not figuring it out. How do I cut the report?
Complete thread -- I usually put mediolateral and so far haven't been 'dinged' for it.
Complete thread -- That's one I can't figure out...sorry. approximation would be like
Complete thread -- Knee exam: No tenderness to palpation over the *medial lateral* joint. I can't tell
Complete thread -- Once this was accomplished a skin incision was created and dissection was carried ful
Complete thread -- "drupaceous" polyp - EGD result. Maybe drupacious. Anybody help?
Complete thread -- My guess than would be that it is a neonatal trach by Arcadia? Up to you though.
Complete thread -- Just for kicks, sm for posting rules - These are printed on the top of this page.
Complete thread -- She is 5 months old
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- daughter Julie's boyfriend (no commas)
Complete thread -- She tells me that her daughter, Julies, boyfriend is out of work for 2 months.
Complete thread -- Age of patient? Arcadia does trachs, also neonatal trachs?
Complete thread -- can you post the sentence?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sestamibi stress test?? Not sure.
Complete thread -- Just a quick grammar question - it was dictated as the 2nd example
Complete thread -- Please read posting rules above. It's too hard with no context.
Complete thread -- s/l stamebi test... know this but can't "retrieve" it from my brain
Complete thread -- armamentarium
Complete thread -- At this time her trach is in place, patent with a 3-0 s/l Neo Arcadia which sm
Complete thread -- Oh, get it now! Thanx ...
Complete thread -- s/l...ar-more-mo-tar-e-um....sm
Complete thread -- dic is not saying 15
Complete thread -- FGJJGJ, can you please help me with the earlier post- [bibu and deproclamation/approx
Complete thread -- Ty, do I write it in short form or long?
Complete thread -- that works for me.
Complete thread -- acetyl 15 - acetylcysteine. MT50 got it right.
Complete thread -- Can I write it in short that way? or maybe its aceta- for acetominaphin
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- flail
Complete thread -- s/l foil chest?
Complete thread -- Carticel
Complete thread -- thanks for that BB.
Complete thread -- any idea on the s/l cartersell replacement??
Complete thread -- acetylcysteine???
Complete thread -- Outerbridge (grade) 4.
Complete thread -- He had significant Outerbridge for changes in both the patellofemoral, trochlea and
Complete thread -- He will be discharged on his usual medicines but take prednisone 60 mg daily instead
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- quasi
Complete thread -- he had worsening difficulties of lower back pain with some s/l kwasi leg
Complete thread -- Type the words "tell me step" in Search Archives. There's a thread that explains how to
Complete thread -- I would think it would be limb and not wall (see message)
Complete thread -- [ADDENDUM]: There is calcification in [the wall] of the distal [abdominal aorta] which app
Complete thread -- thank you very much ...
Complete thread -- That could work if I knew how to fit it with the context.
Complete thread -- Look in the "Search Archives" box above. I've never sent one but the instructions have
Complete thread -- approximation?
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. The space makes sense.
Complete thread -- Yes, should have realized it.
Complete thread -- Okay, but the first word - the heading - addendum?
Complete thread -- idrectik might be Adaptic? bacitracin not capped. 4x4 (small x). eighty might be ABD??
Complete thread -- ADDENDUM: There is... (distal limb of aorta?)
Complete thread -- oh, get it.thnx, and what would diprocamation be? ...
Complete thread -- How do I send a sound file? ...
Complete thread -- Does your report say [Bibu was...]? Well the word should be Viable
Complete thread -- ? I don't get your post. ...
Complete thread -- Bibu is Viable
Complete thread -- The patient had a Penrose drain used as a tourniquet around the base of the finger.
Complete thread -- If not sure, flag it
Complete thread -- okay, MT50 here is context. sounds right, just double checking because I never heard of
Complete thread -- maybe slide tackled
Complete thread -- okay. Thank you
Complete thread -- Heard that, but it is so poor quality, see if any of the symptoms of this disease match
Complete thread -- Is that what you hear?
Complete thread -- We would need full contents, before and after sentences, type of report, etc.
Complete thread -- Thank you. won't work,this report is on the spine ...
Complete thread -- Wild guess ~ Fabry disease (?)
Complete thread -- just throwin it out if aortopulmonary bypass, could be distal limb
Complete thread -- ?distal abdominal aorta
Complete thread -- ?dome
Complete thread -- side-tackled? ...
Complete thread -- while she was playing soccer she was s/l side-cycled from behind.
Complete thread -- [ATENDIN]: There is calcification in all of the distal [dumb aorta] wh ...
Complete thread -- "has difficulty with that at home"? Also, check typo on "She takes to take"
Complete thread -- 51-year-old female with a history of ___ disease
Complete thread -- could it maybe be 'inner intraosseous?' ...
Complete thread -- ty! ...
Complete thread -- She takes to take B12 shots although she has difficulty with s/l added hom?
Complete thread -- interosseous
Complete thread -- There is no evidence of abnormal enhancement within the bony structure ...
Complete thread -- Can anyone guide me on how to post a sound file ...
Complete thread -- I would like to know that too, not sure how to re-record. ...
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- out of whack
Complete thread -- Sleep pattern is markedly s/l out of lack? tx. Under General heading.
Complete thread -- I will relisten and see if that is what she is saying
Complete thread -- SL?
Complete thread -- Nitro SA 0.4 mg as needed. I cannot document the nitro SA. What is the SA?
Complete thread -- Include Lantus, multivitamin, isoniazid 300 mg _____with vitamin B6 ____ nystatin.
Complete thread -- ...or other granulamaTOUS tissue
Complete thread -- listen for "no sign of"
Complete thread -- some Google action for "U THC" and "U MET."
Complete thread -- Of note, this post was not posted by the person talking about posting correctly
Complete thread -- What is "unkind" is all the useless cr*p YOU post on here, but whatever.
Complete thread -- Thanks! You're probably right about the UTHC as well.
Complete thread -- probably referring to urine drug screen (?) ...
Complete thread -- urine methamphetamine, urine TCH?
Complete thread -- positive for "UMET" ("that would be all capital letters"), PCP, benzodiazepines,
Complete thread -- I guess I better flag. Thanks to all for the suggestions.
Complete thread -- Girl, you aren't wasting anyone's time here. We're all here of our own free will. Don't
Complete thread -- you have to re-record it, then only post that portion on here.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l "pulm" removed to me.
Complete thread -- thorn removal?
Complete thread -- s/l
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thank you both; I think it was "no show of nystagmus or versive movement."
Complete thread -- I can't get the wav to play, or its been deleted.
Complete thread -- or "not sure of" ?
Complete thread -- could it be "show of" ...
Complete thread -- question: how do i cut a sound file from a report? ...
Complete thread -- Neuro consult on infant w/seizures; no s/l *shurov* nystagmus or versive movements.
Complete thread -- chest x-ray
Complete thread -- I agree, very rude and just plain "unkind" Don't want to help? sm
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- LOL, I guess that did come out wrong. No, the reading everything twice
Complete thread -- thank you. Really, I feel bad wasting anyone's time here. Yes, I am st ...
Complete thread -- ty! ...
Complete thread -- ty ill listen out. ...
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I couldn't even find it on Google. I'm still trying to think, but so far I can't think of
Complete thread -- By the way, what was the "original" purpose of this help board? Let
Complete thread -- and, so many agreed to help this person. If you choose not to, that is your choice and
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both. Noninsulin-dependent diabetic is one phrase though.
Complete thread -- and after dependent. you can move those around in any order...
Complete thread -- , or other granuloma tissue? (I'm guessing)
Complete thread -- yep, in 3 planes
Complete thread -- after hypertensive
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Dermal skin mass overlying the inner phalange ...
Complete thread -- Are commas needed here?
Complete thread -- ty. Is the 'in' good too? ...
Complete thread -- : ) Good to have the confirmation! And couldn't have come up with that
Complete thread -- lol - we posted at the same time
Complete thread -- choreic movements?
Complete thread -- Ah, just occurred to me, *choreic* movements.
Complete thread -- recess, left
Complete thread -- chorea-like would be closest, but he's so fast I can't be sure. Thanks, all!
Complete thread -- yes 3 planes
Complete thread -- if the truth hurts, so be it. studying, whatever, was not the original purpose of
Complete thread -- NM, moving on.
Complete thread -- no problem! ...
Complete thread -- choreathetoid (CHECK SPELLING) chorea-like
Complete thread -- Oh! had that word recently but can't recall. Wish I can help YOU for a ...
Complete thread -- dyscoordinate?
Complete thread -- L5-S1 disk herniation, predominantly left lateral recess left neural foramen.
Complete thread -- Further imaging evaluation is needed with post-contrast MRI of the lum ...
Complete thread -- There are *coreg* movements in both legs. Pt with Parkinson's.
Complete thread -- ESL dictating on Montreal Cognitive Assessment test. Anyone familiar? I've
Complete thread -- Oh, okay. thanks.
Complete thread -- online ...
Complete thread -- I can't find "tubarii" as a word.
Complete thread -- If you don't mind me asking, where do you get your sound files? Is this an on-line class
Complete thread -- If I'm reading correctly, her being here a a whole lot lately is getting
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you though I am only studying, not working ...
Complete thread -- present and past medical history makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- Good idea. Perhaps your instructor can clear that up for you.
Complete thread -- It looks like you are going to be using this board for a while, so how about
Complete thread -- a big guess, but P = primary attending ? and you need to see dictation, not dictate
Complete thread -- thnx. Just wasn't sure I heard that-it's my flag ...
Complete thread -- since they are evaluating for ? I'd think it is a condition, maybe osteitis?
Complete thread -- Well, I thought that was it, but when I go back to listen again, she
Complete thread -- I'd agree. Open sounds so much like local and then he says "uh" and then
Complete thread -- just as you said- 1 A G 1. anyone have any ideas? google seems to show 1AG1, but.
Complete thread -- my opinion is local wound care. ?
Complete thread -- how is that pronounced. spelled out one-A-G-one? not that it matters,
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- no clue, might be a code for him, but why do you have brackets on [present and]
Complete thread -- What are the 'P's referring to?- CHEIF COMPLAINT: Dyspnea. For details ...
Complete thread -- not sure if he is saying "uh"or "and". What is your
Complete thread -- your 'os' is torus tuberius but i'm still looking on the taylor/talar part for verificatio
Complete thread -- I'd say just local wound care makes best sense and especially if you're hearing "uh" right
Complete thread -- Pt evaluated for torus *toe-bar-eye os-tay-lor* of the mandible. I can
Complete thread -- "google" didn't cap it - it IS capped
Complete thread -- which was treated with open wound care and local wound care in the emergency room
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- How do you type this? 1AG1 endometrial cancer?
Complete thread -- ...definitely do NOT "go with" what you think you heard now that it is gone
Complete thread -- here's an idea why...
Complete thread -- Maybe the HHH is what the glucometer reads when it is too high?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much shoots. "
Complete thread -- telangectasias
Complete thread -- She has a 2 cm well-circumscribed scalp mass with no lymphadenopathy and no _____
Complete thread -- what is HHH - maybe his initial glucose was 888 ?
Complete thread -- yep, found that too
Complete thread -- when I googled novolog a --- NovoLog Aspart came up. not sure what the "amine" is.
Complete thread -- "Novolog aspartamine"
Complete thread -- I don't know. It sounds like 2 ulcers to me the way he describes it. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thank you, shoots. How would you punctuate that? There is only 1 wound, but he says and
Complete thread -- venous ulcer and his lateral
Complete thread -- is here for a followup of his left leg __ ulcer. His lateral ulcer
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- ankle jerks, not ankles jerks
Complete thread -- I swear I heard something about the knees and then to the toes.
Complete thread -- so we are able to plot whether he is actually, thank you!!
Complete thread -- 1+ in all areas of the? (you have in in ) (downgoing 1 word)
Complete thread -- One time this OP said they had already "sent" the report, so God only knows
Complete thread -- OneLook -- dys*nesis
Complete thread -- dysdiadochokinesis
Complete thread -- that is berry true
Complete thread -- couple of ?s
Complete thread -- all i can make out is the last word - actually continuing with the ...
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- keep a diary of his food intake and also his weekly weight ??????? continuing with th
Complete thread -- but did you look up its meaning? It is important to do so.
Complete thread -- a lot of stumbling & stuttering in there. sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- V and B sound very similar no matter what the language ; )
Complete thread -- thanks - looks like our friend was putting a space after the * (see below shouting)
Complete thread -- you have a great memory! I had forgotten that - a classic thread.
Complete thread -- yes, I get the same 32 answers, including levoscoliosis
Complete thread -- Iknow on the wav it sounds like medrol, but on the original voice file it sounds like an
Complete thread -- you bet! ...
Complete thread -- yes, external iliac
Complete thread -- Ugh, I can't confirm. I hate when they mumble :s I will have to blank, ...
Complete thread -- describes his pain as radiating from the back to the __ and into his left elbow
Complete thread -- OK, great - no need to shout about it. Now you will never forget levoscoliosis :o)
Complete thread -- sounds like Medrol to me?
Complete thread -- wonder which one? external iliac?
Complete thread -- not sure why you say it is not Medrol (but don't guess on allergies)
Complete thread -- left extended ?
Complete thread -- external profundoplasty
Complete thread -- OneLook or Google - the tool has to be used correctly
Complete thread -- ..was seen in the Vascular Surgery Clinic today. She had an a ...
Complete thread -- not sure if this helps but...
Complete thread -- "not
Complete thread -- I posted a wav
Complete thread -- Going with costimulatory pair inhibitor. Saw hits for costimulation pair
Complete thread -- that's not what I meant at all : (
Complete thread -- nadolol? Really would not guess at an allergy, flag it if not positive
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I hadn't googled quite that way. Not that (see below), but thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes thanx I noticed google capped it. I meant to correct that. Thanx a ...
Complete thread -- Ah, now I can hear *costimulatory pair* inhibitor. I'll go research
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: NEDROL. Hear clearly Nedrol (not medrol), any ideas?
Complete thread -- OK MY BAD JUST GOT IT! I TYPED * (SPACE) SCOLIOSIS. THATS WHERE I GOT ...
Complete thread -- google liboscoliosis (not two words, like libo scoliosis)
Complete thread -- I gave you FLAIR in caps on purpose. Please look it up.
Complete thread -- CTLA4
Complete thread -- wow.than I guess I'm just not as bright as you. ...
Complete thread -- I did google libo scoliosis but saw nothing in what I was looking for. ...
Complete thread -- costimulation modulator inhibitor?
Complete thread -- I don't understand that. I got 32 answers, including levoscoliosis.
Complete thread -- Can anyone read through if this all makes sense, and second sentence s ...
Complete thread -- yes you can...
Complete thread -- We decided to go with Orencia, which is a *cose-tih-mih-lah-turi* pair inhibitor.
Complete thread -- wasn't talking about levoscoliosis when said remotely close. I put '*s ...
Complete thread -- if you google liboscoliosis, google SUGGESTS levoscoliosis
Complete thread -- You probably forgot the asterisk (*) - *scoliosis brings up all the words that end with
Complete thread -- thank you sm. Yeah I guess that's because you've got WHOLE LOT more e ...
Complete thread -- one more thing...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. Yes I did google but isn't written there as one phr ...
Complete thread -- I believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Please see message regarding abdominal aortography...
Complete thread -- solve?
Complete thread -- s/l sloob the problem TIA!
Complete thread -- anvil used in hernia repair as well
Complete thread -- Thank you. I am new to ENT and having difficulty. Thank you again.
Complete thread -- French, like with a bougie
Complete thread -- yes (google: Conus terminates at L1-2)
Complete thread -- s/l "frentz"? ENT unit of measurement. Please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- Looks good to me.
Complete thread -- here's what I did
Complete thread -- In continuing my last post, can this sentence stand alone? [Conus term ...
Complete thread -- Google Baker Act - It is a psych law thing. You need to rewind
Complete thread -- oh, I was way out there, parenteral.
Complete thread -- pill (pail is what it sounds like)
Complete thread -- wav file, pretty sure I know this but not positive. Thanks
Complete thread -- I told you EXACTLY how to find "levoscoliosis" and you found nothing.
Complete thread -- you can try clicking the "No Balloons" above SM
Complete thread -- I think its more of a bowel resection and anastomosis - anvil is used in those where they
Complete thread -- the hint was to check OneLook - not Google. Levoscoliosis IS there.
Complete thread -- huh? no dissection "required"? Dissection is a "defect" a splitting, needing correction sm
Complete thread -- What do you mean, Mgt, a "clean word board." ?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU YES ITS THORACOLUMBAR LEVOSCOLIOSIS. if anyone can tell me h ...
Complete thread -- and sometimes my dictators just dictate number for the parts (D1, D2, D3, D4)
Complete thread -- word board, nor do I have access to a use-worthy yahoo email platform. Wah! boohoo!!
Complete thread -- I have no access to a "clean"
Complete thread -- (you have to try to look up some of this stuff)
Complete thread -- once again, I typed "*scoliosis" in the OneLook box above
Complete thread -- after lots of hunt and peck, I think it's a hernia repair
Complete thread -- consider: using the GUIDANCE of a suture passer
Complete thread -- could someone please convey to billybob: something went bonkers w/ WB site plat-
Complete thread -- since there is a duodenal cap, as shoots says, I'd go with cap.
Complete thread -- Looks like it's more commonly called the ampulla (first part of duodenum)
Complete thread -- actually, that's my preference! (cleaner and easier to read)
Complete thread -- bet it was Pen(icillin) G, but just a guess
Complete thread -- so would you put cap or CAP? He does say cap further down in the same sentence would you
Complete thread -- listen for 128
Complete thread -- gosh, those are all great thoughts, I have no idea which one to go with, thank you all for
Complete thread -- What kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- learn something new everyday! thanks for that info!!
Complete thread -- Spanish-first-language speakers commonly think of "b" and "v" as equals, or pronounce 1 4
Complete thread -- I doubt a 16-month-old was smoking anything!
Complete thread -- of the duodenal cap was what I was thinking
Complete thread -- There is a duodenal cap
Complete thread -- she IS back (not HAS back)
Complete thread -- hey, how about "CAP" for chronic active peptic duodenitis? hmmm
Complete thread -- conflict: no recent bony injury vs acute bony injury
Complete thread -- that's what I heard too shoots, but it didnt make sense to me?
Complete thread -- cap?
Complete thread -- ditto for me. I don't know "ten-gee" but I'd love to learn.....
Complete thread -- ?? chronic ?? or ??peptic?? but it sounds like it starts with the "k" sound.
Complete thread -- Correct, long I
Complete thread -- it's the "long" I sound??
Complete thread -- I can't find anything like that s/l - Gore, Concept, Quattro... but not your word. sorry
Complete thread -- he was found to have some nonspecific gastritis and (????? duodenitis and was actuall
Complete thread -- OK. Thanks for clarification..... (thinking........
Complete thread -- correct lb ...
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine olbiques (radiographic view)
Complete thread -- agree. Usually one expects a period after the word "drift."
Complete thread -- can you tell me where you researched it , I used onelook and found not ...
Complete thread -- I don't think it's glitch, very clear dictator. Definitely the "gl" "eye" "sh" sound.
Complete thread -- signal intensity on FLAIR
Complete thread -- to me, "glitch" means a mistake, something unintended, some impediment or some accident
Complete thread -- no - read below. she wasn't talking about levoscoliosis, she's talking about
Complete thread -- wow you're all so helpful! I'm working on it still... thnx everyone ...
Complete thread -- TY mean "thank you." And "UR" means "your." When it came to text messaging, I was last
Complete thread -- what was the answer so that it'll go into Archives?
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- *glitch* ??
Complete thread -- In "Margaret speak," ty and
Complete thread -- I thought "with suture passer" - there are several brand names out there.
Complete thread -- no she didn't
Complete thread -- ditto. Exactly what I wanted to ask.....I'm wondering "glitch"????........
Complete thread -- what is the whole sentence, words before & after suture passer?
Complete thread -- I think filical lumbar = thoracolumbar
Complete thread -- Anyone ever hear of "glish suture passer"? Very clear dictator, can't reference.
Complete thread -- aortic arch cannot be avoided (there is no aortic dissection required)
Complete thread -- hmmm,...okay, I'll bite,.....no, I don't think so.
Complete thread -- correct. It's just about anatomy.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses otherwise, three limbs, positive and regular
Complete thread -- seizure disorder remained controlled. Organic brain syndrome, stable
Complete thread -- amputation has to be above something//pulses are
Complete thread -- peripheral pulses otherwise... something. PS: You left out knee (above-knee)
Complete thread -- The patient’s other medical conditions include ____ controlled. ___ systems stable.
Complete thread -- bleachers?
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Wav not updated yet, still has the old one.
Complete thread -- NM. As soon as I sent that, I had an aha moment. Thanks
Complete thread -- Peripheral pulses of the ____ is positive and regular.
Complete thread -- Staph resistent to s/l 10 gee. TIA!
Complete thread -- levoscoliosis? OP says that answer is not "remotely close."
Complete thread -- finger and hand movements?
Complete thread -- I'm sure it is not as helpful as someone giving you the answers.
Complete thread -- since doing abd aortogram(checking to see if dissection) would seem sm
Complete thread -- The poster calls is studying, that's all I know.
Complete thread -- I agree, Darlene. From what I see, though, she isn't working, she is studying.
Complete thread -- lumbar levoscoliosis - lumbar vertebral - normally aligned. 012 is L1-2.
Complete thread -- There is no drift. *inberger* hand movements are normal.
Complete thread -- Slightly deviated to the MTP. Not sure on your section #4 though.
Complete thread -- Don't know if this helps, but here is literature about such.
Complete thread -- The abdominal aorta (not the heart). Those arteries are in and around that area.
Complete thread -- praxis?
Complete thread -- funny - I type "*scoliosis" and I get 32 answers, 2 start with "L", and 1 is your word.
Complete thread -- Language and s/l practices
Complete thread -- Please see message. Why are they going over the aortic arch?
Complete thread -- tried, got nothing remotely close. ...
Complete thread -- The patient has bunions on his feet. see inside for s/l
Complete thread -- I left out some words"from the little amount of her posts, I have read
Complete thread -- From the little of her posts, she is doing "in depth" reports, way to hard sm
Complete thread -- BILLYBOB can you assist her (JND) in wav recording instructions
Complete thread -- how do i do the recording? ...
Complete thread -- ty ill try it, I do use it many times, not always helpful ...
Complete thread -- From what poster has said in the past, poster is "studying."
Complete thread -- I would flag entire report unless can post a voice file, see mess.
Complete thread -- Haven't seen "archie" in awhile.....I remember that conversation, lol
Complete thread -- also searching OLUMBAR brings up thoracolumbar.
Complete thread -- research tip - SM
Complete thread -- [fisly] mild broad-based [filical] lumbar [libo] scoliosis and the lum ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks, I think that makes sense.
Complete thread -- AMA?
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten
Complete thread -- knife-like?
Complete thread -- same patient for hysterectomy. WAV
Complete thread -- She does have severe breast pain occasionally that is s/l night s/l flag. Occasional
Complete thread -- excellent, thanks!
Complete thread -- driving
Complete thread -- Patient with menorrhagia and fibroid uterus. WAV
Complete thread -- thank you. wasnt sure I heard the vertebrae. Trying to figure out what ...
Complete thread -- Catheter connected to
Complete thread -- removed _______ continuous bladder
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- were broken up into multiple small pieces and were irrigated out of the bladder
Complete thread -- mild facet arthropathy?
Complete thread -- vertebrae (plural of vertebra)
Complete thread -- into small pieces and _____ out of the bladder.
Complete thread -- [Lumbar spine of the blyks] DATED: ___ [DATE]. CLINICAL BRIEF: ...
Complete thread -- Probably sounding out the 10.0
Complete thread -- Would think dictator is referring to the 10 mm fascial defect as used laparoscopically
Complete thread -- Next, the *ten oh* trocar fascial defect was repaired using #0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- found it. It's Triple C's.
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