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Complete thread -- his denial of life insurance?
Complete thread -- lactate is a verb
Complete thread -- Lactaid. Enzyme supplement.
Complete thread -- suggest: APA (American Psychological Association)
Complete thread -- It's not a run-on sentence, it is a long sentence. Big difference.
Complete thread -- It
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- SM (i hear aba)
Complete thread -- He has benefited from the ___ (ABA???) approach, however
Complete thread -- single live intrauterine gestation approximately 7 weeks and 2 days. T ...
Complete thread -- thanks you!
Complete thread -- can be capsules to help digest dairy
Complete thread -- hyperkeratoses nm
Complete thread -- I think he's just saying "wrist where the CT is."
Complete thread -- Isn't Lactaid milk? that wouldn't be right.
Complete thread -- treated with liquid nitrogen?
Complete thread -- seborrheic dermatitis
Complete thread -- I think he's saying CTS for carpal tunnel syndrome but not sure what words precede
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I have treated a few solar hyperkeratosis on his face, and he *is with?* liquid nitro
Complete thread -- There is some tenderness over the dorsoradial aspect of the wrist wher ...
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: He has a history of diabetes.
Complete thread -- I'd leave out some of those ands.
Complete thread -- patent for potent makes sense.
Complete thread -- I have arranged for him to have a CT of his abdomen. *Also, blood has been taken for
Complete thread -- I have reviewed the patient today following his hospitalisation for nasal septoplasty
Complete thread -- 1-year-old, VUR, hydronephrosis
Complete thread -- In that case, I wouldn't put the mg in. My main account prefers we do, even if not
Complete thread -- As dictated when it comes to meds. Mispronounced, blank it. Misspell it, flag.
Complete thread -- We type verbatim where I work, and if they don't say 'mg' - I don't type it.
Complete thread -- or decorticated?
Complete thread -- nevermind, think he means corticated, he stutters.
Complete thread -- Foot x-ray "ah-cord-ih-cay-ted"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's how I do it too. Want to hear other responses as well.
Complete thread -- I've never seen it used officially with a dash, though doctors may dictate it with a dash,
Complete thread -- I use slash, same as I do for all compound meds, and mg only typed once at the end to
Complete thread -- s/l Tradjenta
Complete thread -- How do you type Sinemet 25/100 (and similar meds)?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Metformin, ___, Synthroid, fluoxetine, simvastatin, Prilo ...
Complete thread -- (as suggested by helper SSEP) definition for future & why sm
Complete thread -- Did some research and high normal is 60 for an infant, so I am going with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- He does say the infant breathes fast, but... Respiratory rate 89?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Probably have digital readouts if dictating
Complete thread -- *do* not *to*
Complete thread -- agree...stenosis is what they're talking about. bilateral modifies the stenosis.
Complete thread -- I'd type verbatim with no guessing.
Complete thread -- depends on your account specs. some of mine you to adjust widows/orphans, others don't,
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm trying to figure out how to do that without the first page looking empty on
Complete thread -- NO... I called the nurses station and verified it!
Complete thread -- wasn't asking what it meant; was asking how to type it
Complete thread -- no... you need to move something from bottom of first page down to go with...
Complete thread -- If cc line doesn't fit on page, can it go on a 2nd page by itself?
Complete thread -- sustained?
Complete thread -- if dictated 9.5, then put 9.5.
Complete thread -- Thanks, already gone to QA.
Complete thread -- warfarin?
Complete thread -- point 5 or 1/2 for half a minute....
Complete thread -- There was good continued interactivity and wave _____ of EEG appreciated throughout t
Complete thread -- s/l Waffle
Complete thread -- s/l "stand." Maybe means jogging in place, standing in the same
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- during the workout days when she was doing more ___ jogging
Complete thread -- Could mean 20/40 during the day, 20/50 at night, or could mean
Complete thread -- SSEP ?
Complete thread -- SES CP monitor was indicated prior to intubating the patient
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. I'll go back and listen for that. : )
Complete thread -- ?peritoneal
Complete thread -- No liver or *perry-sinnul* nodules, obvious local extension, ascites...
Complete thread -- never mind - got it -- its and "in stirrups
Complete thread -- pt was placed in the lithotomy position and *instilled* with appropriate padding
Complete thread -- I agree.
Complete thread -- I would still think it was Coban being that you hear the "ban"
Complete thread -- eye doc stating vision 20/40/50 ? should I put 20/40 to 20/50??
Complete thread -- *kill-ban* wrap applied following amputation of toes. SM for exact context
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- and now relistening (next day), think "was injected, showing posterior epidural
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you!!
Complete thread -- long healed lumbar sacral incision.
Complete thread -- pain on range of extension.
Complete thread -- Neuro exam
Complete thread -- yes, "yellow or red sand or gravel"
Complete thread -- Stenosis is a singular noun, darlene, and stenosis is the subject.
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- s/l Mpac
Complete thread -- They usually say something about epidural spread of the contrast after injection. He's too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think that's "negative" aspiration, not
Complete thread -- Isovue-200 dye is all I've picked up so far. Will listen some
Complete thread -- After appropriate needle position had been confirmed, _____ had been o ...
Complete thread -- yeah. looks like one of his pet phrases. thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- All I can pick up is the last word, procedure. Usually hear something about alternatives,
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Would think "suctioned dry"
Complete thread -- Surgical wound was irrigated with normal saline and *sectioned dried/s ...
Complete thread -- The patient understood all the risks and benefits _____ ...
Complete thread -- agree, no changes (bilateral--- which "are" also etc
Complete thread -- Ya know what, you really make yourself look bad, uninformed, ignorant.
Complete thread -- The "are" in the last line should be "is" because stenosis is
Complete thread -- Had he said BreathTek UBT, then that is a brand name.
Complete thread -- Since its not a brand name, no capitals.
Complete thread -- Poll: Which is the proper way to write ...
Complete thread -- <giggles at the thought>
Complete thread -- or precertified (for insurance to pay for it?)
Complete thread -- ?? express some drainage??
Complete thread -- (I googled by using just blue wound care) and it was the first thing that came up.
Complete thread -- Hydrofera Blue
Complete thread -- no changes IMO
Complete thread -- 77-year-old female patient with a history of a TIA approximately one y ...
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now. Will flag.
Complete thread -- ...has failed Wound Gel. *Hypa-phor Blue* might be our next option..
Complete thread -- Why don't you try to pay attention and get a real answer instead of junk you
Complete thread -- Will you give this a rest. You are the absolutely LAST person on earth or anywhere else t
Complete thread -- Well, that wasn't it. Going to flag. Thanks, anyway!
Complete thread -- you got it!
Complete thread -- wondering if it is fibrotic since it is referred to again in the report?
Complete thread -- agree, see list (for others that sound similar)
Complete thread -- Oh, just occurred to me--probably *fibrotic.* (She's too close to mic.)
Complete thread -- A 12 cm gaping wound that has a *cry-photic* growth area to the 3 o'clock position...
Complete thread -- umm, you might need to investigate a bit further
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree with that it is slang for recertified
Complete thread -- Oh, that sounds like a possibility. Will go back for a listen on that. Thanks!
Complete thread -- supply items available in the home, all of which will be *re-certed* as needed.
Complete thread -- spasmodic?
Complete thread -- I don't know about you, but I listened to this exact wav several times yesterday.
Complete thread -- He is on *po-pan-zi-doll* for chronic GERD-like symptoms. I think
Complete thread -- Paraplegic prone to UTIs, has indwelling catheter. Recommendation was
Complete thread -- a 30-plus-year *sper-maa-tah* quad from an MVA in 1995. Please
Complete thread -- don't answer it if you don't want to
Complete thread -- "it is a med list" is not context. Diagnosis, info about pt, type of doctor, etc.
Complete thread -- rude
Complete thread -- rude
Complete thread -- wow, grow up
Complete thread -- if you look, you will see this is a different echo report from yesterday
Complete thread -- hmmm... why do people take meds? Is it for a medical problem? What could it be???
Complete thread -- no... really?
Complete thread -- no - you're getting the "t" sound from 25
Complete thread -- it is a med list
Complete thread -- found out it is acarbose 25 mg t.i.d.
Complete thread -- I would ask for context, but Darlene might accuse me of hassling the OP.
Complete thread -- he says "car boast" 25 mg tid :(
Complete thread -- Seems this is an access thing, not a closure device.
Complete thread -- carbidopa?
Complete thread -- med list s/l car boast 25 mg tid
Complete thread -- what was rude about that?
Complete thread -- Thx! ...
Complete thread -- wow, I only gave a suggestion and hope nobody thinks I posted anything below it.
Complete thread -- I would interpret that pt takes 1 dose during the day and a different dose at night
Complete thread -- I've listened to this wav the past 3 times it was posted and the doc is going too
Complete thread -- oh, thanks Oscar, must have gotten at the same time.
Complete thread -- got it, never mind
Complete thread -- "...border. Extremities without edema. Abdomen benign. No gross neurologic deficits."
Complete thread -- Cymbalta twice in med list?
Complete thread -- does not sounds like that but maybe it's the way doc is talking
Complete thread -- edema and contusion?
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: ______ benign.
Complete thread -- s/l contema?? contusion and s/l extrusion?? of the
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone.
Complete thread -- s/l exterra might be=Axera undergoing diagnostic femoral artery catheterization procedures
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I relistened, and it still s/l motors, but ty for suggestion.
Complete thread -- Ohhh stop your bull crap and be kind, just want to hassle OP, stop
Complete thread -- lying
Complete thread -- He gets pain from "lying" the wrong way. Is lying correct or s/b laying?
Complete thread -- Thanks! That's how I ended up doing it. Very short note and had to send in.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Could it be hip, mortise, thigh? I'm not sure motors makes sense right there.
Complete thread -- I would just type it as how you have it - flex meter
Complete thread -- This is how I would do it --
Complete thread -- NM.
Complete thread -- Recommended strengthening program for hip motors thigh for the knee and then calf for
Complete thread -- Doing his own rehab with a *flex meter* at home. Pt had knee replacement.
Complete thread -- let it go
Complete thread -- it is not about ways of doing a job, not about snarky. Just a simple question.
Complete thread -- well, thank you Darlene, but it was a question for this particular OP.
Complete thread -- I agree with Darlene - nicely said!
Complete thread -- be informed about your MT industry. You don't know all the ways of doing the job.
Complete thread -- some companies allow 12 and/or 24 hour turnaround to return reports sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- why? I'd like to know if I'm helping someone do their homework or their job.
Complete thread -- ?--- poster has been asking this question, posting this wav since yesterday.
Complete thread -- I hear "which appear to have..."
Complete thread -- that is a rude question
Complete thread -- they
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Please let me know when you're done so I can put up a wav. thanks
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- Impression and plan status post biopsy
Complete thread -- how long do you get to work on a single dictation? or is it a test?
Complete thread -- impression and plan:(check pathology of)small polyp, diverticulosis.I will check pathology
Complete thread -- pressure _____ at peak velocity
Complete thread -- The patient understood all the risks and benefits _____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure well _____ polyp, diverticulosis _ ...
Complete thread -- cecum, ascending colon...SM
Complete thread -- The ileocecal valve and _____ clearly visualized. The colonoscope was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- which the nurse then placed in the chart.
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE IN DETAIL: The patient _____ and allergies were confirmed. ...
Complete thread -- The risks, benefits, and alternatives to the procedure were explained ...
Complete thread -- P.O.S.T. sign for thoracic outlet syndrome?
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- No wav there, but wild guess is "complaints related to her IUD"
Complete thread -- I think I hear design too (not sure of industrial, though)
Complete thread -- suggestive of an androgen deficiency and ____(s/l complace relatant) to her IUD.
Complete thread -- it is recrudescent
Complete thread -- industrial design (design I'm not 100% certain of)
Complete thread -- He may have an echo if he has s/l recrevasent arrhythmias.
Complete thread -- He is studying architecture and ____
Complete thread -- Knee exam: 125 degrees of flexion, s/l "minus zero" degrees of extension.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input. I went with 8-inch.
Complete thread -- remove comma before and ...
Complete thread -- okay, this makes sense now sm
Complete thread -- was "deeper seated". DUH
Complete thread -- nvm. Was "
Complete thread -- ortho help
Complete thread -- could it be 'adentia' oral radiographs?
Complete thread -- Me too. Just wanted to make sure. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd hyphenate downward-going, but not sure on your base tone?
Complete thread -- I googled 8 inch oral radiograph - got some hits.
Complete thread -- "8-inch oral radiographs were taken"
Complete thread -- No, but personally I would remove "she" to make it read
Complete thread -- looks good except I'd delete "she."
Complete thread -- oh boy, thanks
Complete thread -- face symmetric, tongue midline.
Complete thread -- lower extremity. ______ symmetric tone,
Complete thread -- ?Endurant
Complete thread -- too many commas?
Complete thread -- s/l Base symmetric tone
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- I wonder if the OP is coming back?
Complete thread -- There is an ExoSeal?
Complete thread -- could it be Amplantzer?
Complete thread -- like minds...lol
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. /nm
Complete thread -- Allevyn (double check my spelling)
Complete thread -- Can you post the whole sentence? Maybe that'd help to see what words are before and after
Complete thread -- Pt w/sacral wound, cover with (s/l) *Ellavin* dressing. Looked & looked...nm
Complete thread -- Can you post the sentence it's used in?
Complete thread -- This sounds so familiar and for the life of me I can't think. I looked under Xterra, nope
Complete thread -- S/L Exterra endovascular closure device. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- That is an opinion, but thanks.
Complete thread -- fugue?
Complete thread -- fugue (state)
Complete thread -- it is SUPPOSED to be 2.... clavicle /clav·i·cle/ (klav´ĭ-k'l) collar bone; a bone, curved
Complete thread -- anterior resection?
Complete thread -- She has had no further episodes of what sounds like a prolonged s/l hu ...
Complete thread -- Just curious: collarbone or collar bone? My Sted's has it as 2 words, but I've
Complete thread -- s/l scalene intersection in list of surgeries
Complete thread -- i think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- There is no need to yell and use exclamation points.
Complete thread -- cloaca?
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will flag and suggest. I'm sure that's likely it but not 100% clear.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Never heard that before (which just means new to me!). : )
Complete thread -- S/l cla wake uh
Complete thread -- I'm bettin' on FENa Fractional excretion of sodium (FENa)
Complete thread -- bland
Complete thread -- His UA was *blunt,* with no proteinuria or WBC and 0-1 RBCs. Same note
Complete thread -- Urine studies show a sodium of 62, *ssfeen* of 1.2%. Please
Complete thread -- and gross purulence was observed from mechanical
Complete thread -- Brescia-Cimino fistula
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yep. That was it. Thank you.
Complete thread -- made first opening?
Complete thread -- Betadine scrub and Betadine paint.
Complete thread -- IT is VERY common for them to do a scrub AND paint.
Complete thread -- "and she were to resume" is wrong
Complete thread -- S2A. Thank you!
Complete thread -- abscessed and __________ mechanical lysis
Complete thread -- current
Complete thread -- Using graspers from a 5-mm port, *the skin* elevated.
Complete thread -- tachycardIC
Complete thread -- small incision was made by *sharpening* the external oblique aponeurosis.
Complete thread -- patulous
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Prozac, Lyrica, Synthroid, trazodone, hydrochlorothiazide ...
Complete thread -- one quarter! not one half.
Complete thread -- Heart Sound: Fixed Splitting, Increased Aortic Intensity. 5, Second ... The aortic compone
Complete thread -- "contacting" would make more sense to me
Complete thread -- Cardiac exam: *S to A* is diminished but audible. SM for full
Complete thread -- recurrent?
Complete thread -- There is a ___ spinal canal. There is no foraminal narrowing. There is a moderate
Complete thread -- looked flushed
Complete thread -- s/l recruited effusion
Complete thread -- spinal cord injury with paraplegia
Complete thread -- expected fair and also to be *remain see ant.*
Complete thread -- she underwent the *trans right* internal jugular venous implantation
Complete thread -- s/l freeze level
Complete thread -- I can't add/change any significant words, and as far as I can see, what you're suggesting
Complete thread -- Betadine scrub and Betadine paint
Complete thread -- Need help with wording and punctuation for prep in this operative note. Doc tends
Complete thread -- He was quite tachycardiac and ____ flush when reviewed.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- disc material "contact" the exiting l5 root. Does that make sense in context
Complete thread -- alpha-2 agonist or beta-2 agonist ? some kind of 2 agonist
Complete thread -- Not sure first part but it is 2-agonist
Complete thread -- no, the cc (mL) is the amount used, the percent is the strength of the Xylocaine - SM
Complete thread -- s/l..g-a-nor-ry to ag-o-nist...sm
Complete thread -- 0.5 mL
Complete thread -- how to type. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- If you can slow that down, you might be able to get it. He's just flying.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- more info needed
Complete thread -- The phrase is early peakING. "peak IN" is wrong.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would do this
Complete thread -- he says no AI, NO PI...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- PA pressure ______ peak velocity.
Complete thread -- Good luck. You have probably been the singlemost helpful MT for me on this board.
Complete thread -- Thanks but that's not my question. I was asking how to transcribe the words I posted.
Complete thread -- I think the next one is: normal atrial dimensions
Complete thread -- sm and also can google.com business letter setup
Complete thread -- maybe and subconjunctival blood?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help
Complete thread -- google "cheek-alar junction"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- word help - s/l cheek *lar junction.
Complete thread -- periorbital ecchymosis with left temporal s/l sub-constable blood TIA!
Complete thread -- paradoxical septal motion? calculated valve area
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates as follows: "Regarding John Doe versus Packaging Corporation of
Complete thread -- multiple ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- best heard at
Complete thread -- early peaking 2/6 to 3/6 crescendo-decrescendo murmur best heard
Complete thread -- it is 2/6 to 3/6 when talking about murmurs (per the BOS) but IN makes sense.
Complete thread -- have a blank in here... added mp3
Complete thread -- early peak *in* 2-3/6
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- Is this written ok? E/A reversal of mitral inflow and pressure unable ascertain ____
Complete thread -- thanks... that is what I heard
Complete thread -- 90-mm?
Complete thread -- vasectomy
Complete thread -- but I listened to the wav file, and he didn't say steroid, he said sterilely.
Complete thread -- he has a past history of _____, spermatocele.
Complete thread -- Maybe meaning plastic surgery surgeon to assist with closure.
Complete thread -- Maybe slight.
Complete thread -- status post total knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cefzil is what i hear
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- allergies: amoxicillin ____ sulfa, Rocephin, peanuts,treenuts, beans,asparagus,chickp
Complete thread -- "plastic" closure for spine. Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- He had body-wide pain from his toes up to his head.
Complete thread -- biopsy, 2 cc of Lidocaine?
Complete thread -- biopsy Tuesday ______without epinephrine
Complete thread -- He had _______ pain from his pelvis up to his head.
Complete thread -- fungal balls? If not, upper tracts of what?
Complete thread -- s/l fungal falls
Complete thread -- I only used it for a while, but I remember Shorthand having one of the best
Complete thread -- Personally, I wouldn't have even questioned that.
Complete thread -- The scout film appears to show some moderate secondary degenerative ch ...
Complete thread -- 6 mL of lidocaine and steroid (this is a standard way to do
Complete thread -- any mention of multiple sclerosis (MS) Rebif would fit
Complete thread -- could have been 2 proedures here, lidocaine as well as steroid
Complete thread -- nitinol is an alloy...
Complete thread -- "Nightenall" wire (sm)
Complete thread -- left Cimino creation is my guess. Cimino fistula.
Complete thread -- 6 mL of lidocaine was injected sterilely into the knee. lidocaine isn't a steroid.
Complete thread -- New dictator. WAV sent. See message. Ortho knee.
Complete thread -- and it's obviously a brand name of calcium...
Complete thread -- i am missing little word
Complete thread -- Got it - he's talking about 20-degree cranial tilt, 30-degree deviation, just shortening
Complete thread -- Nah, just lucky to find the info which matched your context so well.
Complete thread -- Thanks - that is what I am thinking.
Complete thread -- Well, my post confusing. I didn't google it as shown inside on top line...
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- Maybe a slash? I saw it on Google. Here's how I googled it...
Complete thread -- Wow. You are really amazing
Complete thread -- sm (read last paragraph)
Complete thread -- Commas needed?
Complete thread -- Nope.
Complete thread -- I wanted to ask your opinion. I hear T1 T2, but not sure how that makes sense
Complete thread -- history of *lis-toe-mee-no* creation and left brachiobasilic AV loop graft....
Complete thread -- cervical epidural injection was done ____left parasagittal with catheter at 5-6.
Complete thread -- The differential diagnosis is broad and obviously includes typhoid, no ...
Complete thread -- Radiofrequency ablation settings - D: 20 30-degree oblique deviation fluoroscopy bea
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh. My spelling was so far off I would never have found it! Thanks
Complete thread -- Yup! Thank you!
Complete thread -- sural (lower extremity)
Complete thread -- sural
Complete thread -- sounds like cheryl
Complete thread -- i hear random persistent impulsivity consistent....
Complete thread -- tradjenta?
Complete thread -- Tradjenta (see if that fits the dose.
Complete thread -- s/l trecinta
Complete thread -- maybe butting?
Complete thread -- sounds pretty clear "head biting". Does that make sense?
Complete thread -- Thanks Archie and nm. Sounds like consistent or persistent. I uploaded a
Complete thread -- a debatable point, but there should be an apostrophe - weeks' gestation.
Complete thread -- BOS pg 28: expressions of time, measurement, and money
Complete thread -- I use 32-1/7 weeks' gestation.
Complete thread -- I have two guesses. SM
Complete thread -- persistent?
Complete thread -- i was wondering hte same. guess i will flag
Complete thread -- random "assistant" or "system" impulsivity consistent with ADHD
Complete thread -- yw - I tried it with neu because of the neuropathy and got lucky!
Complete thread -- Ty! I couldn't get Google to suggest/bring it up w/ many different spellings.
Complete thread -- thank you! Obstetrics is my least favorite (and no personal experience either) thanks agai
Complete thread -- (her EDC is July 6)
Complete thread -- 32 and 1/7 weeks
Complete thread -- She is currently at 32 and one seven weeks gestation? how to type?
Complete thread -- maybe hearing PFU panel? or PSU panel?
Complete thread -- s/l PFE resistance panel? (TB)
Complete thread -- Google says yes to 80 mg.
Complete thread -- IVCD
Complete thread -- yes, intraventricular conduction delay
Complete thread -- NeuRemedy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- bradycardia with an _____ consistent with
Complete thread -- Recommendation for s/l nuremedy to treat her neuropathy.
Complete thread -- today demonstrates a sinus bradycardia with an *IVCD* consistent with a right bundle
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nvr mind. found it ...
Complete thread -- dental suture extraction proc
Complete thread -- Thank you :) ...
Complete thread -- hear corticollis but maybe means torticollis?
Complete thread -- Would 80 mg fit as he definitely isn't saying 81 mg. ...
Complete thread -- he has dextro _____.
Complete thread -- Sennosides - nm
Complete thread -- Thanks--that's what I'd put inside my post, but I have no idea what it means...
Complete thread -- Bard is the brand name of a blood pressure cuff. barred makes no sense.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- eccentric-type interaction?
Complete thread -- ASA (aspirin) usual dose is 81 mg (not 88). Not sure if typo or doc dictated.
Complete thread -- Well, got first one: collided with it. Still working on other one if anyone wants to take
Complete thread -- ?? Do not know cardiology well, but this is what I hear...
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS ON DISCHARGE Atorvastatin 80 mg p.o. daily. Amlodipi ...
Complete thread -- PVCs (I think she just stumbles a bit on that)
Complete thread -- Ortho note. Does this make sense? Elderly male seen for shoulder pain.
Complete thread -- The mitral valve ______ myxomatous ____ showing any calcification.
Complete thread -- APCs and rare _______. The patient was
Complete thread -- Nvm, chewable. ...
Complete thread -- MEDICATION: ASA s/l tubal?? 88 mg p.o. daily. ...
Complete thread -- I listened a few more times, it must be barred, which makes more sense.
Complete thread -- Is there a "barbed" blood pressure cuff?
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery: multiple s/l seriolead, depressions, surface irregularities
Complete thread -- Oh MT50, I will miss you.
Complete thread -- ah, that's probably it!
Complete thread -- Do you think he means Rebif? nm
Complete thread -- I can hear it but can't figure out what the heck it is. s/l "replif or retlif"
Complete thread -- CURRENT MEDICATIONS: _____ injection, Sectral 200 mg daily
Complete thread -- genioplasty via osteotomy and hydroxyapatite implant
Complete thread -- Ah, we're going to miss you! Thank you SO much for your expertise here!
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- silhouettes
Complete thread -- Cardiac, hilar and mediastinal *thoughts* are within normal limits
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Good luck and thanks for your help over the years!!!
Complete thread -- Wow MT50, you have been so helpful to everyone here.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Best of luck!! Your vast experience has been a great help to many of us!
Complete thread -- You will be missed!!! Thank you to you!
Complete thread -- ohhh, goodness. Thanks for all your help. Good wishes on your new venture
Complete thread -- I've been looking but can't find that info, maybe I'll contact them. thanks.
Complete thread -- Stop in and visit sometime! Good luck, MT50! You have been a tremendous help here.
Complete thread -- pcshorthand.com
Complete thread -- Good luck on this new chapter of your life! Best wishes!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Saying goodbye...
Complete thread -- I think you can do that because one of the techs at the company I worked at when I got it
Complete thread -- I think its fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Stat report--need punctuation help, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- I've looked at it quickly, do you know if you can import into Shorthand from another s.m.
Complete thread -- KITTY if QA gives you the aortic graft name, please share sm
Complete thread -- thanks, will look into it.
Complete thread -- as with the cardiac murmur 2/6 to 3/6 when they say 2-3 out of 6,
Complete thread -- odd way of saying with no pain other than with leg raising test, but makes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I use Shorthand 10 but have to renew the license every year to continue
Complete thread -- I would say just 3-4/5
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- raising test in the upright position *with no pain other than with such* testing.
Complete thread -- says: three hyphen four four slash five
Complete thread -- He really pronounced it UNAE; he actually did tests for chlamydia and ...
Complete thread -- Not just saying "urine" or even "UA" (though latter not really correct in that
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Yes. (I have docs who often do that, too.)
Complete thread -- Questioning "systemically." Please see message.
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- thanks, unfortunately, the software we use for our radiology is based on wordpad, s.m.
Complete thread -- If you use MS Word, I use the autocorrect in that and have tons
Complete thread -- they do, we're just trying to test different programs. Very small hospital s.m.
Complete thread -- I would think if you work in a hospital, they supply the computer, they
Complete thread -- for arthritis also?
Complete thread -- medication, meloxicam, and ______ also.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear the word overactive in there before bladder, but cannot get the word just before it
Complete thread -- Word expander program recommendations?? s.m.
Complete thread -- urinary tract symptoms, _______active bladder, some prosthetic
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Yes (see link)
Complete thread -- Unithroid 175 mcg, ______ daily, valsartan/hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- There was marked *breast* attenuation.
Complete thread -- inevitably?
Complete thread -- lab are s/l enviably normal. TIA!
Complete thread -- hypocoiled umbilical cord, which is a variable cause of infant death???
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- You have two items marked as No. 6.
Complete thread -- ahh, yep, could be considered too
Complete thread -- might be given like a degree/scale(light touch deficit) "number 1-10 sort of thing
Complete thread -- Chest tube placed to watered seal. (might just be dictator way/style word or stutter sm
Complete thread -- Maybe Tridil for the CHF.
Complete thread -- might be saying a generic name for erectile dysfunction meds.
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- contents
Complete thread -- sinus s/l contacts were resected TIA!
Complete thread -- I looked ending in del, dal, dil, tal, tel, til, came up with nada
Complete thread -- sent on - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- See inside please. Med help needed
Complete thread -- the 'tail" might be: revealing a tear (the supraspinatus tendon)
Complete thread -- If he is saying, "labored" or "laborer," then his ending is way off. It sounds exactly li
Complete thread -- Regardless of Amazon, it appears CryoWrap is trademarked.
Complete thread -- thanks nm!
Complete thread -- Flagged it.
Complete thread -- family
Complete thread -- She works as a ____ assistant and has a 2½-year-old.
Complete thread -- I just found it..FEES study. Thanks anyway! Sorry for bothering you! ...
Complete thread -- mental retardation and speech therapy
Complete thread -- I'm lost on lambert and leibert - I dont see where either of those
Complete thread -- Chest tube placed to "watered" seal. Not saying "water" seal. Make sense anyway?
Complete thread -- ok, I was thinking that too but wanted to be sure, thanks nm!
Complete thread -- sounds like she stumbles over full stop?
Complete thread -- pelvic ultrasound which were both normal apart from a fibroid uterus ____.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- No, hard "t" sound on end. I was wondering about liebert?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- laborer?
Complete thread -- http://www.amazon.com/B-Cool-Cryo-Wrap-Large-Packs/dp/B006L8MP5S
Complete thread -- He says he has interview tomorrow at glass factory for a s/l labert position.
Complete thread -- Not in Stedman's: Cryo wrap, CryoWrap or Cryowrap? Anyone have reference with it?
Complete thread -- review of orthpedic records... a few questions????
Complete thread -- Good idea. Not even sure there is such a word as number? Too confusing.
Complete thread -- could you change it "more numb"
Complete thread -- How to spell number?? as in not feeling pain....doesn't look right
Complete thread -- Thank you - much appreciated. ...
Complete thread -- yes, no slash belongs there.
Complete thread -- hypertrichosis?
Complete thread -- hyperkeratosis?
Complete thread -- Not sure, but it is aortic aneurysm (no slash/)
Complete thread -- skin exam
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l Sea-Tide graft?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not too close to your s/l... ceftriaxone?
Complete thread -- The patient shows some evidence and I have selected to have some of th ...
Complete thread -- thank you !
Complete thread -- Outstanding! Thanks to you both :)
Complete thread -- He may show some evidence .... select people like him
Complete thread -- candidate for that. __________evidence __________people like
Complete thread -- Glipizide? - nm
Complete thread -- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2909050 - nm
Complete thread -- zygomatic ligament (McGregor's patch)
Complete thread -- type 2 diabetes on a combination of metformin, ____ and Lantus insulin, other therapy
Complete thread -- s/l laxatone 500 mg
Complete thread -- I believe it is Jehovah's Witness.
Complete thread -- abnormalities?
Complete thread -- SMAS facelift procedure, s/l "McGregor's patch" sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He is also a Jehovah Witness.
Complete thread -- end-stage renal disease. ______
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was diazepam and retroflexed views. :) I still cannot get t ...
Complete thread -- for a great list of bacteria - check out the link above, below the 5th box.
Complete thread -- Staphylococcus lugdunensis
Complete thread -- diazepam: retroflexes in the rectum were normal (or retroflexion in the rectumwas normal)
Complete thread -- After informed consent was obtained, I did proceed with a colonoscopy. ...
Complete thread -- staph s/l leugashtanesis
Complete thread -- could this be midepigastric
Complete thread -- troponinemia? Googled - nm
Complete thread -- Would say "troponinemia"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will try that
Complete thread -- no S3?
Complete thread -- no S3?
Complete thread -- Sounds like troponemia
Complete thread -- is S1, S2, no *stree*, no murmurs, rubs or gallops.
Complete thread -- s/l uh-loo-vee-il mesh sling TIA!
Complete thread -- add thiamine, folates
Complete thread -- monitor lipase, serial enzymes, _____, folates, CIWA protocol
Complete thread -- now presenting with ______ abdominal pain
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. He says it like ethanon but pretty sure that is it.
Complete thread -- Ethanol? Just guessing, don't know if that level is right or wrong at 54 tho
Complete thread -- Oh, forgot alcohol. He has been on a binge.
Complete thread -- Patient is in or abdominal pain, self-induced vomiting.
Complete thread -- This sounds like efnon or s non. He has a bit of a lisp or something.
Complete thread -- yes, rarely used today; the point is, to "know" & use when dictated
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No icteric discoloration. HEAD: normocephalic. Heart: No S3 gallop _?_.
Complete thread -- no icteric discoloration
Complete thread -- Heart: No S3 gallop, no arrhythmia
Complete thread -- Head normocephalic.
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- No ____ discoloration/Heart: ______. Abdomen
Complete thread -- wondering if he is saying "ahhhh reflux and postraumatic..."
Complete thread -- many years for his hypertension, COPD, ______, and posttraumatic
Complete thread -- I had googled it, but the double wasn't jumping out at me, sorry, thanks
Complete thread -- intrathecal pain pump?
Complete thread -- hypertension, COPD, *ataflax*, and posttraumatic syndrome and he has history of fract
Complete thread -- patient is having laparoscopic surgery - see message
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- FNA or core needle
Complete thread -- and _____ core needle biopsy is recommended as well.
Complete thread -- s/l belly pain (do you have any old reports to see if this is her routine for ROS?)
Complete thread -- "double" bili lights?? This is in the plan for a baby being admitted with s.m.
Complete thread -- suggest: dialyzing
Complete thread -- Atrovent nebs q.4 hours p.r.n.
Complete thread -- His current medications include Bacid 2 tablets p.o. three times a day ...
Complete thread -- i actually found some links to it on google in the end
Complete thread -- His review of systems is negative for fevers, chills, chest pain, shor ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It has been brought to my attention that the individual
Complete thread -- accident. ____ the individual uses a computer
Complete thread -- This is a list of tests for the wrist or hand (don't know if that helps)
Complete thread -- I've heard of an Earle sign, but that has to do with the pelvis, not arm
Complete thread -- negative s/l Url's test or Earle's test, orthopedic test of wrist or arm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- was she involved in accident MVA
Complete thread -- one of them is carvedilol and another is clopidigrel (check spellings)
Complete thread -- med help please
Complete thread -- The patient has diabetes (sm)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- if eosinophilia is still present.
Complete thread -- cisplatin is the internationally recognized name. It was called "cis-platinum" when it
Complete thread -- there is shelf deformity ****
Complete thread -- opps, hit enter too soon. I had a onco client over 10 years, she used it
Complete thread -- does anyone else hear this? "if (?her eosinophil is still present), treating her with
Complete thread -- opps, hit enter too soon
Complete thread -- LB, it does exist (since 1977) cisplatinum
Complete thread -- I couldn't understand him at all. Between the coughing and poor audio ...
Complete thread -- love it!
Complete thread -- : o
Complete thread -- agree - no way of telling
Complete thread -- are you sure about "trapped" vs "tapped" ascites?
Complete thread -- BUT, he is also redundant saying portal hypertension and ascites twice, so I'd leave one
Complete thread -- Where he gives p/o diagnoses, sounds like he added to the 1st time, so I'd go with the 2nd
Complete thread -- first... is time. 1500 hours, since next is 1602, which is military time.
Complete thread -- Any help would be greatly appreciated
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- reached 9.5 METs and 85% of maximum age-predicted heart rate.
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- If you can't even get a sound-alike since he cuts off, there is no way of telling. That
Complete thread -- missing word, pls help
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying "her oxaliplatin" and every doc I've had
Complete thread -- he's saying laparoscopy very fast, i can hear it. the "al" from the end of abdominal is
Complete thread -- bet he means laparoscopy, but that's what it sounds like.
Complete thread -- Xelox (oxaliplatin)?
Complete thread -- removal of left ovary and s/l abdominal arthroscopy
Complete thread -- She had a CT scan of her cervical spine performed on March 26, 2012, w ...
Complete thread -- Chemo drugs
Complete thread -- s/l shelf deformity hand
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- The AAMT BOS is the proper way.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- for anyone who cant listen in to the wav he says "seezing up", but dont have a clue to wha
Complete thread -- seizing-up
Complete thread -- She states that she was still having referred kind of “___ up” into the right hip
Complete thread -- I know, I was told that, but it is such a pain to change it as I am so used to it the othe
Complete thread -- and, it is q.12 h. (q.12 space h.) No space after the 12. (per AAMT BOS)
Complete thread -- thanks. Thats what I thought, just not familiar
Complete thread -- The Opana is the main pain med, the Percocet is the "rescue" for breakthrough pain.
Complete thread -- Percocet is the rescue medicine, up to 2 a day. there ARE some days...not is.
Complete thread -- what would it be then???
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is this correct "rescue medicine"?
Complete thread -- low normal
Complete thread -- but did shown an ejection fraction that was ____.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it is paraspinal muscle
Complete thread -- s/l now based gait would be narrow-based, I agree.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- I think so. Thank you.
Complete thread -- terms of our program?
Complete thread -- q. 6h should be q.6 h. (q.6 space h.) (not q. space 6h.)
Complete thread -- We did go over the ___(s/l terferems) program.
Complete thread -- sure it is not "narrow-based" gait? "No-w" does not sound really like "wide"
Complete thread -- paraspinal muscle tenderness?
Complete thread -- thanks... will try that
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cervical s/l parasthalmus
Complete thread -- performed without ataxia.... wide-based gait
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Finger-to-nose and tandem gait is *prone* without ataxia. AND The claimant has a “no
Complete thread -- atrophy or spiculations?
Complete thread -- s/l atrophy of sticulations
Complete thread -- funduscopic?
Complete thread -- Visual fields are full. *Sinus papill* examination reveals
Complete thread -- Could it just be "very"?
Complete thread -- s/l varied ?? distal humerus fracture??
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- chipping and putting
Complete thread -- here's a funny ASR. "She teaches anguish as a second language." (that's what I speak)
Complete thread -- Fast-speaking, slurred-speech doctor talking about
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- A 2 g low cholesterol diet was advised
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- A 2 g _____ low salt diet was advised.
Complete thread -- The patient had rapid AFib, possible embolism was considered.
Complete thread -- The patient ______ for possible embolism was considered
Complete thread -- I hear "subcutaneous with 2-0 mid drain ____?"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- subcutaneous with _____ after the subcutaneous
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hear the word after patella as "including" but I think there might be another word after
Complete thread -- dry and the patella _____ after cement
Complete thread -- the 4 cuts
Complete thread -- Correct ... Google "femur sizer cutting block"
Complete thread -- the size 4, _____ anterior and posterior and the Chamfer
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l Sizer block
Complete thread -- No it is not, would be the same as saying works for state prison
Complete thread -- a dense adherent, although...
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l vansadherent
Complete thread -- He is retired corrections officer from state corrections. Would you cap state correc
Complete thread -- Thanx ...
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel incision
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Tpt has s/l finestial incision. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you. I tried and did not get it
Complete thread -- no MP3?
Complete thread -- and was bedfast?
Complete thread -- He had some fever and chills and ________.
Complete thread -- His other __________ includes schizophrenia
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- stumbles and spells GYN
Complete thread -- not really
Complete thread -- thanks for trying but it sounds like five or via and "true". Would true fit?
Complete thread -- interstitial
Complete thread -- symptoms that suggest ______ cystitis
Complete thread -- . Her mother had _______ cancer.
Complete thread -- kind of redundant, but could it be of the L2 lumbar vertebra?
Complete thread -- See link for drugs.Com phonetic search (it suggests Vimpat)
Complete thread -- lumbar spondylosis (via true) or (five-two) or (???) lumbar vertebrae
Complete thread -- from the terminal ileum?
Complete thread -- medication: Januvia, "inpat" or "impat", oxycodone
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- bowel in a retrograde fashion ____ all the way to the proximal
Complete thread -- there was a transition point?
Complete thread -- proceeded to irrigate it. _____ pneumoperitoneum and checked
Complete thread -- There was _____ from the loop of small bowel coming out of the pelvis.
Complete thread -- well that's a pretty good guess. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Flonase p.r.n. in season (meaning in allergy season)
Complete thread -- Meds: Claritin, flonase, *purin* and *season*, albuterol prn.
Complete thread -- but, certainly don't take my word for it...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Agree, the current meaning...
Complete thread -- I'd go with "the current meaning."
Complete thread -- A current __________ of her troponin is unclear
Complete thread -- not your question,
Complete thread -- Troponins are 0.404.
Complete thread -- Agree, and torsed would certainly make it ischemic.
Complete thread -- Is her troponin elevated? If so, yes it makes sense.
Complete thread -- The current *meaning* of her troponin is unclear.
Complete thread -- Wouldn't surprise me. Have heard "torsed" as well.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- torted often dictated as form of torsion, sometimes "fixed" to torsed.
Complete thread -- I've heard of visceral torsion (twisting of shape,etc.). Could it be torqued or something?
Complete thread -- perforated? Torn?
Complete thread -- could it be intake coordinator
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Of note, her husband had emergency surgery for a "torted" viscus with secondary
Complete thread -- *in-ti cordinator
Complete thread -- Yep, makes sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Ah, that is it! Thanks
Complete thread -- In my opinion, no way to tell if he means DTRs zero in biceps and triceps or zero in
Complete thread -- dictated as such (SM) how should I put the commas?
Complete thread -- Must be alcoholic liver cirrhosis. Thank you ...
Complete thread -- or AOC? advanced ovarian cancer
Complete thread -- could be alcoholic liver cirrhosis
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Hartmann pouch
Complete thread -- frontal
Complete thread -- The patient has no significant family history of developmental delay, ...
Complete thread -- sounds like heart rampaws junction
Complete thread -- s/l final sinuses
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Based on allergy test, we will see...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- including morphine. (sounds like he says includes morphine)?
Complete thread -- benzodiazepines and narcotic-containing medication ______ morphine.
Complete thread -- thanks. It sounds right
Complete thread -- Here you go. Borne might be correct... Maybe you can confirm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more context? could it be arthroscopy with need for washout?
Complete thread -- context
Complete thread -- arthroscopy with a "dees 4 washout"
Complete thread -- can you post the whole sentence?
Complete thread -- he is just changing his mind, status post bradycardia and coronary ...
Complete thread -- borne?
Complete thread -- cervical epidural steroid injection to be performed. This is ____out by the fa
Complete thread -- retrognathic
Complete thread -- plastic surgery: Chin slightly "retrignath" I am posting a
Complete thread -- CHF status post AICD, status post bradycardia with ___________ status and coronary
Complete thread -- thank you, I hear it now too.
Complete thread -- this appears mild - I *think* I hear this, can't be 100% sure.
Complete thread -- COPD. Will continue Spiriva, continue albuterol p.r.n., ______ is mild.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you! :)
Complete thread -- elucidate
Complete thread -- Patient was advised to proceed with neurosurgery consultation to ____ patient’s
Complete thread -- harbinger
Complete thread -- seizure disorder may be a s/l harpenter of a dementia
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- normal, except for potassium of 2.9
Complete thread -- Canadian
Complete thread -- yes, it's 1.016 SM
Complete thread -- nvm, saline-soaked ribbon gauze ...
Complete thread -- prophylactic right mastectomy
Complete thread -- I'd flag it since it is usually 4 digits. He may mean 1.160 and dropped the trailing zero
Complete thread -- NM, I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- Is specific gravity always expressed as x.xxx? I thought so, but he says...
Complete thread -- maybe you can find your s/l word here. (where I found rubber)
Complete thread -- rubber?
Complete thread -- lanyard?
Complete thread -- He continues to wear his transtibial prosthesis with a 3S plus s/l rat ...
Complete thread -- Nevermind, found accessory pudendal arteries
Complete thread -- s/l A-set'-a-ree pre-dendal
Complete thread -- cervical motion tenderness (CMT)?
Complete thread -- discharge, no bleeding, nontender uterus, no *C M T* no adnexal masses.
Complete thread -- new FDA Breo Ellipta (fluticasone furoate & vilanterol inhalation powder COPD
Complete thread -- mighty helpful post/info for help the OP to decide/learn, yep. nm
Complete thread -- sure did look, colorado firefighter physical & acronyms; no luck
Complete thread -- agree.. a class of medications --sm def & examples
Complete thread -- or, new heading - immunizations:
Complete thread -- dominated?
Complete thread -- ophthalmopathy is s/l dom-i-tated by anterior eye...TIA!
Complete thread -- posterior tibiotalar ligament (PTTL)?
Complete thread -- THANKS! :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Severe pes planus, 3 weeks status post left s/l*ptel* medial displacin ...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- meaning on ACE inhibitor ?
Complete thread -- CAD s/l ace and stent placement. TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l BOM firefighter physical TIA!
Complete thread -- Not really. The main constellation would still mean the main "group" and one thing isn't a
Complete thread -- if that's the sentence, follow up.
Complete thread -- Is that the entire sentence? Also, what is the heading?
Complete thread -- follow up?
Complete thread -- proximal and medial tibial augmentation
Complete thread -- I have had MANY dictate it under social history
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- ok...so he refers to one usage
Complete thread -- but he's saying the "main" - so the most important of her constellation. It fits.
Complete thread -- actually it does make sense
Complete thread -- it may be constellation but to use that in terms of 1 symptom is an incorrect usage
Complete thread -- constellation of her symptoms?
Complete thread -- s/l consolation?? but does not fit context
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- very pleasant, 51-year-old, physically active female
Complete thread -- I've had them say this under SH, but have always put it as a new heading.
Complete thread -- I'd probably put as a new heading. I haven't had any of my docs dictate
Complete thread -- I have always seen this under HEALTH MAINTENANCE or something like that.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Long shot here, but just a bit ago I had a doc mention *bulbar
Complete thread -- waning?
Complete thread -- New doc immunizations under social history or as new heading sm
Complete thread -- EMG showed mild abnormalities in the right T5 paraspinal muscle that s ...
Complete thread -- She continues to report chronic headaches, however, she feels that th ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- commas needed?
Complete thread -- meaning, first blank is "possibly" - then the rest
Complete thread -- In view of these findings, no surgical or vascular...
Complete thread -- possibly --- but the limbs are warm and well perfused.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- calcified aortic _______ with a chronic dissection ______ findings
Complete thread -- 1030
Complete thread -- Total CPK is *ten thirty* which is elevated and his troponin
Complete thread -- Sorry...no other info. I was trying to help someone else.
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too. makes sense though, to stop midstream is what I'm thinking, to
Complete thread -- more context? diagnosis, procedure, anything?
Complete thread -- topical analgesic sounds like zen-or-ex TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you :) ...
Complete thread -- intractable
Complete thread -- She has also been counselled to return to hospital should she develop ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that but I cannot verify the term...can anyone else?
Complete thread -- (?) as well as a history of...
Complete thread -- sounds like "half-mid voluntary contraction hold" if that makes sense?
Complete thread -- have therefore modified a _____ contraction hold for 5 to 10 seconds, this was all t
Complete thread -- and a lot of his words sound similar, ha! This is confirmed with the client.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but he is saying monitors.
Complete thread -- diverticulosis *inside* a history of diverticulitis in the past.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- if he will have
Complete thread -- inability to estimate _____ improvement
Complete thread -- I also hear appliances not monitors
Complete thread -- I hear standard "appliances" were applied... and "cath" (catheter)
Complete thread -- LOL, thanks! I could not hear past "calf." Too funny (me). Thank you!
Complete thread -- and cath
Complete thread -- Standard monitors were applied, including pulse oximetry, blood pressure, ______.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks heard the same thing
Complete thread -- The patient's long-term goals for admission is to undergo...??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- almost s/l comfort but not quite. maybe if you slow it down a hair, you can catch it.
Complete thread -- The patient _________ transfers, ADLs independently
Complete thread -- The patient’s __________ level upon admission
Complete thread -- pan = Plan?
Complete thread -- google it all you want, or - even better - use a dictionary. It doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- immunohistochemical staining
Complete thread -- tigecycline or Tygacil?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- etoposide ?
Complete thread -- left hilar lesion *pan*. The patient was seen ... reports including *immunino so ch
Complete thread -- med s/l togasite
Complete thread -- google: nephrogenic (would leave as dictated)
Complete thread -- sterile gauze
Complete thread -- wild guess "sterile paddles?"
Complete thread -- *Sterile bells* were used to keep the wound open.
Complete thread -- another guess, just may be Epic (hospital software) A "guess" is something to check out
Complete thread -- thank you!!!!
Complete thread -- Eritrea
Complete thread -- looking for a place (country?) s/l air-tree-uh
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- how to tell= definition "for next time"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Possibly
Complete thread -- Boerhaave
Complete thread -- s/l...bor-har-vey ...sm
Complete thread -- I'd flag that - probably misspoke and meant to say "avoid nephroTOXIC agents".
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- yep, agree, likely kidney pt. The "sound" = turbulence of blood going through the artery
Complete thread -- Can't hear the wav, but he probably came up with his own scale, so self sounds right
Complete thread -- ok, thanks so much
Complete thread -- via a scale that he has ____(self?) imposed
Complete thread -- thank you ...
Complete thread -- What is a nephrogenic agent? I think I hear "agent" there, but I am not familiar
Complete thread -- No, probably means no new Rx was written because she has her own
Complete thread -- No, just means the patient brought their own medications rom home and is
Complete thread -- s/l the patient is taking her own medications... but odd thing to say isn't it
Complete thread -- Jevtana
Complete thread -- Urology
Complete thread -- interesting. Thank you so much
Complete thread -- That's exactly what I heard, but it did not quite make sense to me. Thanks for confirming!
Complete thread -- acute related? odd. Anyway, Essentially, from a work comp standpoint,
Complete thread -- wav reposted. Thanks
Complete thread -- along with a dose of confusion!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- still old wav
Complete thread -- found this... (new one on me)
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- an acne medication (I happened to get it, but next time give us more context)
Complete thread -- I would flag. It's kind of a paradox - TSH is low, but thyroid is "elevated". SM
Complete thread -- seizures and syncope secondary to ____ medication which was discontinued
Complete thread -- wrist is with the AV fistula site which is "loud"
Complete thread -- more specifically "TSH is elevated at 0.214". Shouldnt it be low
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- perfusion
Complete thread -- Can you tell me which one it is? Profusion or perfusion? sm
Complete thread -- can someone with experience tell me if this is something that should be
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you, MT50.
Complete thread -- Don't think the first part of that sentence is part of the physical. Sounds like UA today
Complete thread -- well-developed, well-nourished
Complete thread -- you are AWESOME. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Help with urology consult, please
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- right EHL
Complete thread -- Impella (Recover)?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- exception of right dorsiflexion which is 4/5 and right _______ which 4/5.
Complete thread -- see msg please
Complete thread -- Thanks for the Google info! I was searching with avidity, which was no help.
Complete thread -- I believe the word is partially cut off
Complete thread -- flare (Google "CT flare response")
Complete thread -- Adson-Beckman's (retractor)
Complete thread -- trochanter was reopened. ________ were placed to retract
Complete thread -- Metastatic sigmoid colon cancer - FLAIR vs flare on CT/PET-CT
Complete thread -- Oncology note ...
Complete thread -- was reopened. *ats and beckmens* were placed to retract the gluteus
Complete thread -- Thank you soooooo much, KIM!
Complete thread -- striation?
Complete thread -- Jay A. Sher, M.D. Meridian Medical Associates, P.C. - Endocrinology ...
Complete thread -- do her TSH levels sound funny? how can they be elevated at 0.214??
Complete thread -- The use of PFL for the repair of giant retinal tears has been pioneered by Stanley
Complete thread -- eye surgery s/l PFL
Complete thread -- Sounds like Dr. Shir, but cant document, cant find a list of all doctors in this practice
Complete thread -- the patient reports he will sometimes s/l bot shoot basketball
Complete thread -- is serration the right word
Complete thread -- She was also seen by Dr. __ at Jersey Shore Endocrinology for her possible
Complete thread -- I did but didn't find much on eye exams for it
Complete thread -- That was it!! THANK YOU! ...
Complete thread -- No, but thanks for the suggestion. ...
Complete thread -- polymorphs?
Complete thread -- The knee had already been aspirated by the emergency physician, appare ...
Complete thread -- Ha, now I feel really dumb. :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- noteworthy
Complete thread -- Guidelines for Respiratory Sleep Studies. Author, D. R. Hillman
Complete thread -- Oh wow, thanks. I was pretty far off. No wonder I couldn't find it. :)
Complete thread -- Her emotional expression was [s/l "not worthy"] for a full range affect.
Complete thread -- ACOEM/AMA?
Complete thread -- s/l Cognitive Sleep Assessment Report per [s/l spelling out H-E-L-E-M] slash AMA
Complete thread -- listen for ear instead of eye
Complete thread -- google: sensorineural hearing loss
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- not entirely sure, but found this link
Complete thread -- too bad I already uploaded it. :-(
Complete thread -- can an eye exam be used to test for sensorineural hearing loss?
Complete thread -- stigmata of recent
Complete thread -- Based on the history, he was seen and evaluated by gastroenterology. ...
Complete thread -- temporoparietal.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't guess on this -- could be full code blue
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- showing?
Complete thread -- An EEG was abnormal ____ a very active focus of spike-and-wave discharges in the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- #2 - to Indianapolis St. Vincent I think you are right with 18
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Okay, thank you. ...
Complete thread -- That makes sense. Don't call "code blue" on the patient, they don't
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- CODE STATUS: S/l No code blue?? per patient's determination. ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Patient with hydronephrosis...
Complete thread -- with epi (epinephrine)
Complete thread -- google: "adaption" "wound closure"
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Penicillin, vancomycin, Ultram, Reglan, lidocaine ____ ...
Complete thread -- she was given one 50, plus 50, plus 50, total of 150 mcg
Complete thread -- geez....
Complete thread -- Look up the definition of guess.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sending it off with blanks.
Complete thread -- Heavens, it was approximate. Trying to make it too tough.
Complete thread -- In AP projection or something?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- huh? She was given 150 plus 50 plus 50, total of 150 mcg of fentanyl
Complete thread -- Op note. Sounds like aprodixim
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j!
Complete thread -- s/l morel borough Middle School nj
Complete thread -- Ha. Well that would go better with hairdresser.
Complete thread -- wow, that's a big guess for someone who didn't hear the wav.
Complete thread -- I'd say was - since he and his wife were trying.. and "caused" all past tense.
Complete thread -- Rocephin??
Complete thread -- He received a significant amount of _____ s/l rophiten prior to cath
Complete thread -- end-organ ???
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, the Mezavant caused nausea and he (?was or is) reluctant to start the
Complete thread -- Her diabetes appears to be reasonably well controlled with no new ____ ...
Complete thread -- It's there. Not sure what is happening.
Complete thread -- Could it be Epic? I didn't hear your wav, just guessing.
Complete thread -- beautician
Complete thread -- business
Complete thread -- is a nonsmoker and nondrinker who works as a ____ teacher and hairdresser
Complete thread -- I believe it is manual and visual exploration... by locating the conversion...
Complete thread -- no biopsy information is available in __
Complete thread -- I didn't hear a thing - silence
Complete thread -- the mp3 I got was from an appendectomy, but not the portion with the blank
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- coaptation?
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- The exposed _____ was ablated with a Bovie cautery.
Complete thread -- manual and visible location of the appendix was performed by...
Complete thread -- clinical protocol?
Complete thread -- can you give me a s/l? (can only hear the old MP3)
Complete thread -- thansk
Complete thread -- that's all I could think of too, I am sure he misspoke
Complete thread -- Oncology note help, please.
Complete thread -- Manual and _____ appendix performed by _____ conversion to the cecum
Complete thread -- Doc filled it in, it was NMO
Complete thread -- I saw that, but doesn't look too reliable - flagged it.
Complete thread -- apposition?
Complete thread -- Subcutaneous s/l adaption was performed using 2-0 Vicryl.sm
Complete thread -- Okay, needs a flag because it is a verbatim account.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- i think he mixed his words up and meant nasal dorsum.
Complete thread -- testosterone and 17-hydroxyprogesterone levels
Complete thread -- nasum...cannot document in a legitimate source. (see message)
Complete thread -- Giving the history of PCOS, evaluating her testosterone, ____progesterone
Complete thread -- That was my first thought, too. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds good. Patient has anemia.
Complete thread -- Fer-In-Sol (iron supplement)?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- See if this site helps
Complete thread -- who found duodenal ulcers and they are currently being treated.
Complete thread -- esophagogastroduodenoscopy by Dr. Dreznick ______ duodenal ulcers and currently being
Complete thread -- s/l septashirrik medical center in nj
Complete thread -- Lipitor, metformin, Prevacid, Ventolin, Veramyst, Wellbutrin, and ____ (sounds like
Complete thread -- esophagogastroduodenoscopy by Dr. D *who performed* duodenal ulcers and curre
Complete thread -- speech?
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- ? NML
Complete thread -- thanks for confirmation. I couldn't figure out what it meant.
Complete thread -- looking for name of antibody lab test s.m.
Complete thread -- how about some context?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- that, or Skin.
Complete thread -- s/l "out of pocket." Maybe meaning pays for it himself/herself?
Complete thread -- Surgical oncology
Complete thread -- A healing biopsy site in the right axilla is noted. Heading??? Upper Extremities??
Complete thread -- Speaking for our entire group, I can not tell you how terrible the ___below is.
Complete thread -- _?_ levator ani
Complete thread -- The patient uses O2 on and off ________.
Complete thread -- s/l bums
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- what is the name of procedure? Did he mention inserting a scope earlier?
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure?
Complete thread -- Dressings were applied composed of 4x4s and *breast* tape.
Complete thread -- duodenoscope?
Complete thread -- ? up position
Complete thread -- She was placed in the left lateral decubitus, left side s/l opposition ...
Complete thread -- S/L u-o-scope
Complete thread -- 4/5 or four-fifths
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- preamble
Complete thread -- Thanks much!
Complete thread -- Surgical note for planned kidney donation. Heading s/l Clinical Pramb ...
Complete thread -- Check BRAF
Complete thread -- s/l ** B-rapha ** genomic duplication
Complete thread -- hoist??
Complete thread -- sorry...clavicle
Complete thread -- At this time, we brought the sigmoid up using a *heist*.
Complete thread -- what part of the body is this??
Complete thread -- s/l medial four-fifths?? Make sense? Not heard this before.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :-) You know, you helped me remember to Google WITHOUT quotes, too. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Sporanox.
Complete thread -- A drug for tinea
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- agree with: none, aside FROM rosacea (ro-zay-sha)
Complete thread -- "it was basically" (he stutters and says basically twice)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google: autoimmune C3bi receptor deficiency
Complete thread -- the abdominal cavity __________ preperitoneal fat that had been incarcerated.
Complete thread -- Kefzol
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- placed, antibiotics were given, 2 g of __________. Appropriate time-out was done.
Complete thread -- Found "Icon" (made by Medifield)Medifield
Complete thread -- I would flag, as I can't document.
Complete thread -- consider, as suggested, not spelled correctly, or go further forward with your own search
Complete thread -- tips
Complete thread -- The patient was given written *temps* regarding weight reduction.
Complete thread -- sorry, just came back. Yes, makes sense - he is "sweeping" with his finger.
Complete thread -- L4-L5 using the reduction tool with the S/l *Ili-con* System
Complete thread -- oscar is correct
Complete thread -- okay, thank you oscar. I will go with it
Complete thread -- does that make sense? " a sweep of levator ani bilaterally" sorry, but this is not my sp
Complete thread -- "a sweep of" is what I hear
Complete thread -- rectal vault shows no pain to palpation with ____levator ani bilaterally
Complete thread -- can anyone please tell me if this is okay: Autoimmune C3bi receptor deficiency
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks!
Complete thread -- APPY? for appendectomy and cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- In past surgical history, s/l athian cholecystectomy. Thanks
Complete thread -- you are right!
Complete thread -- I could see the urine coming out of them, but ...
Complete thread -- It is markedly trabeculated with cellules ...
Complete thread -- It was marked trabecula with cellules ?
Complete thread -- mainly in the prostatic lobes lateral prostatic obstruction
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- obstructed ________ in the prostatic lobes, bilateral prostatic obstruction.
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- Only found a Cathie Hren, PA in Grand Junction, CO
Complete thread -- Looking for a Kathy Wren in CO area. TIA!
Complete thread -- sorry about that... the "mo" sound might be from the end of the word "from"
Complete thread -- They usually say none aside "from" not "for" so maybe the "mo" sound
Complete thread -- no. Thanks for trying. I hear MO (clear M) with Vasha or zasha
Complete thread -- what would you do with this (not a verbatim account)?
Complete thread -- roseacea
Complete thread -- i would change it
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: None aside for “mozasa”
Complete thread -- would you give it to him "cervically"?... Or must I change/flag
Complete thread -- hi. I did some more research and I found more. Can anyone confirm that I am on the right
Complete thread -- s/l "swetever" or "sleeve of the" levator ani
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- arthralgias
Complete thread -- physical therapy with the option of ___ gravity running
Complete thread -- She does still report diffuse ___ more in the shoulders and knees as well as some cra
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "autoimmune C3 B1 receptor deficiency "
Complete thread -- thanks so much Billybob
Complete thread -- weighted vest.
Complete thread -- 10 reps.
Complete thread -- stress thallium (might be truncating to "thall").
Complete thread -- s/l stress "stal" or "dal" test for cardiology
Complete thread -- 4. The patient is to take a plastic bag with handles, place approximat ...
Complete thread -- okay to use elliptical or ____ pool for aerobic exercises ...
Complete thread -- yes thank you ...
Complete thread -- ____ exchanged to a
Complete thread -- For now, she has opted for manipulation under anesthesia and long leg ...
Complete thread -- Where I work, if we DON'T correct it we get dinged by QA. BTDT.
Complete thread -- maybe it's E.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Ah yes.....thanks.
Complete thread -- volar
Complete thread -- sorry, posted off the s/l - didn't even look at the rest of question
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- dumped?
Complete thread -- Jobe's
Complete thread -- s/l Jobs test??
Complete thread -- crashed?
Complete thread -- Her printer, which is in her office, s/l *crumped* back in March
Complete thread -- agree...I correct a doc once and my QA put it back as originally dictated as "verbatim" ?
Complete thread -- by googling rear up or googling rare up, easy to find rear up.
Complete thread -- late - but:
Complete thread -- try JAS brace - (Joint Active Systems is the brand name)
Complete thread -- agree with emphysema
Complete thread -- *osteomyelitis*
Complete thread -- I know what FLAIR is. I was asking what he can mean by FLARE.
Complete thread -- What state, if you know?
Complete thread -- Agree with steomyelitis. My mom has that in her toe and they were talking toe amputation
Complete thread -- or "as to protect anastomosis" ??
Complete thread -- thanks, will re-listen and see if that fits.
Complete thread -- protection of anastomosis?
Complete thread -- possibly it could be osteomyelitis. I would leave as osteo.
Complete thread -- protectant osmosis? pls sm
Complete thread -- No areas of the digit look like s/l osteo. (See inside for context)
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Not the first name, but the last was Kaldare or Kildare.
Complete thread -- healthy individual would have a normal oxygen saturation of 97%-99%
Complete thread -- emphysema?
Complete thread -- a small Hill-Sachs
Complete thread -- oops, hit enter before owing post
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can you make out this doctor?
Complete thread -- s/l nik may be MIP=Maximal inspiratory pressure . sm
Complete thread -- ?NIV (noninvasive ventilation)
Complete thread -- I saw this 55 year old man who was referred to us from the emergency department to in
Complete thread -- type jazz brace into search box above...see some q's but don't have time to look through
Complete thread -- your question, "what is it" Fluid attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR)
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- s/l jazz brace?? Ideas??
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- "net" or "nik"?
Complete thread -- Chiropractic note. I can't tell where to end one sentence and begin next.
Complete thread -- super. Tx poi
Complete thread -- rear up
Complete thread -- back pain does "rear-up" or "rerup" again
Complete thread -- vitamin A 1000 units q.d.
Complete thread -- great. Thanks poi
Complete thread -- back pain/spasm
Complete thread -- dictated as "back pain spasm" can I leave as is or should I put in comma or "and"?
Complete thread -- me is grammatically correct, but this is one of those where I'd go as dictated.
Complete thread -- good idea :)
Complete thread -- I thought so too. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks for your help
Complete thread -- Thanks. Will check that out
Complete thread -- IMHO, I think after he mumbles "right-sided something" he
Complete thread -- N-ethylcathinone
Complete thread -- I would stay with "myself"
Complete thread -- Yes, I was able to find Wagner Osteotomy on Google
Complete thread -- He was seen by myself and Dr. Smith. Should it be "me" and not "myself"?
Complete thread -- so can I just type up as is? DC being dc and let the doctor do what he wants with it?
Complete thread -- s/l "ethyl conotone"
Complete thread -- s/l Wagner-type??
Complete thread -- you make sense, he doesn't (That is a good assumption, but you know what they
Complete thread -- I thought he meant to discontinue(take it off) when he went to sleep?
Complete thread -- after reviewing again, I would flag it. It appears that he is
Complete thread -- there is still some ___ strain (is he correcting himself?)
Complete thread -- thanks both of you. So if this is not a verbatim account, I can write discontinue instead
Complete thread -- Xopenex HFA p.r.n.,_______, Advair 100/50
Complete thread -- Actually, disregard the food comment, I was thinking oral when
Complete thread -- Are you sure it's dc, and not q.a.m. p.c. (meaning after breakfast)?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- amalgam??
Complete thread -- tried- can't get it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes, take morning dose but not evening dose.
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- peel-away?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- looks fine to me. yes, FLAIR, no matter how he spells it :)
Complete thread -- as in after the placement they did a venogram to check position.
Complete thread -- post?
Complete thread -- I don't think it matters, actually. Use as dictated.
Complete thread -- does DC mean discontinue as in q.a.m. dc q.h.s., that he should discontinue it at nig
Complete thread -- Two 5s (5-mm ports).
Complete thread -- s/l pale introducer
Complete thread -- He was seen by myself and Dr. Smith. Should it be "me" and not "myself"?
Complete thread -- SPECIMEN: ECC, right fallopian tube, clots, _____.
Complete thread -- injected for the pass of the trocars. *two fives* were injected and auxiliary instru
Complete thread -- s/l *pulse* venogram results
Complete thread -- I assume he meant FLAIR, but he clearly spelled it FLARE.
Complete thread -- Is this how you would do the commas? Also, doc spelled FLARE (all caps). What is it?
Complete thread -- I think it must be MRPO medication reconciliation physician order form
Complete thread -- no - i googled mrpo and found:
Complete thread -- ah! Google discharge medication MRP-A - i think if found it.
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's what I was thinking too but can't verify :(
Complete thread -- medication reconciliation something-something?
Complete thread -- followup - noun is one word.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Followup if needed/necessary.
Complete thread -- hehe..she is divorced, must be occasional. (it's been a long morning)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- p.r.n. followup/follow up? Have not seen this way before...
Complete thread -- For discharge medications, please see discharge medication "merpo"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm more of a "seldom" homemaker.
Complete thread -- I think #1 is a hesitation "with... infection." #2 is "infections as well as anaerobes"
Complete thread -- anaerobes (not rubs)
Complete thread -- #2 anaerobes
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I started thinking about it and surmised I am only an occasional homemaker too
Complete thread -- course?? Is this right.
Complete thread -- two blanks
Complete thread -- the rest of the time, she is watching soap operas.
Complete thread -- no period, would leave as is. (maybe - more proximally *where* there is an area...)
Complete thread -- one with one refill?
Complete thread -- thanks. that is what i heard too.
Complete thread -- what?
Complete thread -- Punctuation help, please see inside:
Complete thread -- "Don't take" or "don't pick" (meaning I don't "pick up" any paranoia in talking to him?)
Complete thread -- sounds like - don't take?? (meaning in speakers observation?)
Complete thread -- under social history. She is an occasional homemaker. (vocational homemaker)??
Complete thread -- or visual hallucinations. _______ on him being paranoid. His insight is poor.
Complete thread -- among others like:
Complete thread -- There is s/l quiet? detrusor activity throughout the filling phase. ...
Complete thread -- fentanyl is generic for Duragesic.
Complete thread -- a trademark mark search (using above link) comes up with nothing - I would assume generic
Complete thread -- Brand vs Generic
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No commas needed in my opinion...
Complete thread -- commas needed?
Complete thread -- does have hoarseness of voice
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient ____________ after spitting up.
Complete thread -- AP pelvis, AP/lateral left hip (it is 3 views, anterior-posterior (AP) pelvis,
Complete thread -- he clearly says AP pelvis, AP lateral left hip of.....
Complete thread -- actually would be AP pelvis, AP and lateral left hip (3 different images)
Complete thread -- Yes, needs a little punctuation, though.
Complete thread -- my take -sm
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense? Just checking.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- myokymia - found it, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like male kimia long first I sound. malechymia?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- 4. Leukocystosis. Iron level, B12... 5. Hyperuricemia. There was...
Complete thread -- endoscopically normal
Complete thread -- NP giving assessment/plan for routine visit for elderly male. Not sure how to number.
Complete thread -- didn't put that
Complete thread -- The appendiceal orifice __________ normal. Retroflexion of the rectum
Complete thread -- surely not, wouldn't the patient be dead with a CO2 that high?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- CO2?
Complete thread -- mean?
Complete thread -- s/l *see*O2 saturation
Complete thread -- trileaflet is 1 word
Complete thread -- thanks, what I heard too
Complete thread -- thickened?
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- normal atrial size bilaterally, mildly ________ mitral valve leaflets
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that make sense. Thank you
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks for the heads up
Complete thread -- anamnesis?
Complete thread -- Surely. :) Ty much.
Complete thread -- ? emesis
Complete thread -- Pt struck head and noted he had s/l anemesis on Saturday.
Complete thread -- he takes 20 mg twice a day, 10 mg three times a day, so total dose is 30 mg, 10 mg, 30 mg.
Complete thread -- much more sense
Complete thread -- 30-10-30 sounds like dosage to me.
Complete thread -- Is there a possibility that doc is talking time, i.e. 10:30 ???? don't know if that makes
Complete thread -- just an FYI there is no space between q. and hour should be q.8 or q.12 and then
Complete thread -- how would you write out "thirty ten thirty" over here.... Not sure what he means
Complete thread -- were you wondering the dif. between viscous and viscus?? sm
Complete thread -- Oh, wait, maybe: well known to __?
Complete thread -- well-known something (s/l disturber??)
Complete thread -- However, at respite the patient punched a wall
Complete thread -- was in a respite through (name of the respite s/l Effie)
Complete thread -- patient recently was in a __________, however, at __________ the patient punched a
Complete thread -- defiant, angry, irritable, ________ as he recently had been discharged from
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Coarse vesicular breath sounds.
Complete thread -- Coarse ____ breath sounds. Heart sounds well heard. Abdomen was
Complete thread -- Not sure what you are asking, did you google "ruptured viscus with free air?"
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- ER showed evidence of ruptured *viscus* with free air in the abdomen
Complete thread -- ? sounds like he is tell someone near him "make a copy of that"
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in surgical consult with Dr. Jho _______
Complete thread -- you actually might - McD's has regional menu items (green chile cheeseburgers in NM)
Complete thread -- Changing her mind from paroxetine to Paxil or saying both of them
Complete thread -- ok thnks
Complete thread -- s/l ruptured peptic ulcer disease but could be correcting to just peptic ulcer diseas
Complete thread -- That sounds like part of the word was cut off between paroc---pax
Complete thread -- vitamin D supplementation, _______
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- keratinaceous ?
Complete thread -- Using an ear speculum, the canal is visualized under the operating mic ...
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Was thinking either Trilipix (for high cholesterol) or Mirapex (for
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Diagnoses on this patient
Complete thread -- columella
Complete thread -- med s/l perock packs
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- subcu
Complete thread -- pollo is pronounced poyo, and you won't find them at McDonald's.
Complete thread -- Google can be a wonderful tool. Pollo.
Complete thread -- Patient ate s/l polo burritos at McDonald's. TIA!
Complete thread -- sure. google it.
Complete thread -- I clearly hear lagged?
Complete thread -- Guess what I found in the beginning of the dictation
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks, believe that's it. (was hearing s/l "daneks")
Complete thread -- minimally invasive lumbar decompression; must be MILD.
Complete thread -- I mean "stenosis, status post mild."
Complete thread -- status post, mild. Yes there is a procedure called mild or MILD. Not sure which.
Complete thread -- You are mis-hearing or you are missing a word
Complete thread -- goetz
Complete thread -- here you go...
Complete thread -- what is whole sentence?
Complete thread -- NJ area
Complete thread -- Does this diagnosis make sense? "Spinal stenosis status post, mild"
Complete thread -- maybe lacked or lags
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as "replacement right shoulder arthroscopy" or is this a mistak
Complete thread -- Range of the motion of the cervical spine lagged lateral rotation bilaterally.
Complete thread -- Listening again, maybe "Tommy Mutton"
Complete thread -- patient works for "Time and Muton"
Complete thread -- Mitchell Banks
Complete thread -- going with Mitchell ____ repair, not hearing Mitchell-Bagli
Complete thread -- inguinal hernia repair on infant (huge pause, started just after)
Complete thread -- I've been coming here for a long time and didn't know that was there. I am assuming it's
Complete thread -- He is stumbling all over it and he is ESL, so it very well could be! Flagging. Thx.
Complete thread -- not really close, but maybe trimethoprim.
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery: s/l Techrathian solution two drops was applied to the right eye.
Complete thread -- ...and PubMed hyphenates this only about 40% of the time.
Complete thread -- you can find cri-du-chat syndrome (cri du chat syndrome) SM
Complete thread -- It is Cri-Du-Chat - she just spelled it a little later in the dictatio ...
Complete thread -- Pediatric Endocrinology
Complete thread -- I only hear the wav for the one below, not this one?
Complete thread -- Thank you; that was about it, got it.
Complete thread -- Got it, "Dobhoff tube" (also says amarodion for amiodarone) :) nm
Complete thread -- more context please.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- an ulnar collateral
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- pointed at L4?
Complete thread -- maybe "planed at L4, 15 degrees?"
Complete thread -- Elderly rehab pt., on BIPAP. A s/l die-pop-2 was recommended for nutrition/nm
Complete thread -- Radiofrequency ablation fluoroscope "plated"?
Complete thread -- Sending blank, very short report
Complete thread -- *reticent* cholesteatoma?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no nodules or nodes palpated.
Complete thread -- nodes
Complete thread -- nodes
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- please repost your wav and I will try.
Complete thread -- followed by the word "or"
Complete thread -- sex hormone-binding globulin
Complete thread -- great!! Thank you!! Any idea for 2?
Complete thread -- 1. thyroglobulin
Complete thread -- can you please listen to WAV. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Can anyone guess? It sounds like Nos or noise?
Complete thread -- status post thyroidectomy with no nodules and __ palpated.
Complete thread -- Yes that's it - THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Thanks nm and nm
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Danocrine??
Complete thread -- Testim.
Complete thread -- Testim
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me -- his beard hasn't decreased due to lack of
Complete thread -- He has been treated with s/l "Testom" and AndroGel in the past
Complete thread -- We discussed Lupron, Depo-Provera, oral contraceptive tablets, and s/l den-uh-krin
Complete thread -- would shaving patterns make sense in context
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- complicate?
Complete thread -- yes. Good guess
Complete thread -- concomitant
Complete thread -- Thanks andecoliden is it!!
Complete thread -- Listening again, says can cause, "cancominate" any ideas?
Complete thread -- thank you !
Complete thread -- is combinate a word?
Complete thread -- My plan would be ____ proper bowel clean out and she should have an inpatient prepara
Complete thread -- venlafaxine
Complete thread -- medication s/l zantaflaxin 75 mg daily
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- wow. Thanks. I searched and could not get close
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you :) ...
Complete thread -- hypereosinophilic syndrome
Complete thread -- hyper (or hypo) "YOO-es-eno-filic" syndrome
Complete thread -- mill - as in windmill - which is how women's teams pitch
Complete thread -- girls usually don't play baseball. using a new pitching strategy?
Complete thread -- x3
Complete thread -- The patient has had left knee surgery *cross* 3, right knee surgery once for a torn..
Complete thread -- The onset of her headaches coincided with when she started playing reg ...
Complete thread -- I hear something like "doing a master in nutrition" (like a master's degree?)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I read that wrong. SORRY
Complete thread -- someone posted factor V had nothing to do with a clotting disorder, but it does.
Complete thread -- Prolene mesh
Complete thread -- Not my specialty hernia repair with "prolee" or "proly"mesh
Complete thread -- it's also a supplement
Complete thread -- did I post something that's wrong?
Complete thread -- Factor V IS a clotting disorder.
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- bet that was it "andecoliden"=antigliadin . factor V Leiden has to do with clotting.
Complete thread -- I don't know, maybe has been mastering? I'm not too confident with your docs (Australian?)
Complete thread -- or antigliadin?
Complete thread -- the words you have in () are correct. WAG - doing MasteringNutrition and is well informed
Complete thread -- I though I heard that too but what else do you hear with it?
Complete thread -- ?listen for anti-glycan? (do not put something just to put something)
Complete thread -- I was hearing something like "mastering" but could be way off and not sure makes
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- joint?
Complete thread -- thanks putting in your answer.
Complete thread -- joint deformity probably
Complete thread -- yeah thanxs. I hear *fer and regiment C*
Complete thread -- They're just first names. I know you shouldn't but likelihood slim of anyone
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal: There is no clubbing. There is no *gym* deformity. Psych
Complete thread -- please help, any guess would be appreciated
Complete thread -- no - Ferritin is a protein found inside cells that stores iron so your body can use
Complete thread -- not with Leiden that i know of...
Complete thread -- Is *ferritin* a medication/vitamin? perahaps thats it.
Complete thread -- listening again s/l "and deco" Leiden antibodies. can be anything else?
Complete thread -- ferrous sulfate?
Complete thread -- WOW thanks!
Complete thread -- I have suggested that he remain on *fer?* and vitamin C, and return to see me after t
Complete thread -- endomysial antibodies?
Complete thread -- factor V Leiden for teh "decoliden" ??
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I have arranged for him to have a CT of his abdomen. Also, blood has been taken for F
Complete thread -- Sorry, you are right, but was definitely saying Move Free
Complete thread -- but that's not a suppository and is for joint health.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- are (?unformed). As you are aware, Amber herself ____nutrition and (?is well informe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- 1. (all of the shoulder stuff) 2. Left elbow hardware removal.
Complete thread -- and the bone has not shifted
Complete thread -- since it has already been two weeks?
Complete thread -- since it has already been 2 weeks?
Complete thread -- Schiff Move Free
Complete thread -- Need to list and number procedures. Doc gives this way...I think I have an idea
Complete thread -- stripped
Complete thread -- because we first have to take the plate out and succeed at taking the ...
Complete thread -- Glad this didn't throw anyone off. It does s/l Move Free but just finding tablets for
Complete thread -- I told her that the best thing for her would to be conservative and ap ...
Complete thread -- Is Move Free a suppository? I can't find any record of that? ty
Complete thread -- Think you are right...only thing that fits. Fast talker hard to hear.
Complete thread -- Move Free
Complete thread -- I find "Muse" suppositories for men ?? maybe its moo-sey?
Complete thread -- First listen I thought "most recent suppositories" but probably wrong.
Complete thread -- ok, whew, thought I was hearnig 123
Complete thread -- sometimes they pronounce like "muh lee o lus"
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Metoprolol, clopidogrel, Crestor, Diovan, low-dose aspiri ...
Complete thread -- he's saying bicarbonate 23
Complete thread -- 23
Complete thread -- probably mispronouncing malleolus.
Complete thread -- medial s/l moleus?? It does not sound like malleolus...(lateral ankle sprain)
Complete thread -- potassium 3.9, chloride 112, bicarb _____, BUN 43, creatinine
Complete thread -- So 6-12-6-12 OR 6, 12, 6, 12? I guess the commas--agree? (verbatim account)
Complete thread -- Oh! Time hadn't occurred to me. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Means 6 a.m., 12 p.m., 6 p.m. and 12 a.m.
Complete thread -- Pain managed on an around-the-clock dosing *six twelve six twelve* of hydrocodone.
Complete thread -- Yes, that sounds like it. You are wonderful...thanks.
Complete thread -- oh
Complete thread -- the 3-4 portal lies between the 3rd and 4th extensor compartments
Complete thread -- pes anserine?
Complete thread -- s/l peasant string??
Complete thread -- dictates 3 4 interval...unsure how to type
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for your help. I guess I will wait
Complete thread -- Pretty much for rotator cuff tears and....
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: ______ mesh for rotator cuff tears and other musculoskeletal
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- works for me. vague - not clearly expressed : stated in indefinite terms
Complete thread -- Suicidal thoughts present, also gave the vague plan of taking an overdose of aspirin.
Complete thread -- only administrator can delete.
Complete thread -- PLEASE HELP ME DELETE QUICK!!!
Complete thread -- bedraggled
Complete thread -- PLEASE DELETE. I BY MISTAKE LEFT IN PATIENT'S NAMES
Complete thread -- looking for an english word "beraged", as in drained, tired, stressed etc.
Complete thread -- thanks for suggestion.
Complete thread -- PAST SURGICAL HISTORY: *peri pretty* mesh for rotator cuff tears and other musculosk
Complete thread -- Judy Pruzinsky
Complete thread -- I would go with pan review (pan-" means "all. ...) you also hear, pan culture, i.e. sm
Complete thread -- wag - bronchitis?
Complete thread -- Looking for doc in Santa Cruz area s/l por-krin-ski TIA!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- no question is dumb
Complete thread -- and sorry... that was a DUMB question
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- chordee- a condition in which the head of the penis curves downward or upward,
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks both of you. I will go for it.
Complete thread -- thanks so much ...
Complete thread -- hypospadias and chordee-- common birth defects of the penis.
Complete thread -- calf
Complete thread -- having no (cough) tenderness
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- maybe "drown family" or maybe literally draw on them (like with a marker?)
Complete thread -- draw - To bring about deliberately; provoke
Complete thread -- does anyone hear glutamatergic? For the second blank?
Complete thread -- I hear the word "maternity" in there???
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I cant either something like glucomaterbic effects??
Complete thread -- would that make sense "draw on family"
Complete thread -- dopamine agonist effects, we tried amantadine, aware that ____ effects
Complete thread -- mittelshmerz
Complete thread -- Patient with probable UTI and suspected s/l Mikelshmer because she is mid cycle. nm
Complete thread -- can you please listen into this WAV. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks so much both of you
Complete thread -- yep, circadian
Complete thread -- circadian but check my spelling
Complete thread -- What is "satadian"? is that the word? Or do you have any other ideas?
Complete thread -- • He is only taking the ___s/l (dualis), which he states is not helping for pain.
Complete thread -- "pan review of systems" ?
Complete thread -- She also had _____ aortic stent ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, but thought maybe it was said in a strange place... sorry
Complete thread -- She had outside __________ stent placed by
Complete thread -- innominate?
Complete thread -- DAW means Dispense As Written
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (?) hemilaminotomy
Complete thread -- Depakote Sprinkle *D A W* 125 mg
Complete thread -- level of the pedicle of L5. __________ was performed and this extruded disk
Complete thread -- s/l inonament nerve
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Metoprolol, clopidogrel, Crestor, Diovan, low-dose aspiri ...
Complete thread -- He is only taking the ___s/l (dualis), which he states is not helping for pain.
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear the D now. Good job.
Complete thread -- Really? I saw that on Google and tried to hear but couldn't. Good job if you hear it.
Complete thread -- and now got the second one ductular
Complete thread -- unpaired artery
Complete thread -- help esl
Complete thread -- ? inflammation
Complete thread -- for your reply!
Complete thread -- I would as you have it.
Complete thread -- the patient, on detailed history, does describe chest pain with exercise.
Complete thread -- here are some jump graft phrases may be heard for future sm
Complete thread -- might be slurring -- vascular abnormal formation
Complete thread -- Me too! Thanks again.
Complete thread -- malformation?
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "n" in the middle of word. Will flag. Thanks tho!
Complete thread -- maybe is saying secondary meaning secondary diagnosis or #2
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "n
Complete thread -- aberration?
Complete thread -- Pt with previuos history of bladder CA and hematuria. sm
Complete thread -- (oops) that was me above (skeptical)
Complete thread -- I'm so glad you found it!!
Complete thread -- You're right, that was not it. RIAO The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics s/l "rio"
Complete thread -- Thanks! The links I found were on adolescent scoliosis so thought it was right track, but
Complete thread -- I wouldn't put anything in quotes unless the dictator specifically said "quote."
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Sounds suspicious...I hope you're right. Where I work, if we can NOT tell exactly what
Complete thread -- Found it, REO: Research Education Outreach fund.Found by googling REO, translate Arabic/nm
Complete thread -- Get the impression this is rounding attending..."RIA?" Ideas on what this is? nm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Should clarify, s/l "rio or ree-oh"/nm
Complete thread -- Pediatric ortho pt w/mult. osteoplasties/fixation. Postoperatively, pt was seen /sm
Complete thread -- I googled these words (spleen adrenal posterior wall of stomach)
Complete thread -- You could comma after angina, secondary ASHD??
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- admission diagnosis preinfarction angina secondary ASHD
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- or jumped actually, meaning jump graft performed
Complete thread -- I'd say jump referring to a jump graft.
Complete thread -- I'd use the verb form (follow up) but you could use the noun form (followup) as well. It's
Complete thread -- I will highlight as I am just not sure.Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- a-jee-nul
Complete thread -- cardiac.. see sentence
Complete thread -- sorry I meant a-jee-nal
Complete thread -- left "a-gee-nal
Complete thread -- does it sounds like a-jee-nul? (aginal suggests a-guy-nul or aggin-ul)
Complete thread -- follow up? Correct?
Complete thread -- google.com regimen and regiment & ferrin
Complete thread -- Not sure, he pronouces it "aginal" but I wonder if it is adrenal?
Complete thread -- Fear of Harm Subtype of Childhood-onset Bipolar Disorder
Complete thread -- diagonal?
Complete thread -- I hear it clearly now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l left "aginal"
Complete thread -- anyone go for fear-of-harm subtype?
Complete thread -- profile (maybe means liver profile?)
Complete thread -- mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- sure, I would nm
Complete thread -- s/l AEF=arterial enhancement fraction (AEF) plus help to find next time sm
Complete thread -- 20 cm from incisors of the esophagus?
Complete thread -- would you put "fear of harm" in quotes???
Complete thread -- 2. Liver biopsy done on 06/13/2011. The specimen contains a core of l ...
Complete thread -- In the context of de Quervain it is abductor not adductor
Complete thread -- 1. EGD done on 04/02/2013 showed 4 columns of grade 3 varices starting ...
Complete thread -- makes more sense
Complete thread -- if his 1st was low, then this is a repeat.
Complete thread -- Repeat semen analysis (unless the patient's name is Pete)??
Complete thread -- Adductor pollicis longus? Pls SM
Complete thread -- s/l pete's semen analysis
Complete thread -- Thanks. not a lier, an innocent mistake, its ok
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- containing the presence of loops
Complete thread -- yep, comparison of loops is what I hear too.
Complete thread -- distended or collapsed containing _____ of loops within the proximal hernia
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- American doctors pronounce it the same way. (It's the French pronunciation)
Complete thread -- collapsed containing *comparison* of loops within the proximal hernia
Complete thread -- okay, well he said absonseizures, so maybe he just smudged together
Complete thread -- I would say so as they pronounce it "Ab-Sonz"
Complete thread -- Abson seizures. My doctor is Brittish. Can I assume he is saying absence seizures
Complete thread -- works in a bar
Complete thread -- barmaid
Complete thread -- dullness
Complete thread -- the patient works as a ____
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- There is fluid shifting and shifting* domes* with succussion splash in the mid and
Complete thread -- times, periods of __, episodes of
Complete thread -- except she was lying, not laying on floor (unless verbatim=bad grammar and all)
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I would
Complete thread -- ok thanks and the rest you think is ok
Complete thread -- using a quad cane for ambulation with max assist from her husband.
Complete thread -- even on verbatim accounts that I have we do not abbreviate medications (not sure of your
Complete thread -- I lied - there is an 'e' - I just got misled by some bad google hits.
Complete thread -- yeah, think so but says Dec, and says Prolixin first so would you type just like I posted?
Complete thread -- Wild guess - Ferrimin and vitamin C
Complete thread -- This patient returned to the private medical center today for review of iron deficiency
Complete thread -- Do you have any diagnoses?
Complete thread -- might be Prolixin Decanoate
Complete thread -- She has been maintained on Prolixin 25 mg, *Prolixin Dec,* given IM every two weeks
Complete thread -- *ferrin regiment C?*
Complete thread -- thanks you!
Complete thread -- Wild guess - vasomotor rhinorrhea?
Complete thread -- how about some context?
Complete thread -- serum iron, micromols per liter (mcmol/L) (note - no 'e' in micromol)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 28.8 cc (prostate is cubic centimeters) you have 2 cc of lidocaine, mL?
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- probably micromoles
Complete thread -- These revealed past EBV infection and *searnine?* was 6 *mocoballs?* per liter with
Complete thread -- sextant??
Complete thread -- mean?
Complete thread -- He continues to experience s/l "basoforonorare" and is contemplating a dese
Complete thread -- Biopsies __________, extra biopsies lateral base on both sides
Complete thread -- The *mid* prostate volumes measured to be 28.8 mL
Complete thread -- For future reference, your lack of timely response was due to complete lack of context.
Complete thread -- got it - Tuss Tan
Complete thread -- , aspirin, CellCept, Ranexa, potassium, Vytorin, ________, vitamin D-3, prednisone
Complete thread -- I suppose you are correct. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful insight, but...
Complete thread -- type *sclerosis in the Onelook box above and see if anything fits.
Complete thread -- is the patient bigger than a breadbox?
Complete thread -- s/l "Elding" sclerosis.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- as suggested by the radiologist.
Complete thread -- nevermind, apparently the patient was sitting on a barstool when this happened and s.m.
Complete thread -- Thanks. This was flagged.
Complete thread -- yep, heard the same
Complete thread -- sounds like if stable? and staple? Not much help - I am sorry.
Complete thread -- So, the plan is to get an MRI of the kidneys ________by a radiologist. We will see h
Complete thread -- oops, try again..."bar stool" or "Barstow" position s.m.
Complete thread -- "bar stool" or
Complete thread -- a 3 mm stone which he passed somewhere around that time
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- sonogram to check his kidneys and _________ and any other stones he has in the kidney
Complete thread -- His CAT scan report is on the chart from the ER. ______ which he passed ________ at
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- in his crotch?
Complete thread -- for his prostate, I advised him of dietary changes ______ relatively stable. We will
Complete thread -- approximately two years ago he had odor ________ and pain in his groin area
Complete thread -- youre right. Thanks fo pointing out those typos.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He continues to experience s/l "basoforonorare" and is contemplating a des
Complete thread -- patient admits to global tenderness
Complete thread -- The patient has ____ tenderness of the right upper extremity
Complete thread -- don't know why i couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- She is allergic to penicillin which causes (3:29)____, hives, and bro ...
Complete thread -- ...1-10, 10 being the worst pain, ...
Complete thread -- I have reviewed the patient today following his hospitalization for nasal septoplasty
Complete thread -- He rates it on a scale of 1-10 __ the worst pain he rates it as 4. ...
Complete thread -- S/l hands extraction site
Complete thread -- huge?
Complete thread -- patient is a landscaper. A s/l "hit or hitting or hinge" branch fell on him
Complete thread -- I think that must be it, thanks.
Complete thread -- tension and vascular headaches, orthopedic injuries, sleep apnea, and hypertension
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I think it's paying (not being) out of the pocket.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ? reveals a tremor in his eye/optic movements, which ...
Complete thread -- do you have a diagnosis?
Complete thread -- tremor and s/l sigh optic movements
Complete thread -- got it...Niferex...
Complete thread -- s/l...nigh-fo-rex...sm
Complete thread -- hemolysis ?
Complete thread -- hematocrit 27.9, platelet count 475,*hemoptysis*ruled out. Sodium 139, potassium 3.4
Complete thread -- the question is diagnosis vs diagnoses
Complete thread -- My guess is that it's "secondary to" arteriosclerotic heart
Complete thread -- if you can't discern which, an abbreviation in the diagnosis is acceptable.
Complete thread -- Admission diagnosis preinfarction angina secondary ASHD
Complete thread -- in that case, I'd put at the level III zone.
Complete thread -- looks weird because of the way she said it "at the level of the III zone"?
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- That probably should be Roman numeral III
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- "Level 3 consists of those nodes beyond the superior border of pectoralis"
Complete thread -- sounds like "free zone" or "3 zone"
Complete thread -- the adjective would be cerebellaR
Complete thread -- Google is our friend.
Complete thread -- he clearly says cerebella. Do you think I can take the liberty to change as it is not a
Complete thread -- microvascular cerebral disease
Complete thread -- Yes it was. Great suggestion. Thanks
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Depression and microvascular cerebella disease
Complete thread -- great suggestion
Complete thread -- out of
Complete thread -- collapse
Complete thread -- would you type 9/10 or 9 out of 10
Complete thread -- Does progressive "flaps" of ihs disc space make sense in context. Can think of what
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe a stat? Too bad poster didn't google.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- 8 times a day (every 3 hours) is what is normally recommended for a newborn.
Complete thread -- sounds like endomate
Complete thread -- Has to be audio. Never done ob-gyn
Complete thread -- sounds like audif ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sumatriptan, prochlorperazine
Complete thread -- Lipitor, lisinopril, morphine sulfate, Lyrica, ____________, ___________, perazine.
Complete thread -- right you are! IS q hourly thanks for that.
Complete thread -- I now hear atretic "litikating sin" does anyone have any ideas?
Complete thread -- Teveten is en.
Complete thread -- Are these medications correct, spelling and caps or lowercase:
Complete thread -- no idea, but i don't think highest but IS
Complete thread -- oh... Maybe that is it. Thanks
Complete thread -- cyst over the volar wrist. This is quite large with atretic ____. FDS, FDP, E
Complete thread -- oh.... I searched so long. Thanks BB
Complete thread -- I thought so, but he clearly says closed. Should I flag
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- dorsal hump rasping.
Complete thread -- Accell Evo3®c
Complete thread -- open cholecystectomy?
Complete thread -- "dorsal hump-erasping" I found dorsal hump, but not "humperasping"???
Complete thread -- ever heard of an "open-closed cystectomy"? I didnt
Complete thread -- Integra placement and "A Cell" placement
Complete thread -- would appreciate all suggestions. Will check back in the morning.
Complete thread -- highest ___________ while awake is also recommended.
Complete thread -- Flagging after just 3 minutes?
Complete thread -- elongated is something I hear.
Complete thread -- thanks you to both for trying. Sorry for the delay, I was called away.
Complete thread -- google: CT angiogram
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- CT scan which was *an angio* of the chest and abdomen reveals infrarenal
Complete thread -- could be saying it rises midline or something like that
Complete thread -- Her face demonstrates a slight flattening of the left nasolabial fold. Her sm
Complete thread -- IodaPrep/ ??volume indicated so?
Complete thread -- I heard "stretching, ____ positional
Complete thread -- I could only get possibly the word position out of that. Sorry.
Complete thread -- doctor is giving sleep study findings - sm
Complete thread -- I don't know why alternis dies (a.d.) wouldn't make sense when used with "p.r.n."
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- =)
Complete thread -- try livalo (or Livalo) I didn't check spelling.
Complete thread -- nevermind.... found Livalo
Complete thread -- maybe thalamic artery??
Complete thread -- doc dictated med as "lovolo"
Complete thread -- sorta makes sense, as in conservative treatment other than a DNR or DNI.
Complete thread -- Ooh, artery for sure, thanks! Not positive on the celiac, but I'll keep listening
Complete thread -- but (o.d.) still doesn't make sense with insulin
Complete thread -- might be his way of saying "joint" ??? no clue
Complete thread -- patient awarded s/l "conservative" life medical--can't find that phrase, make sense?
Complete thread -- celiac artery?
Complete thread -- superior cerebellar aneurysm, basilar tip aneurysm, or s/l a thalla garter aneurysm
Complete thread -- chondromalacia of the patellofemoral s/l tray
Complete thread -- a.d. can mean alternating days (every other day)
Complete thread -- Me too. Foreign dictator who also just stated: sm
Complete thread -- I have never heard this before with insulin. usually it is a.c.?
Complete thread -- I'd put it just as you have it with the quotes.
Complete thread -- On sliding scale insulin and coverage and 15 units subcutaneous *AD* p.r.n I can't sm
Complete thread -- how do I type this?
Complete thread -- does your employer cap generics? just wondering, since they usually aren't capitalized.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- donepezil
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- possibly: OT Reg (Ont)
Complete thread -- I'm hoping someone can help me out with this. It is a signature line. ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you for your input!
Complete thread -- ? clobetasol
Complete thread -- I would not separate. They are all related, not separate diagnoses.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me
Complete thread -- hydrocodone APAP, meclizine, naproxen, amlodipine, Lipitor, _________, aspirin.
Complete thread -- On account, we need to number diagnoses, even if doctor does not. For this...
Complete thread -- tendon transfer tunnel can be documented (tedman cannot)
Complete thread -- ? eplerenone
Complete thread -- s/l ee-pare-uh-known No dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- two ?S
Complete thread -- s/l subxiphoid tenderness
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Don't think that's it though. Dictator very clear.
Complete thread -- s/l zeplin "might??" be Xalantan eye drop that lowers inner eye pressure
Complete thread -- oops, never mind! Just checked archives not expecting to find, but did...Schnidt!
Complete thread -- Used *schnit* to remove any atherosclerotic disease in distal external iliac artery
Complete thread -- my goodness, charming posts. shame on U. Need more kindness in world. Still think it is sm
Complete thread -- s/l zeplin. No dosage info. TIA!
Complete thread -- eek, double typed, just noticed- should be canalize / cannulate
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down! A central line-associated bloodstream infection (CLABSI) sm
Complete thread -- cannulate & cannulate the difference; tho fgjjgj correct (opening clogged vein)
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Liptruzet =ezetimibe and atorvastatin) cholesterol sm
Complete thread -- sheesh I must be tired - INCISURA - thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Help, please. Triceps fascia s/l in-SIR-I
Complete thread -- I'd go with "tendon transfer" - IMHO
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Thanks, will do
Complete thread -- google with some context: MRI PRES or head MRI PRES
Complete thread -- Muchas gracias! Tried searching but Google kept changing to PRESS. Got it
Complete thread -- check PRES
Complete thread -- Pt hospitalized for syncope vs. seizure. Found to have migraine headaches. Sm
Complete thread -- curious...can you document that?
Complete thread -- tendon??
Complete thread -- All I see is a "Dr. Tedman" who is an orthopod in the atlanta area ..
Complete thread -- It was Tedman! Tx!
Complete thread -- s/l "Kedman" transfer tunnel noted in the midfoot. Help appreciated! Tx!
Complete thread -- yeah, I agree with full
Complete thread -- Thanks for suggestions. As mentioned in my post, I don't hear ellipitcal.
Complete thread -- elliptical?
Complete thread -- cyclical?
Complete thread -- Continue biking, aquatic therapy, *clipticle* movement... I do not hear
Complete thread -- screw-like nm
Complete thread -- a problematic Little's area
Complete thread -- oooh ... new one for me too! Thanks!
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- I think this is it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- ooooh...I like this word. New one for me! Thanks nm!!
Complete thread -- thank you so much f g j j g j!
Complete thread -- check CLABSI
Complete thread -- try recanalized and see if that works.
Complete thread -- maybe "klebsi" short for klebsiella? (fits with a central line infection)
Complete thread -- my guess is Klebsiella
Complete thread -- short for Klebsi perhaps? Klebsiella?
Complete thread -- sounds more like indices on 3rd listen.
Complete thread -- entities
Complete thread -- it is a "Darlene" answer and then she says "huh?" to the answer that makes sense.
Complete thread -- I don't think so, but thank you.
Complete thread -- myelodysplastic syndrome as well as mild hyperparathyroidism and both of these ___ sh
Complete thread -- s/l "clap-see"
Complete thread -- *recannulized* incompetent greater saphenous vein
Complete thread -- ha, probably
Complete thread -- where did this info come from? i didnt see the OP post anything like this. and Kilo
Complete thread -- sounds like "roomed in" to me, the baby stayed in the room with the mom after delivery.
Complete thread -- ? above the knees
Complete thread -- consider: ossicle
Complete thread -- s/l aberneice distribution
Complete thread -- later on it s/l helo-shoe. shoe can be adjusted for size.
Complete thread -- Heel-in-shoe/heel-and-shoe?
Complete thread -- radiology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Synvisc?
Complete thread -- Diabetic foot ulcer by s/l healer shoe friction?
Complete thread -- Medication help, please. sm
Complete thread -- In this context (cardiologist) would be premature ventricular contractions, yes.
Complete thread -- Would this be premature ventricular contractions or something else??
Complete thread -- History of s/l PVCs with workup by PCP and cardiologist. (In list, no context).
Complete thread -- There was note of a left preauricular tag as well as a right ear anom ...
Complete thread -- This is the answer that needs a "huh?"
Complete thread -- what comes next?
Complete thread -- nevermind - hole-maker
Complete thread -- with a birth weight of 8 lbs and 14 oz. She was vigorous at birth s/l ...
Complete thread -- spine laminectomy and fusion surgery, s/l home-maker pls sm
Complete thread -- I consider it plural, so are.
Complete thread -- External genitalia IS or ARE normal.
Complete thread -- yes, he means FULL assistance (with feeding)
Complete thread -- huh what?? The patient needs FULL assistance, not "fool", not "fluid".
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- deep veins of the lower extremity consist of axial veins sm ****
Complete thread -- huh????
Complete thread -- patient that she had no major *axial* venous pathology which required surgery but tha
Complete thread -- I will relisten thanks again...
Complete thread -- also note typo - mechanicAL diet
Complete thread -- oh yeah, now that I hear it, I'm certain he is saying "full" assistance.
Complete thread -- Nah, I think it is "full" assistance. Some people need minimal, some full.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Razadyne (Darlene gave you answer below)
Complete thread -- i guess maybe he means feeding assstance
Complete thread -- Colace, Proscar, ______, Xalatan, Namenda, multivitamins, Protonix, Seroquel,
Complete thread -- ? age-related changes
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- I am not spelling a word to bring up the correct one.. see below
Complete thread -- s/l arizadine may be Razadyne (Alzeheimer) sm
Complete thread -- trazodone
Complete thread -- could benefit from a hospitalization to have a *chaw* in there where...
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Increased fluid intake. Mechanical soft diet
Complete thread -- I think you are right. Increased fluid intake. Mechanical soft diet
Complete thread -- Mechanic soft with _______ assistance and activity as tolerated with
Complete thread -- This may _____ but I suspect that if it continues, he should have an ENT review.
Complete thread -- I will relisten... thanks..
Complete thread -- mechanical soft with s/l fool assistance... i am thinking maybe he means fluid
Complete thread -- med s/l arazidine
Complete thread -- listen for this:
Complete thread -- this phrase doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- He clearly says "K notch"? 7,000 Hz would make sense, but not what he said. nm
Complete thread -- see if this helps
Complete thread -- s/l collapse.. I think this is what it is but not sure.. see sentence
Complete thread -- just saw this... for the archives, I bet it was "J" short for "jugular"
Complete thread -- He had a "7,000 K notch" in his hearing noted a few years ago. SM
Complete thread -- NM sending off
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- left internal s/l Jain CVC catheter, and dialysis staff reports site has improved
Complete thread -- and that was the area that caused the patient significant pain when trying to use that han
Complete thread -- laceration and ________ caused the patient significant
Complete thread -- I went with awaiting; however, if I had inserted "for" I would have used waiting. :) Ty
Complete thread -- either "awaiting" or "waiting for"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- We are still *waiting* medical clearance. Always dictates waiting, but would "awaiti
Complete thread -- When you google it, it shows pictures of the product -- NicoDerm.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Nicoderm or NicoDerm? Saunders has it Nicoderm. NicoDerm online (and apparently
Complete thread -- PPROM, chorioamnionitis, spontaneous abortion
Complete thread -- status post *P palm* chorioamnionitis spontaneous abortion.
Complete thread -- p wave
Complete thread -- t waves or p waves
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Found Ethicon Physiomesh...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- was dissected carefully away from the ________ mesh from the previous surgery
Complete thread -- Possibly STT (scaphotrapezotrapezoidal) joint arthritis? see message/link
Complete thread -- taped?
Complete thread -- your wav has been there for hours and has had suggestions
Complete thread -- diagnosis of FCR tendinitis secondary to s/l FCT or FCP arthritis
Complete thread -- was dissected carefully away from the *feature* mesh from the previous surgery
Complete thread -- s/l staped
Complete thread -- apparently was negative __________ after the lunch yesterday.
Complete thread -- can you please wait until my wav is answere?
Complete thread -- He was sutured by a plastic surgeon who ___ the bone
Complete thread -- s/l hesters
Complete thread -- Just wondering does anyone hear Kayexalate?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you, second sounds like biaxinate or diaxinate
Complete thread -- first sucralfate?
Complete thread -- this is wrist injury
Complete thread -- tricor and now ____ and _____
Complete thread -- eponychial fold - found it- thanks
Complete thread -- finger surgery... s/l ep IN ick eel fold? please msg- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Moorings is fine here. It's a general term for whatever makes
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- your s/l was very good
Complete thread -- to all who replied!
Complete thread -- You only capitalize the first letter of the first word in closings
Complete thread -- I tried it that way, lol. Neither look presentable. I ended up sending off for review by
Complete thread -- no i haven't. would it look better on a separate line with no comma following?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Letter Q - Ever seen closing Most Sincerely Yours, Your Colleague, ???
Complete thread -- looks like he could perhaps be getting a very early verruca in the site.
Complete thread -- There is no sign of erythema. No edema. No calor. It looks like he ...
Complete thread -- lol we can all relate, I'm sure.
Complete thread -- Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- I think you have them correct.
Complete thread -- what is your s/l, "comma help"??
Complete thread -- The patient, prior to coming for his next followup visit, will be scheduled for an
Complete thread -- I was here on my kindle and have not been able to listen to wav or mp3 on it.
Complete thread -- maybe not for you, but I've heard it a lot in my 30 years of MT.
Complete thread -- not that common
Complete thread -- its a very common phrase...
Complete thread -- Your s/l was exactly how it's pronounced :) YW
Complete thread -- How you figured it out with my dense clue is beyond me but THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- apparent?
Complete thread -- Breast examination re: milky discharge (sm) thank you
Complete thread -- Had surgical correction of her toes with s/l parent capsulotomy.
Complete thread -- if you work as an MT, how do you not have speakers?
Complete thread -- Stedman's has:
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- probably plethora and injected conjunctivae (2 - conjunctiva 1 eye)
Complete thread -- Not an ESL, just one of "those" kind of dictators.
Complete thread -- tendo Achillis
Complete thread -- tendo-achilles or tendoachilles??
Complete thread -- Yep! That's what I am going with...at least it makes sense. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, I was thinking he is saying maybe plethorine...making up something..geesh!
Complete thread -- plethora and injected conjunctivae?
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, I can only find plethoric as an adjective...making up a word?
Complete thread -- Then maybe it's plethoric?
Complete thread -- Darn!
Complete thread -- No, I wish!! In the exam, along with the injected conjunc..he mentions plethora?
Complete thread -- Any chance it is bilaterally?
Complete thread -- Pt with erythrocytosis presents with S/L pletherine? injected conjunctiva
Complete thread -- Ah! Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- and vitamin E.
Complete thread -- ST (segment) and T (wave) elevation
Complete thread -- EKG showed a paced rhythm without *STNT* elevation. He is clear, but
Complete thread -- neutralization?
Complete thread -- Ulna fracture...A sl*nu-cul-i-zation* plate was then applied.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- snap?
Complete thread -- snap?
Complete thread -- I can't listen. Do you have a s/l?
Complete thread -- s/l stamp
Complete thread -- going to use a rubber ball and ___ to soften up the scar
Complete thread -- so obvious now. i was listening for cold and...
Complete thread -- cold intolerance.
Complete thread -- She lists cold and ____
Complete thread -- Is this an ESL? remedy definition 1 in M-W?
Complete thread -- She enjoys golf, tennis ___ at the gym
Complete thread -- sarcoidosis but he is wondering about being able to use a steroid spar ...
Complete thread -- Anyone? Please? It's a stat that I need to upload in next few mins. Ty
Complete thread -- what is being treated?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- autoimmune meds
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- status post ??? and bronchitis.
Complete thread -- i posted again
Complete thread -- it's right as is
Complete thread -- Solu-Medrol. Should ophth eval not be acquired, cont adm?
Complete thread -- Not hearing a WAV.
Complete thread -- Status post ______ bronchitis for a possible early pneumonia, resolved.
Complete thread -- The duodenum was then completely s/l kocherized in the usual fashion. Is this sm
Complete thread -- aluminum?
Complete thread -- thanks~
Complete thread -- don't hear anything
Complete thread -- trying to make sense of this:should ophthalmology evaluation be not required,*continu
Complete thread -- She was recommended to take s/l no remedy. Please see inside for context.
Complete thread -- got it, thanks
Complete thread -- doing an autopsy. Sounds like otalasis autalysis?
Complete thread -- nevermind-it's PAN
Complete thread -- pat with possible vasculitis
Complete thread -- Functional impact: The patient....
Complete thread -- NM. I'm thinking: Context: No trauma, functional impact.
Complete thread -- Also found these hits...again, just a suggestion and you will need
Complete thread -- elementary school
Complete thread -- I am seeing a few hits for *Step sheath* (not that many) and I also
Complete thread -- Pain alleviated with Aleve. *Contacts no trauma, functional impact.* Please
Complete thread -- He is in ____ High School (NJ)
Complete thread -- The *step* sheath was placed into the peritoneal cavity and a 10- to 12-mm *step* por
Complete thread -- s/l lumina foam splint TIA! I know about Alumafoam, but wondering if
Complete thread -- A *dil-ee-an* was used to separate the rib from the rib bed
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l Brow-wah placement
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- maybe he just meant the skin was dry as well as the mucosa?
Complete thread -- nevermind, just hit me pseudowidening
Complete thread -- SI joint film. S/l pseudo-riding?
Complete thread -- He takes s/l "zeemo super" 160 mg daily (not Feno Super. sm plse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Very little to suspect that _________ at this time. However, a close watch will be
Complete thread -- Upper extremities __________ skin as well.
Complete thread -- maybe something placement?
Complete thread -- I typed balloon uterus into Google, then backed up and started typing B at the beginning,
Complete thread -- Bakri ?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- area for 3 cm segment ? (i take it this is a tubal ligation?)
Complete thread -- s/l bach ray balloon
Complete thread -- the mid ischemic area with ________ 3 cm ________ and good fulguration was
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ...maybe it was dirty (get it, bra replacement? hee hee
Complete thread -- s/l bra replacement - GI - See message
Complete thread -- there are "different" types of grafts, you are not at all versed in this
Complete thread -- it is correct combining form for medical terminology. I would use it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TASC=(TransAtlantic Inter-Society Consensus)- a classification of lesions (occlusions)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'd guess he has an axillary vascular stent that showed up on the CT scan.
Complete thread -- s/l *axillary* vascular stent
Complete thread -- That was quite a snootful. Here you go:
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Could it be Ewing's? As in Ewing's sarcoma?
Complete thread -- ? Ewing disease (Ewing sarcoma??)
Complete thread -- She was visiting her cousin who is dying from _______ disease.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Rhino
Complete thread -- FYI - she has been using heroin, not heroine.
Complete thread -- Lou Gehrig's disease?
Complete thread -- her cousin who is dying from *earings* disease.
Complete thread -- Ty
Complete thread -- ITP?
Complete thread -- I would re-fax.
Complete thread -- We are going to refax her papers. Would you refax or re-fax?
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Of *A T P * gnificant for sibling, a 15-year-old brother,
Complete thread -- never mind, got it
Complete thread -- he does have a history of _____ respiratory distress with shellfish.
Complete thread -- 1. coming out of each orifice. (not ureteral)
Complete thread -- oops, forgot the ____
Complete thread -- s/l Ryner dilator? (PEG tube placement)
Complete thread -- very nicely ______ ureteral orifice. The remainder of the bladder was ________ in a
Complete thread -- I agree, thanks!!
Complete thread -- I think he means Tarlov cysts (but says tay-loff)
Complete thread -- patient with low back pain, for facet joint injection
Complete thread -- Nah, not smarter, just too lazy and/or lack the patience to pull teeth.
Complete thread -- proximal nail fold?
Complete thread -- blanks sm
Complete thread -- bereavement
Complete thread -- He has history of s/l deribement/anxiety and was treated. tx
Complete thread -- I can see some fluid expressed when I pressed down the nail plate. I ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- that is what I hear - and it makes sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be "lysed"? ...
Complete thread -- Try: Has several mycotic nails. Right hallux is ___ from the nail bed approximately 75%.
Complete thread -- The patient has nonpalpable pedal pulses. Has several mycotic nails r ...
Complete thread -- No it doesn't. "The primary function of a colon as a punctuation mark is to
Complete thread -- You are correct - sorry about that.
Complete thread -- interphalangeal joint
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thank a lot. ...
Complete thread -- more rigid at the intraphalangeal joint to let that calm down
Complete thread -- Since it is persistent it is probably very worthwhile
Complete thread -- I told her I am going to give her a toe roll to keep that toe stable s ...
Complete thread -- It sounds like Dr. ____ put her on colchicine. It really relieved her ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- Right-hand-dominant seems to be correct. Check archives for an explanation.
Complete thread -- It sounds like Dr. _____ put her on colchicine.
Complete thread -- The patient presented for a regular routine care and also had recent b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- right hand dominant or right-hand-dominant?
Complete thread -- the colon does not look ridiculous here, and follows all the rules
Complete thread -- ...so we wouldn't have to worry about the scarring...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think we CAN just get away with osteotripsy...
Complete thread -- you're way smarter than I : )
Complete thread -- The way you have it is the same way I see it nearly everywhere.
Complete thread -- I think we just get away with _____ incision. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry colon helper, I put my reply to you in the wrong place.
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks, I think that helps
Complete thread -- I have given her the web site: myfooddiary.com.
Complete thread -- What's the best way to transcribe the name of web sites?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- no calf, popliteal, or inguinal tenderness.
Complete thread -- yearly foot exam
Complete thread -- Has had some greater amount of edema in that right leg than the left a ...
Complete thread -- The patient is here for _____ exam. ...
Complete thread -- He was saying C.T. Yeh.
Complete thread -- Looking for a doctor in the San Joaquin, California area whose name s/l CTA
Complete thread -- Doesn't bother me, I just ignore the whole post, lol. If they want help
Complete thread -- agree. during=tear and
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- the latter
Complete thread -- wheelchair bound or wheelchair-bound?
Complete thread -- ok. During doesn't sound right.
Complete thread -- exactly, as her question stated specifically:
Complete thread -- I realized it was an acronym. Thx.
Complete thread -- SLAP tear, a cartilage defect...
Complete thread -- addendum: just cannot understand why you can't "get it" what was
Complete thread -- "yes", I know "anon" & can be found by google.com + the term and reading up
Complete thread -- SLAP (superior labrum from anterior to posterior)?
Complete thread -- not sure if i heard right? Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- oops, didnt see post below. sorry, its been answered already
Complete thread -- perhaps galea
Complete thread -- Darlene, the question was about using cc instead of mL, not on Trinity bone
Complete thread -- hint for next time. Google.com enter your term Trinity bone graft
Complete thread -- hint for next time. Google the term the helper offered sm
Complete thread -- here are some useful terms with VATS. Google is your friend!!!
Complete thread -- ease of?
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- *easel* removal of hardware (tibia) in following context...
Complete thread -- galea
Complete thread -- Revision of ORIF of tibia, use of bone graft. I have a question inside...
Complete thread -- oops, not sure why that posted twice. Sorry about that.
Complete thread -- Lesion on vertex of scalp...... It is not fixed to the underlying s/l balia
Complete thread -- Lesion on vertex of scalp...... It is not fixed to the underlying s/l balia
Complete thread -- Yes, this is what I'm thinking. She never dictates what it is, just rambles off numbers
Complete thread -- ...and maybe HR 100, respirationss 24
Complete thread -- I would guess 42.9 is the weight
Complete thread -- Wonder if 100, 24 and 42.9 (100 heart rate, 24 respiration and 42.9 lbs)? Cont'd inside
Complete thread -- Dictator usually states BP, heart rate, respirations and height/weight in this area, so I
Complete thread -- 124 could be heart rate, but even at celsius 42.9 temperature makes no sense
Complete thread -- Pt is a 6-year-old, just in case this might help.
Complete thread -- Dictator states numbers after talking about vitals, but not sure what it is. See ins
Complete thread -- I meant "panas"
Complete thread -- Thank you! Was searching for 'pas" and didn't think to use "c" !!
Complete thread -- yes, I think that it is "so overall 7 pregnancies " All of you-
Complete thread -- Total of 7 pregnancies?
Complete thread -- Here is the context. I think it is a header, should be something like gynecological
Complete thread -- panacinar ?
Complete thread -- passed away for overall ?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- CT of the chest showed no PE but
Complete thread -- wow. I was thinking "overall" but... nope. She sure slurred that word.
Complete thread -- 15 mm is fine - 1.5 cm, just big enough for video-assisted surgery.
Complete thread -- is that a heading? what is she saying
Complete thread -- risk for
Complete thread -- looking for a word in English that sounds like "retcur"...
Complete thread -- No, definitely stick with mm. The point of the surgery is to be
Complete thread -- NM, will flag.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- conductive hearing loss
Complete thread -- resume is defined is dictionaries as summary
Complete thread -- Thanks! He sounded pretty clear, so I was not sure. I'll go back for another listen.
Complete thread -- Is *mm* here more likely to be *cm*? Incision... Please
Complete thread -- DX: Bilateral *conductor trig-molsis*;flaccid left tympanic membrane;right middle ear
Complete thread -- meg....
Complete thread -- and negative or with negative margins would be ok, but on would not be
Complete thread -- exactly! SA/OHS
Complete thread -- that IS context...
Complete thread -- The note you copied IS context. Why didn't you just copy it to begin with? SM.
Complete thread -- an adrenalectomy
Complete thread -- Frozen section confirmed it to be squamous cell carcinoma *on* negative margins.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- More context
Complete thread -- I cannot give context when it simply does not exist. Will copy the note.
Complete thread -- this "no context" thing drives me up a wall
Complete thread -- She underwent adrenal __ at University of Pennsylvania
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- flushing symptoms
Complete thread -- Ty. I was leaning toward 2 words, but wasn't sure if the newest edition of Stedman's
Complete thread -- Endocrinology
Complete thread -- He denies any episodes of ____ symptoms or feeling of blood pressure fluctuation
Complete thread -- I'd put it as 2 words, myself. I don't see that is okay to use a word that isn't a word.
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j!!
Complete thread -- at time of her next visit
Complete thread -- ah yes, "proabable saohs" fits perfectly with context given.
Complete thread -- do her hepatitis serology and tumour markers at ____ next visit in three months' time
Complete thread -- yup, I second that
Complete thread -- Scoliosis screening reveals *thoracoscoliosis.* I cannot document as one word, but
Complete thread -- achy in quality
Complete thread -- she describes her pain as dull to achy and ___
Complete thread -- Check archives for fabere. Lots of discussion.
Complete thread -- google: "pleural thickening" "CT scoring"
Complete thread -- sleep disorder med
Complete thread -- Ah. Two paragraphs. Must be saohs.
Complete thread -- Not sure, will have to leave blank. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- there is always context
Complete thread -- can you be more specific? This site does not charge you by the word.
Complete thread -- regimen makes a whole lot more sense than resume, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- s/l regimen
Complete thread -- Rutherford classification system
Complete thread -- class 3?
Complete thread -- There's Taztia XT 240 mg.
Complete thread -- Oh, YESSSS!
Complete thread -- there for a pulmonary issue. discharged. list of diagnoses. About 2 paragraphs long
Complete thread -- aesthetic plastic sheet?
Complete thread -- what was chief complaint? why was the patient there? any exam done?
Complete thread -- distal SFA?
Complete thread -- cut off sorry SAOHS no context given
Complete thread -- Vascular - sentence is "Long length s/l tast-c SFA occlusion". thanks. nm
Complete thread -- DX: Proabable
Complete thread -- orthopedic doctor. The patient has left hip pain. see message
Complete thread -- write as numbers?
Complete thread -- For left L3 medial branch block, we used ____ lesioning.
Complete thread -- towels on the edges of the field ______ plastic sheet
Complete thread -- Comment about CT study
Complete thread -- listed in med list CP 2400 20 mg TIA!
Complete thread -- marrow?
Complete thread -- Spine MRI - change in s/l min-er-oh signal at pedicle TIA
Complete thread -- per their facebook page: Florida Hospital - Rollins
Complete thread -- (sm)
Complete thread -- proceeded means to go forward, continue
Complete thread -- I didn't even catch that!! sheesh, not enough coffee today?
Complete thread -- no, it would be preceded - which means occurred before
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- "flat" would make good sense.
Complete thread -- affect is "slack"
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. Evidently she's in her second pregnancy now and the one
Complete thread -- I agree - it would be the other way around - G2, P0-1-0-0.
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- G means number of times pregnant so G0 would mean never pregnant, right? TPAL
Complete thread -- right side up position
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg _____ position. Appendix was identified. It was grossly intact. The
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- proceeded sorta means followed by, he's not saying preceded (before)
Complete thread -- MT50 is right...to allow for the introduction...
Complete thread -- P2, G0-1-0-0
Complete thread -- sufficient enough to allow insertion of "Kahn or Conn" cannula
Complete thread -- sufficiently enough to allow for the introduction of a Kahn cannula
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- talking about gravida, para, etc. What is correct way to transcribe P2G0100? TIA
Complete thread -- Trendelenburg *right sided* position
Complete thread -- he probably misspoke. usually they say "device"
Complete thread -- s/l Carter-Thompson incision
Complete thread -- Uterine cervix was then serially gently dilated _______ after ______ introduction of
Complete thread -- ESL
Complete thread -- Tudorza?
Complete thread -- Pt with difficulty breathing. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- benign-appearing
Complete thread -- Brown hook, biopsy forceps, the benign _____ stricture was biopsied.
Complete thread -- the stricture ________ was biopsied.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- for any significant cause
Complete thread -- which were essentially unremarkable ______ cause of urinary bleeding.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- greatly ?
Complete thread -- Patient with difficulty exercising due to multiple medical problems.
Complete thread -- Ehlers-Danlos
Complete thread -- PMH of s/l ear-lows-dan-ohs TIA
Complete thread -- but you know, I bet he's reading the "vi" as "u" (eucel).
Complete thread -- darn, no. WAV added.
Complete thread -- Evicel?
Complete thread -- hemostatic spray, s/l Ucell, Usell? patient with postop bleeding post breast surgery
Complete thread -- doesn't sound exactly like that but can't be anything else i suppose
Complete thread -- and told to rest
Complete thread -- thanks, that sent me in right direction parlin sayreville
Complete thread -- she was given crutches and ___ to rest
Complete thread -- this is in NJ
Complete thread -- what state is this in? sounds like sarahville or sayerville
Complete thread -- She works _____ which is near ____ and she works at a special needs school
Complete thread -- I told her it takes about a month to get used to them. _____. She is ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Sinding-Larsen-Johansson
Complete thread -- Sinding-Larsen-Johansson syndrome
Complete thread -- Sinding-Larsen-Johannson syndrome (but double check that spelling)
Complete thread -- tq
Complete thread -- ______ syndrome of the left knee
Complete thread -- Florida Hospital appears to be located on Rollins St. in Orlando, Florida, so I guess that
Complete thread -- He was admitted to ER in Florida Hospital s/l rollins?? is this right?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- really didn't want to....keep it down with pumice stone. She
Complete thread -- Develops a keratoma. She _____ want to debride it as she says she can ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot both of you. ...
Complete thread -- last blank- even to go to the bathroom
Complete thread -- Cosmopore.
Complete thread -- advised him again he has to wear that...?
Complete thread -- Gentamicin cream, dry sterile dressing with _____. Advised making enh ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- hip position on weightbearing
Complete thread -- No signs of erythema, edema or calor. No significant signs of plantar ...
Complete thread -- Deleted wav file. sorry. ...
Complete thread -- Again, you cannot include the patient's name in wav files here.
Complete thread -- _____ We dispensed diabetic foot work. _____ prescription shoe gear, ...
Complete thread -- ____ we dispensed diabetic foot work. ___ ...
Complete thread -- The part I do hear has the patient's name in it, which is a big no-no here.
Complete thread -- dictating at a lightening speed at first. but then saying in normal sp ...
Complete thread -- not hearing your wav
Complete thread -- I don't think the wav matches, but that might just be me.
Complete thread -- Short term goals are control infection and check circulatory status, l ...
Complete thread -- I sent with a blank. Thanks though ...
Complete thread -- when full mentation? (is the patient confused or unconscious?)
Complete thread -- Grip strengthening and mobility exercises, s/l warnful mentation?? is ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, everyone, for all of your help! :)
Complete thread -- You can, but it isn't recommended to cut them. My mom had them for her back.
Complete thread -- That's it! New word for me - THANKS SO MUCH!!!
Complete thread -- look up circumlocution ;)
Complete thread -- English or Latin help? Sm please
Complete thread -- thanks so much...
Complete thread -- PT/rehab dictation: Lidoderm patch, s/l *split (or spread) around* right knee/sm
Complete thread -- gratzi to both
Complete thread -- agree, indicates no prior surgery in that area "first time" interference.
Complete thread -- Means surgeon used "fresh" skin, not cutting along a previous scar.
Complete thread -- OptiVol?
Complete thread -- An incision was performed in "virgin abdominal territory"
Complete thread -- I thought of optimal too, but... ehhh...
Complete thread -- I use the old standby of micro cassetts... thanks.. I thought
Complete thread -- found Optibol (not your word) and OptiBall (again not your word). Can you post a wav or
Complete thread -- s/l op-tie-ball... see sentences.
Complete thread -- never heard it. could be 3 of 1 Vicryl sutures? who knows...
Complete thread -- Or maybe he was self-correcting from 3 to 1? Guess I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Or, could he be referring to 3 layers? I don't have to fill in, I just want to make
Complete thread -- ribs were approximated using *three one* Vicryl sutures ... Please
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- sorry, I didn't see the wav posted! too late now, eh?
Complete thread -- good guess. I can't think of anything else it would be.
Complete thread -- Hospitalist dictates "her H. qual was negative" - qualitative HCG?
Complete thread -- Thank you..I was thinking Metzembaums, too, but was not sure..
Complete thread -- 2nd is Laroque incision. might be shortening Metzembaums to open the hernia sac.?
Complete thread -- Two helps, please see msg
Complete thread -- Wav removed.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd put what he said (verbatim). I see no reason to change it.
Complete thread -- More context in Past Medical History: He says unknown factor deficiency
Complete thread -- did I write "question factor deficiency" correct?
Complete thread -- It might be (2 tablets daily for total of 50) but, instead of guessing I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- I listened but could not get it.
Complete thread -- I have no idea. I would think with all the people writing on here,
Complete thread -- Medication s/l "Bismuth", but the pt's chief complaint is constipation.
Complete thread -- oh, thank you. I did not see that. I hope it was okay that I covered someone else's wa
Complete thread -- lol - i answered below. s/l "shore up the fusion" to me
Complete thread -- sounds like: shore up the fusion.
Complete thread -- see if in fact Dr. Goldstein can do anything to __the fusion
Complete thread -- Would go with areolar.
Complete thread -- _____ retraction of the fundus?
Complete thread -- PRESENT MEDICATIONS: 1. Topiramate 25 mg, 50 daily?? Is this okay ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much lb (fgjjg)
Complete thread -- maybe I will upload a wav, when the wav under is answered. Tx for
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use it. It doesn't make sense.
Complete thread -- Sorry, didn't refresh.
Complete thread -- I hear a different wav.
Complete thread -- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
Complete thread -- HIPAA list
Complete thread -- elderly woman's son was put on "hipilis or hipilist" so that he can talk to doctor
Complete thread -- Doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- "sure the fusion" ever heard of that expression? I didnt.. Can I go with it?
Complete thread -- NM. At end of note, he elaborates: going to take the 6% risk per year of a major CVA.
Complete thread -- and acute inflammation. _____ to the fundus and the Hartmann’s pouch, extensive adhe
Complete thread -- A 5-mm port was inserted. _____ the gallbladder was identified.
Complete thread -- I am just starting new doctor. Should it be areolar border or areola ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Elderly male seen in clinic with wife and daughter. Does this make sense...
Complete thread -- similar attack (???) in the past few years.
Complete thread -- I explained the clinical indications, options ____, medical treatment besides the lap
Complete thread -- similar type of _______. The patient had an ultrasound
Complete thread -- Perhaps "endogenous" pigment?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I have prescribed ____ and have asked him to monitor its growth
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- With his saying "uh" right after, sounds like he was self-correcting.
Complete thread -- PRVC mode, FiO2 30%, tidal volume 500, PEEP of 5,
Complete thread -- Does "endopigment" mean endothelial pigmentation? (sm for sentence)
Complete thread -- 1.4 with an alkaline phosphatase of 183 _______. The patient has undergone a CT
Complete thread -- ...but then I see other hits saying cremaster muscle originates from internal oblique...so
Complete thread -- Could it be *strip* you're hearing? I started to google around, something was
Complete thread -- (between point and unless)
Complete thread -- I can't find it, but that's the way it would be spelled since entheseal is correct.
Complete thread -- I'd period point and unless. JMO
Complete thread -- *Subentheseal* cyst at the greater tuberosity.
Complete thread -- can you enlighten me as to what you think it is, please?
Complete thread -- Need punctuation help, please. See inside:
Complete thread -- Need to send in now. Flagging.
Complete thread -- Darn, I relistened and just can't hear cautery. Going to flag after all.
Complete thread -- Posting exact context as you did really made a difference in
Complete thread -- ...and a *siss-teck* was performed for 2 liters of irrigation to this region.
Complete thread -- i googled before posting here, but still was not
Complete thread -- okay, here is the entire several sentences, thanks
Complete thread -- single bubble of ?pneumocentric venous gas is seen
Complete thread -- slipped off the external?
Complete thread -- 1) pattern of pneumatosis
Complete thread -- No other bowel inflammatory changes are seen.
Complete thread -- I don't think it makes sense. Perhaps the exact sentence with what comes
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- portal venous and mesenteric gas?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- cremaster a "slip" of the oblique?
Complete thread -- thanks... so clear now
Complete thread -- Yes, or saying "and" between those two. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- ER which showed ischemic colitis with portal _____ gas.
Complete thread -- Skip this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- maybe starting to say "cautery" and stopping and saying Gelfoam?
Complete thread -- not 100%, but I don't think this sounds right. I'm finding more hits
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was achieved with *cotter* Gelfoam. Please sm for full
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your input!
Complete thread -- Back surgery as below. A tiny word said under the breath and I can't figure
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l pattern hematosis
Complete thread -- "balloon trawl" comes up on Google
Complete thread -- No shifting dullness. No costovertebral tenderness....pedal edema, cyanosis.
Complete thread -- IMHO I would go with "onto" and "on"
Complete thread -- No _____ tenderness. Bilateral feet, no pedal edema. ______ Fistula is intact ____
Complete thread -- s/l Troll
Complete thread -- For archives: S/l IC catheter. Icy catheter for cooling protocol for cardiac arrest.
Complete thread -- Does this punctuation look okay:
Complete thread -- Back surgery. Doc clips words or says shorter ones under his breath. Please
Complete thread -- I just posted a wav before you, please do not post over other peoples wavs
Complete thread -- with portal _____ gas. The patient went to ICU and initially treated conservativ
Complete thread -- Given the _______ of distance and the fact that we have established her as an outpati
Complete thread -- please, need to send soon, any guess would help... Thank you!
Complete thread -- compensated
Complete thread -- chronic systolic, compensated.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help as well!
Complete thread -- That's it! I checked that abb in Stedman's and it was not listed. Good to know!
Complete thread -- had to send
Complete thread -- got this much: 4. CHF, chronic systolic _______
Complete thread -- 4. CHF, _______
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- She has also had granuloma annulare of her right hand _____.
Complete thread -- yes, aspiration and/or gram-negative. either 1 or the other.
Complete thread -- bedfast. not but fast!
Complete thread -- decubitus stages are Roman, at right greater toe, outer.. (SM)
Complete thread -- at right greater toe, outer ankle... The patient is aphasic
Complete thread -- stage 2 ______, outer AND The patient is ____.
Complete thread -- thought so too but repeats so was not 100%
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- fyi: hemostasis (not homeostasis)
Complete thread -- lytic (short for thrombolytic)
Complete thread -- history and physical exam
Complete thread -- temperature 98.8. _______ physical exam: HEENT: Atraumatic and normocephalic. Pup
Complete thread -- how about PPX (prophylaxis)
Complete thread -- pulmonologist
Complete thread -- In hospital, the patient followed by _____ and also infectious disease. The patient
Complete thread -- Pneumonia aspiration *and/or* gram negative
Complete thread -- Could it be... GE Reflux: Nexium
Complete thread -- s/l TPX (see message)
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- Okay thanks nm and sm :) I left as is, as i also thought it made sense
Complete thread -- (Oops, didn't realize you had a wav, so this is answered without hearing it.)
Complete thread -- I'd say would "has" closed secondarily. Not sure if changing his mind, but
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- oops, just saw this. I heard the same thing but can't get that other word.
Complete thread -- eh, your wave got covered up...
Complete thread -- imminent dangerous ______. (sm)
Complete thread -- command hallucinations or any __________. The patient was continued on this treatmen
Complete thread -- The patient had good contractions with "Intrans"
Complete thread -- Is he changing his mind? Or did I type correctly
Complete thread -- any imminent dangerous *assisted*
Complete thread -- That is what I thought. Thanks. What does curetted free mean?
Complete thread -- maybe comma - superficial, curetted free.
Complete thread -- does this make sense in context "superficial curetted free"?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much all of you
Complete thread -- Looking at this now, perhaps would go with spelling out. The context doesn't
Complete thread -- The second one you give is not the same meaning...it's 80% of the incision
Complete thread -- Another option: A total of 80%
Complete thread -- Eighty percent or His incision is 80% clean...
Complete thread -- Eighty percent
Complete thread -- I know I should not start a sentence with a numnber, but what should I do with this?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much
Complete thread -- went to NJMS web site and tried narrowing it down
Complete thread -- amazing. How did you find that
Complete thread -- Paul J.P Bolanowski M.D
Complete thread -- Looking for a dr. "Bolonosky" thoracic surgery NJMS...
Complete thread -- Could it be: Protein C, S, Leiden/leidic abnormalies , factor V abnor ...
Complete thread -- thrombotic or thrombolytic?
Complete thread -- Workup for protein C and S and s/l lydic abnormalities. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry I am of no help, I can barely hear it
Complete thread -- Thanks. New job and they take commas way more seriously than my last one did.
Complete thread -- I think I hear a g in the beginning. I am uploading a wav
Complete thread -- Amazing, EXactly. Thanks so so so
Complete thread -- dangle?
Complete thread -- Looks good to me but would put a comma after "like this,"
Complete thread -- S/L gangal protocol
Complete thread -- Oops, I had the end quote wrong.
Complete thread -- identifying site, side, patient and procedure?
Complete thread -- How does this punctuation look?
Complete thread -- by you has been thoroughly reviewed. It is ??? unchanged, demonstrating?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- exactly. Tx
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50
Complete thread -- Uploaded the WAV. Can anyone help? Thanks
Complete thread -- FYI ... demonstrated preserved ejection fraction
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- antiplatelet therapy?
Complete thread -- to me sounds like antianginals, antiplatelet therapy and ...
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- The echocardiogram ordered _____ demonstrated ejection fraction, mild diastolic dysfu
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- sorry. Will wait till you get an answer
Complete thread -- Appropriate timeout was taken identifying sites __ patient procedure.
Complete thread -- strategy which include three antianginals, _____ sclerotherapy, and give statin.
Complete thread -- To me it sounds more like S1, S2 audible, (then another word but not S2) also audible
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular: S1 _______ audible. S2 is also audible.
Complete thread -- There is a urologist in Santa Cruz named Gholami? (sm)
Complete thread -- on 04/28?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- looking for a doctor s/l comma-lon-ee in Santa Cruz area TIA!
Complete thread -- which was 76% on room air _______, because of that the patient decided
Complete thread -- I would suggest no commas, but not to use hyphens with metric measurements.
Complete thread -- Punctuation, specifically commas.
Complete thread -- ? He has tried topicals. Recent medication dropped now that he has debrided nail formed.
Complete thread -- has had mycotic nail left hallux.
Complete thread -- That is correct. They tell you whether a specimen was retrieved or sent to a lab, etc.
Complete thread -- careful?
Complete thread -- tarsal strip?
Complete thread -- looking for type of surgery , left lower lid "tonsillstrit" or "tonsostrip"
Complete thread -- achieved s/l kethra or central or kefral hemeostasis
Complete thread -- I am typing a surgery note for the first time for this doctor and he says something l
Complete thread -- okey, dokey!!
Complete thread -- thank you!~
Complete thread -- The patient had _____ nail left hallux _____. We will see him back as ...
Complete thread -- The patient has pes cavus foot type. ...
Complete thread -- If pseudochondrosis is clear, I'd use that term. Pseudo is just a
Complete thread -- thank you for both
Complete thread -- targets. (Note in your first sentence we would "be" pleased, "be"
Complete thread -- probably. He probably has something pressing on the nerve root.
Complete thread -- If possible, we would pleased if you can give two lectures, one on the ...
Complete thread -- Does the word "mass" make sense in context?
Complete thread -- is pseudo chondrosis acceptable. I think I hear that but can hardly find it on googl
Complete thread -- thank you as always f g j j g j!
Complete thread -- Could you share with us what he is actually saying? I got the part about
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The patient _____. No signs of erythema, edema, or calor. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- x-ray. I'm going to go ahead, just in case she still has got a very
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- thick, it is not quite +1
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The main problem is the finding with the third toe.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- He seems to just be saying "the main problem I find with the third toe"
Complete thread -- Not sure about the beginning, but this is what I can make out of the end.
Complete thread -- The main problem is _____ third toe. It is very slightly discolored, ...
Complete thread -- The patient is following up on third toe pain. She is also getting so ...
Complete thread -- were the sources helpful to you?
Complete thread -- try brightness
Complete thread -- s/l "flatness" or "whiteness" acuity testing (SM)
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you - :)
Complete thread -- impinging?
Complete thread -- lymph node s/l impending the sheath of the muscle (sm)
Complete thread -- Good idea. Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- and somewhat essential thrombocytosis
Complete thread -- maybe adenosine-something occlusion (they use adenosine sometimes on these)
Complete thread -- You could just put GROIN: Normal.
Complete thread -- Makes sense. What if he just said Groin exam normal. Then where would you put it. sm
Complete thread -- derm or skin
Complete thread -- doc dictates Rash in groin. Put under abdomen or GU? sm
Complete thread -- EF should be addressed (or ?assessed) - NOT adjust
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- (something) essential thrombocytosis
Complete thread -- Alternate staples
Complete thread -- don't know if medical or english word, plse sm
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- the other differential diagnosis would be ischemic colitis _____ thrombocytosis
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- abnormalities
Complete thread -- Please help with wav
Complete thread -- I meant to post it above. I listened to the wav but posted in the wrong place. I wasn't
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep I guessed base of skull before I heard the wav.
Complete thread -- anechoic?
Complete thread -- Bactiseal
Complete thread -- Bactiseal
Complete thread -- atheter was removed. A new ________ ventricular catheter
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- base of skull
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Nope, its SLR. Straight leg raise. Just realized what he said.
Complete thread -- S/L FLR to me, but don't know what that would expand to. ??
Complete thread -- A new *bast a cele* ventricular catheter
Complete thread -- positive ___ bilaterally
Complete thread -- He was seen in the vascular lab for lower extremity ABI, PVR and duplex ultrasound.
Complete thread -- cardiac re-synchroniation ??? therapy
Complete thread -- and sudden cardiac death (for the first)
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- prophylaxis____, cardiac ___ and for cardiac ____ therapy.
Complete thread -- nasion:noun: the craniometric point at the bridge of the nose where the frontal and nasal
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- HJR - hepatojugular reflux
Complete thread -- Neck: No *H D I* no bruits
Complete thread -- hypopharynx is what I hear
Complete thread -- I do not appreciate any breakdown on the s/l nason of his nose.
Complete thread -- addition to the above findings, normal pharynx, (?hypopharynx) and larynx
Complete thread -- I don't hear symptoms either, but hear "of palpitations ....
Complete thread -- on arrival to the ER
Complete thread -- on arrival to the ER
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- successful conversion?
Complete thread -- _____ conversion to
Complete thread -- Cardizem IV at the ER with *tricirfical mersion* to normal sinus rhythm.
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- almost s/l he's saying suicide??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't hear "symptoms"
Complete thread -- developed frequent palpitations that were found _____ to be rapid A-fib.
Complete thread -- always good practice to give us more time before your blank
Complete thread -- symptoms
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- after she was complaining of ______, palpitations and shortness of breath.
Complete thread -- ?? indication
Complete thread -- Not a medical word but...
Complete thread -- this is a wav, but he said no diarrhea or constipation.
Complete thread -- No ______ constipation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- retractions?
Complete thread -- sorry this is a
Complete thread -- Chest no ____ or deformities.
Complete thread -- travel or visiting some
Complete thread -- did you find the suggestion dubious?
Complete thread -- antibiotic
Complete thread -- He was treated with ______ at that time. No hospitalizations
Complete thread -- No history of travel _____ some other country.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- google: cardiac arrest "code chill"
Complete thread -- fevers again and developed cough later. He had blood work
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- could you share your source plz
Complete thread -- he started to have fevers _____ and developed cough later. _____ blood work on
Complete thread -- lb that is my thinking also. Hmm..have to reread.
Complete thread -- sounds okay. must have different teams (as in residents)
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. If you are able to change a bit without changing the meaning, (sm)
Complete thread -- He has been seen by*team Z and has been treated with Augmentin which resulted in a fe
Complete thread -- my take (sm)
Complete thread -- What would you do with this sentence?
Complete thread -- my take - sm
Complete thread -- CODE chill (not cold)
Complete thread -- various terms used for same therapy,poss. re-coined by dictator
Complete thread -- so going to flag it
Complete thread -- found this therapy but doesn't make sense in this context since it is an immediate treatme
Complete thread -- ty - not close to what I heard, glad I asked for help
Complete thread -- thanks... is what I heard too
Complete thread -- with AFib
Complete thread -- punctuation make sense?
Complete thread -- considered for *cold chill* at this point
Complete thread -- arrest and son knows limited history and no prior dictation is available at this point.
Complete thread -- the presence of right bundle block with a __________ in the setting of cardiac arrest
Complete thread -- he was stumbling over the two and sounded like "P"
Complete thread -- intubated post cardiac arrest, some ________ history and no prior dictation
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- interesting, I just typed hibernating myocardium and had to look that up too.
Complete thread -- OK. probably OMB-2 disease (obtuse marginal branch 2)
Complete thread -- usually OM-2 or OM-3 (obtuse marginal 2 and 3)
Complete thread -- stunning
Complete thread -- s/l O M P disease
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- stunting? stunning? No clue what he means? (sm)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- LV dysfunction which may be as a result of _________. All this data comes from
Complete thread -- He wants you to put "at the current stage" to teh last sentence. then ROS is noncontribut
Complete thread -- no comma after stent. drug-eluting stent therapy for an..
Complete thread -- ah, sorry, thanks
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Noncontributory except ______
Complete thread -- Not sure but it's drug-eluting stent
Complete thread -- LV dysfunction which may be as a result of *spunning*.
Complete thread -- ...an AeroChamber... ? nm
Complete thread -- Tp is initiated on azithromycin and administered a s/l no chamber
Complete thread -- Spoke with Ofc Mgr and it's 8 mm focal area of edema (per their hard copy of MRI)
Complete thread -- p.s.: listen for double hiatal hernia (versus inguinal)
Complete thread -- sounds like: Nissen fundoplication
Complete thread -- There's so much anatomy that comes through our earphones, it's hard to keep it all
Complete thread -- surgery for intussusception? SM
Complete thread -- surgical procedures in child with multiple impairments
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. :P
Complete thread -- I just kept googling supracondylar and it came up "elbow" - sheesh...
Complete thread -- Yep, you're hearing "simes" and I have NO clue what he means. Sorry!!
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing that. Thanks for trying. Anyone else?
Complete thread -- lol, don't feel bad. I had to search for the anatomical structure and text before I came
Complete thread -- Posted audio
Complete thread -- agree with nm... nope, not ok.
Complete thread -- my mistake! You're right!!
Complete thread -- sized?
Complete thread -- 8 mm s/l simes edema involving lateral condyle medially with irregularity along the c
Complete thread -- They can treat TMJ (disorder) with inserts into the ear canal. The TMJ has a
Complete thread -- haha? Are you kidding me??
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- He says it very clear...I am going to flag it. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- or flag it, the doctor is making up a word it sounds like. unless someone else can verify
Complete thread -- try subchondral (leave off the ly) ?? that word fits better for the ear.
Complete thread -- nope, that word has nothing to do with the ear. SM
Complete thread -- so do you think cor is ok
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention to the right ear. An incision was made j ...
Complete thread -- ??shortening cor pulmonale??
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray, increased *cor* with pulmonary vascular congestion
Complete thread -- Climara ? Femara? Premarin? (taking wild guesses since I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- buzzing sound on top and the voice too low, I can't hear it.
Complete thread -- med: S/l "tomaren" or cumarin
Complete thread -- "getting in to see him" is correct
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd think they meant...tetanus, and so would flag that.
Complete thread -- OMG, I ♥ YOU! Thank you. I have searched for hours prior to posting!
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: TYPHOID TOXIN
Complete thread -- diathermy (he says it like dee-a-thermy
Complete thread -- ...physical therapy, including heat, massage, _______ without long-term benefit.
Complete thread -- non-notable is found here, see link.
Complete thread -- i also think she said differentiating between
Complete thread -- with view to
Complete thread -- need little word
Complete thread -- cute?
Complete thread -- an unnotable or a non-notable ? (sound pretty similar to me)
Complete thread -- as noted above on the
Complete thread -- He has a nonnotable fracture line. (non-notable? nonnotable?)
Complete thread -- Thanks thats cute
Complete thread -- see him
Complete thread -- difficulty getting into "si-im" or See-ehm
Complete thread -- I don't hear pulmonary but can't make it out clearly.
Complete thread -- as per pulmonary??
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- MP3 doesn't match.
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- which is somewhat atypical, has __________ exam.
Complete thread -- sharp/pressure-like in character,
Complete thread -- He described this pain as sharp/__________, lasting for more than
Complete thread -- that is it...thanks so much!!!!
Complete thread -- just a guess - bartonella infection?
Complete thread -- s/...null-a...sm
Complete thread -- hmm see what ya mean. I would make this separate sentence sm
Complete thread -- here is a similar type protocol (for next time down the road) ICE protocol sm
Complete thread -- I think he misspoke and meant to say lower arm injury.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- have something done for
Complete thread -- "something done"
Complete thread -- no. Could it be lower motor neuron injury? I know it's too many syllables.
Complete thread -- He will now need to have _____ for his shoulder.
Complete thread -- Guess
Complete thread -- Does lower arm extremity fit here? I think not.
Complete thread -- definition of caliber - sm
Complete thread -- 1. Infertility. 2. Bilateral adnexal masses. 3. Multiple pri ...
Complete thread -- Low attenuation focus noted within the right lateral head pole renal c ...
Complete thread -- Large calibre bladder with thickened irregular trabeculated bladder wa ...
Complete thread -- 1015, which is high but plausible.
Complete thread -- I googled with your s/l and threw in various contexts and didn't get
Complete thread -- Yes (see message and link)
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- s/l chill protocol
Complete thread -- Lumbar MRI study revealed L3-L4 transverse and "at-a-piece" spinal stenosis. tia nm
Complete thread -- suggest: arginine
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping! I will flag this one. No idea what she means.
Complete thread -- thrombocytopenia? Could be 10.15 (but that's not how platelets are usually expressed)
Complete thread -- Lab value (ESL doctor)
Complete thread -- might be Yohimbe (male supplement)used in testosterone, hypogonadism male, hypogonadism, h
Complete thread -- something about quinine?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- "his" shoulder...
Complete thread -- Yes, as far as he can lift is shoulder in range of motion.
Complete thread -- Does this make sense - terminal elevation??
Complete thread -- thank you f g j j g j!!
Complete thread -- Antabuse
Complete thread -- danke ...
Complete thread -- His only medications at present are of Efexor and ____
Complete thread -- Separate groups of lab values using periods. (see message)
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as you have it except comma between the LDL & HDL and triglycerides since
Complete thread -- how do i arrange lab values.
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Or just: *Risperidone* was decreased from...
Complete thread -- risperidone 1 mg p.o. daily
Complete thread -- I hear "the risperidone"
Complete thread -- The patient, during hospitalization, remained stable. ____ was decreased
Complete thread -- twice a day for five more days, risperidone _____ mg p.o. daily,
Complete thread -- should be "were placed."
Complete thread -- What could you possibly recast it to? "Okay, he has been able to urinate"?
Complete thread -- I'll flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Mass on arm aspirated. Cultures negative but hold for 3 weeks to...
Complete thread -- True. I had a doc curse me out today for the computer system not working right.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe their taking out their passive aggression on us helps save some patient
Complete thread -- Geez, this guy is so bad. Found another note by him. He's saying...
Complete thread -- NP extremely lazy in his enunciation. I can't get tiny words and not sure what
Complete thread -- http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/in-regard-to-vs-in-regards-to.aspx
Complete thread -- injection was, injections were
Complete thread -- immunohistochemical
Complete thread -- ?mini
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- oops. thanks
Complete thread -- was or were??
Complete thread -- non-small-cell lung cancer, pending __________ chemical findings and the
Complete thread -- good thinking; often pronounced "sideways"
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- "increased productivity" is a clinical term associated with mania
Complete thread -- donepezil (which I have often heard dyslexically pronounced "donazepil")
Complete thread -- vomiting AND - AND a normal white blood count
Complete thread -- ?temazepam
Complete thread -- meds include carvedilol, hydrochlorothiazide, ramipril, s/l "demazepil"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- transient, yes. Sounds a lot like trangent.
Complete thread -- intact PTH (parathyroid hormone)
Complete thread -- sorry, PTH
Complete thread -- intact plasma parathyroid hormone (PPH)
Complete thread -- SMA-7 in the morning, check phosphorus, *intact PDH*. Cardiac workup as per cardiolo
Complete thread -- danke ...
Complete thread -- in regard
Complete thread -- I use it all of the time.
Complete thread -- the word okay
Complete thread -- brain freez, in regard or in regards to ankle pain.
Complete thread -- s/l man nuerologic exam
Complete thread -- Clearly dictates tran-gent... wanted to verify...u think he meant transient?
Complete thread -- wound gauge?
Complete thread -- it is CO2 24
Complete thread -- chloride 160/224
Complete thread -- scleral buckle tire indoor band
Complete thread -- Ah, so glad I saw this! Yes, that would make sense. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Going to flag as I need to send in now. Will check back for an answer in case
Complete thread -- "slack" would make better sense - less tension on the anastomosis.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- increased productivity is a sign of mania - fits with bipolar.
Complete thread -- Yep, I can hear Gore tunneling device now. Thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- After anastomosis was made, an attempt was made to gain a little *flack,* and it....
Complete thread -- Gore tunneler ??
Complete thread -- To me, increased productivity would mean just really getting things done.
Complete thread -- Axillary to profunda femoris artery bypass. Name of device I can't find...
Complete thread -- depressed mood, increased *productivity*, states she has been stealing and
Complete thread -- sounds something like "four 2-inch sterile gauzes"?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear to prevent any dog ears (not the areas...)
Complete thread -- Steri-Strip, and __________ gauze and abdominal binder was placed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ____ observed in all wounds ?
Complete thread -- ? was tailored as to remove
Complete thread -- All the skin and fat tissue below the umbilicus was excised __________ as to remove a
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- unsatisfactory cosmetic
Complete thread -- mbilical down to the pubic bone. __________ wounds and the superior
Complete thread -- bleeding, scarring, __________ cosmetic results related to her wounds.
Complete thread -- possibly BiV-ICD (biventricular ICD)
Complete thread -- 1. Dilated cardiomyopathy: She was diagnosed in 2005 and was followe ...
Complete thread -- s/l graysill is prob "gray scale" sm ***
Complete thread -- That's what I have now. I am so thankful for yours and the other MTs help!
Complete thread -- Thanks it! Block. Is the other word 'preoperative' anesthetic block?
Complete thread -- none other than what was utilized in preoperative local anesthetic block
Complete thread -- Could it be "in 'preopertive' local anesthetic"? There is one more word at the end I can't
Complete thread -- ? local anesthetic block
Complete thread -- in _____ local anesthetic. still another word in there.
Complete thread -- Skin lesion excision
Complete thread -- or...spherocytic elliptocytosis
Complete thread -- sphero-elliptocytosis?
Complete thread -- spherocytosis
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- nope - not with chest pain I wouldn't think....
Complete thread -- spirochetosis, leukocytosis?
Complete thread -- will flag....tired of this report!! thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- s/l spiro-cyto-lipt-cytosis (sm)
Complete thread -- ordered to rule out any other __________ perianal, or perirectal abscess.
Complete thread -- *subtle* marking of radiation
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you.
Complete thread -- takotsubo
Complete thread -- Patient with STEMI and s/l taco syllable syndrome TIA!
Complete thread -- choreiform
Complete thread -- propping
Complete thread -- A Payr retractor was then inserted under the ureter and gonadal vein b ...
Complete thread -- S/L CAREAFORM
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 0.012 inch-thick skin graft
Complete thread -- How to write *0.12 thousandth of an inch* thick skin graft? ...
Complete thread -- rhytides
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tented?
Complete thread -- The radial and ulnar nerves were identified as well. All these vital ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- mass, stitch marks deep margin.
Complete thread -- Specimens: Right renal mass _____ deep margin. ...
Complete thread -- it's a misprint
Complete thread -- flagged and sent nm
Complete thread -- Abdomen is soft and nontender. There is mild periumbilical
Complete thread -- He corrected himself a few sentences later
Complete thread -- probably mis-speaking or doing an "uhhh" no A or Ace.. plain MRSA.
Complete thread -- Eye culture grew methicillin-resistent s/l Ace staph TIA
Complete thread -- My Stedman's Medical & Surgical Equipment has Boise nasal elevator, but maybe it's
Complete thread -- I think I typed it that way for about 10 years because that's how they always pronounce It
Complete thread -- ...and I didn't verify it any further...learned a new word today. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Sorry, I saw it on the procedure page of Medscape.
Complete thread -- It's spelled Boies :)
Complete thread -- Got it...Blakesley. Thanks though :)
Complete thread -- Boise elevator?
Complete thread -- Pt undergoing turbinate submucosal resection. s/l "brisby"
Complete thread -- listen for: Her (or "a") ParaGard IUD was removed
Complete thread -- gracile?
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. I think I will use the last suggestion. :o)
Complete thread -- Brain MRI/MRA (ESL):*Graysill* appearance of the left A1 segment in right vertebral
Complete thread -- of just "Of regard, the ...."
Complete thread -- Cervicalgic headaches.
Complete thread -- not really but can't think of how it might be said. In other regard?
Complete thread -- s/l 'Of her regard', IUD was removed at the start of the procedure.
Complete thread -- thank you.... you are welcome....
Complete thread -- helps if you have right word. It is impractical =/ sheesh
Complete thread -- I offered her referral to occupational therapy for desensitization and ...
Complete thread -- ??? What is the context????
Complete thread -- Libman's Test ... Libman's Test. A purely subjective orthopedic test to determine the pai
Complete thread -- I have 5th edition electronic Stedman's Ortho/rehab words
Complete thread -- how do you spell impractable? cannot get spellcheck to take or give optional spelling
Complete thread -- "Cervalgic headaches"
Complete thread -- I don't know of any tests for malingering that sound anything like that. Waddell's is the
Complete thread -- spells libmen's test but cannot document
Complete thread -- You're probably right, but it's recidivism, with a "d."
Complete thread -- As per BOS-3, are commas needed between suffixes such as ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- NM, need to move on now.
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match what you have. ?
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Thank you both! I thought it might be French, but I was trying things like "faux ledoux"
Complete thread -- ? risk of recitivism
Complete thread -- in terms of her s/l "list of citivism" i would classify her as being well.
Complete thread -- Sounds like "folie a deux" (shared psychosis, basically).
Complete thread -- folie a deux
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Steindler
Complete thread -- Fracture *keyed in* and held in place with lag screws.
Complete thread -- thanks for last one
Complete thread -- His mother he describes as having a "foe-lay-doo" and that she might have bipolar SM
Complete thread -- Need to send in now so will flag.
Complete thread -- sm, podiatry help
Complete thread -- The patient is a 23-year-old male guitar playing who
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! Will flag.
Complete thread -- However, this bone defect represents a sizeable *ex-stressor-rizer* in the bone.
Complete thread -- Yep, I'd flag it. no way to tell.
Complete thread -- relapse education
Complete thread -- A social worker did ____ and told him that he cannot drink further ...
Complete thread -- Yes, that sounds more like it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Can't tell of hypertensive or hypotensive in following context. Is there any
Complete thread -- ?condylar
Complete thread -- Distal *com-mu-lure* locking plate of the right distal femur was removed.
Complete thread -- areolar complex?
Complete thread -- s/l areola-gee demonstrate very mild herniation TIA
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- google in quotes: "hypophysis microadenoma"
Complete thread -- got it - Hytrin - thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- bullous
Complete thread -- High-resolution CT chest to evaluate for bronchiectasis and ____________ disease.
Complete thread -- (spirONOlactone)
Complete thread -- brachytherapy
Complete thread -- s/l brake-e therapy.. see sentence
Complete thread -- Allergies include sulfa ____________
Complete thread -- history of?
Complete thread -- Nothing at all. It is a 76-year-old man.
Complete thread -- found this key grip and chuck grip (pinch) sm
Complete thread -- In this context, he seems to mean that she could forgo additional radiation.
Complete thread -- does anywhere else in report mention EtOH?? curious what it says there
Complete thread -- Thanks. Chuck is not listed in my Stedman's Ortho 5th Ed
Complete thread -- much better! thanks!
Complete thread -- How about his duct is 3 mm (pancreatic duct).
Complete thread -- unsure what blank is; these are listed under Stedman's ortho
Complete thread -- s/l "ducted"
Complete thread -- key grip and s/l chuck grip TIA!
Complete thread -- Secondary Diagnoses: s/l tee-la EtOH? (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Aciphex is the first blank. and I hear Toprol XL.
Complete thread -- second blank is spirolactone
Complete thread -- levothyroxine, loratadine, potassium, ____________, ____________,
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- no distinct ossification or ???
Complete thread -- Basically, she is young and could *spare* additional radiation
Complete thread -- She is not __________. Chest is clear.
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- ahhh just heard it... hep c
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- think he changes his mind and starts to say "no signs" and changes it to no hepatomegaly
Complete thread -- I don't think it is bladder as he said given by blood transfusion at age 26.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No tenderness. _________ No hepatomegaly.
Complete thread -- google serum ggtp fraction
Complete thread -- does have a history of bladder __________blood transfusion at age
Complete thread -- http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/benignity
Complete thread -- serum GGTP and suggest *to fraction it*. He is of Oriental
Complete thread -- I believe he is!....thanks!
Complete thread -- does it sound like he is trying to use benign as the origin and coin begnicity?
Complete thread -- Non-medical word...help! bagnictity sm
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- prompting __________. This was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her daughter found her "hours later" in a pool of blood
Complete thread -- There are no recent palpitations, diaphoresis, _________
Complete thread -- Her daughter _________ in a pool of blood.
Complete thread -- oh. Thanks so much. I did not know that
Complete thread -- breast examination was deferred. __________. Pelvic examination is deferred
Complete thread -- yes, oxycodone causes constipation.
Complete thread -- alveolar atelectasis __________ bilaterally with right AND edema. __________ was al
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- would miralax make sense in context. It is not on his list of drugs, but dictated qu
Complete thread -- ? are also noted bilaterally...
Complete thread -- leads resulting in left axis deviation?
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- low-voltage __________ resulting in __________.
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!
Complete thread -- holding for something
Complete thread -- walk more than 10 min, needs to stand & flex forward, _________ to relieve pain
Complete thread -- Ooooooooh!! Thanx so much
Complete thread -- tight end (it's a position)
Complete thread -- I can hardly find it together on google....
Complete thread -- hypophysis means pituitary gland. pituitary microadenomas. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- the very bottom of the spinous process.
Complete thread -- Bovie electrocautery was used to dissect subcutaneous tissue down to f ...
Complete thread -- "hypophysis microadenoma" dictated clearly, but cant find many references. Does any
Complete thread -- he plays "tightann" or tiden for football
Complete thread -- for nex time. Google your term/phrase. It is right there. This site sm
Complete thread -- s/l PLS may be PLX or PLCX =PLCX posterolateral circumflex branch
Complete thread -- I agree he is making up a word using frond
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- subject this gentleman (yes to pursue)
Complete thread -- given his exposure to schistosomiasis, a decision was made not to *pur ...
Complete thread -- A 26-French rigid resectoscope was placed per the urethra into the bla ...
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. Guess I'm going to have to flag it.
Complete thread -- bilateral native ___ surgery?
Complete thread -- hypercholesterolemia for the last 6 years, bilateral ________ surgery, left in 1999,
Complete thread -- Xeleton? (close as I could get to s/l, and that's not very close)
Complete thread -- I really doubt that.
Complete thread -- I don't think so... it really sounds like (if I had to spell it out) & ...
Complete thread -- Per AAMT BOS-2, mL is preferred when using with a numeral (i.e. 20 mL)
Complete thread -- could it be a TROM?
Complete thread -- figured it out, posterior lateral structure of the right coronary artery.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Use mL ...
Complete thread -- Orthopedics knee brace
Complete thread -- ml or mL
Complete thread -- What the heck is a PLS branch of the coronary artery. I cannot find this
Complete thread -- I can reference below knee radicular pain...
Complete thread -- can you give the full sentence and surrounding context
Complete thread -- it worked!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sorry, spelled somatization
Complete thread -- somatozation disorder?
Complete thread -- Need help with term
Complete thread -- thanks nm!
Complete thread -- out of plaster
Complete thread -- New one for me! Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- sequence of thought?
Complete thread -- Stedman's abbrevs has:
Complete thread -- Psych clinic. *SOT* was logical and coherent. Please sm for context.
Complete thread -- She had planned on going on a trip
Complete thread -- regurgitant (backward flow) of
Complete thread -- I will also assess her PTH and vitamin D. ____ trip to Europe and on her return she w
Complete thread -- Thanks so much
Complete thread -- PIP = personal injury protection
Complete thread -- ___ claim number. Is there a word tehre? Letter to insurance company
Complete thread -- thank you~
Complete thread -- clipped
Complete thread -- uploaded WAV
Complete thread -- The car also ____another car before coming to rest.
Complete thread -- what is a "pitt" claim number when writing a letter to the insurance company?
Complete thread -- Thank you f g j j g j!!
Complete thread -- palsy age 4 with some ....
Complete thread -- She also has a history of Bell's palsy at ___ with some subtle residual right facial
Complete thread -- thanks billybob!
Complete thread -- sounds like "reducing factors."
Complete thread -- s/l straight stick scissors. I can only confirm non-stick straight scissors (sm)
Complete thread -- you are the/a rheumatologist who follows her for...
Complete thread -- recently which showed negative for ____and normal full blood count, coeliac serology,
Complete thread -- In addition, pt is a female and the H&P is for a colonoscopy.
Complete thread -- Medication spelled by MD: S-i-a-s-a-l-e-r See msg for details
Complete thread -- nm, got it, Synagis
Complete thread -- that could be possible. thanks... ...
Complete thread -- 3-week-old well visit, doc describing NICU stay, Indian ESL s.m.
Complete thread -- You or a rheumatologist is to follow her for...?
Complete thread -- his name starts with a J(eg. James) and ends with a D(eg. Dean), so it ...
Complete thread -- yes ...
Complete thread -- is this a letter to the rheumatologist?
Complete thread -- you um are/a rheumatologist
Complete thread -- malaise with current left *below knee* radicular involvement and
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- yup, I guess meaning respiratory depression, fixed the ventilation, thx!!
Complete thread -- depressed makes sense (not anxiety/depression)
Complete thread -- This is a well visit for a 3-week-old, doc is giving the birth history, Indian ESL
Complete thread -- Wrist fracture. Sugar tong splint. Return for x-rays *anno* plaster. Please
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Thanks for the confirmation!
Complete thread -- She said it again, this time with saw, and I was able to search and find Gigli.
Complete thread -- see: Gigli saw
Complete thread -- The tissue was dissected down to the tibia, which was resected with a *giggly.* We...
Complete thread -- makes sense, but use a hyphen: pull-type discomfort (like a pulled muscle)
Complete thread -- left *maroney* radicular
Complete thread -- s/l pull type discomfort
Complete thread -- Sorry, misunderstood. You are correct.
Complete thread -- Read the OP's message...it's not vaginal pooling; it is a sample for a test.
Complete thread -- as I said, I'd type as dictated - google vaginal pooling.
Complete thread -- If you can't verify it, don't type it.
Complete thread -- Flagging.
Complete thread -- That' just it, I'm not sure it is pooling.
Complete thread -- I'd type it as dictated.
Complete thread -- 72-year-old female now status post recent
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of a "pooling sample of amniotic fluid"? (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This is a 72-year-old female _______ recent small-bowel resection for
Complete thread -- obstructed by an adhesive band. Adhesiolysis was...
Complete thread -- of mid distal jejunum herniated and _____ and adhesiolysis was performed and the bowe
Complete thread -- thank you, that makes sense.
Complete thread -- likely s/l "advice" is "device" i.e., instruments/devices left behind sm
Complete thread -- agree, interrogated (as in "testing") to make sure open nm
Complete thread -- medical "advice"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- think i got it, Discharge instructions and medications are as per AVS review. Further to
Complete thread -- AVS (after-visit summary)
Complete thread -- AVS preview. Further to the dictation of 04/18, the patient...
Complete thread -- either AVS or ABS review further to the dictation ? not sure what that means.
Complete thread -- Discharge instructions and medications are as per _______ to the dictation of 04/18.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- right costal margin _________. The rectal, breast, and
Complete thread -- No, I didn't hear that.
Complete thread -- Could it be: The assessment is sclerosis....
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- estimated to be 55% to 60%. mumble sclerosis, mild mitral...
Complete thread -- and above it is mitral valve dysfunction not mild valve...
Complete thread -- mild mitral ANNULAR CALCIFICATION with mild mitral regu, trace mitral insuff...
Complete thread -- hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg OD, ________ 10 mg OD, aspirin 81 mg OD,
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- carotid artery disease
Complete thread -- I don't hear the 4 but do hear moves all extremities.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it might be... She is awake. Moves all 4 extremities. She does have an
Complete thread -- She is awake _________ in all spheres. She does have expressive aphasia
Complete thread -- diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, __________ complicated by prior cerebrovascular
Complete thread -- At this point, using a Glidewire and Glide catheter we attempted to cr ...
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- pericarinal!! thnks for trying, Billybob!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- hits for parenchymal lymphadenopathy....tx for trying, any other ideas?
Complete thread -- I'll bet that's what he is saying.
Complete thread -- parenchymal?
Complete thread -- The glans stitch was removed and the meatus was *interrogated* using b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He has paratracheal and s/l parachinal adenopathy.
Complete thread -- crusting.
Complete thread -- True. Looks like the MT could have looked it up (helper too) before
Complete thread -- There were no obvious signs of the previously inserted tympanostomy tu ...
Complete thread -- They can be but
Complete thread -- does not s/l rest or exertional.
Complete thread -- She will let us know if she develops any s/l regregestant chest discomfort. tx.
Complete thread -- for replying..will hear again.
Complete thread -- I heard active. Actiq is usually pronounced ak-teek
Complete thread -- the only thing I can think of is "correlates"
Complete thread -- I hear something like "all medications as well as active or actique (period).'
Complete thread -- keep him off all medications as well as __
Complete thread -- assessment: His symptoms are without specific clinical s/l carved on examination?.
Complete thread -- They sure are amazing. Suppose one is conditioned to believe anything ending "oid" is an
Complete thread -- I hear "scarred down portions"
Complete thread -- Flagged. ...
Complete thread -- Care was taken over the intended portion of the septum as there were m ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I flagged it; thank you, both/nm
Complete thread -- True. Those dictionaries are amazing, aren't they?
Complete thread -- carcinoid is a noun, so not "weird"
Complete thread -- I think they are just lazy speakers. I would let it go if it were me. Depends on your
Complete thread -- I was concerned about the possibility of (?a carcinoid) and I remain concerned with t
Complete thread -- mild dysfuction of the left ventricle with end-diastolic pressure of 18 mmHg
Complete thread -- easy fatigability. This occurred
Complete thread -- it has been flagged
Complete thread -- I heard "next paragraph." Sheesh, could he speak clearly through the important stuff!
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- developed exertional dyspnea and __________ occurred when she climbed one flight of s
Complete thread -- gosh I would flag it for sure!! shame on him. "He has me a tad confused"(I guess sooooo),
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- blood-loss anemia, success of pain management
Complete thread -- a daily basis, monitoring _______ successive pain management
Complete thread -- agree with this now
Complete thread -- agree "comminicated" (the patient, communicated, that is)
Complete thread -- s/l left greater than right
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- All I can get is Extremities: ___ right edema.
Complete thread -- falcine ?
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- Some type of structure... Pls see msg. Thank you.
Complete thread -- not hearing the right mp3
Complete thread -- found this limits your sodium intake to 2000-. 3000 mg (2-3 grams) daily
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Extremities: No __________ edema, no calf tenderness
Complete thread -- diffuse
Complete thread -- found this, but not familiar. Looks like referring to endocrine function in pregnancy.
Complete thread -- x-ray from 04/11/2013 showed mild __________ increased
Complete thread -- Whatever. The BMI for that height and weight is slightly off also. He can call it
Complete thread -- It sounds like they are leaving out the name of an endocrine lab and just
Complete thread -- I left something out. She says sodium chloride 2 grams twice daily SM
Complete thread -- that's what I thought, but in a medication list have you heard it?
Complete thread -- They probably mean to limit dietary salt to 2 g a day--I've heard that a bunch.
Complete thread -- The phrase is a free modifier and it needs a comma - see link
Complete thread -- Hospitalist consult by PA-C. Lists labs (chemistries and CBC), then says/sm
Complete thread -- sodium chloride 2 grams
Complete thread -- agree...no comma
Complete thread -- could be ABDOMEN too.... /
Complete thread -- that's for the doc to say
Complete thread -- leave as dictated
Complete thread -- I agree with no comma.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- genitalia
Complete thread -- yes sm
Complete thread -- I say no
Complete thread -- Under what heading would groin exam go? Thanks
Complete thread -- do in need a comma in this sentence?
Complete thread -- GERD and reflux - improved. (isn't that repetitive?)
Complete thread -- I think would be 27.6, but would be overweight not obese
Complete thread -- ^^ignore that
Complete thread -- 188,000 google hits for "bowel actions"
Complete thread -- 6 feet 2 inches 218, BMI is 28, so the numbers are right.
Complete thread -- that would be correct -- see bmi chart
Complete thread -- listen for 62 inches
Complete thread -- obese male? 6 feet 2 and 215 pounds.
Complete thread -- 10 to the 5th (power), greater than 10,000 each CFU/mL
Complete thread -- sorry ignore this, I posted in the wrong place, sorry!
Complete thread -- LOL, me either, would you leave as that? Or just put bowels? We have the ability to
Complete thread -- LOL, me either, would you leave as that? Or just put bowels? We have the ability to
Complete thread -- s/l actions to me? I've never heard of such before...???
Complete thread -- my take is: greater than 10,000 CFU/mL
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- she opens her bowel and her bowel actions (?are open up to four to five times per day
Complete thread -- maybe commenting?
Complete thread -- no - divided into small parts does not make sense there
Complete thread -- sorry...hit enter... or "communicated"
Complete thread -- No it doesn't. I would think it is either "commented"
Complete thread -- comminuted - does this fit?
Complete thread -- plays soccer year round
Complete thread -- she also plays soccer with ____ with Jersey United Soccer travel team at
Complete thread -- I sent with a blank. Thank you though :) ...
Complete thread -- what's being assessed?
Complete thread -- FINALLY heard after listening to again now - :)
Complete thread -- ESL - injecting patient with spasticity
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- At that time, lactate, ammonia, CBC, s/l AL ?? were ordered, as well a ...
Complete thread -- and a small alligator CLIP THAT was placed over the perforation
Complete thread -- area in wrist?
Complete thread -- I can hear clip now but not sure what the "blood" is... blunt?
Complete thread -- small alligator *blood clot* was placed over
Complete thread -- radical prostatectomy, looking for name of surgical instrument sm pls
Complete thread -- Can you post a wav or
Complete thread -- why is pt being seen, and by whom? ? _____ risk?
Complete thread -- anything mentioned already why she is seen for her wrist? Monitor ? on her wrist
Complete thread -- yes, corrected that
Complete thread -- alligator clip that was placed? Can't document alligator clips though.
Complete thread -- s/l harrion??
Complete thread -- (debrided *of* cerumen)
Complete thread -- and a small alligator. __________ was placed over the perforation
Complete thread -- with the wax curette. _________ was removed with an alligator and
Complete thread -- Oh yeah, I think you're right. (relate to something she ate). I'm not the op.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you gold!!!
Complete thread -- Think he's saying "full stop" at the end (meaning period, end of sentence). I can't get
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Is the patient postop? may relate to something she ate postop. ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She did, however, have a one-day episode of epigastric pain which may relate ____
Complete thread -- more references for expirium (with I, as in expire)
Complete thread -- and umm ... advanced to cover
Complete thread -- there may be a clue to the word earlier in the dictation
Complete thread -- cesarean, fyi
Complete thread -- patient expressed no desire to _______, she was taken to the operating
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- a regrowth
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- surgery and presents today for a _______ defect. Upon presentation
Complete thread -- could only hear spina bifida at S1 level, but there is some word before taht
Complete thread -- created on the lower lid and ______ to cover the inferior
Complete thread -- Never mind! He was saying "cap splinting" LOL!
Complete thread -- 3. No significant arthritic or degenerative changes. 4. __________ at the S1 level.
Complete thread -- Will flag.
Complete thread -- from T12-L1 shows the conus is weill visualized...
Complete thread -- Tuft fracture s/l capsule and tingle! (sm) Thanks!
Complete thread -- thought content is negative for anxiety, *oh-ver-dee* or delusional preoccupation.
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- extensor tendon?
Complete thread -- Op note for long finger sagittal band...please sm
Complete thread -- Of course, as soon as I post and go back for another listen, I get it: sagittal !!!
Complete thread -- Procedure: Right long finger *ex-sigh-sull* band reconstrution. I don't hear
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- "A conical pyramidal lobe often ascends from the isthmus or the adjacent part of either lo
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- never mind - it's "apneas"
Complete thread -- can find s/l parametal lobe for thyroid TIA
Complete thread -- baby with suspected pertusisis: s/l ap-dans
Complete thread -- T12-L1 shows the compression?
Complete thread -- "A workup including cystoscopy (about less than)" he changes his mind and then says
Complete thread -- He had work including a cystoscopy about _______ six months ago
Complete thread -- T2 transaxial data set sounds like "compass" is well visualized?
Complete thread -- anybody?? It sounds so clear, but dont know
Complete thread -- Yes!!
Complete thread -- found a few more recent references...
Complete thread -- and just in case that super lengthy link doesn't play well in your browser...
Complete thread -- found one very antiquated reference from 1885.
Complete thread -- Rutgers?
Complete thread -- I have a doc who says that too, very clearly each time.
Complete thread -- lungs with prolonged s/l experium (clearly stated and not expiration) TIA!
Complete thread -- can stool be contrast for an upcoming study. I am trying to figure out if this parag
Complete thread -- She graduated "lectors" 33-year old female
Complete thread -- It could be right. Found this.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks so much for confirming I heard correctly.
Complete thread -- s/l train of stimulation
Complete thread -- T-piece
Complete thread -- I am hearing ?conj - as in limbal conjunctiva
Complete thread -- ___ space and Tuohy needle?
Complete thread -- Sterile saline was flushed through the *tee-piece* and Tuohy needle
Complete thread -- going to go with minocycline - under physical exam describes rosacea
Complete thread -- limbal _____ to seal the bleb. I am going crazy, keep trying to upload the wav.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav talks about a knee immobilizer.
Complete thread -- wav does not match.
Complete thread -- 100% made-up .. could find palpable cords
Complete thread -- cordiness? sm
Complete thread -- sutures were placed along the limbal _____ to seal the bleb.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Maybe I'm just misunderstanding him.
Complete thread -- since there is no such thing, you can just flag it or put his spelling in quotes and let
Complete thread -- medication - provider spelled aminocycline
Complete thread -- No idea.
Complete thread -- Could he be abbreviating 'conjunctiva' to 'conj'? I have never heard him say that though.
Complete thread -- all I see is limbal conjunctiva
Complete thread -- Ex-PRESS shunt placement, glaucoma seaton, right eye.
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- Some nationalities cannot pronounce "l". sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I already wrote above, does not s/l Lachman. I hear definite r
Complete thread -- maybe started to say forceps and changed mind?
Complete thread -- Using sharp "fort" pickups
Complete thread -- There is a Lachman test for the knee.
Complete thread -- Is there a test known as ACL jiggle?
Complete thread -- Anterior drawer test, s/l roxman test, and posterior drawer
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yep, 2 clips placed proximal - common saying on GB surgery
Complete thread -- sounds right to me but can't think of what the blanks could be other than
Complete thread -- maybe burrowing
Complete thread -- should strap s/l brewing
Complete thread -- It is typed correctly as "over 2 volume estimation." Thanks
Complete thread -- Really can't hear all of what he is saying but does the below seem accurate?
Complete thread -- Reiss Eisenpress?
Complete thread -- Cystic artery was identified, *two clips proximal side* and then transected.
Complete thread -- yes of course you are right..thx
Complete thread -- Prostate volume is at 54 cc on HWL 'over to' volume estimation.
Complete thread -- commas correct, apostophe's bad.
Complete thread -- comma's correct?
Complete thread -- Infundibulum was inspected _____and transected
Complete thread -- thanks again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- WOW !!! That is the kind of dictator that needs to have a clean canned text
Complete thread -- It must be. This one's accent is quite "heavy". LOL Thanks
Complete thread -- See msg
Complete thread -- peristalsis?
Complete thread -- s/l A'-pree-stall'-asis
Complete thread -- After that, _____ to the fascia.
Complete thread -- given IV antibiotics _____ on the lower extremities. -think I can hear please confirm
Complete thread -- pregnancy and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- After the first _____ vaginal delivery from a pregnancy complicated only by significa
Complete thread -- It's fine, it means visual field cut. They often leave out "visual."
Complete thread -- does anyone know a law firm in NY that sounds like "resize and press"
Complete thread -- no *field cut* or facial asymmetry
Complete thread -- ?mosaicplasty
Complete thread -- X-rays confirm s/l "metaloplasty" performed on the trochlear implant.
Complete thread -- got it, coude
Complete thread -- He voids via a s/l kru day. I know I know this. brain fart
Complete thread -- ?somatic
Complete thread -- Dux of the school
Complete thread -- continued to HSC, completing this with an Anderson score of 354 _______
Complete thread -- Looks like I posted the whole book. Says adventitial scissors are straight and dissecting
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l adventitial scissor
Complete thread -- I don't hear a thing in the blank. Just hear biopsies in the past
Complete thread -- commingled
Complete thread -- PSA ________ was around 7. PSA on the Avodart
Complete thread -- Added wav
Complete thread -- s/l comittaled....see message for more
Complete thread -- three sets of prostate biopsies *in PLO – 10* in the past all of which are
Complete thread -- mixed echoes?
Complete thread -- Confirming V1 or V3
Complete thread -- That is it - thank you so much ...
Complete thread -- quality
Complete thread -- i think begins with CL - maybe something like falsetto claudie ...
Complete thread -- are you saying the word you cannot understand sounds like "CL" or begins with cl?
Complete thread -- On examination, the voice is somewhat hoarse with a falsetto s/l cl??? ...
Complete thread -- see msg
Complete thread -- I think maybe V1 or V3. Thats what I found
Complete thread -- I did find somewhere D1 and D3 being sides of the face, but only
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- the pain as burning, lancinating.
Complete thread -- I am trying to document B1 or B3 unless maybe it is D1 or D3.
Complete thread -- She describes the pain as a burning ___. She has great difficulty
Complete thread -- do you work for an online company. do they have openings?
Complete thread -- google: "post arthroscopic" clicking
Complete thread -- no prob, OP. I totally overlooked it!
Complete thread -- I ended up flagging the whole sentence as she mentions both colon issues
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- does to me - pt is status post total knee with 1 closed manipulation
Complete thread -- Does this make sense??
Complete thread -- I would put the first comma after "and"
Complete thread -- comma placement correct??
Complete thread -- I would flag the word colonoscopy
Complete thread -- Just how far up do they go with a colonoscopy?
Complete thread -- hey thanks all
Complete thread -- will do. Thank you.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- life-threatening bleeding
Complete thread -- ? including ___________ bleeding
Complete thread -- a) leave as dictated
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- see message for question
Complete thread -- There are risks and benefits to both(taking out) continuing Coumadin including ____
Complete thread -- Thank you ...
Complete thread -- I think it will, no faster than MT work is, but about just the same.
Complete thread -- stop it, quit trying to get something going. It is you who is snarker look what you said
Complete thread -- do you think medical coding/billing will go to EMR like MT work is?
Complete thread -- sural (nerves) ?
Complete thread -- chronic back pain
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- ?states (fugue-like states dictated earlier)
Complete thread -- makes sense- No ecchymosis, this has faded.
Complete thread -- fugue-like state
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- yes probably periods.
Complete thread -- spells of confusion etc.
Complete thread -- Sentence after above, is "She is without any other tenderness noted."
Complete thread -- Swelling around ankle. No ecchymosis s/l this is faded. Does this make sense?
Complete thread -- you have to click where it says link, james bond
Complete thread -- periods?
Complete thread -- oh knock it off, 345
Complete thread -- Geoffrey = Geoff / Jeffrey = Jeff
Complete thread -- MRI scan with contraSt (drop "of the")
Complete thread -- Oh shoot. I was listening and did not read you already had this. Some help I am!
Complete thread -- episodic prolonged something
Complete thread -- what is pt being evaluated for?
Complete thread -- It is hard to know what has caused these episodic prolonged ___, wheth ...
Complete thread -- If you're flagging to QA, they wouldn't know any more than you do. Don't know the context,
Complete thread -- Anasarca - took a quick break and it dawned on me what he was saying. Thanks
Complete thread -- s/ltheedblack
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I am clueless!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'll have to flag as there is no way for me to know which tp prefers. nm
Complete thread -- Of note, nursing delivery summary has a mistake
Complete thread -- At the top of this page, right side, called bacteria, click can be helpful next time
Complete thread -- ohhhh stop this "sanctimonious tongue wagging" (your words) good grief, stop it, be kind.
Complete thread -- Could be a few different shorts (see link)
Complete thread -- First hame Geoffrey. Would the nickname be spelled Geoff or Jeff? nm
Complete thread -- TERRIBLE *ass*umption on your part!!
Complete thread -- Finding references to a genus known as moraxella.
Complete thread -- of note, note the delivery summary has a mistake...no pop-off...
Complete thread -- bacillus?
Complete thread -- pls help
Complete thread -- Of note __________, no pop-off of vacuum cup was
Complete thread -- sport injury?
Complete thread -- but thank you for trying to help!
Complete thread -- LOL, sing it Sista!
Complete thread -- People like you are why a lot of helpers have left this board.
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- Head is normocephalic. S/l skin appeared ee-u-bit-us. ENT showed no oral lesions.
Complete thread -- means, no moniker, usually just "no, "no no" 'bad info" or no answer at all,
Complete thread -- What's this bit about my "hide". Because you are seen daily saying "no, "no, no", bad info
Complete thread -- no help?
Complete thread -- also called top hat, or the hat, toilet hat, toilet pan. Can google for a picture too
Complete thread -- nope...sorry. He said "spot on injury"
Complete thread -- findings are his typical template... I am just going to go with what he said. Thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, not trying to come off snarky :( having bad day
Complete thread -- ??? did you read the original post? it clearly says "chest" x-ray
Complete thread -- What are the findings of the chest x-ray?
Complete thread -- Aubagio
Complete thread -- ?spot on x-ray
Complete thread -- if it's not too much trouble, would you mind telling us what is being
Complete thread -- that is the exact sentence. REASON FOR EXAM: Spot on injury.
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence?
Complete thread -- never heard of that before. Usually I hear "full" "DNR" or "care and comfort"
Complete thread -- spot on injury ?? chest x-ray reason for exam
Complete thread -- benefit of the doubt goes both ways.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Ovace (sulfacetamide)
Complete thread -- chem(ical) code?
Complete thread -- s/l Ovazio, blurred vision
Complete thread -- s/l Ovazio, blurred vision
Complete thread -- code status is s/l com code. TIA!
Complete thread -- specimen cup and specimen hat
Complete thread -- TFC (triangular fibrocartilage complex)?
Complete thread -- volar wrist injury s/l fc or xc laceration TIA!
Complete thread -- NM. A/B otic....duh moment
Complete thread -- s/l AD otic suspension TI!
Complete thread -- urinalysis specimen s/l catch mit hat TIA!
Complete thread -- #2 - Cooley clamp, small Cooley clamp (corrects self). was placed on??
Complete thread -- A small vertebral arterial clamp _____ common carotid artery and a ___ ...
Complete thread -- Welllll, you have to admit, that helper had a very good idea.
Complete thread -- Just hear "emergency team. The" and nothing more recorded. Need to send new
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into the emergency room and had significant co ...
Complete thread -- excellennt, totally agree, need more random acts of kindness not snarkly stuff
Complete thread -- back up your posts, not just bad info or no or no no. Not helpful otherwise, your hide.
Complete thread -- oh! I would have suggested "clicking".
Complete thread -- incisura
Complete thread -- Flagged. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- A 2-hole one-third tubular plate was applied just above the tibiofibul ...
Complete thread -- plain old x-rays as opposed to CT, etc.
Complete thread -- On *plain/plane* radiographs, he was found to have a high fibular frac ...
Complete thread -- When you're feeling irritated at an OP, just step back for a second
Complete thread -- you know full well that
Complete thread -- Therapy.
Complete thread -- Truth. How did WE know what it was without asking? and, how can we help?
Complete thread -- Out of all the rudeness I've ever witnessed on this board, asking "What is the
Complete thread -- Here's a better idea learn to ask without rudeness. I do not need help from people sm
Complete thread -- Hi, would make sense but she def doesn't pronounce it like that!
Complete thread -- psychotropic?
Complete thread -- s/l ser-pat-ic prescriptions
Complete thread -- PS - just realized it is "clue cells" THANKS ...
Complete thread -- vaginosis