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Complete thread -- It's some kind of brace/splint for the knees. "We ordered her a new ______ splint." nm
Complete thread -- :) thanks, poi. (now I'm hungry ... pie, poi ... lol)
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- Posting the sentence might help. Bone splints (like on lower part of shin/knee)
Complete thread -- op said it was not -pexy
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is not what this nurse practitioner is saying, so I'll have to flag.
Complete thread -- check direct anterior tracheobronchopexy
Complete thread -- tracheobronchial s/l plex-ee (not pexy or plasty) (see message)
Complete thread -- Cefzil? nm
Complete thread -- "Boone splints" for knees? Boot splints? Bone splints? Google no help.
Complete thread -- I should say your answer was the correct answer :)
Complete thread -- he did get this correct pie. He messaged me the correct answer and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- apparent?
Complete thread -- There is some _____ distention caused by her kyphosis.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l he stuttered over diffuse ?
Complete thread -- when I type that in Google, it gives me Xgeva.
Complete thread -- Xgeva
Complete thread -- Breast cancer- started on aromasin and s/l exgiva
Complete thread -- consistent with global _____ anoxia and diffuse cerebral
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think he starts to say "brain..." and then changes his mind - so nothing in blank?
Complete thread -- Nuzyme
Complete thread -- She is not responsive. Pupils are dilated, fixed. ______ CT of the brain as describ
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes that's what saying. I should have said s/l ABR=ABO etc
Complete thread -- Maybe he means Nuzyme but s/l he's saying
Complete thread -- I answered this one last week - "There is dark material in..."
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube.
Complete thread -- So you're saying the answer is ABO (and) Rh? If so, I
Complete thread -- Miralax, artificial tears, tetracaine, _____, triamcinolone, ______.
Complete thread -- I like the below suggestion of "effusive" much better - the term actually goes with mania.
Complete thread -- I guess could be diffusive=pour out, spread freely (the mania)
Complete thread -- Everyone has an ABO blood type (A, B, AB, or O) and an Rh factor (positive or negative).
Complete thread -- that's all I come with as well
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Savella?
Complete thread -- drug s/l sa vil
Complete thread -- effusive would be my first guess.
Complete thread -- history of mania. Today, patient no longer appears "diffusive"? sm
Complete thread -- Tp had s/l ABR RH done. She is A positive.
Complete thread -- Since the doc is using present tense throughout the
Complete thread -- Yes. (see link)
Complete thread -- some striae and distention?
Complete thread -- e-mail billybob to delete the patient's name.
Complete thread -- Elevated alkaline phosphatase is more likely due to *bone*.
Complete thread -- There is some *crayon* distention caused by her kyphosis.
Complete thread -- no - a smoker.
Complete thread -- at/to the lateral canthal area? see link
Complete thread -- at the bilateral canthal area? Could they have injected 2 areas?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- answered below.
Complete thread -- below the canthal area? at the level of the canthal area?
Complete thread -- Prior to taking to the operating room, the patient was sedated and loc ...
Complete thread -- tarsus (typo)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The cut tarus edge
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The tarsus of the cut portion of the lid was then exposed and anchored ...
Complete thread -- after instillation of
Complete thread -- A corneal protective lens was placed into the right eye ____ topical t ...
Complete thread -- Prior to taking to the operating room, the patient was sedated and loc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Repair of right upper eyelid
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right upper lid floppy lid with mechanical ec ...
Complete thread -- Agree. Duc is a name of Vietnamese origin, goes with last name of
Complete thread -- Duc Nguyen? Duke Nukem??
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- results, awaiting call from Michelle (?) in _____ Care Center
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- This is very pleasant female with gastroesophageal reflux disease and ...
Complete thread -- *for the* evaluation of
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant female who is referred by Dr. Duke Nguyen with ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- One is family practice the other is gastroenterology.
Complete thread -- I hear "Dr Babaknia" and find that name in Orange County, but
Complete thread -- can it be Dr. Behboodikhah?
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I got the wav before the posting got here. This is what I heard
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 nutrition #2 besides the
Complete thread -- The plan is to contact the insurance if the patient would need ____ co ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's saying "She had advance on fill done recently, a few
Complete thread -- had (incorrectly says has) band unfill done recently, a few weeks ago.
Complete thread -- The patient has continuously been followed up with me and was seen for ...
Complete thread -- I googled "neurosurgeons of the 20th century" and some names other than Harvey Cushing
Complete thread -- thanks billybob and lb
Complete thread -- Norvasc 5 mg ?? Kinda hard to hear. I do hear "vas" in the ending of the word.
Complete thread -- Norvasc ____ mg?
Complete thread -- do you have asthma? I also cough, but I've had asthma for years so no surprise.
Complete thread -- prednisone 10 mg daily, _______ 4 mg daily, lisinopril 10 mg daily
Complete thread -- A small "v-cotomy" was made in A2 in order to access at multiple areas along
Complete thread -- yeah. OP said s/l "centi" something, which is why I thought my answer might have been
Complete thread -- Sorry, this is such a horrible sound file I can't get anything. Before Cushing, s/l it
Complete thread -- which now has pride of place in my collection of works of _____, _____ ...
Complete thread -- Word-of-mouse is inconclusive on this one.
Complete thread -- or even "on" post-pull films
Complete thread -- also found it on this page, scroll down to SVC curve (this has has volume/dm3)
Complete thread -- makes sense
Complete thread -- When I do that, I cough.
Complete thread -- I think they are talking about an x-ray after pulling the chest tube
Complete thread -- agree, with ( n g a d k d) liters
Complete thread -- Don't know completely, but think "and" is really "in"
Complete thread -- see link - scroll down to vital capacity
Complete thread -- I find it as (cm3)
Complete thread -- liters per second?
Complete thread -- What unit is slow vital capacity (SVC) measured in? It sounds like he TIA!
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray was stable and a s/l post-pull film without pneumothorax.
Complete thread -- yep, mine too. I missed the OP by just a few seconds, but that's the
Complete thread -- meh... I didnt read any of the posts before posting, but this one got my vote.
Complete thread -- nevermind, i just saw you said "did not spell"
Complete thread -- did the doc spell that out, or did you?
Complete thread -- WAG -- slang for tetralogy of Fallot?
Complete thread -- tet-canal defect
Complete thread -- see link for a couple of hits
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- She says, "possibly tet canal, T-A-T canal, C-A-N-A-L." She doesn't say the word "spell."
Complete thread -- hmmm --- "Tet spell" shows up, could she be saying "Tet spell" instead of "Tet spelled"?
Complete thread -- As you know, the baby has a complete AV canal defect and possibly * s/l tet* canal.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- stomach in a sleeve
Complete thread -- stomach in a sleeve...
Complete thread -- not certain what he said
Complete thread -- Yep, that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- I think I just got it: in the distal femoral vein, popliteal and proximal posterior tibia
Complete thread -- all I can make out is he says "popliteal" somewhere in there
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Same difference -- I'd type it as dictated.
Complete thread -- dictated as "RX 45 Hydratome" but online shows "Hydratome RX 45"
Complete thread -- Maybe he lifted his son named Gayler. A wav/mp3 file would help.
Complete thread -- "did lift some gayler the night before"
Complete thread -- PLEASE DISREGARD! Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- Ortho question - inner surface or intersurface tear? sm
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- majority of
Complete thread -- Tear posterior horn lateral meniscus. Early grade 4 chondromalacia __ ...
Complete thread -- Right, who knows? Guess they think it's cool to talk that way. Not.
Complete thread -- yep, that works.
Complete thread -- or "laminar fusion"?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't guess...it might be laminotomy
Complete thread -- Guess she means laminectomy. Wish they would say that rather than lami.
Complete thread -- Patient is status post s/l lami fusion L3-5. "Lami" is "laminectomy"?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- QA also left this blank.
Complete thread -- QA left blank.
Complete thread -- Complains
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: ____ when brushing on the upper left. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- microwave
Complete thread -- microwave ? (what's the Dx?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction
Complete thread -- He performed self catheterization periodically. He has had a prior __ ...
Complete thread -- You may have some singular/plural issues ?target points were waist(s)?
Complete thread -- agree with Q, could be saying "3 millimeters pulmonary nodule."
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Here are more specific hits
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "pulmonary nodule" (see link)
Complete thread -- I tried, but couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- CTA of the chest: There is a 3 mm s/l spull-nare-ee nodule in the lingula. TIA!
Complete thread -- blanking. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- more info: REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Questionable retropharyngeal fluid collection.
Complete thread -- MP3. ...take the patient to the operating room and perform _____ examination
Complete thread -- .....which were waist of the articular pillars". got it.
Complete thread -- ack! lol. VR had nevus; I thought liver, but not much indication for that elsewhere.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- liver? She might be saying "next line" but it sounds like you said.
Complete thread -- Not sure, could she be saying "Nevus surgery." ?
Complete thread -- I am finding Benda used in google hits at medical site, such as
Complete thread -- MP3. 4. Hernia repair. 5. ____ surgery.
Complete thread -- Dictator is saying Rituxan and "Benda" instead of "bendamustine". How to transcribe?
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "in (or into?) the safe triangles of"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear "
Complete thread -- #1 I think I hear "which were the safe triangles" see link
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- ok. i didn't hear the wav...
Complete thread -- That's not the same as onychauxis, which is what was dictated.
Complete thread -- OR... Dorland's has onychosis.
Complete thread -- excellent, thanks!
Complete thread -- onychauxis
Complete thread -- WAV. Onychomycosis, _____, onycholysis and ulcerated nail beds, right foot
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- think I got it... "chia seed"
Complete thread -- any guesses?
Complete thread -- maybe s/l TF seed???
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- Ok thanks for the tip!
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know. By the way, when giving us
Complete thread -- Found it. FEMAP (First Episode Mood and Anxiety Program)
Complete thread -- Sorry no. The doctor say fee-map
Complete thread -- Spelling out those letters?
Complete thread -- s/l FI-MAP
Complete thread -- got it - lacertus fibrosis
Complete thread -- biceps tendon repair, s/l Lasters fibrosis sm plse
Complete thread -- yeah, that's why I couldn't tell for sure either - I guess OP can just pick one.
Complete thread -- S/L he starts to say in then says from the NG tube ?
Complete thread -- or possibly *from* the NG tube - can't tell for sure.
Complete thread -- There is dark material in the NG tube.
Complete thread -- 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- maybe Xtandi?
Complete thread -- so clear
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Tho might be saying "Cardiac arrest probably and aspiration" ..see link..
Complete thread -- Cardizem, _____ which is a treatment
Complete thread -- Could Xtandi be it? Your s/l is kind of a dyslexic version of it.
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Cardiac arrest probably from an aspiration (what I heard)
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Because it s/l "_____ probably ?an aspiration."
Complete thread -- What was the patient's presenting problem(s)/symptom(s)?
Complete thread -- ?congenital cysts
Complete thread -- Wonder if he's saying "__?__ cysts of the pancreas"
Complete thread -- lithiasis?
Complete thread -- got it, Glubran study to reduce seroma formation in breast cancer pts
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: ______ aspiration. It is not clear
Complete thread -- Xofigo? Not very close to your "sounds like", though. nm
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- med s/l sta knotty
Complete thread -- pt has breast cancer and they are talking about some Australian breast cancer study
Complete thread -- venogram??
Complete thread -- past history of "ell-a-sis" or "LSS" of the pancreas. Brain freeze. tia nm
Complete thread -- mastectomy, axillary physiotherapy and potentially help us with the ____ study
Complete thread -- URTK, but ty & yw.
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you Questyr! You are awesome!
Complete thread -- oh...I was wondering why a doctor would say *forearm* rather than particular bone
Complete thread -- (it was pisiform)
Complete thread -- proximal?
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 93...use hyphen when adverb (good) modifies
Complete thread -- plse disregard
Complete thread -- It has been 6 weeks since he fractured his s/l PC forearm. He is doing well.
Complete thread -- nor do I
Complete thread -- ileus (period) There is gastric
Complete thread -- consistent with _______ gastric distention
Complete thread -- hyphen help - "with a hormone-positive, small, good-prognostic breast tumor."
Complete thread -- I don't hear mp3
Complete thread -- Blood pressure 109/81, pulse 106. ______ the NG tube.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- She was not consistent in her report if Effexor was giving her any relief of symptoms.
Complete thread -- Ducolax=Dulcolax
Complete thread -- while we're at it, Valium should be capped as well.
Complete thread -- I think triamcinalone is in here (he pronounces it tree-am-sin-a-lone)
Complete thread -- klonopin=Klonopin
Complete thread -- tetracaine
Complete thread -- global brain anoxia?
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav file
Complete thread -- Miralax, artificial tears, _____,
Complete thread -- ERCP with history of ______, seizure disorder
Complete thread -- consistent with global *billinoxia* and diffuse cerebral edema.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- posted new WAV and here is corrected dictation
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- #2 - something like "consistent in her report of" or "her report that" ??
Complete thread -- that makes sense, as she says she was previously in partial program
Complete thread -- it sounds more like "...changes in her medications when she was at partial" (?)
Complete thread -- NO. Don't use this. I don't feel comfortable with it.
Complete thread -- #1 was going to act on her
Complete thread -- I think for #2 he was saying "consistent, and she reports that Effexor was not giving" etc
Complete thread -- couple blanks and not sure I am hearing correctly what I do have
Complete thread -- early active and passive extension?
Complete thread -- knee rehab
Complete thread -- thanks for the smile this morning, Darlene.
Complete thread -- (typo, that is)
Complete thread -- also note type - unfortunate (not -LY)
Complete thread -- sorry I'm late - it is: he had a *router go* across ... *right at the* PIP joint
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- This is an unfortunately gentleman who a few days ago had a ____ acros ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Yes. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Listened but unable to help. Sorry.
Complete thread -- grand multiparous?
Complete thread -- Pregnant woman with chest pain.
Complete thread -- A shaver was used at this time to carry out chondroplasty in this area ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- were floating around (then says period).
Complete thread -- We scoped the knee with findings noted above. Most notably was immedi ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- Chondroplasty was carried out. ____ loose cartilage. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, that was supposed to say you're welcome in Hindi but didn't paste correctly
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- that was flaking loose?, and it was coming from a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I don't hear cartilage but not sure what that is
Complete thread -- ___. It was coming from a grade 4...
Complete thread -- I hear a long loose...
Complete thread -- We searched for the source of the articular cartilage ____ grade 4 cho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- notably it was (along with ?) ... fragments floating around.
Complete thread -- There was a large medial plica. Most notably was ____ loose articular ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- hee, I know what you mean. the older this dog gets, the harder it is to learn new tricks.
Complete thread -- This moved with the
Complete thread -- Once again, there was extensive scarring in this area. ____ with rotat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- debrided down
Complete thread -- Using a wand, this was ____ until we had returned the bursa to its nor ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- blank, not bland
Complete thread -- 1st bland sounds like will continue to be cared, but he might be correcting himself
Complete thread -- reconstructions should be with instructions. 2nd blank is bathroom
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in a Cam walker boot and will be continued ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- substantive
Complete thread -- History and physical review presented no ____ contraindication to prop ...
Complete thread -- I, for one, will not give up this battle yet. I did fairly recently, though, relinquish...
Complete thread -- We're probably fighting a losing battle...I also note it's made
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- antianxiety drug s/l anashonil
Complete thread -- Lays is wrong. I don't care how Webster's tries to dance around it.
Complete thread -- now I just have to break the habit of automatically opening the post when there's a +....
Complete thread -- did=didn't....bedtime for me!
Complete thread -- oh, I thought is was a different language, but google did give me anything.
Complete thread -- My symbol cut and paste didn't work...my post meant "gold star"!
Complete thread -- what is that?
Complete thread -- Au
Complete thread -- If the ingrown nail is at the end of the toe, a simple procedure called a partial wedge
Complete thread -- check out slant back
Complete thread -- I'm not having success verifying it. Give the link to what you found.
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- No, but I just stumbled on slat-back and wondering if that could be it.
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV or mp3?
Complete thread -- A s/l slap-back debridement was performed on the hallux nail. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Bragard test (but check my spelling)
Complete thread -- raising test producing low back pain at 35 degrees, left ____ test pro ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Kemp's
Complete thread -- thanks for clarifying why you were allowing *lays* in the first
Complete thread -- Orthopedic testing revealed positive ____ test producing left-sided lo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :)
Complete thread -- Just as a point of information...the doctor clearly says
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For #2 I think he's changing his mind, from "uses" to "lays"
Complete thread -- #1 Sleep has been off. He has been etc.
Complete thread -- He complains of difficulty sleeping. ____ he has been trying to lay f ...
Complete thread -- Yw!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he's saying a mild cervical-thoracic convexity is seen (or cervicothoracic?)
Complete thread -- convexity is
Complete thread -- thanks Q! Was just going to post a sound file
Complete thread -- Posture alterations, as described above (a mild cervical, thoracic ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- , its lateral recess....right exiting and transiting nerve roots
Complete thread -- also not "exudate" but exiting
Complete thread -- s/b neural foramina
Complete thread -- Try Opsumit (see link)
Complete thread -- At L5-S1, a 2.8 mm broad-based right foraminal protrusion effaces the ...
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 28 indicates 24 weeks' pregnancy (noun), but 24 weeks pregnant (adj). In
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #2. to write a report
Complete thread -- actually, just: city of Fresno
Complete thread -- , the city of Fresno
Complete thread -- Following the collision ____ Fresno Police came to the scene ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 was to the #2. stall
Complete thread -- The impact ____ the trucks front and right side causing the truck to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Will stop Letairis and put the patient on the patient on s/o ob-sin-ate
Complete thread -- looks like offramp can be one word or hyphenated (per Onelook)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- westbound on freeway
Complete thread -- Fresno, CA
Complete thread -- They were traveling ____ on *freeway #180 at the Chestnut Avenue exit ...
Complete thread -- but doctor says 24 weeks followup, so here no need to use apostrope?
Complete thread -- Thanks pie!
Complete thread -- oh, sorry, forgot to refresh while doing several things.
Complete thread -- 500, clotrimazole ?
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- 24 weeks' duration is correct. 24-week followup is how I usually write it
Complete thread -- thanks for the correction..could you please suggest the usage of apostrophe
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Can we place aphostrophie in "24 weeks' duration" or 24 Weeks' follow-up" plz suggest
Complete thread -- ? clotrimazole 10 mg ( not certain, many zole drugs are for fungal infections
Complete thread -- clarithromycin 500 mg daily
Complete thread -- Nothing abusive about that post at all. No personal attacks (like some do)
Complete thread -- Prednisone 5 mg daily, clarithromycin ___ mg daily, ___ 10 mg three times a day,
Complete thread -- REPORTED FOR ABUSE
Complete thread -- Rude, bad manners and full of yourself. I see T uses this phrase often.
Complete thread -- :thumbs up:
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. I will go with "sticker of mesh."
Complete thread -- YES! Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- same here - I didn't have to uninstall anything. It was quick and painless.
Complete thread -- I hear the same thing
Complete thread -- OP, do you think sticker of mesh makes any sense because I hear that?
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- got a new browser so I can see the balloons now. You both can
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- great! good to know for future reference.
Complete thread -- yes, I did not uninstall anything.
Complete thread -- you're very welcome! so you didn't have to uninstall your IE10 or 11?
Complete thread -- ? Roos test
Complete thread -- I don't use nm as a moniker but I use it, just as I also use sm. Nm for no message and
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Complete thread -- worked for me too! Thanks pie *you the best*
Complete thread -- 3+ on page 323 if you follow BoS2
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Complete thread -- Huh, where, I don't see any face, what's with you face
Complete thread -- blah blah blah
Complete thread -- link to June 5 thread
Complete thread -- Now full of those who have nothing else to do but pick and complain
Complete thread -- blah blah blah T wants to rule the company me thinks, blah blah
Complete thread -- burr hole?
Complete thread -- ? slurring R.. Ehlers thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm type IV
Complete thread -- The patient is status post right *s/l barvel* for subdural hematoma.
Complete thread -- woot! :)
Complete thread -- hey, that worked for me! thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I can see them with Firefox with the use of an IE emulator, but...
Complete thread -- Wound culture is positive for 3-plus (or is it 3+) group C strep. TIA!
Complete thread -- That link is about the stroke acronym, FAST, not about any thoracic outlet syndrome test.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- hey now, maybe "Marg" has a queen and she spell things differently.
Complete thread -- manoeuvres? huh?
Complete thread -- mine are more like rolls...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- The identical question was asked on June 5 with no answer.
Complete thread -- Adson? Allen?
Complete thread -- thoracic outlet syndrome test
Complete thread -- me too.
Complete thread -- I'm not an infant and I have thigh folds
Complete thread -- same exact story here. I'll be following this thread
Complete thread -- She has a spastic bladder and urgency so it makes sense
Complete thread -- OK. Thanks for both your help.
Complete thread -- I just saw a clinical trial for voiding dysfunction in MS.
Complete thread -- I think proparacaine. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Ya I questioned alfuzosin, but thought it was only for prostate problems
Complete thread -- alfuzosin? FYI it is mainly prescribed for urinary retention from BPH
Complete thread -- s/l ifu-so-zin
Complete thread -- thigh folds!
Complete thread -- I found skin folds in relation to hip examination of an infant.
Complete thread -- What is a usual "caine" used for eye anesthesia?
Complete thread -- s/l bi-folds (hip examination) see message
Complete thread -- Old habits die hard. There really aren't many MTs left here
Complete thread -- Not around here they don't, at least not anymore.
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks nm
Complete thread -- It's just a tradition. I've been around both boards since they
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- speaking of browers that allow balloons, can someone suggest one to me?
Complete thread -- seems like someone else needs to show some respect. I am sure you
Complete thread -- blah blah blah blah
Complete thread -- hmmm...I can't find an subdivisions of the typing
Complete thread -- eggzactly
Complete thread -- I don't why you'd call that the "main" board. Two different kinds of sites for MTs.
Complete thread -- We did show respect. We asked please and said thank you. My
Complete thread -- not everyone uses a browser that let's you see messages with hovering...
Complete thread -- yes, almost hearing type IV "R" thoracic abdominal aortic aneurysm. tia nm
Complete thread -- can you hear "descending"?
Complete thread -- The one called "The Restuvus" with link at the top right of this page.
Complete thread -- If you use a modern browser, you can see just by hovering with no need to click so no
Complete thread -- Your business sounds fishy to me. Again, this board is for medical transcriptionists...
Complete thread -- are you looking for a word you can't understand because it is mumbled?
Complete thread -- surgery for a type IV __thoracic abdominal aortic aneurysm. mumbled. tia nm
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- copyright (one word) (and I'd still think changing words is kinda like plagiarism.
Complete thread -- not sure, but did you catch "recuts" typo for rectus?
Complete thread -- right? I thought "this" was the main board. ?
Complete thread -- thanks for the explanation
Complete thread -- My dear friends, i am really, if the exclamation marks hurt u....i am not rude or anything
Complete thread -- what/where is the *main board*?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- That is true on the main board, but not on this board. People
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- superiorly going from *in noses in* superior to the medial
Complete thread -- yes - 'carry' and 'carry out' have different meanings, 'carry' isn't grammatically correct
Complete thread -- Carry out, perform, or conduct would all work here, but
Complete thread -- well you are the expert (but I agree - left-side rongeur)
Complete thread -- as suggested to you before, you need to find a good grammar site.
Complete thread -- Nope, not on this board - up above where it says "welcome" it says...
Complete thread -- Hi, i just wanted to know whether "Carry or carry out" are different words ?.......
Complete thread -- taco? hyphen check please :)
Complete thread -- elevate disk and anulus??
Complete thread -- 2. left-side
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- did find this (link)
Complete thread -- Cobb elevator was used to elevate _____ off the endplate. A ______ rongeur was
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- the quotes were for post to point out where I was having hard time hearing
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- oh, not anymore. It sends fine with nothing there.
Complete thread -- probable cholelithiasis?
Complete thread -- It used to be that something (i.e., x) had to be in message box or it wouldn't send
Complete thread -- for years we were told to put nm if there was nothing in message box
Complete thread -- and it is a waste of time to open it when nothing is there to read.
Complete thread -- but if all there is, is an 'x' in the message it shows as a plus
Complete thread -- has been a problem (my take)
Complete thread -- not drinking or such, (no quotes)
Complete thread -- why put either one there in the first place? The + or - tells us if there is a message.
Complete thread -- I hear following UP CAT scan, blabla ultrasound, blabla (but dont hear "undergo an"
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- right, and it irritates the peese outta me when i open to find nada but x
Complete thread -- I think this...
Complete thread -- why can't you simply avoid several keystrokes and eliminate both the x and the nm?
Complete thread -- If it says (nm - no message) - don't open it.
Complete thread -- aeration
Complete thread -- CT of the Chest: There was some "areation" of the right upper ...
Complete thread -- did you see the note below about putting an 'x' in message field?
Complete thread -- I didn't research it. I just did a wildcard search for *f*mab and that seemed close.
Complete thread -- old WAV uploaded (nm)
Complete thread -- Zelboraf (vemurafenib) or Yervoy (ipilimumab) ??
Complete thread -- This says...
Complete thread -- efalizumab?
Complete thread -- what the heck is your problem? I think you're on the wrong board, pal.
Complete thread -- undergo an ultrasound ______ cholelithiasis
Complete thread -- Cancer Medication S/L
Complete thread -- It improves as she reclines in a "90/90?" chair.Any unloading seems to be of benefit.
Complete thread -- carry vs carry out....grammatical error? reason plz!!!!!!
Complete thread -- note, per BOS2 p. 290, it is cesarean section, NOT Cesarean, caesarean, or Caesarean.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- please don't put an x in the message field. For those of us who
Complete thread -- for CF, SMA, and fragile X (nm)
Complete thread -- I have suggested genetic screening for CFS ____ fragile X
Complete thread -- I only posted once on this thread, and not backwards. What are you referring to?
Complete thread -- Did you say it backwards , it contradicts, your last posted sentence
Complete thread -- agree ("perform" was also fine, don't know why you'd have to change it?)
Complete thread -- "carry out the study" is correct
Complete thread -- That wasn't the question, and what's with the face?
Complete thread -- thanks! I have been doing that one wrong too!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Yes ..... it was articular process!
Complete thread -- ribs don't articulate with lumbar vertebrae, only thoracic
Complete thread -- thank you guys!!
Complete thread -- Data was pooled to perform the study. Can we write this sentence in other way..
Complete thread -- If granulomatosis was dictated, I'd go with Wegener.
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- that is how my medical dictionary has it, showing Wegner disease, Wegener granulomatosis
Complete thread -- agree. I googled Wegner, came up as Wegener.
Complete thread -- if it is slurry, see if you can hear "articular process" instead.
Complete thread -- No, not a safe bet. Depends on context, but when I hear it, it is usually Wegener('s).
Complete thread -- The lumbar vertebrae articulate with the tubercles of ribs
Complete thread -- is it a safe bet when "Wegner's" is dictated it is Wegner and not Wegener?
Complete thread -- yes it does
Complete thread -- We lined up the left L3 superior *tubercle process* in the middle of L2-L3 disk.
Complete thread -- maybe the patient is a vegetarian?
Complete thread -- hum-he hesitated so maybe meant meat instead of grass?
Complete thread -- definitely saying crabgrass, just not seeing documentation for such a thing
Complete thread -- "crabmeat chondromalacia" is a term I've heard, but never heard "crabgrass"
Complete thread -- progressive? nm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like Precise Imaging, s/b intervertebral straightening spinous lordosis
Complete thread -- not finding anything on "crabgrass" chondromalacia
Complete thread -- #1 Precise #2 straightening #3 spine
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- Dr. Brown ordered MRI studies which notably revealed on 11-26-2014 at ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "Joaquin" is pronounced kinda like "wah-keen"
Complete thread -- San Joaquin
Complete thread -- Look at "was placed." Should be just "placed" to make it read right.
Complete thread -- accessory?
Complete thread -- The patient was then seen in medical care and was evaluated at the ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on and turned left...oncoming...broadsided
Complete thread -- meniscus repair
Complete thread -- She states that after she made a complete stop, she had her signal ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. wav not uploading completely. converted wav.
Complete thread -- I mean stops after...nm
Complete thread -- Wav sops after moon-shaped. Word before downsloping might be
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The patient had a typical half moon-shaped tear of his supr ...
Complete thread -- Do you have a s/l? I find branch and AAA (nm)
Complete thread -- blank
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Perineal abscess, the perineal direction
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Recurrent ____ abscess. POSTOPERATIVE ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- 28. Lumbar spine, 9/10/13, myelopathy *ah phytosis*, otherwise
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- on retroflex view
Complete thread -- the rectum, _____ there was +3 internal hemorrhoids
Complete thread -- maybe best interest? still unsure
Complete thread -- definetely best something, not sure about rest though
Complete thread -- was best off
Complete thread -- Preoperatively, the patient had a size discrepancy and it was felt tha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- surgeon's ___ knot
Complete thread -- The foot was then supinated at the ends of the MaxBraid sutures where ...
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- I do believe you're correct. Good show, old chap. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. I think its MaxBraid.
Complete thread -- I've listened and googled a bit, but no idea, sorry.
Complete thread -- MATERIALS: 5 mm Biomet tendon anchor screw with 2 ____, 0 Vicryl, 2-0 ...
Complete thread -- flagged. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Electrocautery was used to ____ the subcutaneus tissues here, minimize ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- not correcting as he clearly says AND
Complete thread -- is it correct? or is he correcting himself?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- developed late
Complete thread -- Briefly, the patient is a 68-year-old female with history of a carpal ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- comma after reconstruction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it was more difficult with
Complete thread -- Of note, this case requires a 22-modifier for the AC reconstruction __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- so it would be not ?
Complete thread -- and tied them to each other and then took our lateral limb after we ha ...
Complete thread -- yeah. grade 5. :-)
Complete thread -- that is what I heard, just trying to encourage guy to post his answer :)
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was "chronic grade 5"
Complete thread -- what did you get?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Right shoulder pain, retained hardware, chroni ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ventrally
Complete thread -- Foraminotomy was performed under microscope with a Stryker drill. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- patient. The pain was improving...
Complete thread -- Prior to surgery, the case was again discussed with the patient ___ th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- proud
Complete thread -- I was satisfied with this. At this point, the wound was again irrigat ...
Complete thread -- Right
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- Salud!
Complete thread -- right on! and they go so well with tacos...
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- um, guess not. it's the thought that counts, lol.
Complete thread -- (◕◕)*:✧
Complete thread -- now THAT is my favorite drink
Complete thread -- okay, completo. here you go...
Complete thread -- and that was the double jeopardy question!
Complete thread -- thanks, all! Margaritas for everybody!!
Complete thread -- dang! I would've beat you but I was fumbling between browsers!
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon
Complete thread -- Achilles tendon
Complete thread -- MP3. ...and higher up on the ___ he has an area of scabs as well
Complete thread -- i.e., should be: right-hand-dominant male / female
Complete thread -- my favorite hyphen misuse: right-hand dominant male (or female, of course)
Complete thread -- Oh, I see. "for 33 kcal/ounce, for 110 mL for 3 boluses, and then..." Right?
Complete thread -- G-tube feeding (see message)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- The reason I asked, it was dictated "from ProLab", so this was not dictated generic.
Complete thread -- just curious, is this the OP posting this? "for a generic form"
Complete thread -- but thanks Q for your input!
Complete thread -- well, he did enunciate the 'orthotics' so I guess 'kiddy orthotics' would be acceptable
Complete thread -- It could make sense....see link..mechanism section includes
Complete thread -- you are sooo funny taco!
Complete thread -- Just in case Prolab has a product called Kiddythotics...see link
Complete thread -- I was going to say yes too, but I was unsure (poi is our resident hyphen expert.)
Complete thread -- Poi is correct. The reason you need the hyphen is because
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- normal sized prostate
Complete thread -- nevermind - short note, going with kiddy
Complete thread -- a kid with pes planus "will be dispensed *kiddy orthotics* from ProLab."
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- S/l "decreased sweat" Makes no sense (see message) Thanks!
Complete thread -- and pay close attention to
Complete thread -- He should continue PPI _____ to any possible sign
Complete thread -- I would think it is a stumble on 'perfusion' but if you are sure you hear 'superfusion'
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help, but no, it's superfusion.
Complete thread -- ? foot perfusion
Complete thread -- community-based program?
Complete thread -- pat in water therapy now
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of "superfusion" in extremity exam (sm)? Thanks!
Complete thread -- ahhh, ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- and, therefore, as... (not well phrased since she repeats 'therefore' later in sentence)
Complete thread -- from November 2014 were normal ____ as these were not blood stained or concerning
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Went back and listened and I think it is Osborne's ligament. Thanks for all your help!
Complete thread -- Yes. The "o" with the two dots is the German spelling, in English it is
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- the small _____ all the way up to the/portion of the small ______ identified. There
Complete thread -- the audio seems to skip, so not sure of exact words - but he is creating an anastomosis.
Complete thread -- ah, duh, maybe
Complete thread -- Could he be saying thoughts?
Complete thread -- Don't think Ashwin is correct. Was just a name in the article.
Complete thread -- with 10 mm LigaSure and _____ using a GIA 75 mm stapler
Complete thread -- Better answer...mine just provided the logic, yours showed an option of
Complete thread -- Show me link where you found Ashwin's ligament...as I'm not finding it.
Complete thread -- suicidal or homicidal *part*. The patient
Complete thread -- I'm finding Osborne's ligament in that area, but I'm still looking for your s/l. see link
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Sounds like "aswin's ligament" I found Ashwin, is this correct. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I guess I was overthinking it and got stuck.
Complete thread -- Without hearing it myself I can only say I lean toward your
Complete thread -- OBJECTIVE: This is an elderly well-appearing gentleman.
Complete thread -- Using the definition (see link), it would begin the physical exam sentence.
Complete thread -- Where does objectively go? See note. TIA!
Complete thread -- sentence structure
Complete thread -- a few blanks
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Stedman's is notorious for mistakes. I'd use Koebner (both may be OK, but Koebner seems to
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- just found this too, so do you think both are accepted then?
Complete thread -- interesting LOL! makes me wonder how many other things I have misspelled due to Stedman's
Complete thread -- just caught that too. It is not my morning :(
Complete thread -- also, are you sure it is "warm" and not "warmth"?
Complete thread -- My big desktop Dorland's spells it "Koebner" (isomorphic response) - even had a picture.
Complete thread -- Kbner phenomenon listed Syn: isomorphic response isomorphic re ...
Complete thread -- I found in Stedman's medical as "Kbner phenomenon" but we have to use regular "o"
Complete thread -- new term to me, but I find it spelled "Koebner" phenomenon
Complete thread -- corrected dictation, ignore dictation within original post
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Could not hear hazel.
Complete thread -- "cut" sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- too late, but witch hazel?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l witches hair
Complete thread -- Xylocaine mixed with 1:100,000 epinephrine *cut* 50:50 with 0.5% Marcaine solution
Complete thread -- and was removed and sent to pathology. *Pannus* was not able to be visualized second
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- endpoint or end point?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this? with the patient
Complete thread -- She has recently seen Dr. Young who recommended possibly pursuing the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He does say improvement if you were questioning it.
Complete thread -- dramatic
Complete thread -- Most of her persistent pain is low back and buttocks area. She did ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- miserable
Complete thread -- She states she has overall been fairly ____ over the last month. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I'm hearing fold-out couch ... *as* related to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- this part? pull-out couch.
Complete thread -- We had previously discussed pursuing bilateral injections but most of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- identify *a* foreign body
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- BB (it comes out of a BB-gun)
Complete thread -- This was between the fourth and fifth metatarsals. Intraoperative flu ...
Complete thread -- Found it: MAS TLIF (Maximum Access Surgery Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion) nm
Complete thread -- matrix
Complete thread -- Lumbar surgery. Procedure: L5-S1 vertebral interspace application of/sm
Complete thread -- Thank you! nm
Complete thread -- oops, WAS placed ... (sorry, not instilled)
Complete thread -- If so, then 30 mL of Exparel WAS instilled (not were)
Complete thread -- Exparel?
Complete thread -- Op note, lumbar surgery. Midline incision made after instilling 20 mL of 1% /sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- would you cap "soviets" ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you all for trying!
Complete thread -- Not sure, but think I'm hearing "distinct" not "fingers"
Complete thread -- I really can't tell. Perhaps poi is around to listen for this one.
Complete thread -- Not sure, but think he's saying BUN 16.
Complete thread -- typo...not PO2....CO2
Complete thread -- #1 was PO2 27
Complete thread -- TSH 1.630 (period) ....Also note he says calcium 9.5 (period).
Complete thread -- Australia version is called Champix
Complete thread -- labs
Complete thread -- left hemiparesthesia. ______ fingers, no nystagmus
Complete thread -- thakn you very much
Complete thread -- it's Chantix, isn't it?
Complete thread -- not sure about #2
Complete thread -- 1. episodes of 2. Spine notes 3. S1 S2 heard
Complete thread -- I don't believe the question below was solved yet and you
Complete thread -- three ?s
Complete thread -- on top of the usual home ______ ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and tells me "the usual?* holding off in trying to give...???
Complete thread -- ankle jerks _____ bilaterally. ________ normal limits
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He has been under a fair bit of stress at the moment with work ____ and trying to giv
Complete thread -- thanks for explaining me taco...haha
Complete thread -- anxious and apprehensive
Complete thread -- Geez... I saw this earlier and didn't get you at all, just now snapped on the here/hear.
Complete thread -- did your Mp3 post? I don't hear anything
Complete thread -- Corneal reflexes
Complete thread -- equally react to light. _______ present
Complete thread -- She is anxious and _______. Cranial nerves
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is saying cyanocobalamin...see link
Complete thread -- Folbic (folic acid), ________ one a day by mouth, multivitamins
Complete thread -- haha - I hear total BS from the ASR every day!
Complete thread -- Hopefully he will receive the total BS today. (Toviaz) nm
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- I don't hear it either *sheesh to poi*
Complete thread -- well, I don't here the *who* before really.
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- do you hear what I hear? it seems incomplete or I am hearing wrong
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone! So frustrating to get hung up on one word!
Complete thread -- Sounds good. I did check PubMed and there are 58 articles using it and
Complete thread -- I'm using shoewear (footwear) as documented in Podiatry Today (link)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guess I had my mind set on housewares, so shoeware made sense to me.
Complete thread -- it's still shoe wear, but it's actually kind of a stupid term...
Complete thread -- She is referring to the shoes themselves, though. She just dictated this...(sm)
Complete thread -- ok, thought I was wrong...
Complete thread -- shoe wear (see link)
Complete thread -- shoe wear (wearing caused from wearing shoes)
Complete thread -- "Brittle" sounds okay - google your terms "borderline personality" and "brittle".
Complete thread -- I'm questioning shoe ware. Shoe ware would be shoes/shoe wear is shoes bein worn. sm
Complete thread -- ahhhhh - sorry
Complete thread -- Borderline personality disorder, *brittle*
Complete thread -- med-seeking (medication)
Complete thread -- discharged from various organizations because of *mad seeking* behavior and even
Complete thread -- I feel the same way - just checking for backup, I guess!
Complete thread -- I'd definitely flag or blank, no way it is 12000 (probably 1200 but you can't be sure)
Complete thread -- Routine cesarean section. Resident dictated blood loss of 800 mL. Changed it to
Complete thread -- right BG (basal ganglia) and a number in the right MCA
Complete thread -- sure sounds like ibuprofen (some pronounce it with a short /i/ sound)
Complete thread -- it is either TEE or TTE for transesophageal/transthoracic echocardiogram (probably TTE).
Complete thread -- the patient has had urinary symptoms.
Complete thread -- it was improved with s/l ipiprofen.
Complete thread -- Cardiac consult: *T P E* showed no PFO, EF of 38%.
Complete thread -- Cor infarct of the right ______ and the right MCA
Complete thread -- oh
Complete thread -- PIH (pregnancy-induced hypertension)
Complete thread -- preeclampsia including normal *P A H* labs. As the patient was remote from delivery,
Complete thread -- followed up to the level of its insertion; also sm...
Complete thread -- was followed up to its _______ insertion and the remainder attachments
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear what you hear - with the four posts - and that sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- He was turned on the Jackson table *with the four posts* with Wilson
Complete thread -- s/l*clo-ah's** point of referral
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that is what I hear
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- not posted. posting. pls wait.
Complete thread -- did you post a wav? (I am still hearing the last one)
Complete thread -- is the sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ,which was spindle cell carcinoma,
Complete thread -- After this was done, attention was directed to the right side of the l ...
Complete thread -- haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing "death".
Complete thread -- extent and depth of the
Complete thread -- She has been treated by dermatologist and then referred for further ca ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- The articular cartilage was in good condtion. note: In THE medial compartment
Complete thread -- No loose bodies were identified. A medial portal was created. In med ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and I was happy with the position
Complete thread -- The leg was frog-legged to allow visualization in lateral view ____ wi ...
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- not as specific if he is on blood thinners.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- It's not a secret, but it really is nobody else's business what I make.
Complete thread -- probably meant MSM
Complete thread -- editing VR pay is usually half of standard typing, about 4 cpl, some down to 3 cpl for
Complete thread -- oops, see above msg. thanks !!
Complete thread -- I think that's it! No he didn't spell it, just an ESL difficult to understand - thanks!
Complete thread -- could doc be spelling Todd's?
Complete thread -- ESL: It seems like he had aphasia and right-sided weakness following the
Complete thread -- Cameroon?
Complete thread -- Patient being DEPLOYED TO.
Complete thread -- It could also s/l Kem-ron (ESL)
Complete thread -- sorry, this goes with below post!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It could also s/l Kem-ron (ESL)
Complete thread -- country(?) that s/l Chemlon / Kamlawn?
Complete thread -- I can't wait until retirement, but at the rate I'm going I'll be dead before I can do that
Complete thread -- yes, occasionally she does, like to pineapple and kiwi and stuff, but never heard lettuce
Complete thread -- multivitamin, aspirin, *msg*, CoQ10 and Cosamin.
Complete thread -- me either..that is why I put the ??...does she usually list food allergies?
Complete thread -- though with the precentage, I usually hear predicted
Complete thread -- wow, I hear that too now, I have never heard that as an allergy before. Thank you!
Complete thread -- mixed lettuces??
Complete thread -- She is allergic to ____.
Complete thread -- LOL, I see it, thanks poi, yes it is horribly depressing, thinking of a career change
Complete thread -- particular volume is verifiable
Complete thread -- yes! That must be it. thanks!
Complete thread -- type cpl in the archive search box. The question is asked often,
Complete thread -- Why is it such a secret? Why did more people not answer?
Complete thread -- predicted?
Complete thread -- He has advanced COPD with an FEV1 of 0.95 L and 27% ___ s/l particular volume.
Complete thread -- I get 7.5-8 cpl where I work.
Complete thread -- Just to know, what is a general price per line that American MTs get paid?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Can't get the link to work.
Complete thread -- was not feeling dizzy or lightheaded.
Complete thread -- consciousness _____ lightheaded prior to the episode
Complete thread -- maybe I sorta heard it on the 401st listen. I gave it to him. thanks again!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- me too, but I listened 400 times and can't hear it. thanks
Complete thread -- absent ankle reflexes.
Complete thread -- Reflexes are 2+ and symmetrical. ______ toes downgoing.
Complete thread -- Maybe "bone flap"?
Complete thread -- The patient is here today status post removal of her *s/l ball flap*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- platelet count 222,000 _____ 279.
Complete thread -- 2, and platelet 222,000. Sodium _____. BUN of 41, creatinine was 1.6,
Complete thread -- painless hematuria and significant ____ . He was brought to the ER.
Complete thread -- sounds like unroberry
Complete thread -- He recently has had a first degree ______ Sounds like "unro ...
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- had to be readmitted because for like 2 days he experienced the same
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sounds like thoracic to me. Do you see the typo on fluoscopic?
Complete thread -- got admitted because ____ and symptoms even after discontinuation
Complete thread -- complaining of epistaxis and ____ changes
Complete thread -- are you sure on the "break in the spasm" part?
Complete thread -- not sure but he says x2
Complete thread -- used to allow a dilator 2.5 to pass
Complete thread -- was used, ______ 2.5, to pass through the arterial
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- yes, google pacemaker impedance.
Complete thread -- Medtronic representative showed the *impedance* levels to be good.
Complete thread -- placement of needles into ______ epidural space x1.
Complete thread -- The superior *crus* of the lateral canthal tendon was then cross-clamped
Complete thread -- I find something called physio tape...see link...see what you think if not too late
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- at the dome?
Complete thread -- A columellar strut had been fashioned from the resected border of the ...
Complete thread -- Include codeine, aspirin, penicillin, and ____ tape. s/l fis-o
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- s/b gold-handled (with hyphen)
Complete thread -- wav also posted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- coarse ok?
Complete thread -- Following this, the bony dorsal hump was removed using various *coarse ...
Complete thread -- chronic rhinitis 10 years ago, chronic fatigue with history of ______ in 2015,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1/2-inch. 10 thickness
Complete thread -- Standard dressing and splint was applied consisting of 0.5-inch paper ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Yes. See link
Complete thread -- Should "much-improved" lower extremities be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- yep, that works. thanks! :)
Complete thread -- followup: that is, some side effect of ibrutinib.
Complete thread -- asthenia?
Complete thread -- MP3. He then developed cytopenia, tachycardia and additional ___, and the dosage had
Complete thread -- once I mixed up my shortcuts and said a kid had bilateral osteomyelitis (s/b otitis media)
Complete thread -- I have a funny that wasn't so funny because I didn't catch it (didn't proof reports)
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- I always love those funny moments. Makes me *wake up* haha
Complete thread -- No question, just a funny...
Complete thread -- yep, that's it. thanks!
Complete thread -- (what I hear)... sure broke up the silence on the board today. :)
Complete thread -- parenchymal
Complete thread -- MP3. Chest x-ray with chronic pulmonary _____ scarring and COPD
Complete thread -- I "suggest" asking someone who would actually know this, i.e., someone
Complete thread -- hmmm. that's a good suggestion. will listen for that.
Complete thread -- second part would be oil. Fish oil? the only thing Google comes up with.
Complete thread -- this doc says this all the time in Meds list. I have no idea what it is.
Complete thread -- Bill seperately
Complete thread -- I'd say treat it as an addendum SM
Complete thread -- addendum
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. So sorry I forgot to come back early and say thanks.
Complete thread -- patient has pleuritic chest pain but low suspicion for s/l key-turner syndrome. TIA!
Complete thread -- both Stedman's Ortho and Radiology have Ottawa Ankle Rule (OAR) but I not knee. hmmm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- vicissitudes
Complete thread -- risk assessment moderate given history of emotional s/l uh-sis-uh-tudes. TIA!
Complete thread -- i think it is just fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- Ottawa
Complete thread -- do you have a microphone so you can record and post audio?
Complete thread -- Using the s/l honor roll rules, the patient will not benefit from an x-ray. TIA!
Complete thread -- forgive me if this is a stupid question, but...
Complete thread -- agree. something like "U as in universal U suture"
Complete thread -- thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- lol
Complete thread -- he is making me go bald :(
Complete thread -- I'm hearing U-suture in there.
Complete thread -- I have no idea
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Apparently it can be either way (see link)
Complete thread -- I mean scan down to Tina's question
Complete thread -- No. Please see grammar link, scan down to Eric Levy's questions which
Complete thread -- workforce is all one word
Complete thread -- whom,
Complete thread -- I've always used mom, dad, grandma - whatever is dictated.
Complete thread -- If you follow BoS2, page 169 recommends changing it to mother, but, of course
Complete thread -- I'd change mom to mother.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd leave it alone.
Complete thread -- Good morning.
Complete thread -- safe triangles?
Complete thread -- Don't know the blank, but s/b points (not point)
Complete thread -- Local anesthesia with lidocaine 1% 4 mL was applied after identifying ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- #1 in the work force.
Complete thread -- #2 apt to find a job.
Complete thread -- She feels that her eyes looked droopy and she is at the age where she ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Meg Minchew, PA-C
Complete thread -- The patient is a 42-year-old lady who is from Douglas, Georgia and is ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Nor I.
Complete thread -- bangs
Complete thread -- She has completely concealed the scar on the forehead and nose by keep ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q! I found that too, but I've definitely never heard it before.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- From what I can google, it appears to be a French word equivalent to
Complete thread -- omigoodness, thank you. VR put "violation," and I couldn't suss anything out after that
Complete thread -- good one Q -
Complete thread -- I think he's stumbling on "and evaluation of the wound"
Complete thread -- he is taken to the OR for debridement and a ____ of the wound with possible thumb...
Complete thread -- hypoglycemiant - word or not? TIA!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!!!
Complete thread -- Or it is also referred to just as Miacalcin nasal
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing Miacalcin nasal spray?
Complete thread -- First part might be Miacalcin....
Complete thread -- I just stuck a postit on it with a ? Let him decide. Thanks for your thoughts.
Complete thread -- I know, I was thinking that too. but I was thinking it was just an awkward way to
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- full sentence might help us to help you
Complete thread -- and CVA
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother has had breast cancer ____. Father has hypert ...
Complete thread -- flagged and moving on.
Complete thread -- Osteopenia treatment
Complete thread -- my thinking was a DVT IS a blood clot. (yes about the and)
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: The esophagus was unremarkable. The Z-line was sharp. The ...
Complete thread -- hah, you and me both (needing sleep, that is). the above is awkward, but works for me.
Complete thread -- does this need a flag or do I just need sleep?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- on trade operations for Amgen? (can't verify without city/state *yawn*)...
Complete thread -- ...trade operations for Amgen?
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco or alcohol use. He works ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
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Complete thread -- for a car dealership
Complete thread -- maybe ranitidine?
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: No history of tobacco or drug use. She uses alcoholi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nizatidine?
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: 1. Omeprazole 40 mg daily to twice a day. 2. ____ 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- History of ...and and stopped them in the middle
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: 1. GERD. 2. ____ H. pylori infection. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and on Nexium?
Complete thread -- got it. hopefully you got my replies. :)
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- A Pancoast tumor, also called a pulmonary sulcus tumor or superior sulcus tumor, is a
Complete thread -- The patient reports symptoms of reflux for the past 6 years. She has ...
Complete thread -- PMH: Surgery for s/l pan-cost-ee-oh-muh TIA!
Complete thread -- e-mailed you. I put poi in the subject line to help you identify.
Complete thread -- you're welcome. it's a little tricky, so if you want to e-mail me, I'll give
Complete thread -- Disregard. Think she's saying "a check"
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with Florida? Psych consult, homeless assistance "HI"
Complete thread -- I feek ya. just went through that s bout 3 months ago ...and not the
Complete thread -- thanks pie for telling me what I should have been backing up. I bet they are
Complete thread -- My deepest commiseration! The MT's ultimate nightmare, truly.
Complete thread -- thanks Q :)
Complete thread -- OMW! Hang in there and good luck with the rebuild...Q
Complete thread -- nothing like having your computer crash and losing your shortcut
Complete thread -- I am too. Thanks taco
Complete thread -- ok, maybe they took a swab from the throat. I guess it's possible
Complete thread -- HSV PCR sometimes can give you a very bad tonsillitis....?
Complete thread -- sorry, I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of bronchial asthma, allergic rhinitis, restless legs syndrome,
Complete thread -- um - I hear "tapooma" (haha -- sorry). What's the PMH?
Complete thread -- albuterol via nebulizer 1.25 every 4-6 p.r.n., _______, Celexa, hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- While the percent of dextrose in water is descriptive of the
Complete thread -- btw, BOS2 page 271 that I was referred to says the following:
Complete thread -- Dictated as D5 quarter-normal saline ran at 55 mL/h. Got report back from QA and was
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- You may not be able to protect yourself all the time from
Complete thread -- My bad...
Complete thread -- but the doc and pt are in another country,
Complete thread -- all of my accts are "verbatim acct" but they are also all to follow BOS2
Complete thread -- okay thank you
Complete thread -- referring to when prefixes are being used
Complete thread -- Not that I know of, but there is if there are 3 same letters together
Complete thread -- is it rule to always hyphen when same 2 letters are together, ie, reexamination?
Complete thread -- I find there is a Hawke's Bay Hospital in New Zealand (see link)
Complete thread -- I was typing Oxsury (heard s sound for some reason) into Google but had no luck.
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- There is such a thing as a superficial flap...but before I recommend it as
Complete thread -- I was hearing an "awk" sound at the beginning, so between the two of us we might hear it.
Complete thread -- I'd buy it too, but only because I was hearing "ury" at the end. Those Aussies are
Complete thread -- thank you both
Complete thread -- mayyyybe... but I wouldn't swear to it.
Complete thread -- anyone hear Hawkesbury Hospital?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree with taco
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I use "Mr./Ms" for non-doctor providers
Complete thread -- I have consented him for a laparoscopic inguinal hernia at ____ Hospital
Complete thread -- just to verify, how would you do that for FNPs, RNs, CRNAs, etc? if first name only used?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- suprafascial flap?
Complete thread -- I would call him Dr. Smith.
Complete thread -- if doc says physician's full name in report, then later just gives fir ...
Complete thread -- okay, thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks taco!
Complete thread -- I would do just "Kansas State" ('University' is not necessary, and just 'K' is too slangy)
Complete thread -- umbilicus even though the perforating vessels were intact and there was minimal
Complete thread -- *superfacial* flap
Complete thread -- or should it be Kansas State University? or leave as K-State or Kansas State?
Complete thread -- acct is Kansas, and I see online K-State as Kansas State
Complete thread -- could be... I've heard them use "blue towels" as part of dressing.
Complete thread -- I would if I was sure that was what was meant.
Complete thread -- thanks so much guys! :)
Complete thread -- I will plan, therefore, and discuss with her... (?)
Complete thread -- He is going to be heading off to K-State. (would you expand to Kansas State)?
Complete thread -- _______ discuss with her to follow these up by ultrasound with Lake Imaging in six mo
Complete thread -- Telfa, fluffs, open 4x4s and an *open towel* stapled into position
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me - she was able to set it up, just doesn't know how to use it.
Complete thread -- that is what I heard. I agree it doesn't make sense, but there
Complete thread -- flagging, thank you !
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. Was not sure on "she is NOT having difficulty setting it up" :)
Complete thread -- that is what I hear and seems okay to me.
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing this correctly as it does not make much sense
Complete thread -- which is ___?
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. the patient could have been on ekg monitoring during the procedure.
Complete thread -- There is still some limited scarring in that area _____
Complete thread -- Once this was determined, *chest leads* were applied. The tube was taped into place.
Complete thread -- just downloaded firefox and so far I am really liking it :) thanks!
Complete thread -- I actually think he is stumbling around polyps but that would be a WAG so flagging
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort taco. That was pretty much my experience too, but
Complete thread -- I've listened x5 and got diddly. Sorry, poi.
Complete thread -- history of DVT, prior pneumonia, __________, bronchitis, chronic respiratory failure.
Complete thread -- sounds like broose broosh or broisch clamp
Complete thread -- you can go ahead and delete :)
Complete thread -- did you get a chance to hear this? I would like to use the MP3
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- okay, just posted as MP3
Complete thread -- I hear something like: __ ? __ on his ?legs, comes in with fullness and falls.
Complete thread -- so were you wanting the ho, ho, ho or the do-do-do?
Complete thread -- I heard the ho ho ho one. I want the other one that someone thought wasn't funny.
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. I dont either,but did not know if there was something actually named
Complete thread -- COPD, diabetes, _______, comes in today with ______ and falls.
Complete thread -- they didn't actually say they were offended, just that he wasn't funny.
Complete thread -- my vote is vocational-technical school (I don't use slang)
Complete thread -- "ho ho ho" is still MP3 now, or are you wanting the other one that offended someone?
Complete thread -- yep!
Complete thread -- I have not tried Firefox yet. I use the Adblock Plus as well with Safari and Opera
Complete thread -- acct in Kansas. Patient trying to get in s/l vo-tech school
Complete thread -- How about "outside"? Then you're still covered.
Complete thread -- to the mt who posted the singing doc yesterday, can you put back the original song? I
Complete thread -- in that case, above is fine as long as it's really above. beyond can go either way
Complete thread -- we need to change the wording...'beyond' to other synonym....
Complete thread -- agree - I wouldn't changei t
Complete thread -- "beyond" sounds fine to me.
Complete thread -- can we use word "above" in the place of "beyond"..see inside.tx
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- unhooked and removed?
Complete thread -- I exposed the edge of the bone, drilled off the tip of the L5 superior ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- I can't get #1...some re-word
Complete thread -- ok. Thanks.
Complete thread -- #2 is just a stumble, I don't thing there is anything there
Complete thread -- I removed the ligamentous material, exposed the nerve root, and follow ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- "and a millimeter to the pars"
Complete thread -- I drilled away a little bit of the base of the L5 transverse process a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- there were a lot of adhesions... and somewhere along that I got.
Complete thread -- It was very tight here, particularly on the left side, decompressed ac ...
Complete thread -- was suggesting (not suggest).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i went crazy to find these. google was suggest Duracell (battery) :-)
Complete thread -- DuraSeal ...see link
Complete thread -- A little later on in the case, I came back in and sealed this over wit ...
Complete thread -- It was very tight here, particularly on the left side, decompressed ac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I slid in the ?
Complete thread -- I started with a fascial incision centered at L3-L4, cutdown through t ...
Complete thread -- s/l means "sounds like"
Complete thread -- see link inside
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. could "get" adequate..slipped.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- something wrong with "so that it could adequate exposure"
Complete thread -- nerve rootlets....do through the tube, so
Complete thread -- However, I got a dural tear over the nerve root at L5 which just start ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- splinted in the proper position on the (what is the area?)
Complete thread -- The area was closed with 4-0 nylon and the patient was ____ proper pos ...
Complete thread -- amiodarone drip at 17
Complete thread -- yeah. it also has same long tongue. like an ant eater.
Complete thread -- darn. it was worth a shot. have you tried Firefox? that's what I mainly use
Complete thread -- continuing, continuing, continuing, continuing, continuing
Complete thread -- The usefulness of the orginal purpose of this board is already being
Complete thread -- this doc does his entire clinic day on 1 audio, so like 30 patients at times and I guess
Complete thread -- and now we can put a face to your name :)
Complete thread -- LOL, thanks
Complete thread -- Good luck. I used to work for a husband/wife pody team. such fun, fun...
Complete thread -- and, oh goody! There is a side discrepancy. Lord give me strength.
Complete thread -- Podiatrists never cease to amaze me. States "brief surgical report" 26 minutes
Complete thread -- yes, he does this often. He will start by singing, break in middle with song, or end with
Complete thread -- unfortunately it is not working :(
Complete thread -- not sure it will work as it told me it is only compatible with Opera 11 and 12. I have 30
Complete thread -- thank you so very much!!
Complete thread -- thank you! never heard that before. Stedman's Radiology has it as sestamibi
Complete thread -- or sestamibi, ck spelling
Complete thread -- sestimibi
Complete thread -- is this in the middle of a dictation?
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- great - thank you both very much
Complete thread -- does anyone have a list of retractors they can post? I can't find that either
Complete thread -- He might just be adding it as an afterthought, reading through
Complete thread -- He just has himself out of order, but it is pretty clear & I'd leave it as is - SM
Complete thread -- pls sm, confused
Complete thread -- originally I started searching because it was capitalized in a draft
Complete thread -- just found inion
Complete thread -- The occipital nerve was located using the *inyin* and mastoid process as landmarks.
Complete thread -- cervical spine surgery. s/l rainbow retractor. Can't really document.
Complete thread -- I also use an IE emulator for this site.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Zovirax ????
Complete thread -- med a/l silverax
Complete thread -- I see it too now and agree not a hummer. His beak doesn't look long enough, but yea, a
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- Listen to hear if cody=codeine...but don't guess..don't use it if you can't hear it.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Current allergies to antibiotics include cefaclor, *cody*.
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- 'been seen in' s/l 'been seeing' so maybe it is (whom) I've been seeing about 3 years(?)
Complete thread -- having not been seen
Complete thread -- Now I can see the video, but don't think that's a hummingbird.
Complete thread -- has not been seen
Complete thread -- make sense?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Attn admin/Billybob regarding WAV/MP3 and IE browser phase out
Complete thread -- Oh I agree. I wish more doctors had a sense of humor sometimes (and some board members
Complete thread -- yes we do (need silliness) - thanks for sharing! This board can get boring.
Complete thread -- :) I figure we all need some silliness to get through our days :) this doc always seems to
Complete thread -- low-dose aspirin taken daily?
Complete thread -- I wouldn't worry about offending some humorless anonymous nm - I chuckled.
Complete thread -- Otherwise, he is on low-dose ____ second daily. He remains on Nexium.
Complete thread -- I'm sorry if you were offended. Was just trying to give a lil chuckle
Complete thread -- I think he IS funny... maybe you just have no sense of humor?
Complete thread -- I thought he was quite funny myself
Complete thread -- I hate when they think they are funny, and they're not.
Complete thread -- he is such a nut lol!
Complete thread -- OMG... hahahahaha. do-do-do-do-
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- lol! I have another one too that he just now did....and oh my! LOL! JUst posted as WAV
Complete thread -- Yes, repeating "There was no background"
Complete thread -- Since a few things can fit, what does your blank sound like?
Complete thread -- He's a lil outta season? LOL
Complete thread -- re-post from below. Singing doc on MP3... he is so silly LOL!
Complete thread -- Can't win 'em all.
Complete thread -- slight limp? nm
Complete thread -- s/l he is repeating "there was no background"
Complete thread -- background? something grown?
Complete thread -- great thought! he is not diabetic though, and "slight" is crystal clear - will flag it
Complete thread -- maybe it is 'slight' that you're mishearing, maybe it's side pump (insulin or pain pump?)
Complete thread -- two and a half years ago which settled down. There was no _____. Her celiac serolo
Complete thread -- it is definitely 70 mg (70 and 17 sound very similar)
Complete thread -- thank you for more context, is "Chiranjeevi" your s/l or your username?
Complete thread -- a few things might fit. What does it sound like to you? How many syllables?
Complete thread -- I think I hear "pump" please see msg for context.
Complete thread -- Alendronate dosage dictating as 17 mg
Complete thread -- pls suggest
Complete thread -- same as your post directly below this one, please provide more context and s/l
Complete thread -- pls suggest
Complete thread -- can you give some more context and even a s/l?
Complete thread -- pls suggest
Complete thread -- have a chuckle from my singing doc lol!! he kept singing it over and over again
Complete thread -- thanks for the compliment. 😆😆
Complete thread -- sorry. just checked. edited to public now. by default it was "private". didn't know.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thanks so much guys!
Complete thread -- yeah, I remember that (you told us about your tattoo once)
Complete thread -- that is the only reason why I thought so too, because it sounds like a person by the "who"
Complete thread -- yeah, there is a trail-making component to MoCA testing.
Complete thread -- I'd cap Radiology also, but probably not pain clinic.
Complete thread -- I'd probably cap that since it says "who has seen the patient
Complete thread -- I'd cap Radiology for sure
Complete thread -- same question about this one whether "radiology" would be capped
Complete thread -- looks okay by google - see link(s) talks about A and B?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- would this be capped?
Complete thread -- micro ?
Complete thread -- Flagged- there were other blanks in this report, thanks tho
Complete thread -- MoCA testing revealed the patient started the s/l trail B correctly but then TIA!
Complete thread -- Handheld retractors are shaped like a Cloward style retractor with blade for retracting
Complete thread -- hand-held?
Complete thread -- except for, of course, the fracture seen...
Complete thread -- x-rays - s/l courses
Complete thread -- the video is marked private.. :(
Complete thread -- she's adorable!
Complete thread -- kidney resector and place in a spinal needle into what I....
Complete thread -- s/l mick-car retractor? (Lumbar laminectomy)
Complete thread -- kidney dissector and ______ spinal needle
Complete thread -- Utilizing *hannle Cloward's*, I dissected through the avascular
Complete thread -- it must be "with history of hypertension, hyper____, depression"
Complete thread -- 76-year-old retired neurosurgeon with a history of hypertension...
Complete thread -- It's fine -- mute means they are neither upgoing nor downgoing.
Complete thread -- History of present illness section
Complete thread -- neurologic exam
Complete thread -- thanks for the compliment. 😆😆
Complete thread -- Can't see the hummingbird video but your little girl is just beautiful -- so cute!
Complete thread -- is it a Humming bird?
Complete thread -- coaptation brace
Complete thread -- shoulder brace for humeral shaft fracture
Complete thread -- and I'm pretty sure it is Freer (capitalized)
Complete thread -- Stevens scissors (not Steven's)
Complete thread -- ty mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- that is my favorite bird!
Complete thread -- "stews
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- malleable retractor?
Complete thread -- watch a Humming bird drinking water from my water cooler. :-).
Complete thread -- malleolar *bell* retractor
Complete thread -- I'm looking at their Sandisk SD cards now; will see later if the shipping costs to me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- i mean without a scratch (not with a scratch)
Complete thread -- i wouldn't know about that. you can check by ordering. i ordered my son's tennis racquet
Complete thread -- variant, which was
Complete thread -- wow, great bargains (once I do the rupees conversion). I wonder if they ship to the U.S.?
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic debridement of SLAP tea ...
Complete thread -- mine came a few days back through Flipkart. :-)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Allergies not mentioned, but I will listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- loratadine? (patient have allergies/hayfever mentioned?)
Complete thread -- creating ... in this area was ? .... symptoms (weren't ??) to be
Complete thread -- Referral to Cardiology for fatigue, shortness of breath, and an abnormal
Complete thread -- creating a ... in this area was ? symptoms (weren't ??) to be
Complete thread -- Horizontal tearing was probed but was not unstable and otherwise ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was hearing "landmark"
Complete thread -- I think he's saying "lateral"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- sorry, can't get it. great job on the comma placement, though.
Complete thread -- The patient, after exsanguinating the limb and elevating the tournique ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tack down ... midline (?) area of the ? of the
Complete thread -- We did not ____ past the mid ____ glenoid. It was felt that he likely ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. good night and thanks.
Complete thread -- and had the beginning of...?
Complete thread -- He has been observed nonoperatively for quite some time and eventually ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blood supply to the hip
Complete thread -- We let traction off and performed the other portion of the CAM resecti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- he corrected the sentence. ...acetabulum. Concern is the destablization
Complete thread -- the labrum was attached for the most part and we felt that we would ha ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Hip impingement comes in three common varieties: cam, pincer, and combined
Complete thread -- argh..you are right about this. I think it is just cam
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- And I'm not sure whether it is cam/pincer or CAM/pincer
Complete thread -- CAM/pincer-like lesion (what I hear)
Complete thread -- I'm finding CAM/pincer ....see link....in which case, if that
Complete thread -- sounds CAM but CAM and pincer are opposite terms so confused.
Complete thread -- pincer-like (requires hyphen)....but don't know your blank
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Left hip osteoarthritis, CAM lesion, and labra ...
Complete thread -- I mean they use the hyphen with K-wire...not with Kirschner wire
Complete thread -- I just checked the Kirschner wire website and they use the hyphen. Wish
Complete thread -- We once discussed this long time ago on the Board and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- BTW...recheck the earlier "close to the bone" in case he said "flush" there too
Complete thread -- flush with the
Complete thread -- This was then fixated using a 1.0 mm intramedullary K wire. This was ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Well the 5th finger is called the pinky...so perhaps he's saying pinky for 5th toe
Complete thread -- m hearing "pinki"
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Bunionectomy with osteotomy, first metatarsal ...
Complete thread -- in sted ortho it is hyphenated though.
Complete thread -- Do you know what joint he is referring to? If not, what is the name of the surgery?
Complete thread -- whoa...thanks for the info
Complete thread -- BoS2 page 298 shows no hyphen in K wire.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- The collateral ligaments and dorsal ____ tendon were sharply sectioned ...
Complete thread -- No hyphen after 1.6.
Complete thread -- For the blank I think I hear "close to the bone."
Complete thread -- Note: No hyphen after fully...BoS2 pg 93
Complete thread -- This area was predrilled with a 1.0 mm K-wire and this was removed and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a strong purchase at the proximal -- that's as much as I can get.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 75% would be another option.
Complete thread -- The most distal of these screws did not have a strong ____ as the prox ...
Complete thread -- my work is virtually "verbatim," but they'd still expect me to correct something like that
Complete thread -- although gramatically wrong, that's what he dictated. wav posted.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- agree. that needs rewording or relistening.
Complete thread -- *numeric* fractions, that is (for clarity's sake).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- technically, should be three-quarters, but on my accounts, even when
Complete thread -- This removed approximately *0.75* of the thickened capsule
Complete thread -- will right as it is then, i guess. haha.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. :-)
Complete thread -- lots of chemicals in those syrups
Complete thread -- interesting. again, generally speaking, it's usual in American transcription
Complete thread -- shouldn't it be: Once the epinephrine effect HAD taken place
Complete thread -- to guy:
Complete thread -- not a spec but that's what i have been doing and there is no feedback.
Complete thread -- hee. and high five on the sussing it out! :)
Complete thread -- also, by the way, is that part of your client's specs to change 1/4 inch to 0.25 inch?
Complete thread -- i didn't know Mercedes was in medical field also, apart from car business. haha
Complete thread -- decrease. thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- not trying to be pedantic here, but let's just think about what's being done, okay?
Complete thread -- The patient was then prepped with ChloraPrep and draped in the usual s ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd think "decreased," but maybe depends on what "this" is.
Complete thread -- This was done until the pinch test *increased/decreased* to 0.25 inch ...
Complete thread -- :) That's kind of like the first time I heard "hyoscyamine" pronounced correctly.
Complete thread -- I have, only once about 3 weeks ago, in 12 years of doing MT.
Complete thread -- Q, I'm not questioning what "melanotic" means. I said in "appropriate context."
Complete thread -- On the screen, click on "within terms and definitions" circle using melanotic search
Complete thread -- trying again to show my Dorland's link for when melanotic is used
Complete thread -- See link...2600+ PubMed articles....definition of melanotic not the
Complete thread -- Me neither. I know what it means, but I've only heard it used wrongly instead of "melenic"
Complete thread -- BTW I do note Merriam-Webster Medical does list it as a variant adj spelling
Complete thread -- I have never in over 20 years of MT heard "melanotic" dictated in appropriate
Complete thread -- Since some dictionaries do not show all adjectival forms of
Complete thread -- I change it.
Complete thread -- However, just to avoid possible misunderstanding, there is a word, melanotic,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I leave it.
Complete thread -- seems to be discrepancy with word erythemic on what to do with it, leave, change
Complete thread -- sounds like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to me!
Complete thread -- It is crazy, but having mothered many 2-year-old, I can sort of see it.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- you might be right - I think I'll put it in with an underline just to be safe. thanks a lo
Complete thread -- you don't sound judgmental... that IS crazy!
Complete thread -- 2yo with rash after eating pancakes with strawberry syrup, chocolate s ...
Complete thread -- hmmm... poor guy. One of the "significant complications" may well have been a DVT or PE.
Complete thread -- OK - the reason I ask...
Complete thread -- sm for history
Complete thread -- I don't have much information since this is a letter to a lawyer about some kind
Complete thread -- in medical history, did this patient have a PE or DVT by any chance?
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure I hear an S at the beginning. thanks
Complete thread -- filter? like IVC filter?
Complete thread -- IV *silt* replacement
Complete thread -- elliptiform
Complete thread -- An*eliptiform* incision was made around the mass.
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- Heller myotomy for achalasia versus s/l a breast dilation... New line procedure
Complete thread -- thank you both! :)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- obturator
Complete thread -- EMG findings
Complete thread -- note that he is probably ON OxyContin (rather than he IS OxyContin)
Complete thread -- agree - that's how I've always done it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd also put non-ST-elevation MI (since we're correcting things)
Complete thread -- Protected is correct. Note: permanent pacemaker implant (no comma)
Complete thread -- not sure, but no comma after "pacemaker" - it was a pacemaker implant
Complete thread -- OxyIR ?
Complete thread -- in the setting of a *protected* left main lesion.
Complete thread -- He is OxyContin and s/l oxy-eye-ya for pain control.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I see taco has answered your question, but I'm just
Complete thread -- Thanks bkloli for catching my typo, s/b Burt's Bees cream.
Complete thread -- does show
Complete thread -- This is a grammer question
Complete thread -- *Burt's Bees"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I find a Burt's Bee cream when I google ... bee cream (see link)
Complete thread -- It is not well worded, but it seems to make sense to me. My
Complete thread -- pt. has been trying "bodes-b" cream for itching. Brain freeze, believe it's OTC. nm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- corrects himself to end up saying "an arterial sonography"
Complete thread -- patient already had a ______ sonography of
Complete thread -- No evidence of *cholangitis*. Homans sign is negative.
Complete thread -- confused on sentence start and end for EMG study. 2nd and 3rd sentence
Complete thread -- thanks, his broken english makes it rather difficult
Complete thread -- #1 something about a ramp? #2 bilaterally joint lines(?)
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops, cut and pasted from question instead of answer (see link)
Complete thread -- I think it's cytoprotective, but you
Complete thread -- Carafate for its cytoproductive effect.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Thought that might be it too so going with it.
Complete thread -- Yellofins yes, Allen Medical. Can't find Blue (or Blu).
Complete thread -- junction and __________ protective
Complete thread -- Effient?
Complete thread -- Because of bleeding _______ that he was discontinued
Complete thread -- I had it dictated once, a long time ago, and sent to QA. They didn't give me any feedback
Complete thread -- Tx. I did see that and was hoping someone might have found something ...
Complete thread -- check archives, - this was a discussion a while back with no clear answer
Complete thread -- "Bluefin" stirrups for gynecological procedure
Complete thread -- Can't tell if that's a stutter on "her" or if she is saying "first."
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i am also haring finish her "first" semester
Complete thread -- see inside for what I hear
Complete thread -- for evaluation of recurrent tonsillitis. She was ____ and wished to f ...
Complete thread -- do you work in night shift?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- external ... Axillae clear
Complete thread -- Heart is regular. Abdomen is soft, nontender, and nondistended. Brea ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Prempro.
Complete thread -- still can't hear anything
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- Current Medications: Lexapro, ____ and Lyrica. ...
Complete thread -- got the blank. thanks.
Complete thread -- can't hear anything
Complete thread -- There is more risk of complications and high mobility ____. Having sa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- has had now two...
Complete thread -- two attacks ...p.o.
Complete thread -- The patient has had ____ of diverticulitis, both treated by ____ antib ...
Complete thread -- sorry. it is CA not PA. my mistake
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. u nailed it.
Complete thread -- All areas you mention are in CA, not PA
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. You are correct.
Complete thread -- Petaluma is in CA....so maybe is saying West Sonoma Countyr...what do U think?
Complete thread -- Only since seeing your post, I don't find a Sonoma County in Penn.
Complete thread -- I think I hear West Sonoma County Hospital
Complete thread -- anywhere in Petaluma, Novato, Sebastopol, or Larkspur, PA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Plan is for...Thanks
Complete thread -- Where might the hospital be?
Complete thread -- what was this one?
Complete thread -- She understands and desires to proceed. She will be scheduled hopeful ...
Complete thread -- Assessment & Plan: A 53-year-old female here for screening colonoscopy ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ______group of muscles....#2 at
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. it was a typo. it is "chronic cholecystitis".
Complete thread -- The patient desires the muscle biopsy at this point. All the risks, b ...
Complete thread -- corrected suggestion for #1
Complete thread -- dang...did NOT have
Complete thread -- ooops...she did have have "chronic cholecystectomy"...but not on the wav
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- 2. colonic biopsy #1. Knee arthroscopy
Complete thread -- she HAD a laparoscopic chole...I am assuming that is what
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Strabismus ____, arthroscopy shoulder, nasal s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- #2. less vomiting, less nausea?? (see message for what I would do with #1)
Complete thread -- At this stage, she has a laparoscopic cholecystectomy by me for chroni ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I would remove the "in the area", I think he corrected to "in the same hole"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- same hole, because I did not want to put the same size screws and not
Complete thread -- I then removed it. I wanted to put a larger screw in the area in the ...
Complete thread -- maybe it is L25, only thing I'm find with 13-6. but I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- At this time, I placed a *point-to-point* clamp at this area to help h ...
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- sorry, computer tweaked out
Complete thread -- 1. same area, but not to the extreme as... Father was hesitant for surgery.
Complete thread -- 1. same area, but not to the extreme as... Father was hesitant for surgery.
Complete thread -- 1. same area, but not to the extreme as... Father was hesitant for surgery.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot guys.
Complete thread -- N25+, M25+ ? SonoSite M-Turbo ultrasound machine
Complete thread -- Father was hesitant for?
Complete thread -- not to the extreme of this. ?? was hesitant for surgery...calm down...
Complete thread -- 2. swelling calm down 3. He presented back to clinic
Complete thread -- yeah. he was fumbling. deleted "for". Thanks.
Complete thread -- RTC is what I was hearing, but I couldn't think what meaning it would have in your
Complete thread -- Upon evaluation, his right hand slightly scissored as well at the same ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- that is his usual statement with other past reports
Complete thread -- you could be right..
Complete thread -- usually he ends in his report by saying "A followup appointment has been given for 4 weeks
Complete thread -- Sorry abc...I can't hear that. I would think it would be Adderall since
Complete thread -- "for further posterior" doesn't make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "rtc" (return to clinic) but im not sure.
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- noticed it tensioned nicely
Complete thread -- I then pulled this back up through into the knee and placed a spinal n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Can't hear cyto whatsoever.
Complete thread -- I'm finding a cytokeratin-7 related to adenocarcinoma. Could he be
Complete thread -- Could it be keratin-7 positive?
Complete thread -- metastatic adenocarcinoma, which was strongly s/l current in 7 passages. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. New one for me. nm
Complete thread -- 'patient-oriented dialysis' (POD) ??
Complete thread -- However, I find another site that shows it both ways. So I guess client preference.
Complete thread -- s/b cc (see link)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Left blank. nm
Complete thread -- Pt went to (s/l) *POB* dialysis unit (Wash.DC/Maryland area). Cannot locate/nm
Complete thread -- 1 cc allograft bone grafting or 1 mL allograft?
Complete thread -- left-to-right shunt
Complete thread -- I guess she is meaning interatrial. geez. nm
Complete thread -- this NP may be stumbling and saying "intra" and then corrects to atrial. nm
Complete thread -- echocardiogram showing persistent left to right "intra arterial" shunt. nm
Complete thread -- Gigli saw ?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- tissue attachments and a *Jubilee* saw was used
Complete thread -- Shiga toxin (check on capitalization, I'm not sure)
Complete thread -- s/l shigitoxin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 2 ends of the ulnar artery
Complete thread -- Guyon's canal
Complete thread -- freely dissect the ______ of the ulnar artery
Complete thread -- s/l Giams canal
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sounds good, and fits with the heading.
Complete thread -- ooh - that's an awesome guess - I bet that's it.
Complete thread -- Take over as medical attending
Complete thread -- he might need a psych consult if he's tickling his doctors.
Complete thread -- good guess - at least it fits with the 'were'
Complete thread -- agree, but to me s/l 'tickle his medical attending' LOL
Complete thread -- medial and lateral eminence ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you for your help.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- something "medical attending"...
Complete thread -- I wish...He's pretty clear in saying this...
Complete thread -- medial eminence?
Complete thread -- hernial orifice?
Complete thread -- The immediate s/l*luminance* of the first metatarsal head were exposed and resected
Complete thread -- here is a link if it helps to visualize
Complete thread -- ___?___ orifice was normal.
Complete thread -- I think RV is correct (right ventricle). If you follow the circulation
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: ______
Complete thread -- sounds were normal. _______ was normal.
Complete thread -- oops, didnt mean all caps, that was a cut & paste
Complete thread -- EMVOREN - diclofenac-amitriptyline- prilo-lido cream (SM)
Complete thread -- Definitely RV...that's my question
Complete thread -- Are you sure he isn't saying LV instead of RV?
Complete thread -- Doc spells Envoren topical cream sm
Complete thread -- I am so lost in this report. I am questioning "RV" inside...
Complete thread -- what kind of procedure? (without knowing that, my wild guess would be 'left subclavian')
Complete thread -- Please fill the blank
Complete thread -- Doctor attempted to place a new catheter on the _____ vein soun ...
Complete thread -- Dictated: He was a homebound dad. VR: He was home, found dead.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- gingival buccal (or gingivobuccal) sulcus, and it is caries (not carries)
Complete thread -- carries with a first molar tooth gone with some mild edema in the *genuva bulka sulc
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- Maybe inadvertent intravascular injection.
Complete thread -- avoid _____ intravascular injection.
Complete thread -- Once all bleeding was assured to be controlled, the patient was inject ...
Complete thread -- DATE OF BIRTH: ____ (Age is 18 years) ...
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- difficult arousability?
Complete thread -- bothersome, with recurrent infections, also with sleep probems...
Complete thread -- couldn't figure out what is he saying. the numbers. will post wav again after above blank.
Complete thread -- Not sure what your question is.
Complete thread -- You lost me there, kid.
Complete thread -- That may be what YOU'RE here for. Don't assume that is what
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 18-year-old Hispanic female with ongoing const ...
Complete thread -- DATE OF BIRTH: ____ (Age is 18 years)
Complete thread -- ok. will make it set then. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and I sure don't hear silk
Complete thread -- I don't see the same sentence twice. They are different places
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am in 2 minds whether "set or silk" sutures. also he is dictating
Complete thread -- This is the same guy I thought he said *said sutures*..now it sounds like "set sutures"
Complete thread -- subcutaneous tissue off the platysma muscle down to the manubrium. Ad ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mental? (sounds like mentolic)
Complete thread -- After this was done, an incision was made under the ____ region. We c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- (period) All the way down ...manubrium?? (not sure if that fits with what they are doing)
Complete thread -- We came down along the face and then to the neck and around the postau ...
Complete thread -- Yeah, I was actually proofing to full audio at 2-plus speed for a little
Complete thread -- oh my..DUH!! Yes, that's it. Shoulder! Guess it's time for a break! TY!!
Complete thread -- I usually use fast audio with the exception of 1 of my doctors that
Complete thread -- shoulder sling?
Complete thread -- abduction-assisted **silver** sling sm
Complete thread -- Do you proof once over at the end (without audio, except for some double-checking)?
Complete thread -- We're here to offer help and corrections are fine, but we're not here to critique the work
Complete thread -- I don't know. I was just proofing and found I had typed
Complete thread -- Not rude , just truthful. From what I just read, I'd say the MT is inexperienced.
Complete thread -- how rude
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks - took me a few tries but I think I had them right
Complete thread -- also - grade 1 to 2/6 systolic (BOS says change that to grade 1/6 to 2/6)
Complete thread -- dang... I missed that one too!
Complete thread -- (I meant to post this under nm's 'dentition' post)
Complete thread -- Man... I missed that one too! Wonder how many mistakes we'd find if we had whole report.
Complete thread -- poor dentition (not detention)
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- I listened to those 2 sound files and got diddly, so I was impressed when you got them!
Complete thread -- yeah, sometimes I wonder if they do?
Complete thread -- good catch, lb, I missed that one. Let's hope OP comes back.
Complete thread -- incomplete right bundle branch pattern (not angulated)
Complete thread -- yeah, i had 2 of those this morning not acknowledged where I was helpful or not.
Complete thread -- Or IMO just a comma after full, a little tight and stiff but full
Complete thread -- all we get are post-and-run OPs who don't acknowledge our answers anyway.
Complete thread -- you have a typo on bruit(s) - just one bruit.
Complete thread -- ?amorphous and
Complete thread -- #1 showed sinus rhythm at 74; #2 nonspecific T-wave
Complete thread -- full (a little tight and stiff, but full).
Complete thread -- added again
Complete thread -- i'm still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- Should this be two sentences?
Complete thread -- signs from ______ with an angulated right - fascicular block and ______ changes
Complete thread -- it sure is...
Complete thread -- actually another boring day on the board...
Complete thread -- I'm here, but I gave my mind the day off to celebrate!
Complete thread -- Can we take the day off too, you know, just for giggles?
Complete thread -- hidden cuff?
Complete thread -- depending on acct specs, you might want to cap ID and Nephrology
Complete thread -- corynebacteria
Complete thread -- gram-negative?
Complete thread -- s/l cry knee bacteria
Complete thread -- olecranon? radial head?
Complete thread -- flagged. nm
Complete thread -- A 14-year-old male with history of "hiffen-coff" elbow fractures. mumbled. tia nm
Complete thread -- Today is the Queen's Birthday (Australia) - have a good one, Aussies and wannabes!
Complete thread -- "Median follow-up time" means the same as "Median time for
Complete thread -- I'll check that out. Thank you!
Complete thread -- spoonerism for 'Myrbetriq' for the OAB?
Complete thread -- Wonder if doc is saying "crural area" see link
Complete thread -- ok,
Complete thread -- A 51-year-old female being seen by cardiologist for palpitations.
Complete thread -- Wonder if doc is saying "shifting" see link
Complete thread -- There is no mass effect nor any hydrocephalus or *shift drain*.
Complete thread -- I think cc for volume but some accounts want 'em all changed to mL.
Complete thread -- Is ovarian volume cc or mL. Doctors are dictating differently for the same account.
Complete thread -- avoiding lag ophthalmus leaving at least 20 mm
Complete thread -- pretarsal fascia with a running Vicryl to fixate the lid crease.
Complete thread -- MK, BOS=Book of Style (for MTs)
Complete thread -- with the mean..., with a mean... are equivalent. It's a style choice.
Complete thread -- s/l amorphacent.... see inside for more
Complete thread -- fashion in a running ______ crease
Complete thread -- margin bilaterally ______ using the pinch method avoiding _______ 20 mm of skin
Complete thread -- place over the *scleral* area, and
Complete thread -- It's not the "slang" that is the problem.
Complete thread -- It's either a measurement or an estimation, so that's the issue.
Complete thread -- please check the meaning of modified sentence
Complete thread -- What do mean by BOS, could you provide a link for this to refer...thanks
Complete thread -- When I asked about grammatical errors, everyone is looking....
Complete thread -- thanks for listening anony
Complete thread -- I agree with expanding slang terms for clarity, mainly because
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch.
Complete thread -- SM - BOS rules on the virgule
Complete thread -- I spell that out, per BOS. Can't find it right now, but if you need documentation, its in
Complete thread -- Patient is on oxygen 1 liter per minute. L/min or LPM or lpm? Google has all of them.
Complete thread -- thanks poi! I can now send it, log off, and ... enjoy some bonbons.
Complete thread -- sometimes my brain sucks...
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- alginate-based ?
Complete thread -- thankythanky - today is my Monday and I'm ready for the
Complete thread -- I'd say yes, correct, but you might want to wait and see if the other mice agree.
Complete thread -- is status post resection for hilar cholangiocarcinoma with complicatio ...
Complete thread -- Client sets rules on any 'style' questions, but not all accts say one way or the other.
Complete thread -- tract and tracking correct? - SM
Complete thread -- Never mind. Op already had left lobe of the thyroid (I thought left lower which was wrong)
Complete thread -- I heard left lower thyroid but probably not it.
Complete thread -- We don't expand the components (eos, monos, basos, and so on) but do have to expand
Complete thread -- grrrr - sTuck in my brain.
Complete thread -- aack...you might be right. Questyr had parathyroid and it suck in my brain
Complete thread -- I am hearing "parasternal region" and still can't figure out the sentence.
Complete thread -- was noted in left parathyroid region (ribs???) activity - ugggh I dont like this doctor.
Complete thread -- Articles are "a", "an", and "the" so look where those are a problem.
Complete thread -- Think I hear "Left parathyroid region"...but question ribs?
Complete thread -- Are you talking about "with A mean number" versus "with mean number"?
Complete thread -- same patient with PET results below:
Complete thread -- Must not be "necessary" to every account because I have one that says
Complete thread -- thank you anonymouse and mouse
Complete thread -- agree with
Complete thread -- anorectal?
Complete thread -- PET done XXXXX which showed intense activity in the ________ region that has
Complete thread -- And necessary, for accuracy's sake, as 'diff' can mean 'difficile' in another context.
Complete thread -- me3 because I prefer not to use slang (though I doubt I'd get 'dinged' for not expanding)
Complete thread -- another
Complete thread -- Not sure if this will be of much help, but see
Complete thread -- I do too, for same reason, no slang allowed.
Complete thread -- I do, but my account doesn't allow slang.
Complete thread -- Style question. Do you expand "diff" to "differential? Necessary? Unnecessary?
Complete thread -- cany anyone suggest good forum or website for these issues...
Complete thread -- you might be right -- (see bottom of page on link)
Complete thread -- Can anyone suggest good forum or website for these kind of issues....tx
Complete thread -- But, if the client said there are grammar issues, can't they tell you WHICH ones are wrong
Complete thread -- that is the challenging thing...need to provide the answer to client reg grammaticalissues
Complete thread -- Have you asked the client what errors were made? Maybe they'd be the best ones to answer
Complete thread -- thanks for the response, but plz look into the usage of articles
Complete thread -- I agree Questyr -- as I said in another post, this isn't so much medical and is more
Complete thread -- second sentence
Complete thread -- maybesomething "soft" restraints ?
Complete thread -- We were cross posting again...see my response below.
Complete thread -- These kinds of questions are entering another field....that of
Complete thread -- hi SM, dont worry about first sentence, plz look into second sentence...
Complete thread -- I think she is saying twice as tough... Thanks
Complete thread -- thanks Q, what about usage of articles....
Complete thread -- MK, please note the corrections in CAPS
Complete thread -- The patient was placed in "4-point s/l nonviolent twiceastaff restraints"
Complete thread -- I might also add that since the original makes reference to
Complete thread -- Firstly, i would like to bunch of thanks to everyone, especially Q. could look into......
Complete thread -- did they say anything about the numbers? years of 2001 vs. 2008?
Complete thread -- even we are not sure, but guessing something about usage of articles (a, an, the)...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the nice words, bkloli....I must add that though
Complete thread -- In addition to my comment yesterday about the 2nd paragraph, I can add
Complete thread -- Q (Questyr) is the pro on grammar around here (IMO) and I think she did a great job of
Complete thread -- Yes, exactly, but i got only few responses. need to know about corrections in 2nd sentece
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Isn't this the question from below from yesterday?
Complete thread -- Client said both sentences have grammatical errors, can anyone find outthe errors....
Complete thread -- Should have said, but think those.."are" (not is) \_(ツ)_/
Complete thread -- I cannot identify a grammatical error in the second paragraph. The
Complete thread -- No prob. If you can't hear it, you can't. It could be something new, too.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Patient with liver tumors...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the suggestion. Says it twice clearly the same way. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- interesting - thanks for link, lb
Complete thread -- I haven't heard it either but could mean one of those OTC meds
Complete thread -- Neulasta
Complete thread -- Ty to both helpers. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- allergies Norco, Tylenol, and s/l flu powder. ... Current medications
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- commenting
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm
Complete thread -- The patient received a s/l loo-ves-tuh injection in the outpatient center. TIA!
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Folic acid?
Complete thread -- s/l Forgas or Fulgas 1 mg daily.
Complete thread -- Just some fluff-n-stuff
Complete thread -- thank you, that is what I had too but never heard it that way before, and had no past
Complete thread -- I hear plus 11, which I assume means 11 pounds more than at
Complete thread -- could not find any past reports for this patient so could not confirm what I keep hearing
Complete thread -- uncertain I am hearing correctly as I have never heard him (or anyone) say this
Complete thread -- plse disregard (charcoal of course!)
Complete thread -- s/l chirkle, turkle, trickle, cannot make it out - sm plse
Complete thread -- thanks to all. They also said there is also grammatical error in second sentence
Complete thread -- yeah, can and do survive... but usually not for too long. It's a huge problem in my 'hood.
Complete thread -- pie...
Complete thread -- I didn't even realize a person could survive that level - Sheeh is right!
Complete thread -- "where the....was..." sounds good..thanks...what about the second sentence?
Complete thread -- Sorry, Q and OP. Meant to say "not with" (keep *was*)
Complete thread -- hi, i am sorry that i did not tell the fact...see inside
Complete thread -- hi, i am sorry that i did not tell the fact...see inside
Complete thread -- hi i m sorry i did not tell the fact .......
Complete thread -- R U saying it should/could be (see message)
Complete thread -- ...agents, where the mean number... (not was)
Complete thread -- I'm sorry I must disagree...the subject of the sentence is
Complete thread -- MVA rollover accident: The patient was found to have a blood alcohol level of 0.34
Complete thread -- Our posts "crossed" each other, see my post just above this question.
Complete thread -- for me both sentences are correct, different style of writing...
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if the doctor might have actually said "of" not "was",
Complete thread -- so without word "was" does this sound okay?
Complete thread -- The first sentence is grammatically incorrect....The prepositional
Complete thread -- qc said the first sentence is grammatically incorrect.
Complete thread -- hi i requested for any grammatical errors, are there any? both sent ...
Complete thread -- yep, our old word processors (1990) lost the degree sign SM
Complete thread -- Oops..sorry Oasis, I did not mean to post this below your suggestion, I meant
Complete thread -- As for suggestions/corrections, this looks to be an
Complete thread -- None taken. I'm glad you pointed that out to the OP.
Complete thread -- When I push send it doesn't come through. This is a good
Complete thread -- No offense, I was just offering info to the OP.
Complete thread -- My suggestion... (no symbol for >=; per for /; and removal of some verbs)
Complete thread -- All I was trying to do was provide the symbol the respondent
Complete thread -- I don't think you are supposed to use the symbol according to BOS standards.
Complete thread -- Ah, I see that didn't work.
Complete thread -- Here it is...I cut and paste from the bottom of this page..
Complete thread -- I give up, sorry!
Complete thread -- Sorry, it wouldn't work. I'll try again:
Complete thread -- The symbol for greater than or equal to is this:
Complete thread -- First blank is "and basically leaving a rounded..."
Complete thread -- Are there any grammatical errors in these 2 sentences, please suggest
Complete thread -- In addition, there was a ridge of scar tissue that extended like a ban ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- on the end of ? ... noted *that* the ... to *its* normal position ...
Complete thread -- Methylene blue was used ____ 30-gauge needle for tattooing of the impo ...
Complete thread -- to taco:
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- plugged ... *a* (?) mature perforation ... I went ahead and
Complete thread -- On exam under anesthesia, the patient was noted to have a T-tube that ...
Complete thread -- The turbinate was then infractured and then outfractured. The patient ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "midline and towards the maxillary crest as well"
Complete thread -- towards the maxillary crest as well.
Complete thread -- A left hemitransfixion incision was made in the septum, after which ve ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- For instance,here's a surgery on a 32-year-old and they are using pediatric backbiter
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Bilateral maxillary antrostomy, bilateral anterio ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- First, the right side was addressed with *pediatric* backbiter taking ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- being used to
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no WAV file present.
Complete thread -- First the left tonsil was grasped and dissected from superior to infer ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- gasping and choking at night
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS FOR PROCEDURE: The patient is a 6-year-old little boy wit ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q, will flag it
Complete thread -- I hear polymyxin (followed by some sound then) sulfate...I find there
Complete thread -- clopidogrel, pantoprazole, levothyroxine, amitriptyline, _______.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- 1. the ear to look too pointed ...2. more blunted
Complete thread -- On the right side, it was noted that tightening in the superior aspect ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. had to be cut and carved separate from the...2. carving
Complete thread -- The antihelix was found to be _____ separate from the conchal bowl and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think he replaced in with across
Complete thread -- 1. cleft or 2. in across what would have
Complete thread -- N-acetyl cysteine ?? lability??
Complete thread -- The _____ concavity along the superior aspect of the concha bowl exten ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 1. It is also noted??
Complete thread -- 2 & 3 third
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- The concha bowl excess was excised on each side. ____ these concha bo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- brought together?
Complete thread -- The galea was reconstructed with as minimal amount of Monocryl suture ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nevus from leg?? I am not sure I hear that though.
Complete thread -- There were no complications. Blood loss was minimal. Specimen was __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient takes s/l lot-uh-to for back pain. TIA!
Complete thread -- fistulogram?
Complete thread -- which underwent debridement?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- which underwent?
Complete thread -- See arthroscopic photos. Had some mild medial femoral condylar wear a ...
Complete thread -- SM TIA
Complete thread -- right. and could substitute with "s" plurals to double-check construction.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- foot wounds (think of it this way - wounds to each foot)
Complete thread -- both seem odd... Treatment of bilateral foot wounds due to diabetic ulcers.
Complete thread -- See if you can hear "transverse venous sinus"
Complete thread -- PMH numbered list - s/l transverse venous os. (heavy ESL accent) TIA!
Complete thread -- maybe completed as in done the tests, or repleted too makes sense. Can you post a sound
Complete thread -- Some PA's are sharp; some make me wonder. Patient's electrolytes were completed/sm
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- probably your way is right, but I might cap 'Stabilizing' too just cuz it looks weird not
Complete thread -- would you cap like this? DonJoy stabilizing Pro ankle brace ? or ??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clogged 'and' flushed makes more sense.
Complete thread -- The patient has decreased drainage likely *clogged to flushed with no resistance*.
Complete thread -- I got tired of waiting for her to post something dumb to make fun of.
Complete thread -- hmmm... but EAST is an acronym, no? (and "EAST test" is redundant since T is for "Test")
Complete thread -- Wanna should be within quotation marks in your sentence!
Complete thread -- No, he does not spell FAST out. I also found the East test and was wo ...
Complete thread -- i flagged it
Complete thread -- not much fun fighting w/o D. ;)
Complete thread -- Oops, I didn't see this...sorry!
Complete thread -- That should be East test (no capital)...darn cut and paste!
Complete thread -- There is an EAST Test or "Hands-up" Test...see link
Complete thread -- Is FAST spelled out?
Complete thread -- Wanna should be capitalized in your sentence!
Complete thread -- there's a Halstead test and an EAST test (elevated arm stress test)
Complete thread -- there's some google support for the spelling "calicoscopy" but not a real word
Complete thread -- thoracic outlet syndrome test
Complete thread -- "wanna" is in the dictionary...
Complete thread -- We performed a utereroscopy as well as **calyxoscopy**?
Complete thread -- That's the spirit!
Complete thread -- That should be "want to"! Hee hee
Complete thread -- another boring Friday on the WB... anyone wanna fight?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I can sort of hear that, and then I think he starts to say "renal" and changes to "kidney"
Complete thread -- and a
Complete thread -- is he just saying the word "and"???
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks - I think it might be aortic regurgitation
Complete thread -- this is not my day :(
Complete thread -- #1 kinda sounds like ulna or ulnar infection, but I guessed that already yesterday.
Complete thread -- actually, "right-of-way" is if 2 people get to the intersection at the
Complete thread -- in a gentleman who was on a baby aspirin only
Complete thread -- microcytic indices, and _______ and baby aspirin
Complete thread -- She had _____, history of kidney cancer. but I can't get diddly for the blanks.
Complete thread -- Includes _______ infection - She had _________ kidney cancer
Complete thread -- That's it - just listened again. Great guess! Thank you!
Complete thread -- It's like sig-no-roma.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes it does (aka hypertonia)
Complete thread -- damn good guess, 7!
Complete thread -- ? Fembody (nutritional supplement)
Complete thread -- ? no acoustic neuroma ?
Complete thread -- make sense?
Complete thread -- is that like "sig no roma" or "sign o roma"?
Complete thread -- MRI of the brain shows a Chiari I malformation...SM
Complete thread -- unsure what he is saying and also unsure if there should be commas
Complete thread -- drug s/l vem/pot/ee or ben/pot/ee
Complete thread -- s/l kugel-spits
Complete thread -- Actually, when I clicked on THIS wav last night, that was what I heard
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. He's definitely saying/injecting 1 point. That I'm sure of but
Complete thread -- from each of the points
Complete thread -- ...oblique deviation fluoroscopy beam and from ____ we injected 0.5 mL
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Complete thread -- This was biopsied with a ____ forceps. The area was completely hemost ...
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Complete thread -- maybe I have listened too many times..but I now hear "cleaned by instrument"
Complete thread -- The left ear was visualized under microscope and cleaned ___ cerumen. ...
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Complete thread -- glue ear
Complete thread -- A similar procedure was then performed on the left ear with similar fi ...
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Complete thread -- completely obstructing foreign body
Complete thread -- Tyvm. mp3 deleted.
Complete thread -- a stuffed animal filling, but the substance I am not sure of,
Complete thread -- Procedure Performed: Removal of foreign bodies form bilateral ears.
Complete thread -- It appeared to be some type of foam, perhaps ____ but it was a large c ...
Complete thread -- Tetracaine
Complete thread -- p.s. my theory on podiatry is...
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm. IOL placement
Complete thread -- hush yo mouth! lol. nah, just a regular internal med consult,
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Complete thread -- serum
Complete thread -- Full liver function panel as well as PT, PTT, CBC, and ____ sarin chem ...
Complete thread -- haha. i m slow at understanding these things. but i got it eventually. may be i should
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ugh...must be podiatry haha
Complete thread -- strain/whiplash injury
Complete thread -- the nickle finally dropped?? whaatt?
Complete thread -- Occipital neuralgia secondary to motor vehicle accident complicating c ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot...ahh..the nickle finally dropped...
Complete thread -- lol, nope. working on a 19-minute one here. agree, that's what I hear too.
Complete thread -- I think you got it. (I must have scared off pie...haha)
Complete thread -- :) :waves:
Complete thread -- Dermatomal *deficiencies* at the L4 and L5 dermatome on the left side ...
Complete thread -- about time you showed up pie! :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- There is (are) tender? trigger points
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Complete thread -- Examination of the posterior scalp reveals tenderness at the occipital ...
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Complete thread -- The Spurling sign ... The Adson sign
Complete thread -- Reflexes are 1+ at the biceps, triceps, and brachioradialis bilaterall ...
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Complete thread -- Muscular effort is?
Complete thread -- The hands are arthritic and appear slightly swollen but symmetrical. ...
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Complete thread -- sections??
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the dermatomal ____ of the upper extremities revealed di ...
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Complete thread -- forward? protracted? ______?
Complete thread -- MEENT or Mouth, Ears, Eyes, Nose, and Throat?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- I am sure that is supposed to be with effacement..not will
Complete thread -- shuffle gait, rather slow. (typo on man)
Complete thread -- A pleasant, well-developed, and well-nourished mane who walks with ___ ...
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Complete thread -- to advanced
Complete thread -- There is moderate ____ central canal stenosis. Actually, the cervical ...
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Complete thread -- will effacement of the
Complete thread -- MRI of the L spine physicians imaging on February 20, 2015 at L4-L5 s ...
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Complete thread -- 1. pain with deep breath..2. joint grinding and popping. I also
Complete thread -- Review of Systems: He has headaches occasionally, joint pain, ____ mu ...
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Complete thread -- occupational therapy_____________??
Complete thread -- He is not receiving physical therapy but has ____. He takes medicatio ...
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Complete thread -- has affected his sleep, he sleeps...He is not overeating, but is...?
Complete thread -- He has no bowel or bladder incontinence issues. The pain ____ 4 to 5 ...
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Complete thread -- shoot..I'm not sure. Don't have time to research and wav gone.
Complete thread -- 1. numbing 2. __(impossible)____ to the scapular region
Complete thread -- I think that should be cognitive AND memory
Complete thread -- Pain is described as aching, tingling, shooting, ____, cramping, and u ...
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Complete thread -- cognitive memory
Complete thread -- The patient states that he has headaches, neck pain, low back pain, pa ...
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Complete thread -- #2 is yield the right-of-way
Complete thread -- it is a driving rule in American..the first person to an
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Complete thread -- had the right-of-way
Complete thread -- The pickup truck ____ and was struck by another vehicle that was trave ...
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Complete thread -- base of the scalp,
Complete thread -- He was seen in the Fresno office for evaluation of persistent pain in ...
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Complete thread -- your suggesting goes with the thread above
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. its "otologic drill" i think.
Complete thread -- the last part s/l "hydroxyapatite bone cement and allowed to harden"
Complete thread -- some kind of drill....I hear O____ drill.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- with the
Complete thread -- The mastoid was obliterated ____ hydroxyapatite bone cement and allowe ...
Complete thread -- Self-retaining retractors were put in position and then the ____ was u ...
Complete thread -- Might be referring to Gowers sign
Complete thread -- Yes, that makes more sense. LOL Thanks.
Complete thread -- recovery? (though I would much prefer a cuddle)
Complete thread -- The postoperative s/l "cuddle" was unremarkable per nursing and anesthesia.
Complete thread -- Turns out it was ASPS - he said it again in a different report. sm
Complete thread -- Blanking, thanks
Complete thread -- s/l "Notoriously" (doubt that's it)
Complete thread -- NM. Grommet
Complete thread -- Serous fluid was drained. s/l grah-muh tube placement was not successful. TIA!
Complete thread -- cowering?
Complete thread -- Thoracolumbar range of motion is full for flexion and comes up without s/l gowering?
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- website has Saran premimum wrap (all caps), so I guess
Complete thread -- would you do Saran wrap or Saran Wrap? seems brand is just Saran, so thinking Saran wrap?
Complete thread -- I would cap it.
Complete thread -- correction: occlusive dressing
Complete thread -- would you cap saran wrap or leave uncapped? inconclusive dressing with saran wrap and
Complete thread -- Will use with a flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks so much !
Complete thread -- ?SDS safety data sheet. MSDS material safety data sheet
Complete thread -- maybe referring to Centrum Silver Men?
Complete thread -- FDA sheet? (maybe the 'S' sound is coming from 'sheet')
Complete thread -- Medications: Omeprazole, s/l "mens silver" Delzicol.
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway- same here, tried every combo I could think of !
Complete thread -- Sorry, I've tried FPF, STS, SPS, any combo of s/l letters and can't find diddlysquat.
Complete thread -- She has been given the s/l SPS or SPF sheet discussing the
Complete thread -- what I actually heard was "hoss" or "haas" and then I did the wildcard search.
Complete thread -- yup...pops right up for me now...I guess I got stuck on the *heart* sound
Complete thread -- I searched for "allergy to * serum" and saw "equine" and then searched for "horse serum".
Complete thread -- thanks taco. Now that you have posted, I have heard that before.
Complete thread -- 2) aortic regurgitation, history of kidney cancer??
Complete thread -- (I never heard of it before, but apparently there is such a thing -googles well)
Complete thread -- horse serum(?)
Complete thread -- Allergies: Include _______ serum, Lopid, Lipitor.
Complete thread -- you could start another sentence... hand. Her recollection...
Complete thread -- Is this sentence too long?
Complete thread -- Hank dilator dilated to 20 - sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I am finding Hank units but not related to this that I can see.
Complete thread -- what is a Hank unit? Something is off here. SM please
Complete thread -- #1 ulnar? (WAG) #2 something about kidney cancer? (sorry, not much help)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- in her mother's condition ..
Complete thread -- at her mother's condition, there is not much ...
Complete thread -- her that at her ________ condition there is
Complete thread -- two questions
Complete thread -- room air? do her hair? (joking)...I can't get it.
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- It shouold be there now.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- OATS? (osteochondral autograft transfer system)
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- s/l oth or Os procedure for knee injury
Complete thread -- 1. filled approximately 40% 2.Mydriacyl and phenylephrine? applied to the
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- filled with _____ 40% of the anterior chamber, topical Mydriacyl _____ ocular surface
Complete thread -- for 2 hours, but more _____ prior to discharge home.
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I use diaphyseal but see that either is correct. Google likes eal better, but Stedman's
Complete thread -- right you are!
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- I hear it but darned if I can figure out what that little word is.
Complete thread -- I'd transcribe it as 60/40 too, fwiw
Complete thread -- ooh, but it would be paracentesEs (plural) in this case, wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- oops - pardon me! - I didn't research it. I thought 'para' was only for belly punctures.
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- that makes sense to me, not folded evenly. I would transcribe 60/40 (but
Complete thread -- anyone know?
Complete thread -- not to argue but I have had many eye guys use the term and supported on google
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- 360 degrees?
Complete thread -- Descemet membrane was scored _____ using the epithelial t
Complete thread -- inspected and it showed good _______ had been achieved with the
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l sixty forty split
Complete thread -- I think it is a Sharpoint blade (I see some evidence that it can be used in eye surgeries)
Complete thread -- also, not "paracentesis" because that's the belly - some other kind of -centesis there
Complete thread -- not sure of blank (yet) but I think it is "wet field cautery" not electrocautery
Complete thread -- Using ____ blade, paracentesis were made in the
Complete thread -- is there preference as far as "ial" or "eal" spelling such as diaphysial/diaphyseal?
Complete thread -- Nevermind......Aptiom
Complete thread -- s/l Af-tium
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thermal
Complete thread -- bladder injury, ureteral injury, _____ injury, ureteral transection,
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- uveitis (fits with lupus)
Complete thread -- no evidence of *deveitis*. There is no evidence
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- include bowel injury, bladder injury, ureteral injury, *dermal* injury, ureteral tran
Complete thread -- a sonogram uses sound waves, so there are echoes - I think it's okay.
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- synechiae
Complete thread -- s/l seneccia
Complete thread -- markedly enlarged endometrial *echo* suspicious for endometrial
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Best I can do is "injection ______ both inferior turbinates with"
Complete thread -- No. Disregard this one.
Complete thread -- Maybe even "injection with ____ of both inferior turbinates with"
Complete thread -- I think I hear..."injection of ____ both inferior turbinates with"
Complete thread -- and after negative aspiration, injection of 1.5 mL of 1% lidocaine wit ...
Complete thread -- yours is right of course. my google was suggesting Dr. Tanya, Dr. Pandya, and so on...
Complete thread -- trying to do 5 things at once here, but if iirc, my Google autocomplete gave me the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was finding with "Tanya"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- see below
Complete thread -- cc: _____ Covington, LA ...
Complete thread -- to guy for next wav: Dr. Tania Levi
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's the catch...lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and will follow up with me
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- Will follow up with him next week.
Complete thread -- who will follow up with whom?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and an outpatient examination confirmed the presence of
Complete thread -- Turbinate hypertrophy has been refractory to topical steroid sprays in ...
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. At least I know I'm not alone here. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- oh, shucks. thought that was in the OP.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- you got it! I hear that now too
Complete thread -- hearing "pathway"
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Complete thread -- I can't make it out
Complete thread -- There is another word after that though...
Complete thread -- pneumatization
Complete thread -- Under 70-degree endoscopic guidance, dissection continued up into the ...
Complete thread -- ditto. I tried it and a couple of similars (pinr, etc.) in MediLexicon, but no go.
Complete thread -- `,,``, yw ,``,,`
Complete thread -- feel like I am ignoring, but I really just have no clue
Complete thread -- maybe you are hearing aVR (or aVL) ...google to see what they are
Complete thread -- haha...used to drink that cheap wine in high school! Thanks for the stroll
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Dr Dunn in Hammond
Complete thread -- got it.
Complete thread -- On neurologic exam, cranial nerves are s/l PIMR. TIA!
Complete thread -- He has undergone previous sinus surgery about 10 years ago by Dr. ____ ...
Complete thread -- note to pie
Complete thread -- oh, speaking of, though...
Complete thread -- man, I so don't mind missing the daytime interaction here.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- nice solve
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Complete thread -- we could have used some pie around here this morning haha
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Complete thread -- it's Shikani laryngoscope. thanks to you found in net
Complete thread -- i.e., didn't really give up on it, just will only be using it sometimes.
Complete thread -- laziness. when I'm just zooming through, don't feel like taking the time to type it.
Complete thread -- was wondering why you gave up on pie!
Complete thread -- jinx, I owe you a Pepsi!
Complete thread -- successfully brought up out of the level 2A and level 2B area, submitted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- level 2B area,
Complete thread -- brought up out of the
Complete thread -- Occipital artery was ligated. The tissue was then successfully ____ l ...
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Complete thread -- which eliminated any bleeding.
Complete thread -- Kitner's
Complete thread -- Attempt at suture repair was unsuccessful and eventually I elected to ...
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Complete thread -- a rent, a tear in the vein
Complete thread -- I tried to delicately elevate this with Kittner ____ vein was encounte ...
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Complete thread -- essentially being
Complete thread -- The internal jugular vein was significantly compressed to the point of ...
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Complete thread -- Elected to cut into the
Complete thread -- It was very difficult to dissect because of the tissue planes being ob ...
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Complete thread -- he is spelling really clearly Hikani laryngoscope..but I can't verify it
Complete thread -- It should be noted, the patient has a history of difficult intubation ...
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Complete thread -- Marginal branch of the facial nerve was identified and ____ preserved. ...
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Complete thread -- The aforementioned lymph nodes are ____ down to the internal jugular v ...
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Complete thread -- Acclarent
Complete thread -- the reventilation ?
Complete thread -- A 70-degree *sheath* of balloon dilating system from ____ was introduc ...
Complete thread -- *V2 through V4
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Complete thread -- probably means V1 through V4. I'd have to blank that, myself.
Complete thread -- 1. does not lend ... 2. ?
Complete thread -- EKG: There is no noted ST elevation in leads II through s/l 4. TIA!
Complete thread -- Unfortunately, the patient does not have a mid septal cell and anatomy ...
Complete thread -- EKG reveals ST-T changes in the s/l ee-vro and lateral leads. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- the frontal
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Complete thread -- yep. it googles fine (try: nose "back fracture")
Complete thread -- The probable frontal recess could be appreciated; however, review of t ...
Complete thread -- An infraorbital cell was noted and *back-fractured* with a double-ende ...
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Complete thread -- 1. and submitted All of the ______ portion
Complete thread -- Thick mucopurulent secretions were aspirated, ____ aerobic and anaerob ...
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Complete thread -- 5. Infraorbital cell. 6. ____ curvature of the middle turbinate. ...
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Complete thread -- ceiling?
Complete thread -- There is circumferential new bone growth within the right frontal and ...
Complete thread -- thanks! No luck. I'll flag :)
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Complete thread -- Trulicity is a GLP-1 receptor agonist (GLP=Glucagon-like Peptide-1) if that helps.
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Complete thread -- see msg - diabetes medication
Complete thread -- Grammar question...
Complete thread -- thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- but worse with activity
Complete thread -- .... in an intermittent _____ of activity.
Complete thread -- looked okay to me
Complete thread -- Why? You need some help? We'd be glad to help you.
Complete thread -- The scariest part is...someone actually PAYS you to be an MT?
Complete thread -- never mind, I had to upload
Complete thread -- are the caps done correctly here?
Complete thread -- that's so funny - I was thinking drug rehab too until I read this.
Complete thread -- no problem, I appreciate you trying and realized your mistake immediately. :)
Complete thread -- On post directly below this one, I was so off on my answer, please ignore!
Complete thread -- hey, we're cool.
Complete thread -- you are totally correct lb. I misread and did not mean to imply anything else
Complete thread -- I dont think he and his wife were both in rehab... but, i may be wrong
Complete thread -- oh I agree...totally! Was just poking fun..like *duh to me*
Complete thread -- Heaven forfend! It just means that your answer showed me how important it is to put those
Complete thread -- Gosh, I'm a horrible grammar/punctuation "girl" too, but I try my best.
Complete thread -- I think because you misunderstood the sentence (I did too until I read LB's post)
Complete thread -- does that mean you like her suggestion better? :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks - see LB's post below for clarity
Complete thread -- seems like it is missing a word or 2 "that both in rehab?" given that, (sm)
Complete thread -- looks okay to me. or:
Complete thread -- late, but i hear that too
Complete thread -- does this sentence need any more commas?
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks
Complete thread -- really??
Complete thread -- by the way, the wav did post
Complete thread -- alpha thalassemia
Complete thread -- can't get it to post s/l al suckle acemia
Complete thread -- microcytic anemia and _______, was not iron deficient
Complete thread -- Be a big girl and don't split hairs about abuse. What's say y'all shut up now.
Complete thread -- so did I (report)
Complete thread -- WTF?? Really, Darlene? WTF?? You're off your proverbial rocker here.
Complete thread -- no chit! haha
Complete thread -- Prostate Cancer...ESL
Complete thread -- She started a whole new thread specifically to abuse another helper.
Complete thread -- that would be cherry-picking, wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- child
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- omg? really?
Complete thread -- She must have thought it was *clever* to post it twice. It was like watching a psychotic
Complete thread -- OMG, I nearly spit my Pepsi on the screen. Too funny!
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- I apologize. I should have addressed to the person posting.
Complete thread -- you guys?? might want to stay out of it er...
Complete thread -- he just drug out tenosynovial
Complete thread -- I've reported this post as abusive.
Complete thread -- Seriously?? Can't you follow a post? I answered you below. hahaha
Complete thread -- Would you guys please stop that?
Complete thread -- Tried to post again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Man! I did not get that answer and turned in the report. Sigh.
Complete thread -- FOR POI -again, did you miss post nope, you didn't. Your are ill. Leave me alone. sm
Complete thread -- and for the record, I did not ask a question of you. Funny how
Complete thread -- sorry, now I hear nothing.
Complete thread -- I dunno. I was just being curious.
Complete thread -- actually billybob did that evening...I can't take the credit :)
Complete thread -- So glad you answered my previous question about the 7/7 French. I had flagged it as 757.
Complete thread -- Should be posted now. thanks
Complete thread -- wrong wav. It is talking about the 7/7 French drain
Complete thread -- WAV posted. Thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry. This was meant to be posted on the link above. :)
Complete thread -- Vf is posted now. THanks.
Complete thread -- just going with sound like ...oval?
Complete thread -- At least she has good taste in music. Lou Reed
Complete thread -- ☂then why did you just post this new attack? you don't think that is *interaction*?
Complete thread -- OMG.. i CAN'T even begin ... this whole post went into the toilet. Wtf???
Complete thread -- tenosynovial s/l oh-vah adhesions. Never heard of this. Possibly stumbling?
Complete thread -- Are you able to post a voice file, a wav or MP3
Complete thread -- Poi, Ans your post. I want no interaction with you, ever. Ten+ years leave me alone. sm
Complete thread -- Then your word order is wrong. A statement would be, "How cool that is."
Complete thread -- Nope. It wasn't.
Complete thread -- "How cool is that." Was that a question?
Complete thread -- That is true. Entertaining to watch too :)
Complete thread -- but, but, but...it's so much fun
Complete thread -- You saw through her disguise. How cool is that.
Complete thread -- No, I always feel cool and smart. Did I outwit someone?
Complete thread -- somebody just likes pot-stirring.
Complete thread -- For outwitting someone you revile?
Complete thread -- then how can we help? How could you verify any suggestions?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I feel like a genius.
Complete thread -- vicious
Complete thread -- You must feel pretty smart!
Complete thread -- Lumbar spine MRI
Complete thread -- but, but, but... why? its so much fun.
Complete thread -- me thinks you're right
Complete thread -- I saw through her disguise last night. "Why are you looking for it." confirmed it for me.
Complete thread -- so, lose your MO and leave her alone
Complete thread -- True, true. But I guess she's gonna give up her symbols anyway cuz we are all so vicious.
Complete thread -- oh, this must be Darlene. MO - name calling, personal attacks.
Complete thread -- It would be wise to not use the symbols again. Hit and run vicious ones here.
Complete thread -- Her posts are always easy to spot...they make no sense whatsoever.
Complete thread -- with all these new symbols you are learning, how about learning to use a question mark?
Complete thread -- I wanna be a
Complete thread -- I actually hope she keeps it up so we can spot her posts easily.
Complete thread -- Someone is just trying to be "one of the cool kids on the block"
Complete thread -- might be more helpful to you to post the phrases to "See" sm
Complete thread -- OK, Darlene. I thought it was you. Thanks for confirming!
Complete thread -- thanks-will listen for that
Complete thread -- curious NO, no need for hidden meanings, why are you looking for it.
Complete thread -- curious NO, no need for hidden meanings, why are you looking for it.
Complete thread -- ? translation. Diagnostic images showing the translation and subluxation
Complete thread -- MRI Lumbar spine s/l stra/a/tion
Complete thread -- does that string of symbols you're using for a name have a particular meaning?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- Bosniak III or 3
Complete thread -- To add to the mix I found however as a conjunctive adverb and to use a comma...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Humalog, Zaroxolyn
Complete thread -- part 2: that's not an interrupting/parenthetical "however."
Complete thread -- iron, Lasix, ______ and Senokot.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I use the semicolon; the "she" is implied when you're stuck *having* to use a sentence
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no semicolon, just comma since it isn't a full sentence after however.
Complete thread -- presentation.
Complete thread -- Most of his pain is through his buttocks and posterior leg. This is s ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Punctuating however middle of sentence but beginning another sentence
Complete thread -- thanks, I did that!
Complete thread -- , however, states that all of her pain "throughout my whole body" has returned.
Complete thread -- She today however states that all of her pain _____ has returned. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- well. Will not schedule any repeat..etc
Complete thread -- IMO I would edit it to a 2-month-old, ex-35+6 weeks, born etc
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- yeah. correct.
Complete thread -- DISPOSITION: Written discharge instructions were given. The patient ...
Complete thread -- not sure about spaces around plus sign in 35+6. Is it 35 + 6 or do I have it right?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Landscape contractor
Complete thread -- Social History: No alcohol. No tobacco. No drug abuse. ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- mainly
Complete thread -- He states that he stools regularly soft stools, but he has difficulty ...
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Complete thread -- Oh, you're up there. I went back to 36.0.4 because some of my add-ons weren't working.
Complete thread -- 38.0.5
Complete thread -- yeah...
Complete thread -- oops, under *Help,* About Firefox.
Complete thread -- what version of FF are you using? (under Tools, About Firefox)
Complete thread -- me too. mine used to, but it stopped. I had several different "name" lines I could
Complete thread -- in the past i must have written "this correct" in name section and it is now saved there.
Complete thread -- by just typing a single word in name section, whole name appears.
Complete thread -- that is weird it just pops up. I wish my *name* would automatically pop up.
Complete thread -- you got it. first name with an M.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
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Complete thread -- I think this colonoscopy is feasible.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "I think if"....but confirm if that fits with the rest of the sentence.
Complete thread -- She had some history of abdominal pain, which is very nonspecific. At ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "offending meniscus" ....google gives some
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Knee surgery ____ meniscus. Social Hist ...
Complete thread -- thanks. :-). His last name starts with B?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Santa Rosa
Complete thread -- Review of Systems: The patient works with ____ Memorial. He stands a ...
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Complete thread -- per him are getting worse. What (?) he describes, he for...
Complete thread -- The patient states that he has had issues with hemorrhoids for the las ...
Complete thread -- sorry. gosh this "this correct" keep popping. will try to delete it from subject line.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- He hasn't had a colonoscopy for six years
Complete thread -- not had a ("hasn't had a")
Complete thread -- Positive family history in his mother. He has ____ colonoscopy for 6 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- our shared doc, lol. I know him well (different facility in same area).
Complete thread -- ...by Dr. Larry Mazzotta; Dr. Mazzotta has since retired.
Complete thread -- The patient comes back for screening colonoscopy. Six to seven years ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- who knows me from last year. He...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 61-year-old gentleman ____ last year he had a laparos ...
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Complete thread -- wanting, repair was across the ...
Complete thread -- I found the meniscus not *wanting* to flip in the joint and repair ___ ...
Complete thread -- time crunch & noticed there was a new one up when trying to listen to last one, so... :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- *a* stable, otherwise I think okay
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of the sentence ok?
Complete thread -- whoa! gotta wait for the question! haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. there is something else also before that. also is the sentence structure ok?
Complete thread -- I could get him in (what pie said) haha
Complete thread -- I then performed an exam under anesthesia. ____ of approximately 10 d ...
Complete thread -- current wav: recurvatum (advance answer, lol)
Complete thread -- i thought it meant unnecessaary problem. didn't mean that. sorry.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I heard *secure fix*. I can only find Fast-Fix as a named Smith and Nephew
Complete thread -- that is such a funny term (to me). Not one we use much in America.
Complete thread -- IMPLANTS USED: Smith & Nephew _____ meniscal repair system ...
Complete thread -- LOL! As am I and obviously this ESL dictator.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ya. sorry for the botheration.
Complete thread -- I heard Franklin, and very common name for school. Need
Complete thread -- sophmore at Franklin High School
Complete thread -- arthropathy isn't *performed*, it is a condition. So I am conflusi
Complete thread -- got it. thanks.
Complete thread -- patient had an s/l index shoulder arthropathy performed at an outside facility TIA!
Complete thread -- wav posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like "Franklinton" but unable to find it
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I did find in the
Complete thread -- is the sentence structure correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sophomore at Franklin
Complete thread -- INDICATIONS: The patient is a 16-year-old ____ High School. ...
Complete thread -- I start working from 7 a.m. daily. Blank appeared at this point. was just surfing the net
Complete thread -- why time is it there? aren't you starting early?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blotted
Complete thread -- The wound was then irrigated with copious amounts of saline. This was ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. :)
Complete thread -- didn't mean to imply it wasn't there, just was amazed at your ability to catch it
Complete thread -- actually, pulmonary hypertension is in patient's PMH..hmmm
Complete thread -- with a ? stable environment
Complete thread -- haha. even people working in computer hardware shop, when introducing themselves to their
Complete thread -- meant longer mp3
Complete thread -- I found similar type post back to 2012. I looked every which way sm
Complete thread -- okay I have posted long wav (get on your horse!) I have taken out PH since
Complete thread -- was on my tab at that time. smileys in tab, so....
Complete thread -- ლ(ڡ`ლ)
Complete thread -- i will do that for fun...I love to solve a puzzle.
Complete thread -- and it's like an "homage" to you, lol
Complete thread -- haha...going to have to call you mmmpie
Complete thread -- dang... I can't even hear the 'pulmonary hypertension' part...
Complete thread -- I think we've already got a shared stalker, so why not just confuse 'em even more.
Complete thread -- works for me. really, yeah, any pie is awesome (but peach is my fave).
Complete thread -- though that could get confused with my moniker. Maybe pizza?
Complete thread -- how about *pie*? easy to type, short and sweet. :)
Complete thread -- suggestions welcome. kind of like "wake up and smell the pizza" instead of coffee,
Complete thread -- thanks porridge. (you need a better name) The pt is currently in
Complete thread -- ackk!!!
Complete thread -- currently stable on azathioprine 125 mg daily.
Complete thread -- oodpasture syndrome, pulmonary hypertension with a _______ environment
Complete thread -- Sending blank, but would appreciate for future reference if anyone knows
Complete thread -- Pt with hemoglobin SC disease, s/l "EALP" sm
Complete thread -- that could be a stand-in for "2 fingers," by the way.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- ✌ breathe.... ommmmmm
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I was rereading the whole book trying to find something
Complete thread -- may have missed something, but I think this is all that's really applicable
Complete thread -- Is there anything in the BOS 3 about combined forms?
Complete thread -- I *did* enjoy it. Just don't ask me what in particular plot-wise, my retention is for
Complete thread -- cool beans? just tell me where to send the license fee.
Complete thread -- I like it, but I'm not such a fan to the point where I can quote it easily.
Complete thread -- Thanks that was my thinking too. Just wanted to make sure there wasn't
Complete thread -- kinda like "vol-ret-in?
Complete thread -- Voltaren pronounced wrong?
Complete thread -- ProAir HFA p.r.n., __________, Ventolin, albuterol nebulizer p.r.n.,
Complete thread -- I just need to give him more blanks so he slows his a*s down.
Complete thread -- that's just too pitiful. that doc needs shot
Complete thread -- done..it just gets so distorted
Complete thread -- holychit, can you slow him down?
Complete thread -- I don't know. Sent to QA. Thanks.
Complete thread -- general labs?
Complete thread -- That's my question. I don't even know what either would be.
Complete thread -- Aspirin, propranolol, _________, zolpidem, azathioprine 125 mg daily, carbamazepine,
Complete thread -- but, what wound D-tabs be? I'd probably flag that.
Complete thread -- Here is the exact wording. I'm wondering if he is saying D-tabs
Complete thread -- The patient is having s/l G tabs, coagulation studies, and a urinalysis
Complete thread -- I just saw that one in one of porridge's posts - love it!
Complete thread -- \_(ツ)_/ (another fave of mine)
Complete thread --
Complete thread -- eggzactly
Complete thread -- Exactly what I thought when I read that - I thought, heyyyy, that's one of lb's sayings!
Complete thread -- I usually hear "increased uptake" in this kind of scan; can't come up with anything like
Complete thread -- ? curling, ? curving? right second toe
Complete thread -- what's it got to do with POI anyway?
Complete thread -- Gallium scan suggested increased s/l coo-ding of the right 2nd toe. sm
Complete thread -- heyyyy, cool beans is one of my sayings. :)
Complete thread -- and, since "that person" replied on a comment to D, I am guessin we're right that it was D
Complete thread -- I've always used normoreactive in that context
Complete thread -- gigglesnort
Complete thread -- ☂ darn should have sob2cop ☕
Complete thread -- are you the OP? I read "______ to be sent to Monash Pathology"
Complete thread -- are you a Seinfeld fan?
Complete thread -- heh heh
Complete thread -- POI blank was "The biopsy was sent to Monash Pathology"
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- we all know what that is now haha
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sensation is intact to light touch throughout. Reflexes are 1+ and *normal reactive*
Complete thread -- qɨr(-_-)qɨr
Complete thread -- "Monash Pathology" might google well, but it was not the question.
Complete thread -- LOL, I know his accent is so hard!
Complete thread -- pale white stools? (this is the hardest accent for me!)
Complete thread -- stutter PE? - pulmonary embolism?
Complete thread -- . A lung scan to rule out a *P E E* may be useful.
Complete thread -- He presented with a two-week history of diarrhea with ____ stools.
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for your help!
Complete thread -- Such an angry, unhappy person, so, so, sorry for your pain
Complete thread -- ☕ could use this for cooling porridge haha
Complete thread -- I hear biopsy sent to Monash Pathology, googles well
Complete thread -- Partial biopsy?
Complete thread -- had to cut and paste
Complete thread -- anyone hear "I also advised for them to be sent to Monash Pathology"?
Complete thread -- wait... maybe it is "ulcer biopsy" not also...
Complete thread -- Also, biopsy (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- I hear 'biopsy', but not sure what comes before (also?)
Complete thread -- aphthous ulceration was very nonspecific and certainly not diagnostic. ______ to be
Complete thread -- oooh - I like how that works! so how do you make your "rainbow"?
Complete thread -- OK, I thought 'bout it, D, and methinks your post is good for *nothing.*
Complete thread -- LOL
Complete thread -- haha...yeah, English is my first language
Complete thread -- ☂ you are concerned about archives?
Complete thread -- rainbow? do you mean umbrella?
Complete thread -- WAG: Master's of Science in Nursing??? My Sexy Neighbor?
Complete thread -- Yea - my double middle finger thingy didnt work either.
Complete thread -- Social History: He is MSN. What could MSN be?
Complete thread -- oh darn...that one didn't work
Complete thread -- {̷̿̿Tһ or a sniper rifle haha
Complete thread -- ☂ think I am going to use the rainbow for when a particular post is dropping garbage
Complete thread -- **like**
Complete thread -- ☕ ☻ ☹
Complete thread -- drats! It didn't work here! (its the double middle finger)
Complete thread -- So, I have the perfect one for that special someone. qɨr(-_-)qɨr
Complete thread -- Think bout it, T, OPs often return, good for archives & for others not familiar w/term
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- I'm just experimenting (from Word)... ☺ ...from unicode emoticons done as
Complete thread -- I thought maybe it was "hollow" needle, but definitely saying the sound "have."
Complete thread -- I'm going to have QA check it. I have never heard of it and this is new to me as well.
Complete thread -- I don't like BOS - :)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Havel needle according to BOS standards. No possessive apostrophe needed.
Complete thread -- but, the web site has it as Havel's
Complete thread -- New one for me, but it is documented.
Complete thread --
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Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- s/l Havel needle (see message)
Complete thread -- how did you get that happy face to post?
Complete thread -- was going to bed. 9:15 p.m. tuesday here. ☺.
Complete thread -- see below - "sending blank"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I usually hear "transition point"
Complete thread -- the time stamps on the posts are accurate, it is just the Eastern time zone.
Complete thread -- AT scan done shows distended small bowel, no transition *possible* in the right lower
Complete thread -- goodness you have a long workday, saw you last night at about 10pm sm
Complete thread -- maybe s/l bif/dif ferendins is slurring Bifidobacterium sm
Complete thread -- wow. you saw KKHH!! Great! Did you like it?
Complete thread -- reference for Sentio
Complete thread -- arms?
Complete thread -- yes, thank you very much!! :)
Complete thread -- skin rupture and he has...
Complete thread -- headaches radiating into both *gums* and down the back.
Complete thread -- There is no sign of _____.
Complete thread -- I found that as well. Thank you for taking the time to research.
Complete thread -- all I came up with was 'bifidus' but that's not enough to explain your whole s/l
Complete thread -- Looks like fun. Oh, btw, I've seen Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sending blank. Thanks to anyone who searched.
Complete thread -- sonogram ?
Complete thread -- of the biopsy and _______ were fully discussed
Complete thread -- Have a good day.
Complete thread -- ...changing probiotic brands to favor both *s/l bif/differendins* and lactobacillus
Complete thread -- oh, Gabor, I bet. I lurv them Archives. :)
Complete thread -- out of curiosity, what terms did you use in your Archives search?
Complete thread -- cool beans :)
Complete thread -- Guibor - Thanks Archives!!!
Complete thread -- not my s/l, definitely sounds like gab-or
Complete thread -- you are right - thank you :-)
Complete thread -- 2. Crawford tube ? see link
Complete thread -- i didnt think that fit, cause the def of osteotomy is cutting of bone???
Complete thread -- 1. osteotomy ? (google: dacryocystorhinostomy osteotomy)
Complete thread -- Blank #1: S/l ostenotomy..... blank #2,3: Gabor tube?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- peritomy ... relaxing
Complete thread -- A 150 degree ______ was made 2 mm posterior to limbus. ______ incisions were made
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- origins
Complete thread -- Because she has not been pregnant, I do not think this is diastasis bu ...
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Complete thread -- adequate preparation? Other blank is "localized."
Complete thread -- After _____ of the incision site, the disc space was ____ utilizing la ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It sounds like he's spelling "Sentio," but I'm not familiar with it and can't document
Complete thread -- The lower lumbar region covering the L3-L4 to L4-L5 and L5-S1 was prep ...
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Complete thread -- 1) tape, 2) past Is he saying "she" or "it"?
Complete thread -- anybody?
Complete thread -- She was then secured with ____ at the following position below the ili ...
Complete thread -- sure did hear the wav, was explaining what was meant (slang)
Complete thread -- did you hear the wav? He didn't say propha(lactic). What are you suggesting the
Complete thread -- sent that now. Thanks for the info.
Complete thread -- propha(lactic) means done as a precaution, the right side was probably the cancer
Complete thread -- mastectomy yes, but prophalactic or not don't know.
Complete thread -- ? did she have a prophalactic (mastectomy on the left) with reconstruction
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- July 2013 through September 2013. It is interesting that a
Complete thread -- These nodes were negative. She healed well and underwent chemotherapy ...
Complete thread -- yuk
Complete thread -- yeah. a cocktail of them. no limit.
Complete thread -- thanks for the additional info. Sorry, I can't figure out the blank
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sounds like he said "prophylac"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- it's a followup visit.
Complete thread -- correction - lower on the chest than the left. Sorry, I need to know procedure for blank
Complete thread -- Right implants are lower on the chest in the left. The left is the __ ...
Complete thread -- sorry. "this correct" popped automatically.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I do hear said
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. in Indications he mentioned barbed sutures.
Complete thread -- did he talk about sutures already? sounds like "said sutures", like mentioned before,
Complete thread -- The left and right sides were done in a similar fashion. After adequa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- difficulty. In the temporal area, I went down to the superifical layer of the deep...?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- 2. I did run into the barbs.
Complete thread -- The skin flaps were elevated off the SMAS without difficulty in the te ...
Complete thread -- will do that. thanks for the tip.
Complete thread -- looks like billybob posted above - check it out
Complete thread -- saying seven slash seven French.
Complete thread -- Okay. THanks. WIll flag.
Complete thread -- sure doesn't sound like a correction. Sorry, I can't verify it.
Complete thread -- wav now posted.
Complete thread -- That's what I will use. Thanks, poi. Please see again below. Thanks
Complete thread -- Drain sizes available: 7 to 19 French (1/4, 1/8, 3/16 and 3/32 inch
Complete thread -- The possibility that the tendon had?
Complete thread -- (Triceps repair) ...Then _______ tendon that had retracted too much to
Complete thread -- The first part should be 1/8-inch Hemovac. Not sure how to type 7 5 7 French though.
Complete thread -- DRAINS: One 8-inch Hemovac, 757 French. (correct as typed?)
Complete thread -- ..archives? why come to the board at all then, it's all "guessing."
Complete thread -- how's the front page different from the
Complete thread -- Ah, got it, DEXA (scan). nm
Complete thread -- I guess southern India has it the worst with temps as high as 45 degrees C. Only Arizona
Complete thread -- Gyn exam, in past medical history, "dexa" is up to date/sm
Complete thread -- likely drag signs (marks) okay
Complete thread -- agree with track (it appears in lines or tracks of bumps typically)
Complete thread -- track?
Complete thread -- rash? - although not very similar to soundalike.
Complete thread -- link .... australia hospitals, think starts with an "N"
Complete thread -- poison ivy. Pt. has multiple linear "drag" signs with vesicles on abdomen. tia nm
Complete thread -- thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- actually, no. I listened multiple times and can't figure it out if "admits to" or was
Complete thread -- nevermind, doc saying hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis. thanks nm
Complete thread -- diagnosed with "hemo-sagro-cytic" lympho. Drawing a blank with this lymphoma. tia nm
Complete thread -- any guesses
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! I looked at code but thought there might still be a "variation"! Lol
Complete thread -- he was recently admitted to ____ with some chest pain
Complete thread -- I had a severe advantage...he said it again on a different patient report.
Complete thread -- ahh - you guys both beat me to it while I was lookin up the code.
Complete thread -- I was just gonna suggest to check out the code, you beat me to it
Complete thread -- oops..that would be ICD9, not CPT
Complete thread -- cpt code 378.33 reads Cyclotropia
Complete thread -- I was actually *trying* to hear that! Maybe that's it after all.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying restrictive lung disease with marbles in his mouth
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- poi...
Complete thread -- haha..
Complete thread -- no, that one was not me (I can count)
Complete thread -- fluff to taco
Complete thread -- Thanks. The pt is being seen for hospital followup with stable respiratory
Complete thread -- I can't get it either - so it looks like we have 6 ears, 1 disease, and zero guesses?
Complete thread -- hmmmm...well that didnt help. Sorry. I can't get what disease would go with the obesity?
Complete thread -- pmh:
Complete thread -- Can't quite get it. Nothing in past history?
Complete thread -- 2. Possible chronic obstructive pulmonary disease component. 3. _________ disease
Complete thread -- exactly, and the fact the next sentence is abdomen too - No palpable masses.
Complete thread -- whoa, archives, just a lot of guessing
Complete thread -- I hear "rebound" tenderness (like helper below) NOT "bone" (he's still in the abdomen)
Complete thread -- I hear "she suffers from bone tenderness as well." (extremities he means)
Complete thread -- agree, swept from the stomach
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- got this twice "to the second
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- swept from the stomach?
Complete thread -- Well, it's "She has some rebound . . ." Sorry.
Complete thread -- She does have some rebound tenderness as well.
Complete thread -- oh boy, rushing, that is a typo and I have not reviewed yet - thanks for pointing that out
Complete thread -- She has some ____ tenderness as well. (definitely not bone though)
Complete thread -- the stent was _____. Dense material
Complete thread -- tenderness! in the right lower quadrant. Please check meaning of tinnitus
Complete thread -- At some point "Time is money" might kick in? The Archives are my first stop here...
Complete thread -- right lower quadrant. ______ bone tenderness as well.
Complete thread -- surely you jest
Complete thread -- amorphous?
Complete thread -- sorry s/l amorphis but can't document
Complete thread -- ATFL appears thickened and s/l amophis..... can't document amorphis
Complete thread -- searching the Archives above for Coban would have given you your answer.
Complete thread -- Kerlix
Complete thread -- flagged and moving on.
Complete thread -- Dressing to the left first toe consisted of antibiotic ointment, Xerof ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- _____ hyperemia of digits
Complete thread -- She left the OR for the recovery room with vital signs stable and vasc ...
Complete thread -- okie.
Complete thread -- none
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. whose picture is coming in your google doodle today?
Complete thread -- AmnioMatrix graft
Complete thread -- PROCEDURES PERFORMED: 1. Left plantar fascia release. 2. PRP inj ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- depending on the procedure, cradle could work
Complete thread -- not sure of that first one
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- cradle? ... crimped
Complete thread -- The _____ over the head of the stapes was ____ slightly to have better ...
Complete thread -- since i don't go out much from my home so i wouldn't know. it is really tough though for
Complete thread -- Yeah, I just got here so didn't even notice.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i m afraid it was answered below, couldn't find it. sorry
Complete thread -- earlier
Complete thread -- The mastoid cortical bone harvested ____ was placed under the mesh and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and fluid was drained from the middle ear.
Complete thread -- oh that. i don't know much about it as i live in Punjab, Mohali. not a metro luckily so
Complete thread -- Yes, I kept hearing about it on the news. Maybe not in his area of India.
Complete thread -- Next, the external auditory canal was cleaned out with saline. The an ...
Complete thread -- google - The death toll from the blistering heat wave in India exceeded 2,000
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i don't understand what heat wave?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. was double minded between 1 and 4
Complete thread -- 4 I think. Has your heat wave ended finally?
Complete thread -- 4 mm
Complete thread -- This was then fixed to the skin with a ____ mm titanium screw. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- earlier
Complete thread -- Next, a Synthes titanium mesh was cut into proper size and then placed ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- back?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- An Austin endolymphatic sac shunt was then placed inside the sac. A t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- if it was dictated that way, I would. All up to your account specs though.
Complete thread -- dictating dictating Meniere's disease. should i put apostrophe s or not?
Complete thread -- wav deleted. Thanks. Had to turn in.
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation. Is sentence correct? Thanks
Complete thread -- didn't think so :) ...I even slowed it down *slow it down*
Complete thread -- three strikes!
Complete thread -- 6 ears and 3 drugs...want to add your suggestion?..The mp3 is still there
Complete thread -- four ears, one drug, 6 guesses?
Complete thread -- Oops..first link was for the large,hard ..this link is for the conjunction
Complete thread -- I think there should only be a comma between large and
Complete thread -- I have one doc that used to always ask me how the dictating was going...
Complete thread -- okeydokey, I'll side with you on this one too. :)
Complete thread -- thanks to you all
Complete thread -- thanks to you all
Complete thread -- Desloratadine? (I know, I need to let it go...haha)
Complete thread -- thanks for trying taco. Going to print. Only one blank so happy with that.
Complete thread -- I'm with you, poi. Not even large, hard.
Complete thread -- I would use them, as the phrase is an interrupter prepositional phrase. (see message)
Complete thread -- drisilabrandana-tred... sorry, listened a million times; it keeps changing/eluding me.
Complete thread -- Peace to you!
Complete thread -- I'm so sorry. Thank you for letting us know. You have been and will remain in my prayers.
Complete thread -- Sorry to hear this.
Complete thread -- Sorry for your loss.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- for those of you who were praying for my pregnancy
Complete thread -- I would not use any commas at all in that sentence
Complete thread -- thanks a lo
Complete thread -- well, except for the large, hard (I'd leave that comma)
Complete thread -- I would not put any commas in there at all.
Complete thread -- the first blank sounds to me like there is dis*odine or something iodine
Complete thread -- do the commas around "after 4 or 5 days" belong there?
Complete thread -- I think you got pentoxifylline- thanks!
Complete thread -- pmh:
Complete thread -- agree that #1 s/l it's 2 meds - the 2nd of those s/l ends in "ana" (Brovana??)
Complete thread -- can't get it. Yesterday I thought #2 might be Pradaxa, but now I don't...
Complete thread -- 1st s/l 2 meds, can't get. The 2nd sounds like it starts with panto s/l ending cuts off.
Complete thread -- slowed the mp3 from yesterday down if it helps -poi-op
Complete thread -- you are right, the 1:1,000,000,000 is a ratio, 1 to 1 billion
Complete thread -- fluctuant?
Complete thread -- stye on the eye
Complete thread -- Thank you. I believe that is what he was trying to say. /nm
Complete thread -- going with VR output of 1 in a billion. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- 1 in a billion, 1:1,000,000,000 ?
Complete thread -- Oh, I've heard that too. And "dictationist," lol.
Complete thread -- better than "secretary"
Complete thread -- nevermind
Complete thread -- whole sentence?
Complete thread -- indistinctness ??
Complete thread -- I have one who calls me "operator." At least that's acknowledging I'm a human. At least.
Complete thread -- I had one call me "Dragon" once -- "...to the transcriptionist, or Dragon, or whoever..."
Complete thread -- doc opened up report by saying "Hello dictating machine, this is ...." ?? really? LOL
Complete thread -- s/l "indistinguinous"/sm
Complete thread -- poi - are you still working on this?
Complete thread -- slow it down when posting voice file
Complete thread -- yeah, this doctor tries for 2 pages in less than 2 minutes. thanks
Complete thread -- I hear: They recommend we continue IV fluid...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- posted what I heard above
Complete thread -- 1. moderate due to ... 2nd is "It is recommended continue IV fluid..." (what I heard
Complete thread -- eek...i did listen, but that was WAY too fast to even make a decent guess.
Complete thread -- thanks guys! :) will post next wav now
Complete thread -- hypertension, BPH, diabetes mellitus, hyperparathyroidism, parathyroid adenoma,
Complete thread -- hey lb! why did you skip my post?
Complete thread -- no, parathyroid adenoma is 2nd blank. nothing before diabetes
Complete thread -- parathyroidectomy is 2nd blank
Complete thread -- diabetes mellitus is right before hypoparathyroidism, might be 1 before that though
Complete thread -- multiple blanks :( first wav posted
Complete thread -- thanks a lot
Complete thread -- meds
Complete thread -- YES!!! Thank you so much, this board is wonderful :-)
Complete thread -- VePesid ?
Complete thread -- pt with pulmonary cancer given S/L depasid? 100 mg per meter square
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- 2. weights
Complete thread -- just got #2 since after being able to figure out the first one, #2 lifting weights
Complete thread -- got #1 blank... it is "exercising" :)
Complete thread -- having trouble figuring out what is being said. He likes to spell which does not
Complete thread -- #1 "his VAC", #2 "as well and" put him back on his VAC"
Complete thread -- Tis is carcinoma in situ (CIS) (see link)
Complete thread -- on cystoscopy would they say Pathological stage TIS..or should it be CIS?
Complete thread -- continue on his vac. message from the visiting nurse as well. We are going to put him
Complete thread -- to continue his VAC. Not sure about #2. "Back" needs to be "VAC."
Complete thread -- The patient needs to continue ____. I got a message from the visiting ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- enveloped by the tumor and could not be separated and therefore had...
Complete thread -- The lesion wrapped some branches of the postauricular nerve. The bran ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- was not carried up...to narrow the tarsus?
Complete thread -- All abnormal bone that was visible in the field was removed. Dissecti ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- And therefore ...
Complete thread -- contouring curette?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- area OF what would be a metopic ridge; however,
Complete thread -- _____ external outer cortical surface of the bone was biopsied using a ...
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Complete thread -- what would be in the (topic?) ridge, however...
Complete thread -- There was bony protuberance directly below this area. It was in the a ...
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Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- six digits, sixth digit.
Complete thread -- sixth digit
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bilateral duplication of ____ digit. PO ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- all-star ? (not a sports person, but don't think it should be capped unless for NBA?)
Complete thread -- He has iced it down for the last 48 hours and has not been significant ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I reminded her that ...
Complete thread -- This is certainly related to having implants in place. I will ____ th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tries to find a bathing suit...
Complete thread -- She said that she now notices that when she lies back and tries to fin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Bunion ?? (as in bunionectomy?)
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Hypertension. Past Surgical History: __ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. :-)
Complete thread -- has apparently found a new spinal... also is due in for a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The patient is coming in. She is apparently ____ surgeon. She is due ...
Complete thread -- true, I know a couple of doctors in the "lumbar business"
Complete thread -- one never knows, does one?
Complete thread -- sorry, lumber
Complete thread -- retired from "lumbar" business okay?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- a 1 cm
Complete thread -- 1 cm
Complete thread -- Heart is regular. Abdomen is soft, nontender, and nondistended. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. good night.
Complete thread -- lumbar
Complete thread -- Family History: Sister has liver problems and ALS. The patient is re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- no clots,
Complete thread -- The patient denies straining, ____, no tarry stool. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- to repair it and how
Complete thread -- Since I cannot reproduce the prolapse, I cannot tell her whether we ne ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- enlarged internal...Despite having the patient bear down,
Complete thread -- There are no enlarging internal or external hemorrhoids. ____ I could ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I had her really strain and the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- There is no prolapse noted. I had a ____ the sphincter tone appears t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- cancer of throat.
Complete thread -- I can't get it.
Complete thread -- Family History: Cancer ____ in her brother. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- that just was done, she could not tell me more details, I don't have the report
Complete thread -- No vaginal prolapse. Colonoscopy ____ was done apparently showed 8 po ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- when....This prolapse...towards the end
Complete thread -- She does not appear to prolapse ____ standing up, or straining, or lif ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- soft
Complete thread -- Speaking with the patient, she denies constipation. She has ____ bowe ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- lost and kept off her
Complete thread -- I would transcribe EGD/colonoscopy as they are 2 separate tests...sounds
Complete thread -- She ____ her excessive weight but apparently she never has a regular b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- also will need to see a.....call her insurance company,
Complete thread -- After that, an EGD colonoscopy would be feasible. The patient also *w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- and small bowel follow through ... bypass, the flow through both
Complete thread -- Before that is to be done, I would recommend an upper GI ____ to evalu ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- She has had issues...she has been like 1 drink a week for the last few months.
Complete thread -- Tobacco, 1 pack per week. Alcohol, apparently she had had issues with ...
Complete thread -- :). my all time favorite too. Kajol is looking stunning in that black saree. haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- agreed. I have this same doctor with another hospital account than guy's,
Complete thread -- actually, I would use it with a flag. I don't know how your accounts
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will check it out after work. Ah, SRK. My daughter had a big crush on him, lol.
Complete thread -- he spells Dr. Tremel, but when trying to verify the medical group,
Complete thread -- check this out. a mega blockbuster in India.
Complete thread -- :) Any more good Bollywood videos, by the way? I've enjoyed them all.
Complete thread -- But then they'll become Humanities majors instead of Bio Sci. ;)
Complete thread -- i just mailed 1 to you. if you will like this, will mail rest of them too. :)
Complete thread -- cc: ____, Petaluma at ___ Medical ...
Complete thread -- Mothers, read to your children...they may become doctors... /sm
Complete thread -- I always love a good book. Tell me your favorite and I will read one.
Complete thread -- haha. its a shame that covers of JHC novels are so obscene when they have nothing to do
Complete thread -- hehehe, busted. some cuties in the videos he posts too. :)
Complete thread -- sure. will do that. need a change sometimes anyway...
Complete thread -- check out Sidney Sheldon. He is my favorite.
Complete thread -- m a big fan of chase. really mind blowing stories and most of all his style of writing.
Complete thread -- oh...is that your excuse????hahahaha
Complete thread -- silicone (sorry, I always piecemeal my posts. One thanks is enough)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- sutures. Doyle intranasal _____ splints were
Complete thread -- :). i m reading james hadley chase novels now a days to get used to all the slangs used...
Complete thread -- I saw that where you posted below. Since I had never heard that
Complete thread -- Following this, the internal nasal incision were closed with chromic s ...
Complete thread -- haha. actually I use "do the needful" in highly informal writings...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. inferior it is..
Complete thread -- you could do the needful and flag it
Complete thread -- vomer not volar (correction to my post)
Complete thread -- dang...I knew that would happen. I almost didn't post. I was
Complete thread -- now i m confused
Complete thread -- I listened and it sounds like in-terior...hard for me to tell too,
Complete thread -- yeah, did that. may be anterior after all...
Complete thread -- double listen and double-check content for that, hard for me to tell
Complete thread -- charming! (seriously, not meant condescendingly at all)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- to account for the S-shape? (and think it's maybe anterior, not inferior?)
Complete thread -- do the needful
Complete thread -- any IPA or a lager around? (about the strongest ethanol I can or want to handle anymore)
Complete thread -- There was bilateral turbinate hypertrophy bilaterally and dislocation ...
Complete thread -- time to bust out some Strawberry Hill or MD 40/40...or maybe I should just
Complete thread -- oh the hum of an IBM Selectric and green liquid paper...the good old days *sigh* haha
Complete thread -- for me, only if I think the typo might take too much time for someone to figure out.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- carrying it out??
Complete thread -- This left an 8 cm x 5 cm defect that had to be closed in a complex pat ...
Complete thread -- oh darn...don't tell me we need to correct typos?! (sometimes
Complete thread -- qualify*
Complete thread -- crap, "porridge." Actually, need to out myself for Darlene. porridge = c k k h f a
Complete thread -- I like seeing that some of the *experts* (which you definitely quality as) here
Complete thread -- :P
Complete thread -- It's find, I love to joke around. I only hide my moniker when posting a question.
Complete thread -- p.s. meant to post under your below post.
Complete thread -- ooh, now I can search you in New Search! ;) LOL
Complete thread -- Yeah, really should practice what I preach, eh?? lol
Complete thread -- yeah, I liked the way she threw me under the bus...haha
Complete thread -- yvw. :) as if this job wasn't hard enough, eh? can't even 100% trust the references
Complete thread -- sorry, that was me...hit the enter instead of quote. I just saw
Complete thread -- fluff to porridge: sob2cop
Complete thread -- oh guyyyyy....Do people in your country "do the needful
Complete thread -- ah, it was a thread-specific flounce, I see. darn.
Complete thread -- you're very welcome. :) I'm an Old, so something like this doesn't assault my ears
Complete thread -- I have a doc friend from India who uses that phrase - you should ask Guy about it.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info!
Complete thread -- I didn't say that here, YOU did. Stop stirring the pot so much. You are unhappy, so sorry
Complete thread -- your comment made me realize I should have just checked the
Complete thread -- no, just quoting you.
Complete thread -- agree, but I've had other providers use it, so np for me.
Complete thread -- Seems we have a" copy cat" poster here, trouble maker, tst tst nm
Complete thread -- yeah, that's what I heard too..I understand what he is trying
Complete thread -- Yes, because I already had the info in my files. nm
Complete thread -- "No need to post back, I'm done here." nm
Complete thread -- you expect me to remember that? lol. maybe my new moniker will be "porridge."
Complete thread -- well, that was quick. geez.
Complete thread -- Very nice help for those not familiar. Your question NeoChord vs. neochord
Complete thread -- needful
Complete thread -- I'll believe it when I see it. I *obviously* knew that there was a brand name,
Complete thread -- I would strongly urge you to do the _______ to ensure the
Complete thread -- your question:intralipids? vs. Intralipid.use as a "generic" this way? Or should
Complete thread -- haha - I like that! We can abbreviate it SOB2COP when we need to remind each other.
Complete thread -- yw. :) I knew what you meant, just being "fluff-y." ;)
Complete thread -- Love it! Thank you :)
Complete thread -- NeoChord (DS100) vs. neochord
Complete thread -- awww. well, time to rectify that.
Complete thread -- geez, I never get thanked. *sigh*
Complete thread -- Hear, hear. It's also about time being wasted.
Complete thread -- it's not about kindness - it's about mucking up every other thread with nonsense posts...
Complete thread -- yw :)
Complete thread -- :thumbs up:
Complete thread -- wrong-o, once again. (that wasn't me, I'm above)
Complete thread -- Please do skip them, thanks. Will let you know if my moniker changes due to ISP issues.
Complete thread -- c k k h f a 'thank you once again for your kindness"
Complete thread -- oooh - will you skip *my* posts too? could you skip the whole board?
Complete thread -- I do click inside, I listen to wav, Mp3 & do search/will skip your posts ok?
Complete thread -- that one makes more sense than your original post...
Complete thread -- Yes, I'd say it's a considerable problem. The bulk of many posts' content is *inside.*
Complete thread -- yvw :)
Complete thread -- yep, I agree. :)
Complete thread -- (area; however, noted) Is way my acct preference, not to stress, not all the same way
Complete thread -- I'd give 'em "intralipids" ...
Complete thread -- ok thank you.
Complete thread -- No idea what dictator (value) referring to, so don't know if accurate, sorry
Complete thread -- IE browser,I think #8, no hovering, can't see inside of post. Problem?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- how I would do it (see inside):
Complete thread -- might consider posting more text. ABGs more than one test value,not sure how to ans. sm
Complete thread -- I would use (1) and (2) (no colon and wouldn't cap either "that" or "to")
Complete thread -- Just listened again, she's says: 7.24, 51, 89 - does that sound accurate?
Complete thread -- that should state, "with the 1 and 2 'in' it (meaning within the paragraph itself)
Complete thread -- may I ask what browser you're using? and can you see the insides of posts
Complete thread -- does this look right? was unsure with the 1 and 2, it to use caps or not and colon?
Complete thread -- hard to tell without listening. 450, 189, or 4, 50, 189 ?
Complete thread -- Intralipid trademark for sm
Complete thread -- intralipids? vs. Intralipid
Complete thread -- not. at. all.
Complete thread -- p.s. It actually appears that the *outside* of posts are being read by D./nm,
Complete thread -- How to write this? He had an ABG of four fifty one eighty nine and was placed on
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. We should just save our breath to cool our porridge.
Complete thread -- I agree, no acute "abdominal" sign. If uncomfortable, flag it.
Complete thread -- I didn't disbelieve you, esp. since I linked to where somebody had already found the
Complete thread -- thanks lb
Complete thread -- lol! thank you for your help! :)
Complete thread -- If I had to choose, I think I'd go with prodromal since he says
Complete thread -- LOL! it sounds more like he says it as "prodromatal sign" but google changes it to
Complete thread -- I could hear that if I tried, but the "ominal" part sounds fairly clear
Complete thread -- I was not sure if I was hearing "prodromal sign"
Complete thread -- I think he is changing his mind: foul smell to the diarrhea, so covering
Complete thread -- unsure if hearing correctly
Complete thread -- =D
Complete thread -- I'd rearrange to "Muscle strength 5/5" and that way it isnt adding words.
Complete thread -- Hustead ?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l skin element cyst
Complete thread -- QA, in my opinion, does what they want to. I ignore the petty stuff. In fact, I ignore
Complete thread -- might be okay. SM (also, see link)
Complete thread -- glad it is not just me. I do not understand. I am not sure if QA is skittish of a semi
Complete thread -- Finishing.....not be too high?
Complete thread -- I agree with you on the semicolon. I'd not put that into 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- Would the value 6455 not be too h
Complete thread -- can someone explain why QA always wants a period prior to the word however and does
Complete thread -- Oh. Thank you. It was truly BNP
Complete thread -- had to flag and run. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- posted mp3 - Most likely this represents a ________cyst.
Complete thread -- no. BMP is a group of tests. check BNP.
Complete thread -- subcutaneous mass most liklye represents a *skin-ela-man cyst*
Complete thread -- was it "used an?"
Complete thread -- typed correct: BMP equal to 6455.
Complete thread -- got it figured out. thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is that the name of the needle? Houston?
Complete thread -- Or another possibility could be
Complete thread -- Seems okay to use -1.5 ....see link
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like doc might be saying ...Recent uric
Complete thread -- OP message (last in thread)- maybe something like HECS
Complete thread -- thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- recent uric acid level done at goal of less than 6 equal to 5.8. Is this correct? Thx
Complete thread -- my sugggestion (sm)
Complete thread -- Lowest T score negative 1.5. or: Lowest T-score -1.5?
Complete thread -- Sorry, hit Enter prematurely. Is punctuation correct as is? Thanks
Complete thread -- Is oy
Complete thread -- that isn't what OP said - she said "ks" or "x" sound AT THE END
Complete thread -- uncontrolled diabetes, _insulin_____ sliding scale
Complete thread -- sounded more what OP said "X" community etc
Complete thread -- full stop...mumble, mumble, full stop. Does that help? haha... It really is bad.
Complete thread -- the wav sounded like hicks or hix - if that helps you to find something.
Complete thread -- terrible under water sound I'd flag it
Complete thread -- anyone hear what comes after restricted mobility?
Complete thread -- maybe X community recommendation means dictator reluctant to ID who/or the area location
Complete thread -- maybe it is anterior end of the uterus...
Complete thread -- of restricted mobility
Complete thread -- ________ The uterus was found to be restricted??
Complete thread -- (???and anterior ??? was found to be of restricted ability. __________
Complete thread -- thanks again, poi!
Complete thread -- good point. That makes sense. I was scratching my head about that one.
Complete thread -- yes proBNP blood test for heart failure (wav already gone)
Complete thread -- I was pretty sure on that one though. There is a period after throughout, right?
Complete thread -- Thanks again, poi.
Complete thread -- tenderness to palpation throughout normal range of motion.
Complete thread -- tenderness to palpation. ____ normal range of motion.
Complete thread -- In my opinion not since the work 'of' is dictated
Complete thread -- I sure hear "SI" sinus as in sinus tract
Complete thread -- exercise-type of routine - is hyphen needed??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would just add a word or two...There is 5/5 muscle strength.
Complete thread -- you are right. I was in a hurry to go to bed so did a cut/paste. Thanks for noting that.
Complete thread -- . Five out of 5 muscle strength. Looks all right this way? Thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it! Thank you, poi! Thanks to all other too. :)
Complete thread -- I think poi has it, spinous.
Complete thread -- spinous?
Complete thread -- I really can't tell what she said, sorry.
Complete thread -- Wav posted now. Thanks. I can try to get it a little clearer if this is hard to hear.
Complete thread -- another possibilty, sciatic notch
Complete thread -- Any chance it's ASIS (anterior superior iliac spine), which would make more
Complete thread -- Rheumatology exam. Would sinus make sense here? (perhaps sinus tarsi?)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- "normal anion gap, not __considered (?) with DKA, I'm sorry" I'm not sure what the "I'm
Complete thread -- QME=qualified medical examiner..see link
Complete thread -- will listen again
Complete thread -- Coreg, uncontrolled diabetes, ______ sliding scale, renal failure.
Complete thread -- are you sure it's not increased risk for infection? It "sounds" like that to me.
Complete thread -- check out the screenshot
Complete thread -- Thanks. I m using fourth edition of sted. medical & surgical equipment words.
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- sounds like pungrent pongret
Complete thread -- s/l in/tree
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- appears correct, see quote.
Complete thread -- Yes - see below
Complete thread -- on Eliquis
Complete thread -- history of A-fib _______, indwelling suprapubic
Complete thread -- history of V-tach *storm. *
Complete thread -- See link inside
Complete thread -- I personally wouldn't cap the "nasal elevator" part, though.
Complete thread -- poi's right. dictator spelling is notoriously bad, and you've apparently discovered
Complete thread -- thanks, good suggestion. I'm blanking, still hearing a "ks" or "x" sound at the end.
Complete thread -- he is spelling it out and it is in stedman also
Complete thread -- Boies Nasal Elevator (not Boise)
Complete thread -- HAPs?? (Hospital-acquired pneumonia)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- same site on the left side. 2. straightened
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- The procedure was repeated on ____ on the left side. The nasal dorsum ...
Complete thread -- or the left nostril?
Complete thread -- MP3. He is not on any further antibiotics because of ____ community recommendations.
Complete thread -- Since that time, he has had an S-shaped nasal septal deformity and has ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- car in Palm Desert ...several bags in his hands,...as he stepped out of his car
Complete thread -- Approximately 2 weeks later, the patient was getting out ____ and had ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- based on the rest of the questions posted, this was HEAD :)
Complete thread -- nortriptyline
Complete thread -- Recommendations: 1. MRI of the cervical spine which has not previou ...
Complete thread -- we have it as per samples.
Complete thread -- Maybe I misunderstood your question. Do you usually have a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- hyphenate long-term memory
Complete thread -- oriented in all three spheres
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- yeah. fortunately, this is the only one i got today of this dictator.
Complete thread -- should i make different para for Memory?
Complete thread -- I hate typing QME reports....they are usually so long!
Complete thread -- reflexes are ALL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- reactive
Complete thread -- Neurological exam: Reflexes are 2/4+ ____ and symmetrical. Sensory i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- correction of my muscle to muscles
Complete thread -- levator scapulae .... upper trapezius muscle
Complete thread -- Cervical Examination: On inspection, there is no evidence of any lesi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Cervical examination (as in spine)
Complete thread -- he is M.D. Q.M.E., whatever that means...
Complete thread -- Eyes: Pupils are equal and reactive to light and accommodation. Conj ...
Complete thread -- this guy has weird phrasing...that is why I asked if a doctor.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "Heart in simulation" ????
Complete thread -- insufflation
Complete thread -- it sounds like
Complete thread -- I can't figure out the first blank
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for the correction.
Complete thread -- no evidence of any murmur, chest pain, or heart failure.
Complete thread -- Heart ____ revealed no evidence of any malignant chest pain or heart _ ...
Complete thread -- M.D., QME
Complete thread -- just curious...is this dictator a doctor or a PA/FNP
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- blood?
Complete thread -- The patient has no pain with deep breathing and has no persistent coug ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- red and blurry vision ....on the right side
Complete thread -- The patient states that he has ____ and blurry vision and eye pain ___ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Honduras
Complete thread -- The patient was born in ____ and educated in United States to the 10th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would assume he is being lazy and doesn't want to back up and I would
Complete thread -- 2 contradictory statements.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- actually thought he had a severe
Complete thread -- He also received an injection of Rocephin and ____ allergic reaction w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- head makes more sense and sounds similar....the rest of the
Complete thread -- He was attempting to move a fan and it fell forward *pinning him on hi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- roasts almonds
Complete thread -- is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- :like:
Complete thread -- JLA Medical Interpreting, Fresno CA
Complete thread -- Desulfurella acetivorans
Complete thread -- Fresno, I think
Complete thread -- what is the city/state?
Complete thread -- He was found to have s/l delfidia acetovirans in blood
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- The patient is a Hispanic male who we have seen with an interpreter fr ...
Complete thread -- I hear Adjuster: Any attorney ( as in there is an option) nm
Complete thread -- oops, didn't see "wav"
Complete thread -- I guess it would be N/A
Complete thread -- looks like you got it, didn't find esquire tho link
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- wonder if saying NA as in "not available"
Complete thread -- Adjuster: ____ Attorney: *Offices of Fari Rezai, Esquire* ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sierra Food Group Inc
Complete thread -- Employer: ____ ...
Complete thread -- unable so far to find s/l cell tic (probably cell is in their sm may see something
Complete thread -- ckkhfa I thought I had read all the posts??? Thanks for your kindness. nm
Complete thread -- unable to find mention of inhibitor so far, usually listed like so sm
Complete thread -- my thought too. You (OP) had posted the correct answer 2 hours ago.
Complete thread -- if you'd read all the posts first, you wouldn't waste so much of your or our time. thanks
Complete thread -- best option is transplantation if HLA antigen s/l cell-tic match is found. TIA!
Complete thread -- Flex stem sm
Complete thread -- ah, sorry, confusing, more context was needed. Guess that's the implant, not the spacer.
Complete thread -- :) thanks, though! nm
Complete thread -- p.s. VR put "flex stem"
Complete thread -- s/l flexstem, flexstim? shoulder arthroplasty with placement of antibiotic spacer
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- wag: inhibitor ? ("in-hee-bee-tor" ? ESL?)
Complete thread -- Patient was on sphingosine receptor s/l in-kee-tor fingolimod. TIA!
Complete thread -- can you throw an "of" in between chondromalacia and trochlear?
Complete thread -- I've run across that too, but a lot of times I feel like it's more self-consciousness,
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- Is comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Much more fun when 1 tries to talk quietly so as to not drown out the other.
Complete thread -- I don't get annoyed. I just send it back and say so sorry, you'll have
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- twinging probably
Complete thread -- isn't it so much fun when 2 dictators are side by side and trying to drown the other
Complete thread -- crap, late as usual
Complete thread -- Vannas ?
Complete thread -- Found it, Vannas scissors. /nm
Complete thread -- Cataract surgery, s/l Venice scissors, sm
Complete thread -- LOL! I know, thought it was funny that he admitted he was stealing the neighbor's flowers
Complete thread -- that was a pretty funny HPI, but aww -- poor old man!
Complete thread -- that was a pretty funny HPI, but aww -- poor old man!
Complete thread -- The link gave contact number Call us Toll Free: 888) 228-8646
Complete thread -- could not help but giggle at this
Complete thread -- I see it as IC status but don't see pay rates other than based on experience.
Complete thread -- Moot point now, but wonder if the "La" on the last name came rolling off the "le" at the
Complete thread -- Ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
Complete thread -- I gave up.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I was at that one. Found another one.
Complete thread -- But, my "rule" is look 3 places and not spend more than 10 minutes looking or flag.
Complete thread -- If you have some time... you can scroll thru this list (See Link)
Complete thread -- I certainly agree with Q.
Complete thread -- Need a name for a social worker - First name Michelle - 1 or 2 l's. No idea
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would just to be on the safe side. BJMO
Complete thread -- She is on valsartan HCT 80/12.5 mg daily. The patient is on ramipril 10 mg daily.
Complete thread -- The posting is on MTStars.com forum. Link for contact sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- see links
Complete thread -- I'd do it as 65/30 - but SM
Complete thread -- Pulmonary hypertension -
Complete thread -- I just checked out their page and can't even find where you could apply or even ask about
Complete thread -- Just saw this MTgem, hurry hurry a whooping 2 cents a line offered..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sharknado
Complete thread -- Can't get it, s/l "against the" and 2nd listen "into the" - ?
Complete thread -- LOL ^^yea, that^^
Complete thread -- Google pinging pain -
Complete thread -- looking further and I pinging pain does Google
Complete thread -- s/l pin/ging pain
Complete thread -- aha! Thank you b k l o l i!
Complete thread -- suppressed
Complete thread -- was able to be brought down _______ scrotum, but it did not
Complete thread -- I know. This is stat. I am going crazy. thanks
Complete thread -- her viral load is not completely ____ with a log of 92 IU/mL.
Complete thread -- too much background noise
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- also requiring a C-section ____ and now approximately
Complete thread -- secured "to" dartos tissue
Complete thread -- A subdartos pouch
Complete thread -- No need to apologize. Sorry I posted over yours.
Complete thread -- sorry, you can post now, I got my answer
Complete thread -- got it, mucoid degeneration, thanks!
Complete thread -- everyone still on holiday? or care to venture a guess? :)
Complete thread -- The cord was straight. _____ was created,
Complete thread -- I reposted my wav, thanks :)
Complete thread -- was able to be brought down _______ scrotum
Complete thread -- and _____ degeneration without tear of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus
Complete thread -- drug s/l too frin
Complete thread -- Ty. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- changes in hair and skin,
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- or: vesical peritoneum
Complete thread -- vesicoperitoneum biopsy, left...
Complete thread -- the specimen on the biopsies _______I'm guessing UR are adjusting report format
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- paravesical
Complete thread -- biopsy forceps, right ________peritoneal biopsy
Complete thread -- Specimens: Pelvic washing, _______ peritoneal biopsy, left
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- found on 2D imaging
Complete thread -- also: but otherwise normal-appearing tubes and ovaries
Complete thread -- fibroid, some studding of (at?) the uterus serosa. Studding of the tubes
Complete thread -- studying at the uterus _______. Studying of the tubes
Complete thread -- Ruptured disk in neck. There is a *bur-tik* entrance.
Complete thread -- unknown origin ______
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- unless pt. has pica and enjoys eating wood, metal and plastic products. :-)
Complete thread -- denoting?
Complete thread -- Due to ongoing symptoms, the patient was considered for arthroscopic m ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- It did not change the relative postion...
Complete thread -- These were done to help tighten the inferior pole and allow for better ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- way back on the sweets as she has..
Complete thread -- Return in 6 weeks and continue to cut ____ sweets *as* she has done so ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- flavored
Complete thread -- She drinks a gallon of water daily. She drinks coffee with half and h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- billybob makes sense
Complete thread -- sounds like pair with, prepare with,...neither make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- care with
Complete thread -- Continue exercise, good protein, vegetables, fruit, and she needs to d ...
Complete thread -- yea. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- should lattice be lettuce?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- chayote ?
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are ____, carrots, cabbage, lattice, kale, salad with R ...
Complete thread -- diets?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dropped down to
Complete thread -- She drinks an English breakfast tea. She has ____ 1 Coca Cola every o ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- dyes? dice? doesn't really make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- Articles on Hewitt diet, stevia, ____, and vegetables. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- Sweet'N Low
Complete thread -- She has coffee with milk and ____. ...
Complete thread -- He has had previous intrathecal morphine and Dilaudid test doses which ...
Complete thread -- Upon entrance to the shoulder, moderate synovitis, obvious fraying and ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rotator cuff tear, superior labral tear, impin ...
Complete thread -- i am hearing "good watertight seal"
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- amount of _______?
Complete thread -- It overall looked good and stable to range of motion here. I placed t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- tenderness to palpation here at the AC joint
Complete thread -- No formal Mumford was performed. He had minimal ____ here of the AC j ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- in the shoulder,
Complete thread -- He had significant fraying and significant arthritic changes ____ grad ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a very simple"
Complete thread -- Shoulder dislocation, massive cuff tear, likely teres minor, biceps te ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- it was a good guess, I hear it now.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. just gusessing
Complete thread -- ahhh...very good
Complete thread -- can't get the blank
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be "found to have full range of motion, but had an effusion in the
Complete thread -- _______ effusion in the
Complete thread -- Once this was done, the patient had exam under anesthesia and found to ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot
Complete thread -- actually after more listens, I think he is saying "but a meniscus tear"
Complete thread -- it is either "but no" or "but a" hard to tell for sure. Hope the report
Complete thread -- do you know what surgery is being planned? I think he is saying "but no meniscus tear"
Complete thread -- The patient is a 75-year-old female with moderate arthritic changes on ...
Complete thread -- multinodular goiter=form of thyroid tuberculosis so guessing BGMC is a drug? sm
Complete thread -- it was my guess too (after I saw it) haha
Complete thread -- there is no sentence inside.
Complete thread -- Moving on
Complete thread -- multinodular goiter on prior therapy with propylthiouracil ever since BGMC
Complete thread -- Lab tests
Complete thread -- my guess too
Complete thread -- s/l She-hins maneuver
Complete thread -- PIH? (pregnancy-induced hypertension)
Complete thread -- physical?
Complete thread -- The "PA" or "PH" symptoms of right upper quadrant pain and headaches..sm ti
Complete thread -- vitrectomy. nm
Complete thread -- patient himself had *vachectomy* of his eye a couple of times,
Complete thread -- Definitely hard to hear, took me at least 15 tries before I could
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- agree, can hear it NOW since you said it, "smile"
Complete thread -- She tends toward constipation
Complete thread -- She has _________ constipation, but that is a longstanding problem.
Complete thread -- this is a bit out of his norm but wanted to double check
Complete thread -- agree, but some docs dictate weird.
Complete thread -- or maybe he had a stricture at some point? "level of the stricture" ?
Complete thread -- doc is all over this PE-don't think HEENT goes with his sentence
Complete thread -- you've never heard the word "smile" before? Where are you from, darlene?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- some to prefer the diagnosis of lobular hemangioma (Figure 5).
Complete thread -- guess I should have read your entire post - seems you found that already
Complete thread -- capillary?
Complete thread -- The patient is
Complete thread -- I think restricture/restriction of appetite ok They make periodic adjustments sm
Complete thread -- Could he be saying "promontory" ?
Complete thread -- Perhaps he's trying to say "restriction of appetite"
Complete thread -- s/l restricture of appetite....sm
Complete thread -- maybe try the MP3 next time if have difficulty posting wav
Complete thread -- ahh, lemme write that one down, learned a new word "smile"
Complete thread -- thanks to all
Complete thread -- intrapelvic left, diagnosis adnexal simple cyst
Complete thread -- ? azaztolin, Astelin (azelastine) is an antihistamine
Complete thread -- maybe first one Astelin
Complete thread -- agree since glaucoma on list
Complete thread -- I think zaladin sounds like Xalatan (eye drops)
Complete thread -- help with two drugs, please
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Complete thread -- okay-thanks
Complete thread -- Stenosis is a different entity altogether. No one is talking about stenosis.
Complete thread -- found that too, just can't find that brand name in the US?
Complete thread -- I can find Pulmovent (albuterol sulfate/guaifenesin) but only got 3710 hits on google.
Complete thread -- Pulmovent is acetylcysteine
Complete thread -- relev
Complete thread -- Pulmovent
Complete thread -- ESL doc, s/l call-mentory sm pls
Complete thread -- s/l rell-ah-vay (see context)
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- Wonder if U R hearing "sinus tarsi injection"
Complete thread -- Left ankle pain. Received a s/l sign-us-tray-chia injection.
Complete thread -- MRI low back and SI joints
Complete thread -- I am not sure why it won't post. Flagging it.
Complete thread -- I dont hear it either
Complete thread -- sorry - still getting nothing
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- regurgitation is backward blood flow, stenosis is a narrowing of
Complete thread -- If able to pull up pt chart, hunt for CTs the blank is likely mentioned in final dx
Complete thread -- can't get it. showed some_____able(s/l on end) mass effect
Complete thread -- no intracranial mass effect - (not sure about the word "some" - slur maybe?)
Complete thread -- might double check, relisten on Lasix dose ?? 420 mg daily. sm
Complete thread -- no mp3 there?
Complete thread -- costophrenic angle, ______ could be atelectasis
Complete thread -- hard to know what is going on. If clear, I'd go 2,9,1 or flag for QA sm
Complete thread -- the brain showed some _______ mass effect white matter
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Complete thread -- med s/l cilia huffs
Complete thread -- I don't suppose there is any way he is saying "quinine and one injection" ??
Complete thread -- can't get it " by using a syringe "the patient" all I could get
Complete thread -- flooding (back pain)=prolonged exposure. Old wav still there for me
Complete thread -- I believe you mean intractable back pain
Complete thread -- by using a syringe application?
Complete thread -- waning episodes with *flooding*. He ambulates
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- out by using a syringe _____. Therefore, she got mild sedation
Complete thread -- I cannot exclude labral pathology. I recommended that we give him s/l
Complete thread -- so well in fact that he was...
Complete thread -- The patient has a ____ left cubital tunnel release. He was doing well ...
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Complete thread -- extend?
Complete thread -- Based on findings on MRI, it is still somewhat difficult for me to tel ...
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Complete thread -- cored.
Complete thread -- It was close to the pectoralis major muscle in the right breast around ...
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Complete thread -- tell
Complete thread -- This was somewhat raised and looked a little verrucous, possibly like ...
Complete thread -- took some time and reviewed the article more. I now understand your
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Complete thread -- some generalized?
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the joint revealed the medial meniscus tear involving th ...
Complete thread -- great pretender?? You really need to stop name calling (soooo grade school) Maybe
Complete thread -- BULL, after all these years, I know how you work, stop. No interaction,. Great pretender
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Complete thread -- 40% of the
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Thickened medial plica. 2. Tear of t ...
Complete thread -- No problem, I found it by googling directly.
Complete thread -- so weird! still did not work. Try this one, third hit down.
Complete thread -- my link did not post correctly. I was wondering where the
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Complete thread -- I think I hear..."leaving"
Complete thread -- fascia, leaving
Complete thread -- typo...s/b "but on further reflection" not 'of'
Complete thread -- I proceeded doing the lower abdominal horizontal dermatolipectomy firs ...
Complete thread -- Just wondered since it was exam done at the time of
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Complete thread -- he just misspoke fluid (said fluent and then corrected to fluid)
Complete thread -- I began the operation by injecting tumescent fluid. To make the tumes ...
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Complete thread -- theatre or theater (theatre has more google hits)
Complete thread -- The patient was brought into the operating room ____ placed supine on ...
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Complete thread -- ugly
Complete thread -- The patient understands that possible and likely risks of this operati ...
Complete thread -- hear the wav I mean
Complete thread -- I did hear the link and thought I verified it with this link, page 4
Complete thread -- also see link #2
Complete thread -- I did not hear the WAV, but wonder if it was 2B Lachman..see link
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Complete thread -- it sure sounds like straight back to me.
Complete thread -- can it be "new set back"?
Complete thread -- yes to taut....your blank sounds like "straight back", but I can't verify anything.
Complete thread -- I probed the ACL and found it to be *taut*. Both screws were well emb ...
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Complete thread -- 2D Lachman
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Complete thread -- A time-out was performed and preoperative antibiotics were given. I th ...
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