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Complete thread -- Okay, now I have...many references to this on the internet.
Complete thread -- get get a better s/l that's why. Frequently end up not like original s/l at all
Complete thread -- s/l fih-gurp is likely "pickup/pickups SM *** (instrument) link on sample MT reports
Complete thread -- maybe. sorry took so long to answer, long day. thx! I'm at home now, diff addy
Complete thread -- for a significant blood pressure response?
Complete thread -- I meant to say I have never heard of pneumonia pathway...
Complete thread -- Salter-Harris fxs are Roman, not arabic. Salter II
Complete thread -- next two weeks for his __________ blood pressure response
Complete thread -- flagged ...
Complete thread -- nail bed injury AND A laceration (not of the)
Complete thread -- uterus
Complete thread -- pathway?
Complete thread -- wow, that was good. I listened 3 times but with the background noise and Speedy Gonzalez
Complete thread -- Had a coworker listen. She heard "pathway," which I could hear too. Thanks!
Complete thread -- lol, thx :) ...
Complete thread -- Another WAG: joint?
Complete thread -- trainwreck IMO, but I'd add just 1 more comma after "times,"
Complete thread -- She received numerous investigations including a plain CT scan, a lumb ...
Complete thread -- or repeat x-ray?
Complete thread -- cystic (as in cystic duct, cystic artery?)
Complete thread -- dirty?
Complete thread -- Total long shot I think s.m. pls.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- will be monitored for the development of CHF
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- will flag
Complete thread -- meaning, maybe, its been a while since the stent was put in, but continue the Plavix?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added again not sure what happened
Complete thread -- nothing there
Complete thread -- FFP (fresh frozen plasma)
Complete thread -- The anterior and posterior *sss triangle plates* were opened and Calot's triangle was
Complete thread -- i think this is right
Complete thread -- him on Plavix as his stent *is a little further out* and he continues to have bleedin
Complete thread -- He will be monitored for the __________ CHF, although this has
Complete thread -- Give 2 units of ________ now.
Complete thread -- does anyone hear keen to cure the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- A *fih-gurp* was used to pick up the peritoneum, and the peritoneum was entered...
Complete thread -- s/l central cause
Complete thread -- yes, I think "keen to the diagnosis" is correct
Complete thread -- WAG...AP and lateral x-ray?
Complete thread -- _?_ the diagnosis
Complete thread -- You guys are great! Now if only this doc would learn to speak just a tad slower....
Complete thread -- lack of response to Nexium, we can stop it now and she is keen to ____ rather than do
Complete thread -- Pt with pneumonia. Plan: Admit. Pneumonia s/l pat er ray. sm
Complete thread -- and performed reduction maneuver with improvement
Complete thread -- 2nd blank today and molded it with a fair amount of force
Complete thread -- 2nd Blank: ...and molded it with...
Complete thread -- 1st Blank: ...looks to be a Salter 2...
Complete thread -- ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thrush
Complete thread -- ^^^
Complete thread -- ER. Lab was sent from the...
Complete thread -- Joel-Cohen
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel incision should be made in a curvilinear fashion approximately 2
Complete thread -- listen for ataxia
Complete thread -- pericardial effusion - not bradycardial
Complete thread -- s/l Jill Cohen fashion ? (C-section)
Complete thread -- not sure, but the end of the sentence is "gait imbalance."
Complete thread -- home care assistance as still the patient is having problem __________ and gait. The
Complete thread -- unresponsive, got intubated in the ER, __________ from the emergency room
Complete thread -- esophageal something. s/l acid but not really.
Complete thread -- biopsies showed mild gastritis. She had _____ and was treated with lozenges but that
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- make sense
Complete thread -- but that wouldn't sense so nm
Complete thread -- s/l 21.6 ounce(s)? 21 "point" 6
Complete thread -- cautery and suction?
Complete thread -- She presente(d) not (s) is the only thing I'd change. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- does this make sense to anyone? If not, what would you change?
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "missed"
Complete thread -- There is no history to suggest any *myths* Hirschsprung's disease
Complete thread -- that is EXACTLY what he says - THANK YOU! nm
Complete thread -- mirror image incision
Complete thread -- Breast carcinoma resection - sl maryminchin incision... sm
Complete thread -- O M G
Complete thread -- good thinking
Complete thread -- note: particularLY
Complete thread -- elevaTION, fyi
Complete thread -- diuresis: listen for aldactone
Complete thread -- location of neuroma, please
Complete thread -- (why?)
Complete thread -- ounce(s)
Complete thread -- go back & relisten maybe better s/l. Assuming acoutic neuroma thingeee
Complete thread -- hint for next time how to find "drug endings" sm & link to save
Complete thread -- Cautery ______ with Bovie gave good hemostasis.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops and thanks
Complete thread -- 21- (maybe some kind of liquor?) 6 something week
Complete thread -- alcohol use is 21 _____ a week, has 36 cans of beer per week and last beer two weeks
Complete thread -- to test full strength to confrontation.
Complete thread -- difficult to elicit (not illicit).
Complete thread -- She is not following commands _____ to confrontation
Complete thread -- Patient needs therapy for s/l squa-ba-sized desensitization. Had neuroma resection.
Complete thread -- She is not following commands *to test full strength* to confrontation.
Complete thread -- I did, thanks.
Complete thread -- I would use calves
Complete thread -- Was thinking maybe dendate, but that is around the teeth
Complete thread -- Facial complex?
Complete thread -- calfs or calves?
Complete thread -- there is a "skin rake" retractor.
Complete thread -- i believe it was The Kolbel retractor, FYI
Complete thread -- found Kolbel retractor, but what comes before it, tree, three ?
Complete thread -- or maybe s/l tree colt barrel ?
Complete thread -- s/l pre cold barrel retractor ? (shoulder hemiarthroplasty)
Complete thread -- Maybe something on this list might sound like it when you look at it & listen to dictation
Complete thread -- the patients attends s/l bronica high school in nj
Complete thread -- The patient presents for evaluation of a mass on the back of the
Complete thread -- flagged. look like nobody is around at this point of time. ...
Complete thread -- Yes, it was periorbital. Thanks!
Complete thread -- The patient developed a large pannus after surgery, currently _____ kg ...
Complete thread -- I will listen to it again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Is part of it rivaroxaban (Xarelto)?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- 15 mg
Complete thread -- WAV. diltiazem dose, patient presenting to the ER in rapid tachycardia
Complete thread -- sure it wasn't periorbital region?
Complete thread -- flagged ...
Complete thread -- The cord structures were identified, as well as the superficial epigas ...
Complete thread -- We have already given s/l*eldactor baxbom* and gentle diuresis
Complete thread -- PLEASE HELP ...
Complete thread -- not sure what u mean ...
Complete thread -- It did matter, for Nelson, a road construction company.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!! ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I don't know which he's talking about. I'll flag for the doc.
Complete thread -- This is out of Houlton Maine if that matters.
Complete thread -- wav file. I thought I knew a lot about road construction.
Complete thread -- Duh. Yes, that's what he's in for. Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- STEMI is ST-elevated myocardial infarction
Complete thread -- sorry, the way you posted, it sounded like to disregard like you had the answer.
Complete thread -- Patient with "STIMI" status post cataract surgery 2 days ago?? thanks!
Complete thread -- on meds, I'm 99.99% sure you start out with the zero on
Complete thread -- glycohemoglobin, not sure if that is the right abbreviation or not.
Complete thread -- (usually mouth, ears don't usually swell)
Complete thread -- are we talking about the mouth or the ears?
Complete thread -- periaural or perioral?
Complete thread -- Does this look right?
Complete thread -- like this...
Complete thread -- ****HELP***** ...
Complete thread -- drugs/spelling and right combinations???
Complete thread -- no---Has a rash, did use the Lodine 500 for five to six days. When she ...
Complete thread -- did she stop using it because she ran out? Did they dictate the period?
Complete thread -- this does not sound right, please help
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- not a clue. If I find out, I'll post.
Complete thread -- what was the word, just for the rest of us and archives?
Complete thread -- divot space? ...not sure that makes sense, but...
Complete thread -- may produce, as explained to the patient, some sm
Complete thread -- nerves were taken __________ along the upper arm.
Complete thread -- s/l debit space
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- disregard
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- infoldings, infolding
Complete thread -- infoldings?
Complete thread -- back as ______ on ultrasound DAB and this frond-like _______ was suggestive
Complete thread -- listen for "asthma or GERD"
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping.
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out. It was silent GERD
Complete thread -- Right breast 6 oíclock frond-like _________ ultrasound vacuum-assisted biopsy
Complete thread -- with the s/l sinrakes in place and a trach hook in place, a #8 Shiley
Complete thread -- something and GERD
Complete thread -- I sure agree with this post (Thu Mar 21 15:13:51 2013) yep you are taking the whole risk
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "falen-gerd
Complete thread -- Mild hypernatremia secondary to ___metabolic acidosis sm
Complete thread -- google.com presence of EGFR ALP2 mutation.
Complete thread -- thanks...
Complete thread -- I just do not understand "myofascial" in this context or facial in a cranial nerve
Complete thread -- space between 91 and mg% (but MRI doesn't make a lot of sense in this sense)
Complete thread -- sorry, discogenic...and sorry for the double post. he's just stumbling and stuttering all
Complete thread -- s/l lumbar mygalia disogenic? stumbled and stuttered very badly?
Complete thread -- s/l lumbar mygalia disogenic? stumbled and stuttered very badly?
Complete thread -- If he spelled it that way, he is obviously wrong.
Complete thread -- I'll relisten. Thanks for the suggestion!
Complete thread -- could be slush?
Complete thread -- metaphor 5 mg a day.
Complete thread -- ...at which point *flush* was also placed around the kidney to cool the kidney...
Complete thread -- Please help with WAV
Complete thread -- Must be something like a chem-8? I have not heard of a G8, though.
Complete thread -- S/L G8. Patient in trauma bay and they are obtaining a blood test. (see message)
Complete thread -- Quite clear, youre right, he probably meant foraminal narrowing
Complete thread -- portacaval?
Complete thread -- ALK2
Complete thread -- no. (!) Listen for narrowing (or foraminal narrowing)
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- severe bilateral "foramening" would you give it to him or should I flag
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l Potts two caval
Complete thread -- Oh, just occurred to me: bearing.
Complete thread -- definitive course of radiation therapy to the cervical lymph node *bare-ling* area...
Complete thread -- to be motivated (no "more")
Complete thread -- The patient appears to be more __________ to be treated with chemotherapy
Complete thread -- s/l ALP2?
Complete thread -- yes, you are right! Thank you sm!
Complete thread -- did it sound like FAY-shel or FASH-el
Complete thread -- listen for...
Complete thread -- Mild hypernatremia secondary to _______ metabolic acidosis.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- facial for the tics
Complete thread -- Well, it's not pretty, but I can't think of a way to change it.
Complete thread -- thanks. What about fascial or facial?
Complete thread -- Thank you both. Think I'll stay put :)
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- does this make sense? Please see message
Complete thread -- p.s. - I agree. They were looking for a sucker.
Complete thread -- if they could not promise you anything...
Complete thread -- better review - you have both hyper- and hyponatremia
Complete thread -- myofascial (myofacial is not a word)
Complete thread -- Mild hypernatremia secondary to *assisted* left shift metabolic acidosis.
Complete thread -- here is context
Complete thread -- I would have changed it to he had a right intertrochanteric fracture.
Complete thread -- one word: aortobifem (or aortobifemoral)
Complete thread -- we can't tell without the context, right?
Complete thread -- is it facial or fascial? I see myofascial on google, but facial seems more correct.
Complete thread -- she was alert and _____ with normal visual fields and normal fundi
Complete thread -- NM, such a short note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- He fractured his right *inter-troke.* He is doing fairly well. Okay to type
Complete thread -- I will flag. I thought he was switching from one to the other.Thanks
Complete thread -- changing his mind and honestly, I cannot read his mind there. Sorry!
Complete thread -- WBC count differential. CBC ... you could or not use a comma, up to you.
Complete thread -- period after differential and comma after repeated, in my opinion.
Complete thread -- 2nd wave, thanks
Complete thread -- All I got from in there was boy from. Wow. Thanks
Complete thread -- I am not sure if this should be 1 or 2 sentences. No period dictated..??
Complete thread -- aorto-bi-fem
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks.
Complete thread -- bright
Complete thread -- Thanks, I've tried that. They couldn't promise anything, and I suspected they were just
Complete thread -- Maybe you can talk to them about your concerns...
Complete thread -- the file started right on the s/l it is always suggested to give more of a running s
Complete thread -- name of operation would have helped, OP
Complete thread -- s/l no further than cutting to me
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- that sounds right to me
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- admitted the day of surgery for placement?
Complete thread -- Not sure about this one. Thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- were dissected free and no further __________.
Complete thread -- Maybe single leg stance?
Complete thread -- seizures. She was admitted to have __________ placement.
Complete thread -- Master medical editor
Complete thread -- WAG- finger-to-nose?
Complete thread -- access
Complete thread -- Excuse my ignorance, but what is MME? Just curious...never heard it before and I've
Complete thread -- s/l feen-gull expanse test TIA!
Complete thread -- ESL plastic surgeon performing breast implant removal
Complete thread -- Smith, John B. MD - does that need another comma after B.? TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm looking for advice, considering going for MME
Complete thread -- NM...construct
Complete thread -- upper cervical spine s/l con-shuct TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- in. if it is and, then it would be "have" improved.
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- i thought I heard something but wasn't sure
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will listen more a bit later.
Complete thread -- that is seen on MRI, he's doing an exam. would not see low signal intensity on cystoscopy
Complete thread -- Stedman lists Exact-Fit ATH hip replacement system
Complete thread -- Since he cut the dictation off it is just a guess (digital rectal?)
Complete thread -- was emptied. _____ exam is benign, approximately
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- repost if you like
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- biopsied completely but there is still another word before that.
Complete thread -- don't... it's morning ;-)
Complete thread -- airway abnormality
Complete thread -- would think the word is an adjective similar to "subsequently" or "overnight" rather
Complete thread -- Don't I feel stupid. Thank you!
Complete thread -- healed
Complete thread -- sorry, I inadvertently posted over you.
Complete thread -- shoulder pain in a patient of unknown age, although I suspect
Complete thread -- If the symptoms are not improved, or if she is considered
Complete thread -- Hospitalized for V-tach: He was *lock" monitored on telemetry. (see message)
Complete thread -- The bladder was emptied. _____ exam is benign, approximately
Complete thread -- there is clear urine out of each one. ______ completely
Complete thread -- hip replacement question (sm) thank you!
Complete thread -- just relisten at that section; probably short speaking this line
Complete thread -- Maybe "obstructed by lateral lower prostatic tissues"?
Complete thread -- Prostatic urethra is obstructed. *Bilateral lower prostatic tissues* The scope
Complete thread -- Thanks, I thought so...but then why did I ask, right
Complete thread -- yep, begun needs a 'helping' verb. (past participle)
Complete thread -- D: Amiodarone was discontinued and sotalol begun. It should be "was begun," right
Complete thread -- you might want to repost your file. ?
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- brilliant
Complete thread -- adding
Complete thread -- burnt?
Complete thread -- s/l breen orange
Complete thread -- He has had a lot of bronchitis this year and was hospitalized. _____ and his wife wa
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- never mind found confirmation
Complete thread -- Confirmation was obtained with two *clicks* on the introduction and saline
Complete thread -- figured it out, slurring "pending pathology results." FYI
Complete thread -- s/l salts
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- FH? (fetal heartbeat)
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- WAG ~ fetal heartbeats?
Complete thread -- nonwoven pad
Complete thread -- On repeat presentation, there was no *es screech* and diagnosis of missed
Complete thread -- s/l non-wave-in-tap TIA!
Complete thread -- flagged. ...
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ 1 cm (no hyphen) incision was in the skin elevating the fascia. The Veress
Complete thread -- Uterus 30-week size, and dropped weight after removal of 3759 grams, d ...
Complete thread -- s/l* tucker and series elevated* fashion
Complete thread -- u are right and thank you.
Complete thread -- large panniculus present.
Complete thread -- abdomen: a large s/l pannicule was present. Help!! thanks.
Complete thread -- cephalad is not the same as superior
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is saying "fore" rather than anterior, as in
Complete thread -- no, that's not what the article describes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- pushing the tips of the clamps up against
Complete thread -- The cardinal ligaments were clamped with Heaney clamps on both sides, ...
Complete thread -- I'd have to go with pelvically on my account. Minimal citations, but more for
Complete thread -- A 10-mm scope was placed into the abdomen and the abdominal contents w ...
Complete thread -- Yup, he said pelvic-ly (made up word.) pelvic location of the cecum?
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- cecum located in the pelvis?
Complete thread -- how to write *pelvicly* located cecum? The abdominal contents w ...
Complete thread -- Southern. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Maybe bloating...I will listen again with that in mind. Thanks!
Complete thread -- some bloating?
Complete thread -- modified s/l Seldinger approach
Complete thread -- spotting?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- ??? "sploding?"
Complete thread -- 95% negative predictive value
Complete thread -- I think he is saying fistulization?
Complete thread -- sorry, can't figure out the blank. sounds like ___utilization??
Complete thread -- thanks so much! any idea of the 2nd word?
Complete thread -- tethered-bowel loops strongly suggests a malignant cause of ascitic fluid
Complete thread -- wav file.Thanks - questioning tepid too.
Complete thread -- A negative methacholine challenge has a 95 ______ predictive value to rule out
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- QT interval prolongation?
Complete thread -- QT prolongation.
Complete thread -- The patient is on Celexa and doxepin which puts her at significant risk for _________
Complete thread -- THANK you, billybob!
Complete thread -- history of questionable...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- this page shows three column fracture, so 4 column might be right
Complete thread -- oops, wrong post
Complete thread -- this page shows three column...so perhaps 4 column is right?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I can't find anything that shows they do them on the right and left sides,
Complete thread -- He underwent a chloride sweat test that was reported *right* 26 which is within
Complete thread -- no need to be sorry. Very kind of you for trying
Complete thread -- OK, I think I'm off here anyway. Sorry.
Complete thread -- maybe he meant to say fourth column, but he definitely says four and not fourth...
Complete thread -- I was suggesting that maybe he is saying "T5 fourth-column fracture,"
Complete thread -- I was suggesting that maybe he is saying "T5 fourth-column fracture,"
Complete thread -- no, please see message
Complete thread -- thats very kind of you, but no clear T5 4 column fracture... Maybe he does mean T5-4, but
Complete thread -- I should have said read the "Conclusions" section, not Results, sorry.
Complete thread -- try fourth-column fracture
Complete thread -- Dunno... This is the info I got.. . Should I flag or just change?
Complete thread -- this is all the info I got.
Complete thread -- could it mean T5, 4 (spinal) column fracture?
Complete thread -- lying flat. was she in a car accident with sear belt injury?
Complete thread -- "four column fracture" cant document it in google, but quite clear
Complete thread -- Got it: Seymour's fracture!
Complete thread -- She has an Exactech s/l Kureye modeled type hip. Any ideas? Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- "Hugh Morris" fracture?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tizanidine - he is mispronouncing
Complete thread -- painmedication called "tizazidine" I do not hear tizanidine uless he is
Complete thread -- YES! ltt thank you so much!!!!
Complete thread -- that has become a nidus for infection
Complete thread -- possibility of her having a bladder diverticulum that has _____ for infection
Complete thread -- hyphen unnecessary (i.e., wrong)
Complete thread -- google. google. google.
Complete thread -- 2nd sentence transcribed incorrectly; 1st sentence punctuated incorrectly
Complete thread -- Thank you all!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- does not eat onions or has not been eating ... does not been makes no sense.
Complete thread -- hear that and then parameters
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, the word no
Complete thread -- add the wof no before onions
Complete thread -- Thanks! That does. :)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Pacing and sensing (programs?) are within normal limits
Complete thread -- rewoding help please
Complete thread -- s/l nuh is probably just a stumble like UH UH not meant for dictation
Complete thread -- Zytiga (abiraterone acetate) - see inside to see if fits
Complete thread -- see if you can hear "HJR"
Complete thread -- Google DISH syndrome. Diffuse or disseminated idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis.
Complete thread -- The generator has reached end of life. _____ are within normal limits.
Complete thread -- neck s/l no H D R
Complete thread -- Ok, definitely not completed because next injection report she is to continue it.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think that's best!
Complete thread -- s/l dish ? (rheum clinic)
Complete thread -- Treatment for metastatic prostate cancer
Complete thread -- do I need to hyphenate "heavy headedness"?
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- and has accomplished (or completed?) physical ....at home
Complete thread -- ...Doing physical therapy at home and has [____24.04] of physical therapy exercises
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I therefore described to her my approach in this situation including ...
Complete thread -- That is awesome, absolutely agree!
Complete thread -- ...lacerations....HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: A 44......?
Complete thread -- Would says it is also CHIEF COMPLAINT (no S at the end)
Complete thread -- ...lacerations. (Pt name) is a 44....?
Complete thread -- Left hand laceration Dictation Consult
Complete thread -- Dictation Consult
Complete thread -- thanks very much
Complete thread -- Thank you!! Writing it down right now with his pronounciation. nm
Complete thread -- metolazone - never pronounced right.
Complete thread -- drug name s/l meta-za-lone sm
Complete thread -- Ah, some of her words do sound a bit cut off. Thanks for your help!!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, positions are o'clock per AAMT BOS.
Complete thread -- Proton pump inhibitor
Complete thread -- I would transcribe it as 10 o'clock position
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- how to write something..
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Pulmonary exam: ____ vent sounds.
Complete thread -- I see it comes in vanilla, so wild guess vanilla?
Complete thread -- agonal respiration?
Complete thread -- I googled exactly how you have it written Divalproex 250 mg *24 ER* SA
Complete thread -- in the setting of *aggamon* respiration
Complete thread -- found this:
Complete thread -- Divalproex 250 mg *24 ER* SA tab take 1 tablet by mouth every night for mood.
Complete thread -- Luque
Complete thread -- s/l Lukey cerclage wire
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- Boost Glucose Control liquids *in-ale* 8 ounce can drink 3 cans by mouth daily.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sheesh - I've seen that all day today with people I've helped.
Complete thread -- Agree with lb. I'd bet it is mupirocin too.
Complete thread -- I'd bet you're right. I have one doc who mangles her meds so bad that she even knows it
Complete thread -- Try Plager. I see references to him in California.
Complete thread -- as a general rule, do you just ask random questions and then disappear?
Complete thread -- *muco-pur-so-rin* 2% ointment. Pt to apply thin layer to skin
Complete thread -- YES! I sure hope the OP reads this.
Complete thread -- in limb leads
Complete thread -- Looking for a doc s/l Play-grrr in California area 15 years ago. TIA!
Complete thread -- Borderline low voltage _____. Other laboratory investigations:
Complete thread -- Borderline low voltage _____. Other laboratory investigations:
Complete thread -- comes up instantly if you google
Complete thread -- hypesthesias
Complete thread -- it
Complete thread -- google: irma name
Complete thread -- please note
Complete thread -- since it is a Dedo laryngoscope, I'd say "assist" system.
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you EVERYONE for your suggestions.
Complete thread -- microlaryngoscopy, s/l Dedo "assist" system. See msg plse
Complete thread -- modified Fasanella-Servat procedure under local anesthesia resulted in the desired correct
Complete thread -- any clues in the diagnoses???
Complete thread -- Patient being seen for eyelid ptosis. Above statement just itemized in history.
Complete thread -- Fasanella-Servat or something like
Complete thread -- some more context
Complete thread -- s/l facinelli savant procedure TIA
Complete thread -- I forgot, it's one sentence, "she" continues on, not a new sentence.
Complete thread -- until she was able
Complete thread -- There's Irma la Douce - female, and Erma Bombeck. Can't think of any males named Irma.
Complete thread -- Well, my great-grandmother's name was Irma.
Complete thread -- He probably could have just said superior but some docs like to use cephalad and caudad.
Complete thread -- as a general rule, is the name Irma male or female?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- The patient did tell me that for the past three days ______ she was able to come to t
Complete thread -- scalloped
Complete thread -- s/l scalped bone edges TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you, been doing this 13 years and this is the first for me.
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense. Cephalad just means in the head direction (above prior surgery site)
Complete thread -- It makes sense to me. You can hear cephalad as a common "direction" in medicine just about
Complete thread -- She says it again later.... s/l cephalad from her prior surgery. Sounds
Complete thread -- does this make sense???? sm
Complete thread -- variance
Complete thread -- request for continuation of physical therapy _____
Complete thread -- at popliteus-myotendinous??
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I can't find where hypoesthesias is a word?
Complete thread -- Back pain can be multifactorial s/l nuh-leaving the ptotic heavy breast TIA!
Complete thread -- **hypoesthesias/hypesthesias**
Complete thread -- Breast is deflated, but the entire s/l suctional has descended. TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (?) by dry Weck-Cel technique... The lens was well-centered in the capsular bag
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- It is in Maryland
Complete thread -- "salisbury college" found in UK, but do not know what to think cuz
Complete thread -- s/l variance
Complete thread -- see link - none seem to fit, but maybe...
Complete thread -- 2. Ovoid ganglion cyst ____ myotendinous junction
Complete thread -- vitreous __________ technique. The pupil was round postoperatively. The lens was we
Complete thread -- that doc is not even in Altoona either. ?
Complete thread -- PCP in Altoona, PA. Says Dr. Robert Sloss in Altoona, PA. I found a
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- lower extremity is currently wrapped in Ace bandage
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient has lower extremity is currently is up __________.
Complete thread -- it has been worse
Complete thread -- I added it again.
Complete thread -- no mp3 match yet...
Complete thread -- you are just awesome~ thanks mucho!
Complete thread -- imbibe
Complete thread -- s/l in vive?
Complete thread -- The patient states that she has been ______. On further evaluation, the patient was
Complete thread -- We certainly are consistent!
Complete thread -- LOL! We have had this discussion before (see link)
Complete thread -- yes, that's it, thank you.
Complete thread -- found this... swedged-on
Complete thread -- The patient has lower extremity is __________.
Complete thread -- ? vaginal cuff with 0 Vicryl sutures tied in the midline, vaginal cuff with...
Complete thread -- Swedgeon?
Complete thread -- s/l swedge ton (TAH/BSO)
Complete thread -- amino acid solution?
Complete thread -- s/l*Meenisis solution*
Complete thread -- First cup of coffee!
Complete thread -- Tysm! You're Speedy Gonzalez. :-)
Complete thread -- MatriStem
Complete thread -- s/l nature stim wound sheet. TIA!
Complete thread -- never mind. ...
Complete thread -- the lesser sac was entered by dividing the omentum just distal to the ...
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The meatoplasty was done to enlarge the entrance to the _____ clinic. ...
Complete thread -- they seem okay, if the first one makes sense in context.
Complete thread -- do these two sentances make sense? Please see msg
Complete thread -- wouldn't lab values be numeric, even if less than 10?
Complete thread -- orchialgia?
Complete thread -- thanks all... heard skull too
Complete thread -- As for his dull pain, it seems to be just like a mild *otalgia*
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- best answer yet!
Complete thread -- retrograde.
Complete thread -- I think it is actually... NO RECURRENT BLADDER CANCER
Complete thread -- Impression, erectile dysfunction. Possibly has some element of ______ ejaculation al
Complete thread -- I heard "recurrent" bladder cancer.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no significant? sounds like significant, but rest of report looks negative.
Complete thread -- Post-Op Diagnosis: _______ BLADDER CANCER
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Complete thread -- the bladder was checked and found to be below the cervix
Complete thread -- changed browser to IE and WAV worked. Hearing skull
Complete thread -- skull
Complete thread -- ...
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Complete thread -- creating pillars ____bladder
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Complete thread -- views of the nose
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Complete thread -- wav does not match.. can you repost it?
Complete thread -- ?? I hear ??? A stone in the tract....
Complete thread -- KUB, I will speak to him after that. __________in the tract outside the bladder.
Complete thread -- patient himself had to have his_____ closed
Complete thread -- no. Prozac can cause SIADH, but I cant find anything like the s/l
Complete thread -- yes... thank you SIADH... and not SI-80 agent :) do you know the other blank?
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't think of anything but microcytosis.
Complete thread -- I agree with SIADH for the SI-80 agent...
Complete thread -- "SI-80 agent"-SIADH?
Complete thread -- paraspinous?
Complete thread -- unsure about blank, but are you sure it is suction tip and not suction cup?
Complete thread -- No MP3 here either, please repost
Complete thread -- MP3 not playing for me, sorry
Complete thread -- have 2 blanks
Complete thread -- Two questions...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Now it sounds like he's saying microanesis. Can't think of what it could be. nm
Complete thread -- midline. At this time, ___________ by dissection
Complete thread -- symphysis pubis over the *para spin* scar
Complete thread -- I think an MCV of 87.6 would indicate microcytic anemia. Maybe another form of the word
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Laboratory data help: MCV of 87.6 *micronesia*....thanks!
Complete thread -- fundus, both intramural, _____ unlikely
Complete thread -- #2 - would descend?
Complete thread -- intramural ______ unlikely that the fibroid were ______ enough
Complete thread -- why do you wonder?
Complete thread -- expressive (term)-used a lot in psych reports sm
Complete thread -- Pt with elevated PSA and neurogenic bladder
Complete thread -- how do you know she is African American?
Complete thread -- Just remember...a LOT of doctors pronounce words differently, or wrong in some cases, like
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Complete thread -- I thought I looked it up, but now I find it as you said... thank you!
Complete thread -- inroads - one word.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Patient refusing to discuss her memory loss/dementia. Since last visit, her children
Complete thread -- FWIW, I think fluid cells is right. She means cells in the fluid other than the RBCs
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks, but he pronounces the c as a k, so I'm not sure.
Complete thread -- violaceous
Complete thread -- s/l velocous
Complete thread -- Maybe. I'm going to flag. Thanks for all the help.
Complete thread -- FYI, she is definitely saying some word that starts with "f" and does s/l fluid.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input! She sounds so clear...sigh.
Complete thread -- MT50, I looked in archives & you looked for this last year for someone.
Complete thread -- sub-1 sub-2 is "underneath the first toe, 2nd toe, (sub - underneath)
Complete thread -- You know what, as I read all the articles they are on animals, not humans, so you might
Complete thread -- Thanks! When I google it your way, I get no results found (using quotes).
Complete thread -- wonder if it is an AIDS regimen?
Complete thread -- Maybe, but why would this African American doctor pronounce it that way?
Complete thread -- You are correct, google "peritoneal fluid analysis showed nucleated * cells"
Complete thread -- Maybe you are right, might be in a residential program for addiction?
Complete thread -- It sounds almost like she's saying "resident" with a French accident.
Complete thread -- Peritoneal fluid analysis showed nucleated *fluid* cells of 1422.
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure it starts with an R, not an M.
Complete thread -- methadone?
Complete thread -- s/l residon
Complete thread -- variable length?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- perception?
Complete thread -- No delusions. *Express*, cognition and memory intact.
Complete thread -- what a nut
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks but I think I've got it. She says it quite a few times
Complete thread -- Podiatrists frequently say sub-1 sub-2 (you can google podiatry sub2)
Complete thread -- great toe?
Complete thread -- The patient is a healthy
Complete thread -- thanks so much! new word for me today and I am writing it down.
Complete thread -- hamartoma
Complete thread -- s/l hammertone for breast biopsy...
Complete thread -- got it - amplitude
Complete thread -- super-fast doc: The carotid upstroke and s/l amateur were both normal. (exam)
Complete thread -- (ignore this answer)
Complete thread -- silicosis
Complete thread -- listen for calcinosis
Complete thread -- what is the MRI of, and why did they do it?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- might be "vest" therapy
Complete thread -- pulmonary toileting s/l fast therapy TIA!
Complete thread -- pun may be genetic prothrombin mutation *** (either not hearing or not pronouncing)
Complete thread -- just might be bile crust. Found this ****
Complete thread -- Because the English language hasn't been bastardized in the op's country as it has been in
Complete thread -- The end of the sentence says "indwelling," so it's not that. S/l "Mayo bowling" stent?
Complete thread -- ?? indwelling
Complete thread -- Upon relistening, I think he's saying bathing.. will flag just in case. nm
Complete thread -- Pt s/p cystoscopy
Complete thread -- I'll have to go back and listen, thx! I ended up flagging, but will try that.
Complete thread -- nope, no "uct" sound at the end, thx tho
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- bile duct?
Complete thread -- debriding?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- bacteria / just to be more aggressive and to get this to heal as fast as possible, I ...
Complete thread -- s/l beading sm
Complete thread -- ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- really going stretching it here but maybe "right crus"
Complete thread -- nope, I wish!! sounds like 2 words. he is eating and the connection is crappy, thx tho
Complete thread -- Guess ~ pancreas?
Complete thread -- guessing ~ genetic point mutation?
Complete thread -- Laparoscopic surgery for a lipoma in the duodenum, this is in the findings section
Complete thread -- If your doctor has to remove the deep lobe of the parotid gland you may develop
Complete thread -- s/l first fight syndrome or fist fight syndrome? (parotidectomy)
Complete thread -- s/l gentle pun mutation
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- S/l he's saying ulor (Uloric?) ??
Complete thread -- duh, before he was speaking of a different type of straining
Complete thread -- that's what I hear but of course he says there is no straining before
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- He takes ______ He takes allopurinol.
Complete thread -- as in acuteness
Complete thread -- placement due to the *acuity* of patientís pathology
Complete thread -- Just got it! Thanks for listening!
Complete thread -- ligamentous region
Complete thread -- High-grade, partial-thickness tear within the anterior cruciate ligament _____
Complete thread -- Just wondering if it is a "docism" where they say what they think the word should be
Complete thread -- will post after below
Complete thread -- . He takes ______ He takes allopurinol. He takes a blood pressure pill. He takes
Complete thread -- not sure. Thanks MT50. Can you listen in to the WAV
Complete thread -- The MRI was reviewed, which demonstrated" "____" with some
Complete thread -- He never stopped going or retention, and he ...
Complete thread -- oh. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- There is no ______ or retention and he has never passed
Complete thread -- Sure, plenty of info if you google "fractured leg, scissored position"
Complete thread -- there is no bulge, but has had a little straining with it. (???)
Complete thread -- left lower extremity was placed on a fracture boot, and the right leg ...
Complete thread -- but has had a little ______ with it.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- could be 20 x 3.5 (which Zimmer does have listed)
Complete thread -- Zimmer 6-hole, one-third tubular plate with a *20 3.5 (three five)* co ...
Complete thread -- Would need more information like city where the company is or type of company or even
Complete thread -- silicosis?
Complete thread -- KGB? ...
Complete thread -- MRI demonstrated "silcinosis"
Complete thread -- He works with s/l AGB. Pls help!!social history.
Complete thread -- Yeah, cos this board really needs your kind of help.
Complete thread -- Wow, it must really suck to be YOU!
Complete thread -- _____ versus a channel TURP. ...
Complete thread -- The patient was extensively counselled about the risks, benefits, and ...
Complete thread -- AbsorbaTack Covidien device? ...
Complete thread -- so is there any city which s/l ultimon in Florida. I searched U* words but to no avail.
Complete thread -- not really, and it's Altamonte Springs.
Complete thread -- looking for s/l altamon, florida. Could find Altamonte (is te*silent in this word?
Complete thread -- spiral?
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav file
Complete thread -- Normal uterus, tubes, and ovaries. *Viable/white* male infant in the ...
Complete thread -- inguinal hernia repair help please. sm
Complete thread -- you are kind and appropriate, hlp
Complete thread -- apologies to Canadian person...
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Complete thread -- HBsAb positive (immunisation (?affect or effect) likely) and HBc total antibody det
Complete thread -- *dose* not dose...
Complete thread -- Darlene, that is what the OP is saying, that does is NOT found.
Complete thread -- I apologize. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing a new drug. nm
Complete thread -- wow, if this is Canada...SURE would have helped if that info was given.
Complete thread -- ok, not so sure how the "Lung Centre" would have anything to do with hyperhidrosis.
Complete thread -- Lynde Centre (for Dermatology)?
Complete thread -- I appreciate your effort. He's a really tough dictator.
Complete thread -- Per guidelines. ...
Complete thread -- not sure, but why is that spelled centre?
Complete thread -- I tried, guess I was wrong!
Complete thread -- she did ans the real question, didn't read it?
Complete thread -- ___ is a 14-year-old patient that was seen in the s/l Lung Centre?? in ...
Complete thread -- ya need to flag, even cutting the tablet, dose not found, unless meant 5. mg
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you! I can hear what he's saying now.
Complete thread -- ya need to flag, even cutting the tablet, dose not found, sooo
Complete thread -- He most likely is spelling it wrong. I never EVER trust the spelling of a doc... you can
Complete thread -- 1) stitch abscess draining a tiny bit of fluid. Now it is completely. . .
Complete thread -- 2) knee comes up fully straight. She can flex 110 . . .
Complete thread -- Doc spells Viibryn 0.5 mg in list of meds sm
Complete thread -- 1) sebaceous abcess? 2) stretching?
Complete thread -- thank you~
Complete thread -- Ortho note - 2 blanks.
Complete thread -- yep, parietal (scalp) resection meningioma (head)
Complete thread -- thanks lb/fgjjg
Complete thread -- sounds like "porietal" is Parietal correct in context?
Complete thread -- sorry I'm late, but yep, I'd leave as is.
Complete thread -- do you think that I could just leave it or must I flag? This is all the cont
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- skive - cut into thin layers. ?
Complete thread -- I looked for your Dr. Alaimo and can't find him in NJ. BUT
Complete thread -- s/l skived, but not sure it fits here. Plse sm
Complete thread -- wonder did she have silicone implants before and he's taking them out because of infection
Complete thread -- is status post bilateral gluteal excision for her ___ infection and reconstructi
Complete thread -- New Jersey pain management. i cannot find lynbrook but maybe that is it anyway.
Complete thread -- Google cities in NJ and you should find what you're looking for.
Complete thread -- Is this the only sentence in the report? Doubtful, so there is more you can post.
Complete thread -- By looking at the other drug, I think more of an antibiotic he's talking about.
Complete thread -- that is what I thought I might have heard but it seems like it is marketed in Australia
Complete thread -- does anyone hear rifaximin?
Complete thread -- rifaximin?
Complete thread -- s/l Fexmid, but don't know if that fits - please check
Complete thread -- Try - Lynbrook, NJ
Complete thread -- i have no other information that could give any help.
Complete thread -- *following sentence
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a lil context would help us help you (ie, state, prior sentence and followed, etc)
Complete thread -- not the blank but -- it's marketed (not marked) in Australia
Complete thread -- No, not a word, but the meaning is clear and I'd leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your reply, lb!
Complete thread -- In the USA we would be using _____ but unfortunately it is not marked in Australia
Complete thread -- http://www.accuratescrew.com/Thumb-Screws.aspx
Complete thread -- I sure don't think that is a word.
Complete thread -- s/l he said and we were trying to tie down the implantable anchor system
Complete thread -- Any other info like what state is your account in?
Complete thread -- She was seeing Dr. Alaimo in s/l LImberk, but he is not longer taking...
Complete thread -- If 'implantable' is the correct word, would someone else please verify?
Complete thread -- Biomet *able anchor system.
Complete thread -- More specifically says "scope was gradually unretroflexed." I can't verify that is a real
Complete thread -- Doing an EGD report. Dr says unretroflexed. Is that a word?
Complete thread -- ColdSteel
Complete thread -- laryngeal biopsy - s/l laser occult steel or cold steel?
Complete thread -- wait, maybe it's "knurled"
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Complete thread -- Hmm, sounds kind of like narrow but can't really document.
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it. Thanks much!
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Complete thread -- purchase was obtained and __________thumb screws were used to pull the labrum
Complete thread -- entheses - just a guess
Complete thread -- thank you very much! It is Uhthoff. thanks again
Complete thread -- the patient out with his wife?
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Complete thread -- You misunderstood. I'm suggesting people should agree to disagree and not argue about it.
Complete thread -- The patient _________ his wife was eating dinner with his family
Complete thread -- I think it is Uhthoff, but check to be sure.
Complete thread -- s/l ** in - FEE - sis **
Complete thread -- neurology assessment: Denies any symptoms of s/l oo-tobb's or Lhermitte's phenomenon.
Complete thread -- you can disagree, but the references and the account specs are the only
Complete thread -- That never occurred to me. I thought it might be the names of devices. Thanks
Complete thread -- the names of the RNs? Could be anything.
Complete thread -- sounds like star fry and asmtha tux
Complete thread -- Me either, and I just go with what's dictated, which usually seems to be possessive.
Complete thread -- and, really, I've never had any place I work tell me it HAS to or does NOT HAVE to be one
Complete thread -- Page 162 or 2nd edition changes and says possessive is acceptable alternative, if dictated
Complete thread -- sounds like he changes from normal to "is excellent"
Complete thread -- His flow is normal, or is excellent.
Complete thread -- He has a flow _____ excellent.
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS page 161
Complete thread -- Ahh the age-old debate concerning the use of the eponymous possessive. Agree to disagree.
Complete thread -- maybe talar (tilt)?
Complete thread -- I believe I'd fix punctuation. sm
Complete thread -- Your last sentence isn't a complete sentence and should go with the previous one, separat
Complete thread -- That's not even her issue. How about answering the real question.
Complete thread -- Dorland's shows apostrophe.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- even your own reference uses the apostrophe!!!
Complete thread -- most certainly can use the Homans' version as some accounts and some references
Complete thread -- Homans' is also correct (possessive).
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Complete thread -- Homans sign after John Homans, M.D. (no apostrophe)
Complete thread -- When she sits up, urine is still coming out. (he changes his mind.
Complete thread -- and Dr Preston did not identify any surrounding on cystoscopy he did.
Complete thread -- When she sits up it is still coming out in ________ coming out
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- No dramatic varus instability. He does have a soft endpoint with increased anterior
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Complete thread -- s/l neo=dictators slang and short-speak alllll the time, thus the stress/difficulty sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- chronic??
Complete thread -- In addition, one upper tract stone?
Complete thread -- had a kidney ultrasound, looked good. (slurring ultrasound badly)?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- had a kidney stone --?-- good.
Complete thread -- calcium oxalate. _____ stone, but it was clearly not on the stitch.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- hematuria and the kidneys ______ were good.
Complete thread -- No other rectal mass. Routine urine is amber, has a pH of 5.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No rectal mass. ______ urine is amber. He has a pH of 5.
Complete thread -- nodularity?
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Complete thread -- No induration or ______. No other rectal findings.
Complete thread -- uncinate process
Complete thread -- "tonni" full thickness tear
Complete thread -- CT abdomen with focus of enhancement in s/l un-senny process TIA!
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Complete thread -- Post again
Complete thread -- thank you... didn't Google that particular way
Complete thread -- wav does not match the above.
Complete thread -- sure, just google "testis with transillumination of fluid"
Complete thread -- and again his vasectomy was way back in November, and the semen was clear.
Complete thread -- His semen analysis _______ was way back in November.
Complete thread -- just a little amount *fluid* transillumination
Complete thread -- to go away. _____ at that time.
Complete thread -- Neo-Synephrine
Complete thread -- I should have corrected myself to begin with, but I saw that the original post was made
Complete thread -- Okay, just wondered if I was really out of date here, lol.
Complete thread -- No, didn't mean to say it's a recognized abbreviation but rather more than likely short,
Complete thread -- That must be a nonstandard abbreviation for Neo-Synephrine.
Complete thread -- Neo is abbreviation for Neo-Synephrine
Complete thread -- according to BOS, no comma between pounds and ounces.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- vertex vaginal
Complete thread -- Pediatrics note
Complete thread -- Got it - *calcific* tendinitis
Complete thread -- Help with ortho note, please.
Complete thread -- amiodarone?
Complete thread -- tachycardia and hypotension which responded to the (s/l N-E-O) drip
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Complete thread -- do they resect Schmorl's nodes?
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I think it sounds like a cross between schwanomma and Schmorl's nodes. i cannot quite
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I hear the "sch" sound but it doesn't sound like it ends in "oma" ??
Complete thread -- s/l normal to me.
Complete thread -- I also thought I might have heard schwannoma, but wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- normal?
Complete thread -- poll - to take a sampling of the attitudes or opinions of
Complete thread -- poll. google define poll and the definition fits.
Complete thread -- which responds to the___ methods being applied by the therapists.
Complete thread -- I will s/l pole ?? my colleagues to determine who an experienced surge ...
Complete thread -- see inside for more info. i was wondering about schwanomma but not sure if i hear it
Complete thread -- MIGHT BE foramina?
Complete thread -- resection of a left C2-3____. He has recovered well
Complete thread -- and when googling, it gives very little results. This is when a good
Complete thread -- never mind found in sample ulnar palmar
Complete thread -- should it be left ulnar palmar sensory distal latency or ulnoplamar or ulnar and
Complete thread -- got it - he is saying CKD stage 3
Complete thread -- insomnia, rheumatoid arthritis, spinal stenosis, hypertension,
Complete thread -- I found Michael Dolecki, MD, as an orthopod in Latrobe
Complete thread -- Perhaps Dolecki.
Complete thread -- Knee arthroplasty done by Dr. s/l duh-leck-ee in Latrobe, PA.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- lateral ligamentous
Complete thread -- Ortho note...
Complete thread -- Because that is not what he USED.. Need to bone up on suture sizes. What he
Complete thread -- 1st one is gastroesophageal reflux disease (not history of)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- inability to research; lack of understanding of search engines
Complete thread -- ? gastroesophageal reflux disease
Complete thread -- Same person as below who wanted Lance Rettig, also found within
Complete thread -- nor any heavy (alcohol...?)
Complete thread -- peripheral vascular disease 1 blank ??? ...
Complete thread -- should be there now
Complete thread -- No wav. I hear the wav below that must've been recorded before you attempted yours?
Complete thread -- Sorry, posted reply to wrong post!!!
Complete thread -- No wav. I hear the wav below that must've been recorded before you attempted yours?
Complete thread -- couple of blanks...
Complete thread -- PERSONAL HISTORY: No active smoking, __________.
Complete thread -- ? orthostatic (for the last word)
Complete thread -- She denies any __________ symptoms of chest pain, shortness
Complete thread -- MA - the medical assistant in the office
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- OP posted below that winessed was said
Complete thread -- s/l tobramycin to me
Complete thread -- It's asterisks
Complete thread -- aspirin 81 mg daily, Lipitor, ________, ferrous sulfate 3
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- It is too late, but the mp3 file has been deleted so I can't listen.
Complete thread -- Ok, now that fits...
Complete thread -- I actually don't think either blanked word fits, but without a snippet of the sound file
Complete thread -- I googled carmel reconstructive hand surgeons and (SM)
Complete thread -- agree with aztreonam
Complete thread -- btw, it is asterix. But, "anemia of chronic renal disease" is a very common diagnosis, as
Complete thread -- and even tho I had Rena spelled wrong, it still brought it all up.
Complete thread -- I googled (without the quotes rena caprarella new hyde park
Complete thread -- it's what VR put
Complete thread -- No. Extraperitoneal denotes pneumoretroperitoneum
Complete thread -- aztreonam.
Complete thread -- He has been started on antibiotics, _____ and Levaquin
Complete thread -- I would definitely flag, not change, if WBC is what was said.
Complete thread -- that is what I was questioning =/
Complete thread -- Dr. Rina Caprarella, MD 2 links with name and info
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Gee, I would think it would be RBCs to make impact on hemoglobin...
Complete thread -- how about the state?
Complete thread -- he spells name and says she is a neurologist
Complete thread -- just was not positive so wanted to verify. Transfusion of packed WBCs. SM
Complete thread -- could also be PA... physician's assistant... NA for nurse's aid? no idea on last word
Complete thread -- Dr. Rina Caprarella ____ New Hyde Park
Complete thread -- mkakes sense
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a guess since can't hear it s/l motorstatit may be motor strip?
Complete thread -- "We need to add the zip code"
Complete thread -- When you can, add the zip code? I think that's what he is asking you to do.
Complete thread -- my guess too
Complete thread -- Great Neck, New York ____ . I saw ...
Complete thread -- Lance Rettig?
Complete thread -- one of the hand surgeons at Carmel Reconstructive Hand such as Dr. s/l landredik
Complete thread -- Can't be sure. Will have to flag. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- Yes it is meant to the have the word witnessed in. I must have typed it wrong.
Complete thread -- okay... thanks!
Complete thread -- this help?
Complete thread -- I do not think "nurse's assistant" makes any sense in that sentence
Complete thread -- My question is surrounded by the asteriks. #4...is this correct?
Complete thread -- barely
Complete thread -- Ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- could NA be nurse's assistant or do you think ti is MA? also questioning motorstatit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree. there is no such thing as 1-0 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- ? PDA ligation (patent ductus arteriosus)
Complete thread -- The patient has had _____ ligation during the course
Complete thread -- Not sure about that - looks like it may be for animals
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Aureomycin?
Complete thread -- I almost hear "a little" gastropathy but I think he means portal
Complete thread -- daily, Lipitor, ________, ferrous sulfate 325 mg three times a day,
Complete thread -- Stomach had portal hypertension and _____ gastropathy.
Complete thread -- LVEDD=left ventricular end-diastolic diameter (or dimension)
Complete thread -- Jealousy.
Complete thread -- thanks! this is probably what it was!
Complete thread -- esthesia-like effects (any disorder of the nervous system that affects perception or sensi
Complete thread -- lateral
Complete thread -- Please disregard. mp3 not posted yet.
Complete thread -- ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- ok, I was thinking "circadian" pertaining to messed up sleep. might be way off, though.
Complete thread -- no, don't think that is it.
Complete thread -- 2+
Complete thread -- I was thinking something like numbness.
Complete thread -- its on the tip of my tongue and can't spit it out...but "like" is
Complete thread -- Agree, but as I said, I've never heard a doc say 1-0, just #1
Complete thread -- better therapeutic response with less s/l es-thay-cian like effects TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I thought it odd he didn't just say #1, #2, #3 Vicryl, rather than stating it both
Complete thread -- (but I also see lots of #1 so go with what you had in the first place. :)
Complete thread -- (in fact, I've never had one say "1-0 Vicryl" - always No. 1 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- No, if he says number 1 Vicryl, go with what he says. I type it No. 1 Vicryl.
Complete thread -- Sometimes I wonder...
Complete thread -- Closed with #1 Vicryl, 2-0 Vicryl, and 3-0 Vicryl sutures.
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is anything like a "mandatory hold" or 5150?
Complete thread -- form
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- People comment on the decreased mobility (I hear past 3 years)
Complete thread -- good thought! I will listen for that - thanks
Complete thread -- Neuro exam
Complete thread -- could it be "on 4-M", like the name of the ward or something?
Complete thread -- I got it...OBRA... thanks though!
Complete thread -- what are his other diagnoses?
Complete thread -- s/l form or forearm, plse sm
Complete thread -- Pt candidate for nursing home placement sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I will hold on Solu-Medrol at this time, but continue with
Complete thread -- not report any purulent sputum, _____ hold on Solu-Medrol at this time
Complete thread -- I got him in the room, but my feeling is that there is squamous cell carcinoma
Complete thread -- do you hear "I got him in the room but my feeling is that this would require"
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- thanks, I never know if it is "2 x 7" or 2.7
Complete thread -- 2.7
Complete thread -- if doc is clearly saying pneumo-extraperitoneum, then you could transcibe with hyphen
Complete thread -- Thanks MT. I may just flag it since it is a new account for me.
Complete thread -- I think it would just be pneumoperitoneum
Complete thread -- ortho help, how to type "two seven" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- I placed a balloon-tipped Hasson cannula into the extraperitoneal space at this point
Complete thread -- Physical exam within ....
Complete thread -- Vital signs stable. _____ within normal limits.
Complete thread -- I want to hear Catapres, I really do but it's pretty clear. Thank you and I think I'll
Complete thread -- garlic, yes, but press? A garlic press is what you use to crush garlic, far as I know.
Complete thread -- Wild guess ~ Catapres
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Med list
Complete thread -- Maybe #2 is "T-burg" (short for Trendelenburg? but I've never heard that slang before)
Complete thread -- T-bag "The T-Bag is intended as a post-operative oxygen enrichment breathing attachment...
Complete thread -- (?)
Complete thread -- #1 is upper abdominal. Still thinking on #2.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- . A ____ survey is performed and found AND The patient is then placed on _____ and t
Complete thread -- neutral
Complete thread -- Help with neurosurgical consult, please.
Complete thread -- RILUTEK is not a cure for ALS, but a modest prolongation of survival
Complete thread -- listen for: Metamucil, a teaspoon (or tablespoon) daily
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- hyphae
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- rilutek 4 mg a day - sounds just like rilutek but the dosage is incorrect
Complete thread -- on the biopsy results there is still evidence of occasional ____
Complete thread -- maybe, "no AS, AR" (aortic stenosis, aortic regurgitation)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l A S O R
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks Mcpeg!
Complete thread -- CPK range normal is 8-150, would think he is stuttering over 342 if there is some
Complete thread -- A2 is loud. Systolic murmur 2/6 at ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- S1 greater than S2. No S3. _____ is large, systolic murmur
Complete thread -- CPK of 33, _____ 42, CBC of 7.5, hemoglobin
Complete thread -- sure, google extension of surgical incision and you can see examples
Complete thread -- fetor (hepaticus)
Complete thread -- Guessing "AFP" ???
Complete thread -- There was mild* extension* on the left lateral angle of the incision
Complete thread -- Yes it makes sense. Metamucil is a powder that you must spoon out of its container and
Complete thread -- does this make sense? He is now on regular Metamucil and takes (?spoons) daily
Complete thread -- s/l "Feet-er"
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- did your wav file post?
Complete thread -- blood tests show a very mildly raised ___ of 26 but otherwise is normal
Complete thread -- LVIDD, ISD
Complete thread -- few mode switches, the longest...
Complete thread -- timeout protocol was PERformed (not INformed)
Complete thread -- maybe he said: pretty well, and that recently...
Complete thread -- Yes, that's the one. Thanks!
Complete thread -- lecithin? (supplement)
Complete thread -- meds include multivitamin, calcium citrate, zinc, *lih-thih-tin,* garlic...
Complete thread -- Ty. I just felt, the way he said it, that it was one sentence. :) Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- period after recently
Complete thread -- See suggestion inside...
Complete thread -- Stat report--need punctuation help, please--see inside.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- ? quadrant taken along chronically inflamed and indurated skin,
Complete thread -- side flexion
Complete thread -- Neurological consult....
Complete thread -- low anterior resection for colovaginal fistula
Complete thread -- the right lower quadrant *taking along chronic inflamed and indurated skin* so the in
Complete thread -- Status post lower anterior *resection for cholovaginal* fistula wit
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- forceps?
Complete thread -- polyp forceps reintroduced
Complete thread -- A polyp _____ was reintroduced.
Complete thread -- I would say yes as this link shows that the deformity "sinks"
Complete thread -- does sunken make sense?
Complete thread -- Pacemaker interrogation: It did reveal few s/l modes with longest episode 25 seconds.
Complete thread -- if you give more context, we might be able to help you
Complete thread -- what do you think LVEDD is?
Complete thread -- it's helpful for the archives - thank you for sharing
Complete thread -- Trademarks almost always use all caps but I'd just put Medihoney (unless dictator asks for
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- is he punctuating or something?
Complete thread -- Did I mention I'm tired? It was "sees Dr. Edelstein"! /nm
Complete thread -- Elderly pt w/history of bipolar and s/l shees-toc adelstein. Any ideas? nm
Complete thread -- It does not make sense
Complete thread -- How to write Medihoney (calcium alginate)?
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? "The lower esophagus (?and) the gastroesophageal junction was l
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- kidney?
Complete thread -- was well tolerated. The _______stone broke up quite nicely and she
Complete thread -- yes, "one" is a noun here.
Complete thread -- oops, posted twice.
Complete thread -- probably spelling from a list the patient's handwritten notes...
Complete thread -- I am seeing a reference to "ora serrata." (see message)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- There was no history of any
Complete thread -- vesicles, noted to be unremarkable, except for some prostatic ...
Complete thread -- including both seminal vesicles ____
Complete thread -- Ortho note...
Complete thread -- From our standpoint, we ?
Complete thread -- apex, the base of the prostate, and the _____ prostatic calculi
Complete thread -- shows a simple benign stable cyst. _______ We will see him again in about
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry (Evicel)
Complete thread -- (roux-en-Y) slight oozing, there we used 5 ml of s/l Ev-ee-sol.
Complete thread -- could very well be.
Complete thread -- Bone marrow bx with s/l sheets of small mature lymphocytes TIA!
Complete thread -- agree with TIMI
Complete thread -- WAIT... not sure, after I looked at some of the pages, not so sure this is related to an
Complete thread -- ??? I found echo-free zone (EFZ) by googling echocardiogram efz
Complete thread -- No mp3 there?
Complete thread -- can you post a clip of the sound file?
Complete thread -- Pt did not want extensive breathing measures including BiPAP and/sm
Complete thread -- I don't hear your audio
Complete thread -- it is not as strong at night?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- shows a simple benign stable cyst. _______ We will see him again in about six months
Complete thread -- He is a little bit slower at night and sometimes he _____ at night when he goes
Complete thread -- Prone knee ? is
Complete thread -- echo report. cannot determine what acronym is in findings.
Complete thread -- ortho note help, please.
Complete thread -- TIMI score?
Complete thread -- NM, stat and going to send in now.
Complete thread -- nevermind. thanks for looking. ...
Complete thread -- Will rule out acute coronary syndrome. Her *deema* score is 1. Please
Complete thread -- disk
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll flag.
Complete thread -- yes; just means certain conditions can affect the macula & in turn, oneís central vision
Complete thread -- a guess since can't hear it Might be Unifuse (infusion catheter)
Complete thread -- She misspoke. Probably Lumigan 0.03%, but you will have to flag/blank or whatever
Complete thread -- Pt has glaucoma. On *luvan zero point three percent.* I've searched
Complete thread -- all I can think of is "volar tip" instead of "hip" but a guess. Link sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thought so but spells and nothing after that he does say chlorapropamine but spells as
Complete thread -- niacin CR
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- multivitamin one tablet daily, __________ 500 mg daily, Protonix 40 mg daily
Complete thread -- got it... IV
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Leukocytosis resolved on ___ antibiotics?
Complete thread -- Does mild appearance make sense here?
Complete thread -- Leukocytosis resolved. __________ antibiotics.
Complete thread -- a history of?
Complete thread -- with diagnosis of leukocytosis, ______-community acquired pneumonia, septic shock
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Phew! Never heard this before. Thank you very much!
Complete thread -- maybe chlorpromazine??
Complete thread -- sounds like Nasonex and maybe Slow-Mag?
Complete thread -- mesenchymal cell
Complete thread -- I do it as one-to-one
Complete thread -- He has a history of allergy to lithium and to *chlorproma*.I was asked to evaluate a
Complete thread -- be making the bullet points i.e., ligamentum flavum hypertrophy.
Complete thread -- how do you write 1 to 1 here
Complete thread -- Marrow aspirate technique and _______ exposure.
Complete thread -- Awesome! Thank you.
Complete thread -- Medication spelled out as: N-a-s-o-e-x-s-o-m-a(or e)-g
Complete thread -- ...and like I said...
Complete thread -- Knee surgery. Thanks
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- correct follow up?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Does anyone else wonder about WHO named a medication Yer-a-spaz? (Urispas)
Complete thread -- same craniotomy. Bone flap was elevated using s/l low-vatt-sin. Underlying dura...et
Complete thread -- decompression craniotomy: Skin flap elevated using a s/l flair and monopolar cautery.
Complete thread -- glucose of 122, calcium is 9.4 __________, albumin of 3.2, WBC of
Complete thread -- thyroxine 3 (T3) 1.01
Complete thread -- O
Complete thread -- Thanks. It was myringotomy findings. No other context.
Complete thread -- Going with ++ and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- Findings. "Glue ++, both middle ears" or plus, plus?
Complete thread -- 30, troponin 0.017. __________1.01.
Complete thread -- just saying it's reticulocytopenia - not reticulocyte cytopenia per OP
Complete thread -- you're right!
Complete thread -- (it's the only thing to go with)
Complete thread -- s/l active "extrav" (whatever that means)
Complete thread -- Eccentric is pronounced in a couple of different ways. E-centric and Eck-centric.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot, sm. Really appreciate your help.
Complete thread -- I am going with 'eccentric.' Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think eccentric could make sense in your context, even if doc
Complete thread -- NM, going to change.
Complete thread -- s/l Ee-sentric
Complete thread -- This is the complete sentence, which I did not post originally:
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- Doc very clearly said the "t" in motile. Would I be amiss to change to mobile
Complete thread -- guess dictator mixed up wrist/versus hip surgery. W/be able to clarify sm
Complete thread -- I like the slash; fyi, it is the third toe getting amputated
Complete thread -- S/l volar hip traction. Cannot clearly hear 'retraction?'
Complete thread -- There are findings of... (not varying of)
Complete thread -- This is probably my best option. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- Thanks for all replies...I'm thinking of using a slash mark as follows...
Complete thread -- (meant to post below)
Complete thread -- thanx..that it
Complete thread -- google: drug diffusion "bystander effect"
Complete thread -- google: drug diffusion "bystander effect"
Complete thread -- you sure the first word is patient?
Complete thread -- listen for preclinical
Complete thread -- alternatively...
Complete thread -- disagree
Complete thread -- amputation of toe, other than the great toe, third toe on the left foot
Complete thread -- amputation of toe other than the great toe...
Complete thread -- hmm, ya got 6 dx, do they want numbers? Since clear & even, would go with it as is sm
Complete thread -- Left breast triple negative infiltrating ductal carcinoma, s/l brief* ...
Complete thread -- to "What on earth" telling on yourself; you don't do OPs, or would have heard this. SM
Complete thread -- Can anyone clarify for me what this NP means by this diagnosis?
Complete thread -- ok thank you.
Complete thread -- gosh, not sure; IF SURE no word after "be off", either flag or send it
Complete thread -- ? a right radial A line was placed
Complete thread -- nature across the joint, as well as (but can't get the blank)
Complete thread -- s/l bystander effect....Oops...didn't really type what I was questioning apparently
Complete thread -- unable to listen but Destination sheath is cap sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, all! Darlene, I think your research is spot on!
Complete thread -- yes, Xiaflex =adults with Dupuytren's contracture sm
Complete thread -- I think ok. varying=not all the same, multilevel=more than one place
Complete thread -- Patient contracture s/p Xiaflex for contracture. Finger was als ...
Complete thread -- as well as the _________ of the patientís
Complete thread -- A right _________ was placed via anesthesia and a Foley catheter
Complete thread -- maybe ? saying "clean" port (no infection/vegetations) a guess
Complete thread -- if this is sentence wondering about "separate the peritoneum from cord structures." sm
Complete thread -- can I leave it as is.. He does not dictate any medications or should I flag
Complete thread -- see definition
Complete thread -- see definition
Complete thread -- reads okay if you take out "with" specificially, an indirect etc.
Complete thread -- probably on an anticoagulant (ie., INR testing)
Complete thread -- ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) is a procedure that uses a
Complete thread -- s/l ekmo ? (CABG)
Complete thread -- what do you say to this? Can I leave as is?
Complete thread -- Transabdominal preperitoneal approach hernia repair. (see message)
Complete thread -- Exact sentence please
Complete thread -- removal of a port for chemotherapy
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you.
Complete thread -- many gray
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- distortions, she cannot seem to understand ... accept many clear aspects?
Complete thread -- Psych note...
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Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Navicath
Complete thread -- flow cephalad
Complete thread -- can you help , me with the
Complete thread -- I googled LIMA retractor and there were images and hits for it
Complete thread -- cabg - s/l LIMA or Leema or Lemar retractor?
Complete thread -- Wonder if he is pronouncing congruent incorrectly?
Complete thread -- ? There is one area in the right posterior wall that has a benign...
Complete thread -- thanks mt50
Complete thread -- was performed until the area was _____. At this point, there was
Complete thread -- out of each orifice. _____completely. _____ in the right posterior wall
Complete thread -- abate?
Complete thread -- I am hearing something like "to babe" the C7 root, not sure if it make sense, but it
Complete thread -- sounds like "to the apices seventh root"??
Complete thread -- therapeutic epidural injection to _____the C7 root
Complete thread -- google "hawaiian first names" for lots of great sites.
Complete thread -- ?aripiprazole (Abilify). Dosage fits. Check out drugs.com
Complete thread -- for patient names...thanks for that site.
Complete thread -- If you mean doctors' names try the link inside from Hawaii govt.
Complete thread -- Can you guys suggest a good site for searching names (Hawaiin account)
Complete thread -- I knew this account like the back of my hand and here it is gone. wit ...
Complete thread -- what on earth!
Complete thread -- s/l Provazol?
Complete thread -- just curious - do you expand CT, MRI, PET, etc?
Complete thread -- no mp3 file posted
Complete thread -- You don't usually expand labs, tests, etc. (non-disease entities) but your account might
Complete thread -- it's in diagnosis where standing instructions are to expand every abbr ...
Complete thread -- Immediately upon so doing, clear ascites began to leak from the incisi ...
Complete thread -- That's understood since it's a cancer tumor marker but again you don't have to expand it.
Complete thread -- ESWL (extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy) ...
Complete thread -- Shoot, it's not that!
Complete thread -- its cancer antigen (CA-125) ...
Complete thread -- CA probably is for cancer but never heard of changing it from CA-125
Complete thread -- got it. ...
Complete thread -- Does elevated CA-125 mean elevated cancer-125? ...
Complete thread -- I saw that too in my Google search efforts. I'll listen again. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Unifuse?
Complete thread -- of the vocal cord?
Complete thread -- Moving on... thanks if you tried!
Complete thread -- shaving was performed until the area was _____. At this point, there
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Later he says it again, and it sounds like 2 words, still can't find it.
Complete thread -- s/l S wall
Complete thread -- Some sort of vascular catheter?
Complete thread -- ESL from India, patient w/ multiple myeloma & amyloid disease s/l "woklecold"
Complete thread -- if you cannot listen...why guess
Complete thread -- St. John's Wort?
Complete thread -- huh? yes, there is. reticulocytopenia, deficiency in reticulocytes. sm & Link
Complete thread -- Yes!!!!!! Thanks you two. It is tidaling.
Complete thread -- s/l St. Bart? sm
Complete thread -- unable to listen but might be "bleeding"
Complete thread -- a guess tunnelling as in chest tube tunnelling (method of insertion) sm ****
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything, "He was doing (corrected to) It was in the middle"
Complete thread -- waiting for previous
Complete thread -- area where further shaving was performed until the area was ______. At this point
Complete thread -- He was doing _____ in the middle of the
Complete thread -- tidaling?
Complete thread -- Please help with this dictation. TY!
Complete thread -- consider: scalp Mohs surgery
Complete thread -- dox/carbo (not doxY)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no such thing. It's reticulocytopenia.
Complete thread -- google: what is latex
Complete thread -- no caps needed. Just the name of a substance.
Complete thread -- latex or Latex
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag it.
Complete thread -- not sure - spilling
Complete thread -- got it - reticulocyte
Complete thread -- s/l vertigal cytopenia, pls sm
Complete thread -- after blunt dissection to the mandible, i was able to obtain another "relling" sm
Complete thread -- doxy/carbo for lazy doctors who cannot say doxorubicin/carboplatin
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- s/l doss-ay-carbo TIA!
Complete thread -- Absolutely. Glad to be of a tiny bit of help :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for your confirmation, now I won't have to pend!
Complete thread -- Oh I think it is molding - then a new sentence
Complete thread -- Forgot to add, found in Stedman's O/G
Complete thread -- molding
Complete thread -- I've heard of modeling, but that doesn't seem to fit your s/l ...
Complete thread -- Me too, agreed. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Physical exam re: Infant head
Complete thread -- long time working and have never heard, but who knows.
Complete thread -- Hmm.I hear "metal" pretty clearly.Wonder if it's slang for removing hardware or something?
Complete thread -- I was wondering if it would be something meatal surgery... but I cannot figure out what
Complete thread -- Swear he's saying "scrap metal surgery"?
Complete thread -- Swear he's saying "scrap metal surgery"?
Complete thread -- Thats it! - thanks so much
Complete thread -- Daxas
Complete thread -- Thanks! Will go with "walked at midstance."
Complete thread -- Not sure about s/l, but I wouldn't put a comma after multiple, IMHO.
Complete thread -- No, he didn't, but I'll go with varus/valgus. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "dex-sus"
Complete thread -- Pt with age-related macular degeneration
Complete thread -- wow, this is new to me! Thanks BB!
Complete thread -- and here's a better one:
Complete thread -- google midstance gait - first site says:
Complete thread -- usually its varus/valgus, is he saying something like a slash or hyphen in there?
Complete thread -- There is Aveeno shampoo?
Complete thread -- ? is he shortening ketoconazole shampoo
Complete thread -- Revision of total knee arthroplasty. I have a couple of s/l inside...
Complete thread -- Ever heard of Keeno shampoo sm
Complete thread -- That is it, and thanks for the info
Complete thread -- Thanks for the Double-J, will make a note of that as well! :0)
Complete thread -- a guess aspergillosis (infection ruled out) sm
Complete thread -- I have medical spellcheck which would recognize atenolol :) but get your point
Complete thread -- I wonder that too
Complete thread -- Novartis
Complete thread -- he is making a switch from the everolimus provided by s/l nuartes,the sponsor
Complete thread -- not in 26 cm, but the others are correct. it is Double-J too.
Complete thread -- Thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- Could there be a change of mind or stutter and might it be just oral phase dysphagia?
Complete thread -- Would not hyphenate metric number, i.e. 26 cm
Complete thread -- not saying oropharyngeal phase dysphagia, saying s/l oro-foral phase dysphagia
Complete thread -- "The 6-French 26-cm double-J stent was then placed." Too many hyphens?
Complete thread -- No that is not it, but thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Guess ~ air space disease?
Complete thread -- 60% which is in the lower range of normal, as was her von Willebrand ____
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "as-tras-pis-li
Complete thread -- googled a drop differently and did not get as good reuslts
Complete thread -- Ah, that makes sense now. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- https://www.google.com/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=emg+bursts+and+trains&oq=emg+bursts+and+tra
Complete thread -- Thanks! Good to have confirmation. : )
Complete thread -- Did you google like this to research?
Complete thread -- gads. Meant drop the "OF",
Complete thread -- he had a twisting injury of his left ankle sustaining the injury ... drop the "to"
Complete thread -- 3 screws size 4.5 Cancellous Bone Screws: 4.0 mm - 4.5 mm cortical screw:
Complete thread -- Just checked archives and I think it is three 4.5 cancellous screws, so NM.
Complete thread -- Left tibialis anterior muscle showed bursts and trains with positive waves and fibril
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...and 3 *four five, uh* cancellous screws were placed ... Please
Complete thread -- injury of left ankle *sustaining* of the injury documented above.
Complete thread -- surface
Complete thread -- not so much, but you're welcome
Complete thread -- surface
Complete thread -- thanks. did not sound like either so i added a wav
Complete thread -- WOW! MT50 you are amazing! Thank you!
Complete thread -- I will add again. Think it got overridden
Complete thread -- have no idea. but he haD a surgery done not has
Complete thread -- CON-grewint or con-GREWint
Complete thread -- Sitz baths
Complete thread -- serial?
Complete thread -- raw area will be left behind which will have to be treated with dressings and ____
Complete thread -- listen for stim electrodes (fyi: hallucis)
Complete thread -- hyperlordotic
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- do you hear hypolordotic or hyperlordotic curve
Complete thread -- s/l serve or sieve
Complete thread -- Wave still not the right one...
Complete thread -- sure, but not there yet
Complete thread -- If that is it, he says it in an unusual way. Can you listen?
Complete thread -- s/l buprenorphine but not sure about 200 mg, maybe 200 mcg?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- congruent?
Complete thread -- shaving was performed until the area was *condurant*. At this point, there was
Complete thread -- Sterile dressings and a soft wrist and 'P1 block' applied. Typed correctly?
Complete thread -- Stuck on two medications (sm) can you listen in to the
Complete thread -- thank you MT50!
Complete thread -- Vicodin p.r.n., Pepcid, _____, hydrochlorothiazide, omeprazole
Complete thread -- ?block
Complete thread -- about spellcheck...
Complete thread -- The old mesh was in the form of a thick _____ which was folded up and displaced away
Complete thread -- listen for "undersensed hypoglycemia"
Complete thread -- Had I not submitted the report, I would have heard LUTS, but I only heard WTS.
Complete thread -- guitar lessons
Complete thread -- NM, short note and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Is a musician and would like to teach the *car-lih-sins* to veterans.
Complete thread -- Postpolio syndrome - see msg. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as you have it, as he dictated. I'm not sure anyone would know
Complete thread -- is doctor referring to how many units, or is he talking about time of day?
Complete thread -- ignore the "type of" the s/l is unsensed hypoglycemia. Spellch ...
Complete thread -- s/l "unsensed"
Complete thread -- Thanks for this. That drove me crazy yesterday!
Complete thread -- ahhh ok
Complete thread -- ? L4-5 laminectomy and fusion
Complete thread -- 0.1 TO 0.2
Complete thread -- either/or - it depends on your account specifics
Complete thread -- good job
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- visits?
Complete thread -- Given the history, the __(2:09)that were documented by Dr. Andrew Hecht
Complete thread -- good thinking
Complete thread -- yes, but we can't tell if "rheumatology" is part of the s/l
Complete thread -- ? left (ad)renal atrophy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- shows a left *renal attribute* which he has had before, a simple cyst and a right kid
Complete thread -- From yesterday: S/L WTS It was LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms). Thanks!
Complete thread -- roentgenograms
Complete thread -- CBD of 7.5 (common bile duct)
Complete thread -- hmm. Link rheumatology panel, might see something
Complete thread -- Some patients with SLE go to a rheumatologist.
Complete thread -- I'll go back and listen. Thanks for the suggestion. nm
Complete thread -- ?Coombs positivity
Complete thread -- What's your question? Your words outside don't exactly match those inside...
Complete thread -- save a copy to your desktop for reference to "their routines" sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- rheumatology ___ positivity sm
Complete thread -- peritomy
Complete thread -- pressure and then the conjunctival *pretty me* was placed
Complete thread -- was then inserted, *appeared to be free* of retinal tissue
Complete thread -- here is how it is pronounces Gaucher's (go-SHAYZ) disease
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Orthopaedic follow-up is indicated with follow-up _____
Complete thread -- dell - a small depression or dimple
Complete thread -- On the inner medial cheek,
Complete thread -- sorry cannot hear a wav
Complete thread -- fulguration
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- Inspection of the bladder revealed ___ and possible ulcerations of the ...
Complete thread -- pedophilia?
Complete thread -- Makes much more sense. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- interstices?
Complete thread -- no MP3 yet
Complete thread -- eventually ___ AUA score sheet?
Complete thread -- PROC: CYSTO, _______ SMALL BLADDER TUMOR AND
Complete thread -- Very active male patient with inguinal hernia.
Complete thread -- actually one cup a day and he is going to _____ daily a score sheet.
Complete thread -- purulence?
Complete thread -- Patient with Crohn's disease and anal fistula.
Complete thread -- Sounds something like dictators and "Peterfilia". Any ideas? Tx
Complete thread -- tks saw that also - not sure either...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- you are brilliant
Complete thread -- the archives here suggests Gaucher
Complete thread -- genetic factor work up as she is a carrier for s/l 'Galshayís' and factor VI
Complete thread -- Did you erase someone else's wav just to post your own?
Complete thread -- No, because someone posted over your wav. Kind of rude, don't you think?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- It comes in 0.1 mg and 0.2 mg. That's it. Perhaps he stumbled.
Complete thread -- EMLA cream (pronounced emmalah by some docs) would be
Complete thread -- It was taken down to the level of the spine and the esophagus was diss ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Medication s/l emlocreme and Xanax (see message)
Complete thread -- can you help me with this wav
Complete thread -- With likely chemoradiation
Complete thread -- patient is on: Kapvay 0.12 0.2 mg q.h.s...... Just wondering what he meant is 0
Complete thread -- Indiana's Marquette Plan? ...
Complete thread -- skilled care in indiana s/l mar-kett
Complete thread -- He was made aware that the patient needed a large resection along with ...
Complete thread -- Hi all, any help is appreciated. Listed in PSH: L4-5 *Lillingham* fusion. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- chylous cyst.
Complete thread -- that he did have a (s/l ky-L-is cyst )aspirated from adjacent to the second and third
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Could it be Krames?
Complete thread -- part of it is ACOG
Complete thread -- has been given the (s/l RANs and COG information pamphlet) on heavy menstrual bleedin
Complete thread -- thanks heard that too
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- PRI? has been done.
Complete thread -- distal CBD during intraoperative cholangiogram. We can get a postoperative ERCP
Complete thread -- posted thanks
Complete thread -- pls post your wav again. i posted mine without refreshing the page. s ...
Complete thread -- _____ trach change done in the hospital before discharge
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot you people. ...
Complete thread -- Create a shortcut on your desktop to this website and figure out in advance how to
Complete thread -- ..pain radiated to the back. It happened once before. It was not bilious...
Complete thread -- back; it happened once before with nonbilious
Complete thread -- it happened once before, it was non-
Complete thread -- that's a good suggestion. I do that also and it often works.
Complete thread -- The pain radiated to the back and _____ bilious, vomiting and her ultr ...
Complete thread -- Listen, listen again, and again, then leave a blank, then listen again 10
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! I saw Wilms tumor also, but it really didn't fit. I'll let you know.
Complete thread -- and I couldn't find it until you posted.
Complete thread -- You are correct on both. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- The first might be parenchymal. The second could be "was, however,
Complete thread -- 1. s/l paratemal hyperintensities. 2. s/l hyber negative
Complete thread -- a good headset/earphones
Complete thread -- new transcriptionist here
Complete thread -- LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms)
Complete thread -- thanks BB. I just copied off the page I found and didn't research any farther.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops...I meant to say does NOT fit
Complete thread -- bingo; but Baro-CAT.
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense (as mentioned),"on the strength of=(the test)
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- I saw this too, but was too unsure so didn't post it. i tried every combo of letters that
Complete thread -- hmm...probably does fit your context.
Complete thread -- Wilms tumors (WTs) are genetically heterogeneous kidney tumors whose cells of origin are
Complete thread -- READI-CAT. ģ The Readi-Cat oral contrast is not iodine-based; it is barium-based
Complete thread -- Radiologist is saying "bear cat" oral contrast
Complete thread -- OR...seen previously
Complete thread -- I do not think this makes sense, but that is just my opinion. also,
Complete thread -- agree...just because someone else used it, don't assume it is right.
Complete thread -- Do you think that is a correct judgment call?
Complete thread -- Flagging. Thanks!
Complete thread -- dunno. sounds pretty clear and previous MT (I'm new) also used
Complete thread -- Preoperative DX: Vesical outlet obstruction, **WTS** Have no idea? (male Pt)
Complete thread -- BTW, it's no long-term "effect," not affect.
Complete thread -- Makes perfect sense.
Complete thread -- thank you! it is hydromorphone
Complete thread -- male I have seen previously?
Complete thread -- This is a 56-year-old male _____. The patient was seen here before because of prematu
Complete thread -- "on the stregnth of that".... Does that make sense in context or should I
Complete thread -- thanks... think I also hear in a section fashion
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks so much, mn
Complete thread -- bear s/m
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything at that first blank. Biopsies were then done ? with double biopsies
Complete thread -- new expression "this bears itself out"... Am I spelling correctly or would it be bare
Complete thread -- I found Exalgo (but did not research it)
Complete thread -- one at the apex, just the one toward the apex, and the right side of the prostate.
Complete thread -- got it. P-stim
Complete thread -- requested "PEA stim" (
Complete thread -- Ty. Ironically, my Stedman's Spellchecker wanted it changed to AquaCiser. :)
Complete thread -- s/l ex-owl-col 8 mg bid
Complete thread -- epinephrine _____ at the base of the apex ... Biopsies ______ with double biopsies; t
Complete thread -- Exam reveals nodularity of the ____ apex and ____ toward the apex and the
Complete thread -- it's Biotene mouthwash (not biotin)
Complete thread -- lateral medulla white matter
Complete thread -- can you tell me if I typed this sentence correctly?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- I can't find Humalog in the dose mentioned, either
Complete thread -- my take
Complete thread -- (but I can't find Lantus in that dose either)
Complete thread -- I bet it is Lantus and he's saying it wrong. I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- per se...
Complete thread -- trademarks are always in all caps, but may include case-specific specimens
Complete thread -- It does sound like he might have a problem with hoarding although Dr. ...
Complete thread -- can you catch that med?
Complete thread -- Bless you -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN)
Complete thread -- sounds like "pin"
Complete thread -- Stedman's is known to have some errors. I'd go with the trademark.
Complete thread -- lateral medulla white matter sm
Complete thread -- My Sted's Ortho has Aquaciser, but my research leads me to believe it's AquaCiser.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- hmm..could be. I already sent it in with a blank. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Yep, you heard it right.
Complete thread -- Skin edge hemostasis
Complete thread -- They were separated from surrounding tissue
Complete thread -- into the wound. _____ hemostasis was
Complete thread -- pls
Complete thread -- There was __________ surrounding tissue
Complete thread -- *Closed* devitalized tissue
Complete thread -- s/l skin edge hemostasis
Complete thread -- and not made anymore, from what I saw.
Complete thread -- has not seen or spotted any blood,
Complete thread -- Of course! I've heard that before but had forgotten. Thanks a bunch, oscar
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- VBAC? - vaginal birth after cesarean
Complete thread -- Removal of growth from labia in December 2010. She had "V-bag" in 2011.
Complete thread -- Type "size F" in archives. Don't see anything for "size S"
Complete thread -- ugh oops
Complete thread -- ?Lantus
Complete thread -- 5 mg (not mm)
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- and a little discomfort. ______ spotted any blood and there
Complete thread -- day to help him ______ prostate cancer and he is agreeable to go ahead.
Complete thread -- peer to peer?
Complete thread -- peer evaluation (a guess)
Complete thread -- (Metrecal is a diet system from the 1960s)
Complete thread -- ? Metrogyl
Complete thread -- pure guess (new PMH/PSH) Metrecal registered trademark dietary for weight control SM **
Complete thread -- I agree, all the sizes I see are numbers, not letters.
Complete thread -- s/l simatroline may be somatropin + click link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- google.com then add in Zimmer.com or Zimmer website, then click "products"
Complete thread -- pink?
Complete thread -- derogatory?
Complete thread -- perturbed by commanding and _____ auditory hallucinations.
Complete thread -- HEENT: Conjunctivae *thin*, anicteric sclerae.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- drug sounds like "Somatroline" 12 mg every 28 days.
Complete thread -- That's probably it. He's just mispronouncing med. Thanks!
Complete thread -- electrolytes
Complete thread -- budesonide
Complete thread -- s/l bue-ton-uh-side TIA!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Once this was taken down we then identified the fascia, the fascia...
Complete thread -- for posterior approach to the hip.
Complete thread -- BUN 9, creatinine 0.5. ______ within normal limits.
Complete thread -- s or f - pretty sure I hear S but cannot document either
Complete thread -- incision for _________hip. AND electrocautery. __________we identified the fascia
Complete thread -- never mind got it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- visual internal urethrotomy
Complete thread -- cystoscopy, a visual _____ arthrotomy, insertion
Complete thread -- s/ Metrecal tablets sm
Complete thread -- cavity and sharp _________ of the polyp and endometrial
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- boggy
Complete thread -- More info
Complete thread -- markedly thickened and irregular with ___________broad based polyps
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Uterus retroverted and slightly _______.
Complete thread -- persistent DUB (dysfunctional uterine bleeding)
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Menometrorrhagia, _____ DUB.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, there's definitely a j sound at the beginning. Thanks.
Complete thread -- vitiligo?
Complete thread -- Gonioscopy
Complete thread -- Not it, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- lentigo?
Complete thread -- s/l jeligo of the skin
Complete thread -- pain med s/l Lanton
Complete thread -- uploaded
Complete thread -- No idea, but it should be "this patient's needs." as it is only 1 patient.
Complete thread -- letter of appeal s/l appeal to veel
Complete thread -- will use in future. Thanks a lot. M seeing this via my mobile. ...
Complete thread -- A stealth incision was marked. (took about 2 minutes for me to research it)
Complete thread -- Flagged. Have a good day. ...
Complete thread -- A _____ incision was marked out over the temporal region and the patie ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- windowsill
Complete thread -- 2013 when he was playing on a _____ and fell approximately three feet. ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bother
Complete thread -- The patient was diagnosed with bladder outlet obstruction and with an ...
Complete thread -- yeah. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I guess it fits as he also says "clean blue towels"
Complete thread -- thanks anyway. putting it since i too hear the same. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like - two clean? (though not sure if it fits)
Complete thread -- Using _____ retractors, the breast pocket was exposed. ...
Complete thread -- most likely. i here *utero* pulmonary group also. ...
Complete thread -- #1 - and has not been reviewed by our ??
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2 - as expected
Complete thread -- Since his diagnosis was made at an outside hospital, _____ pulmonary g ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- shortage
Complete thread -- The patient was unable to get mitomycin due to natural _____ so he has ...
Complete thread -- I'll make it 3 to 0.
Complete thread -- 2 to 1. majority wins. :-) ...
Complete thread -- a lower?
Complete thread -- thanks. sounded little to me too but was not sure. should i put little ...
Complete thread -- archives show small corticectomy, sounds like little corticectomy.
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. will get the file back. ...
Complete thread -- I hear chronic diarrhea
Complete thread -- I was trying, but there was no mp3 :(
Complete thread -- chronic pancreatitis?
Complete thread -- flagged. ...
Complete thread -- Bipolar electrocautery was again used for hemostasis and _____ cortice ...
Complete thread -- Chronic ______.
Complete thread -- TY. nm
Complete thread -- not a big deal. :)
Complete thread -- sphincterotomy, (done to try & get any stones that are stuck)
Complete thread -- In PMH: s/l bile duct sphenerotomy sm
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Mirizzi syndrome
Complete thread -- ? elective lysis
Complete thread -- s/l "Maurit-zee"
Complete thread -- thank you... it's just me making a mountain out of a mole hill :)
Complete thread -- for diverticulitis?
Complete thread -- and, this (if QA came back at you) would NOT be a patient care error. To me, it would be
Complete thread -- I'm glad someone is on my side, and not questioning me with every answer I give.
Complete thread -- oops, ok. (i'm really lb too)
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- familiar with the hospital
Complete thread -- my point exactly, so i just want to be sure to type it correctly sm.
Complete thread -- but, how do you know for 100% sure they use a generic?
Complete thread -- I've worked in several hospital and doctor's offices and they never used the brand name
Complete thread -- i did not know band-aid was appropriate in lower case since it's a brand
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- b/c they use other than the brand name
Complete thread -- why do you think it's generic?
Complete thread -- I just do band-aid for generic. Not sure how others do. I never change to bandage, since
Complete thread -- Band-Aid generic?
Complete thread -- most what I see is electrolysis, a process for permanent hair removal.
Complete thread -- diverticulitis
Complete thread -- of course, sorry about that!
Complete thread -- agree with cm (s)period making it sound like 'speriod'
Complete thread -- whatever - I was trying to show the word in any context is garbage.
Complete thread -- either in this case
Complete thread -- centimeters....(s)period.
Complete thread -- all you had to do was google polycythemia; less time than posting here
Complete thread -- was then advanced to approximately 60 cm _____. Significant
Complete thread -- wrong way to google
Complete thread -- Nexium?
Complete thread -- Not sure which one?
Complete thread -- #2 is end-tissue disease
Complete thread -- medication s/l nurexium
Complete thread -- timolol?
Complete thread -- s/l still-all 0.5% for glaucoma
Complete thread -- Many, many thanks.
Complete thread -- The red wale sign refers to the linear, red streak sometimes noted atop an esophageal
Complete thread -- red wale
Complete thread -- s/l "redwell" marks
Complete thread -- LB: humm, strange, must be a glitch, I opened "here twice" & got it up
Complete thread -- when I click her link I get a page, not just search?
Complete thread -- I think blood labs. no clue on the 2nd word though.
Complete thread -- Stedman's Neuro has it as 2 words.
Complete thread -- just posterocentral on Google 14,400 hits. posterior central 95,400 hits
Complete thread -- with nothing on it, just the search box to type a word.
Complete thread -- no, when I clicked the link, it is the google home page.
Complete thread -- thx so much...always miss this one
Complete thread -- klebsiella
Complete thread -- s/l....clip-si-la...sm
Complete thread -- maybe blood labs?
Complete thread -- what does blood line mean in this context though? I have never heard that...
Complete thread -- her blood line. no clue on #2.
Complete thread -- I know lb, I meant to "show an entire page", plus what I entered
Complete thread -- 2 blanks need help please...
Complete thread -- polycythemia rubra vera
Complete thread -- Many thanks
Complete thread -- Googled as 1 word got about 11000+ hits, 2 words 37,100,000 results.
Complete thread -- google "rubrivera" - you get 40 garbage hits
Complete thread -- (pssst, Darlene, you posted the google link)
Complete thread -- polycythemia rubra vera
Complete thread -- click link I think either would work, but would depend if your employer has a preferece
Complete thread -- In "polycythemia rubrivera", is the rubrivera one word or two...
Complete thread -- 2 words.
Complete thread -- posterior central herniation or posterocentral herniation?
Complete thread -- no clue, sorry!
Complete thread -- could be, thanks.
Complete thread -- yep got that... thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it did, thank you!
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- don't know what he says initially, but says "excuse me" there as if he is correcting.
Complete thread -- advanced to approximately 60 cm *spirits*
Complete thread -- unless doc is flying and s/l ploomerase ?
Complete thread -- see if pulvinar fits.
Complete thread -- not need to have to stop his medications, and we will arrange
Complete thread -- s/l ** apovenar ** or ** a povenar ** or **a pove in R **
Complete thread -- Yep! Hope it helps you!
Complete thread -- po∑ly∑mer∑ase. noun \pə-ˈlim-ə-r‚s; ˈpš-lə-mə-ˌr‚s, -ˌr‚z\.
Complete thread -- cystoscopy and he does ______ to stop his medications and will arrange
Complete thread -- is what? polymerase is not pronounced like that, if that is your ???
Complete thread -- . He has had a coronary bypass _______.
Complete thread -- that is an awesome site! Thank you f g j j g j!!!!
Complete thread -- Polymerase chain reaction (is this pronounced "flu mer is?"
Complete thread -- Dirk Bavel ??? (I found Mr Dirk Van Bavel)
Complete thread -- recently been under the care of _____who is an orthopaedic surgeon
Complete thread -- thanks f g j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- could he be saying something about the phallus?
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- does the word effectively make sense here?
Complete thread -- okay, sounds like that word, but.. pls sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no hyphen. after lap chole he feels better.
Complete thread -- In Greek, the word "omphalos" means navel. ???
Complete thread -- ? try chordee
Complete thread -- post laparoscopic cholecystectomy or post-laparoscopic cholecystectomy?
Complete thread -- s/l "cord-eye"
Complete thread -- unclear word pls sm
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- sure, jockey-style underwear keeps the scrotum supported. no need to capitalize it.
Complete thread -- thanks - was close
Complete thread -- I advised him to wear more of a *Jockey* underwear and also to try some Motrin
Complete thread -- induration of shaft and urethra
Complete thread -- There is no induration _____ urethra.
Complete thread -- I would actually write her real name and not a nickname.
Complete thread -- I believe it's Jessica Masser. How would you spell "Jessie" for Jessica??
Complete thread -- PCP Dr. Jessie s/l Masser in Johnstown, PA. I found a Jessica Masser, but wasn't
Complete thread -- thanks, will relisten for that?
Complete thread -- Adaptive Support Ventilation (ASV)?
Complete thread -- During her hospital course, she has been tried on various modes of ventilation
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- disease, largely below the...
Complete thread -- severe peripheral arterial disease _____ below the trifurcation, worse on the right.
Complete thread -- got it, citalopram, brain fog this morning I guess
Complete thread -- patient has glaucoma and hypertension. Meds include s/l metalopram, Diovan,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- probably "uh" band (like ummmm) - and incision was placeD (not place)
Complete thread -- current report.
Complete thread -- CAT scan and ______ report were both reviewed.
Complete thread -- The symblepharon appeared to *a band* from the lateral canthal area into the conjunct
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- suggested one aspirin a day, and we are treating with medical-grade
Complete thread -- We have suggested _______ during the day and we are treating with medical
Complete thread -- that would hardly make sense
Complete thread -- yes, it would be reline. Using the flap to line the gullet. NOT realign. S
Complete thread -- I agree with "realign his external neck"
Complete thread -- Rhode Island VA Hospital
Complete thread -- (no)
Complete thread -- it would be reline, actually
Complete thread -- s/l cardiate couplet; might be cardiac output (can check ejection fraction this way too
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- compartment areas, uhm, period.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "horse chestnut seed extract is used...for chronic venous insufficiency.
Complete thread -- there is something before the period :)
Complete thread -- We have advised medical grade support stockings and _______. She describes on this o
Complete thread -- areas period [to end the sentence]
Complete thread -- i found it myself.nm
Complete thread -- pain and swelling particularly in the anterior compartment area ______
Complete thread -- thanks so much, VMT
Complete thread -- okey dokey!
Complete thread -- I hear _____ intact on examination
Complete thread -- Pfannenstiel
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- DISCUSSED lesion versus deep brain stimulation surgery
Complete thread -- transvere "vaninsdal or van insdal" incision.
Complete thread -- Is realign the correct word? (it would'nt be reline, right?)
Complete thread -- I reposted it.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything on the mp3. might just be me though
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Faroqi Muhammed in Ny/Nj area. i cannot find him
Complete thread -- She has no visual complaints and is ____ on practical examination
Complete thread -- I don't know, maybe I'm going to go with dorsa. My QA is so insane.
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks. I actually found where she said it that way elsewhere,
Complete thread -- dorsum
Complete thread -- not an ESL, "dorsi." suggestions for rewording?
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to the abdomen with a *T-ball* in a flat pos ...
Complete thread -- There IS
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with a Wet & Dry and (bacitracin) ointment was placed...
Complete thread -- The patientís wounds were then cleaned with a wet dry and _____ was pl ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- short for Metzenbaum scissors - surgical scissors designed for cutting delicate tissue.
Complete thread -- The dura was then opened using dural *Metz/mets*. ...
Complete thread -- The choanae are the posterior apertures of the nose
Complete thread -- choana
Complete thread -- There is a nasal septal deviation. Nasopharyngolaryngoscopy shows sm
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- polyphasicity
Complete thread -- help please
Complete thread -- especially if those are her ?? below about names. she didn't even BOO. Rude. I know
Complete thread -- I have to agree. When someone is trying to help you on this board, a thank you, or some
Complete thread -- Hard to tell. Your choice to either flag, or type as dictated.
Complete thread -- Definitely hard to tell. He clearly says it in the procedure but leaves it out in
Complete thread -- Could be anything.
Complete thread -- When he repeats procedure in impression, he completely leaves bursoscopy out and states it
Complete thread -- There is a bursoscopy. Maybe he did the bursoscopy, then bursectomy?
Complete thread -- There is a LOT of work going on here for you! You could have the common courtesy
Complete thread -- I found Dr. Karl Frederick Stephens, MD, but he's an eye doc.
Complete thread -- Glenohumeral arthroscopy and subacromial *bursoscopy* bursectomy and injection of ..
Complete thread -- You should sign differently, this looks like ring doc.
Complete thread -- OH...GOT IT. "another refeRING hospital" ok. now, lemme look
Complete thread -- wait, was a single lady??
Complete thread -- I hear ya. There are few hospitals in RI, and none of them had pie, unless it was hiding
Complete thread -- Nope, can't find it, which is why I sent the link, thinking maybe something
Complete thread -- LOL, I'll go one better, what is Rhode Island Pie Hospital? bakery/hospital?
Complete thread -- also, formal name is: Alice Agatha Kufs CFNP
Complete thread -- found Alice A. Kufs, NP (googled Alice kufs NP new york, 2nd link down)
Complete thread -- I don't mean anything, I wanted the OP to explain what she had "ring doctor" What else
Complete thread -- alice kufs, NP, *and her name is spelled KUFS, she is at ENT (Allergy) Associates
Complete thread -- what do you mean by that?
Complete thread -- dr Alice Kufs ENT Associates Long Island New Hyde Park)
Complete thread -- a 'ring' doctor?
Complete thread -- ring doctor.this dictator is impossible. everything is s/l
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone. I flagged.
Complete thread -- can you actually trace this doctor. that is what i thought he said but can't find any evi
Complete thread -- and no one is arguing that it wasn't. That was just an idea to try. Geeze.
Complete thread -- Burrino
Complete thread -- Cathy Dunne with .....? Dr. Gary Burreno, blah-blah-blah New York
Complete thread -- see anything here?
Complete thread -- can you make out this name?
Complete thread -- Looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- is this correct?
Complete thread -- is this correct?
Complete thread -- agree with gold weight placement, is what I heard too.
Complete thread -- yea, that's me that typed that hint below.
Complete thread -- gold weight placement?
Complete thread -- at this point there is no indication for a ____ in the right lid especially as the
Complete thread -- but it's poly-oli (twin-to-twin transfusion)
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- and if he didn't, who would be in trouble? not you.
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- polyploidy
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- would it be poly-oli or poli-oli?? ...
Complete thread -- Nuchal translucency of 1.0 for each twin. However, at the time of a r ...
Complete thread -- then he should say that or give some indication other than what she has. I'd STILL
Complete thread -- 8th cranial nerve not nerves, and agree with lb, all that is neuro.
Complete thread -- as in rinse with fluid & suck fluid out (is what i meant)
Complete thread -- once he irrigated, maybe he aspirated it.
Complete thread -- I'd leave it. He very well may have done all 3. ?
Complete thread -- why would he aspirate? a wound?? From just that bit of info, I'd flag.
Complete thread -- (not suddenly) they subsequently took 2 chair lift rides in order to ....
Complete thread -- It all fits under the neuro heading, I would not separate it.
Complete thread -- Once, he says irrigation and DEBRIDEMENT of wound but then later says irrigation and
Complete thread -- New Jersey Medical School or University of Medical and Dentistry of NJ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- Should this be separated into 2 paragraphs i.e. neuro and then HEENT
Complete thread -- What is NJMS-NJDMS? New Jersey...?
Complete thread -- looking for a Dr. Nelos or Neelas or Nilas of oral maxillofacial surgery (maB in NJMS
Complete thread -- they suddenly took ___ in order to find the ski patrol
Complete thread -- cardiac couplet?
Complete thread -- carotid doppler s/l cardiate couplet
Complete thread -- flagged it
Complete thread -- to check on a known existing meningioma
Complete thread -- half-azzed is as half-azzed does
Complete thread -- reason for MRI would help
Complete thread -- might check back, I think poi is rad, might be able to get IT
Complete thread -- the term TR shows up a lot on google, might want to open and read + link
Complete thread -- MRI technique, been doing this guy for 5 years, never heard this...s.m.
Complete thread -- end on= the end (view) is forward or toward the observer sm ****examples
Complete thread -- All I do know is that WHOEVER put the copy and paste is half-azzed. if that was not
Complete thread -- Yes, me too. If you can substitute a name, i.e., Dr. Nephrology's consult
Complete thread -- gonna flag to be sure
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- Debate nephrology's consult for surveillance to medicine.
Complete thread -- I really don't think either of those sound right. ?
Complete thread -- chest CT question "and on" or "end on"
Complete thread -- riboflavin (vitamin B2) ??
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks.
Complete thread -- no, i think he meant to say a unipolar arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Ortho note ...
Complete thread -- med help.. s/l "Lithoflavin" one tablet by mouth twice day. sm for Dx
Complete thread -- Thank you! I belive you are right! :)
Complete thread -- before the s/l : just the numbered list of medications.
Complete thread -- sennosides
Complete thread -- what's said before the s/l?
Complete thread -- tape may have skipped a little at the start of the word
Complete thread -- drug list: s/l Venicides 1 tablet every 3 days q.h.s.
Complete thread -- overt CHF.
Complete thread -- Thank you! Instead of prominent right L's lobe... prominent Riedel's lobe :)
Complete thread -- prominent Riedel's lobe?
Complete thread -- blank s/l L's lobe?
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- It's nice, isn't it, when you're better than you thought you were!
Complete thread -- I would do it just like you did but flag. It could mean almost
Complete thread -- Hmm, I just found NEC in context of knee, but I'm not sure what it
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks!! ...
Complete thread -- Doc giving list of past illnesses. I can't figure out this one...
Complete thread -- there actually is an empty can test on the shoulder, so you got it
Complete thread -- shoulder pain/range of motion
Complete thread -- thank you... no nothing else. I will flag it.
Complete thread -- ? huh
Complete thread -- thanks for info; just can't get it
Complete thread -- that is what is dictated
Complete thread -- too bad: undercut
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- what was dictated?
Complete thread -- absolutely not. type as dictated.
Complete thread -- patient complaint, please, and doc specialty
Complete thread -- are you sure about #1?
Complete thread -- should I use mL to be on safe side?
Complete thread -- No clinical evidence of overt _____.
Complete thread -- You would use cc and NOT mL here right - pl sm
Complete thread -- Thank you!! nm
Complete thread -- fluid-filled, dilated esophagus for next time google.com enter CT chest fluid filled etc
Complete thread -- undercut?
Complete thread -- flagged. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- undermine?
Complete thread -- The dissection proceeded from medial to lateral taking care to empty o ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I see "thoracic esophageal distention" on Google. Not sure about fluid-filled.
Complete thread -- First the patient had sinus symptoms that mostly resolved but has...?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- The patient had sinus _____ has nasal obstruction, has frequent sinus ...
Complete thread -- CT shows >>fluid-filled thoracic esophagus distention<< sm
Complete thread -- yes, thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- Thanks for help! I'll listen again with that in mind.
Complete thread -- arytenoid? WAG
Complete thread -- I mean, if anyone is interested, this is kind of interesting sm
Complete thread -- Item in surgical history that I'm not getting...
Complete thread -- sst
Complete thread -- SST, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Heineke Mikulicz - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- Same poster as directly below, s/l hynekeem mikalutz technique
Complete thread -- "FFT s/l ventome deviation"
Complete thread -- you all are welcome to apply at Softscript.com - I've been there over 8 years
Complete thread -- got it - venom
Complete thread -- some kind of allergy, but not medication, s/l pennem sm plse
Complete thread -- I hear sufficiently
Complete thread -- I think I can hear basically.
Complete thread -- You DON'T know it's me. That's the point.
Complete thread -- Thank you both so much! I had Googled all kinds of ways...nm
Complete thread -- How easy was that ! Thanks so much !
Complete thread -- They ask the world, but the pay is probably ?...
Complete thread -- mC
Complete thread -- millicoulombs?
Complete thread -- ECT term (sm)
Complete thread -- physical activity can help lower blood pressure. sm
Complete thread -- I replied UNDER JZ to JZ. if the thread continued after that, How in the
Complete thread -- just sharing in case some MTs looking for straight MTing. Posted today
Complete thread -- click on the green listen to WAV and wait until it loads and it should play
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Loxin
Complete thread -- of course.... I knew what was meant,
Complete thread -- How do I hear the wav files? I cannot open any of them?
Complete thread -- list of meds (see msg.)
Complete thread -- I hear your wav now; it sure isn't "essentially"
Complete thread -- you are talking to the wrong poster
Complete thread -- Blood pressure is_____ controlled for her age. Repeat BNP in the morning.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ? essentially
Complete thread -- Blood pressure is *physicially* controlled for her age.
Complete thread -- transurethral resection of the bladder tumor
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- circumcision, cystoscopy with resection?
Complete thread -- history of bladder cancer, status post ________, cystoscopy _____ for resection of th
Complete thread -- you obviously copied and pasted what came up which was good, but you
Complete thread -- got it ""which we will treat for her soon with serial curettage and diathermy""
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- hypertrophy of
Complete thread -- Sorry... looks ok. going with it
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: _____ tonsils and adenoids, deviated nasal septum.
Complete thread -- later he says "high low machine." i'm guessing it was a scissor
Complete thread -- s/l D A T profile
Complete thread -- Sorry - terrible audio.
Complete thread -- i actually think this is just "with"
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- Who is half-azzed, please? What are you talking about?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no, I do not
Complete thread -- s/L temperature, curettage and diathermy. Definitely curettage and diathermy
Complete thread -- Thanks, everyone! That's exactly what I was thinking, but what he means
Complete thread -- me too. Gallup poll .. "I was 'poll Gallup' with Gallup poll." probably
Complete thread -- First thing I think of is something about a Gallup poll
Complete thread -- he/she half-azzed copied and pasted the first thing that came up on the
Complete thread -- You need to paste and copy ALL of it, so it is not so ambiguous. it really had
Complete thread -- ESL doing psych note. He's a bit clipped at times or awkward in choice of words,
Complete thread -- which we will treat for her with _______ and diathermy at the Dermatology Outpatient
Complete thread -- There is a Hi-Lo manufacturing company, makes pulleys and also
Complete thread -- osteolytic?
Complete thread -- with cues
Complete thread -- feet with contact guard assist with occasional *cooz*
Complete thread -- minimal assistance *Curtis* contact guard assist
Complete thread -- s/l osto stick tumor
Complete thread -- do you know any more details of where pt was when he fell?
Complete thread -- ? Multaq
Complete thread -- Patient hit his head on a *high low* and passed out.
Complete thread -- and if you HAD such a sound, further investigation would be required
Complete thread -- exactly!
Complete thread -- the ultrasound was for "further investigation" of a bruit - it did not SHOW the bruit.
Complete thread -- not so sure a bruit would show on an ultrasound, it is a sound.
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. It means the connecting (anastomoses/joining) of a graft to a graft sm
Complete thread -- could it be the name of a facility?
Complete thread -- thanks to all - it's good to be amongst great company
Complete thread -- it was a clear s/l, so i put spiders......
Complete thread -- Thanks, will listen again with that in mind.
Complete thread -- bruit? (broo-wee)
Complete thread -- you need to read more on this helper
Complete thread -- s/l Boo-wee
Complete thread -- I bet he means spider angiomata - I have a doc who calls those "spiders" too.
Complete thread -- wondering if spider angiomata, related to liver disease, but doesnt state it on exam? WHA?
Complete thread -- is he hallucinating due to DTs? Neither really fit that I can discern from that info?
Complete thread -- need to fix tenses. There is no B12 ... and is unremarkable.
Complete thread -- thank you - Spiders on exam ??
Complete thread -- home care vs. subacute rehab vs. s/l mallcheck TIA!
Complete thread -- coffee-ground emesis
Complete thread -- what is correct? coffee-ground, coffee grounds, coffeeground?
Complete thread -- s/l spiders or sliders ?
Complete thread -- there is ALWAYS more information...
Complete thread -- therefore only conservative treatment _____ and also go to rehab for the fracture rec
Complete thread -- for detection of lupus anticoagulant (not lupus itself)
Complete thread -- no, they don't compound a 500 mg tablet, they take the number of pills divided throughou
Complete thread -- of course, he might be thinking of the suspension, 100 mg/5 mL, but regardless,
Complete thread -- absolutely NOT 5 mg. flag it. even children receive anywhere from 200 up to 1600 mg
Complete thread -- Sildenafil and tadalafil. Sildenafil (Revatio, Viagra) and tadalafil (Cialis, Adcirca) are
Complete thread -- donor chondroplasty
Complete thread -- continue taking Tegretol "5" per day. SM
Complete thread -- yes, thanks
Complete thread -- Russell's viper venom time (dRVVT) is a laboratory test often used for detection of lupus
Complete thread -- Possibly doing a s/l dorchondroplasty versus OATS procedure to the knee.
Complete thread -- s/l direct russell viper venom time
Complete thread -- confluent?
Complete thread -- s/l consilate rash present on arms
Complete thread -- Said that wrong, it was the f.
Complete thread -- You did notice that your d was in the wrong place?
Complete thread -- thank you for confirming- have a nice day
Complete thread -- tadalafil. You are probably wondering if that is used for that and it is.
Complete thread -- Along the way, any perforating vessels were grabbed with a _____ force ...
Complete thread -- recently she was started on *tadafadil* by her pulmonologist for pulmonary fibrosis
Complete thread -- It sounded more advanced which is I questioned it.
Complete thread -- Okay, I sort of thought so. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nice to see ?
Complete thread -- I don't even hear that first part, but it then sounds like I hear "like we dicussed yester
Complete thread -- MP3 file, speech therapy note.
Complete thread -- It's there
Complete thread -- prior poster's wav. Need to repost.
Complete thread -- k... thought it was right but wanted to make sure
Complete thread -- yes - it means they were pulled apart
Complete thread -- s/l distracted but not 100% sure it fits
Complete thread -- I saw the patient last night, _____yesterday.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- This patient underwent (changed his mind) This patient had a KUB to locate
Complete thread -- This patient "had a KUB today showing a stone."
Complete thread -- hear this too
Complete thread -- This patient was brought in to have a ______ of the stone.
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, nm! I finally heard "dilated" but "serially" is IT!
Complete thread -- serially dilated ?
Complete thread -- sent on with a blank, MP3 deleted. thanks to any who tried.
Complete thread -- Pt with recurrent UTIs
Complete thread -- on the stove without a reasonable explanation is what i hear ...
Complete thread -- on the stove okay but after that not sure ...
Complete thread -- s/l on the stove for some reason
Complete thread -- At one point, they reported him putting his shoes on _____ explanation ...
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- MP3: Lisfranc metatarsal fracture-dislocation, ORIF
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- consider intermittent?
Complete thread -- indwelling?
Complete thread -- operation to the prostate, continue with Flomax, consider a ______ catheterization.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tubipad
Complete thread -- thiazolidinediones (TZDs) (see link)
Complete thread -- TZDs? (see link and message)
Complete thread -- Had considered adding a s/l tee-zee drug. TIA!
Complete thread -- Ortho note ...
Complete thread -- nevermind. I think he's saying ferning test.
Complete thread -- We did a sterile speculum exam and the
Complete thread -- flagged..
Complete thread -- s/l a lun drome (surgery: removal of urethral foreign body)
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks ...
Complete thread -- A *graft-to-graft* anastomosis was then completed with a running sutur ...
Complete thread -- never mind found it ADEM
Complete thread -- i have changed my mind and posted wav. I don't think iddm. i have no more information
Complete thread -- what a good guess. that is probably it.
Complete thread -- IDDM??
Complete thread -- Hard to tell without any context. We don't charge by the word here, use as
Complete thread -- s/l aidem. What could this be?
Complete thread -- Продаю акки Overblog.com
Complete thread -- is the question?
Complete thread -- 4- year old patient iwth diagnosis of Aidem
Complete thread -- twice as many google hits using "Petersen's defect". When all else
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- he currently works in a Dunkiní Donuts store.
Complete thread -- is it Petersenís defect or Petersonís defect? ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did google a few ways but didn't get that. :)
Complete thread -- "surface wrinkling retinopathy" is mentioned in link also
Complete thread -- does the eye have an epidural membrane?
Complete thread -- well, it doesn't say "wrinkle" but does say "pucker" which, to me, is near same...
Complete thread -- Thanks all. It was in PMH so no other info. Does make sense though nm
Complete thread -- does this link make sense with the report? sm
Complete thread -- Right eye Reviderm wrinkle surgery?
Complete thread -- could be, but without more info its hard to tell. could be her "membrane" had a "wrinkle"
Complete thread -- Reviderm wrinkle?
Complete thread -- Right eye epidural membrane ??wrinkle?? surgery sm
Complete thread -- Thank you for your hint.. I was able to figure out "biclonal pattern". TY
Complete thread -- yes. TY.
Complete thread -- random?
Complete thread -- polyclonal?
Complete thread -- s/l Ren glucose
Complete thread -- ...showed gamma level.... showing a s/l biponal pattern of IgM with a kappa and lambd
Complete thread -- here are 4 of "xaban drugs" for future sm
Complete thread -- here are the doses and hint for next time how to find answer. SM
Complete thread -- can you give exact sentence, before and after, read a bit but???
Complete thread -- NO SUCH DOSE EXISTS for Hyzaar. Honestly.
Complete thread -- You may have found the same thing I did. SM
Complete thread -- Google ABG on AC showed pH
Complete thread -- AC is okay (assist control)
Complete thread -- Pt. in ICU, nonresponsive. ABG done today on (s/l) AC showed pH.../sm
Complete thread -- Oh, of course!
Complete thread -- zinc! Been a long day. Thanks for trying. :) nm
Complete thread -- sed rate (really fast)?
Complete thread -- s/l sink level in talking about labs. any ideas sm
Complete thread -- back as well as intermittent leg pain
Complete thread -- I did find reference to "large blood proteins" and "no rbc's" in UA.
Complete thread -- ...but that still does not make any sense to me.
Complete thread -- Well, this is what I found...(see message)
Complete thread -- I changed the first RE to "Patient" and then put the RE after the DOB.
Complete thread -- mild?
Complete thread -- UA results. Just curious, how can you have large blood but no rbc's?
Complete thread -- history of back and ___ intermittent leg pain
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Found it!....OATS........Thanks!
Complete thread -- Hyzaar?
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- formatting help please
Complete thread -- There was a donor site from the previous OTS. s/l "oats"
Complete thread -- doc dictates: "Hazar" diuretic 5/125 mg once daily
Complete thread -- ? OCS (oral corticosteroids)
Complete thread -- I agree - vibratory makes perfect sense and is very close to s/l.
Complete thread -- is there is a sentence?
Complete thread -- agree with Cadiere
Complete thread -- ...back of the head. It can occasionally feel like a band.
Complete thread -- OTS - Abbreviation for Osteochondral transplant? sm
Complete thread -- They denied any pain in the back of the hand. it can occasionally feel like a ___
Complete thread -- Not finding solid hits for that, but I think I've finally found Cadiere...
Complete thread -- check out Cartier grasper
Complete thread -- thx...thought so, but not sure
Complete thread -- vibratory
Complete thread -- s/l...rye-bra-tory sense...sm
Complete thread -- Gosh, wonder if he's just saying "a pledget of"? Could be repeating
Complete thread -- No, he's saying it very much as I typed it. The *air* at end very
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- gosh, I'm sure I've heard this & on this board too fairly recent Can't find on google now
Complete thread -- maybe we're just smarter
Complete thread -- ? cautery
Complete thread -- sounds like da Vinci maybe (3rd arm) found this;vas deferens can be placed as a pledget
Complete thread -- Thank you !
Complete thread -- complaint might be sprain, but finding could be tear.
Complete thread -- "2, 50, -2" meaning 2 cm dilated, 50% effaced, -2 station.
Complete thread -- link inside
Complete thread -- Brielle
Complete thread -- We then took *a pledge* the vas deferens and handed this off to be....
Complete thread -- oops, hit enter by mistake, please see message
Complete thread -- Cervix exam in pregnancy.
Complete thread -- what's pk?
Complete thread -- Dr. Farrell Ocean Pediatrics in ___
Complete thread -- using scissors on the left, PK on the right, and *cardee-air* on the third arm...
Complete thread -- No further testing--just followup and it was in clinical impression stated "improving
Complete thread -- clues? additional info? SAD or muttering through SIADH, or ???
Complete thread -- I vote you leave as is. The chief complaint does not have to agree with actual findings.
Complete thread -- No, personally, I've never heard that garbage Guess my dictators are way
Complete thread -- 15
Complete thread -- IgA= (replacement low level of) immunoglobulin antibodies )IgA)sm
Complete thread -- upon further tests, doc found out it was a tear instead of a sprain that the patient
Complete thread -- SAD-seasonal affective disorder
Complete thread -- did they SAY "ess-ay-dee-dee" or are you assuming SADD?
Complete thread -- you started the wav on the blank. We need more lead.
Complete thread -- do you look up IgA?
Complete thread -- IV Cardizem drip at _______ per hour, was admitted to the ICU overnight
Complete thread -- Her son also reports to me that she does have the condition of SADD and this is also
Complete thread -- completely ridiculous
Complete thread -- Okay, anyone want to be the tie breaker? ;)
Complete thread -- Yes, a sprain is not a tear, nor is a tear a sprain.
Complete thread -- leave as is
Complete thread -- No he can't. If he had said bilateral medial pseudomenisci, THAT is correct.
Complete thread -- If dictated "MCL sprain" in ch. complaint and then stated as grade 2 MCL "tear" later
Complete thread -- no hyphen required here at all
Complete thread -- plenty of hits for pseudomeniscus - your doc is opting for plural
Complete thread -- seriously? did you even bother looking it up?
Complete thread -- he can make it plural if he wants - it's bilateral knees
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- fiscogenic (insurance, money, fiscal concerns)
Complete thread -- then he is incorrect. if you had searched for pseudomeniscus, there are plenty
Complete thread -- a fiscal genie?
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm. I did try to google, but I am not familiar enough to find
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- In googling, I'd type with a hyphen. When you google it, you
Complete thread -- actually did get that part ... thanks
Complete thread -- I assumed he was saying pseudoMENISCI since he meant two since he said bilateral knees,
Complete thread -- Pseudomeniscus and Internal Derangement of the Knee Ā† The term ĀgpseudomeniscusĀh refers to
Complete thread -- ? leukemia
Complete thread -- doc spells out fischal genic
Complete thread -- a pseudomeniscus is scar tissue that has formed in a patient's knee after TKA, that
Complete thread -- you can always google if you're in a hurry
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- There is HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound) for prostate cancer sm.
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: Mother __________. Father with coronary artery disease, lung
Complete thread -- I can't say I've ever typed that in years of doing ortho. Hopefully, they have
Complete thread -- Found it. Pilar
Complete thread -- Excision of medial *pseudomenisci*, bilateral knees. Is this the correct way to type
Complete thread -- who states that her bladder has been dropping for years
Complete thread -- anybody???? I need to send in file...
Complete thread -- tx
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: __________ partial hysterectomy.
Complete thread -- Is it a secret, not noticeable region or a separate, identifiable region?
Complete thread -- can we have the previous sentence? (i.e., one of what?)
Complete thread -- Doing mastectomy, referring to *hostile* fascia. Please sm for full context.
Complete thread -- "discreet or discrete" trigger region at the superior aspect of the scapula
Complete thread -- Plastic surgery: s/l pallor mass, anterior scalp and left parietal scalp
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- well, since that is what it sounds like, it wouldn't be guessing, but just
Complete thread -- does this make sense? Is IgA and Port-A-Cath connected?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Pt with Gleason 6 & 7 on biopsies
Complete thread -- dunno if patient has stimulator....
Complete thread -- gotcha
Complete thread -- if so, generator (which is what it sounds like) fits.
Complete thread -- the original post said 12/100th - that is like 3/4th. You don't need the "th"
Complete thread -- does the pt has a stimulator?
Complete thread -- do imagination or hallucination cause elevated white count?
Complete thread -- palpate the ___ in the left lower quadrant (paitent has Fentanyl patch)
Complete thread -- they did write 12/100 - inside original post - that is what first helper responded to
Complete thread -- imagination
Complete thread -- general inflammation?
Complete thread -- ? or the hallucination
Complete thread -- His white count is slightly elevated possibly due to shock __________.
Complete thread -- a heart rate?
Complete thread -- lead EKG shows normal sinus rhythm without ST changes and __________ rate 84.
Complete thread -- SM - s/l tutria
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- movements
Complete thread -- ? AND myeloid elements
Complete thread -- popping and grinding with flexion/extension and rotation__ into the cervical spine
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. It is 0.12 inch or 12/100 inch.
Complete thread -- s/l cabral = Cabrol link/info terms & phrases if you do these types or reports save link
Complete thread -- i wouldn
Complete thread -- Got it: glycocalyx
Complete thread -- stands for 2-point discrimination
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and the knee was placed in a posterior leg splint
Complete thread -- carpal tunnel syndrome
Complete thread -- subsequently a 4x8 and wrapped with Kerlix _____ leg splint
Complete thread -- I would do just as you've done
Complete thread -- how do you write 12 100th of an inch
Complete thread -- Ortho surgery, see message
Complete thread -- thanks, but I tagged and sent back..
Complete thread -- I had never heard of it...
Complete thread -- makes sense, meaning formally "assigned" to a exp. trauma team, eval and sm
Complete thread -- think he is saying elements
Complete thread -- number of premature cells in *myeloid* limits.
Complete thread -- thank you fgjjg
Complete thread -- partial disability estimate?
Complete thread -- cervical spine injury status post motor vehicle accident
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! Relatively new to this account and learning all the time! :)
Complete thread -- What is the IME for? Diagnosis please.
Complete thread -- Miller-Payne
Complete thread -- in an ime, doctor is reviewing PD estimate. What does PD stand for?
Complete thread -- Miller pain system? Please see message. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- uncovertebral
Complete thread -- Can you catch this word?
Complete thread -- Don't know about #2, but #3 is renal insuffiency which is also the cause of borderline...
Complete thread -- ? , hypoglycemia
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- k
Complete thread -- 2. _____
Complete thread -- and has a small and benign 20 to 25 g prostate.
Complete thread -- Good! I'm glad you came back and saw it.
Complete thread -- agree with lemonade
Complete thread -- darn, lemonade, not aid.
Complete thread -- lemonaid diet
Complete thread -- s/l lemonade
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- There are no white cells or any bacteria and residuals ______
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- placed in the left lateral decubitus position. Exam revealed a benign prostate
Complete thread -- specifically be on a ______ diet, to cut back on salt in
Complete thread -- apixaban
Complete thread -- THANK YOU
Complete thread -- in the left lateral position, ________ benign prostate.
Complete thread -- were now done in sections - (says dash) including extra...
Complete thread -- no wav there yet?
Complete thread -- check out Bentall reconstruction and/or Carrel patch
Complete thread -- Biopsies ________ including extra biopsies, one at the
Complete thread -- a med... s/l Pix-o-van... see sentence
Complete thread -- you sounded so desperate. I hope you came back and found the answer.
Complete thread -- There are no white cells or any bacteria and residuals ______
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and will see him ? time with the flow rate?
Complete thread -- Aviane
Complete thread -- sonogram, do daily score sheet and ?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- will get a flow rate and kidney sonogram. ______ and _______ flow rate.
Complete thread -- anybody... File is almost due
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- thin enough to be grasped with pickups
Complete thread -- there is Avion Pharmaceuticals. Avion is a Specialty Pharmaceutical ??
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's right. I've been working for 30 years nonstop. I'm so darn unhirable.
Complete thread -- avian influenza virus vaccine? ...
Complete thread -- second time I have come across this drug. First time I flagged.
Complete thread -- The dissection continued posteriorly until the peritoneum was _____ gr ...
Complete thread -- not "Zoster process" but "osteoporosis"
Complete thread -- diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, ________ Zoster process.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Cardiology reconstruction?
Complete thread -- can you help me with the punctuation of the last phrase(use of Infuse, off use of
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- AlliedOP (orthotics and prosthetics) - see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wide
Complete thread -- Churg-Strauss syndrome?
Complete thread -- cant document state is NJ, no city...
Complete thread -- i know i know this, but can't pull it out . . .
Complete thread -- "Y stride" or "wide stride" with walking
Complete thread -- not nontender (he's still on CAT scan). something about the left ovary.
Complete thread -- yes, my thought, or "of each of"
Complete thread -- neurologically intact. cranials normal. nonfocal examination.
Complete thread -- maybe "mixture of" ?
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- Wav is list of meds, etc.
Complete thread -- OT? Can you google Allied brace and a city and/or state?
Complete thread -- s/l isto or ishto
Complete thread -- Nontender ______. No other findings. EKG, atrial fibrillation _____.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything before unable but s/l unable to obtain in detail to
Complete thread -- I sent him to Allied ďokeyĒ or "O P" with a prescription to adjust his brace.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- followed
Complete thread -- for the med I hear glipizide?
Complete thread -- Cottonoids were placed along the margins of the tumor. A good plane w ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: ________ Unable to obtain secondary to the patientís clinic
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- problems discussed below, brought in
Complete thread -- Seen by Neurosurgery. Otherwise given...
Complete thread -- have a T12 compression fracture. She _______ surgery, otherwise given medication and
Complete thread -- multiple medical problems, _____ brought in by the daughter because of the pain in th
Complete thread -- Dr. Anubha Sinha?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- posterior wall up near the dome contained the right...
Complete thread -- On examination with the visual obturator and then with a working lamin ...
Complete thread -- He was *slotted* and subsequently cleared by trauma as this was an iso ...
Complete thread -- i think must mean mephyton
Complete thread -- address is 130 route 31 nj 08822
Complete thread -- s/l methytoin
Complete thread -- you are exactly the MT who the MSTOs refuse to hire and not for the reasons sm
Complete thread -- a lot
Complete thread -- Permcath ģ (I did not hear your wave tho) s,
Complete thread -- Oriental.
Complete thread -- This is a 65-year-old s/l oriental man who came in with shortness of breath.
Complete thread -- to both!
Complete thread -- does, at times, worsen with deep breath
Complete thread -- I would change does to "is" - His chest pain is, at times, worse with...
Complete thread -- His chest pain does, at times, worse with deep breath. all , right?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. D. ...
Complete thread -- adhesive disease
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia revealed a 10-week size globular uterus with sli ...
Complete thread -- Not great documentation but a mention.
Complete thread -- Index surgery - the first surgery performed after the initial injury
Complete thread -- I did find documentation for index surgery - but it was light - see below
Complete thread -- I found none as well. That is why I thought it had to be in error.
Complete thread -- sounded like index to me, but I found no documentation.
Complete thread -- will note this down! new for me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. Never heard that before!
Complete thread -- Fluorescent aerolysin (FLAERA) Ė A more accurate alternative reagent for paroxysmal
Complete thread -- I hear index also. I hear this when I do IMEs, but I think it
Complete thread -- PNH screen was done by s/l fla-r technology. pls help!!
Complete thread -- Her surgeon is Dr. Kirven in Virginia Beach.
Complete thread -- I put the 2nd wav file up.
Complete thread -- underwent a left total knee arthroplasty - it sounded like index to me! I will get a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- this usually does not get better
Complete thread -- Probably is on account where numbers under 10 are spelled out. Even on those accounts,
Complete thread -- It was explained to the patientís parents that ____ not get better bec ...
Complete thread -- neck? Do you know what's operated on?
Complete thread -- wav file. He says the same word twice. The 2nd time is not in the WAV file.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- grammar/puntuation help please see message
Complete thread -- i don't see inconsistency with numbers
Complete thread -- sm. for link
Complete thread -- ?Kirwan (make cautery products)
Complete thread -- good one!
Complete thread -- ? cold current
Complete thread -- ? Cobb curette
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- stenosis
Complete thread -- unable to dilate cervix due to _____ of the internal os iatrogenically ...
Complete thread -- coag current?
Complete thread -- stumped! s/l caw bramm sm for context please
Complete thread -- goiter
Complete thread -- ditto!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- proximal end of the incision, one distally at the curve of the incision.
Complete thread -- NO, they prefer newbies because they're able to pay them EVEN less than seasoned MTs
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- don't hear anything??
Complete thread -- No pallor, jaundice, no s/l glitter-or lymphadenopathy...
Complete thread -- There were noted to be two sinus tracts, one at the proximal ____ inc ...
Complete thread -- 2nd one -- she HAS concerns, or is concernED (not is concerns)
Complete thread -- disease, history of CABG, fistula repair __________.
Complete thread -- not certain how to punctuate with however??
Complete thread -- diff toxin will be sent __________ and stool cultures will also be sent.
Complete thread -- oh my yes, thus the reason they prefer newbies rather than hire the so-called seasoned MT
Complete thread -- TY! Very appreciative of the help on this board nm
Complete thread -- Ignore the 5:16. That was just a marker for myself.
Complete thread -- The eye was then examined and a portion of the air bubble 5:16____leaks.
Complete thread -- was not assessed today, although he sat up in bed well. Just before coming in, his gait w
Complete thread -- chorea
Complete thread -- s/l korea sm
Complete thread -- tonic-clonic
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Gait was not assessed today, although __________ well just before coming in.
Complete thread -- She has history of a clonic tonic right foot. Leave as-is or change to tonic clonic?
Complete thread -- 1st off. steroids on slow taper... Why are you so inconsistent in numbers??
Complete thread -- changed to mp3
Complete thread -- The patient was _____ reevaluated in my office in four weeks before any consideration
Complete thread -- portal hypertension?
Complete thread -- The eye was then examined and a portion of the air bubble _____leaks.
Complete thread -- :) I found a Stephanie (steph?) Hutchison in Wynnewood
Complete thread -- Whew, about drove me crazy--Dr. Shalva Kakabadze.
Complete thread -- oh my
Complete thread -- S/l Shalla tackabadsee (still not sure if one or two names)
Complete thread -- No, thank you, though.
Complete thread -- Sheldon Ira Bastacky, MD?
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania: Dr. Shaw-luh tack-uh-badsee. I don't know if that's one name o
Complete thread -- I am sure. :) ty
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- microthrombolytic
Complete thread -- sure about that?
Complete thread -- ? can you hear travelers' diarrhea?
Complete thread -- ?? she has had controlled hypertension for the...
Complete thread -- she has s/l high control or high patrol hypertension for the past several years
Complete thread -- Perhaps, but he definitely says "inson" on end. Who knows. :(
Complete thread -- s/l tres du well. A virus?
Complete thread -- NM, going with extensors.
Complete thread -- but then extensus only found in context of hallux (toe) and this is hand...
Complete thread -- thanks oscar!
Complete thread -- Pt with surgery of left ring finger. On exam... (please
Complete thread -- there is a Dr. Deb Hutchins?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- contour of the?
Complete thread -- PCP is Dr. Deb s/l Hutchinson. I used the doctor lookup on here, but could not find
Complete thread -- knee x-ray
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- I think either one works, but if I had to pick a word I'd pick "of"
Complete thread -- The proximal stump of biceps tendon is excised to prevent "catching" in the joint.
Complete thread -- yes stump - portion of remaining tendon after rupture
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- S/P arthroscopic debridement s/l stump, long head of the biceps tendon rupture,
Complete thread -- Sure, like heat/cold intolerance sensation
Complete thread -- micro thrombolytic
Complete thread -- it was "not at all rich"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- prescription for an increased dosage (with or of) 50,000 units once weekly which
Complete thread -- lateral area of the right forefoot that appears to be ________ in nature.
Complete thread -- over rich?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l microthrombolytic
Complete thread -- s/l *heat* protective sensation
Complete thread -- her diet is not ____ rich in iron and I have once again educated her about
Complete thread -- I know...but she is sometimes open to suggestions if we have sufficient evidence to s.m.
Complete thread -- I always use fingerstick - one word. But if supervisor says...
Complete thread -- I always change things like that
Complete thread -- There ARE currently no objective findings. (not IS)
Complete thread -- consider stones
Complete thread -- chest expansion (not compression) -- Schober's
Complete thread -- can you give more surrounding text?
Complete thread -- I'm familiar with the EDSS, but this isn't the exact name.
Complete thread -- Not my situation at all, I work for a hospital, thx tho....
Complete thread -- Should expanded disability status score be capped? I
Complete thread -- Should expanded disability status score be capped? I
Complete thread -- I saw that, it just seems to be widely accepted as one word, even searching on here s.m.
Complete thread -- I tend to think tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) in there somewhere
Complete thread -- pronounced kuh-kektik
Complete thread -- wav gone, but can you hear "cachectic"?
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- ? cachectic
Complete thread -- well done
Complete thread -- either way - the last comma before "and" or "but" is optional.
Complete thread -- grammar ?
Complete thread -- My thoughts are: we comply with request; here is why
Complete thread -- google and dictionary.com agree with your supervisor
Complete thread -- Sildenafil
Complete thread -- Recomended use of s/l benefil for erectile dysfunction
Complete thread -- no comma, just fixed stalk
Complete thread -- I'd think fixed stalk (the polyp has a stalk)
Complete thread -- Was just informed by supervisor to use finger stick and not fingerstick... thoughts??
Complete thread -- That is it! Thanks!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- median raphe?
Complete thread -- cool, thanks Gh!
Complete thread -- JMO but I would not hyphenate this. If anything I would go with a comma instead.
Complete thread -- The vas deferens was separated from the spermatic cord and brought to
Complete thread -- do I need to hyphenate fixed-stalked? Please see msg
Complete thread -- I highly doubt she has ulcer disease or esophagitis
Complete thread -- went back to listen and he said psoriasis...he's talking a mile a minute. nm
Complete thread -- I've heard of this before, hard to explain, but like cancer lesions,
Complete thread -- I've never heard that before either. ?
Complete thread -- Skin exam: No rash, rises, vasculitic, or other lesions. sm
Complete thread -- omeprazole, not omeprazone. I'm still sleeping.
Complete thread -- He says period after omeprazone and I don't hear another word before whether
Complete thread -- s/l he says nitrogen paste? nitroglycerin paste maybe?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- (not sure what he means but, sounds like) She is organic.
Complete thread -- His last stone?
Complete thread -- as well as on omeprazole. _________ whether she has ulcer disease
Complete thread -- She is _______. She is allergic to ______ paste and penicillins. I was
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 I hear the word "incontinent" in there?
Complete thread -- #2 "and an upper ureteral stone causing moderate obstruction"
Complete thread -- calcium oxylate stones. ________ was in 1994.
Complete thread -- Wolf Piezolith
Complete thread -- morning _______ to the emergency room... kidneys and a _________ stone causing modera
Complete thread -- Urology, ESWL - s/l Wolf Peso electric machine" sm
Complete thread -- Sorry just saw this, the word is "documented to be 2 cm..."
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Complete thread -- ruddy??
Complete thread -- the patient was noted to have some *ready* tissue in the right vocal f ...
Complete thread -- There is currently no objective findings ___exam.
Complete thread -- Viscoat was injected into the anterior chamber. Trypan blue was then ...
Complete thread -- Viscoat was injected into the anterior chamber. Trypan blue was then ...
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Complete thread -- sorry, too much personal information.
Complete thread -- film festivals are pretty common
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Complete thread -- That is what I thought initially. Just seemed odd.
Complete thread -- submitted it to two festivals
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. Schizophrenia is the diagnosis but has nothing to do with blank.
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. ...
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Complete thread -- rheumatology question s/l Shrobrecks sm
Complete thread -- cysts?
Complete thread -- A 10-degree laparoscope was placed into the abdomen and on visualizati ...
Complete thread -- here are two links in archives with similar values.
Complete thread -- CPK lab value
Complete thread -- According to AAMT BOS-2, it would be 7 days' worth.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. D. ...
Complete thread -- days
Complete thread -- sheath, removed then the guidewire and dilator
Complete thread -- Over the guidewire, we inserted dilators and finally inserted the dila ...
Complete thread -- s/l set reduce and set reduction TIA!
Complete thread -- 7 days' worth or 7 days worth??
Complete thread -- link ...
Complete thread -- Don't know how to post the link. ...
Complete thread -- DNA testing http://www.thegreatdictator.com/cgi-bin/boardware/l ...
Complete thread -- DNA?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- resulting in a nm
Complete thread -- Pain management - "TNA" test? sm
Complete thread -- Risks included skin flap failure, dehiscence, and permanent damage to ...
Complete thread -- agree - and right, neural foramen, 2 words.
Complete thread -- GreenLightô NOT green light. a basketful of clots
Complete thread -- or a "figure of speech" ?
Complete thread -- mostLY significant (not must be)
Complete thread -- AND neisseira (two organisms)
Complete thread -- could be he was urinating into a screen/basket?
Complete thread -- project into the -- neural foramen
Complete thread -- Wav sent. See message.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but it has 4 syllables, at least that is what I hear. Flagging!
Complete thread -- so they can sedate the patient to do treatment?
Complete thread -- guessing - after a bolus of "fentanyl" in the trauma bay.?? or something to that effect??
Complete thread -- thanks. I'm going to flag it to be safe. nm
Complete thread -- green light he had *basket full of clots* all of which resolved.
Complete thread -- Got it, think he's actually saying "built and tamponaded."
Complete thread -- s/l bolus of **Sen-ten-trom-bay** (see message for context)
Complete thread -- Wow, that's a real stretch. Sorry, I've been trying to look for you, ...
Complete thread -- OK, think he's saying carisoprodol. This doc cannot pronounce drug names! UGH! nm
Complete thread -- s/l "*dope* and tamponaded" orthopedic elbow surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I could not find it in BOS.
Complete thread -- NM for second one. Will flag.
Complete thread -- s/l griferdol as a muscle relaxer sm
Complete thread -- I think it's rheumatoid factor for my first s/l. Any suggestions on second one?
Complete thread -- immunoglobulin levels, *rotary* factor, and ACE levels were normal
Complete thread -- Oh my. I should have known that. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- with ORIF (pronounced it o-riff)
Complete thread -- E-cadherin?
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS has it with spaces.
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. This is in Houlton, Maine, if that matters at all. Just a
Complete thread -- thank YOU !
Complete thread -- s/l E-kid hair
Complete thread -- The corona phlebectatica is classically described as the presence of abnormally
Complete thread -- s/l corona flag-me-tatica
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- rule out UTI, just blood cultures, empiric
Complete thread -- genus names are not capped if standing alone, only cap if with species name also
Complete thread -- Neisseria
Complete thread -- and Neisseria (not sure if it is capped or not)
Complete thread -- Chlamydia __________ non-detected PCR.
Complete thread -- Rule out UTI. ___________ blood cultures, empiric antibiotic treatment
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Chlamydia *nay seria* not detected
Complete thread -- well controlled is not hyphenated in that use. ?EGD to 02/07? ?? should that
Complete thread -- wav is looping too close for me, can you do a longer wav?
Complete thread -- wav doesn't appear to match
Complete thread -- remote - distant in time, far apart- a long period of time between fetal
Complete thread -- remote means far away, so not close to delivery I would think...
Complete thread -- Unreassuring fetal studies, _____ from delivery,
Complete thread -- OB history, NSVD x1. __________must be significant only for GDMA2, well-controlled o
Complete thread -- I've seen it both ways but personally have always left
Complete thread -- thank you - sorry for the delay, was called away from my desk.
Complete thread -- thank you SO MUCH ~ I have made myself a large note to watch for this, as
Complete thread -- Unreassuring fetal studies *remote from* delivery
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- Pretty sure but not 100%. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- fasting insulin and glucose which helps give_____ which suggests fatty liver disease
Complete thread -- could you give us the exact sentence, if that is not asking too much?
Complete thread -- Gauze - is it 4 x 4 with spaces or 4x4 without spaces?
Complete thread -- sorry I cannot think of any part of the eye that s/L that? it looks like a caruncle whic
Complete thread -- I finally found Dr. Elisa Ann Rosinski, MD, practices Family Practice in Spartanburg, SC
Complete thread -- sorry, mistakening hit enter. caloncle is the word I am missing
Complete thread -- eye exam.. evaluation of a mass of his left caloncle
Complete thread -- traced through the zone of injury
Complete thread -- prep?
Complete thread -- 5. Adequate colon *plate to* ileum without any evidence for fresh or old blood
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- bundles were identified and traced _____ injury and noted to be without injury
Complete thread -- s/l Dr. Elise or Lisa Rozinsky in Indiana. Dictating doc is in Indianapolis.
Complete thread -- small- to moderate-sized defect
Complete thread -- for mild reversibility of the basal wall of the left ventricle, which may...
Complete thread -- i.e., instead of collapse
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- listen for "collaterals" or "good collaterals"
Complete thread -- no. mild reverse vein is incorrect
Complete thread -- not a sentence...
Complete thread -- got it, vitamin, PregVit 5
Complete thread -- second is 2+ distal pulses
Complete thread -- ____low-dose aspirin?
Complete thread -- PE ?s
Complete thread -- ESL doc, stumped on med, sm plse (s/l preg-tet-5)
Complete thread -- i.e. rather than somatropin
Complete thread -- consider sumatriptan...
Complete thread -- probably tramisol
Complete thread -- Benicar, somatropin, fluocinonide topical creams, topiramate, _______ aspirin,
Complete thread -- med s/l tambizol
Complete thread -- google optic disc drusen
Complete thread -- found it - abducens nerve palsy
Complete thread -- s/l drusen's palsy?
Complete thread -- grrrr - going to flag it, thanks
Complete thread -- Lp(a): The Test | Lipoprotein (a). Probably he is saying LP little a or lipo little a
Complete thread -- Guess ~ mesothelin?
Complete thread -- thanks - that is what it sounded like, just wasn't sure.
Complete thread -- s/l lillian A assay?
Complete thread -- Or actually, TT4 would be for Total T4, so that is probably what he said.
Complete thread -- Could it be Free T4? NM
Complete thread -- not hearing that. Will flag. Thanks for trying nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Recommendation: TSH TT4? or just T4? Says it really fast and
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- bicarbonate 19
Complete thread -- sodium 130, potassium 4.1, chloride 104, __________, BUN 11,
Complete thread -- Chest compression?
Complete thread -- rheumatology question sm
Complete thread -- They already said acetaminophen. "acetaminophen, s/l aspa."
Complete thread -- Lunate dorsiflexion is a well-recognized sign of an intercarpal ligamentous injury pattern
Complete thread -- testosterone, Free (Direct) test
Complete thread -- free (direct) don't see any labs with an "indirect" test.
Complete thread -- there is also APAP acetaminophen Also, perhaps dictator from India.
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I couldnt get it. Short report and had to move on.
Complete thread -- free "and" direct or "indirect" testosterone level? TIA
Complete thread -- or even start on a new med that needs to be a certain level for efficacy
Complete thread -- the most popular. e bowel preps include Golytely, Colyte, Nulytely, phospho-soda, sodium p
Complete thread -- but caused (not cause) - can't get your s/l
Complete thread -- are they on any medications, or did they take too much of a med, and they
Complete thread -- Aspa from Sohm India, Paracetamol / AcetaminophenParacetamol is a widely used over-the-cou
Complete thread -- sure, makes sense to me, dictator way of explaining describingcigar/tube like sm
Complete thread -- double check that "aspa"
Complete thread -- Diabetes in 1996, hypercholesterolemia in 1996, CHF ______diagnosed in 2006.
Complete thread -- Dx: Change in bowel habits. D: ...tried several preps without success. s/l avonese
Complete thread -- blah, blah, blah, blah. That is wrong and you know it. Many do it because
Complete thread -- Aspa (Acetaminophen) hint for next time sm
Complete thread -- are they diabetic?? (insulin) aspart? with aspirin and acetaminophen
Complete thread -- click the link, it shows some tests done on urine
Complete thread -- radial styloid. indistinct-not clear or sharply defined?
Complete thread -- think other helper right. Hint for next time, sm
Complete thread -- drug list, s/l aspa. Already listed aspirin
Complete thread -- not hearing that. Not sure it is part of UA. Ugh! I'll have to flag. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- urine creatinine?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- UA s/l glagleen level? sm
Complete thread -- actually, already have that
Complete thread -- cough or wheeze
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can only make out "no allergies" at the end
Complete thread -- Allergies: No known allergies (comes before physical exam)
Complete thread -- to stimulation of vagus nerve, secondary to cough _________ to rule out myocardial
Complete thread -- FAMILY HISTORY: ________
Complete thread -- DISI, which I'm sure will google. By the way, what's a radiostyloid?
Complete thread -- Also noted in comparison is some increased spurring at the radiostyloid as well as at
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Interesting that they're in alphabetical order. Must start with an "a."
Complete thread -- Yes of course DJD...thanks for picking that up. Going to flag the med though. nm
Complete thread -- On google found many sites of a Dr. Weiland doing wrist surgeries
Complete thread -- Not sure but I think you want DJD instead of TJD there.
Complete thread -- ??? Estroven
Complete thread -- WAG but could be Estroven. Also relisten at "TJD" could be DJD
Complete thread -- drug? s/l astramen sm
Complete thread -- basal wall of the left ventricle?
Complete thread -- benign 25 g prostate. _______ are palpable. No other rectal mass.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- citrullinemia
Complete thread -- how about a s/l?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- wait on
Complete thread -- s/l sitrolenia
Complete thread -- TY so much!!! nm
Complete thread -- s/l Weiland shayat procedure for the wrist ...
Complete thread -- Psych note....
Complete thread -- Next, we made a *cigar* of the cement and applied in the distal femur ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- calculated
Complete thread -- Next, the femoral sizer was applied. The sizer indicated for this par ...
Complete thread -- I think many MTs ask this question. Need to reinvent/ reapply your job skills - nm
Complete thread -- So the sentence is actually "mild reverse vein for s/l baseball of the left..?"
Complete thread -- u r always welcome. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for posting the new drugs.
Complete thread -- That is with a microphone LOL
Complete thread -- no it does not I was just posting and still working on editing.
Complete thread -- I hear it, but barely. You might need to purchase a microphone.
Complete thread -- Cardiolite stress test also showed possible mild reverse vein sm
Complete thread -- Well it appears mine is not recording properly. I purchased a new computer and now I sm
Complete thread -- Verbatim shouldn't keep you from hyphenating "disease-free" though, right?
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- May as well post it now as the other poster seems to be having trouble posting
Complete thread -- Will post a wav when question below has been answered.
Complete thread -- There is not a wav there.
Complete thread -- revealed native multivessel coronary artery totally occluded left main and _____ sm
Complete thread -- Solved 1 myself - "Marcus Gunn pupil". Still not sure about 1st blank!
Complete thread -- Neurology IME - Discussing Eye Problems in Patient - .wav sent
Complete thread -- Evoxac (for dry mouth, Sjogren's syndrome)
Complete thread -- Some new drugs of 2013. Medication Name Generic Indications for ...
Complete thread -- omeprazole for H. pylori Infections? ...
Complete thread -- 2 drug blanks - rheumatology sm
Complete thread -- You're not God. You have no power to dictate what MTs can and can't do.
Complete thread -- I think down deep that is who you are
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think many MTs ask this question. Need to reinvent/ reapply your job skills
Complete thread -- mass was multiloculated
Complete thread -- so who is counting huh. Stop that, unnecessary
Complete thread -- yeah. small-to-moderate-sized defect. ...
Complete thread -- The mass visible _____ but separated easily from the myocardium. ...
Complete thread -- Forgot to mention: It was not too late to still change it.
Complete thread -- I'm still here. Thanks for your input.
Complete thread -- hyphenation??
Complete thread -- we all have bad days. but, i try and not swear when its obvious its a newbie asking for
Complete thread -- Late, but...if you can use slang, then myope is okay. We don't, so I'd expand it.
Complete thread -- Thanks again. I sent it in with a blank.
Complete thread -- Will use 'myope' as dictated. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- The patient is noted to have 20/80 preop vision with a high myope. sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no. Past reports have blunt-tip. I am hearing "tooth," so tip could be wrong.
Complete thread -- dour
Complete thread -- TP's affect is somewhat s/l Dower. (rhymes with hour). Any ideas?
Complete thread -- non-toothed?
Complete thread -- finally got it! Silicone tubing. thanks!
Complete thread -- Cholecystectomy: s/l blunt-tooth grasper, one-tooth grasper, blunt-tip grasper (sm)
Complete thread -- fingersticks of ABOUT 40
Complete thread -- google: "luminal symptoms" gastrointestinal
Complete thread -- I hear the same thing
Complete thread -- which of these would be correct? Please see msg
Complete thread -- blood ? 40?
Complete thread -- :\
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Complete thread -- the patient had fingersticks of __________. She also had complained of severe
Complete thread -- Boerhaave's in archives
Complete thread -- Doh. I found it.
Complete thread -- Radiology Query.
Complete thread -- wash it with
Complete thread -- treatment of his wounds, he will _____ soap and water daily.
Complete thread -- you're right - sorry about the language.
Complete thread -- adult-onset diabetes mellitus,
Complete thread -- wow. no need to swear, eh? OP is
Complete thread -- His other diagnoses explaining admission are hypertension, _____ diabetes mellitus,
Complete thread -- A silastic tube or stent may be employed along with probing to maintain tear duct patency?
Complete thread -- ahh...I think it's ketoconazole...thanx for the hint
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- enophthalmos
Complete thread -- flagging, thanks!
Complete thread -- Hmm...thx but still unsure. I will relisten....Maybe flag.
Complete thread -- he later says this:
Complete thread -- Possible orbital fracture - sm
Complete thread -- ketonazole cream
Complete thread -- it does not sound like that but I will look at your suggestions. Thx
Complete thread -- she had been seen by ___ her? Can't get blank.
Complete thread -- a guess since can't hear it, might be clotrimazole (antifungal cream)
Complete thread -- s/l soles-man tubing (tear duct surgery)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene!
Complete thread -- s/l us ex fitting mass might be ---exophytic mass (a guess since can't hear it)
Complete thread -- s/l cutocarbezol cream??
Complete thread -- Pt with hematuria
Complete thread -- Of note she had ____ earlier that day for a possible PR bleed.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- are there still MT jobs around that earn decently?
Complete thread -- ? claudication
Complete thread -- dear me
Complete thread -- Neck is supple. No JVD. __________. Lungs are clear to auscultation with
Complete thread -- seriously? Do you know how long a mile is?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for the help.
Complete thread -- LigaSure
Complete thread -- (we told you that almost an hour ago)
Complete thread -- : /
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "league-a-share equipment.
Complete thread -- can't hear wav anymore, but does it sound like blocked SFA?
Complete thread -- not to mention two helpers below TOLD you the punctuation was fine.
Complete thread -- It is physically impossible for a human to "long jump" a mile. QA put that????
Complete thread -- are you being sarcastic? Context always helps. SM
Complete thread -- No, there is 800 m run, a mile run, and the long jump. You could have saved
Complete thread -- Then never use that - then. How about that. That you never do.
Complete thread -- awesome thank you!
Complete thread -- serosal burn?
Complete thread -- THank you . ...
Complete thread -- ________ burn.
Complete thread -- Groins are normal. Genitalia normal. No peripheral edema. (if it sound like peripheral,
Complete thread -- Yes, I think it is 3 separate events...I will send email to QA.
Complete thread -- does the context help at all?? ...
Complete thread -- 3 events - 800 and mile (running events) and long jump.
Complete thread -- thanks. That's prob it. Thanks both
Complete thread -- Is there such thing as a mile long jump?
Complete thread -- Groins are normal, genitalia normal no perfedema. this is the exact se ...
Complete thread -- NAME OF PROCEDURE: Left SFA angio from the right
Complete thread -- never say never. Some accounts are verbatim, slang and all.
Complete thread -- The circumstances around this event suggest that he probably had _____ and not perfor
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- sounds like peripheral edema
Complete thread -- sounds like peripheral edema
Complete thread -- maybe DesOwen (brand of desonide)
Complete thread -- desonide?
Complete thread -- actually sounds more like DIS SOW IN ointment
Complete thread -- disen ointment? Sm please
Complete thread -- pitting edema?
Complete thread -- The 800 metre race (or 800 metres)or (Men's Race) is a common track running
Complete thread -- can you give us the exact context?
Complete thread -- not odd at all - 800 is fine (as in 800 meters, a standard distance), punctuation is fine.
Complete thread -- need help
Complete thread -- a blocked _____? (what is the "above procedure")
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: _____.
Complete thread -- I agree, but he cleary says it. Verbatim account also.
Complete thread -- 800 and mile? (sounds odd) maybe 8-minute mile?
Complete thread -- might be slurring (run on sentence) back injection "and" laser surgery
Complete thread -- never use C-diff. C difficile.
Complete thread -- google: neuroma injection
Complete thread -- ahh might be? they try vancomycin and antibiotics, but now considered a superbug
Complete thread -- it's quote unquote (not on)
Complete thread -- just recently learned of this, Read 3 long articles, s/l not found but
Complete thread -- neural foramina are...
Complete thread -- ? trying to fix it
Complete thread -- punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- strength reveals no atrophy?? does that make sense?
Complete thread -- back exam: Toes are downgoing. Pulse is normal. s/l stretch reveals no atrophy.
Complete thread -- S/L dificit
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sounds almost like he saying semicolon?
Complete thread -- i added it again
Complete thread -- ______ are requested for pathology for future options.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tx so much~
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Complete thread -- produces no stenosis
Complete thread -- I don't know the word, but it's produces, not proves.
Complete thread -- I just uploaded again
Complete thread -- I don't hear any wav
Complete thread -- I don't hear any wav
Complete thread -- Or you might call it "headings format" to be more specific,
Complete thread -- In case you miss it, answered on one of the other duplicates of this question below.
Complete thread -- format ?
Complete thread -- colonic primary origins
Complete thread -- I would flag, two totally different things
Complete thread -- He was admitted with leukocytosis _______. His white count is 14,100, hemoglobin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- cant get that word/phrase. Can you please help?
Complete thread -- Actually, even though it sounds like that (to me), on further research,
Complete thread -- moiety?
Complete thread -- thanks mt50. He says back injection as quote on quote laser surgery... Would you type
Complete thread -- colonic primary ______. Margins were negative. _______on request.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is also an area of ________ in the region of the hepatic flexure.
Complete thread -- Not always the rule but in general... does depend on the facility
Complete thread -- Could it be "back injection in lieu of surgery?"
Complete thread -- What he pronounces and what it is may be two different things, the only test I can find
Complete thread -- It's COL3A1
Complete thread -- COLCA1?
Complete thread -- Would this make sense? Dictated quite clearlly in PMH: Back injection as "laser sur
Complete thread -- May I ask for the "general term" for the hierarchy of a standa ...
Complete thread -- May I ask for the "general term" for the hierarchy of a standa ...
Complete thread -- Hi.
Complete thread -- He has a positive ____test (do you hear McMurray or mcMurchy?)
Complete thread -- "intraneuromal injection" quite clear, intraneuromal (not intraneural) with previous
Complete thread -- He says c/o Kathy "Eggson"
Complete thread -- I am stuck looking for an insurance company "something like Echan CEO or Etch Ann CEO
Complete thread -- can you help me with
Complete thread -- I think it is choanae, but double check for sure.
Complete thread -- Flexible nasopharyngoscopy was performed and there is now tumor invadi ...
Complete thread -- I guess they're just responding to the market. I still like books too but
Complete thread -- hmm, thanks for info
Complete thread -- Correction: It wasn't bought by Lippincott, it was always owned by
Complete thread -- Stedmans was bought by Lippincott, and yes, you can get to
Complete thread -- thanks will look there> I never wanted electronic version, I like
Complete thread -- I found that also, could not open "Stedman" just saw many sites that sell, amazon etc
Complete thread -- Haven't look for print books for a long time, but it looks like they
Complete thread -- They make the books hard to find, but you can find them at link
Complete thread -- Does Stedman word book series website no longer exist?? Can't find it
Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- if male might be coude catheter and supra ?pubic
Complete thread -- found Chiou kit in archives, fyi
Complete thread -- maybe s/l chow kit catheter?
Complete thread -- i flagged it - s/l scay-fee,
Complete thread -- Sternocleidomastoid Muscle Myocutaneous Flap (SCMMIF)?
Complete thread -- Any chance it is an abbreviation: SCMMIF (see message)
Complete thread -- suprapubic catheter tube placement - s/l chowkay catheter
Complete thread -- s/l scafe
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- she was just telling me valley fever didn't need to be capitalized.
Complete thread -- I hear "more" time, but not sure if there is another word before that or not.
Complete thread -- I don't hear that. I hear what the MT has, other than the blank sounds like anemia to me
Complete thread -- no capping for valley fever.
Complete thread -- s/l anemia to me.
Complete thread -- She denies any previous history of TB, cocci, or Valley Fever,
Complete thread -- where I work, we change that to every 6-month (SM)
Complete thread -- please need to send soon, anyone have a guess at the blank please
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- he is calling her from all over the place whenever he wants ______ time.
Complete thread -- IDET - intradiskal electrothermal therapy
Complete thread -- More context later on
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- patient underwent an "IDED"of l4-5 and L5-S1. What would that be?
Complete thread -- Thanks to all of you. I just sent in the file
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- what? can't click Link is Awful No Help. Get off her back, we see you starting up again.
Complete thread -- oh maybe, thank you.
Complete thread -- Navane does sound like nervayne
Complete thread -- Omeclamox-Pak
Complete thread -- meds word help - sm
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- google: masson pseudotumor
Complete thread -- Funduscopic
Complete thread -- actually she's asking does "pseudotumor of Masson" make sense and WHY
Complete thread -- I don't think pseudotumor is the issue. It is Masson, which has been documented
Complete thread -- You might not find it on Google, but "pseudotumor" would fit.
Complete thread -- The doc is basically saying "more or less than 1 cm."
Complete thread -- that link is awful
Complete thread -- audio obscured by hum... but minimally would fit, more really does not fit.
Complete thread -- See message and link
Complete thread -- Can't hear your .wav because of loud buzzing/humming sound...?
Complete thread -- What part of the body are we talking about?
Complete thread -- No. It sounds like Nervayne. Thanks for trying
Complete thread -- darlene, are you giving me a google link
Complete thread -- I keep getting google and google finds for me "mass on" instead of Masson
Complete thread -- found this - click link
Complete thread -- I uploaded a
Complete thread -- thanks. Will check out
Complete thread -- Navane
Complete thread -- 1 cm "more" or "minimally" circumscribed mobile mass
Complete thread -- I put it under HEENT or Eyes. Where did it fall in the dictation of the PE, though?
Complete thread -- does it make sense"pseudotumor of Masson" why can I hardly find it on google?
Complete thread -- found it phorias
Complete thread -- does fundoscopic examination go under the neurological heading or separate?
Complete thread -- patient has allergies: To Penicillin and s/l "nervaine".
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- there were no fouriers noted on cover-uncover test
Complete thread -- listen for hemorrhagic hydrocephalus
Complete thread -- You actually need the commas around "unexpectedly" as it is a sentence
Complete thread -- s/l boyzin may be "buzzing"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think ok; just means CT (CAT) is or was used to exam the bowel
Complete thread -- serious consideration with *CAT scan pattern* as well her family history
Complete thread -- There is also an area of _________ in the region of the hepatic flexure.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- patulous?
Complete thread -- CAT scan of the abdomen in the emergency room showed _________ lesions.
Complete thread -- . The ileocecal valve was _______. Biopsies were taken.
Complete thread -- good lord, I mean "be LUMBAR."
Complete thread -- ...because more than likely, it is going to by LUMBAR!
Complete thread -- I have my autocorrect to correct lumber to "LUMBAR OR LUMBER?"
Complete thread -- and sella turcica
Complete thread -- borborygmi for this phrase
Complete thread -- ? if no coronary or cardiac cause is identified...
Complete thread -- WHAT is the diagnosis?
Complete thread -- At least I didn't type "bowel of cereal," which has been known to happen. ;-)
Complete thread -- LOL Standard LUMBER measurement! Can you tell I'm an MT?
Complete thread -- It's the size of a piece of lumber. 2 inches by 12 inches. Standard lumbar measurement
Complete thread -- cover-uncover test
Complete thread -- He hit a 2 x 12. dictated two by twelve. what is this?
Complete thread -- Cover and ____tests does not disclose any strabismus.
Complete thread -- Well, forget that. I think it's ___something or cardiac. Maybe clot or cardiac, but
Complete thread -- I don't quite hear that, gonna flag, thanks though nm!
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- If clinically warranted, correlation with a follow-up gadolinium-enhan ...
Complete thread -- When I first listened, I thought maybe "cauda equina" cause. I may be way off, though.
Complete thread -- she had a pulmonary embolism and pressure and pain in the abdomen
Complete thread -- What exactly was the "event" he is talking about?
Complete thread -- If no ____ cardiac cause was identified for this event, I would be suspicious that he
Complete thread -- did doctor say quote? if so, maybe poison?
Complete thread -- thank you nm!!
Complete thread -- I'd not put any around unexpectedly. The rest looks good.
Complete thread -- She also stated that she hears *boy-zin* noises in her head. Please
Complete thread -- punctuation help with an ugly sentence please
Complete thread -- Senn retractor
Complete thread -- First two hits here may lead to an answer? Please
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Believe it's PHR.
Complete thread -- We did make a small incision and then carefully spread down with a clamp to the bone.
Complete thread -- Ex lap, colon resection with s/l colo-colo anastomosis. TIA!
Complete thread -- EHR is another possibility.
Complete thread -- health record (HR) or personal health record (PHR), just a guess though.
Complete thread -- According to s/l the HR or DHR, the carotid arteries are open.
Complete thread -- It would be "the Lemon's results were discussed with the family" for possession.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If name is Lemon, then it would be Lemons (plural, not possessive).
Complete thread -- I have discussed with the Lemons (or the Lemon's) the results of his labs.....
Complete thread -- GOT it! "struvite"
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- crooked?
Complete thread -- kidney stone
Complete thread -- He states that since then he has noticed an external deformity of his ...
Complete thread -- likely dictator slang for use of cautery
Complete thread -- Intersting! I have no idea if that's what he meant . . marked! Thanks though
Complete thread -- ?borborygmus (nothing to do breath sounds). Check my sp.
Complete thread -- Breath sounds after intubation s/l BOROGORME?
Complete thread -- Adequate hemostasis was assured by *buzzing* in the bed of the liver. ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- which had a transient response
Complete thread -- not it. flagging. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- appropriate response?
Complete thread -- The patient was hypotensive on presentation with a blood pressure of 8 ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- see link regarding "mother-in-law" grasper.
Complete thread -- We then turned our attention back to the femur using _____ to expose t ...
Complete thread -- Oh, I'm just saying I have never heard it dictated, but it is a word.
Complete thread -- wav posted. sounds ilial to me. :-) ...
Complete thread -- but neither would make sense in the sentence
Complete thread -- ileum, ileal, ileus, iliac, ilial, ilium...they don't pay us enough!
Complete thread -- ? stage 1
Complete thread -- I don't think I have ever heard "ilial" dictated before, only iliac. First for everything.
Complete thread -- patient do not want
Complete thread -- thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- Not quite sure, but "ileal" doesn't sound right since reference is made to fem-fem. iliac?
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. i was googling ilial PT bypass but it was suggesting ile ...
Complete thread -- ...iliac to posterior tibial?
Complete thread -- your research will work better if you spell it ilial.
Complete thread -- The patient do not want us to proceed with the bypass, except for a FE ...
Complete thread -- my error, LIMA and LITA are used interchangeably; the 2 chest arteries (right and left)
Complete thread -- look upward on this pg.see onelook.com only one "S" listing sm
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Of note, the patient _____ cytology in December was positive for malig ...
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Followup?
Complete thread -- dysgranulopoiesis ?
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. She has a small amount of nasal congestion from previous without pain.
Complete thread -- Sentence make sense? No sure if separate sentences.
Complete thread -- would scant hematopoiesis make sense?
Complete thread -- No cap G
Complete thread -- formal exploration and look at this wound in an attempt to...
Complete thread -- please share for others. Also...
Complete thread -- No. I hear stange (stan not stane). She is on a cell phone, poor connection. I'll flag.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- can you hear trilineage hematopoiesis?
Complete thread -- giardia
Complete thread -- Nevermind.....at end of report she said it again much clearer and it is Giardiasis.
Complete thread -- s/l str-y-dia
Complete thread -- st___ hematopoiesis
Complete thread -- We were posting at the exact same time...
Complete thread -- no.....
Complete thread -- Flagging, thanks.
Complete thread -- These are reports normally for treatment of drug addiction, etc.
Complete thread -- sounds like wellgoodson willcookson?
Complete thread -- or maybe s/l toro fracture table?
Complete thread -- hip fracture surgery - s/l Toraflex table?
Complete thread -- did you not notice the closeness of time when you 2 posted? No one stepped
Complete thread -- CAT scan of the abdomen in the emergency room showed _________ lesions.
Complete thread -- logistically inconvenient to operate in the rooms and ______
Complete thread -- Found this. Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanx
Complete thread -- Yes, correct as you have it.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- It is very unpalatable. He is stable. The _____ rope came out of the fistulous sm
Complete thread -- family's ?? correct form
Complete thread -- porphyrin screen was the blank
Complete thread -- NM, I'm going to need to send note to Q anyway, so will flag.
Complete thread -- Doc states pt on Novolin 47 units and then later says he's on
Complete thread -- that is what/why I outlined in my post, did I not, per example
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not for sure if sentence flows ok, i.e, would help if voice file sm
Complete thread -- Linzess is a medication for constipation. (OP said it wasn't linseed.)
Complete thread -- Thank you!! + (not dar)
Complete thread -- pronounced "littic"
Complete thread -- lytic (as an thrombolytic)
Complete thread -- see message : (
Complete thread -- for me, I would go as dictated. If sentence ended with sm
Complete thread -- thrombectomy as well as *litta* therapy of the anterior occlusion
Complete thread -- Do i need to type anoperineum or anoperineal
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- yes, it's the area between anal opening and vaginal orifice
Complete thread -- AC
Complete thread -- PC (AFTER MEALS) Got it! Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- need a little help with prescription dictated. Thanks!
Complete thread -- agree Linseed a Natural Remedy for IBS, Constipation, Diverticulitis sm
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Physical Findings: On examination of her s/l anoperineum,
Complete thread -- well, it's lysis
Complete thread -- he spells out l-y-s-y-s
Complete thread -- Linzess (linaclotide)
Complete thread -- how about Linzess then?
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- anyone heard of blood undergoing lysys <-spelled like that?
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- linseed?
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- s/l lin zes for constipation
Complete thread -- reposted, thanks nm
Complete thread -- Guess you'll have to post wav again.
Complete thread -- pelvic fracture and __________ hospital.
Complete thread -- IgG4 for any autoimmune pancreatitis and _____ scan which were pending at the time of
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- possibly cutting off hydrochloride from labetalol hydrochloride. Not sure
Complete thread -- good research, good info. Thanks, Kitty!
Complete thread -- I think you're just bitter. I'd think an MT perfectly capable of looking at that
Complete thread -- Gravidity and parity: Gravidity is the number of confirmed pregnancies; a pregnant woman
Complete thread -- found: In July 2004 California Court Extends Tarasoff Mandated Reporting Standard
Complete thread -- california child psychiatry: s/l Tarasoft report ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- modified?
Complete thread -- s/l mod um barium swallow
Complete thread -- posted
Complete thread -- thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- s/l "involved field"? There's involved-field radiation/irradiation
Complete thread -- i mean mp3. ...
Complete thread -- posted in mps. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- will wait for below post
Complete thread -- , aspirin, glyburide, labetalol _____, Flomax, Tribenzor, and Aciphex.
Complete thread -- He has not had any revision since then and has been in his usual state ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input but don't think so. He's talking about a procedure not a splint app
Complete thread -- work with a splint
Complete thread -- finger wound - formal exploration and s/l wok with a spoon TIA!
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- oh thank you!! Yes. Dictation quality is so fuzzy but I hear that now!
Complete thread -- ?bracing
Complete thread -- patient with painful knee, see msg.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- SBP (spontaneous bacterial peritonitis)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Discussed with GI and ID the possibility of _____ is low, so we decided to
Complete thread -- ?empirically started at first
Complete thread -- paracentesis and empirically started for _____ until the time the patientís cultures
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- plaques?
Complete thread -- Air was drawn back, and a .... (for reference for next time)
Complete thread -- flagged. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- A Veress needle was introduced and inserted into the abdomen. _____ a ...
Complete thread -- eye exam - sm (s/l traps)
Complete thread -- eye. ...
Complete thread -- A secondary time-out was then performed to identify the correct patien ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- commuting, I believe
Complete thread -- wav posted. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The patient was also provided with a sling which he is to use while *k ...
Complete thread -- i wrote intratracheal ring space. google is also suggesting this. ...
Complete thread -- sounds like since it was after hours, we did not have clear lab call..
Complete thread -- please read rules in upper right-hand corner.
Complete thread -- Got it, "secundines."
Complete thread -- Incomplete AB, bleeding. On exam there are clusters of tissue & clots within uterine
Complete thread -- thanks for that information. Learn something every day.
Complete thread -- sounds like "Clearlabcall" SM
Complete thread -- intertracheal ring space
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Perhaps the 3 is incorrect.
Complete thread -- probably another drug - Percocet?
Complete thread -- The anesthesiologist then took down the cuff on their endotracheal tub ...
Complete thread -- she says "appear" because she is talking about more than one item
Complete thread -- I would, too
Complete thread -- it doesn't have to be a complete sentence (!)
Complete thread -- sorry I couldn't help, that was bad.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The patientís __________ otherwise negative.
Complete thread -- Super Revo - had to find it as soon as I posted of course
Complete thread -- Rotator cuff repair using 2 triple-loaded s/l Super Eagle Anchors.
Complete thread -- definitely not seronegative, the "f" was unquestionable.
Complete thread -- that's more esoteric than helpful
Complete thread -- To clarify (BOS3 p. 121, 122) : for example,
Complete thread -- Use a colon with the phrase "for example" when followed by list, phrase, etc.
Complete thread -- According to BOS p. 120 (see example)
Complete thread -- Oops, didn't see you included parity as well with gravida.
Complete thread -- G1 isn't being questioned. It is the P1 (living infants).
Complete thread -- s/b There is a lot of confusion concerning this.
Complete thread -- Doc is right, sm
Complete thread -- Verbatim, Thank you :) ...
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- sorry, should have mentioned both alive and well. Thanks- will change
Complete thread -- incorrect commas?
Complete thread -- Is it possible one died? If not, P2. Don't think he would say "set of twins" if 1 died.
Complete thread -- Doc says "She is G1, P1 with a set of twins." It has to be P2 doesn't it?
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. I am new to this account.
Complete thread -- s/l atropia may be (relisten for) tropia sm See ****
Complete thread -- eye exam
Complete thread -- Thanks billybob. Will use that.
Complete thread -- I'd call it "The identified part was noted."
Complete thread -- Thank you. Will relisten.
Complete thread -- Probably stumbling and means implantables, but possibly end-implantables? WAG
Complete thread -- Antibiotics given at appropriate times. "Identified part noted." Is this correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks, oscar.
Complete thread -- Please see hardware operative log...
Complete thread -- It s/l he says 'interplantables" but must mean 'implantables. Cannot identify blank.
Complete thread -- Excuse me. I just posted by wav and I am waiting for an answer. Will post again.
Complete thread -- It sure is rip-stop. Just found it also. Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- then on the right _____. We next took the midline strap muscles down
Complete thread -- I think it is ripstop, but check it out.
Complete thread -- Premature post. Sorry
Complete thread -- Vagifem and Benadryl as needed for insomnia and *egg for sac*
Complete thread -- It s/l he says 'interplantables" but must mean 'implantables. Cannot identify blank
Complete thread -- s/l "rip-stock" stitches
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- An abdominal MRI from 12/10/2013 showed 4 x 3.4 x 3 x 2.2 cm lesion
Complete thread -- Prerenal etiology seems fine to me. Means problem is not from kidney itself.
Complete thread -- prerenal is correct
Complete thread -- Acute renal failure of unknown etiology. Patient is on Foley catheter. ...
Complete thread -- expectorations?? (I would certainly flag if I couldn't hear it clearly.)
Complete thread -- guessing "documentations"?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- even the?
Complete thread -- s/l rupture evenda (not event)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- can anyone guess what this word should be? Doc cut self off.
Complete thread -- Westergren.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Nevertheless, because of the lumbar MRI, I am going to send him over f ...
Complete thread -- Neither would I, as it's not a complete sentence.
Complete thread -- I would leave as you have it. And I would not add comma as CO MT suggested.
Complete thread -- I'd add a comma after "less well."
Complete thread -- grammar help
Complete thread -- Here is a visual for you also. Was posted here just the other day in answer
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Rocephin?
Complete thread -- 3 things - apex, inferior and posterior wall
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The *apex inferior and posterior wall* appear hypokinetic. Does she mean
Complete thread -- The patient was started on _____ and Levaquin and he was monitored.
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your help.
Complete thread -- The patient was started on *fox fin* and Levaquin and he was monitored
Complete thread -- No it's not, but thanks
Complete thread -- not even close to your s/l, but diathermy spatula??
Complete thread -- I looked up ovarian diathermy and spatula and they use a spatula similarly to what
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Additional info inside...
Complete thread -- except history of frequent UTIs and history of __________ disease, came in with compl
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Ovarian diathermy: s/l gallbladder spatula. Cannot confirm in book or Google.
Complete thread -- some kind of topical disease
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- abdominal ascites?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- s/l moddely is probinvoluted and stained, mottling, with florescein
Complete thread -- check with account, though I have none that allow. I'd always expand if possible.
Complete thread -- Stages
Complete thread -- CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE is arabic 1, 2, 3, 4,
Complete thread -- topical?
Complete thread -- some kind of tropical disease?
Complete thread -- past medical history of frequent UTI, history of __________ disease, who reported pa
Complete thread -- kidney disease stages arabic or Roman? TIA
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I will take my guess back (relative). I was thinking of a specific type but this
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- relative?
Complete thread -- or V and G?
Complete thread -- ah, ok
Complete thread -- maybe dull of is developed?
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- nearly pain-free?
Complete thread -- ...spine; he had it pain-free. Or: ...spine, and he had it pain-free.
Complete thread -- Tradjenta?
Complete thread -- I hear "the D and G" was then used, but I'm unable to document
Complete thread -- Physical exam ...
Complete thread -- On my account, we'd leave the K as dictated.
Complete thread -- pre-phthisical
Complete thread -- med s/l bagenta
Complete thread -- He had s/l dull of hypokalemia which was treated with K supplement.
Complete thread -- positioned IOL. The left side had a _______ appear
Complete thread -- I'm thinking he might be trying to turn mottled into an adverb. Mottley?
Complete thread -- don't think so
Complete thread -- moderately?
Complete thread -- A _____ was then used along with Endoshears and the sigmoid adhesions
Complete thread -- s/l moddely
Complete thread -- s/l D N G
Complete thread -- don't forget to add an "S" on Blake (s) were secured etc
Complete thread -- Retroflex view ______ small hiatal hernia.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- I think he changed his mind to: Staff has called daily. (but why?)
Complete thread -- The patient __________. Patient resumed his Coumadin with Lovenox
Complete thread -- with the patient's knee pain, seronegative (like seronegative arthritis) fits.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- I looked at the blood work done _____ she had slightly elevated bilirubin
Complete thread -- with separate stab wound incisions...oops
Complete thread -- seperate stab wound incisions. heavy-grade silk
Complete thread -- seronegative?
Complete thread -- s/l pre ticycle
Complete thread -- We inserted a size 24-French chest tube into the right pleural cavity ...
Complete thread -- thinking it's possibly for ferroportin. allowed abbreviations on labs, so just leaving as
Complete thread -- s/l ferro-negative, ferro negative? related to hemochromatosis.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- were returned.
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia revealed a small anteverted uterus with no adnex ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in which we had
Complete thread -- During the placement of the right fallopian tube, tubal spasm was enco ...
Complete thread -- I'm thinking "intra-atrial"
Complete thread -- immobilization procedure
Complete thread -- no leads on cath
Complete thread -- it just occurred to me "intra-atrial pressure"
Complete thread -- google!! Ashkenazi Jewish descent
Complete thread -- He is s/l hodgkin nazidu descent who has several hematologic probs.
Complete thread -- Ewww, just...no. Too much wrong with that one.
Complete thread -- Right femur fracture with significant bone loss with interval placemen ...
Complete thread -- Yes, makes sense to talk about both. They are just giving
Complete thread -- will go with cut to fit ...
Complete thread -- "were kept to fit the defect" is what i hear. ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He continues on sodium valproate 4 mL orally BD (160 mg orally BD
Complete thread -- "were cut to fit the defect and placed on top of " is what I hear but
Complete thread -- Next, two layers of Aquacel Ag were ____ defect in place on top of the ...
Complete thread -- thanks - that is what I was thinking on the wedge, just not familiar enough so
Complete thread -- I don't hear atrial. I hear wedge. But...he's just saying a Y wave...but
Complete thread -- I'd agree with infected.
Complete thread -- A lot of times for hip osteosarcoma is cisplatin and Adriamycin
Complete thread -- I think dictator contradicting "wedge pressure" done or not done see what I mean.
Complete thread -- I think he is saying atrial pressure, but not sure. Thanks for the links
Complete thread -- never had any of that on any catheterizations I've done, not familiar, but sending
Complete thread -- thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- ? infected
Complete thread -- Perhaps assisted???
Complete thread -- check this link to see if anything helps
Complete thread -- posted a better Mp3 with the same blank above - thanks
Complete thread -- more cath results
Complete thread -- oh forget that suggestion...sorry. that's where you have deep V wave
Complete thread -- lead V1?
Complete thread -- s/l cytoplastin...sm
Complete thread -- Anyone?
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- doctor is giving cardiac cath results
Complete thread -- SM - I'd do this:
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- comma after heat and no comma after back -sometimes one word
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation?
Complete thread -- Yes--I searched Google and it's capped ...
Complete thread -- I would as it is the name of that particular marathon.
Complete thread -- He started having pain after running in the Pittsburgh Marathon. Cap marathon?
Complete thread -- Followup for right knee arthroscopy s/l affected ACL revision.
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone.
Complete thread -- 1/2+
Complete thread -- Ĺ+
Complete thread -- He has "half plus laxity" with Lachman exam. How to transcribe half plus?
Complete thread -- That was clearly it. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- tx, Poi
Complete thread -- involvement of the arthritic process
Complete thread -- I entered the notch. ACL was intact as well as PCL. I then entered the ...
Complete thread -- subligamentous
Complete thread -- describe a focal posterior large left-sided _____-herniation at C3-4
Complete thread -- Thank you for the clarification. I appreciate your input.
Complete thread -- naw
Complete thread -- There IS ... 9. In sentences beginning with there is or there are, the subject follows th
Complete thread -- I vote for "is"
Complete thread -- I wouldn't either (lose sleep) but in the future think of / as "and/or"
Complete thread -- I wouldn't lose any sleep over it!
Complete thread -- I already uploaded file with /. Is it terrible?????
Complete thread -- *sleep stages are roman numerals generally.
Complete thread -- phase-reversing
Complete thread -- EEG which showed a left temporal lobe seizure focus ____at T3 and T5 brought out with
Complete thread -- anterior posterior - definitely not /
Complete thread -- I would do anterior-posterior but think anteroposterior would be okay too.
Complete thread -- I relistened a few times but your wav was posted over shortly after and I couldn't get it.
Complete thread -- thank you , carol
Complete thread -- how would you write anterior posterior? Anterior and posterior
Complete thread -- I hear penta cream (could be short for pentazocine).
Complete thread -- Probably orthogonal lateral and AP views of the hip.
Complete thread -- I have not sent it yet...
Complete thread -- Current Medications: (s/l Pensin) cream, Vicodin and/or tramadol p.r.n. for pain
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with multiple premature I mean
Complete thread -- going with PST
Complete thread -- multiple premature
Complete thread -- itial EKG showing sinus rhythm __________ ventricular complexes.
Complete thread -- sounds like ----DAS---- tincture of opium
Complete thread -- Not really. I'll listen a few more times if you haven't sent yet.
Complete thread -- The patient was asymptomatic and stable *in P S T*
Complete thread -- thank you... Any guess on the first blank?
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- THANKS, OSCAR! :)
Complete thread -- elixir (Roxanol comes in an elixir)
Complete thread -- med s/l elexor
Complete thread -- leg bag? if he has a catheter, that would make sense.
Complete thread -- OMG YES! Thank you so much! I was about to drive myself crazy trying to find this.
Complete thread -- issue of concern?, but given that fact _____ ?
Complete thread -- Vimovo?
Complete thread -- Pt s/p cystectomy
Complete thread -- Yes, thank you! She repeated it further in the report, just wasn't cle ...
Complete thread -- could it be anti-Ro
Complete thread -- probably anti-Ro
Complete thread -- two blanks need help please
Complete thread -- Anti-inflammatory that s/l goo-mogal (or s/l glu-mogal). I have post below
Complete thread -- She stumped me further along. Will flag and move on. Thanks
Complete thread -- Can't document this, but I think in list w/sing., plural, the verb agrees with first item.
Complete thread -- I think this is an anti-inflammatory, as in another report I have a s/l that sounds just
Complete thread -- sounds like Heah or heel? Any ideas? She is bad so a sound file really will not
Complete thread -- From research, it appears to be "neuromonitoring." Stedman has it also. (see link)
Complete thread -- multiple small fetal anomalies
Complete thread -- so, is this neuro or neural?
Complete thread -- Roos is correct (see link)
Complete thread -- more info. patient is a teenager
Complete thread -- s/l roos shoulder testing
Complete thread -- neuromonitoring (see link)
Complete thread -- Pt had shoulder surgery. s/l immobile samples (Please see inside for context.)
Complete thread -- Anybody else have an opinion?
Complete thread -- neuro or neural?
Complete thread -- Thank you, Oasis. Is didn't seem right either!
Complete thread -- If you rearrange: osteophytes, cysts, sclerosis, and narrowing are evident.
Complete thread -- I know it sounds weird, but s-v agreement says "are."
Complete thread -- I'll listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Just checking that "is" is correct.
Complete thread -- Yes, that must be it. Thanks!!
Complete thread -- immediate-fit?
Complete thread -- below-knee amputation with a *media-fit* prosthesis... Please sm for context
Complete thread -- degenerative?
Complete thread -- Working for an extremely fast speaker.
Complete thread -- s/l depurative may be (?) suppurative fibrinous debris ?
Complete thread -- ESL doc, plse sm
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- got it... it's FFP
Complete thread -- FFP?
Complete thread -- vitamin K and *V P* in the emergency room
Complete thread -- Thanks for your answer, sm.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot.
Complete thread -- Is there an explanation anywhere that only one wav file at a time
Complete thread -- ANCA ??
Complete thread -- Nevermind, got it
Complete thread -- s/l anchor
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he's self-correcting? Anyone else think the same?
Complete thread -- signs of a surgical process. ______ late on if necrotizing enterocolitis would alway
Complete thread -- Technically, no. The comma does not strike me as blatantly wrong, however, as
Complete thread -- "depurative" fibrinous debris. Not sure if I hear correct here.
Complete thread -- Is there supposed to be a comma before 'as was...?'
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.. cant find what he is saying.
Complete thread -- or got, uh, lateral and AP. . .
Complete thread -- Can you repost .wav? Yours got covered up before anyone helped.
Complete thread -- ranitidine comes in 150?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found this:
Complete thread -- thanks... i did
Complete thread -- med s/l binetadine 150
Complete thread -- Pulses are 2+ throughout.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I hear "stool softener" before Advair.
Complete thread -- Full range of motion _____ throughout.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 40 mg daily, ??? Advair,
Complete thread -- We obtained s/l "ogada", lateral and AP views of the hip.
Complete thread -- as needed makes sense -
Complete thread -- Spiriva, metoprolol 25 mg daily, Lipitor, _____, Advair, aspirin 81 mg
Complete thread -- Epic Supra
Complete thread -- added wav above
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- #19 "epic super Bovine bioprosthesis"
Complete thread -- C'mon, "line padding"?? That's ridiculous - "require" adds 1/10 of a line.
Complete thread -- Calcium was 9.4. _____ glucose on 02/17 was 132.
Complete thread -- laxity
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Looks like hemoglobin SS is a type of sickle cell.
Complete thread -- Sickle cell anemia *of S S*
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- didn't think of it. you're right though, I should have.
Complete thread -- just use with and not and.
Complete thread -- Could have told us it was a letter to begin with.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the input. This is a long letter and it's all in full sentences except for
Complete thread -- that's in the forearm?
Complete thread -- don't add the word "require" - that is "line padding" in my opinion. it is fine as
Complete thread -- usually we do that to make it make sense.
Complete thread -- it sounds fine, why would you want to change the dictation or add words that aren't said?
Complete thread -- ahh...
Complete thread -- pollicis (longus)?
Complete thread -- Actually now here diagnosis of adenocarcinoma .
Complete thread -- pelvis
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- A possibility would be "simple cysts with clinical management as needed.
Complete thread -- gawd No
Complete thread -- hallucis longus, increased pain with compression and extraction of the ______.
Complete thread -- agree ... Don't "make" it into a "proper" sentence. They stand as dictated.
Complete thread -- It doesn't need to be a sentence.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry... polis was the question
Complete thread -- Thanks, but "clinical management as needed" is the problem here.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I listened again and it's very clearly "as needed." Not sure the comma helps
Complete thread -- not saying "is" needed? If you're sure of "as" needed, then perhaps...
Complete thread -- reads ok to me - "However, these cysts are simple cysts and clinical management as needed"
Complete thread -- I hear: owing to the fact that the lesion was circumferential. Sounds
Complete thread -- looks like re: extensor hallucis longus, increased pain with compression and extraction of
Complete thread -- However, these cysts are simple cysts and clinical management as needed.
Complete thread -- Pathology revealing ________ adenocarcinoma moderately-to-poorly differentiated
Complete thread -- cell carcinoma. _______ of the lesion was circumferential
Complete thread -- Is there is a question here??
Complete thread -- Might be slurring Marshal syndrome, but?? rate genetic immune disorder, can google.com
Complete thread -- extensor hallucis longus, increased pain with compression and extraction of the polis
Complete thread -- if "clear" I'd go with it. Meanings "original/untouched by previous surgery see *** sm
Complete thread -- s/l mar-shuh-rell syndrome TIA!
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking, thanks for replying!
Complete thread -- Yes
Complete thread -- but, some people consider 68 elderly.
Complete thread -- I hear scar?
Complete thread -- I would say it could be either/or, and only the doc knows for sure.
Complete thread -- bulging disk?
Complete thread -- Patient has *laxcicity* of sacroiliac, intercoccygeal joints, but no localized pain
Complete thread -- s/l virgin disk TIA!
Complete thread -- and here is more context, no history known of spine surgery
Complete thread -- I uploaded a
Complete thread -- Wow, you have the same dictator that the person below has? Testing?
Complete thread -- surgical scar? Has the patient had previous back surgery?
Complete thread -- there is diffuse tenderness to palpation along the "surgical star" in the lumbar spin
Complete thread -- elderly does not maek sense. He is 68
Complete thread -- He is a thin ___ male in no acute distress
Complete thread -- i think you are right
Complete thread -- His family history is significant for a mother ____ with no history of ...
Complete thread -- Florastor
Complete thread -- thoracentesis s/l*estinger*was connected to the Vacutainer
Complete thread -- thanks for tyring, wiill put piriformis
Complete thread -- More context later saying about piriformis so maybe????
Complete thread -- there is positive ____with pain. (or maybe piriformis)
Complete thread -- sounds right, but why doesnt he say it right near oxycodone?
Complete thread -- good idea. Thanks I flagged and suggested that
Complete thread -- says "gill bear" syndrome, so no. More likely Gilbert, but
Complete thread -- do you think it could be Guillian-Barres syndrome?
Complete thread -- s/l florestor daily
Complete thread -- I think Gilbert but usually hear pronounced with j sound. (french)
Complete thread -- Didn't someone mention a Maryland dissector last night for this?
Complete thread -- he has a history of ____ syndrome
Complete thread -- bupropion?
Complete thread -- oxycodone PR (prolonged release)??? SM
Complete thread -- her psychiatrist changed med to buprenorphine at 100 mg q.a.m. I cant buprenorphine
Complete thread -- is there such a thing as p.o. p.r. (not p.r.n. unless he forgot to say the n at the
Complete thread -- is there any Mallory dissector launched recently in the health industr ...
Complete thread -- Any idea what it's for? Says no need to treat the sc hypothyroidism. alfuzosin?
Complete thread -- drug that sounds like ibusozan?
Complete thread -- transmural
Complete thread -- On EKG, he had s/l transmaterial injury within the anterior wall of heart.
Complete thread -- thank you so much poi!
Complete thread -- Thank you both soooooo much!!!! :)
Complete thread -- hmm..except that is found in the lungs - trying noncaseating
Complete thread -- non-cavitating granulomas.
Complete thread -- non-cavitating
Complete thread -- inflammation and the presence of (s/ non-ecaviating) granulomas raising the suspicion
Complete thread -- u r right. thanks. ...
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Complete thread -- sternal notch to nipple distance of 33. Shouldn't it be larger
Complete thread -- sternal notch to nipple distance
Complete thread -- Preoperatively, the patient was noted to have a left breast that was s ...
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Complete thread -- anterior
Complete thread -- he is dictating either internal or anterior. one word only. which will ...
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. internal anterior (SM)
Complete thread -- On ex lap the *internal/anterior* ligamentous mass was found to contai ...
Complete thread -- Yes, they are.
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