Posted By: pieper on 2008-07-31
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Subject: ankle mortise/mortis
my rad account says mortis but my hosp account says mortise, which one?
I see both in google
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Please help edit my transcription here: At this time, the AP, lateral and mortise? views revealed that the fracture was quite well reduced, that the mortis? was also in good position.
yes its mortise. mortis is death.
Subject: yes its mortise. mortis is death.
mortise joint -->
The joint that is formed by the inferior articular and malleolar articular surfaces of the tibia, the malleolar articular surface of the fibula, and the medial malleolar, lateral malleolar, and superior surfaces of the talus.
I believe it is bending and it should be ankle mortise
Subject: I believe it is bending and it should be ankle mortise
Is it mortis view or mortise view-
Subject: Is it mortis view or mortise view-
I am finding both. Seems like when I was studying for my radiology license it was mortis but now I wonder since it was so long ago. Help!
good preservation of ankle mortise NM
Subject: good preservation of ankle mortise NM
Nondisplaced fibula fracture s/l *alloplaster* x-rays, AP, lateral, and mortise views of the ankle.
Subject: Nondisplaced fibula fracture s/l *alloplaster* x-rays, AP, lateral, and mortise views of the ankle.
It is mortise.
Subject: It is mortise.
Reviewing my own question, my research shows me that it is mortise in both places. Any opinions?
Did you use your medical dictionary? Dorland's and Stedman's say mortise.
mortise is what you are looking for
Subject: mortise is what you are looking for
Mortise view - nm
Subject: Mortise view - nm
mortise diastasis ?
Subject: mortise diastasis ?
Subject: mortise diastasis?
lateral mortise view. sm
Subject: lateral mortise view. sm
Ankle and Foot X Ray
Normal Ankle X Ray. A basic radiographic examination consists of a AP view, Mortise
Subject: Ankle x-ray.
Sentence is: No widening of the interosseous (s/l) synomosis) is noted.
it was ANKLE!! lol
Subject: it was ANKLE!! lol
All I can think of is ankle block?
Subject: All I can think of is ankle block?
Is it ankle related?
Subject: Is it ankle related?
talar tilt test
Yes, foot/ankle (nm)
Subject: Yes, foot/ankle (nm)
Ortho - ankle
Subject: Ortho - ankle
Patient has come in with swelling and pain in the ankle. Doc dictates she is tender to palpation over the "para niece ter shus" tendons. Any ideas?
Subject: Ankle Screws
The patient is having an examination after having closed manipulation and reduction of the fracture and percutaneous cannulated screw fixation of the fracture site. This comminuted fracture of the body of the calcaneus remains in good positional alignment and with one "can sell us" screw and washer.
Any clues on the screw name?
Subject: ankle surgery
Can you give us the whole sentence?
Subject: Charcot ankle...nm
PE of right ankle - need word help
Subject: PE of right ankle - need word help
Dorsiflexion is neutral and s/l plex plane are flexing about 40вк
Subject: ankle cuff
States s/l standard pneumatic ankle cuff was inflated to 250 mmHg-- would this be correct?
foot/ankle - THanks for looking
Subject: foot/ankle - THanks for looking
sprain of the ankle
Subject: sprain of the ankle
There was some question of a s/l 'dorsed chip of the vendicular' ??
Subject: Ankle ortho
Neurovascular appears intact with full range of motion of her ankle. No evidence of tenderness except somewhat up at the s/l pes an za rine. Any ideas?
Yes. Measure at ankle and arm. sm
Subject: Yes. Measure at ankle and arm. sm
Look under recommendations.
ankle swelling nm
Subject: ankle swelling nm
SL bi-ankle edema
Subject: SL bi-ankle edema
She may mean bilateral, but says it exactly this way (and only once). Thanks for any help!
Ankle Terminology. HELP!
Subject: Ankle Terminology. HELP!
Hi, I'm writing a H&P for work and I need help!! The paitent is having ankle pain,
There is really no bony tenderness to the medial or lateral myleal(??) line. What "line" is this in the foot? Sounds like meleal/mylea line? Any help would be greatly appreicated!
Help with ankle fracture x-ray
Subject: Help with ankle fracture x-ray
Three views of the left foot demonstrate calcification in the peroneus longus and/or brevis, as well as two s/l suit jackets or suture jacks remaining in the posterior calcaneus
I could be way off, but that is what I am getting out of it. Thanks
inversion to ankle sm
Subject: inversion to ankle sm
ASSESSMENT: Ankle sprain, sub acute without sufficient rehab time and relative rest to allow for complete healing and recovery.
His examination today shows some mild tenderness over his anterior talofibular ligament. Negative anterior drawer and negative s/l cotton maneuver. There is no pain with inversion/eversion stress. There is a little bit of discomfort posteriorly with forced dorsiflexion and plantar flexion.
this has nothing to do with ankle sprains. nm
Subject: this has nothing to do with ankle sprains. nm
scolastic ankle? sm
Subject: scolastic ankle? sm
DIAGNOSIS: s/l scolastic ankle, late effect of fracture, ankle synovitis and ankle contracture.
no ankle artrhroscopy
Subject: no ankle artrhroscopy
Is the following incorrect if given in the ankle..
Subject: Is the following incorrect if given in the ankle..
Doc dictated MCL, LCL, and Hoffa's fat pad information in an MRI of the left ankle. I have been doing orthopaedics for a long time, and aren't all of these only in the knee, or have I learned something new in my old age?
s/l ankle ducts?
Subject: s/l ankle ducts?
Reflexes: Both ankle (ducts) are absent
thanks in advance
ankle jerks maybe?
Subject: ankle jerks maybe?
ortho ankle help
Subject: ortho ankle help
The pain is clearly at the lateral aspect of the lateral malleolus, not in the region of the lateral (s/l-GATA). Not ankle. This is a foreign doc, british maybe ;) Thanks
pt sprained ankle doing x-rays. sm
Subject: pt sprained ankle doing x-rays. sm
This is an ESL doc.
She says.....Patient has some joint effusion. Patient has s/l well-"corticated" multiple densities adjacent to tip of lateral malleolus and also over medial malleolus. Seems to be well-"corticated". Seems to be from old trauma. Patient stated he sprained his ankle in past and he had x-ray done.
Wossy ankle brace?
Subject: Wossy ankle brace?
Help! Can't find anything even close!
Could it be Kallassy ankle brace?
Subject: Could it be Kallassy ankle brace?
ABI, ankle-brachial index, maybe.
Subject: ABI, ankle-brachial index, maybe.
She has 1+ (s/l) sacodema and 1+ ankle edema.
Subject: She has 1+ (s/l) sacodema and 1+ ankle edema.
She has 1+ (s/l) sacodema and 1+ ankle edema.
What is the 's' word?
calcaneal, the one at the back of the ankle? nm
Subject: calcaneal, the one at the back of the ankle? nm
SM for info on ankle complex.
Subject: SM for info on ankle complex.
Any of these?
The lateral ankle complex (ie. the anterior talofibular, calcaneofibular, posterior talofibular ligaments