I think you're okay with the VP disease. Think your organism is
Posted By: erysipelas. NM on 2007-08-22
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Word help s/l clyde vox disease or clydevox disease or klinvox disease???? TIA.
Subject: Word help s/l clyde vox disease or clydevox disease or klinvox disease???? TIA.
s/l stink-in organism
Subject: s/l stink-in organism
Pt. suffered hand injuries then a liver abscess due to Strep. intermedius. Dr. says it is probable that a "s/l stink-in" organism would enter the body through a skin injury and end up causing significant debilitation, as we saw during his hospitalization, etc. Thank you!!
Are you looking for an organism like Klebsiella? nm
Subject: Are you looking for an organism like Klebsiella? nm
stands for Campylobacter-like organism
Subject: stands for Campylobacter-like organism
Does the lab work show up later that would ID this organism?nm
Subject: Does the lab work show up later that would ID this organism?nm
opps that would organism not syndrome
Subject: opps that would organism not syndrome
Only capitalize proper form of organism if
Subject: Only capitalize proper form of organism if
species follows per BOS.
Example: Staphylococcus aureus
but not staphylococcus by itself
A search shows it's very rare to get this organism. Wouldn't use it
Subject: A search shows it's very rare to get this organism. Wouldn't use it
In this instance, Sted's Lab & Path words said this organism is capitalized. nm
Subject: In this instance, Sted's Lab & Path words said this organism is capitalized. nm
Correct. Just means the organism is sensitive to all antibiotics tested. (nm)
Subject: Correct. Just means the organism is sensitive to all antibiotics tested. (nm)
Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. These are named after..
Subject: Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease. These are named after..
Also known as:
Alzheimer-Perusini disease (misnomer)
Dementia of the Alzheimer type
Senile dementia of the Alzheimer type
Presenile dementia, senile dementia.
English physician and paleontologist, born April 11, 1755, Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, London; died 1824, London.
Exaggeration of the characteristics of parkinsonism associated with acute anxiety.
A degenerative disorder of the nervous system characterized by masklike facies, a fine, slowly spreading tremor, cogwheel rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural instability with a peculiar gait.
The immobile, expressionless, masklike facial characteristic of parkinsonism.
probable osteoarthritic disease? osteoporotic disease? nm
Subject: probable osteoarthritic disease? osteoporotic disease? nm
Skin Disease S/L En Saint Reole Disease
Subject: Skin Disease S/L En Saint Reole Disease
Pt has has pink raised ciruclar lesions on trunk and distal extremities.
Dx is S/L En Saint Reole disease. Any body know what the heck this is?
s/l skionbarres disease or gyonbarres disease
Subject: s/l skionbarres disease or gyonbarres disease
Doctor says: She was diagnosed with this disease 1 year ago. She was wheelchair bound until June.
Thank you for any help!
Also, diverticular disease, diverticular modifying type of disease.:-) NM
Subject: Also, diverticular disease, diverticular modifying type of disease.:-) NM
I personally transcribe buttock if they're referring to one side, and buttocks if they're refe
Subject: I personally transcribe buttock if they're referring to one side, and buttocks if they're referring to both or the whole thing....nm
pardon me? of course they're science terms, but they're also MEDICAL terms...see link
Subject: pardon me? of course they're science terms, but they're also MEDICAL terms...see link
Subject: HUR disease?
Under family history: Grandmother had s/l HUR disease or HERR disease?
Subject: Fifth's disease
In the Assessment she is saying
S/l A-pos-qu-sis due to his left cheek appearance????
Subject: Fifth's disease
Not a medical word, but maybe apophysis, meaning an outgrown of or to bring forth. That's my guess!
Patient was worked up by ENT and was told that his hearing was fine and he did not have any -- sounds like lab-ruts disease????
Subject: disease name
Okay, here it goes, I have the disease bolded.
There is some calcification along the abductor tubricle suggestive of Pelic Reistreotic disease.
Any clues? I can barely give a spelling suggestion.
s/l Lay's disease? sm.
Subject: s/l Lay's disease? sm.
Patient is a child, was dx'd with lay's disease as a newborn and had high lactates and abnormal MRI with basal ganglia defects. Prognosis grim.
Disease help please
Subject: Disease help please
Hello all...doctor is dictating a past medical history of s/l calf or calves-leg purse disease as a child. No clue on my end...any help out there?
Anemia _______ disease. Thanks.
Is it spastic paraplagia that is also known as Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease?
disease help ..... sm
Subject: disease help ..... sm
A hemolysis workup was performed, which was negative including normal reticulocyte count, normal haptoglobin, LDH, and a negative Coombs test. Suspect that this may be some sort of conjugating problem in the liver, most likely Gilbert disease or s/l Quiglar-Nahar disease
I have no clue! Thanks for any help
Subject: Disease help
Is there a website with a listing of diseases? I don't yet have any sort of book in my collection that specializes in that. It sounds like the dictator is saying "ansadreal disease". Any help?
? Jacobs disease
A beloved football coach in our area has been diagnosed with s/l Crawford Jacobs disease. I know that it is similar to the human form of mad cows disease but I can't look it up because I can't remember the first word. Thanks in advance
Thanks both of you!! I'm going to go with tib/peroneal disease.
Subject: Thanks both of you!! I'm going to go with tib/peroneal disease.
I see some references to it, just not in my books. THanks for input!!
Subject: Lung disease
This is exactly how the Dr. dictated it-- The patient is a plethoric, tremulous, dyspneac looking like a patient with chronic obstructive lung disease or sleep apnea.
Did she mean to leave the a out before plethoric? That would make more sense but I know you guys would no better than I. I'm still in school and learning. Thanks for the help!
Please SM re lung disease
Subject: Please SM re lung disease
Sometimes an "uh" sounds very much like "a."
Here is how I would transcribe it: The patient is plethoric, tremulous, and dyspneic, looking like a patient with chronic obstructive lung disease or sleep apnea.
Subject: Thrombin disease
Patient had angiogram showing plaque in right coronary artery. Doctor dictates patient with non-occlusive "Thrombin" disease.?.? Anyone heard of this?
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s/l encethapathic disease sm
Subject: s/l encethapathic disease sm
X-rays of the left knee show chronic degenerative changes, encethapathic disease with no fractures or dislocation.
What's osteopathic disease? :)
Subject: What's osteopathic disease? :)
any disease of the bone ;-) nm
Subject: any disease of the bone ;-) nm
also consider encethopathic disease. ;-) nm
Subject: also consider encethopathic disease. ;-) nm
Subject: bone disease
doctor states disease of the tibia giving it a bumpy appearance...s/l Companachi's disease
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Patient has glaucoma secondary to cutis menorata disease.
Crohn disease/Crohn's disease?
Subject: Crohn disease/Crohn's disease?
I know that the ( 's ) is not supposed to be transcribed when transcribing diseases with proper names, but this one sounds very odd this way.
Subject: Fallot disease?
Subject: Grave's disease...............
A common cause of hyperthyroidism.
I'm hearing disk disease but I'm more familiar with degenerative disk disease or lumbar disk disease. Is just the term disk disease fairly common? Thanks.
Subject: Celiac disease????
s/l Bastroop's disease SM
Subject: s/l Bastroop's disease SM
L-spine x-ray report. Dictator spells it just like this and I cannot verify. Any suggestions? Thanks!
"There is some irregularity of the inferior aspect of the L4 spinous process with subchondral cyst formation. This can be seen with s/l Bastroop's disease.
Subject: Baastrup's disease
Subject: anorgan disease?
Hypertension. The patient certainly has evidence of anorgan disease by LVH on EKG.
The pt had prostate cancer surgery. The prostate vault is empty. He has erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence. No clue about anorgan or an organ disease.
Subject: end-organ disease
Perhaps parvovirus as in Fifth's disease.
Subject: Perhaps parvovirus as in Fifth's disease.
Subject: luminal disease
How about below-knee disease ? nm
Subject: How about below-knee disease ? nm