Lasegue sign (s/l Lasoog) nm
Posted By: XanaX on 2008-10-02
In Reply to: Ortho - negative straight leg raise and negative s/l Lasek?? - Robin
Subject: Lasegue sign (s/l Lasoog) nm
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Subject: Lasegue's sign?
Got it! Lasegue's Sign (which is straight leg raising)
Subject: Got it! Lasegue's Sign (which is straight leg raising)
It is Lasègue’s
Subject: It is Lasègue’s
Okay, this might be a bit of a WAG, but -Lasègue's
Subject: Okay, this might be a bit of a WAG, but -Lasègue's
Subject: Lasegue-see message
I use MT911 a lot when I question somehting like this.
need for info...but maybe Lasegue's syndrome nm
Subject: need for info...but maybe Lasegue's syndrome nm
abdominal exam: obturator sign, and positiv s/l Zoe-is sign
Subject: abdominal exam: obturator sign, and positiv s/l Zoe-is sign
grind test or Galeazzi sign, Gower sign
Subject: grind test or Galeazzi sign, Gower sign
Cullen sign, Grey Turner sign. No s. nm
Subject: Cullen sign, Grey Turner sign. No s. nm
Lloyd's sign. Look in medical dictionary under sign. NM
Subject: Lloyd's sign. Look in medical dictionary under sign. NM
She has a positive Tinel's sign, positive Phalen's sign, and positive s/l Durkin's sign.
Subject: She has a positive Tinel's sign, positive Phalen's sign, and positive s/l Durkin's sign.
J sign or Jay sign?? Ortho - knee. TIA, nm.
Subject: J sign or Jay sign?? Ortho - knee. TIA, nm.
s/l watiers sign or goiters sign? nm
Subject: s/l watiers sign or goiters sign? nm
Myerson's sign or Meyerson's sign
In the physical exam, neurology doc is spelling Meyerson's sign. In two books I find Myerson under signs and cannot verify Meyerson's anywhere. Any thoughts? Thank you in advance for your help!
Patient has a negative wrist extension sign on the right and a negative s/l 3rd finger sign on the R
Subject: Patient has a negative wrist extension sign on the right and a negative s/l 3rd finger sign on the R
wale sign or sometimes "red wale sign" i think nm
Subject: wale sign or sometimes "red wale sign" i think nm
You are very welcome Lee.
ok sign or okay sign
Subject: ok sign or okay sign
....DIP joint of the index finger and of the thumb. She still is not able make the okay sign yet.
okay sign. nm
Subject: okay sign. nm
Subject: car sign?
Patient banged her knee and doctor says "She complains of a s/l CAR sign????"
Subject: sag sign
I put the #sign in but I like to also put in
Subject: I put the #sign in but I like to also put in
parentheses or rephrase it to make it more clear, like
Augmentin 875 mg (#21) po bid for 10 days or
Augmentin 875 mg po bid for 10 days (#21).
I don't know, it just sounds awkward to me, almost like it is saying 21 pills twice a day, know what I mean? But that is JMO.
VATER - acronym for vertebral defects, anal atresia, tracheoesophageal fistula with esophageal atresia, an radial and renal anomalies, VATER complex. or is he in the neck? maybe it is goiter sign.
Subject: J sign
That is correct J sign in Stedman's ortho book.
Is it still okay to use the & sign (I&D, D&C), or
Yes thats right, stare sign
Patient has positive peneantregas sign on the right ear only.
Does this make sense?
Subject: Lloyd's sign
Lloyd's sign (kidney punch). As per Dorland's, symptom of renal calculus, consisting of pain in the loin on deep percussion over the kidneys, even when pressure causes no pain.
Dorland's 27th edition.
Fail or Fao sign?
Subject: Fail or Fao sign?
The sentence is:
X-ray examination on the lateral view shows a _______ sign consistent with a small effusion in the elbow joint and probably a tiny radial head fracture if visible.
Thanks for your time!!
Subject: Sail sign
|Sail Sign: Single lateral radiographs of the elbow which reveals the classic sail sign. This is an invaluable soft tissue finding in cases of ...|
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Subject: Appendicitis sign
Okay, I know I know this but I'm drawing a complete blank. The patient has a positive obturator sign and a positive ?Rostitch? sign. Help!
I mean s/l ?Hrosings? sign
Subject: I mean s/l ?Hrosings? sign
Subject: Appendicitis sign
I believe you are looking for Rovsing's sign.
Subject: Rovsing's sign
Should be Rovsing's sign. Pain in right lower quadrant.
Subject: degree sign
According to the new AAMT guidelines, it states that the degree symbol should not be used as it can easily be not seen or mistaken as a dot on the paper. 90-degrees.
Subject: Brown's sign
Left ear exam: Although she does have a lot of myringosclerosis on the drum, there is 1 area that does show, sort of what appears to be, a pulsatile mass behind the drum. It is difficult to see whether a s/l "Brown" sign was positive or not.
it's a sign of emphysema
Subject: it's a sign of emphysema
Chvostek's sign, though I believe (not sure) sm
Subject: Chvostek's sign, though I believe (not sure) sm
it's positive in hypocalcemia.
or ? Meltzer sign.
Subject: or ? Meltzer sign.
s/l trofostex sign
Subject: s/l trofostex sign
s/l trofostex sign (in HEENT exam)??
Subject: "Moses" sign
Subject: "bowling sign"
For knee pain, ballottment sign, bulge sign, and (sounds like) "bowling" sign? any ideas?
bowstring sign??? sm..
Subject: bowstring sign??? sm..
does it sound anything like bowstring sign?
Subject: bowling sign
No listened again and it could be "bullin", "bolin" or something like that
Subject: Bowing sign
Neri's Bowing Sign.
Lhermitte's sign (nm)
Subject: Lhermitte's sign (nm)
Subject: Lhermitte sign
Subject: L'hermitte sign...............sm
L'Hermitte's sign describes electrical buzzing sensations in the limbs and body brought on by movement of the neck.
Subject: Stack sign?
Does stack sign sound right for pancreas divisum?
s/l "robsing" sign
Subject: s/l "robsing" sign
Patient had a vaginal sling procedure for uterine prolapse. Abdominal section - says negative s/l "Robsing" sign.