Lungs _____ at the bases???
Posted By: victoria on 2009-02-27
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geez. anyway it sounds like "Lungs ___tric at the bases"?
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Subject: lungs cor RSR... please sm... ty
Doc is very hard to understand... i've been doing this for a long time, and I have always thought that cor belonged in heart exam. This doc speaks very low, but s/l he continually says on physical exams, ...
lungs cor rsr. I figured lung exam was separate and i was missing something he said, and then i should type .... Cor, RSR (for regular sinus rhythm). Can somebody please clarify for me? I saw another transcriptionists report that said ... lungs cor rsr. That does not look correct to me and many of these other MT's make a lot of mistakes.
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Could you put Lungs/Cor: RSR?
Subject: Could you put Lungs/Cor: RSR?
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Subject: any idea? inspiratory and expiratory _____.
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total _____ rheumatoid hand reconstruction
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