Posted By: Jayebird on 2005-09-09
In Reply to: May-Thurner syndrome is what I find. SM - rad mt tn
Subject: May-Thurner syndrome
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May-Thurner syndrome is what I find. SM
Subject: May-Thurner syndrome is what I find. SM
"May-Thurner syndrome is compression of the left iliac vein by the artery crossing over it." I found multiple hits on Dogpile for this spelling from professional sites. I found only one reference to "mae-thurner" and it is in a laypersons forum and likely spelled wrong.
Could it be as simple as hepatorenal syndrome or hypo/hyperventilation syndrome? Does neuro give a
Subject: Could it be as simple as hepatorenal syndrome or hypo/hyperventilation syndrome? Does neuro give a
possibly Ayerza syndrome? Search to see if it fits. How is your syndrome being treated? nm
Subject: possibly Ayerza syndrome? Search to see if it fits. How is your syndrome being treated? nm
Patellofemoral syndrome versus Patella-femoral syndrome? (sm)
Subject: Patellofemoral syndrome versus Patella-femoral syndrome? (sm)
Are there any ortho MTs who can give documentation regarding the above, in so far as, what distinguishes one from the other? Thanks in advance.
s/l either "Lilly Geilech" syndrome or "Rolling Geilich syndrome"
Subject: s/l either "Lilly Geilech" syndrome or "Rolling Geilich syndrome"
It's in the secondary diagnosis, and an ESL doc. Any suggestions?
Could it just be trisomy syndrome or Cri-du-chat syndrome? So many to choose from. nm
Subject: Could it just be trisomy syndrome or Cri-du-chat syndrome? So many to choose from. nm
maybe saying something like FB syndrome or failed back surgery syndrome ?
Subject: maybe saying something like FB syndrome or failed back surgery syndrome ?
? s/l bichette syndrome, pachette syndrome, has anyone heard of that?
Subject: ? s/l bichette syndrome, pachette syndrome, has anyone heard of that?
dysmetabolic syndrome versus metabolic syndrome
Subject: dysmetabolic syndrome versus metabolic syndrome
Is dysmetabolic syndrome and metabolic syndrome used interchangeably? In this dictation the doctor refers to it in the past medical history as metabolic syndrome and then in the assesment/plan as dysmetabolic syndrome.
There is TTT syndrome and BBB syndrome but need for more info to know if either will fit
Can outlet syndrome or thoracic outlet syndrome be found in there? nm
Subject: Can outlet syndrome or thoracic outlet syndrome be found in there? nm
Subject: syndrome sm
long shot, but perhaps
maybe tic douloureaux, a facial twitching syndrome
Help with ??? syndrome
Subject: Help with ??? syndrome
Gambriae ???? syndrome. gam brae
Thanks so much.
Patient with arterial occlusive disease is getting ??? syndrome, sounds like thrillery syndrome...anyone know?
Subject: ? syndrome
doc doing consult says what s/l seca, sica, sacka syndrome (dry mouth and dry eyes). Doesn't sound at all like Sjogren's which is all I can find for dry mouth and dry eyes syndrome.
name of syndrome
Subject: name of syndrome
An 8 yo child who has s/l kree du shot syndrome.
I've tried multiple spellings for this and come up with zilch. TIA
s/l ŕ-1/2" syndrome.
Subject: s/l ŕ-1/2" syndrome.
Sentence "Preoperative diagnosis is skew deviation with "1-1/2" syndrome? Any thoughts? TIA
There is a cat-cry syndrome when doing this.....
Subject: There is a cat-cry syndrome when doing this.....
Maybe hyperkinetic heart syndrome? You can develop those symptoms.
triple p syndrome
Sounds like Dr. is dictating "triple p syndrome. Anyone heard of this?
Subject: Gelbarratts syndrome
Kilbarrett's syndrome, jelbarrett's syndrome
I have requested that she get her blood drawn again, pre- and after a meal, if she has Gelbarratts, her bilirubin should normalize.
The pt has elevated bilirubin
Maybe Behcet syndrome. nm
Subject: Maybe Behcet syndrome. nm
Sjögren syndrome? SM
Subject: Sjögren syndrome? SM
Since this is ENT I bet it is Sjogren.
keratoconjunctivitis sicca, dryness of mucous membranes, telangiectasias or purpuric spots on the face, and bilateral parotid enlargement; seen in menopausal women and often associated with rheumatoid arthritis, Raynaud phenomenon, and dental caries; there are changes in the lacrimal and salivary glands resembling those of Mikulicz disease. Syn: Gougerot-Sjögren disease, Sjögren disease, sicca syndrome.
Subject: shoulder syndrome
As in frozen shoulder syndrome AKA impingement syndrome involving rotator cuff muscle groups associated with repetitive motion injuries from a variety of sports...sometimes arising from rheumatoid arthritis.
Subject: 3-chromosome syndrome
The pt has microcephaly, blindness, deafness and mental retardation as a result of "3-chromosome or re-chromosome" syndrome. I thought she was referring to chromosome #3 until she said syndrome.
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Maybe Asperger's syndrome? nm
Subject: Maybe Asperger's syndrome? nm
It is Asperger syndrome.
Subject: It is Asperger syndrome.
Name of breathing syndrome
Subject: Name of breathing syndrome
He has a history of HV, as well as _____ and mom was concerned regarding his complexion being pale and weak.
Blank s/l shawbears (It sounds french) I really have no clue!?!
syndrome and I give them that.....nm
Subject: syndrome and I give them that.....nm
Subject: sl-chobairre syndrome
pt with ab pain, had cholecysectomy in past. Has sl-chobairre or chelbairre syndrome.
Bertoloni's syndrome? TIA, nm.
Subject: Bertoloni's syndrome? TIA, nm.
Could it be Bertolotti syndrome?
Subject: Could it be Bertolotti syndrome?
Beradinelli's Syndrome?? or...
Subject: Beradinelli's Syndrome?? or...
or a Bartholin's cyst?
Just giving it a shot for ya.
Subject: knee syndrome
s/l kilikomaro syndrome
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May be Goodpasture's syndrome nm
Subject: May be Goodpasture's syndrome nm
pickwickian syndrome. nm
Subject: pickwickian syndrome. nm
Subject: deonberet syndrome
had the ascending paralysis, was diagnosed by a neurologist as __deon beret syndrome__ and since then, he has had episodes of burning, pain and numbness.
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Subject: Neurology syndrome
s/l "top of the basilar syndrome" re some kind of stroke
Some type of syndrome
Subject: Some type of syndrome
I'm doing an H&P on an obese patient with facial suffusion and a 2-week history of fatigue, 15-pound weight gain, peripheral edema, dyspnea, dizziness, and tingling.
In the assessment, he says historical and physical exam findings consistent with s/l tic leukian or tic loo can syndrome. I can't quite figure this out, and my spelling must be too far off to catch a clue. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
exfoliation syndrome. sm
Subject: exfoliation syndrome. sm
Exfoliation syndrome and exfoliation glaucoma.
|Exfoliation syndrome abnormal deposition in the anterior segment of the eye of an unknown substance ...|
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=10749381&dopt=Abstract - Similar pages
May be Gilbert's Syndrome?
Subject: May be Gilbert's Syndrome?
Gilbert's syndrome (pr. Zhil-bear), often shortened to the acronym GS, is the most common hereditary cause of increased bilirubin, and is found in up to 5% of the population. The main symptom is otherwise harmless jaundice which does not require treatment, caused by elevated levels of unconjugated bilirubin in the bloodstream (hyperbilirubinemia).
The source of this hyperbilirubinemia is reduced activity of the enzyme (glucuronyl transferase) which conjugates bilirubin and some other lipophilic molecules. Conjugation renders the bilirubin water-soluble and suitable for excretion via the kidneys.
Gilbert's syndrome was first described by French gastroenterologist Augustin Nicolas Gilbert and co-workers in 1901.
Subject: Joubert syndrome
Subject: Wasting Syndrome
Megestrol acetate. They also use Dronabinol and octreotide.
Screening for Down's syndrome
Subject: Screening for Down's syndrome
Doctor says what sounds like "gelantic" screen is positive for a brother who was born with Down's syndrome. Cannot find "gelantic" anywhere. Thank you - Linda.
s/l Bertaloni syndrome??
Subject: s/l Bertaloni syndrome??
How about arthrogrypotic syndrome.
Subject: How about arthrogrypotic syndrome.
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S/l **Gessler** syndrome s/m
Subject: S/l **Gessler** syndrome s/m
Dressler syndrome - NM
Subject: Dressler syndrome - NM