Maybe he's British? I can find Palmer's point as a spot
Posted By: for a subcostal incision. nm Wanderer on 2007-10-27
In Reply to: Dictator spelled this out - Paoelmers point - GSN
Subject: Maybe he's British? I can find Palmer's point as a spot
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Is she just spelling Palmer's point WRONG?
Subject: Is she just spelling Palmer's point WRONG?
Why do they even BOTHER to spell things out if they are going to spell it wrong?? I'm thinking it has to be Palmer's point. Anyone agree?
If you google palmer point incision
Subject: If you google palmer point incision
Several articles pop up with "The left subcostal site in the midclavicular line (Palmer's point) was the site of choice" AND "Use of Palmer’s point (left subcostal incision) for primary port entry to undertake therapeutic laparoscopy", ECT. It has to be Palmer's point.
Yes, mono spot, short for mononucleosis spot test...nm
Subject: Yes, mono spot, short for mononucleosis spot test...nm
Kocher's point is a common entry point for an intraventricular catheter to drain cerebral spinal
Subject: Kocher's point is a common entry point for an intraventricular catheter to drain cerebral spinal fluid from the cerebral ventricles.
Is this doc an ESL or a British doc? Really could be
Subject: Is this doc an ESL or a British doc? Really could be
Always typed end point. My Stedman's has end point.
Subject: Always typed end point. My Stedman's has end point.
Spot view (or compression mammogram, spot view, cone view, or focal compression view? sm
Subject: Spot view (or compression mammogram, spot view, cone view, or focal compression view? sm
Here is great mammogram link. Views are on page 2.
Subject: British/European pronunciation
Does the dictator have a British or foreign accent? Many British doctors pronounce "cephalad" as "Kephalad". For some reason that's how they learn to pronounce it. Could be the dictator is using a hard "K" sound for the soft "C" sound.
wouldn't that be the British spelling?..sm
Subject: wouldn't that be the British spelling?..sm
I'm the one that spelled it demyelinAzation....been typing that incorrectly for years!!! OMG...but I love that I continually learn....google shows this now as demyelinization and when I change the Z to an S - it shows 2 links only that are not reliable websites really for MT work....
so, now I'm really confused......is your book American or British *curious* and TIA!!!
they mean the same thing, spelled with an "X" is British spelling - nm
Subject: they mean the same thing, spelled with an "X" is British spelling - nm
Need help with ortho - Doc has a slight British accent.
Subject: Need help with ortho - Doc has a slight British accent.
The patient returns today three years after her anteroposterior reconstruction for flat back deformity. No pain. She is here, however, because she has some prominence in her back that has gotten progressively more pronounced.
On examination, there is s/l right-sided hooks. I believe this needs to be removed. I feel she is solid because she has no pain.
Thanks for any help!!
was told British prefer grey and US prefers gray LOL
Subject: was told British prefer grey and US prefers gray LOL
just gotta be different I guess
How about Six Spot?
Subject: How about Six Spot?
Spot or SPOT
Subject: Spot or SPOT
Have seen it both ways.
Subject: Spot® ?
The spot was marked with a total of 3 cc of Spot®.
I cant find a reference to Spot but the doctor says "that's S-p-o-t and that is registered trademark".
s/l myle spot??
Subject: s/l myle spot??
Patient is here for a follow-up after an ER visit for severe acute pharyngitis. She was given IV fluids, and IV antibiotics. She did have a high white count and negative s/l myle spot.
Spot? in colonoscopy
Subject: Spot? in colonoscopy
Doing a colonoscopy with polypectomy. Doctor says "placement of 4-5 cc of "spot" in various polyps of the transverse and descending colon." How would you type "spot?"
Could be spot sodium?
Subject: Could be spot sodium?
Seems like they slur "continuing down" in that spot a lot.
Subject: Seems like they slur "continuing down" in that spot a lot.
Can you get it to sound like that?
spot on the monjay? dermatology
Subject: spot on the monjay? dermatology
she has a spot on the monjay? i'm confused.
These posts are probably offshore MTs. Easy to spot. (nm)
Subject: These posts are probably offshore MTs. Easy to spot. (nm)
spot films and s/l coding comparison
Subject: spot films and s/l coding comparison
His spot films and s/l coding comparison do not show a fracture.
SPOT.......it is used to permanently tattoo a colonic
Subject: SPOT.......it is used to permanently tattoo a colonic
Roth spot...could he be attempting to spell the word for you?
Subject: Roth spot...could he be attempting to spell the word for you?
There are Roth spots. Some docs want to spell words...which sometimes really mess me up until I realize that's what they are doing. I have never heard of the "hour TA" part of it otherwise.
Sorry. Posted in the wrong spot. TIME TO QUIT.
Subject: Sorry. Posted in the wrong spot. TIME TO QUIT.
Flecks of spicules versus Horner-Trantas spot sm
Subject: Flecks of spicules versus Horner-Trantas spot sm
Could also be spots or dots.
Oops! Got so excited I posted in the wrong spot. Thanks Barbara!
Subject: Oops! Got so excited I posted in the wrong spot. Thanks Barbara!
it's Graves' disease, named after Robert James Graves(1796–1853), a British physician
Subject: it's Graves' disease, named after Robert James Graves(1796–1853), a British physician
Has anyone heard of prylotherapy? I can find it using Google, but I can't find whether it is cap
Subject: Has anyone heard of prylotherapy? I can find it using Google, but I can't find whether it is cap'd.
Can find plenty on the internet regarding lipodermosclerosis, but unfortunately cannot find that exa
Subject: Can find plenty on the internet regarding lipodermosclerosis, but unfortunately cannot find that exact spelling in any dictionary... sorry. Anyone else?
Was this in wrong spot before? We had a slew of responses, all wrong! nm
Subject: Was this in wrong spot before? We had a slew of responses, all wrong! nm
that was my point :)
Subject: that was my point :)
EKG help - J Point
Subject: EKG help - J Point
Cardio doc dictates EKG as follows:
EKG demonstrates normal sinus rhythm at 61 beats per minute with normal axes, normal intervals, J point elevation 1 and 0; otherwise, no ischemic changes.
But just not sure on how to type the 1and 0 or if he is saying 0, but sounds for sure like 1. Anyone with any ideas. This is a new one on me? Any help appreciated!!!
Sometimes I think you can get to the point where
Subject: Sometimes I think you can get to the point where
Someone new at this might have to look-up a lot things. Sometimes you just get to the end of your rope with researching especially when the doc isn't sounding too clear or the word is slurred. We must support one another though not tear each other down. Why can't people just go by the old saying of "if you do not have something nice to say then do not say anything at all". To come off like a know it all proves what? Absolutely nothing in my opinion. Not everyone is up on everything.
.062 (point 062)
Subject: .062 (point 062)
The point I believe is that there are
Subject: The point I believe is that there are
so many drugs that sound alike it is dangerous to guess at an allergy.
it's usually ten-point ROS
Subject: it's usually ten-point ROS
or 14-point, etc.
That's exactly the point...
Subject: That's exactly the point...
I like it here, it's you who don't like it here, with all your complaining and bashing and nagging etc........
I think you are not getting it, you are missing the whole point of this discussion.
What fragmented sentences? You don't know what you are talking about.
I think that's her point. It IS Homer. lol
Subject: I think that's her point. It IS Homer. lol
She's got a good sense of humor about herself. LOL
Subject: Great Point
Very good point - never thought of it that way! Thank you so much and if the doctor asks why I expanded her abbreviation I will explain it exactly like that!
Thank you so much!
axial point, maybe
Subject: axial point, maybe
Yes, I know. The point is, he didn't SAY that sm
Subject: Yes, I know. The point is, he didn't SAY that sm
Although he does mention "near the perforation" later in the report.
My point is, docs sometimes use the abbreviations they use in speaking in their reports as well. Most of the time I will type them out, but it bugs me either way - I like to type verbatim and not add anything the doc didn't say, but if he says it wrong, what are you going to do? (Except maybe leave him a message.)
Could someone point me in the right direction please?
Subject: Could someone point me in the right direction please?
11-year-old with neurofibromatosis, autism, and behavioral disorder. Doc states, "He is on a multiplicity of medications including lithium, S/L hel-a-trek-sone, Abilify, gabapentin, and Trileptal.
He very clearly states this drug just like the S/L above, but I am finding nothing of the sort. Thanks for looking!
so is an exclamation point...sm
Subject: so is an exclamation point...sm
WHO HAS THE PROBLEM AGAIN??
WHO HAS THE PROBLEM AGAIN??
WHO HAS THE PROBLEM AGAIN??
LOL LOL LOL LOL
SEE ME SHOUT, SEE ME DANCE.
SEE YOU FEEL humbled LOL
SO IS AN EXCLAMATION POINT LOL LOL LOL
Subject: SO IS AN EXCLAMATION POINT LOL LOL LOL
Sorry, static at that point, but SM
Subject: Sorry, static at that point, but SM
Less than rock
almost like left and right BUT exam is for left side probem.. This one might get a blank. Thanks
could it be Kocher point?
Subject: could it be Kocher point?
There is Kocher's point. sm
Subject: There is Kocher's point. sm
|The ventricular catheter and shunt valve were placed through a burr hole at Kocher's point, and the distal end of the catheter was placed in the superior ...|
www.neurosurgery-online.com/pt/re/neurosurg/fulltext.00006123-200309000-00028.htm;jsessionid=GKwVBXTBQDzc... - Similar pages
End point or endpoint?
Subject: End point or endpoint?
I have done ortho for many years and have always typed "endpoint" but I have noticed on some previous files typed by other MTs they use "end point." My stedman's ortho book lists it as "endpoint" (Lachman has a firm endpoint). Does anyone know which is preferred?
Subject: Two-point discrimination?