longstanding, long-standing, or long standing?
Posted By: Sandy NM on 2005-08-08
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I use long-standing per my Webster's dictionary. NM
Intussuscepted mucus, long=standing build-up causing sinus infection???,,,nm
Subject: Intussuscepted mucus, long=standing build-up causing sinus infection???,,,nm
venous ... long-standing VENOUS ulcer!
Subject: venous ... long-standing VENOUS ulcer!
Is it standing PA projection
Subject: Is it standing PA projection
Doc always says standing P to A, but all I find is standing PA projections
I also say no hyphens, as it is standing alone.
Subject: I also say no hyphens, as it is standing alone.
He is a 1/2-pack-per-day smoker,
then hyphens, because compound adjective.
Standing posture as directed?
Subject: Standing posture as directed?
Standing stork test (for mobility) ?
Subject: Standing stork test (for mobility) ?
Yes. Means it is flush, not standing out/above the surface. (nm)
Subject: Yes. Means it is flush, not standing out/above the surface. (nm)
Found knee, standing flex view. sm
Subject: Found knee, standing flex view. sm
Try out this link for more. I have only heard of sunrise, AP, lateral etc. But am an old old ortho!!!
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Knee Standing Flex/Lat/Sunrise. R. L. Knee PA/LAT/Sunrise. R. L. Knee PA/LAT/Tunnel. R. L. Tunnel/Lateral/Sunrise. R. L. Sunrise View Only ...
www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/internet/radiology/request-forms/rad-req-musculoskeletal.pdf - Similar pages
awwww thanks Jai - was long long ago *hugs*....nm
Subject: awwww thanks Jai - was long long ago *hugs*....nm
When it is the name of the high school yes, standing alone without the name of the school no.
Subject: When it is the name of the high school yes, standing alone without the name of the school no.
this is probably long gone, but
Subject: this is probably long gone, but
"tie sickle" should be "phthisical" - although the sentence structure may need to be changed some or there is something else missing.
thanks it is, LONG DAY
Subject: thanks it is, LONG DAY
how long would it take?
Subject: how long would it take?
How long would it take one of you experienced MT's that always answer my questions to transcribe an 1 1/2 of dictation? The doctor speaks english, is very easy, I have very little research to do and it still takes me about 10-12 hours with interuptions.
How long would it take you?
How long would it take?
Subject: How long would it take?
It has always been said it should take double the time to transcribe that it did to dictate. If it is easy dictation and not too fast, should be able to do it in 2 1/2 hours.
How long have you been doing this? sm
Subject: How long have you been doing this? sm
It does take some time and experience to be able to do transcription that fast.
How long should I look?
Subject: How long should I look?
I"ve been working as an MT only five months since school. No one reviews my work before the doctor. He hates me to leave a blank, but how long is fair for me to search for this type of work at 8 cents per line? I've spent over an hour.
Subject: long day
You can tell it has been a long day, sorry for ranting on. I can't understand hardly anything on the dictation.
Why have u been up so long? nm
Subject: Why have u been up so long? nm
Thanks. It's been a really long
Subject: Thanks. It's been a really long
I kept changing it in different ways evey time I looked at it.
II through III...sm ...long =)
Subject: II through III...sm ...long =)
probably shortening terms; might be choosing between Total Condylar II through III (which go by many names like GSB, TCP, TCII,TCIII etc.)and a hinged prosthesis...and they won't know which one until they go in and see the actual damage or injury; or, if it's a revision, which components will work best....
??? how long have you been doing this???
Subject: ??? how long have you been doing this???
and IBS is a long E???????
Subject: and IBS is a long E???????
you should stop while you are ahead or aheeeeeed.
You WILL get there - and it won't take as long as
Subject: You WILL get there - and it won't take as long as
Subject: Long shot...
Maybe it is Tazorac cream. It is used for psoriasis and acne.
Sorry, it's PAIN. Long day!!
Subject: Sorry, it's PAIN. Long day!!
it's a long shot from your s/l, but -- sm
Subject: it's a long shot from your s/l, but -- sm
"component of inadequate nutritional intake" might fit -- as albumin can be low in malnutrition.
Long shot, but...
Subject: Long shot, but...
this sounds like it's psych work, so it could be Pokemon. They're little creatures created by Nintendo, I think. Google Pokemon and see if that fits.
thank you that was it. long day, TGIF.
Subject: thank you that was it. long day, TGIF.
How about just long-stem
Subject: How about just long-stem
component. May be he is saying "using" and not user, long-stem components. There is a long-stem femoral component. I typed long stem component on Google and this came up.
Subject: Long shot...
I found Hyserp which I also saw as hydroserp. Any way the other could be Lopressor?
not for long because moderators.....SM
Subject: not for long because moderators.....SM
are controlling these boards and you being offshore and asking for help and/or probably testing are not long for not only this forum but this entire thread, which will be gone shortly, eventually, but guaranteed
this might be a long shot...
Subject: this might be a long shot...
Caduet for HTN.
Subject: long liver
I posted this on the main board and it disappeared so I'm trying again. Word help is not what I'm looking for though. I'm trying to find information on having a long liver....not an enlarged liver, but a long liver which I have been told can be a normal variant. In searching google for abnormal, long, length, etc., I am not coming up with anything pertaining to a long liver. I know it sounds weird. It is not a common thing to have but some people do and I would like more information. TIA.
A long shot, maybe not. Could it be, sm
Subject: A long shot, maybe not. Could it be, sm
"did not want to do anticoagulation at this point."
This is a long shot but
Subject: This is a long shot but
I was able to find "floor" of acetabulum and obturator "groove". Perhaps doc is saying "floor and groove"? Hope this helps. Good luck!
long shot, but could be --sm
Subject: long shot, but could be --sm
Thank you, thank you, thank you. Was working on this one way too long.
Subject: Thank you, thank you, thank you. Was working on this one way too long.
Maybe long-acting something...? nm
Subject: Maybe long-acting something...? nm
I don't think so because those were long O sounds.
Subject: I don't think so because those were long O sounds.
He was soooo clear, and he hit the sounds so nicely, not slurring at all. Oh well.
long shot perhaps
Subject: long shot perhaps
phlebitis? Is this an ESL?
This is a long shot...sm
Subject: This is a long shot...sm
but the first thought that went through my head when I read your sentence was *hepatic*. I did a search and there is such a thing as hepatic leg swelling--your sound alike may even by HP meaning hepatitis. Just a thought.
This is a long shot, but try --sm
Subject: This is a long shot, but try --sm
He appears to have *absence of* crepitation of the joint.
Subject: Long shot
Here's a list of meds I found used for intravesical instillation: Adriamycin, doxorubicin, epirubicin, mitomycin C, valrubicin, pirarubicin and gemcitabine gemzar. Don't know if you can hear any of those, but good luck to you and let us know if you find out for sure what it is.
it's a long story
Subject: it's a long story
so I didn't go into it. I worked at a hosptial and all they ever gave me for five years was Rad. So now, YES, I am taking a test for the basic four so I can work at home. Do the employers not want us to look for answers in these places?
Subject: long shot
a long shot, i do not even know what she is saying...but
Subject: a long shot, i do not even know what she is saying...but
HEENT: Pupils equal, round, reactive to light; accomodation, s/l like something beginning with an m ________ are intact.
Haha, you are so right! Long day!
Subject: Haha, you are so right! Long day!
Thanks so much
I have a long question.. of what you would do..
Subject: I have a long question.. of what you would do..
The doctor dictates
ECG: Normal sinus rhythm. Normal ECG.
Then he gives the lab data. Then he says..
ECG July 14, 2007 Normal sinus rhythm. Frequent ventricular ectopy.
Do you think the first ECG was for the office visit ( as is this report) and the other was for an ECG she had taken on that date?? I am confused. Thank you
Long shot but...
Subject: Long shot but...
Could they be saying anterior?
Sorry, wow, it's been a long night
Subject: Sorry, wow, it's been a long night
He says it late on in the report. It's dye study.