maybe, flexible x-ray of c-spine?nm
Posted By: charlie on 2007-10-26
In Reply to: s/l flags-x of the c-spine.TIA - charlie
Subject: maybe, flexible x-ray of c-spine?nm
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Subject: flexible urethrocystoscopy....
Does this makes sense to anyone?
'We will continue medication and we will see the patient in a year with checking his PVR to make sure that this is nothing s/l freezing.'
I don't understand the freezing part when talking about postvoid residual. TIA.
flexible bronchoscopy ??
Subject: flexible bronchoscopy ??
How about a flexible exercise program...also
Subject: How about a flexible exercise program...also
you might want to change labrale to labral and instead of swelling, possibly swimming as part of the exercises? Maybe re-listen again and see if you hear this.
just flex sig or flexible sigmoidoscopy. No period. nm
Subject: just flex sig or flexible sigmoidoscopy. No period. nm
Anybody heard of s/l "Heinemann" flexible tip laryngoscope? TIA. nm..
Subject: Anybody heard of s/l "Heinemann" flexible tip laryngoscope? TIA. nm..
Might be rigid as opposed to a flexible scope. nm
Subject: Might be rigid as opposed to a flexible scope. nm
thanks so much. I meant swimming but I don't hear flexible at all.
Subject: thanks so much. I meant swimming but I don't hear flexible at all.
There is such a thing as a flexible Argon APC circumferential probe
Subject: There is such a thing as a flexible Argon APC circumferential probe
C-spine, L-spine, T-spine, unless client allows
Subject: C-spine, L-spine, T-spine, unless client allows
Twelve pairs of flexible, archlike ribs form the (sm)
Subject: Twelve pairs of flexible, archlike ribs form the (sm)
"C-spine" (cervical spine) ??
Subject: "C-spine" (cervical spine) ??
s/l duo MRI ? (For the spine ) Thanks
Subject: s/l duo MRI ? (For the spine ) Thanks
is it: c-spine, C-spine or c spine or C spine??
Subject: is it: c-spine, C-spine or c spine or C spine??
why can't i find this in any books telling me C, c, C-, c-.. HELLP
I have always seen it as C-spine (cervical).
I worked for a spine doctor for almost 2 years. It is C-spine.
Working on a spinal report. Ever heard of ozodentoidian defect. The sentence reads...."There is no marrow edema on the MRI indicating this is an old fracture or (s/l ozodentoidian) defect".
MR C-spine help
Subject: MR C-spine help
MR C-spine sounds like "two transhalotrusker region are normal"
How do you write C-Spine? Hyphen or no hyphen? Capital C, S or not?
She has no tenderness over the C-Spine.
Subject: C-spine help
C-spine s/l serings. No pain, paresthesias, or weakness reported. (Appears in PMH).
Spine help please. sm
Subject: Spine help please. sm
MRI: He also has the prior noted fusions at C4-7 with instrumentation artifact in the lower portion of the *constrict.* (Could also s/l tonstrick)
Subject: C spine
maybe just saying C-spine? NM
Subject: maybe just saying C-spine? NM
Subject: C spine
I can never remember how "C spine" is formatted, whether it is c-spine or C-spine or C spine. So, once and for all, and hopefully I will remember this time, how is it supposed to be. I don't own a book of style, yet.
Doctor says C5,6,7 fusion instrumentation. Should it be C5-6-7 fusion instrumentation?
Cervical can mean other than spine..(sm)
Subject: Cervical can mean other than spine..(sm)
it's also used as a general reference to the "neck" portion of a structure. So where you would probably say cysts in the neck of the pancreas, he's saying cervical (meaning here neck of the pancreas) cysts.
on spine x-ray s/l Flebolis
Subject: on spine x-ray s/l Flebolis
Doing cervical spine and it seems he is saying
Subject: Doing cervical spine and it seems he is saying
there is normal s/l imbrication. Also, he says what sounds like "There is no listhesis." Help please, I am new at this.
Thanks much :)
C3, C4, and C5 for cervical spine
Subject: C3, C4, and C5 for cervical spine
It is in the AAMT BOS.
MRI of L-spine and I am stuck on this one
Subject: MRI of L-spine and I am stuck on this one
Dr says Elements of secondary spinal stenosis are appreciated especially at L4-5 secondary to (what s/l post ligaflatum) hypertrophy and facet arthropathy. Could he be saying post ligamental? I usually have no problem with MRIs but this is a new guy and he clips his words. Thanks!
Subject: spine surgery
shot in the dark, but *cortical* biomechanical spacer?? I know cortical bone grafts are used sometimes. just a thought.
MRI lumbar spine
Subject: MRI lumbar spine
Once again, I am trying to make sense of the hospital radiology reports. Noncontrast MRI of lumbar spine shows a clonus ending posterior to L1. It does not sound right to me. clonus does not make sense but I do not type much radiology. Anyone have a clue what else it could be? It does sound like he is saying clonus.??? Thanks
Cervical spine OP
Subject: Cervical spine OP
Following decompression, a s/l coddler was used to protect the exposed dura.
This guy is an ESL, and I cannot verify a term for this. Thanks for any help!
What did he say about thoracic spine
Subject: What did he say about thoracic spine
earlier in the report?
We don't have all the clues here.
s/l flags-x of the c-spine.TIA
Subject: s/l flags-x of the c-spine.TIA
Subject: Spine surgery
How about Kerrison'd? I wish they wouldn't say things like that!
Doing spine fusion. Can anyone...
Subject: Doing spine fusion. Can anyone...
help is lanx deformity instrumentation system?
Sorry, cervical spine..........sm
Subject: Sorry, cervical spine..........sm
Doc dictates: There does appear to be good decompression of the neural elements with arthrodesis across these regions.
s/l spirax spine
Subject: s/l spirax spine
medial to the anterior s/l spirax spine
C-spine series. nm
Subject: C-spine series. nm
Yes, after cervical spine.
Subject: Yes, after cervical spine.
S/l Saginaw C-spine?
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Maybe sagittal C-spine (nm)
Subject: Maybe sagittal C-spine (nm)
When talking about the spine, is it C5/6 or C5-6?
Subject: When talking about the spine, is it C5/6 or C5-6?
Subject: cervical spine?
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the doctor dictates: he has some mild compression on the thoracic scan in the region of his (sounds like conis)
any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Could be spine or area?
Subject: Could be spine or area?
Subject: thoracic spine
there is no mass/displacement overlying s/l catagolist paraspinous tissue structures.
Any idea with this term? This is x-ray of thoracic spine.
Subject: thoracolumbar spine