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Posted By: RxMT on 2005-09-09
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I've turned here for help a few times. Happy to return to favor.
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pt with severe esophageal dysmotility.  s/l "pleasure" feeds with nighttime tube feeds.  what?   TIA
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anhedonia: The absence of pleasure or the ability to experience it.
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I get instant messaging and stay in touch with the office that way, and I immediately get STATS, questions, or problems, really good system, free to set up. I try to check here as much as I can! Please feel free, I had several MTs mentor me, and would love to do the same, if I can!
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anterior mediastinum


Anterior mediastinum, the narrow region between the pericardium and the sternum containing the thymus or its remnants, some lymph nodes and vessels and branches of the internal thoracic artery.


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If you buy some good dictionaries, you won't need BOS. 


 


Get yourself a good medical dictionary and look up Chlamydia/chlamydia


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The word "chlamydia" is the genus and is only capitalized if it is followed by the name of the family.  This per Dorland's Medical Dictionary.  If the word "chlamydia" is not followed by the family name, the word is not capitalized. 
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I do not mind helping people with their questions, but would appreciate if you could give a little more context when asking.  Perhaps a sentence or two containing the s/l or word in question or some sort of reference to what type report, body area, etc., would be welcome.  It would greatly help me to help you. 
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Anyone every hear of 'neurocompromise' or should it be neuro compromise, neurological compromise, or neuro-compromise?
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I found this explanation of procedure. May help.

http://www.evlt.com/physicians/laser%20treatment%20for%20varicose%20veins.htm
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The first thing you should learn is HOW to ask a question.  You can't just jump in with one word or half a phrase or a sound-like and cry for help.  You need to give some example of what you are looking for.  People on this board do not mind helping you or they would not be here, but a little more information on your part would help us help you.  Medical transcription is more than just one word or half a phrase or a sound-like and most times it is necessary to give some indication of what is wrong with the patient or a diagnosis in order to get an answer. 


 


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That should read "9 point something" It didn't come out that way on the board for some reason...
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Renal ultrasound was requested in addition to laboratory studies, a BMP, C3, C4, ANKA anti GBN, Cria gobulance, hepatitis B, C, and HIV.  A urine REM and urine protein electrophoresis was also requested. 


These are my sound likes.  HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Gastrointestinal she presented with atypical chest pains which responded favorably to PPI.  She is symptom free at this time.  She did have FRECSAFE in 2001 and is to follow up in 3-5 years for a colonoscopy
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Dorland's Medical Dictionary: 


Pexis: 


1.  Fixation of matter by a tissue. 


2.  Surgical fixation, usually by suture. 


Therefore pexed would be past tense, as in was pexed (or fixed).


See also:  http://www.childsdoc.org/spring98/vascular/vasrings.asp


 


 


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Here's a page that might help you. 


 


http://davidge2.umaryland.edu/~emig/ekg01.html


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Here's a page that might help you. 


 


http://davidge2.umaryland.edu/~emig/ekg01.html


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When a body is burned, it contracts into a position as if it is fighting, with the arms in a boxing or pugilistic position. Hope this helps!
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px has a swollen right eyelid which is s/l finickal/sinickal. i have no idea what this is. tia!
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On 07/11/2005, the patient underwent (1) exploratory laparotomy with biopsy, (2) cholecystectomy, (3) placement of subcutaneous pain pump, (4) central line placement and (5) celiac block.


 


The patient was admitted on 07/11/2005 and in that morning she underwent the four-mentioned procedures.  The patient was deemed to be unreceptable???