venous s/l chassis changes.( in the pe of extremities)
Posted By: mm on 2007-06-29
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venous stasis impairment or cessation of venous flow.
Subject: venous stasis impairment or cessation of venous flow.
venous ... long-standing VENOUS ulcer!
Subject: venous ... long-standing VENOUS ulcer!
s/l venous light or venous late on CT. sm
Subject: s/l venous light or venous late on CT. sm
There is also a small, nonaggressive lytic lesion in the left frontal bone that appeared to reflect an angioma or venous s/l "light or late".
Subject: Extremities help
Dr. states "extremiteis have clubbing, edema, and s/l ches-pa-nin." I've looked at a million websites but am coming up with nothing. Chest pain doesn't make sense--any thoughts?
Is there any information in the rest of the report that might give a clue such as chief complaint/diagnosis, etc.?
EXTREMITIES: Dark s/l rugor as she does have peripheral vascular disease.
The dictator spells it out as rugor. Just making sure it exists.
Extremities - no CVA or CVP?
Subject: Extremities - no CVA or CVP?
Has anyone ever heard of either of these terms dictated under the "extremities" section of a physical exam? I can understand "no CVA" in a way because of the patient ever had a stroke then their extremities might be effected (although I would think this would go under the neuro section). Its the CVP that I'm not getting. I've checked my abbreviation references and I can't find anything this would refer to.
BTW, I left this blank. The QA department filled the blank with No CVA or CVP. I'm curious more than anything. Am I missing something here?
EXTREMITIES: Full range of motion.s/l*no pull incentive.*
62-year-old woman - no complaints
Thanks for your help.
one more extremities
Subject: one more extremities
Extremities: There was no s/l lawgren ____ syndrome present.
Homan sign is negative. There is no ??_________ or calf tenderness.
it kind of sounds like gastra something. I've searched google under Homan sign and calf tenderness and i just don't have the slightest idea what this could be.
There is no s/l placidity to his extremities.
Subject: There is no s/l placidity to his extremities.
CVAT in the extremities? What would this mean?
Subject: CVAT in the extremities? What would this mean?
in the extremities are there NPO? pulses?
Subject: in the extremities are there NPO? pulses?
see above, probably not related to extremities nm
Subject: see above, probably not related to extremities nm
pulses in extremities
He says posterior tibials 2+, politeals 1-1/2+ ???? How should this be typed?
Subject: Extremities exam:
s/l altoitialpalses are palpable.
Any idea what this term is? This is under Extremities physical exam.
Extremities: No edema. Altoitailpalses are palpable.
Extremities word help
Subject: Extremities word help
This is on a physical examination under the heading extremities.
EXTREMITIES: Extremities show [hemorisnose] bilaterally.
I am having trouble with the word in brackets. That is what it sounds like.
extremities word help
Subject: extremities word help
Heberden's nodes, named for William Heberden (1710-1801), are hard or bony swellings which can develop in the distal interphalangeal joints (DIP) (the joints closest to the end of the fingers and toes). They are a sign of osteoarthritis, and are caused by formation...
Subject: lower extremities
Could dictator be saying "gastrocs" for inner gastrocnemius muscles? Let us know, if you find out -- this is a doozy! Rosie
I think bones, joints and extremities. nm
Subject: I think bones, joints and extremities. nm
Extremities PE No chords or cords
Subject: Extremities PE No chords or cords
more likely a type of osteoarthritis because no it would not go there under extremities.
Subject: more likely a type of osteoarthritis because no it would not go there under extremities.
In PE: Extremities with basilar edema
Subject: In PE: Extremities with basilar edema
Patient has pneumonia. Is this right or should I leave a blank? Thanks.
I see. In this pt it's upper & lower extremities [SM]
Subject: I see. In this pt it's upper & lower extremities [SM]
how about the extremities part of the exam?? nm
Subject: how about the extremities part of the exam?? nm
Neurology word help re extremities
Subject: Neurology word help re extremities
s/l briskly localizes in all four extremities (or maybe I am missing something between briskly and localizes, or maybe it's brisk ___ localizes in all four extremities. Thanks
Lower extremities ? - could be pedal OR it
Subject: Lower extremities ? - could be pedal OR it
could just be plain ol' palpable.
muscles of the upper extremities - sm
Subject: muscles of the upper extremities - sm
include opponens pollicis, lumbricals, and interossei. Hope this helps!
venous ? (nm)
Subject: venous ? (nm)
autopsy word -- Extremities are pugilistic
Subject: autopsy word -- Extremities are pugilistic
Any ideas on this one? This poor thing was burned. s/l pugilistic
lower extremities - might be "peroneal nerve" /nm
Subject: lower extremities - might be "peroneal nerve" /nm
Compression stockings over both lower extremities?
Subject: Compression stockings over both lower extremities?
Another stab in the dark...this one's drivin' me nuts for some reason!
How about extremities no clubbing, cyanosis, or edema. no
Subject: How about extremities no clubbing, cyanosis, or edema. no
s/l Lateral Lig views of the lower extremities
Subject: s/l Lateral Lig views of the lower extremities
Bilateral Lower Extremities (Test)
Lateral Lig views of the lower extremities
It's venous stasis.
Subject: It's venous stasis.
venous sticks (nm)
Subject: venous sticks (nm)
Subject: Venous sticks
Thank you Lori! You are to sweet.
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Try venous anomaly...
Subject: Try venous anomaly...
...as always, disclaimer about not being able to listen.
Subject: venous lake
venous s/l breaking?
Subject: venous s/l breaking?
The patient is in for GI bleed. In the physical exam:
Mild tenderness at the bilateral ankles with mild venous s/l breaking.
Subject: venous stasis
Subject: venous stasis?
It should be venous stasis.
Subject: It should be venous stasis.
Subject: venous baffle
Neurological: Moving all 4 extremities and s/l withdrawing to sensation.
extremities- positive s/l esquail edema is present
Subject: extremities- positive s/l esquail edema is present
No CCE? clubbing, cyanosis or edema? Extremities exam? nm
Subject: No CCE? clubbing, cyanosis or edema? Extremities exam? nm
physical exam: Extremities have *bordy* edema. Thanks!
Subject: physical exam: Extremities have *bordy* edema. Thanks!
There are bruises on the extremities, but no "local eye a severe" pain???
Subject: There are bruises on the extremities, but no "local eye a severe" pain???
Anyone know what this might be?
Subject: Venous stasis/venostasis...sm
Is there a preferred way to transcribe venostasis/venous stasis? I've always typed venostatis (in reference to changes in the extremity). QA person saying that venostasis is "treatment of CHF by compression proximal veins of the extremities with tourniquets" taken from Stedman's dictionary... your thoughts? Thank you!