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catch, click? nm

Posted By: k on 2007-05-21
In Reply to: orthopedic help - s/l Kim test

Subject: catch, click? nm




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click? NM
Subject: click? NM


has a catch? please help, tia
Subject: has a catch? please help, tia

I am so confused right now. He says patient has a s/l "catch" in the right lower quadrant. is this right? what is that? tia
Maybe it will catch on!
Subject: Maybe it will catch on!

I had to laugh at that one. I like the idea of a single one being called a support "ho"

Molder click
Subject: Molder click

positive molder click and pain on the plantar aspect, both consistent with a neuroma


Mulder click
Subject: Mulder click

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Mulder click (nm)
Subject: Mulder click (nm)


You can use right click an underlined
Subject: You can use right click an underlined

word and you will see suggestions for that word that way. Even though I hate the mouse, I've been doing that lately because sometimes running the spellchecker changes my view from print view to full screen, which annoys me.
This is correct but there is a catch..
Subject: This is correct but there is a catch..

if the doc dictates "eleven thirty", then you would type it as 11:30 and make sure you use the digital format throughout the remainder of the report to keep consistency.  (i.e.: The patient had a palpable lump at 11:30 in the right breast and at 1:00 in the left breast.) Do not type 11:30 o'clock (even though some will actually dictate it that way).


If all locations are on the "whole" hour then you do use the format of 11 o'clock. 



cannot catch this one either...doc with accent
Subject: cannot catch this one either...doc with accent

A 22-gauge long spinal needle was inserted directly into the (s/l-THEP)  joint.  It's not hip.  I'm sure of that.  It sounds like it starts with a TH or an F.  This is for a fusion for a spinal fracture. 


 


THANKS!


oh thank you!! He says this A LOT and I could never catch the word. nm
Subject: oh thank you!! He says this A LOT and I could never catch the word. nm

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Awesome catch-
Subject: Awesome catch-

nm


Go to MTdesk.com. Click on site map and see sm
Subject: Go to MTdesk.com. Click on site map and see sm

a great list of ophth terms. nm
s/l negative wilners click..
Subject: s/l negative wilners click..

There is no real interdigital space discomfort. She has a negative s/l wilners or wellners click.
All I can think of is Mulder's click test. sm
Subject: All I can think of is Mulder's click test. sm

Foot and Ankle Surgery : The digital nerve stretch test: A ...
The test is positive if the patient complains of discomfort in the web space ... Mulder's click was positive in 20 cases, the affected web space was tender ...
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My gosh - can't believe that didn't click.
Subject: My gosh - can't believe that didn't click.


Mefoxitin click link
Subject: Mefoxitin click link

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spellcheckers dont catch everything;...
Subject: spellcheckers dont catch everything;...

go ahead and add it in
that's right catch it, check it, change it
Subject: that's right catch it, check it, change it

nm
silly me catch/patch
Subject: silly me catch/patch

I just realized you asked about CATCH, NOT PATCH!

It's just one of those days!

Anyway, you couldn't pay me enough to have another blood patch, much less 3!

Oops!
I can't catch a "J" sound. It's at the beginning
Subject: I can't catch a "J" sound. It's at the beginning

That's what I thought at first.... I'll try listening again. I wish these docs would sometimes give a medical history.

Thank you!! :)
put in the name of the drug, click the name that comes up and it will show the brand name and in bra
Subject: put in the name of the drug, click the name that comes up and it will show the brand name and in brackets the non-capitalized generic name.


See link and click on Glynase Prestab
Subject: See link and click on Glynase Prestab

http://formulary.prescribingreference.com/endocrine_system/diabetes



Great link for all meds. You can click on the disease/condition and go from there.


thanks! I'm auditing... didn't catch it! whew! nm
Subject: thanks! I'm auditing... didn't catch it! whew! nm


wow! didn't catch that until you wrote, Debra. thanks much - corrected it. - n/m
Subject: wow! didn't catch that until you wrote, Debra. thanks much - corrected it. - n/m


How about FAIRLY PROMINENT FACET CHANGES (GOOD CATCH!)? nm
Subject: How about FAIRLY PROMINENT FACET CHANGES (GOOD CATCH!)? nm


Good catch on the MALT lymphoma, sassee.
Subject: Good catch on the MALT lymphoma, sassee.

I'll bet you are right. 
That's possible. I need to watch some football this weekend and catch up on this stuff!
Subject: That's possible. I need to watch some football this weekend and catch up on this stuff!

nm
click on the link in email and then close out of mt stars and re-do the message again
Subject: click on the link in email and then close out of mt stars and re-do the message again


Please click on the link I provided directly under your post. There's your answer.
Subject: Please click on the link I provided directly under your post. There's your answer.

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Here is a good all around PE link. Click on lower extremities exam. sm
Subject: Here is a good all around PE link. Click on lower extremities exam. sm

http://meded.ucsd.edu/clinicalmed/extremities.htm
These are the usual drugs associated with dysuria, maybe you can catch something that sounds similar
Subject: These are the usual drugs associated with dysuria, maybe you can catch something that sounds similar.

Drugs associated with Dysuria
Azo-Gesic
Azo-Standard
Azo-Standard
Baridium
Baridium
Eridium
Eridium
Flavoxate
Flavoxate
Flavoxate
Phenazo
Phenazo
Phenazopyridine
Phenazopyridine
Prodium
Pyridiate
Pyridiate
Pyridium
Pyridium
Re-Azo
Urinary Analgesic
Urispas
Urispas
Urispas
Uristat
Urodol
Urogesic
Urogesic
Viridium
Viridium

You mean plural, eh? Go to www.onelook.com, type in decubitus, then click on the Dorland's link
Subject: You mean plural, eh? Go to www.onelook.com, type in decubitus, then click on the Dorland's link

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allergy test results...need help, she rattles them off so fast I can't catch some of the words. s

The patientís allergy tests were reviewed and positive for dust mites, Alternaria, "homenthum spurium", timothy grass, cedar, mesquite, marsh, "utter pigmia", and sage.


Thanks for any help.