These are some of the statements I've heard in medical dictations that have made me go
*Medical renal disease of the right kidney which is a new finding from prior examination. This may represent medical renal disease.
*There are very subtle changes which may represent subtle changes of centrilobular emphysema. These are extremely subtle, however.
*There is ground glass opacity in both lower lungs with peripheral sparing of the periphery of the lung just peripheral to the posterior extent of the ground glass opacities.
*Clinical correlation is necessary for correlation.
*The patient was elevated to a horizontal position, but unfortunately was unable to maintain his chin up and turned his head, and dropped it to the side.
*A standard MRI of the lumbar spine was obtained without contrast from T12 through the sacrum. This is compared to plain films of the lumbar spine from 3/11/15. (This was dictated on 05/07/14.)
*Clinical information: Chronic cervical spine.