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The following contains a list of corrections to the AAMT CMT Review Guide.

All corrections have been reviewed and verified by AAMT. If you would like to inquire about any of these corrections, please contact AAMT directly through their web site (www.aamt.org). Page p. 42, 47 p. 64 Error Second paragraph, misplaced comma: “Her husband is under severe stress and, consequently, the patient…." Fourth paragraph, term meant to be proofreading error is written correctly: “femoral” Correction Should be "…stress, and consequently, the patient…" Should be “humoral”; corrected on p. 71 to “femoral”

p. 64 p. 66 p. 75 p. 78 p. 84 p. 84 p. 94 p. 101 p. 107 p. 110 p. 118 P. 118 p. 120 p. 124 p. 126 p. 140

Procedure section, second paragraph: Heparin is capitalized (also see key on pg. 71) Should be lowercase
Under PAST MEDICAL HISTORY, number meant to be proofreading error is written correctly: “1” Under RECOMMENDATION, error not marked: "brady- or tachydysrhythmia" Should be “one”; then should be marked as error on p. 73 and corrected to “1” Should be identified as a proofreading error, the correct answer being "bradydysrhythmia or tachydysrhythmia" Should be lowercase Should be “mL/h” Should be “on call” Should be “1630’ “left” should not be marked as incorrect Should be “G3, P2, A0” Should be “10%-20%” Should be “focally advanced” Should be “every day” Should be “rule out” Should be “locally advanced” Should be “rule out” Should be “understand” Proofreading box should read "Incorrect term—rhinitis" Should be “understand” Should be “Enbrel” Should be lowercase Should be “vancomycin”

Intravenous Fluids: Crystalloid is capitalized
Under EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT COURSE, abbreviation: “mL/hour” Under EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT COURSE, unnecessary hyphen: “on-call”

Hospital Course, third paragraph: 16:30
Under FINAL DIAGNOSES, mismarked error: “left” Under HISTORY, missing commas: “G3 P2 A0” Under IMPRESSION, missing % symbol: “1020%” First line, unnecessary hyphen: “focallyadvanced”

First paragraph, last sentence: q.d. is a dangerous abbreviation
Under IMPRESSION: unnecessary hyphen: “rule-out” First line, unnecessary hyphen: “locallyadvanced” Under IMPRESSION: unnecessary hyphen: “rule-out” Second paragraph, wrong word: “understands” Under DIAGNOSIS, wrong word given as correct answer in proofreading box: “bronchitis” Second paragraph, wrong word: “understands” First proofreading box, misspelling: “Embrel”

p. 148 p. 149 p. 149 p. 158 p. 162

Medications section: Cefepime capitalized
Under Impression, incorrect capitalization: “Vancomycin”

p. 223, 230 p. 232 p. 242, 249 p. 259 p. 286, 298 p. 299 p. 322, 328 p. 341 p. 341 p. 354 p. 373 p. 389 p. 390 p. 391

Question #4, incorrect answer listed: A Under SOCIAL HISTORY, incorrect word not marked as proofreading error: “immigrated” Question #14, incorrect answer listed: B

Correct answer is C Should be marked as proofreading error; “emigrated” is correct Correct answer is C Should be lowercase Correct answer is A Should be uppercase Should be “Neurovascular” Should be “Tylenol with Codeine” Should be “we will” Should be “followup” as an intentional error (correction shown on p. 364) Should be “slit-lamp” Should be expanded as in Diagnosis Add comma Should be lowercase

Assessment/Plan section: Captopril capitalized
Question #3, incorrect answer listed: B

Description of Procedure section: versed lowercase Neurologic: “Neuro vascular” “Tylenol with codeine” Plan: Contraction “we'll”
Under PLAN, term meant to be proofreading error is written correctly: “follow up”

#22 – “slit lamp” “ORIF” POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: missing comma after “laminectomy” “Fentanyl” capitalized First sentence, second paragraph under DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURE: “metatarsal phalangeal” no corrected
Proofreading error not marked: “L5-F1” IMAGING, first sentence: “demonstrates” #1 under PAST MEDICAL HISTORY missing period 2nd sentence, SOCIAL HISTORY: “house wares” Proofreading error not marked: 2nd line under NEUROLOGIC FINDINGS contains the word “lite” Incorrect word not marked as proofreading error: “Protected Length of Stay” Incorrect word not marked as proofreading error: #3 under Treatment Goals, “length” 2nd sentence, 2nd paragraph under REASON FOR VISIT: “papillary or thyroid cancer” Question #24, incorrect answer listed: A Question #28, Question says “adrenal hormone” and answer says “somatostatin” Question #30, incorrect answer listed: D Question #20, missing hyphen: “obsessive compulsive” Colon following heading that stands on a line by itself: “PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:” Major section heading not formatted consistently with others: “RESPIRATORY:” Major section heading formatted incorrectly: “DATA:” Question #3, incorrect answer listed: C

p. 403 p. 409 p. 410 p. 422 p. 433 p. 446 p. 451 p. 451 p. 455 p. 460 p. 461, 468 p. 487 p. 519, 528 p. 519 p. 529 p. 539

Should be corrected to “metatarsophalangeal” Should be marked as error, with the correction being “L5-S1” Should be “demonstrate” Add period at end Should be “housewares” Should be marked as error, with the correction being “light” Should be marked as error, with the correction being “Projected” Should be marked as error, with the correction being “strength” Should be “papillary thyroid cancer” Correct answer is B. Question should say “pituitary hormone” and answer “somatotropin” Correct answer is B Should be “obsessive-compulsive” Delete colon after PHYSICAL EXAMINATION heading RESPIRATORY heading should be bold, on a line by itself, and have no colon following it DATA heading should be bold, on a line by itself, and have no colon following it. Correct answer is A

p. 539, 552 p. 548 p. 551 p. 613 p. 649 p. 649 p. 653 p. 662

Question #11, incorrect answer listed: B PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: missing period Word in exercise in inconsistent with the key: “Mycology cream”—key on p. 562 shows “Mica log” being corrected to “Mycolog” 8. Interjection: “shoes” Question #7, incorrect answer listed: “is” Question #8, incorrect answer listed: “his” Fifth Objective, misspelling: “HIPPA” Question #15, misspelling: “HIPPA” Definitions for “villous” and “villus” are reversed Incorrect abbreviation in answer key: “On followup after 2 hours, there was gross hydronephrosis and hydroureter on the left to the level of the UCJ.”

Correct answer is A Add period after “retention” Change “Mycology” to “Mica log” on p. 551 for consistency with key Should be “shows” Should be “his” Should be “has” Should be “HIPAA” Should be “HIPAA” Should be “villous—shaggy; covered with villi” and “villus—a projection from the surface, especially of a mucous membrane”

p. 687 Dictation exercise, Urology chapter

“UCJ” is incorrect; should be “UVJ”