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Kinn's Chapter 28

biophysical The science of applying physical laws and theories to biologic problems.
cognitive Pertaining to the operation of the mind; referring to the process by which we become aware of perceiving, thinking, and remembering.
congruence Agreement; the state that occurs when the verbal expression of the message matches the sender's nonverbal body language.
familial Occurring in or affecting members of a family more than would be expected by chance.
present illness The chief complaint, written in chronologic sequence, with dates of onset.
psychosocial Pertaining to a combination of psychological and social factors.
rapport A relationship of harmony and accord between the patient and the healthcare professional.
signs Objective findings determined by a clinician, such as a fever, hypertension, or rash.
symptoms Subjective complaints reported by the patient, such as pain or visual disturbances.
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