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Chapter 2 Terms

QHS at night, Latin phrase quaque die
prophylaxis preventative treatment
sequelae a problem resulting from a disease or injury
lesion diseased tissue
exacerbation it is getting worse
social history a record of habits like smoking, drinking, drug abuse and sexual practices that can impact health
subjective how a patient experiences and personally describes their problems as well as personal and family medical histories
objective patient's physical exam, any laboratory findings, and imaging studies performed at the visit
assessment a logical analysis; diagnosis, problem identification, or a list of possibilities of diagnosis
plan course of action consistent with the assessment
chronic has been going on for a while
chief complaint main reason for the patient's visit
Created by: keeleyc