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In the acronym SOAP, the S stands for_____ and means_________ Subjective - Patients description of the problem
In the acronym SOAP, the O stands for____and means_________ Objective - The data collected via physical exam, labs, imaging, etc
In the acronym SOAP, the A stands for_____and means________ Assessment - Diagnosis, cause of the problem, list of possibilities
In the acronym SOAP, the P stands for ____and means________ Plan - Course of action (ex: medication, procedures)
Dorsum The top of the hand or foot
Plantar The sole of the foot
Sagittal Body Planes: Divides the body in slices right to left; "sagitta" is Latin for arrow
Coronal Body Planes: Divides the body into slices from front to back; "corona" is Latin for crown
Transverse Body Planes: Divides the body from top to bottom
Supine Lying down on back
Created by: Medterm2019HA