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SBGR Physical Exam

SBGR MA 140 Week 2

physical examination determining the overall state of well-being of a patient
transferring moving from one place to another
bruit abnormal sound heard on auscultation of an organ, vessel, or gland
clubbing an abnormal enlargement of the fingertips, usually seen in advanced heart or lung disease
gait style of walking
manipulation moving a body part by an externally applied force
mastication chewing
murmur abnormal sound heard when auscultating the heart
peristalsis rhythmic contraction of involuntary muscles
sclera white of eye
trauma physical injury
nodules small lumps, lesions, or swelling felt when palpating the skin
anatomy the study of the structure of the body
physiology the study of body function
PCP primary care physician
-ology science or study of
WNL within normal limits
HEENT head eyes ears nose throat
PERRLA Pupils equal, round and reactive to light and accomodation
CO complains of
Created by: SBGrandRapids