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CASEBLOOD IN URINEDoorway Information:John Doe is a 60 year-old man who comes to your office because of intermittent blood in his urine overthe past 1 month.Vital Signs:T 37 CBP 150/95 mm Hg Pulse 62/min Respirations 14/minExaminee Tasks:1. Obtain a focused history.2. Perform a relevant physical exam.Do not perform rectal, pelvic, genitourinary, or corneal reflex exam.3. Discuss your initial diagnostic impression and your workup plan with the patient.4. After leaving the room writeone two or three probable diagnosis.Communication and Interpersonal Skills ChecklistFostering the Relationship:… Knocked… Introduced self… Clarified role… Was properly groomed (dressed)… Made eye contact… Maintained appropriate distance… Displayed confident manner… Showed care and concern… Was respectful and nonjudgmental… Established patient’s preferred title… Used proper draping… Focused on patient… Did not interrupt patient… Maintained appropriate and responsive body languageGathering Information:… Elicited chief complaint

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Spring
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Urology, Hematuria, nephrolithiasis

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