THE_PHYSICAL_EXAMINATION

THE_PHYSICAL_EXAMINATION - No masses or tenderness. (if...

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THE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: TOP TO BOTTOM AND WHAT IS NORMAL Vital signs:  BP, P, Temp, RR , O2 sat, Pain scale Skin:  No lesion Nodes:  no cervical, axillary, supraclavicular or inguinal adenopathy HEENT:  supple, no thyromegaly or JVD.  No carotid bruits Chest:  clear to auscultation and percussion Breasts:  symmetric with no masses or nipple discharge.  Axillary tail normal Heart:  PMI in the mid-axillary line, 5 th  ICS.  No heaves.  RRR (regular rate and  rhythm) S1 and 2; no S3 or S4.  No mumurs or rubs.  1-2/6 systolic ejection  murmur heard bet at the base without radiation, ending well before S2. Abdomen:  no distension,cars or abnormal pusaltions.  Bowel sounds present. 
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Unformatted text preview: No masses or tenderness. (if tender, localize and identigy whether there is voluntary or involuntary guarding) Genitourinary: normal (un)circumsized male. No testicular masses. (pelvic = refused) Rectal: normal sphincter tone. Heme negative stool. No masses or tenderness. Prostate smooth without nodules. Extremities: no clubbing, cyanosis or edema Neurologic Examination: alert and oriented times 4. Cranial nerves 2-12 intact. Motor: normal tone and symmetric power. Sensory: intact to light touch. Reflexes 2+ and symmetric with downgoing toes....
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