Course Project week 3.docx - Martha Wright Test procedures and corresponding diagnoses The patient has stated that her headache has gotten progressively

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Martha Wright Test/ procedures and corresponding diagnoses The patient has stated that her headache has gotten progressively worse and she is taking 1000 mg of extra strength Tylenol with little relief. I would recommend that she get an MRI or CT scan asap. Reading her medical history, the patient was diagnosed with left medial lower quadrant defect and temporal lower quadrant defect. This could be an indication that patient may have a brain aneurysm. Abbreviations PERRLA- abbreviation for pupils equal, round, react to light, accommodation SOB- shortness of breath IDDM- insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus N/V/D- nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea RR- respiratory rate Joan Smith Test/ procedures and corresponding diagnoses This patient is exhibiting several symptoms which makes it hard to narrow down what is going on
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