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Student DocumentationModel DocumentationSubjectivePatient presented with complaints of runny nose, sore throat, itchyeyes, and general malaise for 2 weeks. Patient has been using throat lozenges up to 6 a day with reliefHPI: Ms. Jones is a pleasant 28-year-old African American womanwho presented to the clinic with complaints of sore, itchy throat, itchyeyes, and runny nose for the last week. She states that thesesymptoms started spontaneously and have been constant in nature.She does not note any specific aggravating symptoms, but states thather throat pain seems to be worse in the morning. She rates herthroat pain as 4/10 and her throat itchiness as 5/10. She has treatedher throat pain with occasional throat lozenges which has “helped alittle”. She states that she has some soreness when swallowing, butotherwise no other associated symptoms. She states that her nose