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Unformatted text preview: SAMPLE STUDENT WRITE UPS Videorecording #1 Patient: Robin Line HPI: 45 year old female presenting with lower back pain on her left side. She came in asking for medication to relieve her symptoms. She was bending over gardening three days ago and she began to feel a pain in her lower back in the buttocks region the next morning when she woke up (2 days ago). Prolonged sitting and housework makes her back feel worse and lying down relieves the pain temporarily. She tried taking aspirin, but only relieved the pain a little. The pain is a constant dull aching throughout the day and patient scaled it as a 6 or 7/10. Pain does not radiate down leg or to upper back. No other symptoms present. She has never had back pain before nor had any previous trauma to back. The pain has been preventing her from going to work. She does not get paid while ill, coworkers are trying to pick up her slack, and her family depends on her check. So, she needs to get back to work soon. PMH: Was hospitalized in 1979 for viral pneumonia for 3 days and two times during childbirth. SH: Patient has two children. Patient: Jim Brady HPI: 25 year old male presenting with pain in his right hand. The pain began 2 months ago and has been progressively getting worse and has been hurting every day for past few weeks. He has been progressively getting worse and has been hurting every day for past few weeks....
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