ANLS 1617 Analysis of a Patient

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Analysis of a patient Objective and subjective findings
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Objective vs Subjective Findings Objective findings are indicators that the examiner can determine are present wthout patient input. i.e. color,rashes Subjective findings are symptoms that the patient reveals such as pain
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Order of examination Inspection Instrumentation Static palpation Motion Palpation X-ray
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The order can change depending on whether he patient is in acute pain. Then static tests are preferred over dynamic It is not uncommon for the patient to suffer exacerbation of pain due to a rigorous exam
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Inspection Changes in posture/gait Changes in color Changes in symmetry Presence of Lesions/ Scars Changes in posture and Gait are the most important aspects of the visual inspection
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Gait In the absence of profound neurological disorders (MS), gait may reveal sublte signs of the VSC. A patient in severe pain with walk in a guarded
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANLS 1617 taught by Professor Laurahuber during the Spring '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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