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For this discussion, two components will be discussed, a narrative and pictorial genogram. I will include a patient interview to determine his hereditary conditions, a narrative discussion to picture his family pedigree, his demographics, a review of his and family history, synopsis of major health and genetic disorders, and an educational summary on one of the risks identified.NarrativeThis discussion includes a patient interview in which I will focus on their demographics, past medical history/hereditary conditions, and family history. The patient is a 59-year-old Hispanic male. He was born and raised in Mexico and has been living in the United States since 2001. He currently lives in El Paso, Texas. He is a Catholic, married with two adult children, andin the upper-middle class. His highest level of education is a master’s degree. He is currently employed and works as a director of supply chain for Johnson and Johnson Company. When asked about his past medical history, the patient shared that he has a history of testicular cancer. He also shared that in 2004 at age 43, he was involved in a motor vehicle accident where he sustained a traumatic brain injury. However, he had a full recovery and denies having any neuro deficits from the event. Patient denies history of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, stroke, heart attack, obesity, asthma, COPD, gastrointestinal disease, dementia, seizures, or thyroid disease. When asked about his family history, he states that his mother, father, and one of this sisters have history of hypertension. His father has a history of heart attack. His father also has mild scoliosis, which the patient’s brother inherited. His mother has a history of anxiety, insomnia, heart dysrhythmias, and arthritis. One of his sisters had Hodgkin’s lymphoma and underwent radiation therapy at age 6 and his two brothers have a history of kidney stones. During this interview, there were three major health and genetic disorders identified: cancer, heart disease, and scoliosis. I asked the patient to go into more detail about his history of these three main disorders. When discussing about his medical history, the patient shared that he had testicular cancer at age 23 in which he underwent chemotherapy and had his right testicle removed. His younger sister also has a history of cancer. She was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s

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