Pulses Popliteal posterior tibial dorsalis pedis Bilateral popliteal posterior

Pulses popliteal posterior tibial dorsalis pedis

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Pulses: Popliteal posterior tibial dorsalis pedis Bilateral popliteal, posterior tibial, and dorsalis pedis pulses present, 2+ regular Temperature and pretibial edema Skin temperature warm, dry, smooth. No pretibial edema present. Toes No skin breakdown, full range of motion, no discoloration or dryness. No open sores, no joint redness, no edema, no deformities in toes or nails ROM and Muscle Strength Ankles and feet Full range of motion in ankles and toes, no joint swelling noted, no tenderness, even hair 9
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distribution, no dryness, no swelling, no skin breakdown Neurologic Alert and oriented x4, calm, cooperative, and appropriate Sensation: face arms hands legs feet Equal and bilateral sensations to face, arms, hands, legs, and feet. No numbness, no tingling, no decreased sensations Position sense Position sense normal to both upper and lower extremities bilaterally Stereognosis Able to identify three objects (pen, paperclip, clothespin) appropriately Cerebellar function (finger to nose) Cerebellar function intact (finger to nose), no Cerebellar function (heel to shin) Deep tendon reflexes: biceps triceps brachioradialis patellar achilles Babinski reflex Musculoskeletal Walk across room heel to toe No scissoring, swinging, shuffling, or waddling noted, pt balanced appropriately Walk on tiptoes, then walk on heels Pt able to do so appropriately, no swaying, waddling, scissoring, or shuffling noted. Pt able to balance appropriately Romberg sign Romberg test negative, no swaying or loss of balance. No cerebellar or sensory ataxia noted. Shallow knee bend Able to complete shallow knee bed appropriately, no pain or difficulty reported. ROM of spine Full range of motion in spine. Pt able to bend forwards and back, laterally, and rotates appropriately. No scoliosis or kyphosis noted, no tenderness to palpation. Social Determinants: 10
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