Question 821 out of 1 points You are examining Mr S a 79 year old diabetic man

Question 821 out of 1 points you are examining mr s a

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Question 821 out of 1 pointsYou are examining Mr. S., a 79-year-old diabetic man complaining of claudication. Which of the following physical findings is consistent with the diagnosis of arterial occlusion? Question 831 out of 1 pointsYour 15-year-old patient is athletic and thin. Radiography of an ankle injury reveals a stress fracture. You should question this patient about her: Question 84 1 out of 1 points A pulsation that is diminished to the point of being barely palpable would be graded as: Question 85 1 out of 1 points The rectal past medical history of all patients should include inquiry about: Question 861 out of 1 pointsWhen assessing a 17-year-old for nuchal rigidity, you gently raise his head off the examination table. He involuntarily flexes his hips and knees. To confirm your suspicions associated with this positive test, you would also perform a test for the _____ sign. Question 87 1 out of 1 points
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For purposes of examination and communication of physical findings, the breast is divided into: Question 881 out of 1 pointsYour older clinic patient is being seen today as a follow-up for a 2-day history of pneumonia. The patient continues to have a productive cough, shortness of breath, and lethargy and has been spending most of the day lying in bed. You should begin the chest examination by: Question 891 out of 1 pointsNancy Walker is a 16-year-old girl who presents to the clinic with complaints of severe, acute chest pain. Her mother reports that Nancy, apart from occasional colds, Nancy is not prone to respiratory problems. What potential risk factor is most important to assess with regards to Nancy's current problem? Question 90 1 out of 1 points When palpating breast tissue, the examiner should use the _____ at each site. Question 911 out of 1 pointsDuring chest assessment, you note the patient's voice quality while auscultating the lung fields. The voice sound is intensified, there is a nasal quality to the voice, and the e's sound like a s. This sound is indicative of:
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