yesterday and was formed. Patient does not complain of abdominal pain. GU: Patient does not complain of urinary incontinence, frequency, or urgency. MS: The patient has no complaints of joint or muscle pain. Psych: The patient has no history of depression or anxiety and denies any suicidal history or ideation. Neuro: The patient has had no syncopal episodes nor episodes of dizziness. The patient has had no memory issues. He does not have a history of falls or seizures. Integument/Heme/Lymph: The patient has 25, 1-2 mm hard papule that are raised off the skin. They are scattered of the chest and abdomen. They are bright red in color.
Endocrine: The patient does not have any hormone or endocrine issues. Allergic/Immunologic: The patient has no allergy or immunologic issues OBJECTIVE DATA Physical Exam: Vital signs: B/P 126/62, P 67 and regular; T 97.9; RR 18; non-labored; Wt: 190 lbs; Ht: 5'10"; BMI 28 General: Alert and oriented and appears uncomfortable HEENT: PERRLA Neck: Carotids no bruit, jugglar vein distension Chest/Lungs: Bilateral lower lobes diminished Heart/Peripheral Vascular: Patient's heart rate is regular heart rate and no murmur is heard. ABD: Normal and active bowel sounds and no tenderness to palpation Genital/Rectal: Deferred Musculoskeletal: symmetric Muscle strength is 5/5 in all groups Neuro: Cranial Nerves II – XII are intact Skin/Lymph Nodes: 25, 1-2 mm hard papule that are raised off the skin. They are scattered over abdomen and chest. They are bright red. ASSESSMENT: Lab Tests and Results: Diagnostics: DEFERRED Differential Diagnosis (DDx):
1.) Cherry angioma - The cherry angioma can manifest in one or multiple places on a body.
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- Summer '15
- Cutaneous conditions, Patient Initials, cherry angioma