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Listening How would you rate this CS Exam Patient Note

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HEENT-PERRLA, No icterus, No lymphadenopathy
Chest- Non tender, BS bilaterally
Heart- RRR, S1/S2 NL, No murmur, rales or gallops
Abd. Ex-Non-distended, RLQ pain, rebound tenderness+ve, + romberg, +rovsing sign, HSM -ve
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4/10. 10 being the best.
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4/10. 10 being the best.
What's missing it? I think the HEENT is a bit too shortened, right?
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VS-WNL
HEENT-PERRLA,No icterus,No lymphadenopathy
Chest-Non tender,BS bilaterally
Heart- RRR,S1/S2 NL,No murmur,rales or gallops
Abd. Ex-Non-distended,RLQ pain,rebound tenderness+ve,+ romberg,+rovsing sign,HSM -ve
Romberg doesn't come in abdomen!! It comes under Neuro..
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Romberg doesn't come in abdomen!! It comes under Neuro..
oops ! yeah you are right. i dont know why i wrote it in abdomen
I know it has alot of discrepancy. i have just started my prep. SO i wrote it so that you guys can take out my mistakes.
Thank you all for the input guys. means alot.
please feel free to take out my mistakes..
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and rales....u dont hear rales in the heart....lungs
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and rales....u dont hear rales in the heart....lungs
Thanks !
Yeah you are right..i wrote rales instead of rub..:sorry:
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BS means Bowel sounds... it goes in abdomen
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BS means Bowel sounds... it goes in abdomen
BS also means breath sounds in chest region.
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BS also means breath sounds in chest region.
beware of that.... might be tricky in the actual exam
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