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Default WHat other abbreviations can be used?

Can we use CTA&P (clear to auscultation n percussion ) for chest examination or CTAB (clear to auscultation bilaterally)?
and if Pst medical hx is not significant ..can we just write NL (normal)??
and for lymphadenopathy can we just write LAD?
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Use normal abrev. and don't make any up.


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Can we use CTA&P (clear to auscultation n percussion ) for chest examination or CTAB (clear to auscultation bilaterally)?
and if Pst medical hx is not significant ..can we just write NL (normal)??
and for lymphadenopathy can we just write LAD?
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CTAB is in CSE sample patient note but not in usmle.org.thats why i aske dthis?
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