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Can we write +SLR (which means positive Straight Leg Raising Test) in Physical Exam portion of the Patient Note?
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cannot think of a reason why not.......
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principally yes but usually they right + or - after the test ...like SLR+. though i don't think it should make any difference

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Can we write +SLR (which means positive Straight Leg Raising Test) in Physical Exam portion of the Patient Note?

asking myself the same thing... Thank you
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