Plus if there is a disagreement between physical finding
and an MRI, it would be logical to get another radiologist to read the MRI to see if his/her opinion differed from the first reading.
The clinical presentation of the patient, physical findings
and imaging techniques like chest-X-ray, ultrasonography and CT may be helpful in correct diagnosis.
The obstructive respiratory pattern on physical findings
and auto-positive end-expiratory pressure in the flow pattern suggested peripheral airway obstruction.
As for the exam's technical details, it's become routine to document the physical findings
with photos from a colpo-scope focused on the external genitalia.
Emphasizing an approach that is multidisciplinary and combines neurological and neurosurgical perspectives, they address anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, neurologic and physical findings
, diagnostic tests and imaging, pre- operative assessment, and medical and surgical treatment options, as well as common spinal procedures including minimally invasive surgery, new technology, and how to treat a patient who does not improve or worsens after surgery.
The items reviewed in the charts were age, gender, chief complaint, physical findings
, ordering location, CT scan indication, CT scan abnormality, endoscopic findings and the time interval between CT scan and endoscopic procedure.
A brain tumour was eliminated but the physical findings
and bulbar palsy led to a diagnosis of motor neurone disease (MND).
Experts traditionally rule out serious causes by thorough physical examination, including examining the back of the eyes and exclusion of neurological physical findings
This section also includes photographs of physical findings
in travelers; the photographs highlight such diseases as African tick-bite fever, chikungunya, dengue, swimmer's itch, African trypanosomiasis, leishmaniasis, measles, tungiasis, and cutaneous larva migrans.
3) Common risk factors include: family history of permanent childhood hearing loss; admission to neonatal intensive care unit for more than 5 days; in utero infections (cytomegalovirus, herpes, rubella, syphilis, and toxoplasmosis); any craniofacial anomaly, especially those related to the ear or temporal bone; physical findings
associated with a syndrome known to cause hearing loss; neurodegenerative disorders; meningitis; head trauma; and chemotherapy.
9) Other physical findings
include upper-eyelid retraction, deepening of the superior orbital sulcus, loss of fat in the lower eyelid, and malar depression.
Tremor, odor of alcohol on breath, cirrhosis, gastrointestinal disorders, and hypertension are some of the physical findings
associated with alcoholism.