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physical

adjective actual, bodily, carnal, concrete, corporal, corporeal, earthly, embodied, flesh and blood, fleshly, human, incarnate, material, materiate, mundane, natural, nonspiritual, organic, real, sensible, sensual, sensuous, somatic, substantial, substantive, systemic, tangible, temporal, unspiritual, worldly
Associated concepts: physical assets, physical condition, physical contact, physical control, physical damage, physiial delivery, physical depreciation, physical disability, physscal force, physical impairment, physical injury, physical loss, physical property
See also: bodily, concrete, corporal, corporeal, mundane, tangible
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Physical findings revealed central obesity, multiple bruises, thinning of the skin, buffalo hump and high blood pressure (200/110 mmHg).
Only Patients in group B with global developmental delay who had no abnormal physical findings pointing to a specific etiology had a normal CT of brain.
Many physicians prescribe Glucophage based on history and physical findings alone without confirmatory testing.
Although certain physical findings were discussed, this area could have
Symptoms alone, with no physical findings or objective explanations, have limited diagnostic value, Gots said.
Notable physical findings included enlarged tonsils and a white exudate on the right tonsil.
Each chapter considers organ-specific diseases in alphabetical order and provides details such as key diagnostic tests and associated laboratory and physical findings.
Defined as the pattern of symptoms, physical findings, or other stereotypical events, a syndrome indicates a particular social condition.
The authors present a brief description of the evolution of functional and health status measurement tools in assessing ESRD patients, which, they claim to be as essential in this activity as using laboratory data and physical findings.
To determine the marginal value of physical findings over self-report when assessing signs and symptoms of foot disorders, skin problems, and peripheral vascular disease; and
According to Terr, "Clinical ecology is based on a belief that environmental pollution by synthetic chemicals causes an illness that is not defined by symptoms, signs, physical findings, pathological conditions and laboratory abnormalities.