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Rotating inward, usually referring to the subtalar joint
Past Medical History
Range of Motion
Nearer to the midline
Lower on the body, farther from the head
Benign tumor, usually near the end of a long bone
Left Hand dominant
Low bone mineral deposit
With the elbow flexed 90 degrees, rotating the palm downward
Body position lying face up
Primary Care Provider
Cervical Spine (neck)
Pale skin
Midsection, or shaft, of a long bone
With the elbow flexed 90 degrees, rotating the palm upward
Turning inward toward the body
Complains of
Formation of new bone in response to injury
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Higher on the body, nearer to the head
Left lower extremity
Within Normal Limits
Bending the joint toward the starting position
Turning outward from the body
Farther from the trunk of the body
Maximum medical improvement
A segment distal to a joint is bent inward
Rotating outward, usually referring to the subtalar joint
Osteochondritis Dissecans
Obviously; a lot; wholly
History and Physical Exam
Family history
As needed
normal, of not danger to health
Degenerative Joint Disease
Review of Systems
Status post (after)
Growth plate(s)
Splitting of the skin due to trauma (a cut due to something sharp)
Motor vehicle accident/collision
Muscular pain, 'muscle aches'
Scrape of the skin due to something abrasive
Incision and Drainage
Body lying face down
Bending the joint from the starting position
Left upper extremity
Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug
History of present illness
Rear or backside of the body
Long-standing, constant, opposite of acute
Right Hand Dominant
Rounded end of a long bone that articulates with another bone
A segment distal to a joint is bent outward
Rule out
Right Lower Extremity
Right Upper Extremeity
Up to date
A bruise
Degenerative Disc Disease
Farther from the midline (a line that can be traced from nose to belly-button)
Nearer to the trunk of he body
Last normal mentrual period
No acute distress
Movement from the midline
Movement toward the midline
new, usually of rapid onset and of concern, opposite of chronic
painful inflammation of the joints
Pain caused by a pinched nerve

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