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CONTENTS 
{UN}Unit I
 {UT}Foundations of Physical Examination and History Taking
{CN}Chapter 1
{CT}Overview of Physical Examination and History Taking
{D1} The Health History
{H1} Structure and Purposes
			{H3R} The Comprehensive Vs. Focused Health History
			{H3R} Subjective vs. Objective Data
{H1} The Comprehensive Adult Health History
			{H3} General Information
			{H3R} Chief Complaint
			{H3R} Present Illness
			{H3R} Past History
			{H3R} Family History
			{H3R} Personal and Social History
			{H3R} Review of Systems
{D1} The Physical Examination
{H1} Approach and Overview
	{H1} The Comprehensive Adult Physical Examination
			{H3R} General Survey
			{H3R} Vital Signs
{H3R} Skin, Hair, and Nails
			{H3R} HEENT
			{H3R} Neck
			{H3R} Back
{H3R} Posterior Thorax and Lungs
			{H3R} Breast, Axillae, and Epitrochlear Nodes
			{H3R} Anterior Thorax and Lungs
			{H3R} Cardiovascular System
{H3R} Abdomen
			{H3R} Lower Extremities
			{H3R} Nervous System
			{H3R} Additional Examinations
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB}Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 2
{CT}Interviewing and the Health History
{H1}Getting Ready: The Approach to the Interview
{H3R}Taking Time for Self-Reflection
{H3R}Reviewing the Chart
{H3R}Setting Goals for the Interview
{H3R}Reviewing Your Clinical Behavior and Appearance 
{H3R}Adjusting the Environment
{H3R}Taking Notes 
{H1}Learning About the Patient: The Sequence of the Interview 
{H3R}Greeting the Patient and Establishing Rapport
{H3R}Inviting the Patient's Story
{H3R}Establishing an Agenda 
{H3R}Expanding and Clarifying the Patient's Story 
{H3R}Generating and Testing Diagnostic Hypotheses 
{H3R}Creating a Shared Understanding of the Problem
{H3R}Negotiating a Plan
{H3R}Planning for Follow-Up and Closing
{H1}Building a Therapeutic Relationship: The Techniques of Skilled Interviewing
{H3R}Building the Relationship
{H3R}Active Listening
{H3R}Guided Questioning: Options for Expanding and Clarifying the Patient's Story
{H3R}Nonverbal Communication 
{H3R}Empathic Responses
{H3R}Validation
{H3R}Reassurance
{H3R}Partnering
{H3R}Summarization
{H3R}Transitions
{H3R}Empowering the Patient
{H1}Adapting Your Interview to Specific Situations
{H3R}The Silent Patient
{H3R}The Confusing Patient
{H3R}The Patient with Altered Capacity
{H3R}The Talkative Patient 
{H3R}The Crying Patient
{H3R}The Angry or Disruptive Patient
{H3R}The Interview Across a Language Barrier
{H3R}The Patient with Low Literacy
{H3R}The Patient with Impaired Hearing 
{H3R}The Patient with Impaired Vision
{H3R}The Patient with Limited Intelligence
{H3R}The Patient with Personal Problems
{H1}Sensitive Topics that Call for Specific Approaches
{H3R}The Sexual History
{H3R}The Mental Health History
{H3R}Alcohol and Drugs
{H3R}Family Violence 
{H3R}Death and the Dying Patient 
{H1}Societal Aspects of Interviewing
{H3R}Achieving Cultural Competence
{H3R}Sexuality in the Clinician-Patient Relationship
{H1}Ethics and Professionalism 
{BIB}Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 3
{CT}Clinical Reasoning, Assessment, and Plan
{H1} Assessment and Plan: The Process of Clinical Reasoning
{H1} The Case of Mrs. N: Assessment and Plan
{H1} Approaching the Challenges of Clinical Data
{H3R} Clustering Data into Single versus Multiple Problems
{H3R} Sifting Through an Extensive Array of Data
{H3R} Assessing the Quality of the Data
{H3R} Displaying Clinical Data
{H1} Building Your Case: Integrating Clinical Reasoning and Assessment of Clinical Data
{H1} Organizing the Patient Record 
{H3R} Generating the Problem List
{H3R} Writing the Progress Note
{H1} Clinical Assessment: The Journey to Excellence
{BIB}Bibliography
{UN} Unit II
{UT} Regional Examinations
{CN}Chapter 4
{CT}Beginning the Physical Examination: General Survey and Vital Signs
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{H3R} Calculating the BMI
{H3R} Interpreting and Acting on the BMI
{H3R} Assessing Dietary Intake
{D1} The Health History
{H3R} Changes in Weight
			{H3R} Fatigue and Weakness
{H3R} Fever, Chills, and Night Sweats
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
			{H3R} Optimal Weight and Nutrition
{H3R} Exercise
{H3R} Blood Pressure and Diet
{D1} Techniques of Examination
 {HP1} Beginning the Examination: Setting the Stage
			{H3R} Reflect on Your Approach to the Patient
			{H3R} Adjust the Lighting and the Environment
{H3R} Determine the Scope of the Examination: Comprehensive or Focused?
			{H3R} Choose the Sequence of the Examination
			{H3R} Observe the Correct Examining Position and Handedness
			{H3R} Promote the Patient's Comfort
 {HP1} The General Survey
			{H3R} Apparent State of Health
			{H3R} Level of Consciousness
{H3R} Sighs of Distress
			{H3R} Height and Build
			{H3R} Weight
			{H3R} Skin Color and Obvious Lesions
			{H3R} Dress, Grooming, and Personal Hygiene
			{H3R} Facial Expression
{H3R} Odors of the Body and Breath
{H3R} Posture, Gait, and Motor Activity
 {HP1} The Vital Signs
	{H1} Blood Pressure
	{H1} Heart Rate and Rhythm
	{H1} Respiratory Rate and Rhythm
	{H1} Temperature
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB}Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 5
{CT} The Skin, Hair, and Nails
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
			{H3R} Skin
{H3R} Hair
{H3R} Nails
{H3R} Sebaceous Glands and Sweat Glands
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} Skin
	{H1} Skin Lesions in Context
	{H1} Hair
	{H1} Nails 
{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Instructions for the Skin Self-Examination
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 6
{CT} The Head and Neck
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{H1} The Head
{H1} The Eye
	{H1} The Ear
	{H1} The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
	{H1} The Mouth and Pharynx
{H1} The Neck
{D1} The Health History
{H1} The Head
{H1} The Eyes
	{H1} The Ears
	{H1} The Nose and Sinuses
{H1} The Mouth, Throat, and Neck
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
{H1} The Head
{H3R} The Hair
{H3R} The Scalp
{H3R} The Skull
			{H3R} The Face
{H3R} The Skin
{H1} The Eyes
{H3R} Visual Acuity
{H3} Visual Fields by Confrontation
{H3R} Position and Alignment of the Eyes
			{H3R} Eyebrows
{H3R} Eyelids
{H3R} Lacrimal Apparatus
{H3R} Conjunctiva and Sclera
{H3R} Cornea and Lens
{H3R} Iris
{H3R} Pupils
{H3R} Extraocular Muscles
{H3R} Ophthalmoscopic Examination
	{H1} The Ears
{H3R} The Auricle
{H3R} Ear Canal and Drum
{H3R} Auditory Acuity
			{H3R} Air and Bone Conduction
	{H1} The Nose and Paranasal Sinuses
	{H1} The Mouth and Pharynx
{H3R} The Lips
{H3R} The Oral Mucosa
{H3R} The Gums and Teeth
			{H3R} The Roof of the Mouth
{H3R} The Tongue and the Floor of the Mouth
			{H3R} The Pharynx
{H1} The Neck
		{H3R} The Lymph Nodes
		{H3R} The Trachea and the Thyroid Gland
		{H3R} The Carotid Arteries and Jugular Veins
	{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} For Assessing Protruding Eyes (Proptosis or Exophthalmos)
			{H3R} For Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
			{H3R} For Inspection of the Upper Palpebral Conjunctiva
			{H3R} Swinging Flashlight Test
			{H3R} Transillumination of the Sinuses
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 7
{CT} The Thorax and Lungs
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{H3R} Locating Findings on the Chest
			{H3R} Lungs, Fissures, and Lobes
			{H3R} Locations on the Chest
			{H3R} The Trachea and Major Bronchi
			{H3R} The Pleurae
			{H3R} Breathing
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} Initial Survey of Respiration and the Thorax
	{H1} Examination of the Posterior Chest
	{H1} Examination of the Anterior Chest
	{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Clinical Assessment of Pulmonary Function
			{H3R} Forced Expiratory Time
			{H3R} Identification of a Fractured Rib
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 8
{CT} The Cardiovascular System
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{H1} Surface Projections of the Heart and Great Vessels
{H1} Cardiac Chambers, Valves and Circulation
{H1} Events in the Cardiac Cycle
{H1} The Splitting of Heart Sounds
{H1} Heart Murmurs
	{H1} Relation of Auscultatory Findings to the Chest Wall
	{H1} The Conduction System
	{H1} The Heart as a Pump
	{H1} Arterial Pulses and Blood Pressure
	{H1} Jugular Venous Pressure (JVP)
	{H1} Jugular Venous Pulsations
	{H1} Changes Over the Lifespan
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} Jugular Venous Pressure and Pulsations
			{H3R} Jugular Venous Pressure (JVP)
			{H3R} Jugular Venous Pulsations
{H1} The Carotid Pulse
			{H3R} Thrills and Bruits
			{H3R} The Brachial Artery
	{H1} The Heart
		{H2} Inspection and Palpation
			{H3R} Overview
{H3R} Left Ventricular Area: The Apical Impulse or Point of Maximal Impulse (PMI)
{H3R} S3 and S4
{H3R} Right Ventricular Area: The Left Sternal Border in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Interspaces
{H3R} Pulmonic Area: The Left 2nd Interspace
{H3R} Aortic Area: The Right 2nd Interspace
	{H2} Percussion
	{H2} Auscultation
		{H3R} Overview
		{H3R} Listening for Heart Sounds
		{H3R} Attributes of Heart Murmurs
	{H1} Integrating Cardiovascular Assessment
{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Aids to Identify Systolic Murmurs
			{H3R} Pulsus Alterans
			{H3R} Paradoxical Pulse
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB}Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 9
{CT} The Breasts and Axillae
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
	{H1} The Female Breast
	{H1} The Male Breast
	{H1} Lymphatics
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
{H1} The Female Breast
	{H1} The Male Breast
	{H1} The Axillae
	{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Assessment of Spontaneous Nipple Discharge
			{H3R} Examination of the Mastectomy Patient
			{H3R} Instructions for the Breast Self-Examination
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 10
{CT} The Abdomen
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{D1} The Health History
	{H1} The Gastrointestinal Tract
			
	{H1} The Urinary Tract
			
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} The Abdomen
	{H1} The Liver
	{H1} The Spleen
	{H1} The Kidneys
	{H1} The Bladder
	{H1} The Aorta
	{H1} Special Techniques
		{H2} Assessing Possible Ascites
			{H3R} Identifying an Organ or a Mass in an Ascitic Abdomen
		{H2} Assessing Possible Appendicitis
		{H2} Assessing Possible Acute Cholecystitis
		{H2} Assessing Ventral Hernias
		{H2} Mass in the Abdominal Wall
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 11
{CT} Male Genitalia and Hernias
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} The Penis
	{H1} The Scrotum and Its Contents
	{H1} Hernias
	{H1} Special Techniques
		{H2} The Testicular Self-Examination
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 12
{CT} Female Genitalia and Hernias
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H3R} Choosing Equipment
	{H3R} Positioning the Patient
	{H1} External Examination
	{H1} Internal Examination
	{H1} Hernias
	{H1} Special Techniques
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 13
{CT} The Anus, Rectum, and Prostate
{D1}Anatomy and Physiology
{D1}The Health History
{D1}Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1}Techniques of Examination
	{H1}Male
	{H1}Female
{D1}Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 14
{CT} The Peripheral Vascular System
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
	{H1} Arteries
	{H1} Veins 
	{H1} The Lymphatic System and Lymph Nodes
	{H1} Fluid Exchange and the Capillary Bed
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} Arms
	{H1} Legs
	{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Postural Color Changes of Chronic Arterial Insufficiency
			{H3R} Mapping Varicose Veins
			{H3R} Evaluating the Competency of Venous Valves
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 15
{CT} The Musculoskeletal System
{D1} Assessing the Musculoskeletal System: Guide to New Organization of This Chapter
{D1} Structure and Function of Joints
 {H1} Types of Joints
	{H1} Structure of Synovial Joints
{H1} Bursae
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Examination of Specific Joints: Anatomy and Techniques of Examination
 {H1} Temporomandibular Joint
 {H1} The Shoulder
{H1} The Elbow
{H1} The Wrist and Hands
{H1} The Spine
{H1} The Hip
{H1} The Knee
{H1} The Ankle and Foot
 
{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
			{H3R} For Low Back Pain With Radiation Into the Leg
			{H3R} Measuring the Length of Legs
			{H3R} Describing Limited motion of a Joint
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 16
{CT} The Nervous System: Mental Status and Behavior
{D1} Overview
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} Appearance and Behavior
	{H1} Speech and Language
	{H1} Mood
{H1} Thought and Perceptions
	{H1} Cognitive Functions
	{H1} Higher Cognitive Functions
	{H1} Special Techniques
			{H3R} Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE)
			{H3R} New Learning Ability
{D1}Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 17
{CT} The Nervous System: Cranial Nerves, Motor System, Sensory System, and Reflexes
{D1}Anatomy and Physiology
	{H1}Central Nervous System
		{H2}The Brain
{H2}The Spinal Cord
	{H1}Peripheral Nervous System
		{H2}The Cranial Nerves
		{H2}The Peripheral Nerves
	{H1}Spinal Reflexes: The Deep Tendon Response
	{H1}Motor Pathways
	{H1}Sensory Pathways
{D1}The Health History
{D1}Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1}Techniques of Examination
	{H1}The Cranial Nerves
	{H1}The Motor System
			
	{H1}The Sensory System
	{H1}Deep Tendon Reflexes
	{H1}Special Techniques
			{H3R}Asterixis
			{H3R}Winging of the Scapula
			{H3R}Meningeal Signs
			{H3R}Anal Reflex
			{H3R}The Stuporous or Comatose Patient
{D1}Recording Your Findings
{BIB}Bibliography
{UN}Unit III 
 {UT}Life Span Examinations
{CN}Chapter 18
{CT} Assessing Children: Infancy Through Adolescence
{D1} Child Development
{H1} Key Principles
{H1} Infancy: The First Year of Life
	{H1} Childhood: 1 Through 10 Years
	{H1} Adolescence: 11 Through 20 Years
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Newborns and Infants (0-1 Year)
 {HP1} Approach to Examination
	{H1} Sequence of the Examination
	{H1} Assessing the Newborn
	{H1} Assessing the Infant
 {HP1} Techniques of Examination
{D1} Childhood (1-10 Years)
 {HP1} Approach to Examination
 	{H1} Assessing Early Childhood
{H1} Assessing Middle Childhood
 {HP1} Techniques of Examination
{D1} Adolescence (11-20 Years)
 {HP1} Approach to Examination
 {HP1} Techniques of Examination
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 19
{CT} The Pregnant Woman
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
			
{D1} The Health History
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
	{H1} General Inspection
{H1} Vital Signs, Height, and Weight
{H1} Head and Neck
{H1} Thorax and Lungs
{H1} Heart
{H1} Breasts
{H1} Abdomen
{H1} Genitalia, Anus, and Rectum
{H1} Extremities
	{H1} Special Techniques
		{H2} Modified Leopold's Maneuvers
	{H1} Concluding the Visit
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB} Bibliography
{CN}Chapter 20
{CT} The Older Adult
{D1} Anatomy and Physiology
{D1} The Health History
{H1} Approach to the Patient
{H3R} Adjusting the Office Environment
{H3R} Shaping the Content and Pace of the Visit 
{H3R} Eliciting Symptoms in the Older Adult
{H3R} Considering Cultural Dimensions of Aging
{H1} Special Areas of Concern when Assessing Common or Concerning Symptoms
{H3R} Activities of Daily Living
{H3R} Medications
{H3R} Nutrition
{H3R} Acute and Chronic Pain
{H3R} Smoking and Alcohol 
{H3R} Advance Directives and Palliative Care 
{D1} Health Promotion and Counseling
{D1} Techniques of Examination
{H1} Assessing Functional Status: The "Sixth Vital Sign"
 {H1} Physical Examination of the Older Adult
{D1} Recording Your Findings
{BIB}Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Physical diagnosis.
Medical history taking.
Physical Examination -- methods.
Medical History Taking -- methods.