By John H. Wasson, B. Timothy Walsh, Harold Sox, Robert Pantell, John W. Wasson
This advisor offers a list of pertinent questions, actual findings, and differential diagnoses for over a hundred regularly obvious signs in adults and kids. It additionally offers insightful guidance on sufferer and relations heritage, actual exam, diagnostic concerns and medicinal drugs.
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As above, but usually has cramps. As above. Fever with abortion; exquisitely tender uterus or adnexae often present. Hypotension, pallor, and sweating are frequently present. As above, but may have noted passing of tissue; cramps and bleeding persist. Pregnant less than 20 weeks; fetal or placental tissue has been passed; cramps and bleeding have ceased. Excessive vaginal bleeding during the third trimester. Cervix is closed. Cervix is dilated. Cervix is dilated; fetal or placental tissue is protruding from cervix.
Secondary to:M Pharyngitis Sore throat. Pneumonia Mumps Cough; fever. Recent exposure to mumps. Fever; cervical lymphadenopathy, pharyngeal erythema. Fever; rales. Parotid gland swelling. qxd 8/29/01 8:41 AM Page 50 Abortion HISTORY DescriptorsM refer to inside cover. How long has the patient been pregnant; date of the last menstrual period; is there actual bleeding or merely spotting; how much bleeding (how many pads are soaked per hour or day); passage of tissue; duration of bleeding. GENERAL DESCRIPTORS: AGGRAVATING FACTOR: was patient trying to induce an abortion; if so, how.
PEDIATRIC CONSIDERATIONS The “battered child” often presents with repeated abrasions and lacerations.