Male General Medical Exam

Men's Health, Objective/Exam Elements
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[textarea default="GENERAL APPEARANCE: Well developed, well nourished and in no acute distress."]
[textarea default="HEAD: Normocephalic."]
[textarea default="ENT: External auditory canals and tympanic membranes clear, hearing grossly intact. No nasal discharge. Oral cavity and pharynx normal. Teeth and gingiva in good general condition."]
[textarea default="EYES: PERRL, EOMI. Fundi normal."]
[textarea default="NECK: Supple, non-tender without lymphadenopathy, masses or thyromegaly."]
[textarea default="LUNGS: Clear without rales, rhonchi, wheezing or diminished breath sounds."]
[textarea default="HEART: Regular rhythm with no murmurs/clicks, S3, S4, JVD or carotid bruits."]
[textarea default="ABDOMEN: Soft, flat, nontender without masses or hepatosplenomegaly. Bowel sounds are active. Femoral pulses normal, no bruits."]
[textarea default="GENITALIA: Normal male."]
[textarea default="RECTAL: Good sphincter tone, no masses. Prostate is normal."]
[textarea default="SKIN: Normal."]
[textarea default="EXTREMITIES: No significant deformity or joint abnormality. No edema. Peripheral pulses intact. No varicosities."]
[textarea default="SPINE: No deformity or abnormality."]
[textarea default="NEUROLOGIC: Alert and oriented. Cranial nerves grossly intact. Motor, sensory and cerebellar function testing normal."]
[textarea default="PSYCHIATRIC: Grossly normal."]














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