medical history

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Noun1.medical history - the case history of a medical patient as recalled by the patientmedical history - the case history of a medical patient as recalled by the patient
case history - detailed record of the background of a person or group under study or treatment
family history - part of a patient's medical history in which questions are asked in an attempt to find out whether the patient has hereditary tendencies toward particular diseases
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Doing a physical examination After the medical history your doctor has in mind a short list of probable diagnoses.
Saudi sponsors must provide complete medical history of their domestic workers to health insurance companies, the source said.
A client's medical history is one of the main factors that contribute to an individual disability insurance policy coming back with a modified offer.
It has been told he did not disclose his medical history on various occasions, including when he completed a health questionnaire as part of his job application to be a school bus driver for Glasgow City Council in 2010.
The products come from The Cotter Medical History Trust which, established in 1998 by retired surgeon Pat Cotter, is now the largest collection of medical memorabilia in New Zealand.
a genetic epidemiologist and UPDB assistant director, said that because the data came from the UPDB, the assessment of family history in our study does not rely on self- or family-reported medical history.
When told by the tribunal service that this is not a medical and the DWP, DLA and ESA cannot use this as a medical report, everyone from these departments still calls them medicals, and still use them instead of the medical history supplied by you, the patient.
To avail Tata Indicom - Doctor on Call service, subscribers need to dial 54887, and a doctor registers the personal data and medical history of the subscriber.
In addition, a comprehensive pharmacologic history should be part of the initial medical history and physical.
Orfila and His Times is a fine biography for any involved in medical history and science: college-level readers will appreciate the papers here, which grew from contributions to the international meeting of the same name held in 2004.
The easy answer, he says, is that medical history is what medical historians write.

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