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Medicine, 26.04.2021 23:20 antwann23

A physician is reading this information in a patient’s record. What section of the record is the physician reviewing? General: energy level sluggish, positive for 15 pound weight gain over last 3 months, height 5'8"

Pulmonary: history of exercise-induced asthma, no history of pleurisy, cough, dyspnea, cyanosis, pneumonia, TB

Psychiatric: denies symptoms of depression and anxiety

Endocrine: no known history of diabetes or thyroid problems

This information is in the BLANK

section of a patient’s medical record.

fill in blank choices: Progress notes, Administrative, History&Physical

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