The general impression is formed by looking at and listening to the patient from a slight distance. The objective is to collect in a reasonably short time information that can be combined with the history in order to decide how to proceed, that is, to decide whether the formulation of the problem is complete enough to proceed with a problem-oriented examination.
KeywordsNutritional Condition Body Shape General Impression Companion Animal Nictitate Membrane
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