Site Evaluation Summary

For my site evaluations, I did three History and Physicals on several different patients. One patient had a family history of breast cancers and had a benign fibroadenoma that was found on physical exam years ago. A new breast mass was found on her new physical exam and a breast core biopsy, as well as genetic testing, was recommended. The second patient had his initial visit with the doctor. Going through the visit, the patient mentioned that he tests his blood sugar daily and that the numbers he was getting was very high. The third patient was a young woman …

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Site Evaluation Summary

For my site evaluations, I did my surgery SOAP notes on several different types of patients. One patient had a family history of breast cancer and had a fibroadenoma that was benign years ago. A new breast mass was found on exam and a breast core biopsy was recommended. The second patient was brought into the emergency room for right upper quadrant pain for a few days after having a high fatty meal. Her right upper quadrant was tender to palpation and a CT abdomen showed gallstones in her gallbladder. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy was indicated for the patient. The third patient …

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Site Evaluation Summary

For my site evaluations, I did my cases on a patient who has a varicocele, an atypical presentation of COVID, and a patient who had 4 months of fevers on and off that turned out to have community acquired pneumonia. The patient who had the varicocele did not have any abdominal tenderness, which both my attending and I thought was interesting when the patient mentioned his abdomen was hurting. That interaction made me reconsider how broad the differential diagnoses needed to be. Both of my site evaluations were done as group evaluations in person at school. As a group, we …

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