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being ten more than one hundred ninety

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During the outpatient visit prior to the MI, chest pain and dyspnea accounted for more than three-quarters of all chief complaints.
1 chief complaint of the [psychiatric] patients who were admitted to the hospital," said Dr.
A 78-year-old male presented with a chief complaint of sinus congestion and a non-productive cough of several months' duration.
The chief complaint is not about pay or conditions, but that doctors are not being allowed to do the job for which they are trained.
My chief complaint was the book would have gained from an attempt to subject the other chapters to the discipline that governed this one.
His chief complaint is that his side are scoring their runs too quickly, by comparison with other counties, to which end he has responded by promoting 40-year-old Kim Barnett back up the order to open the innings.
Admit procedure, which captures the chief complaint, birth weight,
The mayor's chief complaint about the conference committee report is that it would change the elected commission's recommendation that the mayor be given complete authority over firing department heads.
Concentration on the chief complaint became part of your make up.
com), one of the nation's top real estate marketing companies, nearly a third of respondents cite noise as their chief complaint against their neighbor.
Organized by chief complaint, the cases offer practitioners and students examples from all major areas of neurology, including critical care and trauma, epilepsy, movement disorders, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, spinal cord pathologies, neuro-oncology, neuromuscular and peripheral nervous system disorders, neuro-immunology, and neuro-infectious diseases.
We present a case of neurofibroma of the pinna in which the patient's chief complaint was otitis externa.
Of the patients whose chief complaint was suicide, only 7% were asked about a history of domestic violence, but all of those asked had a history of it.
Her chief complaint was primary amenorrhea and cyclic pain.
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