Get ahead in your career - track and evidence all your medical learning

A brief Guide to the clinical examination

I created this whilst in third year. I have always found it difficult to find a succint guide to the whole examination for the long case...so I created one! It is an easy guide to remembering what to do and why you do it....I hope it can help anyone who needs it
Authored By Howard Chu on Wednesday 11th July 2012

Responses

Howard Chu
·
Medical Student - Bristol
·
Posted about 5 years ago
hi Ashfa, apologies for that as the picture is quite large...try this https://d2mzg49w4tz69q.cloudfront.net/users/20765/files/eca11b44-0abe-d0fd-349d-d70f5698c37c/delivery/img_000.svg if not u can send me ur email privately and im sure i can send u
Like
(1)
Respond
Howard Chu
·
Medical Student - Bristol
·
Posted over 6 years ago
let me know wht u think of it, so i can make improvements to technique or otherwise...thanks!
Like
(0)
Respond
Ashfa Ilyas
·
Medical Student - Manchester
·
Posted about 5 years ago
Hi, I am a second year medical student and think this is a great resource to aid preparation for clinical years, however I am struggling to download it as an image for reference use. Please can you help me with this. Thank you
Like
(0)
Respond
Laura Ems
·
Posted over 4 years ago
I am a NP student and need to perform my head to toe assessment final. This is a very helpful resource, thank you..
Like
(0)
Respond
David Hocken
·
Posted almost 4 years ago
Just had a quick look One small typo stood out. Examining the kidney with two hands is called ballot(ing) NOT blot(ing)! I will peruse it more tomorrow
Like
(0)
Respond