Question Review of Systems Question

lottie66

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I need some help from some of you E & M experts. I believe the review of systems posted below would be considered a complete of review of systems. I know you have to have 10 systems in order to have a complete. If you disagree that this is a complete, please state why.

CONSTITUTIONAL: no fever, weight loss
EYES: No pain, no redness, changes in vision
ENT: no tinnitus, hearing loss
CARDIOVASCULAR: no chest pain or tachycardia
RESPIRATORY: no cough or shortness of breath
GI: no diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain
GU: no dysuria
SKIN: no rash
NEUROLOGIC: no seizures, positive for headache
PSYCHIATRIC: positive for depression, anxiety, positive for sleep disturbance
 

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I need some help from some of you E & M experts. I believe the review of systems posted below would be considered a complete of review of systems. I know you have to have 10 systems in order to have a complete. If you disagree that this is a complete, please state why.

CONSTITUTIONAL: no fever, weight loss
EYES: No pain, no redness, changes in vision
ENT: no tinnitus, hearing loss
CARDIOVASCULAR: no chest pain or tachycardia
RESPIRATORY: no cough or shortness of breath
GI: no diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain
GU: no dysuria
SKIN: no rash
NEUROLOGIC: no seizures, positive for headache
PSYCHIATRIC: positive for depression, anxiety, positive for sleep disturbance
That would qualify as a complete ROS because 10 systems are individually and clearly documented.
 
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