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G. 160/30 mmHg) suggests aortic incompetence. g. 95/80 mmHg) suggests aortic stenosis. g. dissecting aneurysm or atheroma. Difference of 10 mmHg is found in 25% of healthy subjects. The variable pulse from atrial fibrillation means a precise blood pressure cannot easily be obtained. Jugular venous pressure of the jugular venous pressure (JVP). ° ObserveLiethetheheight patient down, resting at approximately 45° to the horizontal with his head on pillows, and shine a torch at an angle across the neck.
History of present illness – Perfectly well until 6 months ago. When he stopped, the pain went off after 2 minutes. Glyceryl trinitrate spray relieved the pain rapidly. Last month the pain came on with less exercise after 100 yards. m. whilst sitting at work the chest pain came on without provocation. It was the worst pain he had ever experienced in his life and he thought he was going to die. The pain was central, crushing in nature, radiating to the left arm and neck and with it a feeling of nausea and sweating.
G. g. buccal pigmentation – postural hypotension – if female, decreased body hair Cushing’s syndrome (Plate 1d) – truncal obesity, round, red face with hirsutism – thin skin and bruising, pink striae, hypertension – proximal muscle weakness Diabetes Diabetic complications include: – skin lesions Necrobiosis lipoidica — ischaemia in skin, usually on shins, 44 Chapter 2: General Examination – – – – – leading to fatty replacement of dermis, covered by thin skin. ischaemic legs (Plate 4e) – diminished foot pulses – skin shiny blue, white or black – no hairs, thick nails – ulcers (Plate 4f ) peripheral neuropathy – absent leg reflexes – diminished sensation – thick skin over unusual pressure points from dropped arch autonomic neuropathy – dry skin mononeuropathy – lateral popliteal nerve — footdrop – III orVI — diplopia – asymmetrical muscle-wasting of the upper leg retinopathy (Plate 6b) Locomotor system Normally one examines joints briefly when examining neighbouring systems.