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dorsum last 2001 at CCMC. And on June 2002, he had undergone Below the Knee Amputationat VCMC.



General Appearance

Patient is not having fever, conscious, coherent, responsivewhen being asked. He has a slender body type; voice is clear when he talks and appearsrelaxed and comfortable upon my visit.



Patient has cool and has good skin turgor. There are no signs of skin lesions andsores; there is absence of rashes and itchiness and no change in skin color.



Patient is normocephalic, proportion to the body. Sometimes he experiencedheadache but was relieved by taking OTC medications. There is even distribution of hair andhas slightly dry hair but has no presence of flakes.



He has pinkish, palpable conjunctiva, does not wear glasses and has clear visionwith absence of eye infection.



Symmetrical, non-tender and smooth texture.



The nose is at the midline of the face, palpable, with no presence of swelling. Healso experienced colds due to weather conditions.



He does not wear any dentures but experiences toothaches sometimes due tolack of oral care.



There was no presence of neck stiffness or pain. It can move regularly and thereis no sign of swelling.


Upper Extremities

Warm and has good skin turgor, smooth texture, and non-tender.