Initial Post Report to the virtual clinic and select ONE of the occupied exam ro

Initial Post
Report to the virtual clinic and select ONE of the occupied exam rooms. Build on the reported case. After the first initial post, review information already shared by your peers to continue building on the identified patient case. Identify one additional unique health history or subjective symptom as well as one objective exam finding.
Virtual Clinic Exam Rooms choice one
Room 2: 15yo Rex Regis reports acute joint pain
Room 3: 75yo Randall Regis reports back pain
can use these as sources in addition: Readings
Required
Bickley, L. (2017). Bates’ guide to physical examination and history taking (12th ed.). New York: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. ISBN-13: 978-1469893419
Chapter 16: The Musculoskeletal System
Dains, J.E., Baumann, L.C., & Scheibel, P. (2020). Advanced health assessment and clinical diagnosis in primary care (6th ed.). Boston: Elsevier.
Chapter 22: LE Limb Pain
Chapter 23: UE Limb Pain
Chapter 24: Low Back Pain (acute)
Example Posts
Initial Post:
Room 1: 72yo Ralph Regis reports intermittent abdominal pain
Student 1:
HPI: 72yo Ralph Regis reports intermittent abdominal pain localized to the LLQ
PE: T-99.8; BP 148/86, P-84, R-16
Student 2:
HPI: 72yo Ralph Regis reports intermittent aching abdominal pain rated 5/10 localized to the LLQ
PE: T-99.8; BP 148/86, P-84, R-16
ABD: Bowel sounds active
Student 3:
HPI: 72yo Ralph Regis reports aching intermittent abdominal pain rated 5/10 localized to the LLQ. Pain started three days ago after eating popcorn.
PE: T-99.8; BP 148/86, P-84, R-16
ABD: Bowel sounds active; abdomen soft with tenderness to palpation in LLQ
Student 4:
HPI: 72yo Ralph Regis reports aching intermittent abdominal pain rated 5/10 localized to the LLQ. . Pain started three days ago after eating popcorn. Last BM two days ago.
PE: T-99.8; BP 148/86, P-84, R-16
ABD: Bowel sounds active; abdomen soft with tenderness to palpation in LLQ; LLQ dull to percussion
Your initial post should include evidence of review of the course material, websites, and literature through proper citations using APA format.
Provide scholarly support to discuss the physical assessment technique used to identify the objective finding. Compare and contrast characteristics of normal and abnormal findings. (See Response Post Instructions and Example before beginning the Discussion.)