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Police are considering a legal amendment which would oblige drivers over 70 years of age to undergo an annual general medical examination, both mental and physical.
Taep THE licensing applicant must ensure that all players in the first-team squad undergo an annual general medical examination.
More than 50% of primary care physicians commonly order a complete blood cell count for a general medical examination, making the lab test the most common example of poor stewardship of medical resources in primary care, according to a study in Archives of Internal Medicine.
ZACS will initially be targeted toward primary care physicians who could use it as part of general medical examinations that, according to the National Center for Health Statistics, totaled 63 million in 2000 for the US alone.
VITAL SIGNS Top 10 Reasons for Office Visits Number of Visits (in millions) Principal Reason for Visit (*) General medical examination 46.
Among the services available are general medical examinations, women's health care, optometry, individual counseling, anonymous HIV testing and special teen-pregnancy prevention programs.
As can be observed in Table 1, TRC counselors in our study selected the following actions more frequently than undergraduate students: 1) the general medical examination (94.
According to Kuiper, performing otoscopy is a standard procedure during a general medical examination, particularly for children.