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Lumps and Ulcers
Lumps: History When first noticed? What made patient notice the lump? Symptoms of the lump? Change since first noticed? Does it ever disappear? Any other previous lumps? Does patient know the cause?
Lumps: Examination 1 Exact position Colour and texture of skin Temperature Tenderness Shape Size Surface
Lumps: Examination 2 Edge Composition Reducibility Relation to surrounding structures Regional lymph nodes Local tissues Always examine the whole patient!
Lumps: Composition 1 Consistence: Stony hard Rubbery Spongy Soft Fluctuation Fluid thrill Translucency
Lumps: Composition 2 Resonance Pulsatility Compressibility Bruits
Ulcer: History When first noticed? What made patient notice the ulcer? Symptoms of the ulcer? Change since first noticed? Any other previous ulcers? Does patient know the cause?
Ulcer: Examination 1 Position Shape (Draw) Size Colour Tenderness Temperature
Ulcer: Examination 2 Base Edge: Sloping Punched-out Undermined Rolled Everted Depth (mm and anatomically)
Ulcer: Examination 3 Discharge (?offensive) Relations Lymph nodes State of local tissues: Blood Supply Innervation Skin signs Always examine the whole patient!
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