A HEENT examination is a portion of a physical examination that principally concerns the head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat.
- Tests specific to HEENT examination
A neurological examination is usually considered separate from the HEENT evaluation, although there can be some overlap in some cases.
|Head||"NC/AT" or "Normocephalic, atraumatic"|
|Eyes||ophthalmoscope||"EOM intact, PERRLA, anicteric, no injection, fundus WNL (within normal limits), no papilledema"|
|Ears||otoscope||"TM intact, noninflamed"|
|Throat||otoscope||"Oropharynx WNL" or "no erythema or exudate"|
|Mouth||otoscope||"Moist mucous membranes, no thrush, no vesicles, no lesions, good dentition"|
|Neck||"No LAD, thyroid WNL, neck supple" (JVD and bruit may be reported here or in CV)|
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