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Parts of the Body Technique Use Assessment Normal Findings Totality

A. HEAD

• Generally round, with prominences in the Normal


1. Skull Inspection and Round head frontal and occipital area. (Normocephalic).
Palpitation (normocephalic) • No tenderness noted upon palpation.

No tenderness upon
palpitation

*whitish in color · Lighter in color than the complexion.


2. Scalp Inspection and *moist · Can be moist or oily. Normal
Palpitation *no scars seen · No scars noted.
*free from lice, nits or · Free from lice, nits and dandruff.
even dandruff · No lesions should be noted.
*no tenderness and masses · No tenderness nor masses on palpation.
on palpitation
· Can be black, brown or burgundy depending on the
*hair is black in color race.
3. Hair Inspection and *equally distributed, · Evenly distributed covers the whole scalp (No Normal
Palpitation covers the whole scalp evidences of Alopecia)
*slightly thick · Maybe thick or thin, coarse or smooth.
*slightly dry · Neither brittle nor dry.
4. Face *oval in shape Shape maybe oval or rounded.
*with symmetrical face · Face is symmetrical. Normal
Inspection and *no involuntary muscle · No involuntary muscle movements.
Palpitation movements · Can move facial muscles at will.
*no lesion or bruises · Intact cranial nerve V and VII.
present
B. Eyes
· Symmetrical and in line with each other.
1. Eyebrows Inspection and *Symmetrical and line with · Maybe black, brown or blond depending on race. Normal
Palpitation each other · Evenly distributed.
*eyebrows are black in
color
*evenly distributed

· Evenly placed and inline with each other.


Inspection and *symmetrical · Non protruding.
2. Eyes Palpitation *no peripheral vision · Equal palpebral fissure. Normal

· Color dependent on race.


Inspection and Black in color · Evenly distributed.