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case history

Translation of case history in Spanish:

noun

  • (Medicine)
    historial (masculine) clínico or médico
    (in social work)
    evolución (feminine) de un caso social
    Example sentences
    • The chiropractor should first take a complete case history, including past medical history and any lifestyle factors (such as type of work or exercise) that might be affecting the patient's problem.
    • A higher proportion of consultants now thought that including a summary of the case history in the consultant's letter was important.
    • His duties included acquiring gross pathologic specimens to document medical conditions suffered by American soldiers along with the case history.

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