Temples fallen in
High fever red face
Cold and Drawn in Ears, with distorted lobes
Skin on face is hard, stretched and dry
Pale or dusky face
Several clinically recognizable features.
Signs (observed by a physician)
Symptoms (reported by the patient)
Phenomena or characteristics that occur together.
Look for signs of distress or disease.
Manner of sitting
Size of cellphone.
Degree of relaxation.
Relationship of others within the room.
The alacrity with which you are met.
The moistness of the palm when you shake hands.
The gait as the patient walks back to the room.
How much money they have.
Whether they like the office.
The eyes, their lustre, and their expression of emotion.
The physical examination.
Skipping rope test.
General appearance, Personal hygiene and manner of dress
Ability to pay.
Position of the patient
Habitus (Body build)
How they pay - cheque, cash or credit card.
Whether they like matte or glossy photos.
Type of nervous activity