# Quiz Six (Hpi Elements)

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Please identify the correct HPI Element (i. E. Location, Quality, Severity, Associated Symptoms, etc. )

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### "The pain started when I woke up this morning"

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Onset

• B.

Duration/Timing

• C.

• D.

Quality

• E.

Severity

• F.

Modifying Factors

• G.

Associated Symptoms

• H.

Context

A. Onset
Explanation
The answer "Onset" is correct because the statement "The pain started when I woke up this morning" indicates the beginning or start of the pain. Onset refers to the time or circumstances when a symptom or condition first appears. In this case, the pain started in the morning upon waking up.

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• 2.

### "The pain has been coming and going since yesterday"

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Onset

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Duration/Timing

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Quality

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Severity

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Modifying Factors

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Associated Symptoms

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B. Duration/Timing
Explanation
The correct answer is Duration/Timing. This answer is based on the information given in the statement "The pain has been coming and going since yesterday." This indicates that the pain has been occurring intermittently over a period of time, suggesting that the duration or timing of the pain is relevant in this case.

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• 3.

### "It feels like a 'pin prick'"

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D. Quality
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Quality". Quality refers to the characteristics or attributes of the sensation or symptom being described. In this case, the phrase "It feels like a 'pin prick'" is describing the quality of the sensation being experienced. It suggests that the sensation is similar to the feeling of being pricked by a pin.

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• 4.

### "I took some Tylenol for my fever, but it didn't seem to help"

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F. Modifying Factors
Explanation
The statement "I took some Tylenol for my fever, but it didn't seem to help" suggests that the person tried using Tylenol as a modifying factor to alleviate their fever, but it did not have the desired effect. This indicates that the effectiveness of Tylenol as a modifying factor for the fever was not observed or experienced by the person.

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• 5.

### "I mostly feel the pressure behind my eyes"

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Onset

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Duration/Timing

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Quality

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Context

Explanation
The given statement suggests that the person mostly feels pressure behind their eyes. This indicates that the location of the sensation is behind the eyes. Radiation refers to whether the sensation spreads or radiates to other areas of the body. However, the statement does not provide any information about radiation, so it cannot be determined. Therefore, the correct answer is Location/Radiation.

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• 6.

### "I have also had some nausea and vomiting, but no diarrhea"

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G. Associated Symptoms
Explanation
The given statement indicates that the person is experiencing nausea and vomiting, but not diarrhea. These symptoms are associated with the person's condition or illness. This information helps to understand the overall picture of the person's health and can aid in determining the possible cause or diagnosis.

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• 7.

### "I would says the pain is an 8/10 pain right now."

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E. Severity
Explanation
The given statement indicates that the person is describing the intensity or severity of their pain, rating it as an 8 out of 10. Severity refers to the degree or intensity of a symptom or condition, in this case, pain. The person's statement provides information about the severity of their pain at the present moment.

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• 8.

### "I was walking on the sidewalk when I stepped off the curb and my foot turned inward. I then fell down and landed on my ankle."

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Onset

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H. Context
Explanation
The context refers to the circumstances or environment in which an event or symptom occurs. In this case, the context is important because it provides information about what happened before the person fell down and landed on their ankle. The fact that they were walking on the sidewalk, stepped off the curb, and their foot turned inward gives us a clear picture of the situation and helps us understand how the injury occurred.

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• 9.

### "The pain is worse if I eat or drink anything."

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Onset

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Duration/Timing

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F. Modifying Factors
Explanation
The statement suggests that the pain worsens when the person eats or drinks something. This indicates that the pain is affected or modified by the person's eating or drinking habits. The modifying factor in this case is the consumption of food or beverages.

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• 10.

### "The pain starts in my chest and moves to my neck."

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Onset

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Duration/Timing

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Explanation
The given statement describes the location and radiation of the pain. It starts in the chest and moves to the neck. This information is important for diagnosing the cause of the pain as it helps determine if the pain is localized or if it is radiating from another area.

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### "I've also had some shortness of breath, nausea, and sweating in addition to my pain."

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Onset

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Duration/Timing

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G. Associated Symptoms
Explanation
The statement mentions that the person has experienced shortness of breath, nausea, and sweating in addition to their pain. These symptoms are considered associated symptoms because they are occurring alongside the pain and may provide additional information about the underlying cause or condition.

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