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PATIENT NAME: Adam Carl

DOB: 04/22/2018

SUBJECTIVE
Suture removal. Patient returns for removal of stitches about 7 days ago.

OBJECTIVE
Wound at lateral aspect of the left eye looks well healed. The 5-0 nylon
sutures were removed without difficulty.

ASSESSMENT
Laceration, healed.

PLAN
I advised him to use vitamin E for scar prophylaxis.

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Jason Karns, MD
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PATIENT NAME: Edward Reiss

DOB: 07/05/2018

SUBJECTIVE
Patient came in for suture removal from a left knee wound. He is doing well.

OBJECTIVE
Wound appears dry and clean; there are no signs of infection.

ASSESSMENT
Suture removal.

PLAN
All 5 sutures were removed. Bandage was applied.

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Jason Karns, MD
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PATIENT NAME: Jason R. Jones

DOB: 03/02/2018

SUBJECTIVE
Michael came in today for a 15-month examination. Mother has no
complaints. He is feed himself and putting 2 words together when talking.
For motor and growth development, he is actually in the 22-month
development. Most recent hemoglobin was 12.3. He is above the 95th
percentile for height; 95th percentile for weight.

OBJECTIVE
Head is normal. Ears are clear. Eyes are clear. Eyes are clear. Pupils are
equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation. Throat is clear. Nose
is clear. Neck has good range of motion without nodes. Lungs are clear.
Heart has regular rate and rhythm. Abdomen is soft without masses.
Testicles are descended. Back is straight. He is walking well. He has good
muscle tone. See developmental forms in chart.

ASSESSMENT
Normal well-baby examination.

PLAN
Continue present diet and advance as tolerated. Immunizations were given,
see form. Recheck in 3 months, sooner if needed.

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Jason Karns, MD
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