body chart

body chart,

n method used by a practitioner to record symptoms experienced by the patient and the affected regions.
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See the body chart in "Facing a Hard Fact: Our Dogs Are Fat," DogWatch, April 2014.
1) During his lifelong studies on hysteria, Charcot conducted a thorough examination with each patient, managing to plot the distribution of these hysterogenic points on a body chart.
Even with the body chart fully expanded in the window the definition and resolution is not clear.
Chapter 14, "Introduction to Medicine," provides us with some Latin and Greek word roots used mostly in medical terminology and includes positional and anatomical definitions using a human body chart.
Pathologist Dr Brian Rogers used body charts to detail the injuries, some of which were defence wounds as Mr Mason tried to protect himself.
Your Physical Body charts the development of the human body from the cradle to the grave.
life 67800 David McLachlan, prosecuting, said when the woman was taken to the Royal Liverpool Hospital she had so many injuries it took the doctor more than four hours and eight body charts to record them.