yearly checkup

yearly checkup

Medical practice An annual evaluation of a person's health status, which includes a physical exam, and routine screening tests to insure continued health, or identify early, and often treatable stages of a disease. See Private physician.
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CancerSEEK is designed to be administered to healthy adults during routine medical care, such as a yearly checkup, alongside existing cancer screening tools.
Talk to your ophthalmologist about best practices to protect your eyes, and get a yearly checkup to catch any changes early.
It was the boys' yearly checkup, in 2002, and they sat expectantly in their Hot Wheels underwear as their doctor walked in.
I do yearly checkup so before my engine knock, I go arrest the wahala.
Despite how much we hate them, blood tests are routine when getting a yearly checkup. The (https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/bdt/types) National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute says the most common blood test that most of us have received is the Complete Blood Count, which helps detect disorders like anemia, clotting issues and blood cancers.
It starts with exercise and a yearly checkup at the vet, but there are other, more frequent hygienic tasks that require diligence.
Ross recently went for her yearly checkup and got the all clear.
However, if you notice any problems such as impaired vision, she suggests you seek attention promptly and not wait for your yearly checkup.
Heart rates within the normal range (60 to 100 beats per minute) are often shrugged off during a normal yearly checkup. In addition, high heart rates within the normal range do not always raise concern, because some patients with high heart rates have confounding factors such as being unfit or overweight.
An astute business owner should obtain a current value analysis as part of a yearly checkup. How does the valuation compare to prior years?
A yearly checkup is always a good idea anyway, so discuss this issue then.