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Annual Exam

An annual exam is a yearly physical examination that can be used to detect emerging health issues in your employees. A standard physical exam typically includes an overview of the patient’s medical history as well as an inspection of vital signs, vision acuity, a head, eyes, ears, nose and throat examination, a gastrointestinal examination, a cardiovascular examination, a respiratory assessment, a musculoskeletal assessment, a neurological examination and a skin and lymph node check. 

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