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Summary: Oral surgery - Preoperative Health Status Evaluation

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Taking medical history, physical examination and laboratory evaluation is a must before going on through a procedure to be aware of the patient’s physical and health status. These examinations are also taken to know if the patient is safe for the needed procedure and if there are presence of medical problems that will affect the procedure that was planned by the clinician.

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