medical record n.
A chronological written account of a patient's examination and treatment that includes the patient's medical history and complaints, the physician's physical findings, the results of diagnostic tests and procedures, and medications and therapeutic procedures.
The civilian official in the discharge office glanced at my medical record and pulled out an article about the Ganjigal fight.
The medical record, from an Ebola case, made for grim reading, but Dr. Ian Crozier could not put it down.
A recent entry on the medical record states: "Patient in excellent physical and mental condition."
You have Docchi's medical record, but you probably don't know his complete history.
I insert the case as it was published in No. 216 of the “medical record.”
The medical record shows that out of one hundred cases like yours, one per cent invariably recovers.
The editor of the medical record was requested by the Council to publish the facts in the case but he refused to do so.
He is the editor of the medical record, one of the most important medical journals published in America.
The medical record and other medical journals have fully discussed and insisted upon that point for a considerable time.
The cases distinguished by an asterisk were published in No. 216 of the “medical record.”