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Sensory Exam

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The sensory exam relies to a large extent on the ability or willingness of the patient to report what he is feeling. It can therefore often be the most difficult part of the exam to interpret with certainty. Tests should be performed in all extremities, as well as on the face and trunk, with the patient's eyes closed or covered.

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