Mental Status Appearance and Behavior
Level of Consciousness Posture and Motor Behavior Dress, Grooming, and Personal Hygiene Facial Expression
Manner, Affect, and Relationship to Persons and Things Speech and Language Quantity Rate
Articulation of Words Fluency
Thought and Perceptions Thought Processes Thought Content Perceptions Insight and Judgment Insight Judgment Cognitive Functions Orientation Attention
Digit Span Serial 7s
Spelling Backward Remote Memory Recent Memory New Learning Ability Higher Cognitive Functions
Information and Vocabulary Calculating Ability Abstract Thinking Proverbs Similarities
^S Constructional Ability
O The Cranial Nerves
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