Major information needed to differentiate possible important diagnosis were reported
Important information for clinical decisions was not reported
Useless information collected which could either confuse the patient or the practitioner was reported
Appropriate examinations were used in light of the medical history which brings to a reasonable clinical decision were reported
Clinical examination which could have helped for clinical decisions was not reported
An unnecessary clinical exam was reported which could either confuse the patient or the practitioner
Investigations were done appropriately in light of the results of medical history and clinical examination and seemed essential for clinical decision.
Results of accessible complementary examination which could have been useful was not reported
Clinically unjustified laboratory tests were done
Decision to refer or not to refer was taken appropriately
Patient should be referred for additional care but wasn't
Patient was referred without it been necessary
Adequate treatment was proposed having taken into consideration the diagnosis and eventual counter-indications.
Appropriate medical treatment not reported
Inappropriate treatment or incompatible treatment with clinical information was reported