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问病史
Asking a patient about his illness

Any vomiting?
Are you feeling all right?
Are you feeling well?
Are you feeling nausea?

Have you had this experience before?
Have you got any chronic diseases in the past?
Have you got any feeling of nausea?
Have you lost weight recently?
Have you taken anything for it?
Are your bowels acting properly?
Are your bowels regular?

Did you have pains here before?
Do you cough?
Do you feel short of breath sometimes?
Do you feel short-winded?
Do you feel tired?
Do you have any appetite?
Do you have difficulty breathing?
Does it hurt?

How about your appetite?
How bad is it?
How far pregnant are you?
How long has it been this way?
How long has this been going on?
How long have you been ill?
How long have you been like this?
How long have you had it?
How long have you had this trouble?

How are you feeling now?
How is your rheumatism?
How is your sleep?

Is the cut still painful?
Since when have you been feeling like this?

What did you eat yesterday?
What sort of pain do you get there?
What’s wrong with your ear?
What’s your appetite like?
What do you complain of?
What’s your complaint?
What hurts you?
What’s the trouble?
What’s troubling you?
What’s your trouble?
What’s the matter with you?
What’s wrong with you?
What’s bothering you?
What seems to be bothering you?

What seems to be the matter?
What seems to be the problem?
What seems to be the trouble?
When did the pain start?
When did you begin feeling unwell?
Which tooth is troubling you?
Why is that?
Your case record, please.
You’re suffering from an allergy?


体检Examining a patient

A blood test is necessary.
Any pain here?
Breathe deeper, please.
Cough. Now again.
Do you have any pain here?
Does it hurt here?
Does it hurt when I press here?
Does it hurt when I touch it here?
Go and have your chest X-rayed.
How does it feel?
I think we’d better give you a few tests.
I’ll have your temperature taken.
I’m going to take a throat culture so we’ll know for sure.

Let me check your lungs and heart.
Let me examine your stomach.
Let me feel you pulse.
Let me listen to your heart and lungs.
Let me sound your lungs.
Let me take your blood pressure.

May I take your blood pressure?’
Lie down on the couch there. Let me examine your belly.
Now breathe in. A deep breath.
Now let me just see.
Now slip off your coat and shirt, please.
Open your mouth and say “Ah”.
Open your mouth please, and show me your tongue.
Please go and take a stool test.
Put this thermometer under your tongue.
Roll your sleeves up.
Show me where it hurts.
Slip your shoes off and hop up on the bed.

Strip to your waist, please.
Take a breath, please.
Take your blood count first, please.
The gums are swollen.
There’s some respiratory murmur in your heart.
Unbutton your shirt and let me listen to your lungs.
Well, I’d better take your blood pressure.
Well, let’s see.
Well, let’s take an X-ray of your chest.
You must have an electrocardiograph examination.
Your blood pressure is normal.
Your pulse is a bit fast.
Your tongue’s rather coated.
Your tongue’s thickly furred.
You’re to have a blood test.
You’ve got a faint murmur of the heart.


诊断和治疗Diagnosing and treating

A slight infection.
An operation is needed to remove your tonsils.
By the look of it, it should be a rash.
By the sound of it, it’s bronchitis.

I don’t think it’s anything serious.
I should say you’ve caught cold.
I should think you’ve got the flu.
I think you need a shot to deaden the pain first.
If your recovery goes on like this, you can leave in three days.
I’ll give you an injection first.
I’ll give you a shot, I’m afraid.
I’m afraid an urgent operation is necessary.
I’m afraid you’ll have to be operated on for appendicitis.

It could be a case of TB.
It looks as if it’s scarlet fever.
It looks like measles.
It sounds as if you’ve caught cold.
It sounds like bronchitis.
It’s an acute case.
It’s inflammation of the skin.
It’s not so serious as it seems.
It’s nothing but a little infection in the finger tip.
It’s nothing serious, but you’d better stay in bed.

Let me give you a needle to numb the tooth.
Nothing serious.
The tooth will have to be taken out.
The X-ray shows a fractured ankle.
There’s a bad virus going around here and that’s probably what it is.
There’s a marked improvement in your condition.
There’s nothing to be alarmed about.
The infection may lead to respiratory complications.
Well, it could be a simple sprain. But I think to be on the safe side, we ought to have it X-rayed.

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