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Abstract

Het algemeen onderzoek is een voornamelijk visueel en manueel onderzoek dat erop gericht is (in betrekkelijk korte tijd) informatie te verzamelen die het mogelijk maakt om – in samenhang met het signalement en de bevindingen bij anamnese en algemene indruk – de probleemformulering toe te spitsen en de inhoud van het verdere onderzoek vast te stellen.

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  • A. Rijnberk
  • A.A Stokhof

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