The clinical history elicited during the patient visit is traditionally viewed as the most important source of medical information,1,2 particularly for patients with heart failure.3 As medical students, we learned that although the patient is the source of the data, the expert clinician knows what is relevant and how best to integrate the patient’s information to determine diagnosis and prognosis.
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