The History Taking and Clinical Examination Pattern at a Glance depicts a ready-reference about history taking and clinical examination for all clinical subjects being taught during undergraduate study in most of the medical colleges. History taking and clinical examination in the field of medicine, urinary system, psychiatry, cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal and urinary system, nervous system, pediatrics, gynecology and obstetrics, orthopedics, ear, nose and throat, dental field are briefly discussed. Student should identify the patient’s problems or the issues to be addressed with appropriate opening question and listen attentively to the patient without interrupting. The information gathering may in fact start with the immediate introduction of doctor and patient and sometimes by reading any referral note or report or prescription presented by the patient or family to doctor. This book also discusses about recording and presenting clinical notes during medical examination or practice.