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Is there any difference between "physical examination" and "medical checkup"?
I guess "physical examination" has more than one meanings and therefore
a bit more confusing.
What's your opinion?
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Medical checkups
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A physical examination seems to be where a thorough medical examination is done to build up a medical history of a patient.

Medical checkup seems to be an less formal examination (almost voluntary in some cases) and is not as intensive as a physical examination.
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