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Anath G'Renn

MEDICAL RECORD
  • Height: 175 cm (5'9")
  • Weight: 64 kilos (141 lbs)
  • Blood Type: O-
  • T/E Rating: T3 (Limited by hybrid physiology)

PAST MEDICAL HISTORY

  • Chronic Illnesses: None
  • Medications: None
  • Allergies and Reactions: No known allergies
  • Sexual/Reproductive History: Male Vulcan partner

PAST HOSPITALIZATIONS/SERIOUS ILLNESS

  • 239410.04: Unidentified Telepathic Virus
  • 239608.25: Disruption Damage to Liver from Phaser Wound

PAST SURGICAL HISTORY

  • 239608.25: Surgery to repair damage to liver. Performed by Doctor Zecix and Doctor Andrew Giles aboard the USS Columbia

PSYCHIATRIC HISTORY

  • Frequent lack of emotional control.

SUBSTANCE USE HISTORY

  • Alcohol: None, subject has low tolerance for alcohol.
  • Recreation Drugs: None
  • Other: None

FAMILY MEDICAL HISTORY

  • Parent 1 (Mother): No history of medical predisposition
  • Parent 2 (Father): History of mental illness
  • Siblings: No history of medical predisposition

SOCIAL HISTORY

  • Marital status: Married - Savok
  • Children: No children
  • Occupation/Assignment: Chief Medical Officer
  • Diet: Vegetarian
  • Exercise: Klingon Mok'bara practice, 3 or more times a week

PHYSICIANS' NOTES

  • SD 239403.01 - Medical Officer: Lt. Graeme Cook, USS Blackwell
  • Medical Assessment: Ensign G'Renn is in perfect health and has passed the standard examination. She is fit for duty and can begin work in sickbay immediately.

COUNSELORS' NOTES

  • SD 239211.06 - Counselor: Lt. Miranda Smith, Starfleet Academy
  • Counseling Assessment: Cadet G'Renn has voiced concerns that she lacks the proper self-discipline and Vulcan mental control to succeed in Starfleet. While many of her issues have resulted in conflict with other students and teachers, weekly counseling sessions may yield improvement in Cadet G'Renn's self-discipline and ability to effectively cope with her emotions.




REV SD 239806.16