A comprehensive physical examination reveals a pleasant, elderly female in no apparent distress. She has a blood pressure of 150/70 with a heart rate of 76. Weight is 131 pounds, and she is 5 foot 4 inches. Head and neck reveal JBP less than 5 cm. Normal carotid volume and upstroke without bruit. Chest examination shows clear to auscultation with no rales, crackles, crepitations, or wheezing. The complete cardiovascular single system examination was documented and revealed a normal PMI without RV lift. Normal S1 and S2 with an S3, without murmur, are noted. The medical decision making complexity is high based on the various diagnosis options. Assign codes for the physician services.