Doctors should absolutely consider environmentally induced illnesses in medical reports. Whatever is at the root of a person's illness, a doctor should take into consideration so the information can be passed on and the person can be cured of their illnesses. I do not see why this would not be passed on.
For a doctor to exclude information from a medical report, they are disservicing the patient. In the end, all information that is relevant to a person's health should be considered by a doctor to tailor the best possible solution to existing problems. Without this information, the patient and doctor are both at a severe disadvantage.
Yes, I think that doctors should consider environmentally induced illnesses in their medical reports. If something in the environment is causing an individual to become ill, then it should be dully noted in the person's records. The environment is being pulluted by various things and this in turn is causing various diseases, but not enough attention is being given to these instances.
Doctors should consider environmentally induced illnesses in medical reports. A lot of illnesses that pop up are related to where someone lives or where they have been. Many doctors are aware of this and that is why they ask most of their patients if they have been out of the country lately.
Yes, I think that doctors should consider environmentally induced illnesses in medical reports, because it can be helpful for doctors and trainers to identify systemic problems. If a lot of athletes have the same injury, new equipment can be used or the rules can be changed, so that athletes are healthier.