A well-presented chronology highlights important issues and even many facts that might have evaded notice. Maybe it's how you write a medical summary too.
Or the case could be transferred to a different attorney who will wonder who "I" or "the writer" are. This is another change from how I used to write summaries previously. If you plan on using the abbreviated medical term later in the summary, write the abbreviation within parentheses after the term.
Check out the Archives. If the allegations involve a medical condition that I'm unfamiliar with, I research the condition on the internet. However, using the technique outlined above allows me to write them in much less time. Condition referenced summaries display a deep reference view of medical conditions.
Most people, including attorneys and jury members, find it helpful when non-metric equivalents are provided for size, speed, volume or weight when those are presented in metric measurements. This would include height, weight, clothing, hygiene, grooming, assistive devices if any, speech problems, unusual movements, demeanor, etc.