The White House doctor will provide details of President Trump's first presidential medical exam in a press conference Tuesday.

The physician, Dr. Ronny Jackson, will "release a statement after the exam and then will join me in the briefing room next Tuesday to give a detailed readout and answer a few questions," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Thursday.

Sanders added that Jackson would conduct the exam Friday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md.

"He'll put out a brief statement but will take the weekend to compile the rest of the results, lab results, things like that," Sanders said.

Jackson was appointed to his role by former President Barack Obama in 2013.

A routine medical exam such as the one Trump is facing tends to focus more on a general assessment of a person's physical well-being. Assessments of memory, function, depression, and anxiety are typically conducted for people over age 65, using a questionnaire by a primary care provider, however.

It is not clear whether these assessments will be included for Trump, who is 71, and if they are, whether they will be made public. As with previous administrations, a president must consent to which medical information is made public. Past presidents have chosen to omit some information, whether about the physical itself or about past medical history.

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