HLN, CNN's sister network, is covering the George Zimmerman trial, gavel to gavel. Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012. Here is testimony from Friday:
[Updated at 5:45 p.m.]
The judge has dismissed jurors for the weekend. Testimony will resume on Monday at 9 a.m. ET.
[Updated at 5:40 p.m.]
The attorneys are at a sidebar conference
[Updated at 5:35 p.m.]
Prosecutor de la Rionda: "All you saw in your examination was two lacerations, correct?" "That's all I noted," says Folgate. She says she can't remember if she saw swelling but didn't note it.
[Updated at 5:27 p.m.]
Folgate says she wanted Zimmerman to get a consult with an ENT -- Ear, Nose, Throat Specialist. She also told him he should see a psychologist.
[Updated at 5:22 p.m.]
Defense attorney O'Mara asks, "If the complaint was that the head was hit on concrete, would you find that consistent with the injuries you see?" Folgate: "I would."
[Updated at 5:15 p.m. ET]
Injuries seen on Zimmerman's temple could be consistence with his head being hit against concrete, according to Folgate.
[Updated at 5:05 p.m. ET]
Defense attorney O'Mara shows a photo of Zimmerman with a bloody nose to Folgate, taken the night of the shooting. She says the swelling seems to be greater in the photo than when she saw him. She explains how the body deals with injury and swelling.
[Updated at 4:56 p.m. ET]
Folgate gave Zimmerman an anti-inflammatory medication for pain he was having in a joint that she says is in the center of the buttocks. She couldn't say definitively one way or another whether his nose was broken because she didn't have x-rays. But clinically speaking, she says it appeared broken.
[Updated at 4:47 p.m. ET]
Folgate says she reviewed Zimmerman's systems: No headache, change in visual acuity, slurred speech, dizziness or problems walking. "Admits to occasional nausea when thinking of the violence last night," according to the records. Denies numbness, tingling or incontinence. Zimmerman says he has nose pain but not hearing loss or ringing in the hears. Admitted having scalp lacerations and head trauma. Folgate says Zimmerman told her he was involved in an altercation and was pushed to the ground. "His head was hit into the pavement multiple times," said Folgate. He was complaining of nose pain.
[Updated at 4:41 p.m. ET
According to the form Folgate reads, "Patient is here for a return note for work. Patient was in fight on February 26, 2012. Patient was punched in nose and has two lacerations on the back of head. 911 was called and EMT said patient's nose is broken." She also testifies that a medical form from a visit in 2011 indicated Zimmerman was "involved in mixed martial arts, three days per week."
[Updated at 4:35 p.m. ET]
Folgate obtained a history from Zimmerman in 2011. Folgate reads part of the form: "Difficulty with falling and maintaining sleep. Started to exercise intensely ... but this has not helped."
[Updated at 3:54 p.m. ET]
The prosecution calls Lindzee Folgate to the witness stand. She's a physician assistant. She explains to the jury how she's different from a nurse or a doctor.