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The ALJ found that our client’s allegations were not entirely consistent with the evidence. Specifically, the ALJ noted that she had intact visual fields, normal motor strength and gait, and normal respiratory functioning and range of motion, among other normal physical findings. (R. 28.) These findings might have been relevant if our client had alleged vision, respiratory, or orthopedic problems, but were irrelevant to her actual impairments.