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palpate

Zoology of, relating to, or possessing a palp or palps
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This literature review which follows one woman's personal narrative, explores the notion of women's experience in an attempt to unveil the moment of palpation for her, to reveal her as far more than inscription, code, or abbreviation.
Over the intense two-week course they were to practice palpation under the watchful gaze of two experienced midwifery lecturers.
Search terms included "motion palpation," "spine," and "sacroiliac." A secondary search was conducted using the references cited in the first group of papers retrieved.
We also took advantage of the narrative review fromat, because our goal was to provide the chiropractic clinicians and educators easy access to virtually all the published literature on the reliability of motion palpation, with the stipulation that some of this literature is marked with obvious flaws (some of which we point out).
It covers bony landmarks that are palpable through manual palpation and through virtual palpation (the use of 3D models generated from medical imaging).
Pregnancy was determined based upon sustained P4 concentrations (P4>1 ng/ml) on d 19 and 22, because concentrations of P4 equal or exceeding 1 ng/ml were considered indicative of a functional CL and reconfirmed by transrectal palpation of the uterus on d 40.
Categorical data including pregnancy rates depending on P4 levels and rectal palpation and pregnancy loss were analyzed using chi-square test.
Key words: Alces alces, calf mortality, chemical immobilization, fetal loss, moose, rectal palpation
Chemical immobilization is previously suggested to have negative immediate and long-term impact on fetal and/or early calf survival in moose (e.g., Larsen and Gauthier 1989), and similarly, different handling procedures, such as rectal palpation for pregnancy determination, can potentially affect the reproductive outcome (Franco et al.
Reichert, a massage therapist and physical therapist in Germany, offers a guide that contains palpation techniques and color photos and drawings of in vivo anatomy to help students and practitioners of physical therapy or osteopathy identify and distinguish between various body structures and apply information to clinical examination.