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palpate

Zoology of, relating to, or possessing a palp or palps
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In fact, the current findings demonstrated that the respondents who conducted palpations were more likely to have known a person with a history of oral cancer and had previously detected a cancerous lesion.
Palpation of the head and neck lymph nodes and oral mucosa is integral to a comprehensive oral cancer examination.
The inclusion of palpation during the OCE was reported by most participants.
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.
The midwifery lecturers demonstrated palpation with respect and professional competence, and would invite the nurses to do likewise.
Search terms included "motion palpation," "spine," and "sacroiliac.
In short, we have attempted to strengthen our annotated narrative review of motion palpation studies with an infusion of systematic review methods, hoping to capitalize on the benefits of each approach.
It covers bony landmarks that are palpable through manual palpation and through virtual palpation (the use of 3D models generated from medical imaging).
This was particularly apparent for the 4 individual cows palpated in January, as all lost their fetus, whereas only 5 of 19 palpations (26%) from 16 cows immobilized in February and March were associated with fetal/calf loss ([chi square] = 4.
The presence of a palpation effect may have been influenced by increased stress involved with the weighing process to obtain body mass, but nearly all cows were weighed after immobilization, so we were unable to determine the separate effect of this procedure.
Palpation techniques; surface anatomy for physical therapists.