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the act of examining carefully

a close or systematic study

a medical inquiry into a patient's state of health

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a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

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a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)

the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned

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Goodson sought to learn how many breast cancers would be missed if the clinical breast examination were simplified to consist solely of palpation of the entire breast area in a supine patient.
The consistent findings are that the MammaCare(R) method produces more thorough and effective manual breast examinations.
Everything we have accomplished at the Breast Examination Center of Harlem has been a prologue leading us to this natural next step.
Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, a global catalyst in the fight against breast cancer, today re-affirmed its three-step approach to breast health, which includes monthly breast self-examination (BSE), regular clinical breast examinations and mammograms beginning at age 40.
The percentages of patients who returned for follow-up clinical breast examinations also increased in two out of three clinics, from 29% and 38% at baseline in the first two clinics, to 46% and 77% after the redesign of operations.
Other American Cancer Society breast cancer screening guidelines: -- Women 40 and older should also have a clinical breast examination by a health care professional every year.
President of Mammatech, said "the company is developing computer assisted tactile trainer that will help produce and verify high levels of clinical breast examination (CBE) skill.
a leading expert in the field of manual breast examination says an average-size lump found by a woman practicing regular BSE is approximately the size of a quarter (0.
Previous studies have compared outcomes with mammography versus no mammography, but this is the first study to investigate whether mammography conveys an additional benefit when used with a clinical breast examination, Dr.
People from the age of 18-40 should do a monthly self breast examination and a clinical examination every three years," she said.
In Pakistan, having breast cancer, no matter what stage or severity, carries a stigma attached to it, furthermore due to lack of awareness many women deny their condition and refuse to go for any kind of breast examination, said the experts in the report.
She had not had a breast examination before and did not think too much about it but a week later returned and he again said he would examine her breasts, alleged Mr Treble.
In 2014, we launched our new ultrasound machine which will be able to serve women who need further examination after (receiving) their mammograms and also those women who need it after visiting our clinical breast examination clinics.
In the MTE breast examination method, self-adhesive orientation stripes with tactile orientation points are attached to the patient's breast in various positions, and the breast is divided into zones that allow the examiners to define the precise square centimetre where an abnormality is found.