palpability


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the quality or condition of being discernible by touch

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Diagnostic Value of Palpation, Mammography and Ultrasonography in the Diagnosis of Fibroadenoma: Impact of Breast Density, Patient Age, Ultrasonographic Size, and Palpability. Ultraschall Med.
This variant is greater than 1.5 cm in size with a history of rapid lateral spread, and it is marked by a confluent scaly surface with some palpability. Affected areas include sun-exposed skin, mostly the face, and areas near other manifestations of photodamage.
Minor risk factors include pigmentation changes, palpability, pain, pruritus, and hyperkeratosis.
The first piece, "Prose from Autumn in Gerona," is a series of wayward reconstitutions of past moments of an affair that has recently ended; the palpability of loss haunts Bolano's consciousness so that he cannot escape the sufferings indulged by memory.
Age at orchidopexy and testis palpability predict germ cell and leydig cell loss: clinical predictors of adverse histological features of cryptorchidism.
"Baxter is a writer who plainly enjoys writing, who revels in it, which is rarer than you might think--not the enjoyment, necessarily, but the palpability of the pleasure (which works both ways).
It is also heightened by the ongoing tension of immanence or palpability and its other: disappearance, nothingness.
Andrew Lord's two recent series of plaster and beeswax sculptures are both elegant and elegiac in this respect, assertions of self achieved via an immersion in selected obscurities of our shared cultural traditions and an attendant insistence on the palpability of his own body.
Over time, the device dissolves and any visibility or palpability disappears over the course of a few weeks.
Brand writes Toronto with fierce palpability, using her poetic power to reclaim the city as a tapestry of love, heartache, and longing.
Ms London's voice has a reach-out-and-touch palpability rarely heard on recordings in any medium.
Instead, this charged, harrowing, and ultimately revelatory reflection is blessed with a "Babelian" palpability, integrity, and honesty.
"Once you start putting names and places together, the immediacy and the palpability of the issue come forward."
While this desire, designated in all its palpability as "the thing," "still had the power to flare up," Irene decides that "it would die," it would have to be "banked and smothered." She would have "only to direct and guide her man," and she puts a "plan" into place (102).
Tennyson, she argues, explored the elusive, even reversible relation between soul and body that was so important to Pater and Wilde at the fin de siecle, a proposition that involves abstract immateriality versus sensuous palpability in Tennyson's form, language, philosophy, and theology.