palpability


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the quality or condition of being discernible by touch

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Factors affecting the palpability of breast lesion by self-examination.
Mana in Christian Fiji: The Interconversion of Intelligibility and Palpability.
Previously, patients with this rare problem had to have their breast implant relocated within the same breast, which created a higher risk of wrinkling, rippling, palpability and implant migration, especially in thin patients.
13] One needs to be aware of the effects of palpability and patient age, FNAC, mammography to differentiation "malignant" vs.
This function, by promoting the palpability of signs.
It is easy to befriend and root for Cassie, even with the palpability of her doom in the offing.
The maps of the Alice and Oz books can diagnose the structure of their world and orient us, but they are ultimately more for the convenience of the teller than to reaffirm some deep subcreative palpability on the part of the tale.
Age at orchiopexy and testis palpability predict germ and Leydig cell loss: Clinical predictors of adverse histological features of cryptorchidism.
It has a patented smoking process, which gives their pork hide chews high palpability, the buyer said.
6) In addition to advanced stage, it has also been suggested that tumor palpability and the presence of synaptophysin may indicate a worse prognosis.
The palpability of their images is strikingly unlike any imagined "phantom": the flower garden that the Fugitive plants to woo Faustine is demolished when Morel steps through it: the image, more palpable than actuality, obliterates the real.
It seems as though historians have equated the palpability of Turner's ideas, which appealed to America's sense of exceptionalism, with authority.
5 cm in size with a history of rapid lateral spread, and it is marked by a confluent scaly surface with some palpability.
Minor risk factors include pigmentation changes, palpability, pain, pruritus, and hyperkeratosis.
5) Additionally, the political palpability of a smaller regulatory introduction makes the case for governmental expansion, albeit small, an easier sell to the American people.