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Synonyms for palpate

to bring the hands or fingers, for example, into contact with so as to give or receive a physical sensation

Synonyms for palpate

examine (a body part) by palpation

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Several studies determined the palpated crests or imaged TL to be more caudal in females (7-9,23,26,27,41,43,44), although gender was insignificant in a pediatric population (37).
CASE] Strings not palpated in a patient with history of LEEP
No mass was clinically palpated with the patient in either the erect or supine position.
The skin of the left testicle was darker than normal and a firm mass with a size of 15x15 mm was palpated in the scrotum (Figure 1).
154) was obtained between the number of times each month the subjects palpated HR and the amount of error in their obtained result.
She reported that when she palpated higher, there appeared to be more of the same objects, but that she was unable to reach these.
The remains of a single prey item, Siren intermedia, were palpated from the snake.
4% of adults aged [greater than or equal to] 18 years had ever had an oral cancer examination in which a doctor, dentist, or other health professional pulled on their tongue or palpated their neck.
Limbs should be palpated when the animal is weight-bearing and nonweightbearing.
As little as 2 to 3 ml can be used to block each of the four nerves adjacent to their corresponding vessel, while the superficial peroneal nerve is blocked in the traditional manner using an infiltration technique with a volume determined by whether the nerve can be visualised and/or palpated.
In addition, the saddle joint must be palpated and moved with care.
Unfortunately at 9am there was excessive heat, and some soreness at the back of his off-fore knee when palpated.
Unfortunately, at 9am there was excessive heat and some soreness at the back of his off-fore knee when palpated.
She tsk-tsked quietly as she gently palpated his spine and made numerous small adjustments.