ballottable

bal·lot·ta·ble

(bal-ot'ă-bĕl),
Capable of exhibiting the phenomenon of ballottement.

ballottable

[bəlot′əbəl]
Etymology: Fr, balloter, a shaking about
pertaining to a use of palpation to detect movement of objects suspended in fluid, such as a fetus in amniotic fluid, or the patella bumping against the femur. See also ballottement.

ballottable

(bă-lŏt′ă-bl)
Capable of identification by ballottement.
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4) if the presenting part was not ballottable in the uterus.
4) if the presenting part was not ballottable, after adjusting for gestational age.
1) Fetal parts not ballottable in the 75 uterine fundus, n ([dagger]) Presenting part not ballottable 66 suprapubically, n Impression of fetal compaction, n 13 Fetal parts easy to feel, n 41 SD = standard deviation.