not palpable

not palpable

Physical exam adjective Referring to that which cannot be touched or felt, usually in the context of bedside examination of the breast or internal organs
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Her abdomen was soft and non-tender without masses and the uterine fundus was not palpable abdominally.
Bowel sounds were present and the liver was not palpable.
Liver and spleen were not palpable, peripheral pulses were symmetric.
The pulses were not palpable and there were ecchymotic regions in the lower extremities.
In uterine torsions of greater than 1800, birth canal at parturition is tightly closed and fetus is not palpable per vaginum.
3] All but one of our patients had palpable masses, and the mass that was not palpable was benign.
Its diagnosis requires a high index of suspicion when tumour is palpable in vagina or seen out of introitus and uterine fundus is not palpable on bimanual examination, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is also helpful in the diagnosis.
That is not palpable to us and no one can force their way of thinking on us; the days of being "your father and your mother" are long gone.
Clinically it is not palpable in 80% of the cases, while in some cases, it might cause skin retraction.
Yet for all that it is seen by many Britons as an alien entity, London epitomizes the UK of 2012 more generally, for there is no part of the country where evidence of great demographic change is not palpable.
The pulsations of the left dorsal artery of the foot, posterior tibial artery, and popliteal artery were not palpable.