ballotable

ballotable

adjectice Physical exam Referring to an intraabdominal mass which is palpable and which can be “bounced” back and forth
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People need to understand what's ballotable and what's not," he told the Tribune.
Grade A is smooth, intact cartilage that is soft and ballotable, and the classification system continues to grade F, which describes a displaced lesion.
The physical exam will demonstrate a fluctuant ballotable mass over the posterior elbow which is likely tender to palpation.
Her left knee is painful, and it is warmer and more swollen than are her other involved joints, with a ballotable patella.
Wilms' tumour is a flank mass and is usually ballotable on bi-manual palpation.