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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Clinically, he was pale, and bilateral kidneys were ballotable and massively enlarged with an irregular surface and hard in consistency.
Examination at routine follow-up in the sleep clinic after 5 months of use revealed bilateral, ballotable, and lower eyelid edema.
There was a large mass overlying the hernia to the left of the midline and on abdominal palpation; the mass was ballotable with crepitus, was slightly tender, and had a cough impulse (Figures 1-3).
The mass in the lumbar regions were ballotable (Fig.
(7) Swelling or effusion can be appreciated if the patient's knee is thin and/or if effusion is significant in quantity; a "ballotable" patella has been described in patients with a large effusion.
"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.
Patient was admitted and on examination she was having asymmetrical mass in the right side of the abdomen which was hard, immobile and not moving with respiration but was ballotable. Ultrasound abdomen revealed right renal tumor most likely Wilms' tumor which was confirmed by CT scan abdomen, which showed huge mass compressing completely on right kidney.
The physical exam will demonstrate a fluctuant ballotable mass over the posterior elbow which is likely tender to palpation.
On clinical examination he had non ballotable lump in the right paraspinal region, measuring 15x5x5cm with ill defined margins intra muscular plane extending from the posterior subcostal margin to the iliac region with no overlying skin changes and no organomegaly.