non-palpable

non-palpable

adjective Referring to a lesion or pathological condition that cannot be felt (palpated) or does not form a discrete mass.
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Across all patients evaluable on these measures, 100% had a greater than or equal to 50% decline in serum tryptase, 93% had a greater than or equal to 50% reduction in bone marrow mast cells, 84% had palpable spleens become non-palpable, and 88% had a greater than or equal to 50% reduction in KIT D816V mutation allele fraction.
All these possible side effects, increased number of benign testicular masses, and increase in the number of asymptomatic, non-palpable masses detected with the widespread use of testicular ultrasound have called the necessity of taking the entire testicle even in apatient with a normal contralateral testis in question (5).
Non-palpable ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) with microinvasion arising in a radial scar presenting with spiculation alone on mammograms: a case report.
The companys iBreastExam, a US FDA-cleared, hand-held device, enables health workers to identify non-palpable breast lumps in just a few minutes, without pain or radiation and at a fraction of the cost of a mammogram.
Ultrasound-guided FNAC of the liver has a significant role in diagnosis of palpable and non-palpable hepatic mass.
Complete haematological response was defined as non-palpable spleen, normalization of blood counts, absence of basophils in differential count and no immature cells on peripheral smear.
To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Waleed Pharmacy and Stores held an event recently to showcase iBreastExam - a handheld device that enables health workers to identify non-palpable breast lumps within minutes.
Since monitoring cardiovascular status and function is extremely important in these cases and may be complicated if peripheral pulses are non-palpable in any extremity, therefore right radial arterial monitoring was done in this patient as left hand was the affected one.
[9] Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) is widely accepted as a reliable technique in the initial evaluation of palpable and non-palpable (guided biopsy) breast lumps.
Lymphatics: Lymph nodes non-palpable and non-tender.
Submandibular lymph nodes were non-palpable. Panoramic radiograph revealed a multilocular radiolucent lesion extending from #33 to #43 and the locules were separated by sclerotic margins.
Associated with this, she had 10 days of fever, malaise, myalgias, non-palpable purpura on the lower limbs (Figure 1), mild dyspnea, and intermittent cough without hemoptysis.

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