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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Otherwise, the economy ends up looking like a bubble, based on mechanisms and phenomena, difficult to understand, not palpable and moreover uncontrollable, which can lead to successive crises and bankruptcy.
Physical examination before surgery was confusing because the cystic lesion was not palpable on the left side.
Physical examination found tachypnea (27 breaths/min), heart rate 76 beats/min, and blood pressure 130/80 mm Hg; cardiopulmonary examination results were unremarkable, and the liver was palpable at 3 cm under the costal margin (spleen was not palpable) with no pain at abdominal palpation.
Uterine inversion is suspected when a tumor is present in the vagina, but the uterine fundus is not palpable by pelvic examination.
In our case, the fibroadenoma was not palpable and ultrasound assessment was inconclusive.
We always see the measures' positive results, but they're not palpable. But if we hadn't taken those measures, which we started in November 2016, what would've happened?
Lymph nodes and thyroid were not palpable, jugular venous pressure was not raised; there was no pedal or sacral edema.
Liver, spleen, and kidneys not palpable. No palpable masses.
The detectability of IDAs on ultrasound was 100%, in which 59.1% were palpable lumps and 40.9% was not palpable. The palpable type showed lower echo intensity and was harder than the nonpalpable type.
Her abdomen was soft and non-tender without masses and the uterine fundus was not palpable abdominally.
The girl's lymph nodes were not palpable. Serologic examinations for Epstein-Barr virus, cytomegalovirus, rubella, parvovirus B19, and Mycoplasma were negative.