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palpate

 [pal´pāt]
to perform palpation.

pal·pate

(pal'pāt),
To examine by feeling and pressing with the palms of the hands and the fingers.

palpate 1

(păl′pāt′)
tr.v. pal·pated, pal·pating, pal·pates
To examine or explore by touching (an organ or area of the body), usually as a diagnostic aid.

pal·pa′tion n.
pal′pa′tor n.
pal′pa·tor′y (-pə-tôr′ē) adj.

palpate 2

(păl′pāt′)
adj.
Having a palp or palps.

pal·pate

(pal'pāt)
To examine by feeling and pressing with the palms of the hands and the fingers.

Palpate

To examine the body by touching or pressing with the fingers or the palm of the hand.

pal·pate

(pal'pāt)
To examine by feeling and pressing with palms of hands and fingers.

palpate (pal´pāt),

v to examine the soft tissues with the fingers or hands.

palpate

to perform palpation.
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No mass was clinically palpated with the patient in either the erect or supine position.
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Next, the Nervus ulnaris is palpated in its groove and also more distally in the forearm and more proximally on the distal end of the upper arm.
Cows that were rectally palpated for pregnancy determination had a higher fetal and calf loss than those that were not rectally palpated.
However, within seconds, unnamed hospital personnel palpated a carotid pulse and a cardiac monitor showed a viable rhythm.
His theater, as was the intent of the stage pieces of his predecessors, must be felt, heard, and palpated to be fully realized.
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Well, the vet palpated the cow from the inside and said the calf was still underdeveloped and would not be born for several days.
It's extremely difficult to teach blind procedures, where neither student nor instructor can see what's being palpated inside the animal's body.
Or looking an expectant client straight in the eye and telling them you have just palpated a large tumour in their pet's abdomen.
Clinical symptoms mainly include the appearance of inguinal swelling and erythema described as a tender, firm mass palpated in the groin region.