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Bilateral auscultation of chest and palpation of symmetrical chest movements
Palpation Techniques: Surface Anatomy for Physical Therapists, Second Edition
At high cuff pressures, digital balloon palpation underestimated the cuff pressures.
This reversal of the usual order was done to prevent biased clinical palpation related to history and gestational age.
The authors routinely use longer cannulae (51 mm, 20-gauge Surflo, Terumo, Tokyo, Japan) for this reason, as we have observed that the average insertion distance until flashback tends to be longer than that seen when a palpation technique is used.
On physical exam she was moderately tender to palpation in the right lower quadrant.
The researchers acknowledged that the pre-study training and standardizing of the palpation could affect the results in a positive way, but contended that based on results trigger point palpation is a reliable tool in the diagnosis of myofascial pain in patients with non-traumatic shoulder pain.
This literature review which follows one woman's personal narrative, explores the notion of women's experience in an attempt to unveil the moment of palpation for her, to reveal her as far more than inscription, code, or abbreviation.
Fully 90% of the cancers detected by palpation were detected by the patient herself, although "it's unclear if the patients .
Giant rectosig-moid lithobezoar in a child:four significant clues obtained from history, abdominal palpation, rectal examination and plain abdominal X-ray.
Based on technology invented at Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN), MR-Touch extends the principles of physical palpation with a precise, non-invasive, cost- effective way to visually evaluate tissue stiffness in patients at risk for developing liver disease.
The muscle and bone palpation manual with trigger points, referral patterns, and stretching.