- A palpable tumor.
- Or you want to listen to some palpable made-up scenario?
- A palpable lie. Let's hear the sentence.the feeling of anticipation to see the pope at the window of his apostolic window was palpable.
- This collagenous component gives the neoplasm a hard "scirrhous" consistency that is palpable.
- Ribs visible on shorthaired cats; no palpable fat; severe abdominal tuck; lumbar vertebrae and pelvic bones easily palpated.
- Myofascial pain syndrome is characterized by the existence of so-called trigger points namely the site of local tenderness located within a palpable taut band or nodule in the muscles in the affected area.
- Proptosis restrictive movement of the involved eye eyelid or conjunctive congestion decreased eyesight and palpable orbital masses were the main clinical findings.
- Flattery in its most palpable form had lost its force with her.
- And the atmosphere of shame is still palpable in the places where the transatlantic trade started on the african coast.
- The usual presentation is that of an asymptomatic thyroid nodule although many cases are now diagnosed during routine screening of affected kindreds with multiple endocrine neoplasia type iia or iib before a palpable tumor develops.
- It certainly was not worth while to throw a veil of innocence over such palpable human cupidity.
- The rather louche glamour of monaco's royal family is nothing compared with the fading but still palpable grandeur of the british monarchy.
- A swelling or small palpable mass.
- A swellingor small palpable mass.
- The president's scepticism was palpable.