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Basic Physical Signs
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abscess acute affected side artery ask the patient axilla becomes beneath bladder blood bone breast carcinoma cause cent cervical chronic clinical clinician commences common condition congenital cord cyanosis cyst differential diagnosis discharge disease enlarged examination felt femoral femoral hernia finger flexed flexion fluid fracture frequently gives rise gland goitre haematoma hand Hospital hydrocele iliac fossa infection inflammation inguinal hernia inguinal ligament injury intestinal obstruction intussusception joint knee-joint kyphosis lateral lesion ligament limb lower lump lymph-nodes meatus medial movement muscle neck neoplasm nerve nodes normal occasionally occurs oedema osteomyelitis pain palpation paralysis pelvic peritonitis physical signs position posterior present pressure Professor of Surgery prostate pulse pyrexia rare rectal rectum result rupture scrotum sinus situated skin sometimes spinal spleen subcutaneous superficial Surgeon swelling symptoms tenderness tendon testis thoracic thrombophlebitis thumb thyroglossal cyst thyroid tissue tongue tuberculous tumour ulcer umbilicus upper urethra urine usually veins vomiting