In performing a palpation a physician relies on the tactile sensory input of his finger to assess whether neoplasm is soft or hard. In particular, when the physician makes a clinical diagnosis of a tumor in mammary region using his hand in examination by touch, he has to pay attention to the tactile sensory performance. However, since such a palpation by hand depends on experience, age, and sex,...
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