abdominal exam--s/l "heel tap"
Posted By: starstruck on 2009-03-05
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I've got a machine-gun-speed dictator who is doing an abdominal exam and talks about the Lloyd's maneuver (kidney punch) and then says "negative s/l heel tap." Does anyone know what this might be? Thanks in advance.
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