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Medicine (MD/DO)
Anatomy & Embryology
Chapman's Points

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Anatomy & Embryology | Medicine (MD/DO) School Study Aid

Chapman's Points
4 Picmonics to Learn | 9 mins
Chapman’s Points Overview
Fascial Tissue Abnormality
Develops Secondary to Irritation or Dysfunction
Visceral Reflex
Small, Smooth, Firm
2-3 mm
Discretely Palpable
Tapioca or BB-Like
Partially Fixed
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2 mins
Chapman’s Points - Anterior Part One
2nd Intercostal Space
Thyroid and Heart
3rd & 4th Intercostal Spaces
6th Intercostal Space - Left
Stomach - Peristalsis
6th Intercostal Space - Right
Liver and Gallbladder
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2 mins
Chapman’s Points - Anterior Part Two
7th Intercostal Space - Left
7th Intercostal Space - Right
Adrenal Glands
12th Rib Tip - Right
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2 mins
Chapman’s Points - Anterior Gastrointestinal
8-10th Intercostal Space
Small Intestines
Along Left Iliotibial Band
Descending Colon
Splenic Flexure
Along Right Iliotibial Band
Hepatic Flexure
Ascending Colon
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2 mins

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