Observation criteria are features which can be established through systematic observation and palpation of the human body at rest or in motion; they help in distinguishing between the normal and the pathological. These observation criteria are nothing more than the recurrent phenomena typical of a given posture or movement. Differences due to the variations in constitution and condition of the human body may cause these phenomena to vary in degree, but their essential characteristics should not be affected.
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