During physical examination
A physical examination may include checking vital signs, including temperature examination, Blood pressure, pulse, and respiratory rate. The healthcare provider uses the senses of sight, hearing, touch, and sometimes smell. [...] Although providers have varying approaches as to the sequence of body parts, a systematic examination generally starts at the head and finishes at the extremities. After the main organ systems have been investigated by inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation, specific tests may follow.
What tactile or and medical test-based differences would be noticeable to a trained medical professional on a person originating from a 3g world, given that this person is apparently normal height and weight?
Mind you that the tests and doctor are all on earth, in brief, a person from 3g world is transported to Earth and upon arrival said person is struck by motor vehicle and transported to hospital: what if anything would be noticeable to the attending?