A 53-year-old male presents to the Emergency Department with complaints of severe right-sided flank pain and nausea. He says the pain began the night before and has gotten progressively worse and is currently rated a 9/10. Vitals signs are significant for tachycardia. Physical examination is positive for costovertebral tenderness on the right. CT scan of the abdomen reveals large calculus within the right renal pelvis. Which of the following viscerosomatic changes on osteopathic structural examination would be most consistent with the patient’s diagnosis?