anisosphygmia

an·i·so·sphyg·mi·a

(an-ī'sō-sfig'mē-ă),
Difference in volume, force, or time of the pulse in the corresponding arteries on two sides of the body, for example, the two radials, or femorals.
[aniso- + G. sphygmos, pulse]

an·i·so·sphyg·mi·a

(an-ī'sō-sfig'mē-ă)
Difference in volume, force, or time of the pulse in the corresponding arteries on two sides of the body, e.g., the two radials, or femorals.
[aniso- + G. sphygmos, pulse]
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