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pulsatile

 [pul´sah-tīl]
characterized by a rhythmic pulsation.

pul·sa·tile

(pŭl'să-tīl),
Throbbing or beating.

pulsatile

/pul·sa·tile/ (pul´sah-tīl) characterized by a rhythmic pulsation.

pulsatile

[pul′sətil]
Etymology: L, pulsare, to beat
pertaining to an activity characterized by a rhythmic pulsation.

pulsatile

Vox populi adjective Occurring discontinuously–ie, in bursts or pulses that may be either cyclical or regular or sporadic in frequency

pul·sa·tile

(pŭl'să-til)
Throbbing or beating.

pulsatile

characterized by a rhythmic pulsation.
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Based on the outcome of this study, accelerated orthodontic treatment with pulsatile forces holds promise for patients seeking faster treatment time without compromising safety.
Pulsatile tinnitus in a patient with normal findings on otoscopic examination often poses a diagnostic challenge to the otolaryngologist.
The comparatively small size of the axial blood pump allows it to be used in special applications where larger centrifugal and pulsatile pumps are difficult to incorporate.
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Now he wants to raise awareness about objective pulsatile tinnitus and is working with Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb and Aberconwy AM Janet Finch Saunders on whether to take his case to the Parliamentary Ombudsman.
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Right foot examination showed pulsatile, non-tender and compressible mass on the dorsum of the foot (Fig.
Chaturani and Upadhya [4] have developed a method for the study of the pulsatile flow of couple stress fluid through circular tubes.
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As the only company with both rotary and pulsatile next-generation ventricular assist devices (VADs) under development, WorldHeart is uniquely able to address the full spectrum of patient needs, from partial support, i.
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