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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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Clinical signs of femoral pseudoaneurysms are pain, extremity oedema, pulsatile mass, femoral bruit, palpable thrill, and compressive neuropathy.
Normalized mean pulsatile waveform from non-invasive intracranial pressure (ICP-NI) measurement.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Delivery of Neural Stem Cells Into the Basal Ganglia of Non-human Primates Reveals a Pulsatile Mode of Cell Dispersion," Stem Cells Translational Medicine, October 2016 DOI: 10.
Neck examination revealed a non-tender, pulsatile, well-circumscribed anterior neck mass measuring 3 x 3 cm, which moved slightly with deglutition but not with tongue protrusion [Figure 1].
The symptoms of the patients varied between individuals and included autophony, disequilibrium, ear fullness, hearing loss, oscillopsia, pulsatile tinnitus, tinnitus, and vertigo.
In this paper, the pulsatile flow of a viscous fluid in two dimensional constricted vessel is considered.
Two of the company's product candidates are based on its proprietary pulsatile nitric oxide delivery device, INOpulse, one for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and a second for the
The mass is firm rubbery, pulsatile and is mobile from side to side but not up and down, and can sometimes be emptied by firm pressure after which it will slowly refill in a pulsatile manner.
Initially it was assumed the native heart is pulsatile in nature, a pulsed blood flow was the requirement for artificial blood pumping systems [4,42].
The perfusion index is the ratio of the pulsatile to non-pulsatile signal measured by pulse oximetry and is available on some commercial pulse oximetry systems.
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