Riegel pulse

re·versed par·a·dox·i·cal pulse

a pulse in which the amplitude increases with inspiration and decreases with expiration, as observed in some cases of tricuspid insufficiency and of AV dissociation with sinus arrhythmia.
Synonym(s): Riegel pulse
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Rie·gel pulse

(rē'gel pŭls)
A pulse that diminishes in volume during expiration.
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Riegel pulse

(rēg′ĕl)
[Franz Riegel, Ger. internist, 1843–1904]
A diminution of the pulse in volume during expiration.
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Riegel,

Franz, German physician, 1843-1904.
Riegel pulse - a pulse that diminishes in volume during expiration.
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