catatricrotism

catatricrotism

 [kat″ah-tri´kro-tizm]
a pulse anomaly in which three small additional waves or notches appear in the descending limb of the pulse tracing. adj., adj catatricrot´ic.

cat·a·tri·cro·tism

(kat'ă-trī'krō-tizm),
A condition of the pulse marked by three minor expansions of the artery following the main beat, producing three secondary upward waves on the downstroke of the pulse tracing.
[cata- + G. tri-, three, + krotos, beat]

catatricrotism

/cata·tri·cro·tism/ (-tri´krot-izm) a pulse anomaly in which three small additional waves or notches appear in the descending limb of the pulse tracing.catatricrot´ic

cat·a·tri·cro·tism

(kat'ă-trī'krō-tizm)
An anomaly or condition of the pulse marked by three minor expansions of the artery following the main beat, producing three secondary upward waves on the downstroke of the pulse tracing.
[cata- + G. tri-, three, + krotos, beat]

catatricrotism

a pulse anomaly in which three small additional waves or notches appear in the descending limb of the pulse tracing.