lower-limb pulses

lower-limb pulses

lower-limb sites where arteries are palpable, i.e. where they overlie bone; e.g. inguinal (femoral); popliteal, anterior tibial, posterior tibial, dorsalis pedis and peroneal pulses; distal pulses are weaker than proximal, and become increasing difficult to palpate with peripheral vascular disease or oedema Figure 1
Figure 1: Pulses in the lower limb and foot.
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The lower-limb pulses were feeble and barely palpable, whereas the upper-limb pulses were bounding.