Medical Definition of Arterial plethysmography

1. A test which measures the systolic blood pressure of a normal extremity compared to an upper extremity. The test is usually used to detect arterial blockage in the lower extremities. There should be less than 20 mm of Hg difference in systolic blood pressure between the upper and lower extremities. More than this can indicate arterial occlusive disease or arterial blockage. (17 Oct 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Arterial Plethysmography

arterial cone
arterial duct
arterial flap
arterial forceps
arterial grooves
arterial hyperaemia
arterial hypotension
arterial ligament
arterial line
arterial murmur
arterial occlusive diseases
arterial perfusion
arterial plaque
arterial plethysmography (current term)
arterial pressure
arterial road
arterial sclerosis
arterial segments of kidney
arterial spider
arterial streets
arterial switch operation
arterial tension
arterial thoracic outlet syndrome
arterial transfusion
arterial vein
arterial wave

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