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11 Possible Causes for Bounding Pulse, Decreased Femoral Pulse

  • Coarctation of the Aorta

    Abstract The combination of right aortic arch with aberrant left brachiocephalic artery and aortic coarctation is very rare. Here, we report the case of a 3.1-kg neonate with multiple malformations who received detailed preoperative anatomical definition by chest computed tomography (CT) scan and eventually[…][ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Acyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

    […] pressure  collapsing or bounding pulse Chest X-ray & ECG - Usually normal unless the PDA is large and symptomatic - Features seen are indistinguishable from VSD - Duct should[slideshare.net] Bounding pulses in arms and decreased pulses in legs. Surgical repair usually required between 2 and 4 years of age.[aafp.org] & Pulse pressure : Pulse & Pulse pressure Acyanotic Heart Disease Irregularly irregular AF may complicate ASD Collapsing Pulse or bounding pulse (aortic runoff) PDA, AR,[authorstream.com]

  • Radial Ray Hypoplasia - Choanal Atresia Syndrome

    Decreased femoral pulses alone suggest coarctation of the aorta. Bounding pulses suggest a widened pulse pressure.[hawaii.edu] Decreased femoral pulses alone suggest coarctation of the aorta. Bounding pulses suggest a widened pulse pressure.[hawaii.edu] The quality of peripheral pulses should be noted. Generally weak pulses denote systemic hypoperfusion as in low volume states and decreased cardiac output.[hawaii.edu]

  • Aortic Arch Interruption

    Lower systolic blood pressure in the lower than in the upper limbs and/or a delay or decrease in amplitude of femoral pulses compared to brachial or carotid pulses should[elsevier.pt] Nonetheless, bounding carotid pulses and a weak peripheral pulse should heighten suspicion, but differential cyanosis is almost pathognomonic [ 10 ] .[oapublishinglondon.com]

  • Innocent Cardiac Murmurs

    […] or delayed femoral pulse; may have increased left ventricular impulse Aortic stenosis 5 to 6 Usually asymptomatic; symptoms may include dyspnea, easy fatigue, chest pain,[aafp.org] Signs of hypoxia - Cyanosis / digital clubbing Pulses - decreased or bounding.[pedclerk.bsd.uchicago.edu] Bounding (also known as water hammer) pulses are seen in patients with a low diastolic pressure due to aortic regurgitation or presence of a systemic to pulmonary arterial[pedcard.rush.edu]

  • Hypotension

    […] pressure in the lower extremities or delayed or absent femoral arterial pulses may indicate aortic coarctation; truncal obesity, glucose intolerance, and purple striae suggest[doi.org] Septic shock - early sepsis usually presents with warm extremities and bounding pulses. Late sepsis will reveal cool, pale cyanotic extremities with mottling. 5.[clinicaladvisor.com] Pheochromocytoma should be suspected in patients with labile hypertension or with paroxysms of hypertension accompanied by headache, palpitations, pallor, and perspiration. 77 Decreased[doi.org]

  • Congenital Heart Disease

    Bounding pulses in arms and decreased pulses in legs. Surgical repair usually required between 2 and 4 years of age.[aafp.org] , leading to pulmonary over-circulation Pulse Delay or Absence : Decreased or absent femoral pulses may suggest coarctation of the aorta Brachial-femoral pulse differential[emergencymedicinecases.com] […] that are bounding in the arms but decreased in the legs.[aafp.org]

  • Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

    Bounding pulses in arms and decreased pulses in legs. Surgical repair usually required between 2 and 4 years of age.[aafp.org] , leading to pulmonary over-circulation Pulse Delay or Absence : Decreased or absent femoral pulses may suggest coarctation of the aorta Brachial-femoral pulse differential[emergencymedicinecases.com] […] that are bounding in the arms but decreased in the legs.[aafp.org]

  • Congenital Heart Block

    Bounding pulses in arms and decreased pulses in legs. Surgical repair usually required between 2 and 4 years of age.[aafp.org] , leading to pulmonary over-circulation Pulse Delay or Absence : Decreased or absent femoral pulses may suggest coarctation of the aorta Brachial-femoral pulse differential[emergencymedicinecases.com] […] that are bounding in the arms but decreased in the legs.[aafp.org]

  • Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome

    […] but strong femoral pulses.[letsrun.com] Bounding dorsalis pedis pulse bilaterally, however with active flexion and passive dorsiflexion, pulse was not palpable.[digitalrepository.aurorahealthcare.org] Her ankle-to-brachial blood pressure index was normal at rest (1.02) but decreased after 5 minutes of running to 0.79. A duplex scan of her lower extremity was normal.[letsrun.com]

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