- anatricrotic pulse
- a pulse in which the ascending limb of the tracing shows three small additional waves or notches.
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anatricrotic — Characterized by anatricrotism; denoting a sphygmographic tracing with three waves on the ascending limb. * * * ana·tri·crot·ic (an″ə tri krotґik) on a pulse tracing, having two notches, i.e., three waveforms, on the ascending limb … Medical dictionary
tricrotic pulse — a pulse in which the tracing shows three expansions of the artery in one beat. See also anatricrotic p. and catatricrotic p … Medical dictionary
tricrotic — Thrice beating; marked by three waves in the arterial pulse tracing. SYN: tricrotous. [tri + G. krotos, a beat] * * * tri·crot·ic (tri krotґik) [Gr. trikrotos rowed with a triple stroke; triple beating] pertaining to or characterized by… … Medical dictionary