Physical signs of aortic regurgitation – MCQ – Answer
All of the following are physical signs of aortic regurgitation except – Correct answer: a) Pulsus parvus et tardus
Pulsus parvus et tardus is a low volume, slow rising pulse in severe aortic stenosis. Quincke’s sign is prominent capillary pulsations in the nail beds. Water hammer pulse is the high volume collapsing pulse named after a Victorian era toy.
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