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pul·sa·tile

 (pŭl′sə-təl, -tīl′)
adj.
Undergoing pulsation; vibrating.

[Medieval Latin pulsātilis, from Latin pulsātus, past participle of pulsāre, frequentative of pellere, to beat; see pulsate.]

pulsatile

(ˈpʌlsəˌtaɪl)
adj
beating rhythmically; pulsating or throbbing
pulsatility n

pul•sa•tile

(ˈpʌl sə tɪl, -ˌtaɪl)

adj.
pulsating; throbbing.
[1535–45]
Translations

pul·sa·tile

a. pulsátil, de pulsación rítmica.
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The Company is currently developing multiple product candidates under its INOpulse program, a proprietary pulsatile nitric oxide delivery system.
Pulsatile tinnitus Tinnitus is a sound you get in your ears that often feels like humming, grinding, buzzing, hissing or whistling.
Pulsatile tinnitus is generally recognized as a noise that is rhythmic like a heartbeat.
The subject of the order is the supply of orthopedic materials: pulsatile rinsing kits and sets for vacuum mixing and bone cement administration.
RRp is provided only when the respiratory movement-induced signal is present in the pulsatile waveform and may not be available during certain conditions, such as very irregular breathing and excessive movement.
(12) The aim was to develop multi-particulate systems of DC- containing immediate- and pulsatile-controlled release pellets using non-pareil sugar seeds to avoid gastric mucosal damage and enable pulsatile release in the small intestine.
The diagnoses of PAEF is quite a challenge as the signs and symptoms of the disease are very obscure and non-specific.3 The patients may present with the classical triad of abdominal pain, gastrointestinal bleeding, and pulsatile mass but this triad is only found in 11-38.5% patients.3-5
The peripheral PI is derived from the photoelectric plesthysmographic signal of pulse oximetry and the rate of pulsatile flow (arterial component) to non-pulsatile flow (other tissues).
Fibromusclar dysplasia, which is more common in women than men, also played a major role -- it often has no symptoms but in some patients it causes headaches or a swooshing sound in the ears called pulsatile tinnitus," said lead investigator Jacqueline Saw, Professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
Fibromusclar dysplasia, which is more common in women than men, also played a major role-it often has no symptoms but in some patients it causes headaches or a swooshing sound in the ears called pulsatile tinnitus, ' said lead investigator Jacqueline Saw, Professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.
PSA is a rare congenital vascular anomaly with a prevalence of 0.02% to 0.5%.' It may present as a pulsatile middle ear mass or may appear as an incidental finding during middle ear surgery.
They may present as pulsatile subcutaneous mass which may bleed or ulcerate.