Pulsus bisferiens. Typical hemodynamic waveforms in an unstable patient with left ventricular outflow tract obstruction. Note the aspect of the arterial pressure pulse and the components of a pulsus bisferiens. The echocardiographic equivalence is shown in Fig. d
It is associated with the maximum aortic pressure gradient
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