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Venous plethysmography: Venous plethysmography is used to measure changes in the volume of an extremity, usually a leg; blood pressure cuffs are placed at the proximal, middle, and distal portions of the leg and attached to a pulse-volume recorder (plethysmograph). Venous blood flow is monitored by inflating and then releasing the proximal cuff and recording the distal cuff monitor.
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