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Tibialis Posterior Pulse: The tibialis posterior pulse is one of the palpable pulses, tangible heartbeats that can be felt in various arterial sites throughout the body. The tibialis posterior pulse can be felt on the inner or medial aspect of the ankle on the posterior tibial artery.
Normally, the dorsalis pedis pulse can be felt by the fingers, but in some conditions, such as shock and low blood pressure, and in some normal circumstances, an instrument called a doppler may be needed to find the dorsalis pedis pulse and amplify it so it can be heard. Conditions that can afflict the dorsalis pedis pulse include arterial clots, arterial embolisms, hemorrhage, shock, cardiac arrhythmias, and cardiac arrest.
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