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Arterial plethysmography: Arterial plethysmography is used to measure the blood pressure and pulse in the extremities by placing three blood pressure cuffs along the proximal, middle, and distal portions of the extremity and attaching them to a pulse-volume recorder (plethysmograph). Differences between arm and leg blood pressure are indicative of arterial occlusion.
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