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Definition of «Corrigan pulse»

Corrigan pulse: A pulse that is full and then suddenly collapses. Named for the Irish physician Dominic John Corrigan (1802-80) who described it in patients with aortic regurgitation due to a leaky aortic valve in the heart. Also called a water hammer pulse. See: Pulse, water hammer.

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