Aortic Regurgitation on Physical Exam
Physical Exam findings of Aortic Regurgitation
Corrigan’s pulse - Bounding carotid pulse caused by a rapid systolic rise and diastolic collapse.
De Musset’s sign - Anterior-posterior Bobbing of the head with the arterial pulse.
Landolfi's sign - Pulsating miosis and mydriasis in the pupils.
Lincoln Sign - Pulsating leg tremor caused by pulsation of the popliteal artery.
Müller's sign - Pulsation of the uvula
Quincke’s Pulse - Blanching and flushing of the capillaries of the nail beds and lips.
Watson’s water hammer pulse - Bounding of the radial, ulnar or brachial artery.

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