Pulsatile

Pul'sa·tile adjective [ Confer Italian pulsatile , Spanish pulsatil .] 1. Capable of being struck or beaten; played by beating or by percussion; as, a tambourine is a pulsatile musical instrument. 2. Pulsating; throbbing, as a tumor.
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pulsatile

Throbbing or beating. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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pulsatile

(pul´sә-tīl) characterized by a rhythmic pulsation.
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Pulsatile

• (a.) Capable of being struck or beaten; played by beating or by percussion; as, a tambourine is a pulsatile musical instrument. • (a.) Pulsating; throbbing, as a tumor.
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pulsatile

Type: Term Pronunciation: pŭl′să-tīl Definitions: 1. Throbbing or beating.
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pulsatile

beating, as in a pulsatile mass
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