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"Marching soldiers" ?

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by Catfoot, Oct 17, 2017.

  1. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member


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    I'm just writing up some of my CPD notes and came across this entry ;

    "Calcification in arteries is heard with a Doppler - 'marching soldiers' sound"

    I can't recall what this sounds like or if I have even heard it. Can anyone give any more info on this?

    I've googled "marching soldiers" and not found anything relevant.

    Thanks

    CF
     
  2. Johnpod

    Johnpod Active Member

     
  3. Johnpod

    Johnpod Active Member

    Bi-phasic sound.... one/two, one/two, left/right, left/right - the third arterial recoil sound goes missing.
     
  4. Catfoot

    Catfoot Well-Known Member

    Ah-ha ! Then I have heard it before (many times) - never knew it could be called that though.......interesting....
     
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