What best describes the feeling of normal artery palpation?
Coronary Artery Ecstasia is the abnormal dilation of arteries surrounding the heart. Instead of having narrowing arteries, the arteries are enlarged and then go back to normal size. The problem is the blood builds up in the dilated part of the artery and has to make its way down through the normal part of the artery This is a danger that can cause the blood to clot before it is able to move through the…
Throat hit describes the basic feeling of what a normal cigarette feels like when you inhale. More vapor and or Cinnamon are normal ways to simulate the 'throat hit' of a cigarette. Many smokers who are used to smoking a lot, or like turkish style tobacco's want a 'throat hit' to aid them in getting off cigarettes.
Basically means that the basilar artery (supplying blood to the brain) is widely open. So it could mean that its normal (arteries should be open!) or referring to the artery being dilated (an aneurysm). Though if this is something you've heard your doctor say referring to yourself I would recommend you just ask them what they meant :)
A bruit is something that can be heard with a stethoscope over an artery, that indicated turbulent blood flow. In a normal artery, blood flows smoothly (laminar flow) but if there is an obstruction e.g. a clot or fatty plaque (atherosclerosis) the blood flow is disturbed and bounces off the sides of the artery walls, causing the bruit to be heard. It sounds like a rushing or roaring sound.
That depends on what you mean by constantly. It also depends on how sad you feel. If you go into deep periods of depression, where you can't even smile or talk, that's not good, and you should talk to your doctor, or parent right away. If you are feeling sad everyday, you should try to figure out why you're feeling that way. If you can't figure out why you're feeling that way, then you should…