Definition of Pulseless disease
Pulseless disease: Takayasu disease. Called pulseless disease because inflammation of blood vessels (vasculitis) can lead to reduced or absent pulses in the arms or legs. See: Takayasu disease.
Last Editorial Review: 10/9/2012
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