Peripheral Artery Disease (P.A.D.)

Diagnosis

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1. A bruit (broo-E) is an abnormal whooshing sound that may be a warning sign of a




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A bruit (broo-EE) is an abnormal whooshing sound, found in blood flow in the legs or feet. It may be a warning sign of a narrowed or blocked section of artery.