Korotkoff's test

[ kə-rŏtkôfs, kô- ]

n.

A test of collateral circulation in cases of aneurysm, in which the artery is compressed above the aneurysm; if blood pressure in the distal circulation is fairly high, the collateral circulation is good.

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