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Hills phenomenon

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Hills phenomenon --> hills sign

(Science: clinical sign) in aortic insufficiency, greater systolic blood pressure in the legs than in the arms; normal arterial systolic pressure in the leg is 10 to 20 mm of hg above that in the arm, whereas in aortic insufficiency the difference may be 60 to 100 mm of hg.

Synonym: hills phenomenon.