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The paper is organized as follows: in Section 2, the background on propagation of pulse wave
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Abbreviations PSN: Peripheral sensory neuropathy VPT: Vibration perception threshold PWVao: Aortic pulse wave
velocity CAVI: Cardio-ankle vascular index ha-PWV: Heart-ankle pulse wave
velocity AIx: Augmentation index BP: Blood pressure.
In this patient, during the course of UAP resolution, the grey-scale ultrasound-discernable low-echoic area became smaller but arterial blood flow remained: importantly, Pulse Wave
Doppler revealed the "absence of diastolic flow" with systolic flow still remaining.
Subjects were also excluded if the radial pulse wave
measurement could not be carried out due to the severer diseases or acute symptoms such as end-stage renal disease or liver disease.
Elevated aortic pulse wave
velocity, a marker of arterial stiffness, predicts cardiovascular events in well-functioning older adults.
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As a numerical method, FDTD can calculate the electromagnetic scattering problems under pulse wave
and has superiority of the time-domain numerical algorithm [23-25].
A pulse wave
signal is a change in the amount of blood flowing from the heart, and this change corresponds to the motion of the heart.