What is carotid dance and in which condition is it seen?

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Dancing carotids or Carotid shudder is a term used to refer to palpable thrill felt at the peak of carotid pulse in aortic stenosis (Anacrotic pulse).

answered Sep 28, 2012 by Sulabh Shrestha Doctor of Medicine (5,553 points)

Carotid dance is the vibration at the crest of the carotid pulse tracing, seen in aortic stenosis.

answered Sep 28, 2012 by Mike Junior Resident (2,007 points)

also seen in thyrotoxicosis..

answered Jun 29, 2014 by anonymous

Aortic Regurgitation....!!!
I guess..

answered Sep 13, 2015 by mangal