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Define the apical impulse and describe its normal location, size, and duration.

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The pulsation created as the left ventricle rotates against the chest wall during systole. When visible, it occupies the fourth or fifth intercostal space, at or inside the midclavicular line.

Size; normally 1 x 2 cm.

Duration; short, normally occupies only first half of systole.

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