systolic murmur


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a murmur heard during systole

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Examination revealed a grade 4/6 systolic murmur heard best at the left lower sternal border, which intensified with the Valsalva maneuver.
Table I shows a breakdown of the three clinical scenarios focused on normal heart sounds, third and fourth heart sound, systolic murmurs (innocent murmur and mitral valve prolapse), and diastolic murmurs (chronic and acute aortic regurgitation).
Physical examination showed a systolic murmur and an echocardiogram showed aortic stenosis.
She had three palpable occipital lymph nodes, cervical lymphadenopathy, III/VI systolic murmur, two well-healed abdominal scars, a palpable liver 2 cm below the costal margin, and a palpable spleen.
A harsh systolic murmur was heard in the aortic area with a third heart sound.
MVP is also called floppy valve syndrome, Barlow's or Reid-Barlow's syndrome, ballooning mitral valve, midsystolic-click-late systolic murmur syndrome, or click murmur syndrome.
His lungs were clear to auscultation, and precordial exam revealed a soft, mechanical S2, a 2/6-crescendo/decrescendo systolic murmur and an early diastolic murmur.
For example, some anaesthetists request a TTE for any undiagnosed systolic murmur.
Examination revealed fever, poor hygiene, a swollen and tender right wrist, and II/VI apical systolic murmur.
9[degrees]C and a grade III/VI ejection systolic murmur accompanied by a grade II/VI diastolic blowing murmur best heard in the left sternal border area.
MVP is also called floppy valve syndrome, Barlow's or ReidBarlow's syndrome, ballooning mitral valve, midsystolic-click-late systolic murmur syndrome, or click murmur syndrome.
A systolic murmur heard the day of birth suggested right or left ventricular outflow obstruction; it would have taken several days for pulmonary vascular resistance to fall sufficiently for the murmur of a ventricular septal defect to be heard.
Physical examination revealed normal vital signs and her cardiopulmonary examination revealed a 2/6 ejection systolic murmur in the aortic area.
Cardiovascular examination showed a water-hammer pulse (Corrigan's sign), prosthetic heart sounds, an ejection systolic murmur, and an early diastolic murmur consistent with aortic regurgitation.
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