systolic murmur

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a murmur heard during systole

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Several long-term prognostic studies suggest that complications occur most commonly in patients with a mitral systolic murmur, those with thickened redundant mitral valve leaflets, and those with increased left ventricular or left atrial size, especially in men older than 45 years.
There was the systolic murmur expected of an overtaxed heart, but no specific cardiac illness.
There was an ejection systolic murmur of grade III/VI in the aortic area.
4% were found to have palpitation, 1 patient had a breathing difficulty, 2% had grade-II systolic murmur, 1% had muffled heart sound and 3% had cardiomegaly (among which 1 child had pericardial effusion and 2 had dilated cardiomyopathy), said Dr Rewari.
At that time a loud systolic murmur was heard at the cardiac apex and an emergent transthoracic echocardiogram showed severe systolic anterior motion of mitral valve (SAM) and dynamic obstruction of the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) with a mean pressure gradient of 64 mmHg (Figure 1).
A systolic murmur can be heard along the left sternal border; however, unlike patients with a patent ductus arteriosus, a diastolic component to the murmur is rare.
Physical examination showed the following: weight: 58 kg (3-10p); height: 169 cm (10-25p); 1-2-degree/6 systolic murmur in the mesocardial region; the remainder of the examination was unremarkable.
His first heart sound (S1) was normal and there was a short ejection systolic murmur (ESM) of 1-2/6.
In October 2012, it was an unexpected surprise to find that he had no systolic murmur at physical examination.
The heart rate was 68 beats per minute and regular, with a soft systolic murmur present at the left sternal border.
Mean Percentage Score by Clinical Scenario Harvey Clinical Scenarios Pretest Post-test Normal (extra heart sounds - S3, S4) Aortic 49% 100% Pulmonary 8% 89% Tricuspid 10% 72% Mitral 8% 82% Systolic Murmur (innocent murmur, mitral prolapse) Aortic 44% 100% Pulmonary 1% 89% Tricuspid 6% 64% Mitral 35% 96% Diastolic Murmur (chronic AR and acute AR) Aortic 31% 100% Pulmonary 3% 81% Tricuspid 6% 76% Mitral 46% 93% Overall Percentage Scores Aortic 41% 100% Pulmonary 4% 86% Tricuspid 7% 71% Mitral 30% 90% Note.
On examination, a soft (2/6) systolic murmur was heard over the right sternal edge.
Characteristics of pathological murmurs (5-7) * Diastolic, pansystolic or late systolic * Usually loud (3/6 or more) * Associated with a thrill * Symptoms or signs of cardiac disease * Continuous * S1 inaudible or not single * Most do not change significantly on standing (the systolic murmur of the rare, but dangerous, hypertophic obstructive cardiomyopathy increases on standing) (7) * Examples: All murmurs caused by cardiac lesions.
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