cardiac murmur

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Synonyms for cardiac murmur

an abnormal sound of the heart

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He was admitted to another hospital, where a new cardiac murmur was detected.
Examination revealed pes cavus, mild scoliosis, and absence of cardiac murmur. Neurological exam was notable for trace to absent DTRs, loss of position sense, positive Romberg, downgoing toes, slowed rapid alternating movements, tremor on finger to nose exam, and wide based unsteady gait.
One hundred and two children (3.9%) presented with a cardiac murmur, CCF, arthritis or chorea.
Clinical findings such as cardiac murmur and electrocardiographic changes are described in a few cases in the literature [6].
[7] Interestingly, some of the underlying causes of SCA risk that were stressed in the study included: cardiac risk factors, such as cardiac murmur (8%); a history of fainting during sporting activity (21%); and an FH of SCA (11%).
(4) Rupture occurs 3 - 5 days after the myocardial infarction and the patient presents with sudden deterioration, new onset cardiac murmur, congestive heart failure, and often in cardiogenic shock.
An 11-year-old male patient who had no complaints and who was found to have a cardiac murmur on physical examination was referred to our Pediatric Cardiology Outpatient Clinic.
The errors in these cases were caused by CHAT failing to record or fully describe prednisolone usage; previously undetected cardiac murmur discovered in OPD; cognitive issues; significant cardiac disease X 2; family history of anaesthetic morbidity; patient anxiety.
The patient has wheezed with his episodes of cardiac failure, and the fact that a cardiac murmur was not appreciated until his admission to Earl K.
Furthermore, minimal morning stiffness, visceral enlargement and unexplained hematuria should also alert the clinician as signs of IE.[11] Gonzalez-Gay et al.[11] also reported that atypical symptoms of PMR and, in addition, fever with or without cardiac murmur must further be considered as signs and evidences of a suspicious IE case.
The second exam reveals a somewhat loose lateral fold in the neck, but no cardiac murmur is heard.