Hodgkin-Key murmur


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Hodg·kin-Key mur·mur

(hoj'kin kē),
a musical diastolic murmur associated with retroversion of an aortic cusp; often very loud.

Hodgkin,

Thomas, English physician, 1798-1866.
Hodgkin disease - malignant neoplasm of lymphoid cells of uncertain origin, associated with inflammatory infiltration of lymphocytes and eosinophilic leukocytes and fibrosis. Synonym(s): lymphadenoma
Hodgkin-Key murmur - a musical diastolic murmur.
Hodgkin sarcoma
non-Hodgkin lymphoma - a lymphoma other than Hodgkin disease.

Key,

Charles Aston, English cardiologist and surgeon, 1793-1849.
Hodgkin-Key murmur - see under Hodgkin, Thomas