flow murmur

flow murmur

Hemic murmur Cardiology A murmur caused by blood turbulence due to ↑ flow, which may be linked to severe anemia
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Candidates exhibiting a flow murmur had invariably an excessively decreased retrosternal space resulting in a gross cosmetic deformity.
On chest auscultation, a systolic flow murmur was audible and there was decreased breath sound in the left infraclavicular area.
Her pulse rate was 110 per minute, blood pressure was 100/70 mm Hg, and she had a systolic flow murmur on auscultation.
Typically physicians hear a pulmonary blood flow murmur if the shunt is large, or a ventricular septal defect murmur if the shunt is restricted.
It's not the ASD itself that makes noise, it is the outflow--a pulmonary flow murmur," Dr.
A pulmonary flow murmur, Still's murmur, venous hum, carotid bruit, and peripheral pulmonary stenosis are benign heart sounds detectable in an office setting, Dr.
Her physical examination was remarkable for lethargy, a systolic flow murmur, hepatomegaly, and dry mucous membranes, with a capillary refill of 3 seconds.
It may sound like a murmur of aortic stenosis, mitral insufficiency, or even a normal flow murmur.
There are also significant disincentives to acknowledging the presence of a benign flow murmur.
There were also the scores of phone calls from dentists' offices wanting to know if our mutual, inadequately informed patient with a benign flow murmur needed antibiotic coverage.