Duroziez murmur

Du·ro·zi·ez mur·mur

(dū-rō-zē-ā'),
a two-phase murmur over peripheral arteries, especially the femoral artery, due to rapid ebb and flow of blood during aortic insufficiency.
Synonym(s): Duroziez sign
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Du·ro·zi·ez mur·mur

(dū-rō'zē-ā' mŭr'mŭr)
A two-phase murmur over peripheral arteries, especially the femoral artery, due to rapid ebb and flow of blood in aortic insufficiency. Murmur is audible when pressure is applied to the area just distal to the stethoscope.
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Duroziez murmur

(du-rō″zē-ā′)
[Paul Louis Duroziez, Fr. physician, 1826–1897]
The systolic and diastolic murmur heard over peripheral arteries in patients with aortic insufficiency. The murmur is audible when pressure is applied to the area just distal to the stethoscope.
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Duroziez,

Paul L., French physician, 1826-1897.
Duroziez disease - congenital stenosis of the mitral valve.
Duroziez murmur - a two-phase murmur over peripheral arteries, especially the femoral artery, due to rapid ebb and flow of blood during aortic insufficiency. Synonym(s): Duroziez sign
Duroziez sign - Synonym(s): Duroziez murmur
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