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S3

Symbol for third heart sound.
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S3

Third heart sound, a soft prolonged sound, which corresponds to vibrations in the wall of the ventricle caused by rapid filling of same; the S3 is normal in young athletes, but is usually abnormal.
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S3

Abbreviation for third heart sound.
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