embryocardia

embryocardia

 [em″bre-o-kahr´de-ah]
a symptom in which the heart sounds resemble those of the fetus, there being very little difference in the quality of the first and second sounds.

em·bry·o·car·di·a

(em'brē-ō-kar'dē-ă),
A condition in which the cadence of the heart sounds resembles that of the fetus, the first and second sounds becoming alike and evenly spaced; a sign of serious myocardial disease.
[embryo- + G. kardia, heart]
A condition in which the heart sounds resemble those of the foetus; the first and second sounds are similar in intensity and evenly spaced, indicating a loss of natural fluctuation, and a sign of serious myocardial disease

em·bry·o·car·di·a

(em'brē-ō-kahr'dē-ă)
A condition in which the cadence of the heart sounds resembles that of the fetus, the first and second sounds becoming alike and evenly spaced; a sign of serious myocardial disease.
[embryo- + G. kardia, heart]

embryocardia

a clinical sign in which the heart sounds resemble those of the fetus, there being very little difference in the quality of the first and second sounds.