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heart murmurs

classical findings

diseasesystolic / diastolicmurmurphysical exam
MR systolic blowing holosystolic murmur radiating to AXILLA laterally displaced PMI, systolic thrill
TS diastolic diastolic rumble murmur louder with inspiration
TR systolic blowing holosystolic murmur at LSB jugular and hepatic pulsations; murmur louder with inspiration
AS systolic midsystolic crescendo-decrescendo murmur at 2nd right interspace; radiates to CAROTIDS and apex; S4 due to atrial kick pulsus parvus et tardus (peripheral pulses weak and late compared to heart sounds)
AR diastolic 1) blowing early diastolic at aorta and LSB 2) Austin Flint = apical diastolic rumble 3) midsystolic flow murmur at base W-I-D-E pulse pressure, laterally placed PMI, pulsus bisferiens
MS diastolic opening snap --> diastolic rumble RV lift secondary to RVH
MVP systolic midsystolic click --> late systolic murmur valsalva --> click earlier in systole, murmur prolonged
Created by: anpham26