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cardio cs2

TermDefinition
A pulse aortic aneurism
A thrill aortic valve stenosis
P pulse pulmonary hypertension
P thrill pulmonic valve stenosis
T lift right ventricular hypertrophy
T thrill vsd
PMI displaced left and down LV hypertrophy or cardoimyopathy
PMI displaced left and up pregnancy
Increased S1 intensity mitral stensosis
Decreased s1 intensity mitral regurgitation
Increased A2sound split systemic hypertension
Increased p2 sound split pulmonary hypertension
S3 or ventricular gallop normal in children or pregnancy, diseased = HF, cardiomyopathy
S4 or atrial gallop ventricular hypertrophy due to hypertension, hypertrophies, aortic stenosis
Created by: splashgreen