Henri-Louis Roger (1809 – 1891) was a French paediatrician. Bruit de Roger and the misnomer... Maladie de Roger (Roger's disease)
The Cabot-Locke murmur is an early diastolic murmur found in patients with severe anaemia. The murmur resolves with treatment of the anaemia. There is no functional valvular abnormality present.
Richard Clarke Cabot (1868-1939) American physician - clinical haematology; pioneering approach to social work; Cabot-Locke murmur (1903)
Edwin Allen Locke (1874-1971) was an American Physician involved care and treatment of TB and pulmonary disease. Eponym: Cabot-Locke murmur (1903)
Carey Coombs murmur: short mid-diastolic murmur with active rheumatic carditis and mitral-valve inflammation. 1907 Carey Coombs (1879-1932)
Graham Steell murmur: soft, blowing, decrescendo early diastolic murmur of pulmonary incompetence caused by pulmonary hypertension
Graham Steell (1851- 1942) was a Scottish physician and cardiologist. Graham Steell murmur: a high pitched early diastolic murmur (1888)
Gibson murmur (machinery murmur) associated with patent ductus arteriosus. Eponymously affiliated with George Alexander Gibson (1906)
David Abramson Rytland (1909 - 1991) was an American physician and cardiologist. Rytand murmur (1946), Rytand's law (1951)
Rytand murmur: Mid-late blowing diastolic murmur heard occasionally in patients with complete atrioventricular heart block.
Key–Hodgkin murmur: diastolic murmur of aortic regurgitation with a raspy quality, likened to the sound of 'a saw cutting through wood'.
Heart murmurs are abnormal heart sounds believed to be caused by turbulent flow across heart valves or vascular abnormalities. When assessing a murmur, determine 6 characteristics: position at which it is loudest, grade, timing, duration, presence of a thrill, radiation and changes during respiration or with dynamic manoeuvers