Tag Murmurs
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Still’s murmur

Still's Murmur ejection systolic murmur first described in 1909 by English pediatrician Sir George Frederic Still KCVO (1868 – 1941)
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Austin Flint Murmur

Austin Flint Murmur: Mid diastolic, low pitch rumble heard best at the apex. Absence of opening snap/loud S1 distinguishes from that of mitral stenosis
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Cabot-Locke murmur

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.
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Gibson murmur

Gibson murmur (machinery murmur) associated with patent ductus arteriosus. Eponymously affiliated with George Alexander Gibson (1906)
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Blumgart-Ernstene murmur

Duroziez-type murmur observed with the patients arm subjected to various temperatures of water and by applying a subdiastolic pressure below the auscultation site, to help differentiate between aortic insufficiency and peripheral vasodilatation.
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Key-Hodgkin murmur

Key–Hodgkin murmur: diastolic murmur of aortic regurgitation with a raspy quality, likened to the sound of 'a saw cutting through wood'.
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Murmurs DDx

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