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murmur

Med any abnormal soft blowing sound heard within the body, usually over the chest

murmur

[′mər·mər]
(medicine)
A blowing or roaring heart sound heard through the wall of the chest; caused by blood flow through a defective valve.
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Mallampati 2, pansystolic murmur III/VI, FHR 136, clubbing of fingers; Hb 16 g/dl, hematocrit 48.9 %.
Crackles were heard on both sides of the chest, and a grade 4/6 pansystolic murmur was loudest over the mitral valve area.
A patient with a pansystolic murmur, murmur greater than grade Ill, or a pure diastolic murmur (except for one with a venous hum diastolic component) also should be referred, she said.
A patient with a pansystolic murmur, murmur greater than grade III, or a pure diastolic murmur (except for one with a venous hum diastolic component) also should be referred, she said.
(1,3,4) A continuous or pansystolic murmur auscultated over the aberrant vessels may also be appreciated.
Our patient also had a preexisting pansystolic murmur due to congenital VSD which mimicked the murmur produced by tricuspid regurgitation caused by TVE.
The major signs in order of frequency were pansystolic murmur (100%), tachypnoea (62.9%), tachycardia (62.9%), crepitations (57.1%), subcostal retraction (45.7%), hepatomegaly (34.3%), and wheeze (20%) (Table 2).
He had a raised jugular venous pressure, a soft first heart sound and a 4/6 pansystolic murmur, typically loudest over the epigastrium and accentuated by manoeuvres that increase venous return.