- regurgitant murmur
- a cardiac murmur due to regurgitation of blood through an abnormal valvular orifice, usually occurring throughout systole. Cf. ejection m.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Murmur — A Murmur is an abnormal "whooshing" sound created by blood flow through heart valves, as well as flow through chamber narrowings or unusual connections seen with congenital heart disease. It is usually heard by the doctor while… … Medical dictionary
late systolic murmur — a regurgitant murmur beginning in the middle or last third of systole and continuing until the second heart sound; it is often associated with a midsystolic click and mitral valve prolapse … Medical dictionary
pansystolic murmur — a regurgitant murmur that extends throughout systole and is due to blood flow between two chambers normally of very different pressures in systole; the most common causes are mitral or tricuspid regurgitation and ventricular septal defects.… … Medical dictionary
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systolic murmur — a cardiac murmur occurring during systole; usually due to mitral or tricuspid regurgitation or to aortic or pulmonary obstruction. These are often distinguished as either ejection or regurgitant murmurs, and on the basis of cardiac cycle timing,… … Medical dictionary
early systolic murmur — a regurgitant cardiac murmur beginning at the first heart sound and diminishing and ending well before the second heart sound; it results from abbreviation of pansystolic murmurs due to special circumstances such as acute mitral regurgitation or… … Medical dictionary
ejection murmur — a type of systolic murmur occurring predominantly in midsystole, at the time of maximal ejection volume and blood flow velocity, such as that heard in aortic or pulmonary stenosis; it is due to ejection of blood into the root of the aorta or… … Medical dictionary
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