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pansystolic murmur at LLSB radiating right towards midclavicular line that is medium pitched, has a blowing quality, increases on inspiration, S3, incr. JVP and "v" wave
tricuspid regurg. The S3 sound is from the overdistended RV
harsh, shrill, midsystolic crescendo-decrescendo murmur, sometimes S4
aortic stenosis
soft, blowing, pansystolic murmur, S3, elevated left atrial pressures,
mitral regurg
immediate diastolic murmur in a middle-aged guy who has always had some problems keeping up
bicuspid aortic valve
asymptomatic adult with prominant RV impulse, midsystolic ejection murmuer heard in pulmonic area and along the LSB, fixed splitting of S2
classic for ASD
systolic ejection murmer on RSB that radiates to jugular
aortic stenosis
opening snap and diastolic murmur
mitral stenosis
incr. RV pressures --> RVH and PA dilation & cresc-decresc murmur if severe... no RA enlargement
pulmonary stenosis
child with a harsh systolic murmer and increased oxygen saturation in the RV
VSD