1986, Updated 2009
Presents fundamental principles of the pathophysicology of heart murmurs and demonstrates acoustic characteristics of the more common significant murmurs. The effects of valvular regurgitation and stenosis are reviewed. The presentation of systolic and diastolic murmurs identifies the types that may be heard, explaining the important characteristics and clinical significance of each.
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