systolic murmur

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Noun1.systolic murmur - a murmur heard during systole
cardiac murmur, heart murmur, murmur - an abnormal sound of the heart; sometimes a sign of abnormal function of the heart valves
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On cardiac examination loud S2 and systolic murmur of 5/6 present in pulmonary area.
At birth, general and systemic examination revealed a round face, single palmar crease, left precordial systolic murmur. Two hours after birth a deterioration of the general condition occurred, with generalized hypotonia, cyanosis, poor feeding.
In this case, a 4-year-old girl presented with a harsh systolic murmur because of extrinsic compression of the pulmonary artery by a teratoma in the anterior mediastinum [2].
She also had a systolic murmur of II/VI severity, best auscultated in the mesocardiac area.
Sound of tumor fluttering was heard at the 3/4th intercostal space of the left libs; at the same time, systolic murmur was heard at the apical area.
Cardiac examination revealed pan systolic murmur at the apical area.
The heart rate was 110/min, and a 2/6 ejection systolic murmur and a loud P2 with an S3 and S4 gallop were heard.
The systolic murmur (grade III/VI) was detected in the clinical examination and non-obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy was detected by echocardiographic examination in this case.
The physical exam was unremarkable except for a grade 2/6 ejection systolic murmur best heard over the left second intercostal space and fixed splitting of the second heart sound.
A systolic murmur was heard at the right sternal border; pedal and femoral pulses were weak.
On physical examination, cardiac auscultation revealed a grade V/VI systolic murmur at the mitral area and a grade IV/VI systolic murmur at the tricuspid area.
On examination he was weighing <2SD for age and sex, saturating 88% in air, well perfused, but tachypneic with mild S/C recession, had clear chest, 2/6 systolic murmur at LSE and no hepatomegaly.

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