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"There are a few possible causes behind his heart murmur which may eventually require an operation, but at the moment we are taking one step at a time.
The non-cardiac cause of a heart murmur is typically treated on its own merits, Dr.
"The heart murmur device technology is both novel hardware and software.
Other causes of heart murmurs include: rheumatic fever, a complication of strep throat infection; endocarditis, an infection or inflammation of the inner lining of the heart and valves; age-related thickening or hardening of the heart valves; and mitral valve prolapse--when the valve between the left upper and lower chambers of the heart doesn't close properly.
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She had a documented grade III heart murmur, interpreted by her physician as a long-standing benign systolic murmur.
The eight factors identified as significant determinants of risk for developing atrial fibrillation were age, gender, body mass index, systolic blood pressure, treatment for hypertension, PR interval, significant heart murmur, and heart failure.
The eight factors identified as significant determinants of risk for developing atrial fibrillation were age, gender, body mass index (BMI), systolic blood pressure, treatment for hypertension, PR interval, significant heart murmur, and heart failure.
Blomquist that Hogue had been diagnosed with a heart murmur, even though in September 1996, Hogue had a history of a heart murmur during a routine physical exam.
Q: I was born with a heart murmur, and it has never really bothered me.
A heart murmur is a noise caused by turbulent blood flow, which could be the result of vigorous blood flow across a normal valve--as in pregnant women, who are pumping a larger volume of blood--or normal flow across a valve which is thickened but works normally.
Dr Steven Paul Pengelly, who attended to Ms Knight after she arrived at the accident and emergency department, said doctors discovered she had an undiagnosed heart murmur.