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19 Possible Causes for Austin Flint Murmur

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  • Acute Aortic Regurgitation

    Additionally, S1 may be absent, S3 may be present, with a concurrent murmur (Austin Flint murmur). The severity of symptoms varies.[] Austin flint murmur is produced due to premature valve closure due to elevated LVEDP.[] S4 and the presystolic component of the Austin Flint murmur are absent, but a short mid-diastolic component of the Austin Flint murmur is often present.[]

  • Aortic Valve Insufficiency

    Only the Austin Flint murmur, the Corrigan pulse, the Duroziez sign, and the Hill sign had sufficient original literature for detailed review.[] An Austin Flint murmur is a mid-diastolic to late-diastolic rumble, which is best heard at the apex.[] The Austin Flint murmur is similar to the murmur of mitral stenosis. The difference is that S 1 is not as loud in aortic valve insufficiency as it is in mitral stenosis.[]

  • Mitral Valve Disease

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  • Congenital Aortic Insufficiency

    The atrial kick just before systole accentuates this flow, producing the Austin Flint murmur.[] ., aortic dissection ): best heard along the right sternal border Worsens with squatting and handgrip Austin Flint murmur In more severe stages, possibly a harsh, crescendo-decrescendo[] Physical exam features include a high-frequency, decrescendo diastolic murmur; in some, an Austin-Flint murmur is heard.[]

  • Heart Murmur

    On examination, he had a loud parasternal diastolic murmur indicative of aortic valve regurgitation and an apical middiastolic and presystolic rumble (Austin Flint murmur)[] […] mid-diastolic murmur (Austin Flint murmur).[] This murmur is termed the Austin-Flint murmur.[]

  • Adams-Stokes Syndrome

    Flint murmur, named for the American physician who discovered the disorder; and tetralogy of Fallot, a combination of congenital heart defects named for French Read More[] […] cardiology In cardiology …the vernacular of cardiology—for example, Adams-Stokes syndrome, a type of heart block named for Irish physicians Robert Adams and William Stokes; Austin[]

  • Heart Valve Disease

    The Austin Flint murmur is frequently heard.[]

  • Rheumatic Aortic Valve Obstruction

    […] of the systolic blood pressure: e.g.: BP 140/50 ) Decrescendo Diastolic Murmur -- Increases with increased SVR (handgrip, squatting) Austin Flint murmur -- diastolic rumble[] […] in aortic area (cases due to aortic dilatation). longer murmurs associated with more severe AR accentuated by isometric exercise. aortic ejection flow murmur Austin-Flint[] Physical signs: Hyperdynamic pulses, head bobbing, water hammer pulse, "Quincke's" pulse, Duroziez’s murmur Widened pulse pressure (diastolic blood pressure is less than half[]

  • Left Atrial Ball Valve Thrombus

    […] hl Clinical manifestations What are the characters of Austin-Flint murmur in aortic regurgitation? A What is the significance of opening snap?[] As follows: Mitral stenosis ASD (due to increased flow through tricuspid valve) Tricuspid stenosis Left atrial myxoma Austin-Flint murmur in aortic regurgitation Carey Coomb[] […] pulmonary capillary pressure) RV heave, loud P 2 (pulmonary hypertension) * Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine, 22nd Edition Page: 616 What are the characters of Austin-Flint[]

  • Libman-Sacks Disease

    Holosystolic murmur of mitral regurgitation or tricuspid regurgitation Early diastolic murmur of aortic regurgitation, with or without an Austin-Flint murmur Middiastolic,[]

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