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225 Possible Causes for Pansystolic Murmur

  • Tricuspid Valve Insufficiency

    Common findings include distended jugular veins, hepatomegaly, pansystolic murmur auscultated in the parasternal area at the 4th intercostal space.[] murmur that increases in inspiration.[] Cardiac murmurs are often present: A pansystolic murmur, which may signify blood flow through the ventricular septal defect.[]

  • Cor Pulmonale

    On cardiovascular system examination, there was loud pulmonic component of second heart sound along with a pansystolic murmur suggestive of tricuspid regurgitation at a left[] Distended neck veins with raised and/or prominent JVP and visible a or v waves. 3rd/4th heart sounds and pansystolic murmur of tricuspid regurgitation over right heart.[]

  • Chordae Tendinae Rupture

    A pansystolic murmur alongwith bilateral basal crepitations were heard on auscultation.[]

  • Mitral Papillary Muscle Rupture

    Examination revealed distress with an apical pansystolic murmur.[] A typical grade 3/6 pansystolic murmur was heard at the apex with radiation to the axillae.[] Auscultation reveals a pansystolic murmur at the apex.[]

  • Papillary Muscle Dysfunction

    Left ventricular S4 Late systolic or pansystolic murmur with late systolic accentuation What are the murmurs in papillary muscle dysfunction ?[] Auscultation reveals a pansystolic murmur at the apex.[] Clinical examination classically reveals a volume loaded (‘thrusting’) apex beat and a pansystolic (holosystolic) murmur that is heard on praecordial auscultation 1,2 .[]

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    A grade 3/6 pansystolic murmur was heard, and echocardiography revealed severe mitral regurgitation with a hyperechoic obstacle on the posterior mitral valve leaflet, consistent[]

  • Ventricular Septal Defect

    Small lesions with minimal shunting may be asymptomatic, however may have a loud harsh pansystolic murmur heard on precordial ausculation over the left sternal border 10 .[] Ventricular septal defect-functional types Small-Medium Left Right Shunts w/o Pulmonary HTN Acyanotic, asymptomatic, grade II-IV/VI pansystolic murmur Management May resolve[] In addition to a pansystolic murmur, there may also be a mid/end diastolic murmur mimicking mitral stenosis as well as an ejection systolic murmur mimicking aortic stenosis[]

  • Mitral Valve Prolapse

    A 33-year-old man was investigated for dyspnea on exertion and the presence of a pansystolic murmur.[]

  • Papillary Muscle Disorder

    Present with a new systolic ejection murmur heard best at the left upper sternal border, with radiation to the neck and a new pansystolic murmur at the apex, with radiation[] Signs of ventricular septal rupture include a new harsh pansystolic murmur best heard at the left lower sternal border, with worsening haemodynamic profile and biventricular[] murmur but the murmur may be inaudible if left atrial pressure rises sharply.[]

  • Rheumatic Fever

    Heart sounds are tachycardic with a pansystolic murmur 3/6 heard at apex with radiation to axilla.[] murmur or early diastolic murmur at base of heart) Subcutaneous nodules (strong association with carditis) Erythema marginatum§ (bright pink macules or papules on extremities[] […] large joints) Sydenham chorea‡ (in 25% of Indigenous Australians with ARF, especially adolescent females) Jerky movements of hands, feet, tongue and face Carditis (apical pansystolic[]

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