Modern concepts of cardiovascular disease

Modern concepts of cardiovascular disease

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However, the murmur, if loud enough, will be transmitted somewhat in all directions by local resonators and direct continuity ... In other words, pressure behind the obstruction must always be considered in relation to the caliber of the individual ... vary greatly with different pathological and anatomical conditions, the whole acoustical problem of the chest is complicated ... in a series of normal individuals, the intensity of the loudest first heart sound recorded by Williams and Dodge (1926)anbsp;...

Title:Modern concepts of cardiovascular disease
Author:Samuel Albert Levine, Marshall Nairne Fulton
Publisher: - 1940


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