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Systolic murmur (mid)

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These occur during ejection of blood through the ventricular outflow tracts into the great arteries. Ejection murmurs start with the ejection sound, if present, and end before the relevant valve closure sound.

The most common causes of an ejection systolic murmur are aortic stenosis and aortic sclerosis.


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