Low grade equine systolic murmur

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ID:7129
Title:Low grade equine systolic murmur
Description:This recording is a systolic murmur, appearing between S1 and S2 heard over the pulmonic valve area in a horse with a ventricular septal defect. The murmur is caused by relative pulmonic stenosis.
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Filename:VSD_pa.wav
Date Created
Size:435.13Kb
Orientation:Portrait
Copyright Owner:Royal Veterinary College
Usage License:Creative Commons - No Commerical NoDerivs (Shared for educational use).
Categories:Species -- Horse / Body System -- Cardiovascular system
Normal/Pathological:Pathological
File Type:Audio

 

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