Mean Percentage Score by Clinical Scenario Harvey Clinical Scenarios Pretest Post-test Normal (extra heart sounds - S3, S4) Aortic 49% 100% Pulmonary 8% 89% Tricuspid 10% 72% Mitral 8% 82% Systolic Murmur (innocent murmur, mitral prolapse) Aortic 44% 100% Pulmonary 1% 89% Tricuspid 6% 64% Mitral 35% 96% Diastolic Murmur (chronic AR and acute AR) Aortic 31% 100% Pulmonary 3% 81% Tricuspid 6% 76% Mitral 46% 93% Overall Percentage Scores Aortic 41% 100% Pulmonary 4% 86% Tricuspid 7% 71% Mitral 30% 90% Note.
What does DM stand for?
DM stands for Diastolic Murmur
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0231 Heart tones on A2, P2 58 42 46 54 NS Character of murmurs 67 33 69 31 NS PMI of systolic murmurs 71 29 69 31 NS PMI of diastolic murmurs 85 15 77 23 NS Diagnostic conclusion 68 32 54 46 NS + correct complete diagnosis; [+ or -] correct, but incomplete diagnosis; - erroneous diagnosis, III-VI - years of training in medical school A2 - aortic region - right upper sternal border, P2 - pulmonic region - left upper sternal border, PMI - point of maximal intensity Table 5.
2] Splits, moves with respiration Fixed widely split Systolic murmur Crescendo- Crescendo- (supine) decrescendo decrescendo Possible vibration lower left sternal border 'Flow' at upper sternal border Systolic murmur Decrease in Does not change (standing) intensity Diastolic murmur Venous hum Inflow 'rumble' across tricuspid valve area Table VII.
During that admission a diastolic murmur was note& and an echocardiogram showed severe aortic insufficiency with a thickened aortic valve.
We detected 2/4th grade diastolic murmur along left sternal border.