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What does it mean if they say you have a heart murmur?

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Dr. Alex Golden
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: A murmur is a sound

A murmur is a sound coming from the heart or blood vessels around the heart.
The majority of these murmurs are normal, but some can be from an abnormality. A cardiologist can distinguish between normal and abnormal murmurs.

In brief: A murmur is a sound

A murmur is a sound coming from the heart or blood vessels around the heart.
The majority of these murmurs are normal, but some can be from an abnormality. A cardiologist can distinguish between normal and abnormal murmurs.
Dr. Alex Golden
Dr. Alex Golden
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine

In brief: ONE OF YOUR

Heart valves either does not open, close completely the way it should.
In infants, holes in the heart muscle will create blowing sounds too.

In brief: ONE OF YOUR

Heart valves either does not open, close completely the way it should.
In infants, holes in the heart muscle will create blowing sounds too.
Dr. Luis Villaplana
Dr. Luis Villaplana
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