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Echocardiogram results normal. But when he listens he hears murmur. Whats up?

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Dr. Shalabh Bansal
Pediatrics

In brief: Echo

You were probably referred for an echo upon your physician hearing the murmur - if echo demonstrates normal cardiac structure and function, the murmur is what we refer to as an "innocent murmur" - this means it is being caused just by hearing the normal sound of blood going through the heart.
Discuss your concerns/questions with your cardiologist.

In brief: Echo

You were probably referred for an echo upon your physician hearing the murmur - if echo demonstrates normal cardiac structure and function, the murmur is what we refer to as an "innocent murmur" - this means it is being caused just by hearing the normal sound of blood going through the heart.
Discuss your concerns/questions with your cardiologist.
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