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" As to time, according to this conception, this would coincide with the "time of expulsion" of the systole (see p. 20, note 1 ) , and it is to be surmised that the slight sound which is formed during the systolic closure may be heard for a brief period... "
Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine - Page 5
by Wilhelm Olivier von Leube - 1904 - 1058 pages
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Medical diagnosis

Wilhelm von Leube - 1904 - 1058 pages
...accentuated; and (3) that the murmurs are heard only, or at least plainest, at the ostium pulmonalc (pulmonary area). The latter position is, in my opinion,...Geigel is probably correct, according to which in anuemics the pressure in the aorta and pulmonary artery is abnormally low, and thus the difference...
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Transactions of the American Pediatric Society, Volume 18

Children - 1907
...systole and corresponds to the first part of the descending line of the cardiogram, and, therefore, the slight sound which is formed during the systolic...may be heard for a brief period besides the murmur ; that is, it introduces the latter. R. Geigel's explanation of this murmur is that it is produced...
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Transactions of the American Pediatric Society, Volume 18

Children - 1907
...systole and corresponds to the first part of the descending line of the cardiogram, and, therefore, the slight sound which is formed during the systolic...may be heard for a brief period besides the murmur; that is, it introduces the latter. R. Geigel's explanation of this murmur is that it is produced by...
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