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Heart click

With the advent of newer, non-invasive imaging techniques, the origin of other, so-called adventitial sounds or heart clicks has been appreciated. These are short, high-pitched sounds.

  • The atrioventricular valves of patients with mitral stenosis may open with an opening snap[1][2] on the beginning of diastole.

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  3. ^ Rizzon P, Biasco G, Brindicci G, Mauro F (March 1973). "Familial syndrome of midsystolic click and late systolic murmur". Br Heart J 35 (3): 245–59.  
  4. ^ "Techniques - Heart Sounds & Murmurs Exam - Physical Diagnosis Skills - University of Washington School of Medicine". Retrieved 2009-03-06. 
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