Austin Flint murmur - Causes, Symptom, Cure, Treatment of Austin Flint murmur

What is Austin Flint murmur?

An Austin Flint murmur is a mid-diastolic, low-pitched rumbling heard at the apex. The murmur is named for Austin Flint who described it in 1862. It is a diastolic murmur majorly similar to that of mitral stenosis, heard at the cardiac apex in some cases of free aortic insufficiency. Causes of acquired AI include endocarditis, trauma, systemic diseases, and connective tissue syndromes.

Causes of Austin Flint murmur

Causes of AI include congenital malformations of the aortic valves and diseases of the aortic valves and root.

Symptoms of Austin Flint murmur

Signs and symptoms often experienced with Austin Flint murmur are:





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