[Genesis and clinical significance of the "low-pitched" aortic ejection sound].

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The genesis and clinical significance of the aortic ejection sound with a low-frequency predominance and delayed appearance were studied. This is recorded on the phonocardiogram in some patients with left ventricular dysfunction. Subjects studied consisted of 10 patients with a low-pitched ejection sound and seven patients with an ordinary high-pitched… (More)

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@article{Kagawa1988GenesisAC, title={[Genesis and clinical significance of the "low-pitched" aortic ejection sound].}, author={T. Kagawa and Naoya Fukuda and Keiichi Kawano and Tadayuki Okumoto and Shingo Emi and T. Tominaga and Toshiki Uchida and T. Kawano and Taikan Oki and H. Mori}, journal={Journal of cardiology}, year={1988}, volume={18 1}, pages={217-25} }