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Seagulls flying in the echo lab
  1. S Mondillo,
  2. P Ballo,
  3. V Zacà

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A “seagull’s cry murmur” is defined as a murmur imitating the cooing sound of a seagull. This type of murmur is typically characterised by a musical timbre and a high frequency, and may occur as a result of various valve diseases. It is usually described as …

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