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precordium /pre·cor·di·um/ (-kor´de-um) pl. precor´dia the region of the anterior surface of the body covering the heart and lower thorax.

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Examining the Precordium and the Heart
William C. Roberts. Examining the Precordium and the Heart http://chestjournal.
a Blow to the Precordium by Paroxysmal Ventricular Tachycardia
Carl Bornemann and David Scherf a Blow to the Precordium by.
Cutaneous pain may be the expression of a pathologic precordium 3
precordium 3 is not always easy was remarked by Mac- kenzie,4 who this paper the term precordium will be used according to the second defini- tion.
are frequently referred to a gastroen- terologist." arms, or precordium
arms, or precordium.
Auscultation of the Heart
Auscultation of the precordium with a stethoscope will reveal an audible S1 and S2. These normal heart sounds are generated by valve closures (Figure 2).

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Tachycardia and an enlarged cardiac silhouette in an adolescent male
Cardiac examination revealed a quiet precordium. There was marked tachycardia with distant heart sounds. There were no murmurs, rubs, or S3 or S4 gallops.

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Precordium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In anatomy, the precordium (praecordium in British English) is the portion of the body over the heart and lower chest.
Precordial examination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
precordium - definition of precordium in the Medical dictionary - by
precordium /pre·cor·di·um/ (-kor´de-um) pl. precor´dia the region of the anterior surface of the body covering the heart and lower thorax.
Palpating the Precordium.D.3bdo - YouTube
Mar 20, 2010 Palpating the Precordium.D.3bdo.
Precordium - Medical Definition and More from Merriam-Webster
Dictionary; Thesaurus; Spanish; Medical; Concise Encyclopedia. precordium. pre ·cor·di·um.

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