PMID: 39522Jul 1, 1979

Noisy circulation syndrome. Study of 28 cases

Archivos del Instituto de Cardiología de México
G Sánchez TorresJ Guadalajara

Abstract

Twenty eight subjects with noisy circulation sindrome (NCS) defined as cases at least, with 4 murmurs in different arteries were studied. They were divided in groups A, B, C formed by 9 normal children, 9 peripheral vascular atherosclerosis adults and 10 Takayasu's arteritis cases, respectively. In the whole population a complete chronometric arterial auscultation and in groups B and C an arteriography of at least 3 arteries with murmurs, were performed. Groups A, B and C had 40, 50 and 37 arterial murmurs, respectively, which were predominantly localized in supraortic trunks, pelvic and phemoral arteries, and supraortic and abdominal regions, respectively. 100, 19.1 and 21.1% of

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