Müller’s Sign.

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Müller's Sign.

N Engl J Med. 2013 Oct 10;369(15):e19

Authors: Rama Chandran S, Balakrishnan RK

A 43-year-old man with history of rheumatic heart disease presented with a 2-month history of palpitations and breathlessness. On examination, the pulse was regular at 110 beats per minute, and the blood pressure was 180/40 mm Hg. He had a bounding carotid pulse (Corrigan's sign), a collapsing brachial pulse, pistol-shot sounds heard over the femoral arteries (Traube's sign), and a hyperdynamic apex that was shifted laterally and inferiorly. Inspection of the oral cavity showed systolic pulsations of the uvula (Müller's sign; see video). On auscultation, there was a grade 3 early diastolic murmur at the left sternal border and a . . .

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