On the recent improvements in the art of distinguishing the diseases of the Heart, being the Lumleyan lectures delivered before the Royal College of Physicians, in the year 1829
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acute inflammation acute pericarditis adhesion affection Andral aneurysm aorta aortic valves apoplexy arise ascending aorta auricular contraction auscultation Baillie bellows-sound Bertin blood cardiac region cartilages cartilaginous cause cavity chest chronic congestion constriction Corvisart death diagnosis Dublin Hospital Reports dyspnoea effusion existed external fibrine fluid frequently heard heart heart's action hydrothorax hypertrophy and dilatation impulse induration inflammatory instance irregularity Laennec left auricle left auriculo-ventricular opening left half left side left ventricle lining membrane loudest lungs Medico-Chirurgical Transactions mentioned middle coats mitral valve morbid anatomy morbid appearance mouth narrowing natural never observed obstruction occasionally occurs ossification pain palpitation parietes partial patient pericardium physician PLATE pleura portion preternatural sound produced pulmonary artery pulsation pulse quantity rheumatism ribs right auricle right side right ventricle rupture seat seen semilunar valves serous sometimes sternum stethoscope substance symptoms thick thickened tion tricle tricuspid valve tumour ulceration usually ventricular action vessels violent