4. How can the murmur of mitral valve regurgitation be distinguished from the Galliveridin phenomenon?

A. If mitral regurgitation is present the murmur at the cardiac apex will become softer with handgrip exercises

B. If mitral regurgitation is present the murmur at the cardiac apex will become louder with transient arterial occlusion

C. If mitral regurgitation is present the murmur at the cardiac apex will become louder with handgrip exercises

D. If mitral regurgitation is present the murmur at the cardiac apex will become softer with transient arterial occlusion

E. B and C are correct

F. A and D are correct
 

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