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Other manoeuvres are described2,13 but are rarely performed in general practice. How reliable is the examination in the diagnosis of a cardiac murmur? Two systematic reviews found that cardiologists were good at deciding, on the basis of the clinical examination, whether systolic4 and diastolic14 murmurs were innocent, doubtful or an indication of cardiac disorder, although the evidence from some settings was less impressive than from others. 2 However, auscultation of the heart is a skill in which the performance of nonspecialists is very different.