machinery murmur ma·chin·er·y murmur (mə-shē'nə-rē, -shēn'rē)
See Gibson murmur.
The machinery murmur had ceased to be audible to himself, and was by no means loud or very widely distributed.
Aneurismal varix, when pure, was evidenced by the presence of purring thrill and machinery murmur alone.
A month later when the wound was healed a typical thrill and machinery murmur were noticed.
The wall is fairly firm, pulsation is both visible and palpable, and a well-marked thrill and machinery murmur are present.
A large diffuse pulsating swelling developed on the right side of the neck, with well-marked thrill and machinery murmur.
Purring thrill and machinery murmur were still present, but the former was slight, and palpable only with the lightest pressure.
machinery murmur and a well-marked thrill, most palpable to the inner side of the superficial femoral artery, were noted.