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What are the named murmurs in cardiology?

Following are the named murmurs.
Still's Murmur
It is the innocent musical murmur ,seen in children.
Austin flint murmur
Mid diastolic murmur heard in apex in patients with aortic regurgitation.
Roger's murmur
It is the loud pansystolic murmur which is heard maximally at the left sternal border.  Heard in Ventricular septal defect (VSD).
Graham Steell murmur
Early diastolic murmur which is heard over Erb's point.Heard in pulmonic insufficiency, secondary to pulmonary hypertension and mitral stenosis.
Carey Coombs murmur
Mid diastolic murmur, heard in acute rheumatic valvulitis.
Rytands murmur 
Occur in complete heart block, this is a mid diastolic  murmur.
Docks murmur
This is a diastolic murmur, occur in left anterior descending (LAD) artery stenosis.
Mill wheel murmur 
Heard  due to air in right ventricular cavity following cardiac catheterization.
Cabot– Locke murmur
Diastolic murmur heard best at the left sternal border. heard in anemic patients .The murmur resolves with treatment of anemia.
Gibsons murmur
Continuous murmur heard in patent ductus arteriosis.Best heard at the left upper sternal border.
Key–Hodgkin Murmur
The Key–Hodgkin murmur is a diastolic murmur of aortic regurgitation .Hodgkin correlated this diastolic murmur with retroversion of the aortic valve leaflets ,seen  in syphilitic aortic regurgitation.