Adults can develop abnormal heart murmurs due to acquired heart valve problems. In some cases, the abnormality is also congenital or present at birth but is not discovered until much later. Two common types are stenosis, which involves valves permitting too little blood, and regurgitation when valves leak and do not close properly.
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