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LSBLock, Stock & Barrel
LSBLINUX Standard Base
LSBLutheran Service Book
LSBLaboratory Services Branch (various locations)
LSBLinux Standards Base
LSBLeast Significant Byte
LSBLumbar Sympathetic Block
LSBLiberty Savings Bank (various locations)
LSBLower Sideband (radio transmission mode)
LSBLegal Services Board
LSBLeavey School of Business (Santa Clara University)
LSBLaguna Seca Blue (BMW auto color)
LSBLife Sciences Branch (Statistics Canada)
LSBLaconia Savings Bank (New Hampshire)
LSBLarge Square Bale (hay)
LSBLow Surface Brightness (galaxies)
LSBLegal Studies in Business (various schools)
LSBLokaal Sociaal Beleidsplan (Dutch: Local Social Policy; Belgium)
LSBLower Side Band
LSBLincoln State Bank (various locations)
LSBLong Sleeve Blue (US Air Force)
LSBLanding Support Battalion (USMC)
LSBLeast Significant Bit/Byte
LSBLong Spine Board
LSBLocal Standards Board (various organizations)
LSBLess Said the Better (idiom)
LSBLone Star Bank
LSBLower Sternal Border
LSBLanding Ship Barge
LSBLanding Ship, Bombardment (hull classification; US Navy)
LSBLocus-Specific Bracket
LSBLast Stage Blade
LSBLabor Standards Bureau
LSBLevel Status Block
LSBLiceo Secretarial Bilingue (Guatemalan private school)
LSBLaunch Support Building
LSBLight Splitter Bank
LSBLakeshore Symphonic Band (Cedarburg, WI)
LSBLogistics Support Base
LSBList of Successful Bidders
LSBLogic and Systems Biology (Workshop)
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The systolic ejection murmur in the left lower sternal border is most likely due the previously mentioned significant tricuspid regurgitation.
It's heard during the systolic phase, has a diamond shape, low pitch, medium length, and a vibratory quality It is located in the left lower sternal border, and radiates to the left or right upper sternal border.
A 14-year-old boy at baseball camp complains of exercise-induced sharp chest pain at the left lower sternal border that diminishes with resting and does not awaken him.
Cardiac examination showed grade 3/6 holosystolic murmur at the lower sternal border, which radiated to the axilla, and grade 4/6 early diastolic murmur at the upper left sternal border.