Another murmur we have, a systolic murmur called pulmonic stenosis. That’s an issue with the pulmonic valve between the ventricle and the lungs. And we would hear that with the stethoscope as well and that has its own characteristic sound. And another murmur we have is called tricuspid regurgitation, meaning the tricuspid valve is leaky. So we have aortic stenosis and pulmonic stenosis and mitral regurgitation and tricuspid regurgitation. Those are the most common murmurs we hear during systole or when the heart is ejecting blood.