I believe names associated with clinical signs or murmurs help to bring curiosity and are a tribute to the inventor. These are called eponyms. Below is a summary list of various murmurs with eponyms or we may call it murmonyms.
Cary coombs murmur-Rheumatic fever mitral valvulitis.Other mechanisms are choral rupture,annular dilatation.
Rivero Carvallo sign-Inspiratory augmentation of tricuspid regurgitation murmur.
Reverse Rivero carvallo sign -Inspiratory decrease of TR murmur in right sided HCM and straight back syndrome.
Austin flint murmur-MDM in severe aortic regurgitation.
Key Hodgkin murmur-Murmur with a quality of “sawing wood” in AR due to cusp retroflexion.
Cole Cecil murmur -AR murmur heard in axilla.
Cooing dove murmur -Cusp prolapse in acute AR.Also heard in acute MR.
Some physicians have described it as sound produced by rubbing leather of shoe 👞 with each other.
Graham steell murmur-Early decrescendo diastolic murmur in pulmonary hypertension which increases with inspiration.
Congenital heart disease
Roger murmur -Loud murmur of small ventricular septal defect.
Train in tunnel/Gibson murmur- Continous murmur of PDA with eddy sounds in between.
High flow situation
Cabot Locke murmur-Early diastolic murmur at the base in anemia.
Lerman Means scratch -Midsystolic murmur in basal areas in hyperthyroidism.
Stills vibratory murmur-Medium to long systolic murmur at the left lower sternal border due to vibration of chordae in children.
Dock’s murmur-Diastolic murmur in proximal left anterior descending artery stenosis.
Rytand murmur- Middiastolic murmur in complete AV block.