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BOF: 106

A 14-year-old male has had a cardiac catheterisation to document the diagnosis of an abnormality of his heart.

The results are as follows:

Chamber

Pressure in mm Hg

% Oxygen saturation

Superior vena cava

 

68

Inferior vena cava

 

64

Right atrium

10

82

Right ventricle

25/0

81

Pulmonary artery

25/10

81

Left atrium

10

96

Left ventricle

110/0

95

Femoral

Artery

110/50

95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this patient, on auscultation of the heart one may hear:

a)      Loud single second heart sound

b)      Soft single second heart sound

c)      Fixed splitting of the second heart sound

d)      Reversed splitting of the second heart sound

e)      Varying split of the second heart sound

 

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