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BOF: 2.11

A 56-year-old male who has hypertension with evidence of end-organ damage has been started on captopril for control of his hypertension. Shortly after this he develops a dry irritating cough. Clinical examination of his chest is unremarkable and his chest x-ray is clear. In this patient the dry cough is likely to be due to inhibition of breakdown of:

a)      Bradykinin

b)      Histamine

c)      Serotonin

d)      Kallikrein

e)    Endothelin

 

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