Valvular Heart Disease Quizzes & Trivia


A Valvular disease is one characterized by damage to one or more of the valves in the heart. Signs and symptoms of heart valve disease may include abnormal sound when a doctor is listening to the heart beating with a...

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    A 44-year-old woman with no known past medical history except for a "heart murmur" noticed in her early teenage years, has sudden onset of "crushing substernal chest pain, radiating to the back".  She then becomes severely hypotensive and unresponsive.  What is the most likely diagnosis?



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    Less than what cm is considered in Mitral stenosis where hemodynamic changes becomes clinically appearant?


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    There are four main valvular heart diseases: Stenosis, prolapse, insuffiency and regurgitation.




Valvular Heart Disease Questions and Answers


  • A 44-year-old woman with no known past medical history except for a heart murmur noticed in her early teenage years, has sudden onset of crushing substernal chest pain, radiating to the back.  She then becomes severely hypotensive and unresponsive.  What is the most likely diagnosis?
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  • A 32-year-old male who has been diagnosed as having aortic stenosis secondary to a bicuspid aortic valve develops classical angina pectoris after running 1.5 miles on uphill terrain. He consults a physician who confirms the diagnosis and determines that on examination his BP is 140/60 mmHg, and the patient has a harsh systolic ejection murmur radiating to the neck accompanied by a diastolic murmur compatible with associated aortic regurgitation. What is the mechanism for his chest pain most likely to be?
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  • A 30 year old woman presents for a routine checkup.  She has no complaints and denies previous medical problems.  On heart examination, the patient has a loud S1.  She has a low-pitched mid-to-late diastolic murmur that is heard best at the apex.  Immediately preceding the murmur is a loud extra sound.  Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
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  • Less than what cm is considered in Mitral stenosis where hemodynamic changes becomes clinically appearant?
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  • Which of the following is associated with increase in LA pressure, pulmonary venous capillary pressure, transudation of plasma into the lung interstitum and alveoli. Pt is in risk for Pulmonary HTN, CHF,  and LA enlargement
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  • Left Atrium enlargement in mitral stenosis can cause this time of arrythmia (most common)?
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  • There are four main valvular heart diseases: Stenosis, prolapse, insuffiency and regurgitation.
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  • Peooplw who have had rheumatic fever are predisposed to developing heart valve diseases.
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