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  kashmala - 11/06/06 22:53
 
  Myocarditis in a 14-year-old female is characterized
microscopically by focal interstitial inflammation with As-
choff nodules and Anitschkow cells. This is accompanied
by the gross appearance of a verrucous endocarditis and a
fibrinous pericarditis. This pancarditis resolves over the en-
suing weeks. Which of the following complications of this
process is most likely to be seen in this patient 20 years
later?
O (A) Aortic stenosis
O (B) Right ventricular dilation
O (C) Constrictive pericarditis
O (D) Mitral valve prolapse
O (E) Left ventricular anemNsm
 
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  surgeon1982 - 11/06/06 23:05
 
  d MVP with MR  
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  leschnyhan - 11/06/06 23:07
 
  A----  
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  shawn3387 - 11/06/06 23:09
 
  D?/  
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  jjliu - 11/07/06 01:22
 
  A.  
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  niyati82 - 11/07/06 01:31
 
  history s/o
rheumatic fever.
and inrheumatic fever immediate complicatiion is MR or AR
but after 20 years stenosis of valve becuase of healing of lesions on valves may cause stenosisof valves and mitral stenosis is a common complication so b cause of MS i think rigtht ventricular dilation may be the answer...
plz correct me if i m wrong....
 
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  student2000 - 11/07/06 01:49
 
  D..  
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