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A) describes Aortic Regurgitation. B) describes Mitral stenosis. C) describes Aortic stenosis. D) describes a PDA.
Can be VSD rupture too
ALSO remember that this is probably due to posteromedial papillary muscle because it only has 1 blood supply (PDA from RCA if right dominant, from LCX if left dominant) while the anterolateral papillary muscle has dual blood supply. This of course is in the left ventricle -> papillary muscle rupture -> mitral regurgitation
At risk of sounding like a complete moron, why isn't A pulmonary regurgitation, B tricuspid stenosis, C pulmonary stenosis, D PDA, and E VSD?
Rephrase: why isn't A) aortic or pulmonary regurg, B) mitral stenosis, C) pulmonary stenosis, D) PDA, and E) VSD
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FA 2019, P. 304:
2-7 days following an MI, there can be a papillary muscle rupture, leading to mitral regurgitation. Thus the murmur in the answer, specifically the description of holosystolic and cardiac apex