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 Q24 - Physiological and pathologic murmurs  



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Q24 - Physiological and pathologic murmurs can be differentiated

A) Clinically
B) Two dimensional echocardiography
C) Doppler echocardiograpy
D) ECG
E) Stress test




  #2

A.


  #3

Yeah, I think so too. It's A.


  #4

plz give ur reasoning

https://www.prep4usmle.com/community/topic17919.html


  #5

Because Dyastolic murmurs are ALWAYS pathologic and Systolic do not
(just hear those)


  #6

hey ur saying the exact opposite :|





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