Heart Clinical Pathologic Correlation Quiz
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A 67-year-old male presents to the clinic with complaints of dyspnea and swelling of his feet and ankles. On physical exam you identify crackles in the bases of the lungs bilaterally. What other physical exam findings would you expect?CorrectIncorrect
The development of a new drug that blocks vasoconstriction is being tested in a lab. The drug acts by blocking an enzyme that converts a lesser active peptide to stronger hormonally active peptide. The drug mimics the action of what existing current medication indicated in the management of congestive heart failure?CorrectIncorrect