medschulWhy can it not be arterial hypertension?+2019-06-16T22:28:29Z
meningitisI think Arterial HTN is referring to Pulmonary Artery HTN which would be present in LT HF in the long run with RT HF and edema. Pulm HTN would cause a backflow, and doesn't really answer the question "explain the patients Dyspnea". At least, that's how I saw it. Hope this helped.+22019-06-19T05:44:48Z
sugaplumthe question has 2 murmurs, so does she have aortic stenosis too?
i guess it is not relevant since it asked for what is causing her SOB+2019-06-23T00:18:13Z
nukie404I guess pulmonary HTN would happen in response to increased pressure after the edema happens, and would cause backflow (to the RV) over pulmonary edema.+2019-10-05T12:22:50Z
aisel1787she's not so old! stupid comment+2020-01-12T19:56:43Z
krewfoo99@kimcharito Aortic stenosis radiates to the carotids
FA pg. 285 (2018)+2019-10-20T20:49:18Z