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We have a15-year-old girl with a complaint of chest pain. She states the pain has come and gone over the past year, but has increased in frequency over the past few weeks. She describes it as a sharp pain over her left chest. Physical exam is normal. Cardiac examination reveals a late systolic murmur preceded by a click at the apex. No heave or rub is present. An electrocardiogram and chest x-ray film are unremarkable. What is the pathology? Will she need antibiotics prior to say… dental procedures? 1-Tetralogy of Fallot 2-Atrial septal defect 3-Ventricular septal defect 4-Mitral stenosis 5-Mitral valve prolapse 6-Mitral regurg

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We have a15-year-old girl with a complaint of chest pain. She states the pain has come and gone over the past year, but has increased in frequency over the past few weeks. She describes it as a sharp pain over her left chest. Physical exam is normal. Cardiac examination reveals a late systolic murmur preceded by a click at the apex. No heave or rub is present. An electrocardiogram and chest x-ray film are unremarkable. What is the pathology? Will she need antibiotics prior to say… dental procedures?

1-Tetralogy of Fallot
2-Atrial septal defect
3-Ventricular septal defect
4-Mitral stenosis
5-Mitral valve prolapse
6-Mitral regurg

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