Cardiology MCQ 034

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A 93 year old man has a syncopal episode after being well most of his life. Workup reveals aortic stenosis and you plan to operate. You expect to find:

A. A calculated triscupid aortic valve without fused commisures; a normal mitral valve for age
VALVULAR HEART DISEASE Identifying and managing mitral and aortic lesionsB. A calcified tricuspid aortic valve without fused commisures; a normal mitral valve with fused, thickened chordae
C. A calcified tricuspid aortic valve with fused commisures; a normal mitral valve for age
D. A calcified bicuspid aortic valve; a normal mitral valve for age
E. A calcified bicuspid aortic valve: a calcified pulmonic valve

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