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Echocardiography Board Review Sample Question 1

A 21-year-old male with a history of heart transplant had this echocardiogram. The short-axis and four-chamber color flow shows:

  • AMild tricuspid regurgitation
  • BModerate tricuspid regurgitation
  • CSevere tricuspid regurgitation
  • DNone of the above
Echocardiography Board Review Sample Question 2

A 70-year-old female with a history of Hodgkin’s lymphoma and a history of radiation therapy had an echocardiogram for complaints of shortness of breath. The parasternal long- and short-axis images are suggestive of:


  • ANormal valves
  • BRadiation-induced aortic valve calcification
  • CEndocarditis of the aortic valve
  • DRheumatic changes of the aortic valve

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