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  1. Assuming normal intracardiac pressures, all of the following statements are true concerning blood flow during
    ventricular systole except blood travels from the:
    a. left ventricle to the aorta
    b. right ventricle to the pulmonary artery
    c. vena cava to the right atrium
    d. left atrium to the pulmonary veins
    D
  2. When early ventricular systolic pressure exceeds atrial pressures the atrioventricular valves will:
    a. open
    b. close
    c. be unaffected
    d. cannot be predicted
    B
  3. When ventricular systolic pressure exceeds arterial pressure the semi-lunar valves will:
    a. open
    b. close
    c. be unaffected
    d. cannot be predicted
    A
  4. When ventricular diastolic pressure falls below arterial pressure the semi-lunar valves will:
    a. open
    b. close
    c. be unaffected
    d. cannot be predicted
    B
  5. When ventricular pressure falls below atrial pressure the atrioventricular valves will:
    a. open
    b. close
    c. be unaffected
    d. cannot be predicted
    A
  6. Atrioventricular valve regurgitation will increase the atrial wave called the:
    a. a
    b. c
    c. x
    d. v
    D
  7. Atrial fibrillation will cause which of the following atrial waves to be absent?
    a. a
    b. c
    c. x
    d. v
    A
  8. Atrioventricular valve stenosis will lead to an increase in the atrial wave called the:
    a. a wave
    b. c wave
    c. x wave
    d. v wave
    A
  9. Which of the following cardiac diseases is associated with steep atrial x and y descents?
    a. mitral regurgitation
    b. tricuspid stenosis
    c. constrictive pericarditis
    d. semilunar valve stenosis
    C
  10. All of the following will directly increase ventricular systolic pressure except:
    a. aortic stenosis
    b. mitral stenosis
    c. systemic hypertension
    d. pulmonary hypertension
    B
  11. All of the following cardiac diseases will lead to an increase in left ventricular end diastolic pressure except:
    a. congestive heart failure
    b. constrictive pericarditis
    c. tricuspid stenosis
    d. diastolic dysfunction
    C
  12. All of the following may increase pulmonary artery pressures except:
    a. atrial septal defect
    b. coronary artery disease
    c. mitrial stenosis
    d. tricuspid regurgitation
    D

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