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Heart Mitral Valves

Which of following statements about mitral valve prolapse is correct
A. Diagnosis of mitral valve prolapse rarely can be made before symptoms occur.
B. Mitral Valve prolapse is seen in approximately 0.7% of population
C. Mitral Valve prolapse usually causes a mid-diastolic click
D. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and another connective tissue diseases are associated with Mitral Valve prolapse
E. Mitral Valve prolapse is more common in males more than 40 years of age
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D. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and another connective tissue diseases are associated with Mitral Valve prolapse

And the other disease is that causes MVP is Marfan syndrome, causing MVP and other myxomatous degeneration of MV.
Not mid diastolic click; it's instead a mid systolic click followed by a murmur, palpitation, chest pain, rupture of chordae T.
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I ll go with D
A- most often, asymptomatic
B-i have no idea of that number
C-Mid-systolic click
E-More common in female
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D. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and another connective tissue diseases are associated with Mitral Valve prolapse
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Will go with D
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will go with D also.
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yeah D for sure. i agree!
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