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An 13-year-old girl presents for evaluation of short stature (<10th percentile)...

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asked Apr 13, 2014 in Pediatrics by Rajesh Bahara
An 13-year-old girl presents for evaluation of short stature (<10th percentile) and absence of breast development. Her mother reports that the patient was the same height as her peers until a few years ago. On physical exam, patient is found to have appropriate pubic hair and normal external female genitalia. There were no other significant findings except for elevated blood pressure in both arms and weak femoral pulses. What is the patient's most likely cardiac defect?

a. Tetralogy of Fallot

b. Epstein's anomaly

c. Patent ductus arteriosus

d. Coarctation of the aorta

e. Eisenmenger's syndrome

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d. Coarctation of the aorta
answered Apr 13, 2014 by Rajesh Bahara

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