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Problem: What causes the abnormal swishing or whooshing sound that is heard as blood regurgitates back into an atrium from its associated ventricle?a. pulmonary trunk expansionb. blood turbulencec. semilunar valve closured. aortic recoil

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What causes the abnormal swishing or whooshing sound that is heard as blood regurgitates back into an atrium from its associated ventricle?

a. pulmonary trunk expansion

b. blood turbulence

c. semilunar valve closure

d. aortic recoil

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