Medical MCQ: Pulmonary edema

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Post title *:Pulmonary edema
MCQ*:Which of the following is correct regarding pulmonary edema in CCF and in ARDS

A) CCF - transudate and does not resolve easily and result in organisation with scarring
B) ARDS - all the alveoli are affected uniformly ( homogeneously distributed )
C) ARDS - neutrophils play an imortant role in pathogenesis . Chest x-ray shows bilateral infiltrastes , characteristically sparing the Costophrenic angles.
D) CCF - intrapulmonary shunting , refractory to O2 therapy.
E) ARDS - V/Q mismatch , improves with O2 therapy
Publisher Name:Abdullah (MRMC Glb)

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