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Defect located in the RVOT inferior to the pulmonic valve. subpulmonic stenosis b. supracristal VSD c. inlet VSD d. membranous VSD e. outlet ASD Note....

Defect located in the RVOT inferior to the pulmonic valve.

a. subpulmonic stenosis

b. supracristal VSD

c. inlet VSD

d. membranous VSD

e. outlet ASD


Note....subpulmonic stenosis isn't correct because I got it wrong on my exam.

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