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    Which of the following scenarios would be most likely to cause a weak point in the aorta to rupture, and why? Which of the following scenarios would be most likely to cause a weak point in the aorta to rupture, and why?

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    A)High systolic, because when the heart pumps, the pressure inside the aorta would be greatest, causing the weak spot to rupture outward. B)Low systolic, because when the heart pumps, the pressure surrounding the aorta would be greatest, causing the weak spot to rupture inward. C)High diastolic, because when the heart relaxes, the pressure inside the aorta would be greatest, causing the weak spot to rupture outward. D)Low diastolic, because when the heart relaxes, the pressure surrounding the aorta would be greatest, causing the weak spot to rupture inward.

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    @Rushwr Sry I'm only asking you, but I'm on a time limited exam and I ran into it completely clueless

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    and you also know what you're doing

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    High systolic, because when the heart pumps, the pressure inside the aorta would be greatest, causing the weak spot to rupture outward

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    thank you

  7. Rushwr
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    An aneurysm is a weakened spot in the walls of the vessel. If it bursts, blood can escape from the aorta, creating a life threatening situation.

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    anytime @Alexthaut I'm sorry cuz I am unable to give u more info about it. cuz it already says about the reason right?

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