4.5 of 8 Ratings
A 5-year-old girl presents to the physician with increased muscle cramping in her lower extremities after walking extended distances. The young girl is in the 10th percentile for height. Her past medical history is notable only for a cystic hygroma detected shortly after birth. Which of the following findings is most likely in this patient?
Decreased blood pressure in the upper and lower extremities
Barr bodies on buccal smear
Endocardial cushion defect
Inferior erosion of the ribs
Apparent hypertrophy of the calves
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