HELP Needed Distinguishing Left/Right-Sided Heart Failure

  1. i'm havin' trouble with my homework...

    i have to classify the following cardiovascular disorders as to left-sided or right-sided...
    [color=#870052]aneurysm - [color=#870052]angina pectoris - [color=#870052]angioneurotic edema - [color=#870052]aortic valve stenosis - [color=#870052]arrhythmia - [color=#870052]arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia - [color=#870052]arteriosclerosis - [color=#870052]arteriovenous malformations - [color=#870052]atrial fibrillation - [color=#870052]behcet syndrome - [color=#870052]bradycardia - [color=#870052]cardiac tamponade - [color=#870052]cardiomegaly - [color=#870052]cardiomyopathy, dilated - [color=#870052]cardiomyopathy, hypertrophic - [color=#870052]cardiomyopathy, restrictive - [color=#870052]cardiovascular diseases - [color=#870052]carotid stenosis - [color=#870052]cerebral hemorrhage - [color=#870052]churg-strauss syndrome - [color=#870052]ebstein's anomaly - [color=#870052]eisenmenger complex - [color=#870052]embolism, cholesterol - [color=#870052]endocarditis, bacterial - [color=#870052]fibromuscular dysplasia - [color=#870052]heart block - [color=#870052]heart defects, congenital - [color=#870052]heart diseases - [color=#870052]heart failure, congestive - [color=#870052]heart valve diseases - [color=#870052]hematoma, epidural, cranial - [color=#870052]hematoma, subdural - [color=#870052]hippel-lindau disease - [color=#870052]hyperemia - [color=#870052]hypertension - [color=#870052]hypertrophy, left ventricular - [color=#870052]hypertrophy, right ventricular - [color=#870052]hypoplastic left heart syndrome - [color=#870052]hypotension - [color=#870052]intermittent claudication - [color=#870052]intracranial aneurysm - [color=#870052]klippel-trenaunay-weber syndrome - [color=#870052]lateral medullary syndrome - [color=#870052]long qt syndrome - [color=#870052]microvascular angina - [color=#870052]mitral valve prolapse - [color=#870052]moyamoya disease - [color=#870052]mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome - [color=#870052]myocardial infarction - [color=#870052]myocardial ischemia - [color=#870052]myocarditis - [color=#870052]pericarditis - [color=#870052]peripheral vascular diseases - [color=#870052]phlebitis - [color=#870052]polyarteritis nodosa - [color=#870052]postpericardiotomy syndrome - [color=#870052]pulmonary atresia - [color=#870052]raynaud disease - [color=#870052]sneddon syndrome - [color=#870052]superior vena cava syndrome - [color=#870052]tachycardia - [color=#870052]takayasu's arteritis - [color=#870052]telangiectasia, hereditary hemorrhagic - [color=#870052]telangiectasis - [color=#870052]temporal arteritis - [color=#870052]tetralogy of fallot - [color=#870052]thromboangiitis obliterans - [color=#870052]thrombophlebitis - [color=#870052]thrombosis - [color=#870052]tricuspid atresia - [color=#870052]varicose veins - [color=#870052]vascular diseases - [color=#870052]vasculitis - [color=#870052]vasospasm, intracranial - [color=#870052]ventricular fibrillation - [color=#870052]williams syndrome - [color=#870052]wolff-parkinson-white syndrome -

    can anyone out there help me? pretty puhleeze... :d

    help is highly appreciated...
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  2. 3 Comments

  3. by   decartes
    For a quick note, R side affects the body and L affects the lungs.
  4. by   waques1984
    Quote from decartes
    For a quick note, R side affects the body and L affects the lungs.
    Thank you very much... I find this very useful indeed! :spin:
  5. by   sirI

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