A 50-year-old man is admitted for congestive heart failure. He has no history of chest pain or ethanol abuse. On physical examination he has a blood pressure of 190/120 mm Hg, mild hepatosplenomegaly, and no cardiac murmur. The heart failure is most likely due to:
A. myocardiopathy
B. myocardial infarct
C. aortic stenosis D. hypertension
E. pulmonary emboli

rg122074 Asked question June 5, 2021