A 6-month-old infant presents to the clinic with failure to thrive, a history of frequent respiratory infections, and increasing
exhaustion during feedings. On physical examination, a systolic murmur is detected, no central cyanosis, and chest radiography reveals cardiomegaly. An echocardiogram is done that shows left-to-right shunting. This assessment data is characteristic of what?
Anna was probably afriad that her grandmother had broken or fractured a bone.
Once old age hits, most people's bones become more fragile and easier to break. Had her fears been justified (Given that my answer is correct), then 2 months after the fall, her grandmother may experience difficulty moving as she once did.
Sorry if its no help, but im pretty sure its the right answer.