All babies are born with a foramen (hole) between the left and right atria. This

All babies are born with a foramen (hole) between the left and right atria. This hole normally close Show more All babies are born with a foramen (hole) between the left and right atria. This hole normally closes shortly after birth. In some cases however it does not. What implications would this birth defect have on blood circulation and the oxygenation of blood going to tissues? A. Some blood would bypass the lungs but this would not affect oxygen levels in blood that goes to the tissues. B. More blood would flow to atria increasing blood flow and oxygen going to the tissues. C. Some blood would bypass the lungs decreasing oxygen available to tissues. SubmitMy AnswersGive Up Show less

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