A 45-year-old Indian female with a history of rheumatic fever presents to the outpatient clinic with dyspnea, fatigue, lower leg edema, dry cough with scanty amount of rusty sputum, and abdominal distension. Physical examination reveals cyanosis, pedal edema, ascites, and rales in the both lower lung field. A chest X-ray reveals left atrial enlargement and pulmonary edema. Which of the following is the most likely type of heart failure seen in this patient?
E.chronic biventricular HF