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(145 mEq/L; reference interval, 153 to 162 mEq/L), and hyperkalemia (6.6 mEq/L; reference interval, 3.6 to 5.8 mEq/L). Thoracic radiography revealed cardiomegaly without evidence of pulmonary edema or pleural effusion. Echocardiographically, there was

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effusion, evidence of chronic cholecystitis, and possible localized peritonitis in the portal region; rupture of the gall bladder was suspected. Abdominal fluid analysis revealed a modified transudate, and pre-and postprandial serum bile acids

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referral evaluation, thoracic radiography was performed by the referring veterinarian, which revealed that the cat had mild pleural effusion. At the veterinary teaching hospital, the cat was quiet, alert, and eupneic. Cardiac auscultation revealed a grade 3

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by the referring veterinarian 2 months later, abdominal effusion was detected. At that time, thoracic radiography revealed evidence of mild pulmonary edema. An abdominocentesis was performed, and the dog was treated with furosemide (4 mg/kg [1.8 mg

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Publishing Co , 1994 ; 511 – 536 . 6. MacDonald KA , Cagney O , Magne L . Echocardiographic and clinicopathologic characterization of pericardial effusion in dogs: 107 cases (1985–2006) . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2009 ; 235 : 1456 – 1461 . 7

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-wave amplitude of QRS complexes can be a result of pericardial effusion, and low-voltage complexes have been detected in cats, dogs, and humans with pleural effusion, pneumothorax, pulmonary thromboembolism, obesity, hypothyroidism, and variations in blood

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), and mitral regurgitation with suspected congestive heart failure (scant pericardial and pleural effusion) diagnosed ultrasonographically 6 months prior to presentation. The cat was managed on pimobendan (1.25 mg, PO, q 12 h), enalapril (0.625 mg, PO, q

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reevaluated 6 years after valvuloplasty because of signs of congestive heart failure. Electrocardiography revealed atrial fibrillation (AF) with a rapid rate of 220 beats/min. The dog had echocardiographic evidence of pleural effusion, severe left atrial

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this report. The QRS amplitude is dependent on cardiac, extracardiac, and measurement-related factors. Cardiac factors include the volume of intracardiac blood, 14 myocardial mass, 15 and pericardial effusion. 16 Extracardiac factors include the

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cardiomegaly, mild pleural effusion, and a moderate interstitial pattern. An echocardiographic examination revealed a moderately large right atrium and markedly large left atrium, mild mitral valve regurgitation, and moderate biventricular eccentric hypertrophy

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