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Heart disease in reptiles remains infrequently reported in the veterinary literature, as do successful treatments. 1–6 Congestive heart failure has been diagnosed in snakes, chelonians, and lizards. 7–10 , a Related clinical findings are

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screen cats with subclinical (occult) HCM because they appear to have a higher risk of adverse outcomes, such as congestive heart failure (CHF) or unexpected death, than healthy cats with certain interventions—anesthesia, administration of glucocorticoids

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cardiovascular disease included cardiomyopathy followed by myocarditis and arteriosclerosis. Of those rabbits, 33.9% were diagnosed with congestive heart failure, indicating it may happen more common than previously thought. 13 There are studies evaluating

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congestive heart failure. 1,2 There is no single test that provides a definitive diagnosis of ARVC. Instead, the diagnosis is defined by a combination of findings, which include postmortem histologic detection of fibrofatty replacement of myocardium in the

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severe MVD can develop congestive heart failure, and the prognosis for such dogs is poor. 2 The circulating hormones ANP and B-type natriuretic peptide are primarily synthesized by the heart and released into the blood in response to atrial and

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of clinical signs of congestive heart failure, unexplained tachycardia, or anomaly at cardiac auscultation (murmur or muffled heart rate). Medical records and necropsy records of all cows that underwent TTE during the study period were reviewed. Cows

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examination findings, results of radiographic and echocardiographic examinations, presence of congestive heart failure (CHF), and presence of any primary respiratory disease. Radiographic examination Radiographic examinations were performed using a

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investigation to determine whether or not L-CHF or respiratory disease exists. ABBREVIATIONS CHF Congestive heart failure CV Coefficient of variation DCM Dilated cardiomyopathy LA Left atrium LA:Ao Left atrial-to-aortic ratio L-CHF Left

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arrhythmias, congestive heart failure (CHF), and pulmonary hypertension. 2 The determining factors for this variation in disease progression among dogs are not fully understood. A substantial amount of literature is available describing MMVD in Cavalier King

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