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cardiomyopathy through echocardiography. Investigators in another study 12 used echocardiography to identify cardiomyopathy in 16% of apparently healthy cats. Of those cats with cardiomyopathy, only a third had a heart murmur when examined by a board

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urinalysis or serum biochemical results (7), audible heart murmur (5), hyperthyroidism (2), blood collection or analysis problems (2), or positive FIV test result (1). All of the 72 remaining cats (34 males and 38 females) had been neutered before 1 year of

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parameters of all dogs were within anticipated limits. No respiratory abnormalities were detected during thoracic auscultation. Results of biochemical analyses and CBCs were unremarkable. One of the dogs had a grade 2/6 left-sided systolic heart murmur and

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research