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radiography revealed marked cardiomegaly with minimal pleural and abdominal effusions. Echocardiography revealed a large right atrium secondary to a complex congenital heart defect consisting of an infundibular fibrous ridge in the right ventricle that was

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the thorax revealed no pulmonary abnormalities or pleural effusion. Ultrasonographic examination of the abdomen revealed that the right ventral colon wall was markedly thickened and heavily folded. Abdominocentesis yielded yellow, cloudy fluid with a

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effusion was also evident, indicative of ongoing CHF. Electrocardiography was performed. ECG Interpretation A 6-lead ECG recording was obtained with the cat in sternal position ( Figure 1 ). The recording showed frequent paroxysms of a regular, narrow

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by the Simpson method of disks], 24%; reference range, 1 46.7% to 80.7%). All heart chamber sizes were within reference limits. Trivial pericardial effusion was identified. Thoracic radiography revealed equivocal enlargement of the cardiac silhouette

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