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prospectively enrolled after diagnosis of first-onset L-CHF. Congestive heart failure diagnosis was made on the basis of a combination of clinical and diagnostic findings, including results of echocardiography performed by a board-certified veterinary

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, congestive heart failure, peritoneal effusion, abdominal masses, or diaphragmatic hernias. The microhepatia group included dogs with a PSS confirmed by CT. 8 The hepatomegaly group included dogs with diagnoses associated with an enlarged liver, such as

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heart failure. Poor coat quality (matting and shedding) have been described as well. Palpably enlarged thyroid gland lobes are evident in approximately 90% of hyperthyroid cats, 47,49,52,60 although normally sized thyroid glands have also been reported

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- and postcontrast CT scans, and morphology of the hepatic and portal vasculature. Dogs were excluded from the study when they had portosystemic vascular anomalies, congestive heart failure, renal failure, dehydration, or hypertension. To achieve a

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. 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2006.tb02829.x 2. Kittleson MD Eyster GE Kowlen GG , et al. Myocardial function in small dogs with chronic mitral regurgitation and severe congestive heart failure . J Am Vet Med Assoc 1984 ; 184 : 455 – 459 . 3

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Vet Med 2007 ; 5 : 43 – 48 . 23. Lord P , Hansson K , Kvart C , et al. Rate of change of heart size before congestive heart failure in dogs with mitral regurgitation . J Small Anim Pract 2010 ; 51 : 210 – 218 . 20406369 10.1111/j

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