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.6 to 4.7 g/dL). Doppler echocardiography revealed severe pericardial effusion with fibrinous strands in the pericardial space, mild right atrial and right ventricular enlargement, and mild mitral valve and tricuspid valve regurgitation. Cardiac motion

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Introduction A 10-year-old 39.3-kg sexually intact male Labrador Retriever was referred to a veterinary medical teaching hospital for investigation of pericardial ef-fusion and ascites. Seven days prior to referral, the dog was presented to a

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-volume pericardial effusion (PE) with cardiac tamponade. There was focal pericardial thickening with an associated hyperechoic region of epicardium on the left ventricular free wall. The cardiac base and right auricle appeared normal, and there was no evidence of

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hyperphosphatemia (5.1 mEq/L; reference range, 2.3 to 5.0 mEq/L). Thoracic radiography revealed a diffuse interstitial pattern and possible sternal lymphadenopathy; mild pleural effusion was identified on thoracic-focused assessment for triage. On analysis, the

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A 10-year-old 4.5-kg (9.9-lb) castrated male Siamese cat was referred to the Oradell Animal Hospital because of suspected pericardial and pleural effusions. The cat had been examined immediately prior to the hospital visit by the referring

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) Echocardiography revealed myxomatous atrioventricular valvular disease with severe mitral and tricuspid valve regurgitation, moderate dilation of all cardiac chambers, mild pericardial effusion, and pleural effusion. Also, prominent undulations were noted on both

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the pericardium may also lead to MEA deviation. In cats with peritoneopericardial DH, changes in the position of the heart can result from the herniation of abdominal viscera. 2 Pericardial effusion in cats has also been associated with MEA deviation

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evaluation, the dog had showed signs of relapse of CHF. At the recheck evaluation, a brief thoracic ultrasonographic examination was performed, which revealed no evidence of pleural or pericardial effusion. On physical examination, the dog's heart rate was

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. Echocardiography revealed pericardial effusion with cardiac tamponade and a mixed echogenic mass (1.64 × 1.71 cm) originating from the right auricular appendage, which was assessed as most consistent with cardiac hemangiosarcoma. Initial ECG identified electrical

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/dL]). Ultrasonographic examination of the abdomen revealed marked peritoneal effusion; gastrointestinal tract motility and small intestinal wall thickness were considered normal. An echocardiographic evaluation was performed the day after initial evaluation to determine

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