Margaret A Booth-Sayer

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CASE DESCRIPTION 2 cats were examined because of congestive heart failure secondary to heartworm infection. CLINICAL FINDINGS One cat had severe abdominal distention and the other had dyspnea secondary to chylothorax. Both had loud right-sided heart murmurs, precordial thrills, and jugular distension. Thoracic radiography revealed cardiomegaly and(More)
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