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Heart conditions

K-9 Fel clin mngt

Cats with dilated cardiomyopathy most likely have a deficiency of Taurine
The primary pathologic change in the heart of a dog with dilated cardiomyopathy is Dilatation of chamber of the heart
When cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy get thromboemboli, 90% of the time it gets lodged where: Aortic trifurcation
Characterize the shunt in a puppy with a patent ductus arteriosus L to R shunt
. Which direction does blood shunt in puppies with atrial septal defects: L to R
Which direction does blood shunt in a dog with a ventricular septal defect: L to R
Pulmonic stenosis results in ___-sided heart failure and aortic stenosis results in __-sided heart failure *Right *Left
blood flow direction of the heart in a dog with Tetralogy of Fallot: L-R Shunt
What is the predominant pathology of a dog with a persistent right 4th aortic arch esophagus obstruction by retained vascular arch causes :megaesophagus
. Mitral valve insufficiency causes ______-sided heat failure and tricuspid valve insufficiency causes ____-sided heart failure *Left *Right
Phlebotomy maintenance is preformed for what condition? What is the goal PCV? Polycythemia *62-68%
____ is the adult form of heart worm and ___ is the larval infective form Dirofilaria immutus *L3 Microfilaria
Which of the major blood vessels does the heartworm affect pulmonary artery
The upper respiratory disease are in nasal cavity, sinus, nasopharynx, larynx
lower respiratory disease can occur in trachea, bronchi, lungs, pleural cavity
4th premolar abscess usually cause: Sinusitis
is painful when opening the mouth, hard to intubate because of swelling Tonsillitis
An important differential diagnosis for laryngitis is Rabies
cats with coughing, wheezing and “donut” shaped lesions in the lung radiograph Feline asthma
the 2 most common feline viruses responsible for respiratory disease: Feline calcivirus, Feline rhiotracheaitis
What test are used In fungal diseases diagnosis? cytology or serology
2 antifungal treatments commonly used Itraconazole, ketoconazole
Histoplasmosis and Cryptococossis are __ infection caused by ___ droppings *Fungal *Bird
Right sided heart failure dz/conditions: *Tricusoid valve insufficienc *Heart worm dz *foreamen ovale defects
CS of right sided heart failure: ascites, increased jugular pulse, plural effusion
Left sided heart failure Dz/conditions: *ventricular septal defect *mitral valve insf *Dilated cardiomyopathy
most common heart defect in felines: Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
most common arrhythmia: ventral premature contraction
in canines 75% of cardiac cases are____and the most common congenital dz is ____ *degenerative valve dz *patent ductus arteriosus
The __ and __ valve are the same thing bicuspid - mitral
atria contraction flow thru valves; bicuspid, tricuspid, semi lunar,
CS of Left sided heart failure: Pulmonary edema
Diastole/Dub is ____ *Relaxation S2
Systole/lub is ___ Contraction S1
Created by: brit_2112