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- C.M. Bussadori; M. Claretti; S. Borgonovo; E. Boz; M. Papa; C. Rossi; F. Martelli; M. Aimi; S. Signorelli; R. Marinelli
- Journal of veterinary cardiology 2020 v.30 pp. 17-22
- French Bulldog; computed tomography; dogs; echocardiography; heart; neoplasms; pulmonary artery; surgery
- ... A 7-year-old French bulldog was presented for evaluation of cardiac neoplasia. Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography revealed a mass on the base of the heart, compressing the right pulmonary artery. Computed tomography exam confirmed that a surgical approach to remove the mass would not be viable. Stent placement in the right pulmonary artery was performed to relieve external compression ...
- G. Bedoya Nader; D.F. Hogan
- Journal of veterinary cardiology 2020 v.30 pp. 1-6
- French Bulldog; albumins; aorta; cost effectiveness; dogs; image analysis; males; patent ductus arteriosus; polycythemia; scintigraphy
- ... A 27-month-old male neutered French bulldog that was originally diagnosed with tricuspid valve dysplasia and a bidirectional shunting patent foramen ovale was evaluated for progressive polycythemia and exertional cyanosis. There was a high clinical suspicion for a right-to-left shunting patent ductus arteriosus, but given the presence of agitated saline within the left atrium, left ventricle, asce ...