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- 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 ...
- Yumi Sakamoto; Kumiko Ishigaki; Chieko Ishikawa; Tomohiro Nakayama; Kazushi Asano; Manabu Sakai
- BMC veterinary research 2020 v.16 no.1 pp. 418
- Yorkshire Terrier; administrative management; albumins; angiography; aorta; ascites; case studies; computed tomography; dietary fat; dogs; enteritis; glucocorticoids; hypoalbuminemia; low fat diet; oral administration; portal vein; prednisolone; spironolactone; thrombosis; veterinary medicine
- ... BACKGROUND: Portal vein thrombosis (PVT) is a rare presentation in dogs with protein-losing enteropathy (PLE). Rivaroxaban, an oral, selective, direct factor Xa inhibitor, has not been reported to be administrated for canine PVT and the effect is unclear in dogs with PLE. CASE PRESENTATION: An 11-year-old Yorkshire Terrier presented with moderate ascites. The dog had severe hypoalbuminemia (1.2 g/ ...