Quiz: Cats – A Different World (Cardiology)
Quiz: Cats - A Different World (Cardiology): 20-753425
What state is your license issued in?
What is your license number?
*Technicians please put N/A
(Use the following profession codes for this board: Veterinarian=V; Veterinarian Technician=VT) SELECT FROM DROPDOWN!
Systolic anterior motion of the mitral valve can be best identified using (Please check all that apply)
M-Mode of across the mitral valve leaflets from a right parasternal view
Feline patients with left-sided congestive heart failure (Please check all that apply)
Must be forced into left lateral recumbency in order to perform a thorough echocardiogram
Have to be stabilized before a detailed echocardiogram can be performed
Have to be handled with care to avoid unnecessary stress
Left-sided congestive heart failure in cats (Please check all that apply)
Appears only as pulmonary edema
Can appear as pulmonary edema or pleural effusion
can be identified using bedside ultrasound by identification of B-Lines and/or pleural effusion in combination with left atrial enlargement
Which statement about pericardial effusion in cats is correct?
Pericardial effusion can be seen in cats with left sided congestive heart failure
Pericardial effusion always causes cardiac tamponade and ascites
Pericardial effusion always requires pericardiocentesis
Furosemide is always contraindicated in cats with pericardial effusion
Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (Please check all that apply)
Occurs only in pure bred cats
Has to be differentiated from other causes of concentric hypertrophy
Can have different phenotypes
Is never associated with diastolic dysfunction