This is a common congenital heart defect in dogs and is less common in the cat. The most commonly affected breeds are the spaniels, boxer, miniature schnauzer and eagle. The clinical signs vary from the asymptomatic through to exercise intolerance (forward failure), right-sided congestive heart failure, syncope and sudden




PULMONIC STENOSIS: Aetiology/pathology

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Pathophysiology

PULMONIC STENOSIS: History and clinical signs

PULMONIC STENOSIS: ECG

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Radiography

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Angiography

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Echocardiography

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Treatment

PULMONIC STENOSIS: Prognosis


Back to menu