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4 responses to “high IVSD?”
less convinced I am seeing
less convinced I am seeing anything now, but is there anything abnormal that can be noted here?
Yes I believe so but you may
Yes I believe so but you may have a tetralogy though. May want to do a full echo with Doppler but the normal positions will be altered owing to the right sided rotation from volume overload.
Thanks so much we are hoping
Thanks so much we are hoping the owner will get the funds together to have you scan the kitty.
I completely agree, I
I completely agree, I suspect Tetralogy of Fallot as well. Otherwise just right ventricular/outflow or pulmonic stenosis.
The most impressing finding is right ventricular hypertrophy here…