2006
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352006000500010
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Abstract: Two cases of tricuspid valve dysplasia are reported. Dogs were presented for evaluation of weakness and ascites. In both cases, echocardiography disclosed tricuspid insufficiency and, in one of them, tricuspid leaflets also were displaced down into the right ventricle, substantiating Ebstein's anomaly. Medical therapy for congestive heart failure was initiated. One of the dogs suddenly died shortly after diagnosis was established. Although the other dog recovered much better initially, sudden death also occurr… Show more

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“…This occurred in one third of our cases, although was not confirmed post-mortem. Similarly, a lack of post-mortem and/or electrophysiological data to demonstrate atrialisation of the RV, meant that EM, an unusual form of TVD (Eyster et al, 1977;Tilley and Liu, 1977;Cave, 2001;Takemura et al, 2003;Sousa et al, 2006;Choi et al, 2009), could not be confirmed in the four cases in which it was suspected. In agreement with Michaëlson and Ho (2000), we believe that a clearer distinction between EM and isolated TVD is required, and so these dogs were included as TVD-only dogs in statistical analysis.…”
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“…This occurred in one third of our cases, although was not confirmed post-mortem. Similarly, a lack of post-mortem and/or electrophysiological data to demonstrate atrialisation of the RV, meant that EM, an unusual form of TVD (Eyster et al, 1977;Tilley and Liu, 1977;Cave, 2001;Takemura et al, 2003;Sousa et al, 2006;Choi et al, 2009), could not be confirmed in the four cases in which it was suspected. In agreement with Michaëlson and Ho (2000), we believe that a clearer distinction between EM and isolated TVD is required, and so these dogs were included as TVD-only dogs in statistical analysis.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In "tricuspid valve dysplasia", the leaflets and tension apparatus are malformed but are not displaced (Becker et al, 1971;Lang et al, 1991). This terminology has been applied to veterinary cardiology (Eyster et al, 1977;Cave, 2001;Andelfinger et al, 2003;Takemura et al, 2003;Sousa et al, 2006;Choi et al, 2009).In dogs, TVD is a rare congenital disease, affecting most commonly Labrador retriever (Wright et al, 2001).…”
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“…TD is a congenital heart disease, which rarely occurs in dogs and cats (16,(18)(19)(20). It is most commonly observed in large-breed dogs -over 20 kg of body weight, and is especially noted in Labrador Retrievers, Boxers, and German Shepherds, less frequently in Old English Sheepdogs, Great Danes, Weimaraners, and Irish Setters (6,14).…”
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“…The basal attachments of TV are ventrally displaced into the right ventricle (RV) resulting in a further malformation named Ebstein's anomaly (14,22).…”
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