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Cardiorespiratory examination

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Abstract

Successful management of the animal with cardiorespiratory disease depends on accurate localization, diagnostic planning, history-taking, assessment of breathing and determining appropriate tests.

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Figure 1 Physical examination
Image of Femoral artery on medial aspect of femur
Femoral artery on medial aspect of femur Femoral artery on medial aspect of femur
Image of Digital artery on palmar aspect of carpus
Digital artery on palmar aspect of carpus Digital artery on palmar aspect of carpus
Image of Coccygeal artery on ventral aspect of tail base
Coccygeal artery on ventral aspect of tail base Coccygeal artery on ventral aspect of tail base
Image of Dorsal pedal artery just distal to tarsus, between 2nd and 3rd metatarsals
Dorsal pedal artery just distal to tarsus, between 2nd and 3rd metatarsals Dorsal pedal artery just distal to tarsus, between 2nd and 3rd metatarsals
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Figure 2 Two heart sounds are normally heard in dogs and cats
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Figure 3 Thoracic palpation
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Figure 4 Tracheal palpation
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Figure 5 Thoracic auscultation
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Figure 6 Thoracic percussion

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