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Journal January 2010 (Vol 31, No 1)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Feline Heartworm-Associated Respiratory Disease

1. Approximately what percentage of cats with heartworm infection remains asymptomatic?
2. Less than 5% of cats in the United States
3. In cats, HARD reflects
4. Heartworm antibody test results in cats with heartworm infection are
5. Signs arising from heartworm infection in cats are likely due to
6. Pulmonary lesions in cats with heartworm infection often include
7. Recommended curative therapy for HARD in cats
8. Symptomatic treatment for feline HARD includes
9. Even when treated, what percentage of cats with symptomatic heartworm infection is likely to die?
10. Which cats should receive heartworm preventive products?
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