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Journal February 2012 (Vol 34, No 2)

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Megaesophagus by Sacha Mace , BA, DVM, DACVIM, G. Diane Shelton , DVM, PhD, DACVIM, Susan Eddlestone , DVM, DACVIM

1. _________ is not a clinical sign of megaesophagus.
2. Which condition is matched with the wrong clinical signs?
3. In which breed is congenital megaesophagus not commonly documented?
4. Which statement regarding feline megaesophagus is false?
5. Which statement is true regarding diagnosing megaesophagus?
6. Which statement regarding MG is true?
7. Which CBC/serum chemistry result is not correctly matched with an appropriate etiology?
8. Which therapy is not recommended as supportive care for megaesophagus?
9. Which statement is true regarding medication administration for a patient with diagnosed megaesophagus?
10. Which statement regarding megaesophagus prognosis is true?
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