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The symptoms of this condition include vomiting, anorexia, exercise intolerance and possible blood clot development.
4), (9-11) However, studies have demonstrated that improvement of HF symptoms and exercise intolerance was not related to central cardiac function, but rather to neurohormonal and peripheral function of skeletal muscles.
The combination of chest pain, pleural effusion, and recurrent infections was present in 37% of patients, while dyspnea or exercise intolerance was present in 40% of patients.
Exercise intolerance can be a problem as the horse has difficulty getting enough air through the incompetent larynx.
Pulmonary regurgitation seems to be well tolerated by children in the early period (4); however, pulmonary regurgitation leads to progressive right ventricular dilatation, dysfunction, exercise intolerance, ventricular tachycardia, and finally, sudden cardiac death (5-7).
Keep an eye on changes in your dog's behaviour such as coughing or exercise intolerance, which could mean cardiac dysfunction.
Twenty months after resection of her stenotic lesion (figure 2), the patient continues to be free of dyspnea and exercise intolerance.
12], in a study considering a group of patient with systemic sclerosis, suggested a role of the increased VD/Vt in exercise intolerance and found a trend between the reduction in DLCO and the increase in VD/Vt as well as the widening in the alveolar-arterial oxygen gradient ([P.
It can cause nasty symptoms such as coughing, breathlessness, exercise intolerance, nose bleeds and nervous signs, although about seven per cent of affected animals show no clinical signs at all.
It is characterized by muscle pain, weakness and exercise intolerance with elevated creatine kinase from rhabdomyolysis.
The classical signs of a congestive heart failure are a swollen abdomen, coughing, increased breathing rate, pale mucous membranes (such as on the gums), weight loss and exercise intolerance and general weakness.