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Canine pulmonary hypertension, Part 1: An in-depth review of its pathophysiology and classifications
This complex syndrome is not as uncommon as we once thought. Understanding its pathophysiology and classification schemes—both clinical and functional—will help you better manage this condition in your patients.


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