ACVIM Consensus Guidelines for the Diagnosis & Treatment of Myxomatous Mitral Valve Disease in Dogs

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MMVD is the most common heart disease of dogs in many parts of the world, accounting for ≈75% of heart disease cases in dogs in North America. It is estimated that ≈10% of dogs presented to primary care veterinary practices have heart disease.

Explore this infographic from the most recent consensus guidelines from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine to better diagnose and treat MMVD patients.

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