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Electrocardiograph – device used to detect myocardial scarring. The graphs show an increased HR and a shortened PQ interval in DMD affected dogs.<ref>Naoko Yugeta, Nobuyuki Urasawa, Yoko Fujii, Madoka Yoshimura, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Michiko R Wada et al. Cardiac involvement in Beagle-based canine X-linked muscular dystrophy in Japan (CXMDJ): electrocardiographic, echocardiographic, and morphologic studies.BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2006, 6:47</ref>
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== Electrocardiograph Findings in Dogs affected with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy ==
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'''Electrocardiograph''' – device used to detect myocardial scarring. The graphs show an increased HR and a shortened PQ interval in DMD affected dogs.<ref>Naoko Yugeta, Nobuyuki Urasawa, Yoko Fujii, Madoka Yoshimura, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Michiko R Wada et al. Cardiac involvement in Beagle-based canine X-linked muscular dystrophy in Japan (CXMDJ): electrocardiographic, echocardiographic, and morphologic studies.BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2006, 6:47</ref>
  
 
A: Sequential studies in heart rate (HR) (beats/min), PQ interval (ms) and duration (ms) of QRS complex.
 
A: Sequential studies in heart rate (HR) (beats/min), PQ interval (ms) and duration (ms) of QRS complex.

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Electrocardiograph Findings in Dogs affected with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Electrocardiograph – device used to detect myocardial scarring. The graphs show an increased HR and a shortened PQ interval in DMD affected dogs.[1]

A: Sequential studies in heart rate (HR) (beats/min), PQ interval (ms) and duration (ms) of QRS complex. B: ECGs were recorded from normal dogs, III-301MN and III-1804MN, and CXMDJ dogs, III-302MA and III-1803MA, at 6 months of age. Distinct deep Q waves were present in the CXMDJ dogs. C: Sequential studies in Q/R ratios.

Reference

  1. Naoko Yugeta, Nobuyuki Urasawa, Yoko Fujii, Madoka Yoshimura, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Michiko R Wada et al. Cardiac involvement in Beagle-based canine X-linked muscular dystrophy in Japan (CXMDJ): electrocardiographic, echocardiographic, and morphologic studies.BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2006, 6:47


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