Eisenmenger's syndrome specifically refers to the combination of systemic-to-pulmonary communication, pulmonary vascular disease, and cyanosis.
Clinically affected dogs are usually young and present with respiratory distress, cyanosis, exercise intolerance and syncope.
Blood tests usually reveal secondary erythrocytosis.
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- Nakamura K et al (2011) Effects of sildenafil citrate on five dogs with Eisenmenger's syndrome. J Small Anim Pract 52(11):595-598