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The prevalence of feline heartworm disease is approximately 20 percent of that seen in dogs.
Diagnosing feline heartworm disease will typically involve a complete blood count and blood chemistry profile, chest X-rays, a test to determine whether the patient's blood contains antibodies to the parasite and a test to see whether adult heartworm proteins are present in the blood.
It's easy to see why feline heartworm disease is often misdiagnosed as asthma, bronchitis, any of the many forms of intestinal disease and a multitude of other cat diseases.
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