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Q.  The body of two-year-old female intact indoor mixed breed cat is presented for necropsy after being found dead one morning. The cat had a history of exercise intolerance and occasional vomiting since the owners got her as a kitten. Necropsy reveals the following (see below). What is the presumptive diagnosis?
  1. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  2. Dirofilaria immitis infection
  3. Peritoneopericardial hernia
  4. Interstitial pneumonia
  5. Mediastinal lymphosarcoma