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Catheryn Partington

Catheryn Partington

BVSc, CertAVP(VC), MSc, AFHEA, MRCVS, Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital, University of Cambridge, UK

United Kingdom

Dr. Partington graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2014, having also attained a Masters in Veterinary Science, and returned to the University for both her rotating internship and cardiology residency, completing the latter in 2021. She has also worked in first opinion and emergency practice and is now studying towards ECVIM-CA cardiology Diplomate status. She has a passion for feline cardiomyopathies and was recently appointed clinical cardiologist at the University of Cambridge, where she also finds time for clinical research and teaching.

Contributions from Catheryn Partington

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The echogenic bridging scar traverses the LV cavity

Issue number32.2 Published 03/11/2022

Management of the cat with heart failure

Cats with cardiomyopathies other than hypertrophic cardiomyopathy often first present with severe or even life-threatening clinical signs; this article focuses on the diagnosis of the underlying cardiac condition and the options for treatment.

By Joanna Dukes-McEwan and Catheryn Partington

Murmurs in cats with HCM most often result from left ventricular outflow tract obstruction

Issue number32.2 Published 13/10/2022

Pre-clinical feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is prevalent in the pet cat population, but affected animals may not be easy to identify; this paper offers a comprehensive overview of the condition for the first-opinion veterinarian.

By Catheryn Partington and Joanna Dukes-McEwan