A 14-days old female Holstein calve was referred to the Large Animals Hospital of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Selcuk
University with a history of inappetence, weight loss and lethargy. On the initial examination, severe anemic mucosal membranes
bilateral distended jugular veins and 4/6 degree holo-systolic tricuspidal murmur were presented. Echocardiographic and
ultrasonographic findings showed LV systolic dysfunction and Right sided congestive heart failure. The high levels of CK-MB and
cardiac troponin I demonstrated severe cardiac injury.