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Roy D. Mausling River Ridge Veterinary Hospital, 10300 S Miller Rd, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340

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Donald H. Schlafer Department of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853

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Dirk K. Vanderwall Northwest Equine Reproduction Laboratory, Department of Animal and Veterinary Science and Center for Reproductive Biology, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844

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    Roberts SJ. Gestation period—embryology, fetal membranes and placenta—teratology. In: Roberts SJ, ed. Veterinary obstetrics and genital diseases (theriogenology). 3rd ed. Woodstock, Vt: published by the author, 1986;80.

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    Crossman PJ, Dickens PS. Amorphus globosus in the mare. Vet Rec 1974;95:22.

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    Ginther OJ. Embryology and placentation. In: Ginther OJ, ed. Reproductive biology of the mare: basic and applied aspects. 2nd ed. Cross Plains, Wis: Equiservices, 1992;345418.

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    Schlafer DH. The umbilical cord—lifeline to the outside world: structure, function, and pathology of the equine umbilical cord. In: Powell DG, Furry D & Hale G, eds. Proceedings of the workshop on the equine placenta. Lexington, Ky: University of Kentucky, 2004;9298.

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