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section because of dystocia Cesarean section is indicated for cows with dystocia when assisted vaginal delivery is ineffective and fetotomy is not an option. In a study of 173 beef cattle that underwent cesarean section because of dystocia, the overall

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concentration was linearly related to air volume–to–blood volume ratio. See page 922 Survival rates of mares and foals and postoperative complications and fertility of mares after cesarean section A review of medical records for 95 mares that

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production, and calving-to-conception intervals were similar between vaccinates and controls. In all herds, prevalence of MAP shedding in feces decreased over time. See page 663 Cesarean section in alpacas and llamas Although the technique for

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. A stillborn bull calf was delivered by cesarean section. Grossly evident chondrodystrophic dwarfism with hydrocephalus was confirmed. The cow recovered from surgery uneventfully. Genetic analysis of DNA from hair roots collected from the sire and dam

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