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fetal retention? Answer The radiographic conclusion was neonatal ingestion, rather than dystocia attributable to fetal retention. Results In the radiographic projections, a mineralized skull that was not attached to any other visible

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staining at delivery, and required greater neonatal resuscitation efforts than their littermates. Additional resuscitation efforts for both of these affected pups included treatment with doxapram hydrochloride (1 drop from a 1-mL syringe without a needle

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healthy viable neonates, except in cases of prolonged dystocia. Therefore, the issue is raised as to the differences in veterinary species that account for no effect of a globosus amorphus on the cotwin. There are 2 major hypotheses for the reason that

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prolactin concentration secondary to equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction, 7 whereas galactorrhea in young horses (neonates, weanlings, fillies, and, rarely, young adults) is a poorly defined phenomenon. Precocious mammary development is thought to

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and left vanishing testis in a neonate . J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab 2007 ; 20 : 449 – 454 . 6. Parks AH Scott EA Cox JE . Monorchidism in the horse . Equine Vet J 1989 ; 21 : 215 – 217 . 10.1111/j.2042-3306.1989.tb02150.x 7. Millis

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. Hence, Sertoli cell tumors appear to be the most prevalent tumor of bovine testes and also appear to be the tumor type most commonly found in neonates, although vascular hamartoma and Leydig cell tumor have been recorded. In addition, Shorthorn cattle

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. Section VIII: genital surgery – male . Current Veterinary Therapy: Food Animal Practice 5th ed. WB Saunders Co ; 2008 : 356 – 363 . 2. Vissiennon T , Freick M , Kilic E , Sertoli cell tumour in a neonate calf: an unusual congenital

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globosus were likely responsible for the development of freemartinism for the heifer calf of the present report. Karyotyping of cultured peripheral blood leukocytes of neonatal calves is 95% to 99% accurate when hundreds of mitotic cells are assessed. 7

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supplemental oxygen for 4 days. In addition, an indwelling nasogastric tube was placed because the filly was unable to stand and suckle, consistent with neonatal maladjustment syndrome. Colostrum and hyperimmune plasma were administered to the filly to achieve

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congenital hydrocephalus. Few reports 3 , 4 have described the diagnosis of congenital hydrocephalus in neonatal foals, and MRI is preferred for detecting structural abnormalities of the head in newborn foals. 4 However, 2-D ultrasonography is an ideal tool

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