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owner was concerned because prenatal ultrasonography had been performed on the bitch, and 9 pups had been identified. Radiographs were taken by the referring veterinarian, and a retained fetus was detected. The bitch was referred to our veterinary

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History A 2-year-old 454.5-kg (1,000-lb) Saddlebred stallion was admitted to the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital for castration. Three days prior to admission, the referring veterinarian attempted to castrate the horse. The

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were produced. The tom was up-to-date on its vaccinations and had tested negative for FeLV and FIV, all conducted by its regular veterinarian. Six months before the present examination, the tom's serum testosterone concentration was 193 ng/dL (reference

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economic considerations, experience of the veterinarian, and facilities and equipment available will influence the option selected. 6 During partial fetotomy, the dorsal half of the fetal head may be removed via a single fetotomy cut. This can be

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born approximately 1.5 years earlier. There had been no other male exposure since that breeding, as the owners only have females and 1 gelding (housed separately). The referring veterinarian collected blood for hormone testing through the Cornell

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was unremarkable. The owner intended to use this dog for breeding 1 more time and was concerned about possible pyometra because of the age of the bitch. The referring veterinarian had evaluated the dog 2 days prior to referral to and admission at the

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performed by the referring veterinarian during that breeding season and the current breeding season; however, ovulation was not detected. The mare had consecutive anovulatory cycles, with multiple large follicles (diameter, ≤ 50 mm) on the right ovary

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and had been housed in a pasture with cows for the preceding 2 months. The owner noticed the bull's large scrotum 3 days prior to admission at the teaching hospital. On the day prior to admission, the bull was examined by a referring veterinarian, who

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. Five days after the purchase, the owner reported that the dog began repeatedly licking its vulva and had bloody discharge from the vulva. Also, the vulva was noticeably swollen. A referring veterinarian examined the dog and performed a vaginal cytologic

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performed by the referring veterinarian. Postmortem examination of the fetuses was not performed, and the reason for the preterm labor was not further investigated. The referring veterinarian had prescribed enrofloxacin, which the bitch had been receiving

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