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A 15-year-old Thoroughbred mare at 283 days of gestation was examined to determine the cause of frank, hemorrhagic vaginal discharge. The mare was from a large breeding farm and had been housed with other broodmares, none of which had any signs of reproductive problems. The mare had had 8 previous pregnancies, all with no complications.

The hemorrhagic discharge had been evident for 2 days and was believed to be increasing in quantity. The referring veterinarian had detected placental abnormalities during ultrasonography. The mare had no other outward signs of disease and did not appear to be in discomfort.


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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association