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puberty in male

18-20months

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puberty in female

10 months. first breed when 65% of BW. no true estrus cycle. induced ovulator. estrus when stimulated. 24 hrs after breeding.

3

AI

not usual. transcervical intrauterine AI, must insem both horns to mimic natural.

4

breeding

female ready when follicle measures >7mm and growing. induce ovulation via vasectomized male, gnrh, hcg, seminal plasma injection

5

pregnancy

in left uterine horn most common. gestuation is 335-360+ days. CL dependent. placenta is epitheliochorial, diffuse, microcotyledonary, epidermal membrane around fetus

6

pregnancy dx

indirect- behavioural refusal, under p4 influence, p4 assay after 21 days. direct- rectal palpate, u/s.

7

terminate pregnancy

pgf2a because of perisent CL. sensitive to pgf2a.

8

female infertility

developmental- segmental aplasia, double cervix, double uterus, persistent hymen, ovarian-hypoplasia, cystic follicles >12mm diameter, hemorrhagic follicles, neoplasia, uterine abnormalities- bacterial endometritis, metritis, fibrosis, cystic glandular distension.

9

periglandular fibrosis

ring of collagen that surround glands, prevents proper sectrion, called collagen nest.

10

endometritis

strep ecoli staph bacillus bateroides fusobacterium

11

vaginoscopy

vaginities cervicitis cervical tears

12

hysteroscopy

adhesions endometritis cysts tumors

13

male infertility

testicular- hypoplasia, degeneration, cryptorchid, orchitis, hydrocele, neoplasia. penile- stricture, frenulum, corkscrew penis, penile deviation, balantitis, posthitis

14

embryonic fetal loss

common

15

torsion

#1 ddx and most common dystocia. right before delivery. mild to dramatic. rectal palpation. deviation of broad ligament. non surgical possible, roll. or c section and stuff

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infectious

lepto, chlamid, neosporosis, toxo, listeriosis, t pyogenes, ascending placentitis

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presentation in dystocia

lateral flexion of head. posterior or dosopubic. intervene if stage 1 >6hrs or stage 2 >2 hrs