What is "teaser" surgery?
Making a male infertile in order to use him to identify
females in estrus
This is removed during vasectomy to make a male infertile
This type of surgery is used to create a "non-entry" teaser
Penis and prepuce deviation
What is the difference between a teaser and a non-entry teaser?
Non-entry teaser is FERTILE
Obstruction of the distal urinary tract with calculi is known as
Removal of the penis is known as
Removal of one or both testicles is known as
For bloodless blunt castration, this tool is used to crush the
What is the difference between a closed and open castration?
In closed, you DO NOT cut through the VAGINAL TUNIC.
In open, you do.
This type of emasculator has mostly crushing edges
but has a third handle at the bottom to cut the testicle off
A SERRA emasculator has a cutting and crushing edge.
The wingnut should face the testicle.
You want the CRUSHING edge ______ to the body
CUTTING edge ________ to the body
Crushing edge- PROXIMAL
Cutting edge- DISTAL (away from)
This is the smallest type of emasculator and is used on
small farm animals
This part of the male anatomy produces spermatozoa
This part of the male anatomy produces Sertoli and Leydig cells
At birth, foal testis are located in the
For abdominal cryptorchidism,
_____-sided abdominal retention is most common
T/F: Bilateral cryptorchidism is more common than unilateral
FALSE! Unilateral is more common
Which is more common in horses and donkeys?:
Inguinal or Abdominal cryptorchidism
Inguinal and Abdominal cryptorchidism incidence is EQUAL
For a cryptorchidectomy, which 2 structures are ligated?
pampiniform plexus and ductus deferens
During cryptorchidectomy, you cannot find the retained testicle.
What do you do?
ABORT SX IMMEDIATELY!
During cryptorchidectomy, which structure do you suture?
EXTERNAL inguinal ring
(suturing the internal one is impossible)
What is "proud cut"?
Continued masculine behavior due to retention of epididymal tissue during cryptorchidectomy
Schirrous cord formation is also known as
What is "false rigs"?
Continued masculine behavior due to a psychologic reflex
in horses that have been castrated at OLD age.
Castrated horses may still be fertile for up to _____ weeks