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Causes abortion and focal non-suppurative encephalitis in bovine

Neospora caninum

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Male Torti or Calico cats are an example of what type of sex disorder?

Chromosomal Sex Disorder

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Condition

Teratoma

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Male torties or calico cats are an example of what type of sex disorder?

Chromosomal Sex Disorder

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Condition

Paraovrian Cysts

 

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More specifically hydatids of morgagni

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Hippomanes, Yolk Sac Remnants and Allantoic Pouches are typically 

Incidental findings

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Etiology of Contagious Agalactia of goats

Mycoplasma agalactiae

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Condition

Mast Cell Tumor

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Metritis

Inflammation of all layers of the uterine wall

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Imperfect fusion of the paramesonephric ducts can result in what sex disorders

Double Vagina

Double Cervix

Uterus Didelphys

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Sex disorder characterized by the failure of fusion of the paramesonephric ducts with the urogenital sinus resulting in a tissue band running across the vagina just cranial to the opening of the urethra.

Imperforate Hymen

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Histologic appearance of what condition

Sertoli Cell Tumor

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Endometrial biopsys are commonly used in what species?

Equids

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Condition

Uterine Prolapse

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Causes abortion in cattle at 7-9 months of gestation.  Characterized by chronic necrotizing placentitis.  Fetuses may show signs of pneumonia.

Brucella abortus

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Perimetritis

Inflammation extending to tissues surrounding uterus

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Causes abortion between 2-3 months of pregnancy in swine, also has a high incidence of stillborn and weak piglets at term.

Brucella suis

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Condition

Hematocele

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Equine umbilical cords that are too short can cause

Premature separation of the placenta at the site of attachment

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Mastitis in the ewe and goat is usually caused by

Staphylococcus aureus

Mannhemia haemolytica

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Condition

Fibropapillomas

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Condition characterized by suppurative inflammation and accumulation of pus in the uterine lumen, typically develops a few weeks after estrus.

Pyometra

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Causes embryonic loss or overt abortion in cattle. Protozoa can be found in preputial washes, vaginal mucosis and stomach contents of aborted fetus.

Tritrichomonas foetus

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XXY

Klinefelter

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Condition

Pyometra

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Causes early embryonic deaths of cattle at 3-4 weeks and characterized by intercotyledonary placentitis and necrosis of the cotyledons

Campylobacter foetus subsp venerealis

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Uterine tube is distended and filled with clear watery mucus, usually secondary to obstruction.

Hydrosalpinx

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Abnormality of gonadal sex

True Hermaphrodite - Ovotestis

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Cause of late term abortion in goats with acute diffuse suppurative placentitis with multifocal to confluent areas of mineralization.  Organisms are zoonotic and can be demonstrated with modifed ZN stain.

Coxiella burnetti - Q Fever

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Etiology of Contatious Equine Metritis

Taylorella equigenitalis