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    Current Therapy in Equine Reproduction Book

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    Category:Tack
    Subcategory:Media
    Status:Available
    New/Used:New
    Country:United States of America
    Price:$ 160
    About
    Offering the most current insights on horse breeding, this book covers the entire reproductive system, normal and abnormal mare physiology, and a wide range of reproductive problems commonly seen in both the mare and stallion. Coverage includes advanced reproductive techniques, with numerous breeding strategies to help you achieve optimal fertility rates. Section I The Normal Female Reproductive System 1. Ovulation and Corpus Luteum Development2. The Follicle: Practical Aspects of Follicle Control3. Estrus Synchronization4. Estrus Suppression5. The Normal Uterus in Estrus6. Intrauterine Diagnostic Procedures7. Uterine ContractilitySection II Female Reproductive Problems: Diagnosis and Management 8. Fertility Expectations and Management of Optimal Fertility9. Endocrine Tests10. Cytogenic Evaluation11. Diagnosis of Oviductal Disorders and Diagnostic Techniques12. Ovulation Failure13. Ovarian Abnormalities14. Uterine Therapy for Mares with Fluid15. Uterine Therapy for Mares with Bacterial Infections16. Treatment of Fungal Endometritis17. Management Regimens for Uterine Cysts18. Some Unusual Conditions of the Uterus19. Congenital Abnormalities Involving the Cervix and Uterus20. Cervical Tears21. Cervical Failure to Dilate22. Cervical Adhesions23. Vulvar Conformation24. Selective Reproductive Surgery of the Broodmare25. Infectious and Neoplastic Conditions of the Vulva and PerineumSection III The Normal Male Reproductive System 26. Anatomy and Examination of the Normal Testicle27. The Epididymis28. Behavior of the Normal StallionSection IV Male Reproductive Problems: Diagnosis and Managemen 29. Testicular Descent and Cryptorchidism30. Testicular Abnormalities31. Testicular Biopsy32. Spermatogenic Arrest (Testicular Degeneration)33. Endoscopy of the Reproductive Tract in the Stallion34. Penile Abnormalities35. Penile Infections36. Trauma to the Penis37. Significance of Bacteria Affecting the Stallion?s Reproductive System38. The Subfertile Stallion39. Endocrine Diagnostics and Therapeutics for the Stallion with Declining FertilitySection V Semen Collection and Evaluation 40. Evaluation of Raw Semen41. Urospermia and Hemospermia42. Transmission of Diseases Through Semen43. Advanced Semen Test for Stallions44. Preservation of Genetics from Dead and Dying Stallions45. Insemination with Frozen Semen: Some Management Considerations for StallionsSection VI Assisted Reproductive Techniques 46. Collection and Transfer of Oocytes in Mares47. Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection48. In Vitro Fertilization49. In Vitro Oocyte Maturation50. Low-Dose Insemination Techniques51. Embryo Transfer and Related TechnologiesSection VII The Pregnant Mare: Diagnosis and Management 52. Pregnancy Diagnosis in the Mare53. Fetal Sex Determination54. Twin Reduction Techniques55. Early Embryonic Loss56. Mare Reproductive Loss Syndrome57. Maintenance of Pregnancy58. Late Term Pregnancy Monitoring59. Dystocia and Fetotomy60. Premature Lactation in Mares61. Mastitis62. Normal Prefoaling Mammary Secretions63. ColostrumSection VIII The Post-Foaling Mare 64. The Postpartum Mare65. Prefoaling and Postfoaling Complications66. Postpartutient Abnormalities
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