By M. Joseph Bojrab
This e-book is likely one of the "big" three of small animal surgical procedure (with Slatter, and Fossum) that the majority vet scholars purchase. Having simply regarded up a reasonably universal surgical procedure, i discovered it to be a bit superseded and the images are usually not as invaluable because the fossum booklet. None-the-less, this can be a staple of our sanatorium and a needs to personal should you ever plan to do small animal surgical procedure. if you would like a superb surgical procedure booklet, this isn't bad.
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Embryo collection is usually performed on day 7 or day 8 after ovulation, although some clinicians prefer to flush a mare on day 9 and recover larger embryos. e. < 300 µm) for cryopreservation. e. > 20 years of age) and mares bred with frozen semen. Donor mares should be administered prostaglandins immediately after the flush procedure to lyse the corpus luteum and allow the mare to return to estrus. In addition, some veterinarians feel that it is important to examine the donor mare the day after the flush procedure to evaluate uterine health.
The major or primary follicular wave of the equine estrous cycle, or the wave that ends with ovulation during estrus, originates in diestrus approximately 7 to 8 days after ovulation when a cohort of follicles emerge from a pool of smaller follicles over a period of several days. After emergence, follicles in the wave go through a common-growth phase for approximately 6-7 days during which all follicles increase in size at approximately the same rate (3 mm/day). Deviation occurs at the end of the common-growth phase and represents the point at which the future dominant follicle continues to develop and smaller subordinate follicles regress.