A comparison of the cytobrush and uterine lavage techniques to evaluate endometrial cytology in clinically normal postpartum dairy cows.

@article{Kasimanickam2005ACO,
  title={A comparison of the cytobrush and uterine lavage techniques to evaluate endometrial cytology in clinically normal postpartum dairy cows.},
  author={R K Kasimanickam and Todd F. Duffield and Robert A. Foster and Cathy J Gartley and Ken E. Leslie and John S. Walton and Walter H. Johnson},
  journal={The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue veterinaire canadienne},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={255-9}
}
This study compares cytobrush and lavage techniques for the assessment of endometrial cytology (EC) in clinically normal postpartum dairy cows. The EC samples were collected from Holstein cows (n = 35) during visit 1 (V1) at 20 to 33 d in milk (DIM) and 2 wk later during visit 2 (V2) at 34 to 47 DIM by using both techniques. A minimum of 100 cells were counted to determine the percentage of cells that were neutrophils (%PMN). The mean %PMN was significantly different between the techniques at… CONTINUE READING

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