Corpus ID: 43582135

In : Recent Advances in Small Animal Reproduction

@inproceedings{Concannon2001InR,
  title={In : Recent Advances in Small Animal Reproduction},
  author={Patrick W. Concannon and Jos A.A.M. Verstegen},
  year={2001}
}
Overview of Normal Sexual Development The purpose of this review is to briefly describe inherited disorders resulting in ambiguous sexual morphology that have been reported in the dog and cat. An understanding of normal development is helpful in formulating a diagnostic plan and reaching a definitive diagnosis. Normal mammalian sexual development occurs in three steps, with each step depending upon successful completion of the previous step: 
Genetic causes related to anomalies in sex differentiation in mammals
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It was concluded that anomalies of the chromosomal, gonadal and genital sex respond to a series of genetic alterations that involve a set of enzymatic cascades affecting the normal course of the sexual morphophysiological development of the animal. Expand
Clitorectomy for the Management of Os Clitoris in a Dog
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The present communication deals with the successful surgical management of os clitoris in a female Labrador dog, which is usually infertile. Expand
Clinical and spermatological findings in male dogs with acquired infertility: A retrospective analysis
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The results of clinical examination and semen evaluation of 61 infertile stud dogs are described and the cause of acquired infertility could not be identified in almost half of the dogs. Expand
The origin of the ridge and associated anomalies in Rhodesian Ridgebacks
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It was shown that the hair ridge in ridgeback dogs is caused by an autosomal dominant mutation that predisposes for DS, and that the ridge mutation was identical in Rhodesian- and Thai Ridgebacks, revealing a common origin of the mutation in the two breeds. Expand
Partial ablation of endometrial glands in dogs after exposure to progestin during the neonatal period
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The serial application of MPA from birth until the age of 6 months do not completely ablate the development of the endometrial glands in bitches, but impair it by 35%. Expand
Development of Dog Immune System: From in Uterus to Elderly
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The current article reviews the general processes related to the development of the dog´s immune system, providing an overview of immune activity throughout the dog’s life and its implications in canine health, and highlighting priority research goals. Expand
Artificial Insemination in Dogs
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With spread of canine AI dog, breeders now may select stud dogs from all over the world to improve their kennel genetics, without transport-associated stress to the animals, and save semen from valuable dogs into sperm bank to be used in next generations, after their death or the peak of reproductive age. Expand
Determining the optimal time of mating in bitches : particularities
Timing the day of ovulation in the bitch is important, especially when using frozen semen. Clinical signs (vulval oedema, aspect of vulval discharge) or clinical techniques (vaginal cytology, vaginalExpand
Anticipation of estrus by the use of bromocriptine (Parlodel 2.5 mg) in Atlas Shepherd bitch: cytological and echographic follow-up
Eleven Atlas Shepherd bitches of 4 years old, weighing between 15 and 16 kg who had an end stage of metestrus, have received treatment with bromocriptine, available in medicine human (Parlodel® 2.5Expand
Management of True Vaginal Prolapse in Bitch
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A two year old Grey Hound female was presented with true vaginal prolapse and Hormonal therapy using HCG were given for four days and the bitch recovered eventually. Expand
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