Two-Portal Laparoscopic-Assisted Approach for the Treatment of an Unusual Case of Ovarian Remnant Syndrome and Uterine Horn Stump Piometra in a Bitch

@inproceedings{Linck2015TwoPortalLA,
  title={Two-Portal Laparoscopic-Assisted Approach for the Treatment of an Unusual Case of Ovarian Remnant Syndrome and Uterine Horn Stump Piometra in a Bitch},
  author={Camila Marques Linck and Jo{\~a}o Pedro Scussel Feranti and Stella de Faria Valle and Adriana Costa da Motta and Tha{\'i}s Dalbello and Rose Karina Corr{\^e}a and Mar{\'i}lia Teresa de Oliveira and Marco A. A. Silva and Maur{\'i}cio Veloso Brun},
  year={2015}
}
Background: The ovarian remnant syndrome (ORS) is the persistence of ovarian activity in spayed bitches or queens, which results from failure in complete gonadal removal or due to the presence of accessory ovaries on the uterine broad ligament. In most of cases, surgical approach may be required in order to both diagnose and treat the syndrome. The current… CONTINUE READING