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Uterine infections: A major cause of repeat breeding in dairy animals

Uterine infections occur in nearly 50% of dairy animals after parturition leading to disruption in follicle development, embryo quality and maternal recognition of pregnancy thereby reducing fertility. (Bromfield et al., 2015) The most common causes of uterine infections are Dystocia, Prolapse, Abortion/Stillbirth, ROP Levofloxacin, Ornidazole & Alpha Tocopherol Intrauterine Solution Levofloxacin Levofloxacin is a broad […]

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Dog Skin Diseases: Dermatitis

Dogs: Pruritus (scratching. licking, chewing, rubbing), initially with mild or no visible lesions Areas most commonly affected include muzzle, periocular region, ear canals/pinnae, interdigital spaces, axillae, and groin. Self-trauma, redness, and secondary skin changes may be noted, particularly in chronic cases. Saliva staining of hair may be noted. Secondary bacterial and yeast infections of skin

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