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Title: Incidencia de la hidrómetra en la agrupación caprina canaria
Authors: Medina Martel, José Luis
UNESCO Clasification: 3109 Ciencias veterinarias
310904 Medicina interna
Keywords: Hidrómetra
Agrupación caprina canaria
Issue Date: 2001
Journal: Vector Plus 
Abstract: En el presente estudio, se valoró la incidencia de la hidrómetra en un total de 1.360 cabras de la Agrupación Caprina Canaria. El diagnóstico de la hidrómetra se realizó mediante la utilización de ecografía transabdominal. Por otro lado, se valoraron 2 protocolos de tratamiento a base de prostaglandinas para la resolución de la hidrómetra en un total de 12 animales. La incidencia de la hidrómetra fue de un 3.31%, siendo más frecuentes en aquellas explotaciones que utilizaban tratamientos hormonales de sincronización del celo.
This study tries to value the incidence of hydrometra in the Canarian breed and to assess the effect of two different treatments to solve this pathology. Hydrometra was determined by transabdominal ultrasonography in 1360 goats of 6 farms. The incidence of hydrometra was of 3.31%; the incidence was higher in farms using hormonal treatment to induce the ovulation. In addition, the incidence of hydrometra in older goats was significantly higher than in the yearlings. On the other hand, the treatments showed their effectiveness in causing the luteolysis and the elimination of the uterine fluid of the pseudopregnant goats. Moreover, these treatments restored the reproductive cyclicity when administered during the breeding season, with an important percentage of goats recovering their fertility.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/7489
ISSN: 1134-5306
Source: Vector Plus [ISSN 1134-5306], n.18, p. 28-34
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Vector plus. n.18, 2001 
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