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Practical Atlas of Ruminant and Camelid Reproductive by Luc DesCôteaux, Jill Colloton, Giovanni Gnemmi

By Luc DesCôteaux, Jill Colloton, Giovanni Gnemmi

Functional Atlas of Ruminant and Camelid Reproductive Ultrasonography is a pragmatic, totally referenced, image-based consultant to the basic thoughts of reproductive ultrasound in domesticated ruminants and camelids. delivering details to permit practitioners to include ultrasound provider into their practices, the booklet additionally comprises extra really expert info for complex options akin to fetal sexing, embryo move, colour Doppler, and others. functional Atlas of Ruminant and Camelid Reproductive Ultrasonography is a must have reference for ruminant and camelid practitioners, teachers, and scholars.

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5 cm CL and an 11 mm follicle are present on the right ovary. 1: Follicle; 2: Corpus luteum (CL); 3: Blood vessel. 4. 5 MHz probe; depth of 5 cm). 1: Compact CL; 2: Luteal tissue of a cavitary CL (CCL); 3: Cavity of a CCL. Echogenic fibrin strands are also observed in the cavity of the CCL (A). 5. 5 MHz probe; depth of 5 cm). 1: CCL; 2: Embryo proper; 3: Endometrium. 5 MHz) a well-defined border of the CL is visible after 3–4 days. During the first 10 days of the ovarian cycle, 30–50% of all corpora lutea will develop a cavity25,29,41.

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Enhancement artifacts Enhancement artifacts occur frequently due to the presence of liquid-filled cavities. When crossing a cavity the beam is not attenuated, and its amplitude for a given depth is greater when it crosses a liquid structure. 19). 16. Source of shadow artifacts (adapted from Ginther, 1995). Shadowed areas (1: appearing black on the screen) can sometimes be artifacts. Normally, a black image on the screen corresponds to a tissue, such as follicular liquid, that does not emit an echo because it does not contain a reflector.

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