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Quiz: Canine Uterine Disorders

Autumn P. Davidson, DVM, MS, DACVIM, University of California, Davis

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Quiz: Canine Uterine Disorders

Recognition, diagnosis, and management of uterine disorders in the intact bitch can be challenging, especially when owners are opposed to ovariohysterectomy. Obtaining a history of recent reproductive events (eg, breeding, whelping, failure to conceive) during history-taking and correctly identifying the estrous cycle stage (ie, anestrus, proestrus, estrus, diestrus) via physical examination, vaginal cytology, and serum progesterone can aid in directing diagnostics.

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When is cystic endometrial hyperplasia most prominent? 

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Postpartum metritis usually occurs within __________ of whelping.

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Which of the following is necessary to confirm a diagnosis of subinvolution of placental sites?

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In pregnant patients with preterm labor for which no other cause of resorption or spontaneous abortion has been identified, proactive tocolytic therapy should be instituted unless:

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What is the most common cause of dystocia? 

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____________________ is most commonly identified in patients with pyometra.

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