Now in a much-anticipated two-volume new edition, this gold-standard reference stands as the most comprehensive and authoritative text on equine reproduction. Serving theriogenologists, practitioners and breeders worldwide as a one-stop resource for the reproductive assessment and management of equine patients, Equine Reproduction, Second Edition provides detailed information on examination techniques, breeding procedures, pregnancy diagnosis and management, reproductive tract diseases and surgery, and foaling. A companion CD offers hundreds of images from the book in color. For the Second…mehr
Now in a much-anticipated two-volume new edition, this gold-standard reference stands as the most comprehensive and authoritative text on equine reproduction. Serving theriogenologists, practitioners and breeders worldwide as a one-stop resource for the reproductive assessment and management of equine patients, Equine Reproduction, Second Edition provides detailed information on examination techniques, breeding procedures, pregnancy diagnosis and management, reproductive tract diseases and surgery, and foaling. A companion CD offers hundreds of images from the book in color. For the Second Edition, the stallion, mare and foal sections have been thoroughly updated and revised to include the latest information on every subject. New topics include discussion of nutritional and behavioral factors in the broodmare and stallion, parentage testing, fetal sexing and the health and management of older foals, weanlings and yearlings. Additionally, this outstanding Second Edition features a new section on assisted reproductive techniques, including detailed information on artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and technology.
Angus O. McKinnon, BVSc, MSc, Diplomate ACT and ABVP, Goulburn Valley Equine Hospital, Victoria, Australia Edward L. Squires, BS, MS, PhD, Executive Director of the Gluck Equine Research Foundation, Research Professor, Department of Veterinary Science, M.H. Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY Wendy E. Vaala, VMD, Diplomate ACVIM, Senior Equine Technical Service Veterinarian, Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health, Alma, WI Dickson D. Varner, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACT, Professor and Pin Oak Stud Chair of Stallion Reproductive Studies, Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Part I: The Mare. 1. Anatomy. 2. Physiology and Endocrinology. 3. The Estrous Cycle. 4. Behavior. 5. Nutrition. 6. Management of the Transitional Mare. 7. Techniques in Reproductive Examination. 8. Diagnostic Ultrasonography. 9. Pharmacological Manipulation of Reproduction. 10. Diseases of the Uterus. 11. Diseases of the Ovary. 12. Problems of the Cervix. 13. Problems of the Mammary Glands. 14. Pregnancy Parturition and the Puerperal Period. 15. Problems of Pregnancy. 16. Female Urogenital Surgery. 17. Other Equids. 18. General Interest. Part II: The Stallion. 19. Anatomy Physiology and Endocrinology. 20. Management. 21. Sexual Behavior. 22. Semen Collection and Evaluation. 23. Reproductive Examination. 24. Surgical Procedures. Part III: Assisted Reproductive Techniques. 25. Semen. 26. Oocytes. 27. Embryos. 29. Future Technologies. Part IV: Foal Weanling and Yearling. 30. Prepartum Assessment of the Foal. 31. Foal Adaptation to Parturition. 32. Postpartum Fetal Assessment. 33. Postpartum Fetal Assessment. 34. Problems of the Immediate Post-Partum Period. 35. System Disorders: Immune Respiratory Cardiovascular Nervous Urogenital Gastrointestinal Musculoskeletal Integument Ocular Endocrinological. 36. Specific Diagnostic and Management Techniques. 37. Problems of Older Foals Weanlings and Yearlings. Appendix.
"Like the first edition, this second is intended as a comprehensive reference focused on reproduction; but in acknowledgement of the fact that young equine vets need to be knowledgeable in other areas as well, the scope has been expanded and now includes coverage of topics pertaining to radiograph pre-sale and examination of the upper respiratory system with endoscopy." (Booknews, 1 April 2011)
"At 3288 pages, 325 chapters, and with 250 authors, Equine Reproduction is nothing if not ambitious, and is a worthy successor to the original edition.... The two volumes come accompanied by a DVD of 713 (colour) illustrations, which is particularly nice for viewing ultrasonograms.... [contains] a wealth of new, updated and relevant information, which anyone with an interest in equine reproduction cannot fail to be impressed by and will find it hard to resist dipping into: a must-have purchase." (Veterinary Record, March 2011)
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