Current Therapy in Large Animal Theriogenology, 2nd Edition
By Robert S. Youngquist, DVM and Walter R. Threlfall, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate, The American College of Theriogenologists
Approx. 976 pages Approx. 500 illustrations
Trim size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 in
A title in the Current Veterinary Therapy series.
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An essential resource for both students and practitioners, this comprehensive text provides practical, up-to-date information about normal reproduction and reproductive disorders in horses, cattle, small ruminants, swine, llamas, and other livestock. Featuring contributions from experts in the field, each section is devoted to a different large animal species and begins with a review of the clinically relevant aspects of the reproductive anatomy and physiology of both males and females. Key topics include the evaluation of breeding soundness, pregnancy diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment of infertility, abortion, obstetrics, surgery of the reproductive tract, care of neonates, and the latest reproductive technology.
- Includes coverage of all large animal species.
- All sections provide a review of clinically pertinent reproductive physiology and anatomy of males and females of each species.
New to this Edition
- Complete coverage of the most current reproductive technology, including embryo transfer, estrous synchronization, and artificial insemination.
- A new section on alternative farming that addresses reproduction in bison, elk, and deer.
- New to the equine section: stallion management, infertility, and breeding soundness evaluation.
- New to the bovine section: estrous cycle synchronization, reproductive biotechnology, ultrasonographic determination of fetal gender, heifer development, and diagnosis of abortion.
- New to the porcine section: artificial insemination, boar/stud management, diseases of postpartum period, and infectious disease control.
- New to the llama section: infectious disease and nutrition.
Table Of Contents
1. Physiology and Endrocrinology of Stallions 2. Reproductive Examination of the Stallion: Evaluation of Potential Breeding Soundness 3. Infertility and Diseases of the Reproductive Tract of Stallions 4. Surgical Correction of Abnormalities Affecting the Reproductive Organs of Stallions 5. Techniques for Artificial Insemination 6. Stallion Sexual Behavior Dysfunction 7. Clinical Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of the Mare 8. Clinical Aspects of Seasonality in Mares 9. Clinical Examination of the Non-Pregnant Female Reproductive Tract 10. Control and Synchronization of the Estrous Cycle and Ovulation 11. Pregnancy Evaluation in the Mare 12. Retained Fetal Membranes 13. Management of Twin Pregnancy 14. Parturition and Dystocia 15. Abnormalities of Lactation 16. Immediate Care of the Postpartum Mare and Foal 17. Infectious Diseases of the Puerperal Period 18. Irregularities of the Estrus Cycle and Ovulation in Mares (Including Seasonal Transition) 19. Infertility Due to Non-inflammatory Abnormalities of the Tubular Reproductive Tract 20. Inflammation of the Tubular Reproductive Tract of the Mare 21. Bacterial Causes of Infertility and Abortion in the Mare 22. Equine Herpesvirus Infections 23. Equine Viral Arteritis 24. Bacterial Diseases in the Fetus and Placenta Associated with Fetal Loss in the Mare 25. Fungal Abortion 26. Evaluation and Management of High-Risk Pregnancy in the Mare 27. Induced Abortion 28. Surgical Correction of Abnormalities of the Female Reproductive Organs 29. Embryo Transfer and Newer Assisted Reproductive Techniques for Horses
30. Clinical Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology of the Bull 31. Evaluation of Potential Breeding Soundness of the Bull 32. Diseases of the Reproductive System of the Bull 33. Surgical Correction of Abnormalities of the Reproductive Organs of Bulls and Preparation of Teaser Animals 34. Techniques for Artificial Insemination of Cattle with Frozen-Thawed Semen 35. Clinical Reproductive Physiology of the Cow 36. Reproductive Examination of the Non-Pregnant Cow 37. Estrus Detection 38. Progestogen-Based Estrus Synchronization for Beef Replacement Heifers and Cows 39. Synchronization of Ovulation Strategies in Dairy Cattle Using PGF2a and GnRH 40. Pregnanacy Diagnoses 41. Ultrasound Determination of Fetal Gender 42. Induced Abortion 43. Parturition and Dystocia 44. Principles of Colostrum Feeding 45. Postpartum Uterine Infections 46. Retained Placenta 47. Metabolic and Nutritional Diseases of the Puerperal Period 48. Ovarian Follicular Cysts 49. Infertility Due to Non-Inflammatory Abnormalities of the Tubular Reproductive Tract 50. Bacterial Causes of Bovine Infertility and Abortion 51. Viral Diseases of the Fetus 52. Protozoal Abortion in Cattle 53. Epizootic Bovine Abortion (Foothill Abortion) 54. Mycotic Bovine Abortion 55. Reproductive Toxicants 56. Dropsical Conditions Affecting Pregnancy 57. Effects of Environment on Bovine Reproduction 58. Effects of Nutrition on Reproduction in Dairy Cattle 59. Effects of Nutrition on Reproductive Performance of Beef Cattle 60. Heifer Development—Nutrition, Health, and Reproduction 61. Surgical Correction of Abnormalities of Genital Organs of Cows 62. Reproductive Health Programs for Dairy Herds: Analysis of Records for Assessment of Reproductive Performance 63. Reproductive Health Programs for Beef Herds: Analysis of Records for Assessment of Reproductive Performance 64. Assisted Reproductive Technology
65. Clinical Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of the Buck 66. Examination of the Reproductive Tract and Evaluation of Potential Breeding Soundness in the Buck 67. Infertility and Diseases of the Reproductive Organs of Bucks 68. Urogenital Surgery in Goats 69. Techniques for Artificial Insemination of Goats 70. Clinical Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology of Does 71. Clinical Examination of the Female Reproductive Tract 72. Manipulating the Estrous Cycle in a Doe 73. Pregnancy Diagnoses in Goats 74. Parturition and Dystocia in the Goat 75. Postpartum Care of the Doe and Kid 76. Puerperal Nutrition, Metabolic Disease and Reproduction 77. Periparturient Infections and Structural Abnormalities 78. Infectious Causes of Abortion 79. Noninfectious Prenatal Pregnancy Loss in the Doe 80. Noninfectious Infertility in the Doe 81. Inherited Sex Abnormalities in Goats 82. Induced Abortion and Parturition in the Goat 83. Reproductive Health Program 84. Reproductive Biotechnologies in the Goat
85. Reproductive Physiology of the Ram 86. Breeding Soundness Evaluation and Surgical Sterilization of the Ram 87. Artificial Insemination and Embryo Transfer in Sheep 88. Clinical Reproductive Physiology of Ewes 89. Sheep Breeding Strategies 90. Pregnancy Diagnosis 91. Abortion in Sheep—Diagnosis and Control 92. Lambing Management and Neonatal Care 93. Diseases of the Periparturient Ewe 94. Reproductive Health Management Programs
95. Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology of Boars 96. Infectious and Noninfectious Causes of Infertility in Boars 97. Reproductive Surgery in the Boar 98. Artificial Insemination in Swine; Boar Stud Management 99. Clinical Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology of Sows; Mating Management 100. Clinical Examination of Female Reproductive Organs 101. Induction of Estrus and Control of the Estrous Cycle in Swine 102. Diagnosis of Pregnancy 103. Infertility Associated with Abnormalities of the Estrous Cycle and the Ovaries 104. Parturition and Dystocia in Swine 105. Postpartum Care of the Sow and Neonates 106. Diseases of the Puerperal Period 107. Bacterial, Rickettsial, Protozoal, and Fungal Causes of Infertility and Abortion in Swine 108. Viral Causes of Infertility and Abortion 109. Noninfectious Causes of Infertility and Abortion 110. Influence of Environment and Housing on Swine Reproduction 111. Reproductive Health Programs for Swine Herds 112. Using Statistical Process Control to Investigate Reproductive Failure 113. Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Swine
114. South American Demographics and Herd Management Practices 115. Reproductive Management of Llamas and Alpacas 116. Reproductive Anatomy and Life Cycle of the Male and Female Llama and Alpaca 117. Breeding Soundness Examination of the Male Llama and Alpaca 118. Semen Collection and Artificial Insemination in Llamas 119. Ovarian Function in Llamas and Alpacas 120. Breeding Soundness and Subfertility in Female Llamas and Alpacas 121. Ovarian Synchronization and Induction of Ovulation in Llamas and Alpacas 122. Pregnancy Diagnosis in Llamas and Alpacas 123. Eutocia, Dystocia and Post-partum Care of the Dam and Neonate 124. Embryo Technologies in South American Camelids 125. Surgery of the Reproductive Tract in Lamoids
Specialized Livestock Theriogenology
126. Reproductive Cycles in Female Cervids 127. Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of Male Wapiti and Red Deer 128. Reproductive Behavior of Red Deer and Wapiti 129. Reproductive Management of Farmed Red Deer and Wapiti 130. Reproductive Management of Fallow Deer 131. Reproductive Management of White-tailed Deer 132. Reindeer Reproductive Management 133. Reproductive Management of Axis Deer 134. Antlers and Reproduction 135. Cervid Semen Collection and Freezing 136. Estrous Synchronization and Artificial Insemination in Domesticated Cervids 137. Application of Embryo Biotechnologies in Farmed Cervids 138. Reproductive Patterns in Female Bison 139. Reproductive Management of Bison 140. Pregnancy Determination and Fetal Aging of Farmed Red Deer, Wapiti and Bison 141. Diseases of Reproduction — Brucellosis 142. Other Reproductive Disease of Deer and Bison
By Robert S. Youngquist, DVM, Professor and Associate Chairman, University of Missouri, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, College of Veterinary Medicine, Columbia, MO; and Walter R. Threlfall, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate, The American College of Theriogenologists, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH