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Indications for proligestone (Delvosteron) in dogs and cats






Praktische Tierarzt 62(12): 1058...1064

Indications for proligestone (Delvosteron) in dogs and cats

Among 540 dogs and cats in which this progestational hormone was used were cases of anoestrus (or requiring interruption of oestrus), pseudopregnancy, urinary incontinence in cats, milk secretion after hysterectomy in bitches, and hypersexuality in male dogs.

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