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Ultrasonographic monitoring of 103 recipient mares of different reproductive status during the first 30 days after embryo transfers



Ultrasonographic monitoring of 103 recipient mares of different reproductive status during the first 30 days after embryo transfers



Veterinary Record 153(18): 558-560



Ten pluriparous mares were used as donors to supply embryos which were transferred into 103 recipients, 31 of which were nulliparous, 34 were pluriparous and lactating, and 38 were pluriparous and non-lactating. The embryos were recovered eight days after ovulation and pregnancy was confirmed by ultrasound six days after the transfer; the length of the embryos was measured ultrasonographically on days 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 25 and 30 after the embryo transfer.

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DOI: 10.1136/vr.153.18.558



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