retained(redirected from retained corpus luteum)
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kept in an original position when dehiscence or movement to another location is more appropriate.
retained cartilage core
see retained enchondral cartilage cores.
retained corpus luteum
the corpus luteum is not resorbed at the appropriate time in the reproductive cycle and the animal remains anestral.
see meconium ileus.
see retained placenta.
failure of the testicle(s) to migrate out of the peritoneal cavity, through the inguinal ring and into the scrotum before the animal reaches puberty. The retention may be uni- or bilateral.
Patient discussion about retained
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