hydrometra

hydrometra

 [hi″dro-me´trah]
collection of watery fluid in the uterus.

hy·dro·me·tra

(hī'drō-mē'tră),
Accumulation of thin mucus or other watery fluid in the cavity of the uterus.
[hydro- + G. mētra, uterus]

hy·dro·me·tra

(hī'drō-mē'tră)
Accumulation of thin mucus or other watery fluid in the cavity of the uterus.
[hydro- + G. mētra, uterus]
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Results of vaginal examination, vaginal cytology and ultrasonography were used to differentiate pyometra from other uterine pathologies such as mucometra and hydrometra. For this purpose, transabdominal ultrasonography was performed to visualise the uterus (Easote Piemedical MyLab Five Vet, Netherlands) and also vaginoscopy was used to see the cervix uteri and vagina.
Slight or moderate hydrometra of the uterus was observed in some females (4/10 in the control group, 2/10 in the 100 mg/kg bw/day group, and 2/10 in the 720 mg/kg bw/day group).
The hydrometra, with a diameter of approximately 14 x 11 cm by ultrasound examination, was found.
Ultrasonography may be helpful in diagnosis of hydrometra and mucometra in cattle (Fig.
The types of abnormalities observed were ovarian hypoplasia, ovarian cysts, endometritis, pyometra, hydrometra, mummified foetus, salpingitis, haematosalpinx, cervical atresia, vaginitis, and granular vulvovaginitis (Figure 1).
After autopsy, complete lumen obstruction of curettage site of two uterine horns was induced hydrometra (Figure 3A).
trepidus se encontraban compartiendo el habitat, lo cual coincide con lo observado por Drake & Hottes (1951), y con individuos de Hydrometra Latreille, 1796 y Rhagovelia Mayr, 1865.
A synopsis of the Hydrometra (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Hydrometridae) from the Amazon River floodplain of Amazon River, Brazil, with description of Hydrometra argentina Berg.
This short paper provides the first record of Hydrometra bifurcate/ from the island of Reunion in the Mascarene Archipelago, accompanied by additional distribution records for H.
The reference specimen were identified morphologically at the Kenya National Museums in Nairobi as Micrivelia sp (Veliidae), Hydrometra sp (Hydrometridae), Anisops debilis, Gerst (Notonectidae), Gerris hypolence, Gerst (Gerridae) and Hydrovatus cribratus, Sharp (Dytiscidae).
(0-27) (0-9) Hydrometra greeni -- -- Kirkaldy Laccotrephes 0.75 [+ or -] 2.49 0.75 [+ or -] 2.49 maculates (0-9) (0-9) (Fabricius) Corixa hieroglyphica 12.75 [+ or -] 16.21 12.75 [+ or -] 26.61 Duf.