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CSU Equine Reproduction eBooks

Date:               April 2, 2020

To:                   Equine and Theriogenology Colleagues

From:              Patrick McCue, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACT

RE:                 CSU Equine Reproduction Educational eBooks – Now Free

 

The emergence and world-wide spread of COVID-19 has completely disrupted our normal approach to the education of veterinary students and the provision of continuing education to veterinarians. We no longer have students in the classroom, in the veterinary hospital or at our equine reproduction clinic. As a consequence, we have had to adjust how we teach didactic material (it is now all on-line) and struggle with how to provide meaningful clinical case material for our senior veterinary students.

Yesterday we made a decision to make a series of eBooks on equine reproduction produced at Colorado State University available to our veterinary students at no charge (free). Our plan is to use the two Clinical Cases eBooks for on-line Rounds and to use the eTextbook (Clinical Equine Reproduction, Volumes 1 and 2) for selected reading assignments.

In the spirit of global collegiality in the age of COVID-19, we are also going to make the eBooks free to all veterinary students at all veterinary schools, as well as to veterinarians in private practice, Equine Science and Animal Science students and to all others interested in equine reproduction at no charge. The eBooks are currently designed to be downloaded onto and viewed by Apple devices (iPad, Mac laptops, iPhones); eventually we well work on a version for PC devices.

Simply copy and paste the following link into your web browser and download any or all of the eBooks.    https://books.apple.com/us/author/patrick-mccue/id974939735

Please feel free to share this email or link with colleagues, residents, interns and students.

Clinical Equine Reproduction, Volume 1 reviews Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Breeding Management

Clinical Equine Reproduction, Volume 2 covers Pregnancy, Foaling, Lactation and Foal Care

Clinical Cases in Equine Reproduction, Volumes 1 and 2 each describe 25 cases in mares, foals and stallions. A list of cases in each volume is presented on the following page.

 

Clinical Cases - Volume 1

Clinical Cases - Volume 2

  1. Granulosa-theca cell tumor
  2. Bacterial endometritis
  3. Fungal endometritis
  4. Mating-induced endometritis
  5. Endometrial cysts
  6. Blocked oviduct
  7. Hemorrhagic follicles
  8. Old maiden mare
  9. Asynchronous twins
  10. Placentitis
  11. Dystocia
  12. Ruptured uterine artery
  13. Atypical red-bag
  14. Retained placental horn
  15. Foal rejection
  16. Failure of passive transfer
  17. Atypical ruptured bladder
  18. Orphan foal
  19. Neonatal isoerythrolysis prevention
  20. Sperm Accumulator
  21. Urospermia
  22. Hemospermia
  23. Blocked ampullae
  24. Chemical ejaculation
  25. Epididymal semen collection
  1. Pyometra
  2. Persistent CL
  3. Mastitis
  4. Male pseudohermaphrodite
  5. Intrauterine kerosene therapy
  6. Breeding accident
  7. Foals from a dead mare
  8. Failure of maternal recognition of pregnancy
  9. Empty trophoblastic vesicle
  10. Uterine torsion
  11. Unexpected foal
  12. Induction of labor
  13. Post-partum pain
  14. Poor colostrum quality
  15. Uterine prolapse
  16. Meconium impaction
  17. Lethal white foal
  18. Umbilical abscess
  19. Clostridium enterocolitis
  20. Patent urachus
  21. Cryptorchid
  22. Testicular tumor
  23. Squamous cell carcinoma of penis
  24. Semen collected through urethrostomy
  25. Erection emergency

Mission Statement

The mission of the ACT is to promote animal well-being, reproductive health, responsible breeding and genetic practices, and efficient management of breeding-age animals in agriculture, veterinary practice, zoos, preserves, and ecosystems. In particular, the ACT envisions development of focus areas in theriogenology to incorporate the following in theriogenology/reproductive medicine:

1. Population control for domestic and non-domestic animals including feral animals, free-ranging and captive wildlife.

2. Genomics in livestock and companion animal practice.

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