Title: Diagnosing subclinical endometritis in repeat breeder cattle using cytobrush technique
Authors: Brahmanand, Omprakash Shrivastava and Satyanidhi Shukla
Source: Ruminant Science (2018)-7(1):87-88.
Cite this reference as: Brahmanand, Shrivastava Omprakash and Shukla Satyanidhi (2018). Diagnosing subclinical endometritis in repeat breeder cattle using cytobrush technique. Ruminant Science 7(1):87-88.
Present study was conducted on 100 repeat breeder cattle to evaluate the endometrial cytology (EC) in diagnosis of subclinical endometritis. The repeat breeder cows with clear discharge were further subjected to uterine cytobrush technique for confirmation of subclinical endometritis i.e. on the basis of presence of >5 per cent polymorphnuclear (PMN) cells. The incidence of subclinical endometritis was 33 per cent (33/100). PMN percentage in the endometrial cytology samples in different groups varied from 5.67±0.21 to 7.66±0.19. It was concluded that endometrial cytology by cytobrush technique found easy and accurate method to diagnose subclinical endometritis in repeat breeder cattle.
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