Title: Pathology of adenomyosis in the female genital tract of cattle
Authors: Anita Rathore, Hemant Dadhich, Sunita Rani and Rohitash Dadhich
Source: Ruminant Science (2016)-5(2):263-264.
Cite this reference as: Rathore Anita, Dadhich Hemant, Rani Sunita and Dadhich Rohitash (2016). Pathology of adenomyosis in the female genital tract of cattle. Ruminant Science 5(2):263-264.
A total of 390 samples of female genital tract were examined from cattle of different age and breeds, of which 156 were found to have various abnormalities. Out of these, 64 samples revealed pathological lesions in the uterus, of which 1 case (0.64%) was of adenomyosis. Microscopically, foci of displaced endometrial glands were noticed either in single or numerous groups, superficial or deep extending into the myometrium and endometrial glands were present in myometrium.
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