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Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis et purulenta chronica)

Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis is a long-term inflammation of the uterine mucosa, accompanied by the release of mucopurulent exudate.

Etiology. Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis usually develops from acute endometritis or arises from chronic catarrhal endometritis with the introduction of pyogenic microbes.

In chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis, the pathogenesis is basically the same as in chronic catarrhal endometritis. However, changes in the endometrium and in the body with catarrhal-purulent endometritis are more pronounced. In particular, in the uterine mucosa, in addition to hyperemia, hemorrhage and swelling, purulent infiltration and tissue degeneration may develop. Sometimes ulcers, cicatricial cords and warty-mushroom formations are formed. Intoxication is possible, causing a deterioration in the general condition of the animal.

Symptoms and course. Catarrhal-purulent chronic endometritis is characterized by constant or periodic discharge from the uterus of mucopurulent exudate. The exudate may be liquid or thick, creamy, cloudy, yellowish-white, white or yellow, and sometimes with a reddish tint. Exudation is usually increased during estrus and in the first days after it, as well as when the animal is lying.

When a vaginal examination in the vagina is found banded hyperemia and exudate from the uterus.
The vaginal part of the cervix is ​​usually hyperemic. The cervical canal is ajar and filled with mucopurulent exudate or closed. In the latter case, the flow of exudate from the uterus ceases.

During rectal examination, the uterus is found in the pelvic cavity or is somewhat lowered into the abdominal cavity. With the accumulation of a large amount of exudate, it sinks deep into the abdominal cavity. On palpation of the uterus, more or less pronounced fluctuation, soreness and asymmetry of the uterine horns are detected. In addition, puffiness and sagging of the walls of the uterus, a decrease or absence of their contractility are found.

The general condition of the animal without noticeable deviations from the norm. However, with exacerbations of the process and intoxication, a decrease in appetite, a deterioration in general condition, an increase in body temperature and a gradual thinning of the animal are often observed. The sexual cycle is violated, fertilization during insemination does not occur.

The course of chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis, the prognosis for it, as well as the methods of treatment and prevention are the same as for chronic catarrhal endometritis.
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Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis et purulenta chronica)

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