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The underlying functional and molecular changes in canine primary uterine inertia (PUI) are still not clarified. Leptin (Lep) and obesity negatively affect uterine contractility in women, partly mediated by the RhoA/Rho associated kinase pathway, affecting myometrial calcium sensitization. We...

Author(s)
Frehner, B. L.; Reichler, I. M.; Kowalewski, M. P.; Gram, A.; Keller, S.; Goericke-Pesch, S.; Balogh, O.
Publisher
Society for Reproduction and Development, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Development, 2021, 67, 3, pp 207-215
AbstractFull Text

To quantitatively evaluate the uterine activity, a tocodynamometric method, developed based on recording of uterine contractions across the abdominal surface is used. The study was carried out on 40 clinical cases of dystocia in female dogs, diagnosed to be due to complete primary uterine inertia...

Author(s)
Prashantkumar; Krishnaswamy, A.; Honnappa, T. G.; Murthy, V. C.; Bhat, M. N.; Rangnath, L.
Publisher
Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice, Lucknow, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Canine Practice, 2019, 11, 1, pp 38-41
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The study was conducted at TVCC, Nagpur Veterinary College, Nagpur. Prospectively a complete clinical evaluation was done in 60 clinical cases in bitches with uterine inertia. This study was conducted to compare gestational length and litter size with the parity status in bitches suffering from ...

Author(s)
Bawaskar, M. S.; Sahatpure, S. K.; Patil, M. S.; Upadhye, S. V.; Bhojne, G. R.
Publisher
Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice, Lucknow, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Canine Practice, 2019, 11, 2, pp 131-134
Abstract

Primary uterine inertia (PUI) is the most common type of dystocia in dogs. We hypothesized that PUI develops because of lower than normal expression of the basic contractile elements in the uterus, i.e., smooth muscle (SM) α- and γ-actin and SM-myosin, and that the expression of these proteins is...

Author(s)
Egloff, S.; Reichler, I. M.; Kowalewski, M. P.; Keller, S.; Goericke-Pesch, S.; Balogh, O.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2020, 156, pp 162-170
Abstract

The aetiology of primary uterine inertia (PUI), which is the most common cause of canine dystocia, is still not elucidated. Prostaglandins (PGs) play a crucial role in parturition. We hypothesized that the expression of prostaglandin endoperoxidase synthase 2 (PTGS2), PGF2α synthase (PGFS), and...

Author(s)
Rempel, L. M.; Lillevang, K. T. A.; Straten, A. K. T.; Friðriksdóttir, S. B.; Körber, H.; Wehrend, A.; Kowalewski, M. P.; Reichler, I. M.; Balogh, O.; Goericke-Pesch, S.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Cell and Tissue Research, 2021, 385, 1, pp 251-264
Abstract

This study aimed to examine the etiology of canine dystocia by measuring the relative expression of oxytocin receptor (OXTR) mRNA and the concentration of serum progesterone, plasma PGF metabolite (PGFM), and blood ionized calcium (iCa) near term and in dystocia. Altogether 58 bitches were...

Author(s)
Tamminen, T.; Sahlin, L.; Masironi-Malm, B.; Dahlbom, M.; Katila, T.; Taponen, J.; Laitinen-Vapaavuori, O.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2019, 135, pp 38-45
Abstract

A two and half years old beagle bitch was brought with the history of greenish vaginal discharge for over 12 hours with no progressive abdominal straining and uterine contraction. Treatment for primary uterine inertia resulted in assisted delivery of puppies.

Author(s)
Reshma, A.; Gowda, A. J. S.; Gudur, I. H.
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai, India
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 2019, 96, 2, pp 63-64
Abstract

Uterine inertia is a common cause of dystocia in the bitch and is designated as primary (i.e., uterine contractions fail to ever be initiated) or secondary (i.e., uterine contractions cease after a period of time but before labor is completed). The etiology of primary uterine inertia is not well...

Author(s)
Davidson, A. P.
Publisher
American Animal Hospital Association, Denver, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 2011, 47, 2, pp 83-88
AbstractFull Text

A Labrador retriever bitch, treated for presumed partial primary uterine inertia with repeated doses of oxytocin, was diagnosed with uterine rupture and a retained dead foetus in the peritoneum. The dog underwent a cesarean section and a complete wound dehiscence and septic peritonitis followed. An ...

Author(s)
Sophia, X.; Laiju, M. P.; Jayakumar, C.; Abhilash, R. S.
Publisher
Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice, Lucknow, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Canine Practice, 2019, 11, 2, pp 158-160
Abstract

Prostaglandin (PG) E2 plays a crucial role in the endocrine network of canine parturition and we hypothesized that PGE2, 15-hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase (HPGD) and PG-transporter (PGT) might be involved in the development of primary uterine inertia (PUI). We investigated PTGE synthase...

Author(s)
Rempel, L. M.; Körber, H.; Reichler, I. M.; Balogh, O.; Goericke-Pesch, S.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2021, 175, pp 134-147

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