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This article will look at cystic ovaries in female guinea pigs. Cystic ovaries can be functional or non-functional fluid filled cysts that usually develop spontaneously in the older sow. The presence of cysts usually reduces fertility and potentially causes serious uterine disease. Identifying...

Author(s)
Sibbald, R.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
The Veterinary Nurse, 2019, 10, 6, pp 318-322
Abstract

A 3-year-old, 920 g intact female guinea pig presented with a 4-month history of nonpruritic hair loss on the ventral abdomen. The physical examination revealed flank and ventral abdominal alopecia, mucoid vulvar discharge, and abdominal distension. Bilateral rounded masses just caudal to the...

Author(s)
Kohutova, S.; Paninarova, M.; Škorič, M.; Jekl, V.; Knotek, Z.; Hauptman, K.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, 2018, 27, 1, pp 41-45
Abstract

Disorders of the female genital tract are among the most common disorders in pet guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus); however, knowledge of many aspects of these disorders is sparse, especially regarding their incidence and age distribution. Ovarian cysts, as the most common genital tract disorder in ...

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Bertram, C. A.; Müller, K.; Klopfleisch, R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 2018, 165, pp 13-22
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Endometriosis is a chronic gynecological disease characterized by the ectopic proliferation of endometrial tissue outside of the uterine cavity. The pathogenesis of this disease is still obscure, and Sampson's theory of retrograde menstruation is still the most widely accepted explanation....

Author(s)
Baldi, A.; Lanza, A.; Menicagli, F.; Signorile, P. G.; Spugnini, E. P.
Publisher
Hindawi, London, UK
Citation
Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine, 2017, 2017, pp Article ID 4594510
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Necropsy examination was performed on a 26-month-old adult primigravid female guinea pig (sow). Morbid changes in the ovaries include fluid filled, large cysts replacing a majority of the ovarian tissue. Microscopic evaluation showed that the ovaries were composed of multiple, variable sized...

Author(s)
Preetha, S. P.; Thangapandiyan, M.; Selvaraj, J.; Devi, R. G.; Parimal Roy; Baegan, S.; Manohar, B. M.
Publisher
Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Karnal, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Research, 2011, 45, 3, pp 228-229
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Cystic ovaries were found PM in 54 of 71 (76%) female guinea pigs between 18 and 60 months of age. This histological appearance and location of the cysts within the ovary were consistent with cystic rete ovarii. The microscopic appearance of the large ovarian cysts suggested that reproductive...

Author(s)
Keller, L. S. F.; Griffith, J. W.; Lang, C. M.
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 1987, 24, 4, pp 335-339
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Ovarian cysts are nonfunctional, fluid-filled cysts that develop spontaneously near the ovaries throughout the female guinea pig's reproductive cycle, reducing fertility in females older than 15 months and causing potentially serious uterine disorders. Permanent treatment requires...

Author(s)
Pilny, A.
Publisher
Elsevier, Inc., New York, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, 2014, 17, 1, pp 69-75
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Mancinelli, E.
Publisher
Veterinary Business Development Ltd, Peterborough, UK
Citation
Veterinary Times, 2015, 45, 17, pp 12-14
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Ovaries were collected from normal cycling female guinea pigs on each day of the oestrous cycle (n=5 per day) for histological analysis of ovarian morphology. Three types of ovarian cysts were observed: serous cysts, follicular cysts and parovarian cysts. The most common were serous cysts (cystic...

Author(s)
Shi FangXiong; Petroff, B. K.; Herath, C. B.; Ozawa, M.; Watanabe, G.; Taya, K.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2002, 64, 2, pp 129-135
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Author(s)
Rueløkke, M. L.; McEvoy, F. J.; Nielsen, T. D.; Holt, S.
Publisher
Zoological Education Network, Lake Worth, USA
Citation
Exotic DVM, 2003, 5, 5, pp 33-36

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