By A O McKinnon; et al
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1). The diagnosis is made on clinical signs and ultrasonic examination of the uterus. Risk to the mare is low, and fetal risk is related to the amount of placenta affected. Prolonged gestation The mare’s reported range of ‘normal’ gestation lengths is quite elastic, with some references describing normal pregnancies lasting for up to 374 days or longer. Therefore it is difficult to define what constitutes a post-term pregnancy by days of ges- Fescue toxicosis, an intriguing model of maternal and fetal disease, is the result of mares eating fescue grass infested with a fungus (Acremonium coenophialum) that elaborates a mycotoxin that interacts with dopamine receptors.
But after the first 45 to 60 days the typical broodmare does not receive close, routine scrutiny again until the last 4–8 weeks of gestation. Consequently many causes of abortion and fetal/neonatal morbidity and mortality during the latter two-thirds of pregnancy remain poorly understood. Several large retrospective necropsy studies1, 2 have examined the causes of abortion, stillbirth, and perinatal death in horses. Placentitis, due to bacterial, viral and fungal causes, and delivery complications associated with dystocia, birth trauma, and asphyxia represented the most common causes of fetal and neonatal foal mortality.
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Equine reproduction by A O McKinnon; et al