Bovine endometritis: A review article
Prem Kumar R, Sunith R and Rajanna R
Endometritis is considered as one of the most important factor affecting both longevity and profitability of a dairy herd. It is the most frequent and complex pathology in bovines. It often occurs in post parturient dairy cows and is associated with reproductive losses. Endometritis involves several immunological changes as well as molecular mechanisms responsible for inflammation in the female uterus. Various risk factors are associated with the occurrence of Endometrial. The proper diagnosis helps at early treatment, prevention and control of endometritis. The treatment of endometritis should aim at exclusion of bacterial infection from the uterus. The present paper highlights the etiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control measures for endometritis.
How to cite this article:
Prem Kumar R, Sunith R, Rajanna R. Bovine endometritis: A review article. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(2):55-58.