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me·tri·tis

 (mĭ-trī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the uterus.

metritis

(mɪˈtraɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the uterus

me•tri•tis

(mɪˈtraɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of the uterus.
[1835–45; < Greek mḗtr(a) womb + -itis]
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Noun1.metritis - inflammation of the lining of the uterus (of the endometrium)metritis - inflammation of the lining of the uterus (of the endometrium)
inflammation, redness, rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
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me·tri·tis

n. metritis, infl. de la pared uterina.
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The affected animals can become anemic susceptible to pneumonia, mastitis and metritis. The heterozygotes have low calving and survival rates with high morbidity and mortality (Liptrap et al., 1987; Marron et al., 2004).
In veterinary medicines, large macrolide drugs are used for treatment of upper respiratory tract infections, bacterial enteritis, bronchopneumonia metritis, pyodermatitis, arthritis and other urinary tract infections.
Diverse factors, e.g., body condition score (BCS) during transition or at service, heat stress, age or parity, milk yield, calving to first service interval, and peripartum disorders (dystocia, metritis, and retained placenta) have been interrogated for an effect on FSC [3,4,7].
If it is not wellmanaged, cows are far more susceptible to a wide range of diseases such as milk fever, fatty liver, ketosis and metritis.
Asi mismo, puede causar infecciones del tracto genital de hembras Bovinas, como la vulvovaginitis postular Infecciosa (VPI) y en machos balanopostitis pustular Infecciosa (BPI) (9), llegando a causar en algunas ocasiones mastitis, metritis, abortos, infertilidad, ciclos del estro alterados e incluso epididimitis en los machos que se encuentran afectados con el virus (3,9).
However, the presence of neutrophils in vaginal smears has received little attention in cyclic animals (Mattos et al., 2003), except in cases of intense infiltration, which is a characteristic during the period of uterine involution in the postpartum period and in cases of metritis (Groppetti et al., 2012; Sharma & Sharma, 2016).
These include cystic ovarian or endometrial hyperplasia, salpingitis, metritis, oviductal rupture, or neoplasia.
Clarifide Plus gives producers genomic predictions for wellness traits that directly indicate the genetic risk for the six most common and costly animal health diseases: mastitis, lameness, metritis, retained placenta, displaced abomasum and ketosis.
Se caracteriza por la produccion de abortos en el ultimo tercio de gestacion, retencion de placenta, metritis, infertilidad, natimortos, mastitis, menor produccion y calidad de leche, afecciones articulares, orquitis y epididimitis, constituyendose en una zoonosis ocupacional que afecta con mas frecuencia a los veterinarios y trabajadores rurales, asi como personas vinculadas a la cadena productiva (5, 11, 21).
Previous reports on factors associated with reproductive disorders in buffaloes include endometritis, toxic puerperal metritis and retained placenta was considered as the most importance one (Azawi, 2006) as the condition oftenly resulted in puerperal metritis which culminated to infertility (Azwai and Taha, 2002).
Anestrous (40%), silent heat (31.4%), calving interval (14.3%) and metritis (14.3%) were noticed as reproductive disorders in dairy animals of dairy farms in Punjab.
Uterine involution is affected by breed, age, dystocia, retained placenta, metritis, twin birth, time of year, metabolic status (21), nutrition, uterine disease and the environment (1).