Veterinary obstetrics

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An acellular structure known as a hippomane floating in the alantoic liquid of mares, jennies, and cows

Veterinary obstetrics are the obstetrical methods used in veterinary medicine, which are quite different from those of human medicine. Veterinary obstetrics is a branch of veterinary medicine that deals with medical and surgical care together with manipulations of the female animals in breeding, gestation, labor, purperium and care of the neonates.

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