Anatomy E2, F

  1. Depression in the equine ovary
    Ovarian Fossa
  2. The equine ovary is characterized as being...
  3. Secondary Corpora Lutea persists from day ___ - ___
    40- 150
  4. Borders of the Peritoneal Pocket ovarian bursa:
    • Proper Ligament of the ovary (medial)
    • Mesosalpinx (laterally)
    • Ovary + Mesosalpinx (Cr)
    • Uterine Horn (Ca)
  5. The uterine tube ____ joins the uterine horn at a ____
    abruptly at a sphinctered papilla
  6. Shape of uterine horn
  7. Uterine horn is suspended by
    broad ligaments
  8. Equine uterine horn contains
    endometrial cups
  9. Equine amnion contains
  10. The uterine body is characterized as being
  11. What facilitates AI in the mare?
    Straight cervical canal, with longitudinal folds
  12. The vaginal part of the cervix projects into teh vagina, forming the
    annular vaginal fornix
  13. Appearance of the vaginal cervix:
    • Non-estrus= rose bud
    • Estrus= wilted rose
  14. The ___ and ___ is always retroperitoneal as it opens into the exterior
    • Vestibule
    • Caudal part of Vagina
  15. What predisposes the vestibule to prolapse
    Short urethra and Highly dilatable external urethral opening
  16. Appearance of the labia vulvae
    • Ventral= round
    • Dorsal= Pointed dorsal commisures
  17. Major aa of the female genital tract
    • Ovarian a
    • Uterine a
    • Vaginal a
  18. Main blood supply to the uterus
    Uterine a
  19. The vaginal a branches off of the
    internal pudendal
  20. The uterine a is a branch of the
    external iliac
  21. What type is teat is found in mares?
  22. Each mammea has ___ glands, ___ orifices
    • 2 glands
    • 2 orifices
  23. Main blood supply to mammae?
    External Pudendal a
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Anatomy E2, F
Anatomy E2, F