DOI: 10.22456/1679-9216.97854
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Abstract: Background: Uterine prolapse is an obstetric emergency because the exposed tissue can present edema, devitalization or even gangrene, depending on the evolution time and on the severity of circulatory changes. Haemorrhage due to the rupture of ovarian or uterine vessels can evolve rapidly to hypovolemic shock. More rarely, secondary thromboembolism to the uterine strangulation can be developed, complication that can also lead to death. This study reports the case of a Brazilian Molosser bitch treated by reduci… Show more

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