The diseases of the genital The diseases of the genital organs of domestic animals diseasesofgenita00will Year: 1921 Fig. 230—Fetal Placenta of Abortion. /, Parturient rent in chorion ; 2, necrotic area opposite the os uteri inter- num ; j, inflamed area radiating from cervix toward ovarian end of uterus ; 7, gravid horn ; 5, non-gravid horn. The infection grows through the chorion at the necrotic cer- vical area, through the continuous inflamed area (Fig. 230, 3), or through the inflamed tip of the chorion located in the non-gravid horn. When the allantoic fluid has been reached, the invasi

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The diseases of the genital The diseases of the genital organs of domestic animals diseasesofgenita00will Year: 1921 Fig. 230—Fetal Placenta of Abortion. /, Parturient rent in chorion ; 2, necrotic area opposite the os uteri inter- num ; j, inflamed area radiating from cervix toward ovarian end of uterus ; 7, gravid horn ; 5, non-gravid horn. The infection grows through the chorion at the necrotic cer- vical area, through the continuous inflamed area (Fig. 230, 3), or through the inflamed tip of the chorion located in the non-gravid horn. When the allantoic fluid has been reached, the invasion may continue through the urachus, but usually penetrates the amnion and, suspended in the amniotic fluid, is swallowed by the fetus. Then sepsis or dysentery may follow, with fetal death. Fetal death may also follow ex- tensive placentitis owing to asphyxia or to placental sepsis. The endometritis at the cervical end of the uterus awakens

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