Canine Pyometra: Current Perspectives on Causes and Management – A Review

Alok Kumar, Atul Saxena


Canine pyometra is a pathological condition of endometrium which results in accumulation of purulent semisolid substance in uterus. Canine pyometra is a sequlae of cystic endometrial hyperplacia (CEH) which results from hormonal imbalance. Despite of enormous veterinary medical research and development, still its main aspect of etio-pathology is not fully known. Canine pyometra is mostly associated with other similar uterine pathological conditions, i.e., hydrometra, mucometra and chronic endomertitis.


Canine pyometra, Uterus, Cystic endometrial hyperplacia (CEH), Hormones.

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