The theriogenology section considers research covering all areas of animal reproduction. This includes, but not limited to, studies on male and female reproductive physiology, sexual differentiation, endocrinology, gamete physiology and preservation, in vitro fertilization, hormonal manipulation of reproduction, pregnancy physiology, reproductive pathology, and diagnosis and treatment of reproductive disorders.
A case report: Actinobaculum suis infection associated with formation of pyogranuloma, epididymitis and azoospermia in a boar
Actinobaculum suis is a bacterium known to cause infections of the urogenital tract of sows. Infection can occur through close contact to boars, who frequently carry the pathogen in their preputial diverticulum b...
Citation: BMC Veterinary Research 2021 17:6