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Formation of Follicular Cysts in Cattle and Therapeutic Effects of Controlled Internal Drug Release
Journal of reproduction and development
Follicular cysts in cattle result from excessive growth of the dominant follicle without ovulation and still constitute a major reproductive disorder in this species. One key hormonal characteristic of cows with follicular cysts is the lack of an LH surge, although they have increased plasma estradiol concentrations. Another is a relatively high level of pulsatile secretion of LH that promotes continued growth of the dominant follicle. These LH characteristics seem to result from a functionaldoi:10.1262/jrd.17081 pmid:16538030 fatcat:rzy5okjg3jem3c3c3zufzz3pxe