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Laparoscopic view of the uterine bifurcation in a nonpregnant ewe.
Shipley C (2006)
The anesthetized ewe is suspended at a near vertical angle to allow the abdominal viscera to drop down, and the uterus and ovaries to be suspended for easier viewing with the laparoscope.
Drost M (2006)
After surgical preparation of the posterior abdominal site for laparoscopy the area is draped to maintain asepsis.
The sterile laparoscope has been inserted to view the uterus and the ovaries.
The sterile laparoscope has been inserted to view the uterus and the ovaries. Via a second portal, the insemination pipet is inserted to inject the semen directly into the uterine horn.
A sterile needle may be inserted into the abdominal cavity to deliver carbon dioxide to distend the abdomen and facilitate the viewing of the internal organs.
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