Hormones to Treat Cryptorchids

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While giving hormones to colts might seem like a method of self-destruction, there really is a reason for it in some cases--such as for cryptorchids. These colts have at least one testicle that hasn't descended into the scrotum; normally this occurs by 10 days after birth. James Brendemuehl, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, assistant professor of veterinary clinical medicine at the University of

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