Bleeding of the Uterine Artery

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There are two large arteries that supply the uterus with blood. One crisis that can occur is severe hemorrhage of one of these arteries into the surrounding tissue or abdominal cavity. This problem, "rupture of the uterine artery," is well-documented in older mares and usually occurs after the birth of the foal or up to a few days afterward.

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