Bilateral Hydrometra.

Bilateral Hydrometra.
Both horns are distended with fluid indicating that an obstruction must be present at the level of the cervix. The uterus is thin walled and the fluid can be displaced manually per rectum from horn to horn, in contrast with the fluids of a pregnant uterus. The young corpus hemorrhagicum indicates that the cow was recently in heat.

Drost M (1971)