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Endometrial aneurysm

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Synonym(s): Endometrial venous aneurysm


Endometrial aneurysm

Venous aneurysm’s form along a weakened part of the vein wall, these can then rupture causing bleeding, endometrial venous aneurysms are considered a congenital defect in unneutered female rabbits.

An endometrial venous aneurysm can rupture and bleed into the uterus causing blood to pass out of the urogenital opening and cause anaemia in the rabbit.

How do I know if my rabbit has an endometrial venous aneurysm?

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How is endometrial venous aneurysm treated?

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