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Figure 1 | Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica

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From: Alcohol diluent provides the optimal formulation for calcium chloride non-surgical sterilization in dogs

Figure 1

Intratesticular injection. Photograph shows procedure of single, bilateral intratesticular injection of 1 mL of 20% CaCl2 in ethanol for sterilization of mature male dogs. Each injection was performed using a sterile 22-gauge needle that was directed from the ventral aspect of each testis approximately 0.5 cm from the epididymal tail towards the cranial aspect of that testis. The solution was carefully deposited along the entire route by linear infiltration, while withdrawing needle from proximal to distal end.

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