Sorry it isn't working! I'll try to work it out later.
But the general point of the article:
There is no such thing as a proud cut gelding in reference to continued testosterone cause by retained epidiymis. This has been confirmed by many vets, including my personal vet.
The epididymis is not what produces testosterone, so therefore retained epididymis cannot cause a gelding to continue to produce testosterone.
-Off to find link for article-
ETA: I'm trying to find another article, and if I find the one I'm looking for I'll post it. http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Con...=0&SourceID=69
So, again, no such thing as proud cut. A retained testicle, sure, but not proud cut. The correct term for a retained testicle is cryptorchid, not proud cut. Posted via Mobile Device