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Regardless of the cause, poor vulva anatomy is an important component of subfertility in mares due to the ease in which the mare's tract can become contaminated and infected. The general affects of estrogen include initiation of standing heat, dilation of the cervix, and changes in the oviducts in preparation for egg and sperm transport. A small sample of the uterine lining endometrium is obtained during a uterine biopsy for histological examination. The tract goes through various changes as a mare exhibits estrous cycles. In diestrus, the vagina is typically pale and dry.