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Author Patil, Dikshita Sankar, P. Kumaresan, A.
Source KrishiKosh-Indian National Agricultural Research System
Content type Text
Publisher TANUVAS
File Format PDF
Language English
Alternative Title TANUVAS 9th Clinical Case Conference Abstract 3rd - 4th August 2017
Subject Domain (in DDC) Technology ♦ Agriculture & related technologies ♦ Animal husbandry
Subject Keyword Typhlotomy ♦ Caecum ♦ Dialatation ♦ Cattle ♦ Kangeyam ♦ Veterinary Science - Conference Abstract
Abstract A Kangeyam cow aged 7 years weighing about 255 kg was presented to the TVCC, Namakkal with the history of inappetance, passing pellet dung, suspending rumination and colic signs since four months. Clinical examination revealed absence of rumination with reduced rumen motility and normal consistency. Rectal examination revealed empty rectum with caecal dilatation. Ultrasound examination revealed no intestinal motility and distended caecum. Based on clinical and ultrasound ï¬ ndings, the case was diagnosed as caecal dilatation. The physiological parameters recorded were Within the normal limits indicating that the animal was apparently healthy. Right side laparotomy under general anaesthesia using GG, Xylazine, Ketamine and Isoflurane was performed. The distended caecum was exteriorized and typhlotomy was performed to remove the contents.
Educational Use Reading
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Conference Proceedings
Publisher Date 2017-08-01
Size (in Bytes) 1.11 MB
Page Count 2
Starting Page 232
Ending Page 233