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Vol. 6, Issue 12 (2017)

Surgical management of cystocele in cat

Author(s):
Mehreen Bashir, Mehraj U Din Dar, Hakim Athar and Taziyun imtiyaz
Abstract:
A cystocele results from a break in continuity of the pubocervical fascia hammock-like support of the bladder. Abdominal hernias generally occurs secondary to trauma, such as vehicular accidents or bite wounds; however, they occasionally occur as congenital lesions. This report involves a case of one year old female cat that was presented with a history of swelling at the inguinal region (Ventral hernia) and its successfully managed by surgical intervention at Teaching Veterinary Clinic Shuhama, Alusteng.
Pages: 359-360  |  517 Views  26 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mehreen Bashir, Mehraj U Din Dar, Hakim Athar, Taziyun imtiyaz. Surgical management of cystocele in cat. Pharma Innovation 2017;6(12):359-360.
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