Vol. 6, Issue 9 (2017)
Surgical management of evisceration of intestines due to dog bite in a mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus)
Sripati Sethi, Biswadeep Jena, Balakrushna Dwibedi and Sunita Meher
Trauma to the small intestine is uncommon. Intestinal and mesenteric injury occurs commonly with penetrating abdominal wounds and blunt abdominal trauma or may occur with bite wounds of the abdomen. In present case, a mongoose was presented with teared skin, muscle and peritoneum of ventral region and evisceration of intestine due to dog bite. Clinical examination revealed as reddish, painful and echymotic skin around the eviscerated organ without any perforation in the intestines. Emergency surgical management was done by restraining the animal using proper anaesthetic protocol with proper post-operative management and the recovery was uneventful.
How to cite this article:
Sripati Sethi, Biswadeep Jena, Balakrushna Dwibedi, Sunita Meher. Surgical management of evisceration of intestines due to dog bite in a mongoose (Herpestes auropunctatus). Pharma Innovation 2017;6(9):533-534.