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Vol. 8, Issue 10 (2019)

Hematological and radiographic findings in cattle with foreign body syndrome

Author(s):
Aboli Lakhpati, Balaji Ambore, Gayatri Wankhede, Vishwambhar Patodkar, Ravi Suryawanshi, Ajit Mali and Yogesh Jadhav
Abstract:
The present study was aimed to observe the haematological and radiological findings in cattle affected with foreign body syndrome. Cattle presented in the TVCC, Ambulatory Clinic and during Animal Health Camps showing the signs of either impaction/ recurrent tympany/ brisket oedema/ jugular pulsation/ arched back/ anorexia/ intermittent pain symptoms/ abducted elbows were screened for Foreign Body Syndrome (FBS). Overall incidence of FBS was 49.31%. Further it was more in females (91.66%) than male (8.33%). Haematology showed lymphocytopenia with neutrophilia and increase in band neutrophils. Radiography could efficiently identify the nature and location of the foreign body but could not tell the sequelae of the syndrome or the extent of damage been caused. Hence, it was concluded that for early diagnosis of FBS cases, haematology plays an important role along with radiological examination.
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How to cite this article:
Aboli Lakhpati, Balaji Ambore, Gayatri Wankhede, Vishwambhar Patodkar, Ravi Suryawanshi, Ajit Mali, Yogesh Jadhav. Hematological and radiographic findings in cattle with foreign body syndrome. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(10):268-273.

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