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Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2019)

A retrospective studies on uterine torsion in graded murrah buffaloes at a referral center

Author(s):
Thangamani A, M Srinivas, K Sadasiva Rao and NVV Hari Krishna
Abstract:
Detailed obstetrical examination was performed in referral dystocia cases of Graded Murrah buffaloes and the incidence of uterine torsion (n=88) was recorded and analyzed. Uterine torsion occurred more frequently in pluriparous buffaloes at full term. Post cervical right sided uterine torsion was common with higher incidence for severe degree (>270->360°) of uterine torsion in buffaloes. The condition was observed since >24-36 hours in 53.40 per cent of the buffaloes before they were presented for treatment. The most fetuses delivered were in anterior longitudinal presentation and male fetus outnumbered the female fetuses.
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How to cite this article:
Thangamani A, M Srinivas, K Sadasiva Rao, NVV Hari Krishna. A retrospective studies on uterine torsion in graded murrah buffaloes at a referral center. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(4):882-884.

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