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Vol. 9, Issue 11 (2020)

A rare case report of imperfect cervical dilatation with fetal maceration in non-descriptive doe

Author(s):
Manikandan R, Dinesh M and Kalaiselvan E
Abstract:
Fetal maceration may occur at any stage of gestation and has been observed in all species. Fetal maceration is mostly seen in case of cattle and is uncommon in the goat. A full term non-descriptive pluriparous goat dystocia was attended with a history of intermittent straining and unable to deliver kids. Kidding was induced, dead fetuses and macerated fetal bony parts were removed manually per-vaginum. Doe delivered three dead fetuses and a macerated fourth fetus after induction. A rare case of dystocia due to imperfect cervical dilatation and fetal maceration along with three dead fetuses in a non-descriptive doe and its delivery by manual traction is reported and described.
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How to cite this article:
Manikandan R, Dinesh M, Kalaiselvan E. A rare case report of imperfect cervical dilatation with fetal maceration in non-descriptive doe. Pharma Innovation 2020;9(11):222-223.

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