A Novel ‘Swing-rotation’ approach for the correction of post-cervical uterine torsion in a doe
V Prabaharan, S Sathesh kumar and S Prakash
A rare case of dystocia due to uterine torsion has been reported in a non-descriptive ewe. A 3 year old full term primiparous ewe with clinical sings of intermittent training for 3 days and it was treated by a local veterinarian 2 days back. On per vaginal examination a 180° right side post cervical uterine torsion was diagnosed. Detorsion was achieved successfully by a novel approach called swing rotation method. After detorsion the cervix was palpable and closed. The animal was treated for termination of pregnancy and after 2 days the animal deliver one dead fetus per vaginaly without assistance. Uterine torsion was successfully relieved by Swing rotation method easily in small ruminants was reported in this article.
How to cite this article:
V Prabaharan, S Sathesh kumar, S Prakash. A Novel ‘Swing-rotation’ approach for the correction of post-cervical uterine torsion in a doe. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(8):1190-1191.