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Vol. 10, Issue 8 (2021)

A Novel ‘Swing-rotation’ approach for the correction of post-cervical uterine torsion in a doe

Author(s):
V Prabaharan, S Sathesh kumar and S Prakash
Abstract:
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.
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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.
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