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Vol. 9, Special Issue 4 (2020)

Successful management of partially macerated immature schistsoma reflex fetus in a Murrah buffalo- A rare case report

Author(s):
Pramod Kumar, Sivendra Kumar Bhalothia, Tapendra Kumar, Satish, Bhanu Prakash, Rajendra Mehra, Sasi G and Tipu Sultan
Abstract:
Schistosomus reflexus is a congenital embryological development defect includes exposed fetal viscera/intestine and spinal curvature of the fetus. Fetal monster usually causes dystocia. An eight month pregnant Murrah buffalo with foul smell vaginal discharge was presented to the clinics of Gynaecology of College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Bikaner. This condition was managed by medicinal and obstetrical maneuvers. Later on it was proved as dystocia due to partially macerated immature schistosoma reflex monster fetus and vaginal delivery was attempted. After complete treatment the buffalo recovered successfully.
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How to cite this article:
Pramod Kumar, Sivendra Kumar Bhalothia, Tapendra Kumar, Satish, Bhanu Prakash, Rajendra Mehra, Sasi G and Tipu Sultan. Successful management of partially macerated immature schistsoma reflex fetus in a Murrah buffalo- A rare case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(4S): 95-96.

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