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Vol. 9, Special Issue 7 (2020)

Surgical management of prolapsed cloaca with grade IV tear and egg binding in a duck

Author(s):
Indramani Nath, Biswadeep Jena, Dipna Jhonshon, Suchismita Mahalik and Sagar Sahoo
Abstract:
A duck presented with generalised debilitation, straining, dyspnoea and prolapsed, swollen cloaca secondary to dystocia along with a grade IV tear through which intestinal loops had been protruded. After repositioning of protruded organs and suturing of torn cloaca, a purse-string suture was placed to prevent recurrence. Contrary to the advice, owner had kept the suture until its next incubation period. This led to egg binding condition after 28 days, which was corrected after removal of purse-string suture.
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How to cite this article:
Indramani Nath, Biswadeep Jena, Dipna Jhonshon, Suchismita Mahalik and Sagar Sahoo. Surgical management of prolapsed cloaca with grade IV tear and egg binding in a duck. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(7S): 161-163.

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