Surgical management of cystorrhexis in a male Rottweiler Dog
Suresh L, Sunil CL, Kamalakar G, Lamani TD and Nagaraja BN
A 3-year-old male Rottweiler dog with the compliant of not passed urine for 5 days was presented to the Department of Surgery and Radiology, Veterinary College, Bangalore. On physical examination, distended abdomen and fluid thrill was noticed on succession. Pet was dull, dehydrated, and free passage of urinary catheter was noticed. On skiagram of the lateral abdomen, lack of bladder silhouette with absence of retroperitoneal details. Ultrasonography demonstrates fluid in the abdominal cavity with a defect in the dome of urinary bladder. Blood evaluation revealed increase in the total leucocyte count, with values of serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase and serum creatinine values at higher margin. The case was suspected of urinary bladder rupture. An emergency exploratory laparotomy was performed and confirmed the case as cystorrhexis. Cystorrhexis was corrected by Cystorrhaphy. Postoperatively fluid therapy, antibiotic, analgesics were given and with the regular wound dressing, the pet showed uneventful recovery.
How to cite this article:
Suresh L, Sunil CL, Kamalakar G, Lamani TD and Nagaraja BN. Surgical management of cystorrhexis in a male Rottweiler Dog. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(9S): 229-231.