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Vol. 10, Special Issue 10 (2021)

Successful surgical management of atresia ani and atresia ani with rectovaginal fistula in ruminants

Author(s):
JJ Parmar, AH Parray, PB Dabhi, AI Shah and Neha Rao
Abstract:
7 cases comprised of one Mehsana calf and two HF cross calves with atresia ani along with rectovaginal fistula while remaining 4 had atresia ani in kids. The cases of atresia ani were observed within 1-3 days of age while cases of atresia ani with rectovaginal fistula presented 1-2 months age. Animals with atresia ani having straining for defecation with mild distention of abdomen and bulging on anal site with absence of anal opening; In calves with atresia ani with rectovaginal fistula had straining for defecation and passing of faeces from vagina. All the cases were treated successfully with surgical management. All animals responded well and recovered without any complications.
Pages: 486-488  |  419 Views  216 Downloads
How to cite this article:
JJ Parmar, AH Parray, PB Dabhi, AI Shah and Neha Rao. Successful surgical management of atresia ani and atresia ani with rectovaginal fistula in ruminants. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(10S): 486-488.

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