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Vol. 10, Special Issue 1 (2021)

Dystocia due to bilateral shoulder flexion in Murrah buffalo northern region of Telangana

Author(s):
Lakavath Ram Singh
Abstract:
A case of dystoica in a Murrah buffalo was reported in veterinary clinical complex college of veterinary science Korutlaper vaginal examination showed that the condition is due to biltareal flexion and fallowing the lubrication of the shoulder flexion birth canal followed by posture correction and manipulation of dead fetus and removed successfully.
Dystocia, means difficult parturition the incidence of bovine is very variable and is influenced by many factors. The overall incidence is within the range 3-10% of all calvings (Peter GG Jackson) but can be very much higher. So many factors involved and interrelated have been shown to influence the incidence of dystocia.
Higher incidence of dystocia is seen in heifers bred when young, poorly grown and at their 1st calving (Peter GG Jackson 2004 Roberts 1971). However flexion of forelimbs as cause of dystocia, has been reported in Addax (Megan et al., 2013) and several forelimbs bilateral shoulder flexion in buffaloes has been reported in (Srinivas et al., 2007).
Pages: 89-90  |  97 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Lakavath Ram Singh. Dystocia due to bilateral shoulder flexion in Murrah buffalo northern region of Telangana. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(1S): 89-90.
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