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Vol. 10, Special Issue 7 (2021)

Management of dystocia due to prepartum vagino-cervical prolapse coupled with incomplete cervical dilatation in a Jersey crossbred cow

Author(s):
T Sarath, C Pugazharasi, N Arunmozhi, R Sureshkumar, Jayaganthan, Chhavi Gupta and D Reena
Abstract:
A case of dystocia due to prepartum Vagino-cervical prolapse coupled with incomplete cervical dilatation through cervicotomy in a Jersey crossbred cow is reported in this communication. An eight years old, full term pregnant Jersey crossbred cow in her fifth parity was presented to large animal obstetrics ward, Madras Veterinary College Teaching Hospital with the history of straining and difficulty in parturition for the last four hours with vagino-cervical prolapse. Detailed examination revealed vagino-cervical prolapse with presence of fetal parts and the dam couldn’t deliver the fetus due to incomplete dilatation of cervix. Based on the examination, the case was diagnosed as dystocia due to prepartum vagino-cervical prolapse coupled with incomplete cervical dilatation. Then, a live female fetus was successfully delivered through cervicotomy and the dam had an uneventful recovery.
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How to cite this article:
T Sarath, C Pugazharasi, N Arunmozhi, R Sureshkumar, Jayaganthan, Chhavi Gupta and D Reena. Management of dystocia due to prepartum vagino-cervical prolapse coupled with incomplete cervical dilatation in a Jersey crossbred cow. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(7S): 571-573.

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