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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Clinico-haematological, radiographical and ultrasonographical studies on traumatic pericarditis in bovines

Author(s):
Raj Kumar, Anita Kumari, Richa Chourasia, Shivangi Diwedi, P Bishnoi, SK Jhirwal, S Palecha, AK Bishnoi and M Tanwar
Abstract:
Present study carried out in 23 bovine to evaluate the efficacy of clinical, haematological, Radiographic and ultrasonographic finding in the diagnosis of traumatic pericarditis in bovine. History by animal owner anorexia, tympany, edema and diarrhea. Haemtological finding reveled that decreased haemoglobin, packed cell volume (PCV), lymphocyte count and monocyte count and increased mean values of leukocyte count and mean granulocyte count was found. In Left thorax Radiograph recognized Radio-opaque foreign bodies only in 60.21 percent of animals and ultrasonographic examination revealed mixed type of echogenicity in the pericardial cavity interspersed with fibrin deposition in presented animals. Post-mortam examination reveled thickening of pericardium with fibrinous and suppurative inflammation of pericardium and epicardium. This fibrin gives the appearance of “scramble egg”. In presented animals distinct type of foreign body recovered. The entire presented animal die within 2 week of treatment. The prognosis of traumatic Pericarditis was guarded. Present study revealed that Clinical, haematological, radiographical, Ultrasonographic approach can be used effectively for the diagnosis of traumatic pericarditis.
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How to cite this article:
Raj Kumar, Anita Kumari, Richa Chourasia, Shivangi Diwedi, P Bishnoi, SK Jhirwal, S Palecha, AK Bishnoi and M Tanwar. Clinico-haematological, radiographical and ultrasonographical studies on traumatic pericarditis in bovines. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1638-1640.

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