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Vol. 11, Special Issue 5 (2022)

Incidence of endometritis in repeat breeder graded Murrah buffaloes belonging to coastal Andhra Pradesh

Author(s):
Hussaini YD, K Sadasiva Rao, Manda Srinivas, V Devi Prasad and Thangamani A
Abstract:
The present investigation was conducted to assess the causes of repeat breeding in Graded Murrah buffaloes (n=85) which were belonging to region of coastal Andhra Pradesh. The characterization of repeat breeding in Graded Murrah buffaloes based on the clinical condition of the reproductive tract, revealed that buffaloes had cystic ovarian degeneration (2.35%), cystic endometrium (1.18%), endometritis (74.11%), mucometra (1.18%), uterine/ovarian tumours (1.18%), ovario-bursal adhesions (1.18%), had kinked or fibrosed cervix (17.64%) and uterine adhesions (1.18%) among 85 repeat breeder buffaloes screened. Amongst the buffaloes with history of failure of conception, the most predominant cause was endometritis with an occurrence of 74.11 per cent.
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How to cite this article:
Hussaini YD, K Sadasiva Rao, Manda Srinivas, V Devi Prasad and Thangamani A. Incidence of endometritis in repeat breeder graded Murrah buffaloes belonging to coastal Andhra Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(5S): 1745-1747.

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