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Vol. 11, Special Issue 7 (2022)

Successful management of idiopathic conjunctival prolapse in two buffaloes

Author(s):
JJ Parmar, AH Parray, Patel UB, Neha Rao, AI Shah and VD Chauhan
Abstract:
A six year old Mehsana and four year old Surti buffaloes were presented with history of sudden swelling on both eye. The detail investigation and clinical examination revealed no any traumatic lesion on eye, but there was bilateral mild conjunctival swelling and prolapse of upper conjunctiva along with epiphora noted. Physiological and haematological parameters were within normal range, blood and faecal sample revealed negative. After restraining properly in standing position initially the eye was wash with diluted boric acid in cold water and mixture of Inj. Dexona 0.4 ml, Inj. Gentamicin and Inj. Atropine Sulphate 0.2 ml subconjunctival. Followed by topical drops from next day for five days. The swelling and prolapse was reduce and on next day the eye became normal. Both buffaloes were recovered well within five days and no reoccurrence seen.
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How to cite this article:
JJ Parmar, AH Parray, Patel UB, Neha Rao, AI Shah and VD Chauhan. Successful management of idiopathic conjunctival prolapse in two buffaloes. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(7S): 171-172.

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