An unusual case of cervical cyst along with pyometra and pyosalpingitis in a crossbreed Jersey cow
Bhathra NR, V Prabaharan and Chhavi Gupta
A pluriparous crossbreed cattle presented to LAC-OP -OG a unit of Veterinary Clinical complex, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Tirunelveli with the history of unable to conceive after 5 repeated AI. Transrectal ultrasonography revealed hypoechogenic fluid filled cyst in cervix (31.4 mm), hyperechoic uterine endometrium with thickness 2.64 mm, both ovaries had snow speckled appearance. Ovarian biometry of right and left ovary revealed multiple immature follicles and a dominant follicle (12.44 mm) respectively. Vaginal mucous membrane scoring revealed severe degree of clinical endometritis. The animal was treated with systemic antibiotic therapy (Inj. Enrofloxacin 1200mg IM) and intrauterine therapy with Metronidazole + Povidone Iodine solution (20:1) for 5 consecutive days. Post treatment rectal and ultrasonographic examination was found to be nonresponsive to therapy. Hence owner was advised to cull the animal. This short communication aims to put on record a rare case of coexisting case of cervical cyst, pyometra and pyosalpingitis.
How to cite this article:
Bhathra NR, V Prabaharan and Chhavi Gupta. An unusual case of cervical cyst along with pyometra and pyosalpingitis in a crossbreed Jersey cow. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 546-548.