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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Management of dystocia due to Cyclopic and Arhinia fetal monster with fetal anasarca in a sahiwal cow: A case report

Author(s):
Shraddha Sinha, Neeti Bante, Renuka Mishra, Brahmendra Reddy, Suryakant Sahu, Sunita Patel and Richa Chourasia
Abstract:
A case of pregnant cattle was brought to Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex (TVCC), Anjora, Durg. Which was near term pregnant and having excessively enlarged abdomen. On clinical examination, it revealed hydrops amnion and was subsequently treated with Cloprostenol and Dexamethasone to induce parturition as the animal was close to calving. Parturition started within 24hrs, but the foetus lodged at the brim of pelvis resulting in dystocia. The dystocia was corrected by manual manipulation, repulsion and traction. On parturition, the fetus was found to be dead and had monstrosities. The foetus had incomplete fusion of eye orbit and absence of upper jaw, facial and nasal bones and incomplete bifurcation of tongue. Based on the above characters thefoetus was identified Cyclopic and arhinia fetus.
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How to cite this article:
Shraddha Sinha, Neeti Bante, Renuka Mishra, Brahmendra Reddy, Suryakant Sahu, Sunita Patel and Richa Chourasia. Management of dystocia due to Cyclopic and Arhinia fetal monster with fetal anasarca in a sahiwal cow: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 675-677.

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