Year: 2020 | Month: August | Volume 10 | Issue 2
Management of a Complicated Case of Cervico-Vaginal Prolapse in Crossbred Cow— A Case Report
A case of cervico-vaginal prolapse in a 6 year old cross bred cow, in second parity was successfully managed in the veterinary hospital. The case was complicated due to several lacerations and bleeding points from the prolapsed mass which was hanging out from the last 18 hrs., was difficult to reposition in its natural anatomical position. Lacerations and bleeding points were sutured using absorbable suture and the prolapsed mass was manually repositioned and secured in vagina using Buhner’s sutures. Postoperative antibiotic, anti-inflammatory treatment and antiseptic dressing stabilized the condition of the animal. Mineral mixture was prescribed as a feed supplement to improve the condition of animal and prevent further occurrence of the prolapse.
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