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Post Partum Uterine Eversion and its Management in a Doe - A Case Report

B.Prakash Kumar, P.Ramesh, and K.Prabhakar Rao

Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary Science, Garividi, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Andhra Pradesh

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal April 2021 : 98 (4) - pages 27 to 28
(Received: February, 2022, Accepted: February, 2022)


A five year old female non-descript goat in third parity was presented to the Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary Science, Garividi with history of complete eversion of uterine mass which occurred immediately after parturition. Doe was stabilized initially with fluid and supportive therapy, epidural anesthesia was given with 1.5ml of 2% lignocaine solution at sacrococcygeal space. Everted uterine mass was cleaned properly, reduced after application of ice packs and retained entire uterine mass into the abdominal cavity by applying gentle pressure. Antibiotic and supportive therapy was continued for five days and the doe showed uneventful recovery after therapy.

Key Words: Doe, Parturition, Post partum, Uterine Eversion

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