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|Title:||PROXIMAL STRANGULATION OF A BENGAL TIGER (Panthera tigris) AT CHITTAGONG ZOO: A CASE STUDY|
|Keywords:||: tiger, clinical signs, post mortem, hemorrhage, strangulation.|
|Publisher:||Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Khulshi, Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh|
|Abstract:||A tiger of 14 years old was died in Chittagong Zoo, Chittagong with clinical signs of off feed for 15 days, lied down for whole day, very tense abdomen, no defecation, labored breathing, front limbs tense forward when standing for short time and suspected a case of strangulation. Finally, confirmed by post mortem examination and identification of strangulation site at some what proximal to the junction between jejunum and ileum with high hemorrhage|
|Appears in Collections:||Clinical Report|
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