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Title: A case study on pyometra in cat
Authors: Mili, Maria Yeasmin
Keywords: : Cat, Pyometra, Progesteron, Ovariohysterectomy
Issue Date: Nov-2022
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary & Animal |Sciences University
Abstract: This study was designed to know payometra of cat. The studied cat was 8 months old and weight is 2.75 kg. It was in ideal body condition score (1-5 point scale). There was no conception or kidding history of the cat. The cat was lethargic, anorexic and the abdomen was distended. The diagnosis was made by clinical symptoms, physical examination, radiography, and abdominal ultrasonography. Radiography showed hazy tubular areas in uterus. Ultrasonography typically revealed an enlarged, fluid-filled uterus. Ovariohysterectomy was done to treat this case. Antibiotic, antihistamine and pain killer were given for 7 days to treat this case after operation. After 10 days of operation skin suture was removed. The patient was recovered without any complication. It concludes that ovariohysterectomy is the safest and most effective treatment of pyometra in cat
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