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Title: A Successful Caesarean Operation in a Persian cat: A Case Report
Authors: Hakim, Md. Jobair
Keywords: Persian cat, dystocia, caesarean section, TTPHRC
Issue Date: Nov-2023
Publisher: A Clinical report presented in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Abstract: The present case study was conducted at Dhaka's Teaching and Training Pet Hospital and Research Center (TTPHRC). A one-year-old Persian cat weighing 3 kg with a history of single fetus birth 24 hours prior followed by dystocia and malnutrition. On examination, the queen was lethargic and depressed having no signs of uterine contractions and had remarkably enlarged abdomen, teat and mammary vein. While performing X-ray and USG it confirmed that three fetuses were in the uterine horn with no fetal movement and heartbeat. Uterine inertia followed by dystocia shown in the cat. Caesarean section was performed aseptically under the general anesthesia using ketamine and three dead kittens was removed from that queen. The queen was fully recovered after surgery and post-operative care.
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