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Title: A Case Report on Correction and Management of Uterine Prolapse in a cow in Upazilla Veterinary Hospital, Baghaichhari, Rangamati .
Authors: Chakma, Keya
Keywords: Uterine prolapse, Non-hereditary, Buhner’s suture, recovery.
Issue Date: Nov-2021
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: Uterine prolapse is a common obstetrical disorder for dairy cows throughout the country during 3rd trimester of gestation, which adversely affects productive and reproductive performance of cattle. It is a non-hereditary complication, It occurs immediately following parturition and occasionally some time to several hours after parturition. It affects on postpartum return to estrus, conception rate and calving interval and the incidence of uterine prolapse as 42.9% among various obstetrical problems in cow. But their is no available published report on it in Bangladesh. A third parity dairy cow was brought at Upozilla Veterinary Hospital, Baghaichari, Rangamati with a gross lesion of uterine prolapse. The cow showed protrusion of mass through the vulva after its calving. On clinical examination animal was apparently healthy and confirmed as uterine prolapse. The Uterine prolapse was corrected manually following proper precautionary measures. To prevent the recurrence, Buhner’s suture was applied. Animal had an uneventful recovery
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