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Title: Management of Pyometra: A Clinical Case Report
Authors: Moni, Ripta
Keywords: : Ovariohysterectomy, Hyperechoic, Radiopaque, PCV, AST, ALT, Pyrexia
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: A six years old female cat was admitted to Teaching and Training Pet Hospital and Research Centre, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University with history of littering 2 months ago and suffering from anorexia and vaginal discharge. At first general physical examination was done and then special examination was performed. The clinical examination shown normal vital signs except slight pyrexia with bad odor sticky vaginal discharge. On abdominal ballotment the uterus felt harder and enlarged than normal. In Ultrasonography examination, there were found multiple tubular, hyperechoic fluid filled structures from caudal to mid abdomen.In X ray, uterus size extended and radiopaque of extended uterus was found.From routine and biochemical analysis there was seen the level of AST,ALT, urea,creatinine increased and PCV and Hb% decreased. All the findings diagnosed that the cat had suffering from pyometra .After confirmation, it was decided to do ovariohysterctomy under general anesthesia. The cat had an uneventful recovery without any complication
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