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Surgical Management of Teat Laceration of a Doe Using Teat Canula

Surgical Management of Teat Laceration of a Doe Using Teat Canula

Monoar Pallab*, Moktadir Reza and Debashish Sarker

Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Bangladesh.

ABSTRACT

An adult Jamunapari doe of two years age was presented at SAQ Teaching Veterinary Hospital, Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Bangladesh with a history of teat injury due to barbed wire while grazing. A deep longitudinal infected teat laceration was noticed. Milk was still coming through fibrosed teat cannel. The lacerated part was sutured after scarification under sedation and regional anesthesia. A small portion of saline tube was inserted into the teat cannel to maintain the flow of milk and prevent adhesion during healing. Muscle and skin were closed by interrupted and continuous sutures respectively. The animal recovered without any complications three weeks post-operatively.

 

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Veterinary Sciences: Research and Reviews

June

Vol. 7, Iss. 1, Pages 1-91

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