Management of Prolapse- Cattle 0

Management of Prolapse- Cattle

Management of Prolapse A.    Prolapse cases are on rise? Prolapse of genitalia is regarded as one of the major reproductive disorder in cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats throughout the world causing great economic loss...

Seborea – Cattle 0

Seborea – Cattle

History A case of HF cross (4th calving) reported with skin problem as per the owner statement. White powder like lesion observed which showed crust formation on the skin Clinical signs  Llot of crusted...

Microfilaria- Cattle 0

Microfilaria- Cattle

History  Jersey cross third calving. Animal feeding normally. No other clinical signs except lot of lesion and raw wound in the dorsal region of the body Diagnosis Its a microfilaria-infected animal show no clinical...

Intestinal obstruction in Dog 0

Intestinal obstruction in Dog

Case Details A case of intestinal obstruction in a Labrador dog was reported. A Labrador dog was brought with  history of complete anorexia, vomiting after water intake, and  not passing feces. On clinical examination...

Traumatic injury management in cattle 0

Traumatic injury management in cattle

Traumatic injury of right lateral commissure of muzzle and sublingual buccal mucous rupture by horn of adjacent  buffalo. Wound was 6 days old. Lodged fodder particles were removed  and after debridement, cleaning  with Povidone ...

Suppurative arthritis in Cattle 0

Suppurative arthritis in Cattle

History Owner reported that animal calved 15 days back. Placenta removed manually by local vet. Now animal not taking feed and water. Owner reported that hind leg appeared swollen since 4 days, animal taking...

Leptospirosis in pigs 0

Leptospirosis in pigs

It is also known as infectious jaundice, Rice field workers disease. The disease is characterized by high fever, interstitial nephritis , haemolytic anaemia and abortions in 2-4 wks prior to farrowing . Etiology :-...

Snake bite- Dog 0

Snake bite- Dog

Case Details A clinical case presentation by Dr. Maninder singh M.V.Sc., Veterinary Assistant Surgeon,  Hiranagar, district Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir Location : Incidence happened at owners farm .Hiranagar, Kathua ,Jammu and Kashmir History :...

Sulfadimidine induced alopecia 0

Sulfadimidine induced alopecia

Case Details The animal was treated for diarrhoea 4 days back using Sulfadimidine. Soon after the treatment cycle  Alopecia was noticed probably due to the due to antithyroidal activity of Sulfadimidine. This observation might...

Foot rot in pigs 0

Foot rot in pigs

Case Details History of a farm with few ailing pigs showing lesions as shown in photo below. On examination the lesions revealed the condition as foot rot. This may be due to concrete flooring...

Tetanus in Dog ? 0

Tetanus in Dog ?

Case Details Four month old Labrador pup showing difficulty in moving, stiff neck (lock jaw like) and erect tail.  Temp of 105 deg. F temp. Lower jaw movement  absent. Stiffness  of all 4 limbs...

Demonstration of Tail Amputation- Cattle 0

Demonstration of Tail Amputation- Cattle

Case Details History of a cattle bitten by a bandicoot at the tail region. Clinical observation revealed setting up of gangrene. Surgery was initiated. Tourniquet was applied, epidural Anesthesia was given, ‘V’ shaped skin...

Post parturient infection 0

Post parturient infection

Case Details Heifer just calved but showed inflammation and swelling of external genital organ. Fever 105 degree F. Gradually the swelling extended to the udder,  followed by ventral body. Suspecting ascending infection from placenta...

Chronic Renal Failure Dog ? 0

Chronic Renal Failure Dog ?

Case Details A dog (Breed Labrador) on clinical examination showed yellow coloration of mucous  membranes and skin.  The animal is 8yr old. Lab findings  was suggestive  of Chronic Renal Failure and Jaundice.  LFT appears...

Demonstration of bone plating in Dog 0

Demonstration of bone plating in Dog

Case Details Humerus over riding fracture. Bone plating done. Demonstrated Below. Images       Dr. COHEART @ Vets Weekly Desk The use of bone plates and screws is a common and effective treatment modality...

Nasal granuloma in a bullock ? 0

Nasal granuloma in a bullock ?

Case Details A case of nasal granuloma in a bullock. Operated under xylazine sedation. The animals showed chronic irritation of the rope used for its control. Small granulated growths can be treated (with anthiomaline)...

Total Uterine prolapse- Cattle 0

Total Uterine prolapse- Cattle

Case Details Owner reported that animal calved (4th calving) normally and placenta was shed in time. On examination it was observed that the uterus was prolapsed Treatment Inj.lignocaine, 2% epidural 5-10ml. Prolapsed portion was...

Fetal maceration in Cats 0

Fetal maceration in Cats

Case Details Fetal maceration results when abortion or parturition fails to occur following fetal death and Corpus Luteum regression. A queen (female cat) of One and half years old was presented to the clinic...

Egg bound condition in a Rose Ringed Parakeet 0

Egg bound condition in a Rose Ringed Parakeet

Case details A female Rose Ringed Parakeet aged 7 years was brought to clinic with a history of anorexia, distress, tail bobbing and occasional straining for past 2 days. Though it was tentatively diagnosed...

Contracted tendons- Calf 0

Contracted tendons- Calf

Case Details Newborn calves can sometimes have leg deformities that range from mild to severe. The most common deformity is contracted tendons and results in the calf being unable to properly extend its legs...

Cyanide toxicity in Cattle 0

Cyanide toxicity in Cattle

Case Details In a herd of 6-7 animals,  one animal showed symptoms of Ruminal impaction, constipation, hypothermia, convulsions and recumbency. Suspected of cyanide poisoning. Feed and blood sample was sent to laboratory for diagnosis...

Urinary  calculi in Dog 0

Urinary calculi in Dog

Case Details Urinary  calculi was observed  in a 6 yr old pug dog. Case history revealed that the animal fed with ready-made  feeds with high protein  contents and  water intake was less which could...

Sole Ulcer in Cattle 0

Sole Ulcer in Cattle

Case Details Animal showing lameness. History revealed frequently shifting of the weight from one leg to another while standing. Case diagnosed as Sole ulcer, which is a circumscribed lesion affecting the sole or sole-heal...

Hard Milker 0

Hard Milker

About the condition In this condition (hard milker), milk come out in small streams and milking time is prolonged due to contraction of sphincter muscle.  This condition is mainly caused by over developed sphincter...

Lipoma in Dogs 0

Lipoma in Dogs

A fatty tumor (or lipoma) in dogs is one of several different types of skin tumors. It is a slow-growing collection of fat cells usually found just under the skin. Fatty tumors are different than normal...

Anoxia due to cardio-respiratory arrest- PM Lesions 0

Anoxia due to cardio-respiratory arrest- PM Lesions

Postmortem findings recorded in a buffalo died after vaccination “X” vaccine was administered to a pregnant heifer buffalo in the neck area. Behavior of the buffalo was very furious. After injecting the vaccine, buffalo...

Tabanus fly bite allergy- Buffalo ? 0

Tabanus fly bite allergy- Buffalo ?

Case Details Eruptions (as shown below) seen in buffaloes.  In the herd of four, only one animal was affected. “Suspect Tabanus fly bite allergy. Though only one animal affected, Individual variation will be there....

Tumor in the perineum region- Dog 0

Tumor in the perineum region- Dog

Male (Shih Tzu) 8 years old on going heart failure grade 2 murmer,  presented with a bleeding tumor in the perineum region. Owner agreed for chemotherapy, vincristine 2 shots at 10 days apart was...

Demodex and Sarcoptes scabei- Dog 0

Demodex and Sarcoptes scabei- Dog

Case Details Skin scrapings showed Demodex canis and Sarcoptes scabei positive. Treated with Inj. Neomac and tab. Neomac and tab lixen-600 mg 21 days: Marked improvement. Hair growth. Mild demodex infestation persist Vets Tips...

Accident Injury- Pup 0

Accident Injury- Pup

Case Details An non-descriptive puppy of age 35 days was crushed injured by vehicle accident. On examination there was no evidence of bruises or tear on the skin as it was intact and no...

Dog Epulis 0

Dog Epulis

Case Details 10 year old, Non descript dog with history of swollen mass on gums. All other parameters are normal. Diagnosed as Epulis Treatment Case treated successfully under Ketamine +Diazepam Anesthesia surgically Images  ...

Testicle swelling- Dog 0

Testicle swelling- Dog

Case Details Six year old GSD. Testicle swelling noticed. Negative for Brucellosis. No pyrexia Treatment Amikacin- 500 mg and Dolonax in. Intacef-tazo 56 Image Useful tip 1. “For the testicle swelling, we need to...

Osteodystrophia fibrosa- Kid 0

Osteodystrophia fibrosa- Kid

Case Details A kid 3 Months old presented with bilateral swelling of maxilla and mandibles.  Unable to close the mouth and eat.  Mild pain on palpation. Treatment Correction of nutritional deficiency (esp. Calcium). Differentiate...

Joint ill- Calf 0

Joint ill- Calf

Joint ill is an infectious disease to new born calf in which immunity is lowered. This condition usually occurs in 1 week to 1 month age of calf. Joint ill also known as navel...

Thelitis- Cow 0

Thelitis- Cow

Case Details Inflammation of the wall of the teat. Seen due to mechanical injury of teat cistern. Wall of the teat was thickened, hard to touch and painful. It felt like a dense vertical...

Septic Arthritis due to Mastitis 0

Septic Arthritis due to Mastitis

History Owner reported that there is bilateral swelling of both front leg since last 2 days. One examination of the animal, it was observed that the heifer was 9 month pregnant. The temp was...

Buffalo allergic mammilitis ? 0

Buffalo allergic mammilitis ?

Case of Buffalo allergic mammilitis. No history of trauma. Spreading from teat to teat. Treatment suggested Asthalin spray for allergic mammilitis with parenteral steroids (suggested by Dr. Prashant) Ulcerative mammillitis Ulcerative mammillitis is an...

Sub mandibular lymph node abscess- Actinomycosis ? 0

Sub mandibular lymph node abscess- Actinomycosis ?

Case Details Localized abscess especially in the mandibular and throat region. No pyrexia or anorexia. Discharges was purulent creamy color. Pain to touch. Treatment Drain the abscess and start with antibiotics course (check sensitivity to...

Scabies in Rabbit ? 0

Scabies in Rabbit ?

Case Detail Rabbit with following lesions   Treatment Application of Benzyl Benzoate or Gamma BHC. Ivermectin 0.5 ml sc for 4/5 weeks Treatment suggested by Dr. Vinod P. R Suggested Further Reading: www.animalmedicalresearch.org/Vol.4_Issue-1_June_2014/Joyjit%20Mitra.pdf http://wjsm.uowasit.edu.iq/index.php/2014-02-11-18-30-03/category/13-2015-03-17-17-45-16?download=188:natural-infection-and-treatment-of-domestic-rabbit-mange-altamemy-abdul-kareem-aakool...

Fly bite allergy ? 0

Fly bite allergy ?

Case Details Cattle: Pruritus, slight reduction in milk yield. Lesion spreading in nature. Diagnosis and Treatment Fly bite allergy. Treatment using anti-histaminics. External application with povidone iodine and if peeled off, apply turmeric paste...

Ascites in Dog (ectopic pregnancy) 0

Ascites in Dog (ectopic pregnancy)

Case Details A 7 years old spitz presented with enlarged abdomen and history of treatment of ascites with no improvement. The patient was weak and anorectic. Using ultrasonography, fluid filled sac was detected but could not...

Udder Impetigo- Cow 0

Udder Impetigo- Cow

About the case and condition This is caused by Staphylococcus aureus. Lesions are usually seen as small pustules (2-4mm) in the hairless spot at the base of the teats which spreads to the udder....

Staphylococcal infection- Skin- Dog ? 0

Staphylococcal infection- Skin- Dog ?

Case Details Dermatology case. Treatment with antifungal and antibiotics showed no improvement. Dermatology test revealed Staphylococcal infection. On ABST (Antibiotic sensitivity test/ antibiogram), revealed wide margin sensitivity was shown for Cephazolin. Inj. cephazolin with...

Copper toxicity- Goat 0

Copper toxicity- Goat

History Case of Goat presented with a history of diarrhea, dullness,  inappetence and not consuming feed. Owner reported that animal consumed copper which was kept diluted in water for agriculture use. Treatment Inf metrogyl...

Dog Anaplasmosis ? 0

Dog Anaplasmosis ?

A case of labrador female  3 years of age. Diagnosis..? Snap test for anaplasma  positive. Dog shows the jerky movements of head (Azotaemia?). Kidney ultrasound looks normal and not much parenchymal changes observed. Size...

Neoplasm of Eye – Cattle 0

Neoplasm of Eye – Cattle

History Owner reported that growth was noticed in the eye of cattle persisted for more than 6 months. Examination confirmed cauliflower like growth  inside  the upper eye lid Treatment Animal sedated with inj Xylaxine-5ml,...

Acute Septic Pyodemodicosis- Dogs 0

Acute Septic Pyodemodicosis- Dogs

Case of Acute Septic Pyodemodicosis in Dogs. The dog has systemic illness. Treatment 1. Inj. Intacef tazo 562 mg s/c BID for 10 days (Ceftriaxone-Tazobactam) 2. Inj. Amoxirum forte 300 mg IM for 7...

Bilateral cryptorchid- Dog 0

Bilateral cryptorchid- Dog

History 5 yrs old Golden retriever, male, bilateral cryptorchid had repeated urinary tract infection and was hyporectic.. Examination Upon examination it was observed that the prostrate was enlarged. Decided to remove intra abdominal testis.....

Microscopic view of Blood Protozoans and Ehrlichia 0

Microscopic view of Blood Protozoans and Ehrlichia

THEILARIOSIS Theilaria annulata in HF Calf with history of high fever, blood in feces, lymphadenitis (parotid galnd) and lacrimation. EHRLICHIOSIS Microscopic view of E. canis (Dogs) A dog with the history of fever, coughing,...

Pemphigus vulgaris in Dogs ? 0

Pemphigus vulgaris in Dogs ?

Dog showing bull’s eye lesions in skin. Negative for mange and mites. Suspecting Autoimmune dermatopathy “Pemphigus vulgaris”. Differential diagnosis: Fungal infection. Suggested treatment : Tapered dose of corticosteroids Case provided by: Dr. Parvinder Kaur...

Squamous cell carcinoma of 3rd eyelid- Cow 0

Squamous cell carcinoma of 3rd eyelid- Cow

History  Cattle showing a mass  on the left eye for the last 3 months. The size of the growth is reported to increase day by day. Examination Severe lacrimal discharge noticed from the eye....

Retention of foetal membranes- Some practical info 1

Retention of foetal membranes- Some practical info

History Owner informed that animal calved the day before but  has not shed fetal membrane. On examination of the animal per vaginum, the external os only 4 finger relaxation and fetal membrane inside the...

Congenital Tremors- Piglets 0

Congenital Tremors- Piglets

About the condition This is a sporadic condition seen in newborn pigs. Usually more than one pig is affected in a litter. If the tremors are too great for the piglets to find a...

Ear hematoma in Dogs 0

Ear hematoma in Dogs

History A boxer aged 10yrs was suffering from chronic left ear hematoma. Treatment General Anaesthesia was given. The animal was operated and cut opening was kept unsutured. Skin and cartilage are button sutured (on...

Mast cell tumour- Dog ? 0

Mast cell tumour- Dog ?

The clear demarcation, granulomatous appearance, non inflammatory, non painful nodule. Mast cell tumour..? Further diagnosis and treatment to be updated

General treatment protocol for Horn fracture- Cattle 0

General treatment protocol for Horn fracture- Cattle

Treatment protocol Cornual nerve block. Cornual nerve is the branch of lacrimal nerve which is the portion of opthalamic division of trigeminal nerve (CLOT). SITE: Lateral border of frontal boñe 1 inch below the...

Lateral Flank method- Panhysterectomy 0

Lateral Flank method- Panhysterectomy

Lateral Flank method is a minimal invasive Surgery. This method is a good and an ideal cosmetic procedure for sterilization of dogs whose girth size is less (10-12kg ). This is an alternative method...

Wasp bite- Dog 1

Wasp bite- Dog

History History of Wasp bite reported in a pup. Weight 1 kg. Case management Successfully managed the case  by administering adrenaline @ 0.3 microgram/kg/min IV infusion (1 mg adrenaline in 500 ml dw bottle-  2...

Clinical Cases in Cats (Struvites, maceration and fracture) 0

Clinical Cases in Cats (Struvites, maceration and fracture)

Struvites in Cat Case of struvites in male cat. History of straining while urinating. Flushing (with help of catheter) was not successful. Decided to go for surgical intervention. Struvites were extracted.  Cat is healthy...

Warts in teat 1

Warts in teat

Warts mainly due to viral origin Treatment Rx-Anthiomaĺine 3mg kg b wt i/m for 6 times in 48hrs interval (anthiomaline have antiviral property) oint. Acyclovir applied externally. Thuja 200x 2ml given orally (sublingual) for...

Canine bilateral patellar luxation- Gr 4 0

Canine bilateral patellar luxation- Gr 4

Tibial crest osteotomy is an established extensile knee approach. Trochlear groove created without disturbing periosteum. Osteotomy of tibial crest, transposed slightly towards medial and anchored by K wire.  Picture shows the operation steps

Peroneal nerve damage in Calf 0

Peroneal nerve damage in Calf

History Female calf calved 4days ago. Normal delivery.  The animal was active and alert during first 2 days. On third day, the calf showed  symptoms of dull and depression and avoiding suckling. Urination normal....

Cranial bone Osteoma 0

Cranial bone Osteoma

Case of Cranial bone osteoma A 9-year-old female non-descriptive dog presented to Amulya Pet specialty Clinic with a history of mass on the head. The owner reported that the mass was observed for last...

Panhysterectomy – Spitz Dog 0

Panhysterectomy – Spitz Dog

Panhysterectomy of a SPITZ DOG with history of PYOMETRA  &  AZOTEMIA (is a medical condition characterized by abnormally high levels of nitrogen-containing compounds such as urea, creatinine, vand other nitrogen-rich compounds in the blood)...

Acute Laminitis in equines 0

Acute Laminitis in equines

History A case of horse  showing recumbency  after an episode of lameness.  Physical examination revealed temperature of 103.6 deg. C, mucous membrane congested and animal on right lateral recumbancy. There was no colic signs...

Vitiligo in Buffalo 1

Vitiligo in Buffalo

History Skin patches for the past three months. Treatment Copper sulphate 8 GM orally once in a week up to 8 week. The condition is mainly due to copper deficiency. Abnormal skin and hair...

Ankyloblepharon condition in a Kitten 0

Ankyloblepharon condition in a Kitten

Ankyloblepharon is a congenital condition observed in the neonatal stage in which adhesion of the eye lid margins are  seen even after the normal eye opening period (of 10 to 15 days). History A...

Repeat Breeder in Cattle- Field Approach 0

Repeat Breeder in Cattle- Field Approach

The most common cases usually encountered by veterinarian is repeat breeder i.e. animal which are not conceived after inseminating for more than 3-4 times. Animal come to heat regularly within 20-21 days. Clear mucus...

Pregnancy Management of Dogs- Practical Tips 0

Pregnancy Management of Dogs- Practical Tips

1.Collect history of heat signs in dogs from the owner. For example ask whether bleeding , vulval region swelling , licking of genital area frequently was observed by the owner. 2. Never mate a...

Ovario hysterectomy  (Maceration) in Dogs 0

Ovario hysterectomy (Maceration) in Dogs

History History of a dog showing profuse bleeding from uterus since last 3-4 days. This was noticed after 40 days of normal parturition. Three live pups were borne and fourth one was a dead...