Ovariohysterectomy: A Salvage Method in Welfare of Stray Cattle: A Clinical Case Report of Five Animals

D N Borakhatariya, V K Karangiya, N K Ribadiya


With the hike of the human population in metro cities, problems of stray orphan cattle have also increased simultaneously. Such animals when feeding on roadside litter and plastic garbage, don’t gain optimum nutrition and because of that suffer from many diseases. In such animals when a reproductive problem arises, it remains untreated for a longer duration and as time elapsed certain reproductive conditions such as cervicovaginal prolapse could not be treated by ordinary methods due to fibrosis (Tyagi and Singh, 2002). Present communication documents successful management of long-standing cases of reproductive organ’s prolapse via per vaginum ovariohysterectomy in stray cattle.


Chronic cervicovaginal prolapse, Ovariohysterectomy, Stray cattle, Salvage.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21887/ijvsbt.15.1.19


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