Treatment of simultaneous occurrence of uterine torsion and incomplete cervical dilatation in surti buffalo
Mukesh Sahu, Tushar Gupta, Dileep Kumar Yadav and Chirag Singh
Rotation of gravid uterus along its own axis defined as uterine torsion which is very common in the buffalo during the last trimester of pregnancy. Here, a case of 5 year old buffalo which was in 2nd parity affected by uterine torsion and incomplete cervical dilatation simultaneously discussed. Primarily torsion was relieved by Modified Schaeffer’s Method and then treatment for incomplete cervical dilatation followed. Response to treatment took 24 hours. At the end cervix was dilated sufficient so that dead fetus removed by traction. Animal recovered successfully within a short period of time.