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2017, Vol. 5, Issue 3
Pervaginal delivery of a conjoined thoraco-sternopagus tetrabrachias tetrapus dicaudatus monster in a buffalo heifer

B Srilatha and Gvenkata Naidu

Dystocia may be defined as process of delayed or prolonged calving resulting from severe assisted extraction or any fetal abnormalities. Fetal monstrosities has long been recognized as a cause of dystocia in animals. This is incompatible with life. The present study focused on the handling of such fetal monster and successful treatment in buffalo heifer. A rare case of dystocia due to conjoined thoraco-sternopagus tetrabrachias tetrapus dicaudatus monster in a buffalo heifer having two heads, four forelimbs, four hindlimbs with two tails and its clinical management was described in the present investigation.
Pages : 905-906 | 469 Views | 5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
B Srilatha, Gvenkata Naidu. Pervaginal delivery of a conjoined thoraco-sternopagus tetrabrachias tetrapus dicaudatus monster in a buffalo heifer. J Entomol Zool Stud 2017;5(3):905-906.
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