False extra uterine pregnancy in non descriptive goat: A case report
Prabaharan Vaiyapuri, Palanisamy Mahakrishnan, Rajkumar Ramasamy, Raja Senkodan and Tamil Mahan Paramasivam
An one and half year old Non Descriptive Doe was brought to Veterinary Clinical Complex, Veterinary College and Research Institute, Orathanadu with the history of full term pregnant and having intermittent straining with swelling in the udder region for past 15 days. Animal was apparently healthy and no abnormal genital discharge was seen. Previous history of trauma or accident was unclear as reported by the animal owner. Clinical examination reveals dull, depressed, reduced appetite, weakness, swelling on the anterior part of the udder region for the last two weeks. On examination of the udder region, a fetal mass was protruding through the anterior part of the udder region. Radiography reveals the presence of fetus extrauterine. Based on clinical examination, the case was diagnosed as false extrauterine pregnancy and was corrected by surgical procedure. The doe was completely recovered on the 5th day post-operatively. The present study describes the successful surgical management of a false extrauterine pregnancy in a non descriptive doe.
Prabaharan Vaiyapuri, Palanisamy Mahakrishnan, Rajkumar Ramasamy, Raja Senkodan, Tamil Mahan Paramasivam. False extra uterine pregnancy in non descriptive goat: A case report. J Entomol Zool Stud 2020;8(6):55-57.