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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 4)
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Genital Prolaps Fixation in Buffalo

Rahim Beheshti, Kambiz Valiei, Muhammad-Reza Valilu and Jamshid Giasi Ghalekandi
Corresponding Author:  Rahim Beheshti 

Key words:  Buffalo, cervicopexy, cervix, vaginal prolaps, , ,
Vol. 3 , (4): 261-265
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2011 June, 21 2011 August, 05 2011 August, 30
Abstract:

Prolapse of the vagina and cervix is a disorder of ruminants normally in late gestation. Different methods used for prolapsed vagia treatment that Winklerís cervix fixation is one of them.In this procedure to prevent displacement of the cervix caudally, anchoring it by using nonabsorbable sutures or nylon tape to the prepubic tendon or the sacrosciatic ligaments. Although the technique as being done under caudal epidural anesthesia. A cutting U form needle (10 cm) applicated for sutures of cervix. In this study. 10 buffalo with vaginal prolaps treated with Winklerís method. After one week of surgery, health status of all animals was good and suitable adhesion formed at the suture place. In conclusion, cervicopexy is the difficult procedure that has good result in vaginal prolapse treatment.
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Rahim Beheshti, Kambiz Valiei, Muhammad-Reza Valilu and Jamshid Giasi Ghalekandi, 2011. Genital Prolaps Fixation in Buffalo.  International Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, 3(4): 261-265.
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