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Pentyala V.S.,Veterinary Poly Clinic
Buffalo Bulletin | Year: 2012

In this report, an atypical form of Cebocephalus monster is described in a graded Murrah buffalo male calf. The changes were confined to the head and abdomen. The most significant malformation was the presence of a centrally located orbit with two eye balls which were not fused. Other defects included fetal ascitis and congenital hairlessness (hypotrichiosis). The possible cause of this congenital defect could not be ascertained.

Vidya Sagar P.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Veni K.,Veterinary Poly Clinic
Buffalo Bulletin | Year: 2010

This communication reports a case of dystocia due to multiple congenital abnormalities which include fetal ascitis, wry neck and arthogryposis in a graded Murrah buffalo.

Sree C.J.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Samatha V.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Ramesh Babu K.,Veterinary Poly Clinic
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology | Year: 2013

Clinical and hematological changes were studied in 45 graded Murrah buffaloes naturally infected with microfilaria under field conditions in and around veterinary poly clinic, Gudiwada. Clinical examination revealed mucopurulent lacrymal discharges, congested mucous membranes, drastic decrease in milk production high fever (105 °F), increased pulse and respiration rates, edema of dependent parts of the body, swollen joints, poor and rough hair coat with mosquito bite injuries on lower parts of the body in the buffaloes. Haematological examinations showed reduced haemoglobin (Hb%), Packed cell volume (PCV), Total erythrocyte count (TEC) and increased total leucocyte count. Infected buffaloes were successful treated with ivermectin at a dose rate of 200ug /kg b.wt. with combination of supporting drugs like vitamin B complex, iron supplements, dextrose normal saline and melonex injection. © IAAVP.

Vidya Sagar P.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Vadde K.S.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Sai Krishna K.S.,Veterinary Poly Clinic | Venkateswarlu S.,Veterinary Poly Clinic
Buffalo Bulletin | Year: 2011

An omphalocele in a buffalo calf immediately after birth with ruptured amnion and its prognosis was reported.

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