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A study of 54 cases of left displacement of the abomasum: February to July 2005.

Sexton M, Buckley W, Ryan E - Ir Vet J (2007)

Bottom Line: Fifty-four cows with left displacement of the abomasum (LDA) submitted to the hospital facility at Riverview Veterinary Clinic from February to July 2005 were treated by right flank laparotomy and omentopexy.Five cows died (a survival rate 90.7%) and one cow (1.8%) was culled due to recurrence of the LDA post-operatively.Thirty-nine cows (72%) were pregnant six months after corrective surgery.

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Affiliation: Riverview Veterinary Clinic, Bandon, Co, Cork, Ireland.

ABSTRACT
Fifty-four cows with left displacement of the abomasum (LDA) submitted to the hospital facility at Riverview Veterinary Clinic from February to July 2005 were treated by right flank laparotomy and omentopexy. Five cows died (a survival rate 90.7%) and one cow (1.8%) was culled due to recurrence of the LDA post-operatively. Forty-one cows (76%) returned to good production post-operatively. Thirty-nine cows (72%) were pregnant six months after corrective surgery.

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Concurrent disease in 33 cows with LDA.
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Figure 2: Concurrent disease in 33 cows with LDA.

Mentions: On clinical examination, concurrent disease was found in 33 of 54 cases (61.1%) of LDA (Figure 2). Three-quarters (76%) of all cases of concurrent disease were related to the reproductive tract, including retained foetal membranes (15%), metritis (37%) and vaginitis secondary to trauma following dystocia (24%).


A study of 54 cases of left displacement of the abomasum: February to July 2005.

Sexton M, Buckley W, Ryan E - Ir Vet J (2007)

Concurrent disease in 33 cows with LDA.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 2: Concurrent disease in 33 cows with LDA.
Mentions: On clinical examination, concurrent disease was found in 33 of 54 cases (61.1%) of LDA (Figure 2). Three-quarters (76%) of all cases of concurrent disease were related to the reproductive tract, including retained foetal membranes (15%), metritis (37%) and vaginitis secondary to trauma following dystocia (24%).

Bottom Line: Fifty-four cows with left displacement of the abomasum (LDA) submitted to the hospital facility at Riverview Veterinary Clinic from February to July 2005 were treated by right flank laparotomy and omentopexy.Five cows died (a survival rate 90.7%) and one cow (1.8%) was culled due to recurrence of the LDA post-operatively.Thirty-nine cows (72%) were pregnant six months after corrective surgery.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Riverview Veterinary Clinic, Bandon, Co, Cork, Ireland.

ABSTRACT
Fifty-four cows with left displacement of the abomasum (LDA) submitted to the hospital facility at Riverview Veterinary Clinic from February to July 2005 were treated by right flank laparotomy and omentopexy. Five cows died (a survival rate 90.7%) and one cow (1.8%) was culled due to recurrence of the LDA post-operatively. Forty-one cows (76%) returned to good production post-operatively. Thirty-nine cows (72%) were pregnant six months after corrective surgery.

No MeSH data available.