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Pyloro-duodenal hernia with formation of enterocutaneous fistula in a buffalo calf following a dog attack.

Kamalakar G, Prasad VD, Devaratnam J, Ganeshan A - Open Vet J (2015)

Bottom Line: A body wall hernia entrapping abomasum and concurrent duodenal fistula in a buffalo calf aged about 8 months, secondary to a dog bite was successfully treated by closure of fistulous orifice and ventro lateral herniorrhaphy.

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Affiliation: Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, Proddatur, Andhra Pradesh, India, 516360.

ABSTRACT
A body wall hernia entrapping abomasum and concurrent duodenal fistula in a buffalo calf aged about 8 months, secondary to a dog bite was successfully treated by closure of fistulous orifice and ventro lateral herniorrhaphy.

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Right ventro-lateral abdomen of calf illustrating duodenal fistula. Note the ingesta passing from the canter of the fistula.
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Figure 1: Right ventro-lateral abdomen of calf illustrating duodenal fistula. Note the ingesta passing from the canter of the fistula.

Mentions: An eight month old graded buffalo heifer calf weighing about 60 kg was presented to the Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology with a 10 day history of leakage of green coloured digesta from right lateral abdomen (Fig. 1). Other multiple open wounds were observed on the body. The calf has been attacked by dogs and was treated empirically.


Pyloro-duodenal hernia with formation of enterocutaneous fistula in a buffalo calf following a dog attack.

Kamalakar G, Prasad VD, Devaratnam J, Ganeshan A - Open Vet J (2015)

Right ventro-lateral abdomen of calf illustrating duodenal fistula. Note the ingesta passing from the canter of the fistula.
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Figure 1: Right ventro-lateral abdomen of calf illustrating duodenal fistula. Note the ingesta passing from the canter of the fistula.
Mentions: An eight month old graded buffalo heifer calf weighing about 60 kg was presented to the Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology with a 10 day history of leakage of green coloured digesta from right lateral abdomen (Fig. 1). Other multiple open wounds were observed on the body. The calf has been attacked by dogs and was treated empirically.

Bottom Line: A body wall hernia entrapping abomasum and concurrent duodenal fistula in a buffalo calf aged about 8 months, secondary to a dog bite was successfully treated by closure of fistulous orifice and ventro lateral herniorrhaphy.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, Proddatur, Andhra Pradesh, India, 516360.

ABSTRACT
A body wall hernia entrapping abomasum and concurrent duodenal fistula in a buffalo calf aged about 8 months, secondary to a dog bite was successfully treated by closure of fistulous orifice and ventro lateral herniorrhaphy.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus