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Theriogenology Insight - An International Journal of Reproduction in all Animals
Year : 2015, Volume : 5, Issue : 1
First page : ( 41) Last page : ( 45)
Print ISSN : 2249-6610. Online ISSN : 2277-3371.
Article DOI : 10.5958/2277-3371.2015.00004.2

A retrospective study on incidence of dystocia in cattle and buffaloes at referral center

Jeengar Kamlesh1,*, Purohit G N2, Mehta J S2, Choudhary Vikas3, Nirwan Laxmi Kant4

1Veterinary Officer, T.M.V.U., Suwana, District Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India

2Prof., Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics, College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Bikaner-334001, Rajasthan, India

3Agriculture Finance Officer, Central Bank of India, Allot, Indore, India

4Veterinary Officer, Govt. Veterinary Hospital, Satyun District, Churu, Rajasthan, India

*Corresponding author: kamlesh.jinx@gmail.com

Online published on 8 April, 2015.

Abstract

A retrospective study on the incidence of bovine dystocia between October, 2012 to September, 2013 was screened. A high incidence of maternal cause of dystocia was found in both cows (78.89%) and buffaloes (80.33%). Maldisposition of fetus was the commonest cause of fetal dystocia in both cows (16.67%) and buffaloes (18.03%). Imperfect dilatation of cervix (50%) was the major cause of maternal dystocia in cattle while uterine torsion (55.74%) in buffaloes. Other causes of dystocia with low incidence include narrow pelvis, fetal emphysema and fetal monster.

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Keywords

Incidence, types of dystocia, cattle.

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