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Year : 2021, Volume : 22, Issue : 1
First page : ( 118) Last page : ( 120)
Print ISSN : 0972-1738. Online ISSN : 2249-8796.

Scrotal urethrostomy for management of urolithiasis - A report of two male dogs

Adepu Rakesh1,*, Nanaboina Ramesh2, Kandula Srikanth3

1Veterinary Assistant Surgeon District Veterinary Hospital, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry DepartmentGovernment of Telangana, Nizamabad - 503001 (Telangana)

2Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, District Veterinary Hospital, Sherlingampally

3Veterinary Assistant Surgeon, District Veterinary Hospital, Karimnagar

*Corresponding author. E-mail: vetfrpet@gmail.com

Online Published on 23 January, 2023.


Two male dogs were presented with complaint of anuria for two days in one dog and another with stranguria since a week. Clinical observation revealed partial paraphimosis and swollen penis in one dog. Radiographs revealed presence of urinary calculi in bladder and urethra. Hematobiochemical values revealed azotemia and higher total leucocyte count in one dog which was stabilized. Both dogs were surgically managed by performing cystotomy followed by scrotal urethrostomy and Foley's catheter was placed. With appropriate post-operative care, both dogs had an uneventful recovery.



Cystotomy, Hematuria, Stranguria, Urinary calculi, Urethrostomy.


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