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  • Murrah buffaloes;Bubalus bubalis;Dystocia;Survival rate;Treatment regimes;Uterine torsion;Reproduction;India

  • Out of the 142 cases of dystocia, 59.16 and 40.84 percent were maternal and fetal causes of dystocia, respectively. Uterine torsions were the single most important cause of maternal dystocia with an incidence of 83.33 percent. The incidence of fetal dystocia was 86.67 and 13.33 percent in anterior and posterior presentations, respectively, while that of head and limb deviations was 42.22 and 57.78 percent, respectively. Right-sided post cervical uterine torsions at term were common in pluriparous buffaloes. All forms of dystocia except for uterine torsion could be relieved with a survival rate of 94.44 percent whereas uterine torsions could be relieved with an overall survival rate of 67.14 percent, rolling of the dam with a modified Schaffer's method was the best in relieving cases of uterine torsion if attempted within 36 hours of exhibition of clinical signs.

  • [1] Manda Srinivas (NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram (India). Teaching Veterinary Clinical Service Complex)
    [2] Makkena Sreenu (NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram (India). Teaching Veterinary Clinical Service Complex)
    [3] Lakshmi Rani, N. (NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram (India). Teaching Veterinary Clinical Service Complex)
    [4] Subramanyam Naidu, K. (NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram (India). Teaching Veterinary Clinical Service Complex)
    [5] Devi Prasad, V. (NTR College of Veterinary Science, Gannavaram (India). Teaching Veterinary Clinical Service Complex)

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Manda Srinivas and others. (2007). Studies on dystocia in graded Murrah buffaloes: A retrospective study.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 26 (2) ,40-45


Manda Srinivas and others. "Studies on dystocia in graded Murrah buffaloes: A retrospective study" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 26, 2007, 40-45.

Manda Srinivas and others. (2007). Studies on dystocia in graded Murrah buffaloes: A retrospective study.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 26 (2) ,40-45