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Dystocia Due to Uterine Inertia in a Queen Cat and Its Surgical Management Samples

Ch Mallikarjuna Rao, Podarala Veena, Mandagiri Saibaba, Nekkanti Dhanalakshmi, M.S.S.V Phaneendra, Kasa Sudarshan Reddy.


A two year old queen cat with history of overdue pregnancy, blackish green vaginal discharges with continuous straining was presented to the college clinic. Per vaginal examination revealed presence of dead fetus, which was diagnosed as a case of dystocia due to uterine inertia.Caeserean section followed by ovario hysterectomy, was performed. The cat recovered uneventfully without any complications.

Key words: Cat, dystocia, uterine inertia, caesarean section

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