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Surgical Management of Cervical Choke in a Cow - A Case Report

Sai Baba Mandagiri, Vani Gaddam, Veena Podarala, Suresh Kumar, Venkata Rayadurgam.


A five year old Jersey cow was presented with a history of inability to swallow feed and water, excessive salivation, restlessness, regurgitation of feed and water through nostrils, severe bloat and palpable swelling at the left lateral cervical part of the oesophagus. It was diagnosed as a cervical oesophageal obstruction (choke) by passing stomach tube. Oesophagotomy was performed and foreignbody (unripened mango) was successfully removed.

Key words: Jersey Cow, Bloat, Oesophagus, Choke, Foreign Body

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