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Haemato-Biochemical Alteration in Cattle and Buffalo Suffering from Gangrenous Syndrome

Jiwan Kumar, Ramesh Kumar Nirala, Pradeep Kumar Ram, Kumari Anjana, S. P. Verma.

Abstract
Gangrenous syndrome represents symptoms like lameness, swelling at the coronet at the junction of skin and hooves, oedema, necrosis, gangrene and sloughing off of tissues of extremities of animals.A total one hundred fifty (150) clinically affected cattle were taken for the study of gangrenous syndrome as per reported by Clinical complex of Bihar Veterinary College Patna-14. Out of which 14 cattle & 16 buffalo of different age and sex were selected for haemato - bio-chemical analysis of blood, serum and urine.The study showed that Hematological and biochemical alterations in the Clinical gangrenous syndrome represents symptoms like lameness, swelling at the coronet at the junction of skin and hooves, Oedema, necrosis, and sloughing off of tissues of extremities of animals . Hence the study revealed and conclude that hematological and biochemical alterations should be considered in order to achieve early diagnosis and initiation of appropriate therapeutic regimen for a favorable outcome of the diseas

Key words: Gangrenous Syndrome, Cattle, Buffalo, Hematological and Biochemical



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