22-Title: Studies of acquired surgical affections in calves

Authors: M Tanwar and TK Gahlot

Source: Ruminant Science (2012)-1(2):189-190.

How to cite this manuscript: Tanwar M and Gahlot TK (2012). Studies of acquired surgical affections in calves. Ruminant Science 1(2):189-190.


Present study was conducted on 108 calves (79 cow and 29 buffalo calves) of either sex of less than 1 year of age suffering from acquired surgical affections. Musculoskeletal system (35.19%), perineum (33.33%), abdominal wall (19.44%), head (10.19%) and tail (0.93%) were affected. The cases were treated as per the conventional surgical techniques with good recovery.


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