SURGICO-THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF EXTERNAL EAR AFFECTIONS IN RUMINANTS
Title: SURGICO-THERAPEUTIC MANAGEMENT OF EXTERNAL EAR AFFECTIONS IN RUMINANTS
Authors: S Purohit, Vimlesh Kumar, Anil Singh, Amolak Sharma, Pradeep Kumar, Mamta Mishra, Gulshan Kumar and RP Pandey
Source: Ruminant Science (2018)-7(2):327-331.
Cite this reference as: Purohit S, Kumar Vimlesh, Singh Anil, Sharma Amolak, Kumar Pradeep, Mishra Mamta, Kumar Gulshan and Pandey RP (2018). Surgico-therapeutic management of external ear affections in ruminants. Ruminant Science 7(2): 327-331.
Present study was conducted on 19 selected cases of buffaloes (4), cattle (7), sheep (2) and goats (6) having various types of external ear affection. These were wound, ear pinna gangrene, aural haematoma and otitis externa. Out of these, wound on ear pinna in 4 cattle calves and 2 goats; ear pinna gangrene in 2 cattle calves, aural haematoma in 3 goats and otitis externa in 4 buffaloes, 1 cattle, 1 goats and 2 sheep was observed. Diagnosis, medical and surgico-therapeutic management of these cases are documented with good outcomes.
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