Dystocia due triplet fetal death in an UDA ewe
Keywords:Caeserian, Dystocia, fetus,Presentation
An Uda ewe was presented to the large animal unit of Veterinary Teaching Hospital Sokoto with chief complaint of straining noticed about 48hrs prior to presentation. The animal was examined and a dead fetus in anterior presentation located through the fully dilated cervix. Emergency Caeserean operation was performed to relieve the dystocia and three dead fetuses removed.
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