International Journal of Veterinary Sciences Research

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Prevalence and Management of Some Surgical Affection in Cattle and Buffaloes at Qena Governorate in Field Situation

Pages: 79-87
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DOI: 10.18488/journal.110/2015.1.4/110.4.79.87

H.A. Abdel-Kawy , N.A. Misk , A.A.A. Abdel-Hady , M.A. Sadan

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H.A. Abdel-Kawy , N.A. Misk , A.A.A. Abdel-Hady , M.A. Sadan (2015). Prevalence and Management of Some Surgical Affection in Cattle and Buffaloes at Qena Governorate in Field Situation. International Journal of Veterinary Sciences Research, 1(4): 79-87. DOI: 10.18488/journal.110/2015.1.4/110.4.79.87
Surgical affections in cattle and buffaloes are commonly encountered in different areas all over the world. The aim of the present study was to state the prevalence and different management of some surgical affections in cattle and buffaloes. The study was carried out on 406 animals suffering from different surgical affection recorded at different locations at Qena governorate. All cases were subjected to full study including case history and clinical examination. In addition, medical and/or surgical treatment was applied according to the routine manoeuvres in the available literatures. Results revealed that 11 groups of surgical affections were recorded. 72.66% of cases can be medically and/or surgically corrected. 7.88% of cases were referred to specialized veterinary hospital and 16.5% were left without treatment. A small number of cases (2.96%) were culled and directed to the slaughter house.
Contribution/ Originality
This study contributes by way of investigation of the prevalence and different management of some surgical affections in cattle and buffaloes. This study documents that there are 11 groups of surgical affections in cattle and buffaloes and most of these affections (72.66%) can be medically and/or surgically corrected.