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SURGICAL AFFECTIONS OF FORE STOMACH IN BOVINES : 

SURGICAL AFFECTIONS OF FORE STOMACH IN BOVINES SUBMITTED TO:- M.V.Sc. ADVISORY COMMITTEE SUBMITTED BY:- SAKINA MALIK (M.V.Sc. SCHOLAR in VETERINARY SURGERY & RADIOLOGY)

SURGICAL ANATOMY : 

SURGICAL ANATOMY ORAL CAVITY & OROPHARYNX OESOPHAGUS EAR EYE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT

SURGICAL TECHNIQUE : 

SURGICAL TECHNIQUE TONSSILECTOMY PARTIAL MAXILLECTOMY PARTIAL MANDIBULECTOMY GLOSSECTOMY PHARYNGEOTOMY

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy Indications: For force feeding/watering secondary to pharyngeal trauma/abscess Post-esophageal surgery Treatment of chronic bloat Mandibular fracture

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy A temporary rumen fistula, which usually closes in 4-8 weeks, is easy to place, effective for treatment purposes, and if properly placed has minimal chance of becoming infected.

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy The patient is restrained in a squeeze chute with the tail tied to the right. A 15 cm x 15 cm area, high in the anterior left paralumbar fossa is clipped and surgically prepared. An inverted L block (10 cm x 10 cm) along the last rib and beneath the transverse processes is done using 20cc of lidocaine.

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy If the procedure is being performed because of chronic bloat, decompression of the rumen is recommended to facilitate manipulation of the rumen during surgery.

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy

Rumenostomy : 

Rumenostomy

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