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Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances
Year: 2015  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 8  |  Page No.: 406 - 415

Histopathological Evaluation of Important Uterine Pathological Affections in Riverine Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis): An Abattoir Study

S.G. Chethan, S.K. Singh, M. Karikalan, N.S. Kharayat, B.K. Behera, K. Narayanan, H. Kumar and A. Anjaneya    

Abstract: Infertility or sterility due to uterine pathology is one of the major reasons for culling of buffalo in India. Abattoirs serve as a good source of biological samples in order to study different pathological conditions. Major affections of uterus in buffalo include endometritis, metritis, pyometra, hydrometra, mucometra and certain congenital abnormalities. Mostly diagnosis of such cases is based on gross morphological examination observed in abattoir or sometime on clinical and post-mortem examination. Histological based diagnosis of major affections of uterus in buffalo is less and as such very few reports are available especially on hydrometra and mucometra conditions. The present study reports the morphological and histopathological evaluation of cytological and purulent endometritis, hydrometra and mucometra conditions in riverine buffalo.

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