V Bhuvaneshwari, D Jenita Rani and M Madeena Begum*
Bells and Paws Veterinary Hospital, West Mambalam, Chennai, India
*Corresponding Author: M Madeena Begum, Bells and Paws Veterinary Hospital, West Mambalam, Chennai, India.Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (TANUVAS), India.
Received: April 13, 2023; Published: June 22, 2023
A two year old intact male Non-Descriptive dog was brought to the hospital, with a history of road traffic accident. Physical examination revealed animal had multiple small aberrations on body and laceration of the scrotal skin along with right side testicle evisceration. On clinical examination all the vital parameters were under normal range. The condition was diagnosed as traumatic testicular evisceration and emergency surgery was fixed. Pre-operative blood was collected for hemato-biochemical analysis. Thoracic and abdominal radiograph was taken to rule out fractures and abnormalities. Under general anaesthesia, scrotal ablation with bilateral orchiectomy was performed. Post-operative care with antibiotic, analgesic and wound dressing continued for seven days. The sutures were removed on 7th post-operative day and the animal made an uneventful recovery.
Keywords: Testicle; Evisceration; Dog
Citation: M Madeena Begum., et al. “Testicular Evisceration Due to Road Traffic Accident in a 2 Year Old Dog and its Surgical Treatment".Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences 5.7 (2023): 100-101.
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