Short communication: Surgical Management of Urethral Obstruction in three Bullocks

  • AP Bhokre
  • G Negash
  • B Gebrekidan
  • G Gugsa
  • G Tadesse
Keywords: Amputation of penis, necrosis of penis, obstructive urolithiasis, rupture of urinary bladder, uroperitoneam.

Abstract

Three typical cases of urolithiasis were reported for treatment at college of veterinary medicine, Mekelle clinics. All cases were of adult male bovine between 5-10 years of age group. The first and third case was of necrosis of penis and subcutaneous accumulation of urine in the prepuce and scrotal area, while the second case was of rupture of urinary bladder and subsequent uroperitoneam and uremia. The first and third case was operated for amputation of penis and drainage of urine from subcutaneous region and the second case was operated for post-scrotal urethrotomy and repair of ruptured urinary bladder through posterior left flank. The operative procedure for these cases including treatment of uremia is described in detail. All cases made an uneventful recovery. Keywords: Amputation of penis, necrosis of penis, obstructive urolithiasis, rupture of urinary bladder, uroperitoneam.
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