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Physiological Udder Oedema And Congesion Of Cows And Buffaloes

By: Iqbal Ahmad | M.S. Khan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 1977Subject(s): Department of Clinical Medicine & SurgeryDDC classification: 1118,T Dissertation note: A study involving 150 cases consisting of 122 buffaloes and 28 cows brought to the out patiently hospital at the College of Animal Husbandry, Lahore, with a history of physiological oedema and congestion of udder was conducted to get a clinico pathological picture and ascertain the various etiological factors involved therein. Out of the total 150 cases udder investigation 11(8 buffaloes + 3 cows) 15 (14 buffaloes + 1 cow), 59 (48 buffaloes + 11 cows), 18 (13 buffaloes + 5 cows) 28 (22 buffaloes + 6 cows), and 19 (17 buffaloes + 2 cows) were diagnosed to be suffereing from myocardial asthenia, milk fever syndrome, malnutrition, adrenal hormonal imbalance (stress diases), mastitis and simple physiological udder oedma due to pressure by the foetus respectively. The clinical findings of different ailments was almost similar in the early stages, From the data obtained during the present study, it j clearly evident that cases showing symptoms of udder oedema and congestion were due to myocardial asthenia, milk fever syndrome, malnutrition, harmonal disturbances ( as allergy, sting bites etc), Mastitis and simple physiological udder oedema due to pressure by the foetus. It may be concluded that low food (Protein) intake during pregnancy is a major cause of udder oedema and congestion in late pregnancy in cows and buffaloes here.
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A study involving 150 cases consisting of 122 buffaloes and 28 cows brought to the out patiently hospital at the College of Animal Husbandry, Lahore, with a history of physiological oedema and congestion of udder was conducted to get a clinico pathological picture and ascertain the various etiological factors involved therein.
Out of the total 150 cases udder investigation 11(8 buffaloes + 3 cows) 15 (14 buffaloes + 1 cow), 59 (48 buffaloes + 11 cows), 18 (13 buffaloes + 5 cows) 28 (22 buffaloes + 6 cows), and 19 (17 buffaloes + 2 cows) were diagnosed to be suffereing from myocardial asthenia, milk fever syndrome, malnutrition, adrenal hormonal imbalance (stress diases), mastitis and simple physiological udder oedma due to pressure by the foetus respectively.

The clinical findings of different ailments was almost similar in the early stages, From the data obtained during the present study, it j clearly evident that cases showing symptoms of udder oedema and congestion were due to myocardial asthenia, milk fever syndrome, malnutrition, harmonal disturbances ( as allergy, sting bites etc), Mastitis and simple physiological udder oedema due to pressure by the foetus.

It may be concluded that low food (Protein) intake during pregnancy is a major cause of udder oedema and congestion in late pregnancy in cows and buffaloes here.

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