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|Authors:||MAHESH KUMAR JAT|
|Title:||OCCURRENCE AND PATHOLOGY OF VARIOUS CONDITIONS OF URINARY SYSTEM IN CATTLE (Boss indicus)|
|Publisher:||Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner - 334001|
|Abstract:||In the present investigation, a total number of 1123 specimens of urinary system of cattle, suspected for abnormalities were examined irrespective of age, sex and breeds in Jaipur and Bikaner district of Rajasthan. Out of these 1123 specimens, 372 specimens of kidney and 76 specimens of lower urinary tract (ureter, urinary bladder and urethra) suspected for abnormalities were further processed for histopathological examination. The overall occurrence of various pathological conditions of cattle urinary system were observed and classified. The various forms of kidney affections were classified as Congestion 13.70 per cent, Haemorrhages 7.25 per cent, Hydronephrosis 2.15 per cent, Renal cortical necrosis 2.68 per cent, Acute glomerulonephritis 5.10 per cent, Sub-acute glomerulonephritis 9.13 per cent, Chronic glomerulonephritis 6.98 per cent, Diffuse interstitial nephritis 16.12 per cent, Focal interstitial nephritis 11.55 per cent, Retention cyst 2.15 per cent, congenital polycystic kidney 2.95, Hyaline degeneration 2.15 per cent, Renal amyloidosis 3.49 per cent, Tubular nephrosis 4.83 per cent, Pyelonephritis 4.56 per cent, Renal abscess 2.41, Renal toxicity 1.61 per cent and Rupture of kidney1.07. The various forms of lower urinary tract affections were classified as Ureteritis 5.26 per cent, Haemorrhages in urinary bladder 9.21 percent, Acute cystitis 7.89 per cent, Chronic cystitis 11.84 per cent, Urolithiasis (cystic calculi) 3.94 per cent and Urethritis 5.26 per cent.|
|Theme:||Occurrence and Pathology of Various Conditions of Urinary system in Cattle (Boss indicus)|
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