2. DYSTOCIA IN A MURRAH BUFFALO DUE TO MONOCEPHALUS THORACOPAGUS TETRABRACHIUS TETRAPUS DICAUDATUS MONSTER THROUGH SUBCUTANEOUS FETOTOMY by PRAMOD KUMAR1, SANDEEP DOLPURIA1, ASHOK KUMAR1, AMIT KU
This report describes a rare case of conjoined monocephalus thoracophagus tetrabrachius tetrapus dicaudatus monster in a pluriparous Murrah buffalo at TVCC, RAJUVAS, Bikaner and delivered by subcutaneous fetotomy under epidural anesthesia.
KEYWORDS: Buffalo, twin monster, dystocia, subcutaneous fetotomy.
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