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Year: 2015, Issue: June
Surgical management of second degree perineal lacerations in a buffalo.
Kiranjeet Singh, Girraj Shakya, Aswathy Gopinathan and A. M. Pawde
Surgical management, Buffalo, Perineal lacerations.
A clinical case of second degree perineal laceration in a buffalo was successfully managed by aseptic preparation of surgical site followed by surgical repaired was performed in two layers with the simple interrupted suture pattern with no 2 catgut. Skin of the perineum is undermined and is reflected lateral to permit subsequent closure of the skin and sutured with simple interrupted suture of no. 2 silk.
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