Ureteric Obstruction and Hydronephrosis in Baladi goats: Topographical anatomy, Ultrasonographical, Hematological and Pathological findings
ABSTRACT The purpose of the current study was to investigate the topographical and ultrasonographical anatomy. hematological and pathological changes of kidneys following experimental ureteric ligation in goat. Twelve baladi castrated male goats aging (1.5-2 years) and weighing (25-45 kg) were used for the topographic anatomy of kidney and ureter, complete unilateral ligation of the right ureter and partial bilateral ligation of both ureters. The clinical, ultrasonographic imaging and hematological evaluations were recorded before ligation, at the day one to the day forty after complete unilateral ligation of the ureter and at the day one to the day twenty-eight after partial bilateral ligation of the ureter. The ultrasonographic imaging of kidney revealed a significant increase in kidney length and width, dilatation of renal pelvis and ureter from the 1st day after complete unilateral ligation. while these changes were recorded significantly at the day twenty-eight after partial bilateral ligation. Meanwhile the hematological evaluation revealed significant changes in RBCs count. Hb concentration and PCV% at the first day then returned to its normal values.
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ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to report a rare congenital urinary tract anomaly in a goat kid. A 2-day-old male goat (Capra hircus) showed depression, inappetence, pain, vocalizing, and the existence of a small bag at the bottom of the abdominal region. Physical examination revealed the absence of fever, increased heart rate, and increased breathing rate. The urinary tract was absent in the anterior part of the urethra (agenesis). Urine was contained in the penile urethral diverticulum. The urethral process was absent. A slot on the diverticulum was created with a surgical blade. The gap was not sutured. The kid was treated with antibiotic and anti-inflammatory drugs. Ten days later, the kid was reexamined, and the edges of the urine output gap in the bottom of the diverticulum were relieved. Urine passed readily from this opening, and clinical symptoms were absent. KeywordsDiverticulum–Hypospadias–Male kid–UrethraComparative Clinical Pathology 08/2011; 20(4):417-419. DOI:10.1007/s00580-010-1143-x
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ABSTRACT: The present study was performed to observe and examine the abdominal organs structure and position by contrast X-ray, ultrasonography and Computed Tomography (CT) and the function of the gastrointestinal tract to establish a basics diagnostic aid to be for use by anatomists, radiologists, surgeons and veterinary students. The stomach, intestine, liver, spleen, the caudal vena cava, portal vein and gall bladder were examined by contrast X-ray, ultrasonography and CT scans in twelve zaraibi goats aging 1-1.5 years and weighing 25-30 kg. The caudal vena cava, portal vein and gall bladder diameters decreased from the 9th to the 12th intercostal spaces through ultrasonographic imaging measurement. The fatty liver infiltration determined by ultrasonography. The radiographic examined the structural pattern of the abdominal organs by contrast X-ray, ultrasonography and computed tomography and the function of the gastrointestinal tract to establish a basics diagnostic aid. The obtained results cleared that contrast X-ray, ultrasonography and CT were safe, practical and easily performed in goat. Both radiographic and ultrasonographic procedures were complimentary in the evaluation of the gastrointestinal tract, spleen and liver condition while CT scans was a superior soft tissue differentiation over conventional X-ray techniques.Journal of Medical Sciences 01/2013;