Anjana SatheeshKerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University | KVASU · Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology
MVSc scholar, Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology
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Anjana Satheesh currently works at the Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. Anjana does research in Emergency Medical Care, Dental Surgery and Anaesthetics. Their current project is 'Undergraduate Projects'.
Extensive research is being carried out to replicate different aspects of burn injury, understand the unique pathophysiology as well as to develop novel treatment modalities for the burn wounds. Adequate research using different burn models thus play a major role in the development of novel treatments. One of the major constraints in burn animal mo...
Indian star tortoise (Geochelone elegans Schoepff, 1795) is a terrestrial herbivorous reptile that is classified under the vulnerable species of IUCN-Red List. The present communication reports the successful management of gastrointestinal parasitism due to co-infection with oxyurids and ascarid nematodes in the captive population of Indian star to...
Infection of Leptospira interrogans var. Bataviae in a properly vaccinated German shepherd dog and its successful clinical management are described. The dog was presented with a history of anorexia, vomiting, oliguria, melena, lethargy, and weakness. The animal had a proper history of yearly vaccination with the multicomponent vaccine. Hematology r...
Abstract Sarcoptic mange infestation is one of the major constrains in commercial rabbit rearing due to their ability to produce negative impact on the growth rates and feed conversion efficiency. Ten adult rabbits presented with the history of anorexia, pruritis and crusty lesion in ear, face and legs were selected for the study. Skin scraping exa...
Dystocia is defined as difficulty in parturition. It is a common condition in small ruminants especially goats. A four year old Malabari goat was presented to Veterinary Polyclinic, Mannarkkad with the history of full term pregnancy and distention of the ventral abdomen. The animal was showing straining intermittently for the past one day without p...
Enterocutaneous fistula is a rare case reported in animals. The underlying cause for the development of enterocutaneous fistula varies with every case. The goat was presented with the history of passing greenish fluid via a wound in the right lateral abdominal wall which occurred before one week due to dog bite. Clinical examination revealed normal...
Bite from a venomous snake could be deadly and should always be treated as medical emergency. A four year old Malabari crossbred goat presented to the TVCC, Mannuthy with a history of cobra bite one hour before. Goat was having fang marks in the lower mandible with considerable swelling around it. Thoracic auscultation revealed crackles in lung are...
Wild carnivores have higher prevalence of parasitic diseases when compared to other captive animals. Toxascaris leonina is a common finding during the faecal examination of captive lions in zoos all over the world. This paper reports the occurrence of T. leonina ova in the faecal sample of captive lions present at Thiruvananthapuram zoological gard...