Volume 4 Issue Spl-3-ADPCIAD Article 3

Dystocia due to fetal maldisposition and malpresentation in a nagaland mithun (Bos frontalis)

Borkotoky D1; Perumal P2,*; Chang S2; Brijesh Kumar3; Savino N4; Sangma CTR4;

1Porba Regional Centre, ICAR-National Research Centre on Mithun Porba, Nagaland - 797 107
2ICAR-National Research Centre on Mithun, Medziphema, Nagaland - 797 106
3ICAR- ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Sikkim Centre, Sikkim - 737 103, India
4NU-School of Agricultural Science and Rural development, Medziphema, Nagaland - 797106, India

Keywords: Mithun, Maldisposition and malpresentation, Caesarean section

Page No: S75 - S77

Received - August 05, 2016; Revision - October 03, 2016; Accepted - October 25, 2016
Available Online - October 30, 2016


This short communication of a case report of dystocia in a pluriparous Nagaland mithun strain was due to fetal maldisposition and malpresentation. Severe left lateral deviation of head and neck and dorso-pubic-anterior presentation of the fetus caused the maldisposition in Nagaland mithun strain. It was successfully removed with caesarean section and the animal recovered uneventfully.

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