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Rare Case Report of Dystocia Due to Suspected Schistosomus Reflexus Infected Foetus in Jamunapari Doe

D. Chakraborty, A. K. Nath, S. Roy, S. K. Mukhopadhayay, S. Ganguly.

Abstract
Dystocia due to suspected Schistosomus reflexus in a Jamunapari doe is put on record in present case. The obstructed fetus was removed with the help of gynaecological tools and obstetrical management. The removed foetus was then inspected for gross lesions and organ anomalies with skeletal malformations due to suspected Schistosomus reflexus infection.

Key words: Dystocia, Schistosomus reflexus, Doe



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