Narayanan, M. K.; Prasoon, S.; Pandey, Alok; Vishnoi, Rajesh; Maurya, Dinesh Kumar; Kumar, Chandra Shekhar
June 2010
Journal of Indian Veterinary Association;Jun2010, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p44
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a surgical management of vaginal fibroma in a female dog. The dog was presented to a veterinary hospital for a growing mass on the perineal region above the vulval lips and was diagnosed as vaginal tumor which required a surgical excision. Post-operative care recommended the use of antibiotic therapy using Ampicillin or cloxacillin injection followed by oral medication.


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