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Gervais Habarugira – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Imperforate Anus in a male Friesian-Holstein calf: case report and review of literature
    Zimbabwe veterinary journal, 2017
    Co-Authors: Borden Mushonga, Samuel Nsengimana, Alaster Samkange, Erick Kandiwa, Gervais Habarugira

    Abstract:

    A case of imperforate Anus in a 3-day old male Friesian-Holstein calf was presented and treated in Bugesera district, Rwanda. The condition has rarely been reported in Africa. A brief review of the etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, surgical and post-surgical management and classification of anorectal malformations (ARM) as they occur in man and domestic animals with emphasis on imperforate Anus is hereby presented. We focus on the usage of the terms imperforate Anus, Atresia ani and make a distinction between these terms and other ARMs. With emphasis placed on the nomenclature of ARMs and the distinction between usage of the terms imperforate Anus and Atresia ani, we propose that the two terms be viewed as different and standard scientific nomenclature of Type I –IV ARM be used consistently to avoid confusion. If the terms Atresia ani and imperforate Anus should be used, they must be used correctly and consistently.

Gn Purohit – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Rare congenital absence of tail (anury) and Anus (Atresia ani) in male camel (Camelus dromedarius) calf.
    Open veterinary journal, 2012
    Co-Authors: S Anwar, Gn Purohit

    Abstract:

    A one-day old male camel calf was presented to the Al-Qattara Veterinary Hospital with complaints of abdominal straining and lack of defecation. On examination it was found that the calf had no tail, the posterior sacral margin was blunt and the anal opening was absent. The case was diagnosed as congenital anury with Atresia ani. The animal was sedated with 0.1 mg/kg of xylazine administered intramuscularly and under local infiltration with 2% lidocaine a circular incision was made at the anal area to create an anal opening. The animal passed plenty of meconium. The cut edges were sutured with horizontal mattress sutures. The animal was administered penicillin and streptomycin for 5 days and had an uneventful recovery. It is reported that congenital anury rarely occurs in one humped camel and accompanied Atresia ani can be surgically treated.

Andriichuk Denis – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • SYNTROPY OF UNCLASSIFIED COMPLEXES OF MULTIPLE CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS
    , 2014
    Co-Authors: Boychuk Taras, Sorokman Tamila, Lastivka Irina, Andriichuk Denis

    Abstract:

    Statistical analysis of unclassified complexes multiple of
    congenital malformations was performed . Frequency of the most
    frequent combination of defects consisting of multiple congenital
    malformations was determined , syntropy index was defined.
    “Watching congenital malformations” (Anus Atresia, cleft lip/palate,
    congenital umbilical hernia, clubfoot) according to the analysis of
    association and syntropy index can be used as a marker as to
    congenital heart defects, central nervous system and kidney