prolapse

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Synonyms for prolapse

slip or fall out of place, as of body parts

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2 Prolapse of uterus. Roots of Abutilon indicum are mixed with roots of Glycosmis pentaphylla, roots of Eleusine indica, and roots of Amaranthus spinosus and macerated.
Jana and Ghosh (2009) treated a cow for prolapse of uterus which occurred two days post partum.
Prolapse of uterus is predisposed by long mesometrial attachments, violent or strong tenesmus, a relaxed atonic flaccid uterus, retention of placenta at the ovarian pole of the gravid horn and by excessive relaxation of pelvic and perineal region (Roberts, 2004).
Prolapse of uterus is a common complication of third stage of labour in cow (Joseph et al., 2001).The usual sequel of uterine prolapse is haemorrhage, shock, septic metritis, peritonitis, infertility or death.
Prolapse of uterus normally occurs during third stage of parturition, when fetus has been expelled and fetal cotyledons have separated from maternal caruncles (Arthur, 2001).
Prolapse of uterus is a common complication of third stage of labor in cow and ewe Roberts (1971) and Jackson (2004).
A graded murrah buffalo in 3rd calving was presented with history of prolapse of uterus and intestines after delivery of male calf through dystocia 8 hours ago.
Prolapse of uterus normally occur during third stage of labour (Noakes et al., 2001).
Prolapse of uterus is a common complication of third stage of labour in ruminant species but comparatively less common in caprines and rare in mare (Noakes et al, 2009, Wachida and Kisani 2011).