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Marsupialisation of bilateral ranula in a buffalo calf


MOJ Anatomy & Physiology
Kalaiselvan E, Swapan Kumar Maiti, Azam Khan, Naveen Kumar Verma, Mohar Singh, Sharun Khan, Naveen Kumar

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Abstract

Ranula refers to accumulation of extra-glandular saliva in the floor of the mouth interfering the normal feeding. A male buffalo calf, age of 6 months had bilateral sublingual sialocele (ranula) showing difficulty to masticate and drink water. Bilateral ranula was excised elliptically to facilitate dynamic fluid/saliva drainage and marsupialisation performed under anesthesia. Animal showed uneventful recovery without any postoperative complications.

Keywords

saliva, phrenum linguae, buffalo calf, bilateral fluid, treat surgically, ranula, complications, normal recovery, feeding habit, antibiotic, fluid therapy, distal extremity, connective tissues, unilateral removal, hemorrhagic septicemia, irritant tincture, fluid therapy

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