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Kıvırcık Irkı Bir Kuzuda Meningosel ve Unilateral Serebellar Hipoplazi.

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    • Alternate Title:
      Meningocel and Unilateral Cerebellar Hypoplasi in a Kıvırcık Breed Lamb.
    • Abstract:
      This is the first report pertain to unilateral cerebellar hypoplasia pathology together with meningocel in a lamb. Two-day-old, Kıvırcık breed, male a lamb was brought with the complaint of congenital swelling back to head, disability of standing and positioning the head. Together with the findings in anamnesis, unskinned, painless and fluctuated 6 cm diameter swelling on the occipital region was determined clinically, the swelling was extirpated under general anesthesia. Because postoperative early time healing was not resulted, euthanasia of the case was performed. Meningocel and unilateral cerebral hypoplasia was diagnosed following the necropsy and histopathological investigations. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Özet: Bu olgu bir kuzuda meningosel ile birlikte şekillenmiş unilateral serebellar hipoplazi patolojisine ait ilk rapordur. İki günlük Kıvırcık ırkı, erkek bir kuzu doğuştan başın arka kısmında şişkinlik, ayağa kalkamama ve kafasını toparlayamama şikayetleriyle getirildi. Klinik olarak anamnezde belirtilen bulguların yanında, oksipital bölgede 6 cm çaplı, ağrısız ve fluktuasyon gösteren derisiz şişkinlik belirlendi. Genel anestezi altında şişkinliğin ekstirpasyonu yapıldı. Postoperatif yakın dönem iyileşme gözlenmediği için olgu ötenazi edildi. Nekropsi ve histopatolojik incelemeler neticesinde meningosel ve unilateral serebellar hipoplazi tanısı konuldu. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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