Unusual aspects of this vaginal prolapse case.
1. Vaginal tumour - tubular hard white lump about 5cm x 3 cm x 2 cm
2. A brown lump looking like an enlarged lymph node in vicinity. About 4 cm x 3 cm x 2 cm. These were not excised.
3. Orange yellow pus of around 20 ml - abscess in this area of the white lump.
4. Urethral papilla can be seen ventrally but no visible opening to catheterise. Resect 2 cm away from the urethra circumferentially as shown in the video.
Dog was spayed 2 days before prolapse resection. Reduce ovarian hormonal influences and recurrence.
2 anaesthesias are needed to avoid lengthy surgery leading to death of the old dog.
Outcome excellent as the dog is normal now.
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