intramuscularly, restrained in lateral recumbency, keeping affected horn upward followed by cornual nerve block
and local infiltration around the base of horn with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
Cornual nerve block
was established with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
intramuscularly and under local anesthesia (cornual nerve block
) with injection 2% Lignocaine hcl.
Local analgesia was achieved through cornual nerve block
and ring block at base of horn by injecting 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
Regional anaesthesia was achieved by cornual nerve block
by administering 10 ml of 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride just below the upper margin of frontal crest and local infiltration around horn base and cornual arteries were ligated.
The operative site was prepared at the base of horn taking all aseptic precautions and cornual nerve block
was achieved with 2% Lignocaine hydrochloride.
After achieving of cornual nerve block
and adequate analgesia dehorning was done by flap method as per standard surgical procedures described by Kumar (2005).
Local analgesia was achieved with cornual nerve block
and Lignocaine hydrochloride respectively for cornual nerve block
. In case no.
IM and cornual nerve block
with 2% Lignocaine hcl in standing position with positive head restraint.
Under sedation and cornual nerve block
, horn amputation was undertaken by flap method.
For surgery, animals were restrained in lateral recumbency after performing cornual nerve block
and sedation with Xylazine @ 0.1 mg/ kg b.