Prolapsed Vagina in a Nonpregnant Cow.

Prolapsed Vagina in a Nonpregnant Cow.
Prolapse of the vagina occurs most commonly in the late pregnant animal. If it occurs in the nonpregnant individual it may be corrected with the use of a purse string pattern, like the Buhner pattern, which is contraindicated in the pregnant cow because it is difficult to remove. [size of the square tile is 15 cm].

Roberts SJ (1973)