The cases of urolithiasis in caprine and sheep presented for treatment for one year to University Teaching Veterinary Clinics were managed surgically. A brief history about the clinical cases, their clinical examination, kidney function tests and ultrasonography was studied. The cases were surgically managed by performing different surgical procedures viz, excision of urethral process, urethrotomy perineal urethrotomy, tube cystotomy and cystorrhaphy and modified bladder marsupialisation as demanded by clinical situation. The postoperative management, survival rates and restoration of normal urination, rupture sites and return of normal kidney function tests of the cases has been discussed.
Key words: Urine, ultrasound, urethrotomy, bladder.
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