Capitol Compound, Brgy. Bangbangalon, Boac, Marinduque

MARINDUQUE PROVINCIAL VETERINARY OFFICE - Capitol Compound, Brgy. Bangbangalon, Boac, Marinduque

Classical case of incarcerated inguinal hernia


Case of the day…May 1, 2015

Pre-op and post-op picture of an eight year old female Chihuahua presented with huge bulge in her left inguinal area… a STAT surgical procedure was conducted to correct the anomaly which turned out to be a classical case of incarcerated inguinal hernia with developing strangulation of a small portion of the small intestine…

INGUINAL LYMPHOMA a common immune system disease of dogs






A one year old male “ASPIN” was presented for neutering… the prep team noticed a big lumps in the left lateral inguinal area parallel to the penis… examination by palpation revealed an encapsulated mass beneath the skin… a condition suggestive of INGUINAL LYMPHOMA a common immune system disease of dogs secondary to infection that makes the affected lymph glands to grow bigger than normal… a STAT surgical intervention was made and a 3.2″ X 1.6″ mass was removed

A four year old “ASPIN” with “pyometra”

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A four year old “ASPIN” was presented for spaying with distended abdomen, anorexic and suspectedly pregnant according to the owner… upon opening of the abdomen a pus filled uterus was retracted thru a two inches incision revealed a classical case of close “pyometra”

PYOMETRA-is an infection of the womb (uterus)common condition in older dogs that have not been spayed

-Infection associated with failed pregnancy
-Copulation with infected male
-Hormonal changes

-Licking of her behind
-Pale color
-Pus discharge (in case of open pyometra)
-Distended abdomen
-Death due to septic shock

Surgical removal of the uterus
Hormonal treatment

Tumor of the uterus of a two year old “puspin”


Case of the day: Tumor of the uterus of a two year old “puspin” also known as pusang pinoy… taken out via total abdominal ovariohysterectomy… uterine tumors in cats are rare occurences, this condition is probably a benign uterine mass

Symptoms: Abdominal distention, Frequent urination, Vomiting, Abnormal, Estrous cycle, Infertility

Causes: This condition tends to happen in female cats that have not been spayed.

Action taken: Fixed the condition thru total abdominal ovariohysterectomy by JMVictoria,DVM

Case of the day: Hack wound


This is marshy a gentle, adorable and playful seven month old male aspin who accidentally went off the premises of his masters, an elderly couple….marshy was mercilessly hacked by unidentified bad guy early dawn of july 19, 2014…he was brought to our spay and neuter clinic and was fixed by doc eugene assisted by doc emmir and doc J… marshy did not sustained any other serious damage and we are hopefull of his early recovery

Shitzu with bulging eyeball, given a second chance

Penny…. the 3 year old shitzu with bulging eyeball was fixed and given a second chance to live even without her right eye….


ENUCLEATION – is the removal of the eye that leaves the eye muscles and remaining orbital contents intact. This type of ocular surgery is indicated for a number of ocular tumors, in eyes that have suffered severe trauma, and in eyes that are otherwise blind and painful.


The biggest struvite (urinary bladder stone)

So far this is the biggest urinary bladder stone i took out from an “aspin” (asong pinoy) ……..

Struvite (magnesium ammonium phosphate) is a phosphate mineral with formula: NH4MgPO4·6H2O. Struvite crystallizes in theorthorhombic system as white to yellowish or brownish-white pyramidal crystals or in platey mica-like forms. It is a soft mineral withMohs hardness of 1.5 to 2 and has a low specific gravity of 1.7. It is sparingly soluble in neutral and alkaline conditions, but readily soluble in acid.

Struvite urinary stones and crystals form readily in the urine of animals and humans that are infected with ammonia-producing organisms. They are potentiated by alkaline urine and high magnesium excretion (high magnesium/plant-based diets). They also are potentiated by a specific urinary protein, in domestic cats.