Dystocia due to fetal hydrocephalus and its management in a mare



What Is fetal Hydrocephalus?

Hydrocephalus is a condition that happens when liquid develops in the skull and causes the skull to swell. The name signifies “water on the Brain.”
Brain harm can happen therefore of the liquid development. This can prompt to formative, physical, and scholarly changes. It obliges treatment to counteract genuine inconveniences. 

Management of fetal Hydrocephalus:

Delivery is generally dealt with by incising the delicate segment of the skull to discharge the liquids, in this manner collapsing the skull. In the event that the head is exceptionally expanded, the broadened segment is cut with a saw wire, caved in, and conveyed, permitting delivery of whatever is left of the foal.