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International Journal of Veterinary Research
A five-year-old Holstein cow with a history of vaginal prolapse was admitted to the Large Animal Clinic, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tabriz. According to the owner, she had a 5-month history of vaginal prolapse and frequent sanguineous discharge from the vagina. Appetite was normal and its last parturition was two months ago. Clinical examination revealed a tumor like mass that attached to the vaginal roof and partly protruded through the vagina without any vaginal prolapse.fatcat:reeidqgkxbac7imhaz3hnuguim