Research Journal for Veterinary Practitioners

Case Report
Res J. Vet. Pract. 8(2): 20-22
Figure 1

(A) a day old, male Rottweiler puppy with type II atresia ani (rectouretheral fistula). (B) Reconstruction through anoplasty in day old puppy with atresia ani type-II. (C) Closed abdominal incision showing that no sutures were placed on the skin. (D) Enterotomy incision closed, it was used to identify the anal opening and the contact point of rectum with the anus using a probe (arrow a) and Urethrorectal fistula being closed using absorbable suture material Vicryl 3/0 (arrow b).