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Sambhaji G. Chavhan

Sambhaji G. Chavhan
College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Udgir Maharashtra India · Depratment of Veterinary Pathology

BVSc&AH, MVSc(Pathology), Ph.D, Diplomate ICVP (DICVP)
Veterinary Pathologist & Researcher

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Additional affiliations
July 2015 - December 2021
Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Assistant Professor (Veterinary Pathology), College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Udgir, Maharashtra (India), University: Maharashtra Animal & Fisheries Sciences University (MAFSU), Nagpur, Maharashtra (India)
September 2011 - August 2014
Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
Position
  • Ph.D Scholar/Researcher
Description
  • Experimental Carcinogenesis, Nanoparticle Synthesis & Characterization, Cancer Nano medicine, Cancer Biomarkers
July 2010 - September 2011
Karnataka Veterinary Animal and Fisheries Sciences University
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Diagnosis of Small and Large Ruminant Diseases, Avian Diseases, Clinical Pathology, Anatomic Pathology
Education
September 2011 - June 2014
September 2007 - August 2009
July 2002 - July 2007
Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University
Field of study
  • Veterinary Medicine

Publications

Publications (48)
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A study was conducted to examine the clinical signs, hematological, biochemical and histopathological changes in vitamin D(3) toxicity at a dose rate 2 mg/kg b.wt. of vitamin D(3) and to assess the protective effect of Aloe vera in vitamin D(3) toxicity. The clinical signs observed were anorexia, progressive weight loss, difficulty in movement and...
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Pathology of gross and histopathological lesions are being described in the cow inflicted with a snake bite. The lesions were suggestive of snake bite of Viperidae family, as the lesions were hemotoxic as evidenced in heart, lungs and trachea besides sludgeing of blood.
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The present study was conducted to study the clinical profile, hemato-biochemical, post-mortem and histopathological changes of theileriosis in goat cases reported from areas in and around of Udgir city of Maharashtra state during period January to December 2020. Out of 107 suspected cases, 41 goats were found positive for theileriosis indicating a...
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Fowl adenovirus (FAdV) serotypes are involved in a variety of clinical manifestations in poultry and has resulted in substantial economic loss to the poultry farmers. Despite the endemicity of Inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) in South Asian countries, including India, its etiology is not well studied. In western India, the rural poultry flocks obtain...
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A bio-assay was conducted to evaluate the effect of dietary supplementation of brown seaweed (Sargassum wigetti) on the performance of broilers. Broilers (400) were divided into 5 treatment groups. Each treatment had 8 replicates with 10 birds per replicate. The chicks of control (Group A) were fed a basal diet. Group B was fed a basal diet with ba...
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Venomous snakebites due to various poisonous snakes in equines are seldom reported. The present report describes the case of viperine snakebite in a mare. A 2.5-year-old mare was admitted to clinics with history of swelling over right fore-limb, bleeding from limb, anorexia and lameness. Clinical examination of bitten mare showed ascending swelling...
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Scorpion bit a three-month-old male buffalo calf of college sub-center in evening hours followed by rapid onset of clinical signs. Acute signs with lateral recumbency, paddling of legs, bellowing, nystagmus, frequent urination was observed in a calf. Clinical examination revealed subnormal body temperature (97.9 o F), tachycardia (88/minute) and ta...
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The present case depicts the symptomatology and hemato-biochemical alterations due to honeybee sting in a dog. A two-year-old Labrador Retriever male dog was admitted to Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex with history of stung by honeybees four days ago followed by absence of food intake, swelling over testicles, passing black coloured feces and...
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1. The fatty acid coated organic acids blend was evaluated for its potential as a growth promoter. 2. A six-week experiment was conducted following a completely randomised design. One-day old broiler chicks (n = 384) were randomly divided into four dietary groups (eight replicates per group). Diet treatments were an unsupplemented basal diet or con...
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The present study was conducted to study the molecular phylodynamics of the Indian field IBDVs. A total of 13 organized commercial poultry farms and 29 village poultry flocks were recruited in the study. The broiler flocks showed 15.25-60.18% mortality, followed by 12.4% in improved native poultry varieties and 5% in indigenous birds. The 664 bp hy...
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Bubaline phosphorous deficiency haemoglobinuria (PDH) is considered as a key production disease of the buffaloes. The present study was aimed to investigate the epidemiology, clinical and haemato-biochemical aspects of PDH in buffaloes of Marathwada region. The overall prevalence of PDH was found to be 1.72% with highest prevalence in 6-9 year age...
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Background: In view of common occurrence of haemoprotozoan infections leading to severe haemolytic anaemia and increased case fatality rate in cattle in study area the present investigation was planned to evaluate efficacy of whole blood transfusion as an adjunct therapy in severe cases of hemolytic anaemia in cattle. Method: Sixteen cattle sufferi...
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The present investigation was carried out to study the epidemiology, clinical signs, bleeding profile, kidney function, and pathology and to evaluate the therapeutic protocol for viperine snake envenomation in zebu cattle over a period of 14 years. A total of 98 cases of viperine bite were reported with the highest incidence during monsoon months i...
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Theileriosis has widely been reported in cattle particularly in crossbred cattle in India with scarce reports on bubaline theileriosis. Hence, the present study was designed with to study the prevalence and clinico-therapeutic management of bubaline theileriosis in Marathwada. Buffaloes admitted to College clinics were screened based on history, cl...
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A flock of Osmanabadi goats (n=20) was presented to the clinics with the history of hair loss, intense pruritus, decrease in body weight and eventual mortality of four kids since last month. Clinical examination revealed tachycardia, tachypnea and pale mucosae. Marked focal to generalized alopecia was noticed over the face, ears, around eyes and ne...
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The experimental chicks (n=150) were equally divided into five groups (n =30, CON: healthy control, NLP: Neem leaf powder control, CLP: Clostridium perfringens infected, CLB: CLP + Bacitracin and CLN: CLP + Neem leaf powder). On necropsy, the CLP group birds duodenum, jejunum/ileum frequently found distended containing large amounts blood mixed muc...
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One-year-old female red-eared turtle was presented to Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Udgir with a history of normal feed intake with the appearance of white-colored patches over shell since one month. Clinical examination revealed no visible abnormality of legs, mouth, nose, ear, and eyes. The exami...
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Babesiosis being economically important haemoprotozoan infection of cattle, the present study was planned to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy of imidocarb dipropionate in babesiosis in cattle. The animals admitted to College clinics with a history of red urine, anemia, and jaundice were screened for babesiosis by using Giemsa stained blood smears....
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The present study was conducted to evaluate the preventive effect of neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf powder (NLP) in experimentally induced colibacillosis in broilers. Birds from T1 group {E. coli @ 0.3 ml (1 x 109 CFU/ml), single dose orally at the age of 7th day} showed clinical signs mainly such as respiratory distress, whitish pasty watery diarr...
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A Deoni male calf was presented with history of anorexia, geophagia, weakness and fever since last three days. Clinical examination revealed presence of fever, tachycardia, severe weakness, papery white conjunctival mucous membrane, swollen lymph nodes and tick infestation. Hematological analysis showed marked anemia, granulocytic leukocytosis and...
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Thirty-seven clinical cases of hepatic jaundice in cattle showing clinical signs viz., anorexia, absence of water intake, emaciation, rumen stasis with passage of hard pelleted feces, icteric to congested icteric mucosae, dark yellow to amber colored urine and necrotic skin with significant increase in total, direct and indirect bilirubin, blood ur...
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The study was conducted on fifty one (51) cattle to evaluate the hematological, biochemical and histopathological changes due to hepatic jaundice. The hematological changes observed included non-significant increase in hemoglobin and packed cell volume values along with significant increase in total erythrocyte, total leucocyte count and blood clot...
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The present study was conducted on 42 clinical cases of black quarter in cattle to study the haemato-biochemical, gross and histopathological changes. The haemato-biochemical changes observed in affected animals included significant increase in absolute granulocyte count, serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase and creatinine kinase as compared to...
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A seven-year-old HF crossbred cow parturited one day before was admitted to clinics with lateral recumbency and tympany since 2 hours and subnormal body temperature. Based on history and typical clinical signs suggestive of milk fever cow was treated immediately with calcium borogluconate 225 ml slow IV. Immediately after the treatment cow sat in s...
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The present study was conducted on 42 clinical cases of black quarter to nd out the epidemiology of black quarter in cattle with reference to age, sex, breed, season, vaccination status, duration of illness, mortality and survival rate. The results of present study revealed that the age wise prevalence of black quarter was found higher in cattle of...
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The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of formaldehyde spraying in broiler pens on feed intake, live body weight and feed conversion ratio (weekly interval), clinical signs (entire period of experiment) while haematological (Hb, PCV, TEC, TLC, Blood Clotting Time) and biochemical (glucose, total protein, albumin and creatinine) para...
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The present study was conducted on 42 clinical cases of black quarter to study the clinical profile of black quarter in cattle with reference to clinical parameters like frequency of various clinical signs, body parts affected, number of lesions, nature of swelling and pain reaction. The percent analysis of clinical signs revealed the abnormal gait...
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A flock of twenty Deccani sheep was admitted to clinics with the history of swellings over face, ears, tail base, head shaking, rubbing head against hard objects, recumbency and death in three female sheep. Clinical examination of ailing flock revealed anorexia, increased rectal temperature and respiratory rate, tachycardia, swellings and crests fo...
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A carcass of five year old female Labrador dog with the history of megaesophagus was presented for postmortem examination. Grossly, the heart revealed a pale grey cauliflower like growth adhering to the tricuspid valve along with petechial haemorrhages on the endocardium. The chambers were filled with clotted blood. The esophagus showed great dilat...
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A carcass of five year old female Labrador dog with the history of megaesophagus was presented for postmortem examination. Grossly, the heart revealed a pale grey cauliflower like growth adhering to the tricuspid valve along with petechial haemorrhages on the endocar-dium. The chambers were filled with clotted blood. The esophagus showed great dila...
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The present study was conducted to study the vitreous humor between-eye differences and baseline values of potassium, sodium, calcium and glucose immediately after death in dogs. Eight canine carcasses brought for necropsy formed the material for collection of vitreous humor in the present study. The information regarding time of death was gathered...
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The present study was undertaken to find out the correlation between increasing postmortem interval (PMI) and levels of various vitreous biochemical parameters. The vitreous humour samples were collected immediately after death from eight canine carcasses brought for necropsy. Eyes were enucleated as soon as possible after receiving carcass for pos...
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A significant (P<0.05) increase in the vitreous potassium concentration was observed in dog (n=8) at postmortem intervals 24, 36, 48, 60 and 72 hours as compared to the initial concentration (1-4 hours) at both temperatures. The potassium level at postmortem interval 36 hours showed significant (P<0.05) increase as compared to concentration at 12 h...
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Vitamins are organic compounds needed in small amounts for the normal growth and activity of the body. Most of the vitamins cannot be synthesized by the body but are naturally found in foods of plant and animal origin. Vitamins are either water soluble or fat soluble. Water soluble vitamins are excreted rapidly than fat soluble vitamins. Hypervita...
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Nowadays rabbit farming is among one of the fastest growing industry. The use of rabbits for meat, fur, as a pet animal and as laboratory animal for various experimental trials increased demand of rabbits in market. So, rabbit breeders and pet owners should have idea about important diseases of rabbits to avoid economic loss, zoonotic threat & to p...
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Vitamins are organic compounds needed in small amounts for the normal growth and activity of the body. Most of the vitamins cannot be synthesized by the body but are naturally found in foods obtained from the plants and animals. Vitamins are either water-soluble or fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins are excreted rapidly than fat soluble vitamin...
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Histopathological Studies on Vitamin D3 Toxicity in Rats
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The use of rats as a laboratory animal increased demand of rats in the market. So, it is important to provide disease free animal model for various commercial experimental trials. The rat breeders should have idea about the important infectious diseases of rats to avoid economic loss. Various economically important diseases of rats are described be...
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Incidence of drug-induced gastritis and ulceration in human medicine is well established. Besides, unilateral hemangioma, a unique concurrent case of tetracycline induced gastric toxicity in a dog, characterized by gastritis and ulceration is being reported here. Grossly, the appearance of gastric ulcers mimicked the appearance of Italian pizza. Hi...
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A case of bovine lymphomatosis in heart of buffalo bull is reported.
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A case of malignant sertoli cell tumour in dog with rare presence of indistinct eosinophilic Call-Exner like bodies in the seminiferous tubules upon histopathological examination of fixed tissue samples has been recorded. The brief history of the case revealed enlargement of abdomen with patchy areas of alopecia and evidence of gyanecomastia.

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Images Attached. Please let me know specific wave numbers or XRD peaks in the given images to identify calcium phosphate nano.
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Images Attached. Please let me know specific wave numbers in the given images to identify specific groups or CAPs.
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Please let me know any protocol to prevent the agglomeration of calcium phosphate nanoparticles while determining the size and zeta potential. I tried to take a reading with distilled water as dispersing medium but when I'm dispersing the nanoparticles in medium, immediately the cuvette with the nanoparticles shows agglomeration and I'm getting incorrect readings. Please let me know any protocol to prevent the agglomeration.
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Please let me know any protocol to prevent the agglomeration of calcium phosphate nanoparticles while determining the size and zeta potential. I tried to take reading with distilled water as dispersing medium. but when I'm dispersing the nanoparticles in medium, immediately in the cuvette of equipment the nanoparticles shows agglomeration and I'm getting wrong readings. Please let me know any protocol to prevent the agglomeration.

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