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Articles by Abhishek Singh
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  Abhishek Singh , Vineeta Singh and S.M. Yadav
  Experiment was conducted at BHU in the year 2012-13. Radial growth was not significantly different for most of the isolates. Seven DAI (days after inoculation) highest radial growth has obtained in isolate RF-1 (35.50 mm), Ten DAI maximum growth was observed in isolate EC-1 (52.00 mm) and Thirteen DAI maximum radial growth was same observed in two isolates IIVR and BHU-1 (88.75 mm). The maximum mean mycelial growth was observed in isolate IIVR (57.83 mm) followed by MF-4 (57.66 mm) and BHU-1 (56.83 mm). Isolates of A. solani depicted high variability in pigment production on PDA medium. Mycelial growth patterns were observed on PDA where BG RF-1 SF-1 MF-4 BHU-1 grew with circular margin with smooth surfaced colony and AF-2, PN-4, EC-1, BX-2 and IIVR isolates grew with irregular margin and rough surface. Five varieties of tomato were screened with 10 different isolates. The variety Selection-7 and H-86 were highly susceptible and susceptible, respectively with all the isolates tested. The variety Feb-2 was resistant while, the variety Flora Dade and Swarna Naveen were highly resistant with all the isolates. There was no significant difference between Flora Dade and Swarna Naveen. Out of 10 isolates, only three major groups were recorded on the basis of SAS analysis likewise Group-A isolates were highly virulent (MF-4 and PN-4), Group-C isolates indicate virulent (BG, AF-2, EC-1 and RF-1) and Group- E isolates were less virulent (BHU-1, IIVR, SF-1 and BX-2) with all the five varieties.
  Abhishek Singh , V. Chendil and Iqbal Ahmed
  Pain is one of the most common presenting complaints in patients diagnosed with advanced head and neck cancers occurring in about thirds of the patients at the time when they are first diagnosed in the initial stages of the disease process. Among these, about half of the patients die within five years from the day of diagnosis while the ones who survive are left with significant morbidity. Cancer-associated pain is one of the most common situations difficult to manage in a significant number of head and neck cancer affected patients. Despite all the advances in the understanding, diagnosis and the treatment modalities available for the treatment of cancer associated pain, a significant fraction of patients are left to bear considerable pain owing to the lack of an exact criteria for the evaluation of pain, reluctance of the health care providers regarding the use of opioids and the reservation of advanced treatment modalities for the management of pain only in its advanced or terminal stages. The aim of this paper is to highlight the varying aetiologies and patho-physiologies of the head and neck cancer associated pain and more than that the need for an effective pain management protocol to be followed in the management of the variable expressions of this type of pain in patients who are left to suffer agony of pain despite the availability of voluminous literature regarding the understanding of cancer associated pain.
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