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Articles by Amir Abbas Farshid
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  Amir Abbas Farshid , Soraya Naem and Ramin Banaie Alipour
  The present study was carried out in order to investigate the lesions in the abomasum of Makoyee breed sheep caused by Teladorsagia spp. Infected sheep which were examined during spring and summer 2000, subjected to detail necropsy with special reference to abomasal lesions. Six out of 20 sheep were infected with T. circumcincta. Abomasal changes were recorded and tissue samples were collected from abomasum for histopathology. The results were indicated different pathological changes such as congestion of blood vessels, oedema, foci of T. circumcincta in the superficial part of mucosa, sometimes deep in the glandular region and increased mucous secretion. Also, cystic spaces were found in some glands and infiltration of leukocytes in the mucosa, submucosa and muscular layers were seen. The other findings were hyperplasia of glands, muscular layer of the abomasum and thickening of blood vessel walls. This study brought to light the significant pathological changes even in the light infection caused by T. circumcincta in the abomasum of Makoyee breed sheep.
  Simin Afsha , Reza Heidari , Amir Abbas Farshid and Minoo Ilkhanipour
  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of acute exposure to various doses of fenitrothion (FNT) on level of serum glucose, total protein, triglycerides (TG), total cholesterol (TC) and some hematological parameters. The study was conducted on 8-week old male Wistar rats that divided into four groups (three experimental groups and one control group), were treated orally with different doses (25, 50 and 100 mg kg-1) of fenitrothion for 28 consecutive day. After treatment, blood samples were collected for biochemical and hematological studies. Present results demonstrated that exposed groups led to significant dose-dependent increase in serum glucose and cholesterol levels. Significant decrease was observed in some hematological parameters [Red Blood Cell (RBC) counts, Hemoglobin (Hb), Haematocrite (Ht) and Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH) values]. Serum total protein and triglycerides were also decreased not significantly in exposed groups when compared with control. Generally, the degrees of observed variations were found to be dose dependent.
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