Abimbola Olaniyi Olajide

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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This study assesses the prevalence of erectile dysfunction as well as its risk factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS This is a descriptive cross-sectional study among 650 adult males, aged between 18 and 70 years selected by multi-stage sampling technique. Data were obtained from respondents selected from 4 wards in Olorunda local government(More)
BACKGROUND Urethral stricture, a common urologic condition, is probably the most common cause of urinary retention in tropical Africa and a frequent cause of lower urinary tract symptoms worldwide. This study aimed at presenting our experience with one-stage urethroplasty at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital Osogbo, Nigeria. (More)
PURPOSE To report the complications of transverse distal penile island flap urethroplasty for urethral reconstruction in adult patients with long/multiple segments anterior urethral stricture. MATERIALS AND METHODS This prospective study was carried out on 55 patients with complex anterior urethral stricture to study complications of transverse distal(More)
BACKGROUND Hydrocele is abnormal collection of serous fluid in the tunica vaginalis or a patent processus vaginalis. It is commonly encountered in our practice and often requires surgical treatment. However in our setting and in many underdeveloped countries, availability of general anaesthetic service is poor due to lack of trained personnel and equipment.(More)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To report a case of testicular Schistosomiasis with a suspicion of testicular cancer. PATIENT AND METHODS Hospital record of a 16 year old patient with histopathology confirmation of testicular Schistosomiasis was reviewed and summarised. The patient who had painless testicular nodules and ultrasound features of heterogenous(More)
BACKGROUND Management of urethral stricture has evolved over the years with better understanding of the pathology, advancement in imaging, and introduction of several techniques of urethral reconstruction. In sub-Saharan Africa, advancement in management of urethral stricture may not be comparable with what obtained in most developed nations because of(More)
Prune Belly Syndrome is a rare congenital anomaly characterized by deficient anterior abdominal wall musculature, bilateral cryptorchidism, bilateral megaureters and often unilateral or bilateral vesico-ureteric junction obstruction. The report of prune belly syndrome in the adult is scanty. We report a case of prune belly syndrome in a 24 year old Nigerian(More)
AbstrAct Introduction: Penile entrapment with strangulation is a unique clinical entity which has remained a challenge because of lack of standard treatment modality. treatment of reported cases has been based on an individual physicians approach depending upon the circumstances and facilities available. some of these are cumbersome and some involve use of(More)
KEY CLINICAL MESSAGE Herniorrhaphy is a common surgery worldwide. Common complications include hemorrhage, infection, chronic pain, and recurrence. Ureteric injury from herniorrhaphy is unusual. We present a case of ureteric injury complicating an inguinal herniorrhaphy for a huge right inguino-scrotal hernia. Patient had primary uretero-neocystostomy but(More)