Ao Omigbodun

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To investigate the prevalence of and the risk factors for cervical infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) in an inner-city area of Ibadan, Nigeria, we interviewed and obtained a sample of cervical cells from 932 sexually active women aged 15 years or older. A total of 32 different HPV types were identified with an HPV prevalence of 26.3% overall and(More)
A longitudinal study of 300 women in the puerperium was undertaken in an African population. The aim was to determine the influence of parity on postpartum uterine diameters during involution. The patients were divided into two groups, nulliparous and multiparous based on parity. The uterine diameters were larger in the multiparous group when compared with(More)
A case of two-consecutive viable pregnancies in separate horns of bicornuate unicollis uterus of a Nigerian is presented. The problem of misdiagnosis associated with the anomaly is noted. This case further demonstrates that women with such anomaly may not have unhindered reproductive carrier and antenatal care will improve their chance.
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