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One hundred pregnant patients weighing 80 kg or over at the 14th week of pregnancy were studied during their antenatal period and delivery. The incidence of pre-eclampsia, hypertension, pyelitis of pregnancy and operative delivery was higher in overweight patients than in an equivalent number of patients of average weight also studied. The age-related(More)
The obstetric performance of 105 primigravidae aged 16 or under who received inadequate antenatal care was compared with that of 95 primigravidae of the same age who had adequate antenatal care and with 100 primigravidae aged 22 years who also had adequate antenatal care. The increased incidence of pre-eclampsia and babies weighing under 2-5 kg. in teenage(More)
A method of delivering retained placenta quickly without general ane sthesia is described. After failure of other methods, manual removal of placenta was performed for 50 consecutive patients under iv sedation combined with bilateral pudendal block. The pudendal nerve block was accomplished with 20 ml of 1% xylocaine. Local infiltration of the perineum(More)
  • Enobong Efiong
  • Nigerian medical journal : journal of the Nigeria…
  • 1979
The outcome of pregnancy was studied on a comparative basis. 150 Nigerian women who were underweight at the 14th week of pregnancy were compared with a group of 150 women of average weight who had been matched with the case group on the basis of age, height, parity and social class. Antenatal complications and labor complications/incidence of operative(More)
Survival nomograms offer individualized predictions using a more diverse set of factors than traditional staging measures, including the American Joint Committee on Cancer Tumor Node Metastasis (AJCC TNM) Staging System. A nomogram predicting overall survival (OS) for resected, non-metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) has been previously derived(More)
  • Enobong Efiong
  • Nigerian medical journal : journal of the Nigeria…
  • 1978
One hundred and twenty-two patients who attended the author's Gynaecological Clinic at The Logas University Teaching Hospital complaining of infertility, amenorrhoea or irregular menstruation were each studied during a minimum of three menstrual cycles. Cytological Curves based on weekly karyopyknotic indices of their vaginal epithelial cells were plotted(More)
Robotic surgery (RS) is a novel treatment for rectal cancer resection (RCR); however, this technology is not widely accessible. The objective of this study is to evaluate the utilization of RS in RCR compared with open and laparoscopic techniques and to assess the quality of resection. RCR from 2010 to 2012 were identified using the National Cancer Database(More)