H Adebayo Obamuyide

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A 25-year-old man, riding a motorcycle, rammed into a moving car at a T junction and sustained a blunt lower-right abdominal injury with the handlebar of his motorbike. He developed a swelling at the point of impact for which he presented in hospital 10 days later. Clinical assessment revealed a healthy young man with a soft, nontender reducible swelling(More)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This case report is aimed at increasing awareness of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, emphasizing the cardinal features comprising congenital great toe abnormality, initial soft tissue masses, eventual heterotopic ossifications with progressive limitation of joint movements and at reiterating the need to avoid unnecessary and(More)
Extraosseous osteosarcoma (EOO) is a rare form of sarcoma. There have been few reports of cases and outcome from an African population.Out of 112 cases of sarcomas seen at the UCH, Ibadan between 1986-2005, 5 were EOO. All presented late on account of initial excision without histology and outcomes were poor. EOO occurs in the black population of(More)
BACKGROUND There have been reports of high rate of abnormal bone mineral densities (BMD) among people living with HIV. Following the introduction of combination antiretroviral therapy (CART) into Nigeria, the country is now home to increasing population of HIV positive patients. There is paucity of data about osteoporosis/osteopaenia and bone mineral(More)
BACKGROUND Carcinoma of the prostate (CaP) is the most common male malignancy in developed and developing countries and has been termed the "malignant epidemic of blacks." Despite this, clinicians managing men with advanced CaP in Africa have to contend with significant limitations in the healthcare systems. This article reviews the current and future(More)
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