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Childhood burns in Zaria, Nigeria.
From 1971 to 1980, 429 children with burn injuries were admitted to the Ahmadu Bello University Hospital, Zaria. These were major burns in 275 patients, moderate in 82 and minor in 72. Fourteen ofExpand
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Secretion of gastric intrinsic factor.
Abstract THE output of gastric intrinsic factor has been determined in eight healthy controls and in forty patients with various gastroduodenal disorders but without pernicious anaemia. The stimulusExpand
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The family of the fatally burned child.
Abstract During an investigation of the psycho-logical effects of injury by burning or scalding on a child and his family, hitherto unappreciated disturbances were found in the families of thoseExpand
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The two histological types of gastric carcinoma in Northern Nigeria.
Sixty-five specimens of gastric carcinoma from Northern Nigeria were classified using the criteria of Lauren (1965). Forty were intestinal, 16 diffuse, 2 mixed, and 7 unclassifiable. The intestinalExpand
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Crohn's disease in a Nigerian.
• We recently examined a Nigerian with regional enteritis in whom the main lesion was located in the ascending colon. The diagnosis of Crohn's disease was established only on histological grounds. InExpand
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Massive prepatellar bursitis.
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Pathophysiologic studies in human rabies.
Six patients with proved rabies were studied with a combination of clinical, physiologic and pathologic technics. Three were given a type of intensive care but died with evidence of respiratoryExpand
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Coarse mucosal folds in the duodenum.
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