Jideofor Okechukwu Ugwu

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BACKGROUND Over the years, different approaches to the treatment of hydrocephalus have evolved across all age groups; however, ventriculoperitoneal shunting (VPS) remains the most widely used procedure, albeit with many complications. AIMS The aim of our study is to prospectively look at the incidence of complications following VPS in our centre, and to(More)
BACKGROUND Prune belly syndrome (PBS) is a rare congenital malformation of unclear etiology. The disease progress and outcome in developing countries are not clear as most reports are isolated case reports. MATERIALS AND METHODS A review of 9 patients managed for PBS in 5 years. RESULTS There were 7 males and 2 females, aged 30 min-11 days (median = 5(More)
BACKGROUND In children with high and intermediate anorectal malformation, distal colostography is an important investigation done to determine the relationship between the position of the rectal pouch and the probable site of the neo-anus as well as the presence or absence of a fistula. Conventionally, this is done using contrast with fluoroscopy or still(More)
BACKGROUND There is a high prevalence of neonatal circumcision (NC) in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, when providers do not have adequate training on the procedure, neonatal circumcision can result in complications. There are indications that the reported high complication rate of NC in the current setting might be a reflection of inadequate training of the(More)
BACKGROUND Parents are central in decisions and choices concerning circumcision of their male children and plastibell circumcision is a widely practiced technique. This study determined parental preferences for male neonatal and infant circumcisions and evaluate the early outcomes of plastibell circumcisions in a tertiary centre. PATIENTS AND METHODS This(More)
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