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BACKGROUND Method of testing clinical competence of medical students in this setting has been controversial. This report evaluates the perceptions and preferences of 5(th) and 6(th) year medical students about traditional clinical examination (TCE) and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE). MATERIALS AND METHODS A cross-sectional study using a(More)
BACKGROUND Queuing theory is the mathematical approach to the analysis of waiting lines in any setting where arrival rate of subjects is faster than the system can handle. It is applicable to healthcare settings where the systems have excess capacity to accommodate random variations. MATERIALS AND METHODS A cross-sectional descriptive survey was done.(More)
The finding of intraperitoneal foreign body complicating surgical intervention broadly remains as an issue of safety in the operative room, a source of emotive concern for the patient, and an upsetting but equally embarrassing situation to the surgeon and the team. However, in the media world, it is a source of sumptuous and captivating headline on the(More)
BACKGROUND The success of marriages has largely been premeditated on child bearing in most African society and oftentimes women are at the receiving end of childlessness with possible psychological and physical torture. OBJECTIVE To assess the knowledge and attitude of women of reproductive age towards child adoption in Zaria, Northern Nigeria. (More)
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