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Motorcycle limb injuries in a developing country.
BACKGROUND Motorcycles have become a very popular means of transportation in Nigeria. This paper is a hospital based study of limb injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents in an urban centre in… Expand
Tracheostomy in surgical practice: experience in a Nigerian tertiary hospital.
BACKGROUND Tracheostomy continues to be a standard surgical procedure for airway management. OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to evaluate the indications, and complications associated with the… Expand
Prevalence of Hospital-Acquired Enterococci Infections in Two Primary-Care Hospitals in Osogbo, Southwestern Nigeria
- Kafayat Olayinka Olawale, S. Fadiora, S. Taiwo
- African journal of infectious diseases
- 14 May 2011
Enterococci are opportunistic bacteria that become pathogenic when they colonize niches where they are not normally found. Of recent, they have become major cause of nosocomial infections, especially… Expand
Ureteric injuries following pelvic operations.
- V. Oboro, F. Dare, S. Fadiora, A. Aderounmu, M. Adeoti, A. M. Ajadi
- East African medical journal
- 11 January 2002
BACKGROUND Iatrogenic injuries to the ureter are hazardous complications of pelvic operations, causing severe morbidity and even mortality. OBJECTIVE To present our 10 years experience in the… Expand
Female genital mutilation: an analysis of 522 cases in South-Western Nigeria
- F. Dare, V. Oboro, S. Fadiora, E. Orji, A. O. Sule-Odu, T. Olabode
- Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the…
- 1 April 2004
This study was conducted at three teaching hospitals in South-Western Nigeria. Paturients were examined to find out if they had had female genital mutilation. Those who did were given a… Expand
Prevalence of Syphilis among Pregnant Women in Two Health Care Facilities in South Western Nigeria
Aims: The prevalence of syphilis has been reported to be on the increase worldwide as a result of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Maternal syphilis puts the fetus at risk of congenital syphilis with the… Expand
Generalised Burkitt's lymphoma involving both breasts--a case report.
- S. Fadiora, V. O. Mabayoje, A. O. A. Aderoumu, M. Adeoti, S. Olatoke, A. Oguntola
- West African journal of medicine
- 12 January 2006
BACKGROUND Burkitt's lymphoma is a disease of children age ranging 8-10 years. Lymphoma involving the breast is an unusual clinical entity, which is rarely distinguished preoperatively from other… Expand
Cryptorchidism in a local population in Nigeria.
- M. Adeoti, S. Fadiora, A. Oguntola, A. Aderounmu, D. A. Laosebikan, O. O. Adejumobi
- West African journal of medicine
OBJECTIVE To screen for undescended testis, retractile testis and other anomaly of the external genitalia in randomly selected Nursery/Primary schools in Osogbo, Nigeria. DESIGN A prospective study… Expand
Identification of ASAH1 as a susceptibility gene for familial keloids.
- R. L. Santos-Cortez, Y. Hu, +12 authors E. Reichenberger
- Biology, Medicine
- European journal of human genetics : EJHG
- 26 July 2017
Keloids result from abnormal proliferative scar formation with scar tissue expanding beyond the margin of the original wound and are mostly found in individuals of sub-Saharan African descent. The… Expand
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of the educated and non-educated women to cancer of the breast in semi-urban and rural areas of SouthWest, Nigeria.
- A. Aderounmu, B. Egbewale, +5 authors O. Akanbi
- The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal
- 1 September 2006
OBJECTIVES That women with cancer of the breast seek medical help late is a common occurrence in developing countries. We decided to see if education and environment play any role in this and in… Expand