V. O. Mabayoje

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This prospective study of parturients at a tertiary health institution in south-western Nigeria aims to identify the incidence, severity and obstetric factors predisposing to feto - maternal haemorrhage (FMH) in our population. The exclusion criteria were haemoglobinopathy and patient's refusal of consent to participate in the study. The prepared slide was(More)
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 more common forms of breast cancer. The Management differs from the more typical adenocarcinoma of the breast in that the emphasis is on systemic therapy. CASE(More)
PURPOSE To characterize the prevalence of hemolytic Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) with a multidrug-resistant pattern in different age groups in Abeokuta, Nigeria. METHODS Nonrepetitive E. coli isolates were collected from 202 subjects with or without evidence of diarrhea. Each isolate was biochemically identified and antimicrobial(More)
By analysing data randomly collected via administration of questionnaire by interview of individuals on sexual risk behaviour to 628 young people living in Osogbo, Nigeria, the results of the questionnaire revealed that the mean age of first sexual encounter was 17.4 years for men and 16.5 years for women. Men tended to have multiple sexual partners more(More)
Records of voluntary and remunerative blood donors bled at the OAUTHC, Ile-Ife, Nigeria between January 1993 and December 2000 were reviewed for HIV sero-positivity. With a structured questionnaire, and over a period of 2 months, the attitudes and awareness of some of the donors of HIV/AIDS epidemic in the country were also assessed. Of the 16,080 units of(More)
BACKGROUND To investigate the prevalence and pattern of bone marrow involvement and its effects on the peripheral blood counts of malignant lymphoma patients. METHODS A prospective study of patients with histologically confirmed malignant lymphomas that presented from January 1994 to December, 1999 at the Department of Haematology, Obafemi Awolowo(More)
Human immunodeficiency virus-positive individuals are at increased risk of both asymptomatic and symptomatic urinary tract infections. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria (ASB) in HIV-positive individuals, its associated factors including any correlation with the CD4 count of the patient, and the antibiotic(More)
BACKGROUND Efforts to curb the spread of HIV transmission through transfusion of blood and its products is still a problem because of challenge in countries using antibody-based rapid methods to detect infection during window period. Transmission of HIV through infected blood and its products accounts for approximately 10% in African region. METHODS This(More)
A cohort of 70, HIV-1 and HIV-2 seronegative medical students were followed up for 30 months, after which 65 were retested for HIV antibody. None of the students was infected by HIV during the period of study. A questionnaire survey carried out showed that all the students had a very good knowledge of HIV, its mode of transmission, control and prevention.(More)