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Malignant childhood solid tumours in Benin City, Nigeria.
BACKGROUND Tumours are uncommon in childhood; malignancies are even more uncommon. Yet malignancies are among the leading causes of childhood death in many parts of the world. The pattern of these… Expand
Sexual Assaults in Benin City, Nigeria -
ABTRACT Background: Sexual offences differ from society to society. In Nigeria, the major sexual offences defined by law are rape, defilement and unnatural offences, however these are often… Expand
Breast tumours of adolescents in an African population.
BACKGROUND Tumours of the breast are uncommon in childhood and adolescence. Patients in this age group often require a different approach to diagnosis and treatment. The purpose of this study is to… Expand
Study of natural causes of death in medicolegal autopsies seen in University of Benin Teaching Hospital.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To provide a comprehensive report on the various causes of natural death in our centre and consider its implication for prevention. MATERIALS AND METHODS A descriptive cross… Expand
Medicolegal analysis of sexual assault victims in Benin, Nigeria
Aim: The aim of this study, done in a police clinic, was to understand sexual assault (SA) victim characteristics. Subjects and Methods: All SA cases seen at the Police Clinic, Benin City, Edo State,… Expand
Fatal gunshot injuries in Benin City, Nigeria
An upsurge in gun violence in recent times in our environment necessitated this study, which aims to document the patterns of fatal gunshot injuries with the hope of finding a solution to this… Expand
A 20 year retrospective analysis of medicolegal deaths in a tertiary hospital setting in Nigeria.
OBJECTIVE To determine and classify the various types of medicolegal deaths as seen at University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Benin City, Nigeria. MATERIALS AND METHODS This is a… Expand
The Attitudes of the Police towards Persons with Mental Illness: A Cross-sectional Study from Benin City, Nigeria
In developing countries, the police are often required to intervene in matters relating to the mentally ill. They also constitute an important point in pathways to care. Negative attitudes towards… Expand
Frequency of distribution of oestrogen and progesterone receptors positivities in breast cancer cases in Benin-City, Nigeria.
- E. Ugiagbe, D. Obaseki, A. Oluwasola, A. Olu-Eddo, W. Akhiwu
- The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal
- 1 March 2012
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of oestrogen and progesterone receptors positivities among histologically diagnosed breast cancer cases at the University of… Expand