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Penile protrusion with hemorrhages and prepucial inflamation in pigs experimentally infected with T. Congolense
The course of experimental Trypanosoma congolense infection in local domestic pigs was examined. Fifteen (n=15) locally bread domestic, mixed sex pigs were experimentally infected with T. congolenseExpand
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Bursal body Weight ratio and Histopathological changes in commercial chicks Vaccinated with a live and two killed Infectious bursal disease vaccines
Author’s Name : M.T. Angani 1 , P.A Abdu 2 , L. Sa’idu 3 Abstract: This study was conducted to compare the bursal body weight ratio and histopathological changes in commercial chicks vaccinated withExpand
Prevalence of Oesophageal Varices in Newly Diagnosed Chronic Liver Disease Patients at The Jos University Teaching Hospital , Jos
Chronic liver disease (CLD) is a world wide 1 medical problem. It is the third leading cause of death after cancer and cardiovascular disease among people aged 25-65 years in the United 2, 3 StatesExpand
Utilization Of Digital Information Resources For Academic Development In School Of Health Information Management Zaria
Digitalization of information has made access to medical science records and information easy and fast. Therefore, the need for developing skills, knowledge and understanding in the use of electronicExpand
TAXONOMIC DELIMITATION OF SPECIES OF Senna AND Cassia IN AHMADU BELLO
The foliar epidermal characters of species of Senna and Cassia were studied in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in search for useful taxonomic characters; these include Senna alata (L.) Roxb., S.Expand
On Analysis of the Behrens-Fisher Problem Based on Bayesian Evidence
In this paper we have demonstrated the ability of the new Bayesian measure of evidence of Yin (2012, Computational Statistics, 27: 237-249) to solve both the Behrens-Fisher problem and Lindley'sExpand
Utilization of Mobile Technology for Knowledge Update among Nurses in Primary and Secondary Healthcare Settings in Osun State , Nigeria
In spite of the need to continuously update their knowledge, Nigerian nurses face numerous challenges in updating their knowledge. These challenges notwithstanding, the nurses still have aExpand
Detection of Rabies Antigen in the Saliva and Brains of Apparently Healthy Dogs Slaughtered for Human Consumption in Abia State Nigeria and its Public Health Implication.
Author’s Name: 1 Mshelbwala, P.P., 1 Ogunkoya, A.B., 2 Maikai, B.V. , 3 Nlebedum, UC and 1 Abdullahi, S.U Abstract: Apparently healthy dogs could excrete rabies virus in their saliva for long periodExpand
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