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The prevalence of nasal diseases in Nigerian school children

  title={The prevalence of nasal diseases in Nigerian school children},
  author={Eziyi Josephine Adetinuola Eniola and A. Bola and Nwawolo Clement},
The aim of the study was to define the point prevalence of nasal diseases in primary school children in Ile – Ife and its suburbs located in the south western Nigeria. Six hundred (600) pupils were selected by a multi-staged stratified sampling technique from 10 government primary schools in IleIfe and suburbs using the Local Education Authority (LEA) list for common entrance code as the sampling frame. Pre-tested structured questionnaire was administered on each selected pupil with… Expand
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