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July 2018 | Vol  21 | Issue  7     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
Fracture resistance and failure modes of lithium disilicate or composite endocrowns
M Altier, F Erol, G Yildirim, EE Dalkilic
Purpose: The aim of this study was to determine the fracture strength of endocrowns made of lithium disilicate ceramic and two different indirect resin composites. Materials and Methods:
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Phlebitis-related peripheral venous catheterization and the associated risk factors
S Atay, S Sen, D Cukurlu
Background and Aim: Development of phlebitis is a painful and common complication in the application of peripheral intravenous catheter (PIC). This is a prospective observational study perfor...
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Cultural perceptions influencing obstetric complications among women in Kaduna, Northwestern Nigeria
R Abubakar, S Yohanna, H Zubairu
Background: Maternal mortality remains a public health challenge despite the global progress made toward its reduction. Cultural beliefs and traditional practices contribute to delays and poo...
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Variations of renal vascular anatomy in a nigerian population: A computerized tomography studys
OC Famurewa, CM Asaleye, BO Ibitoye, OO Ayoola, AS Aderibigbe, TA Badmus
Background: A broad spectrum of renal vascular variations has been reported by anatomists and radiologists. The prevalence of these variations is extremely divergent in different populations....
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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