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November 2018 | Vol  21 | Issue  11     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
Original Article
A comparative study of gloved versus ungloved merocel® as nasal pack after septoplasty
J Kaur, M Singh, I Kaur, A Singh, S Goyal
Introduction: Septoplasty or septal reconstruction is a corrective surgical procedure performed to straighten the nasal septum. It may be associated with numerous complications. To minimize t...
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Original Article
The economic burden of malignant and premalignant hematological diseases in Southern Nigeria
KI Korubo, HC Okoye, CC Efobi
Background: Hematological malignancies are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality. They constitute an economic burden for the patients, their relatives, and the society because of the...
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Evaluation of normal tibial tubercle to trochlear groove distance in adult Turkish population
A Ortug, T Ormeci, N Yuzbasioglu, S Albay, M Seker
Purpose: Many studies have confirmed the significance of tibial tuberosity-trochlear groove (TTTG) distance measurement for the preoperative assessment of tibial tubercle osteotomy and refixa...
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The relationship between fatigue and breastfeeding self-efficacy
S Fata, SU Atan
Background: Postpartum fatigue appears in the early weeks and after childbirth has a clear impact on maternal functioning and breastfeeding. Aim: This study aimed to examine the relati...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

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