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June 2005
Volume 8 | Issue 1
Page Nos. 1-64

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Drug treatment of common childhood symptoms in Nnewi : what mothers do? p. 1
CC Ezechukwu, I Egbuonu, JO Chukwuka
PMID:16392447
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Tuberculin reaction among healthy BCG vaccinated primary school, children in Nnewi, south eastern Nigeria p. 4
CC Ifezulike, CC Ezechukwu, I Egbonu, JO Chukwuka
PMID:16392448
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Carcinoma of the gallbladder at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital--a 5-year retrospective study p. 10
GU Chianakwana, PI Okafor, SN Anyanwu
PMID:16392449
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Mortality patterns in the accident and emergency department of an urban hospital in Nigeria p. 14
AU Ekere, BE Yellowe, S Umune
PMID:16392450
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Knowledge and attitudes of terminally ill patients and their family to palliative care and hospice services in Nigeria p. 19
A Adenipekun, A Onibokun, TN Elumelu, OA Soyannwo
PMID:16392451
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Co-morbid psychiatric disorders in Nigerian patients suffering temporomandibular joint pain and dysfunction p. 23
BD Saheeb, AN Otakpor
PMID:16392452
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A review of the choice of therapy in primary open angle glaucoma p. 29
AE Omoti
PMID:16392453
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Epidemiological risk factors for breast cancer--a review p. 35
MN Okobia, CH Bunker
PMID:16392454
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Term abdominal pregnancy misdiagnosed as abruptio placenta p. 43
JI Ikechebelu, DN Onwusulu, CN Chukwugbo
PMID:16392455
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Conservative management of third trimester cervical spinal cord injury using Gardner-Wells tongs traction p. 46
AO Malomo, JC Emejulu, AA Odukogbe, WA Shokunnbi, MT Shokunbi
PMID:16392456
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The use of herbal products in dementia : experience of Kippo in four Nigerians p. 51
R Uwakwe, F Olebuezie
PMID:16392457
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Radiologic management of impacted coin in the oesophagus--a case report p. 56
IJ Okoye, AO Imo, V Okwulehie
PMID:16392458
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Incomplete uterine rupture, following blunt trauma to the abdomen : a case report p. 60
CA Enakpene, OA Ayinde, AO Omigbodun
PMID:16392459
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Acute breathlessness as a presenting feature of gastroesophageal reflux disease--case report p. 63
A Akere, JA Otegbayo
PMID:16392460
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