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Manual of Practical Histology

By Obikili, E N, and Nwosu, Eo

Manual of Practical Histology

Published: 03/02/2006

Size: 915.77KB

From the Heart

By Obikili, E N

From the Heart

Published: 02/02/2010

Size: 1.34MB

Socio-economic Inequalities in Household Expenditures to Prevent and Treat Endemic Tropical Diseases in Southeast Nigeria

By Nwobi, E.a., Uzochukwwu,, et al

Socio-economic Inequalities in Household Expenditures to Prevent and Treat Endemic Tropical Diseases in Southeast Nigeria

Tags: Inequalities, Equity, Tropical Diseases, Costs, SES

Size: 3.00MB

Households’ Perceptions and Prioritization of Tropical Endemic Diseases in Nigeria: Implications for Priority Setting for Resource Allocation

By Nwobi, E.a., Uzochukwwu, S.c. Benjamin, et al

Households’ Perceptions and Prioritization of Tropical Endemic Diseases in Nigeria: Implications for Priority Setting for Resource Allocation

Published: 12/02/2007

Size: 3.08MB

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness in Nigeria: Does Short-Term Training of Health Workers Improve their Performance?

By Nwobi, E.a., Uzochukwu, B.s.c., Onwujekwe O.e., et al

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness in Nigeria: Does Short-Term Training of Health Workers Improve their Performance?

Published: 21/12/2007

Size: 700.09KB

Human Paragonimiasis in Enugu, South Eastern Nigeria: A Case Report

By Nwobi, E.a., and Ozumba, N.

Human Paragonimiasis in Enugu, South Eastern Nigeria: A Case Report

Published: 12/04/2005

Size: 127.41KB

Screening for Cancer of Breast and Cervix

By Dr Obianyo, N.e.n

The human body is made up of cells. These cells are all under strict
controls as to their growth, multiplication and function. For some
reasons known and unknown, some cells become rebellious and get out
of control. They multiply and grow without restraint. They even migrate,
invade, and destroy other cells and eventually cause death. These lawless
cells are cancer cells

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: human body, cells, growth, multiplication and function, cancer.

Size: 1.85MB

Family Violence - Wife Beating, Husband Nagging, Child Battering

By Dr Obianyo, N.e.n

The Medical Women International Association (MIA) was founded-in New York City in 1919, with its headquarters in Vienna, Austria. The premier aim of the MWIA is to expand the role of women in the achievement and maintenance of health throughout the world. The motto is "Matris Animo Curant" meaning "Caring with the love of a mother". Nigeria is one of some hundred member countries of MWIA.

Published: 19/09/1986

Tags: Family Violence, Wife Beating, Husband Nagging, Child Battering

Size: 0.98MB

Screening for Cancer of Breast and Cervix

By Dr Obianyo, N.e.n

Cancer occurs in men, women and children. Statistics show that cancer
of the female breast is the commonest of all forms of cancer. In Nigerian
women, cancer of the cervix stands second to the breast. Breast and
cervical cancer are common world-wide but the incidence of death from
these cancers is higher in Nigeria and other developing countries than in
USA and UK. Screening has been used in the latter countries to drastically
reduce the death rate from breast and cervical cancer. Screening detects the early stage of cancer, the pre-invasive stage, the symptom-frte stage, the carcinoma-in-situ, the curable stage of cancer. The reason why cancer is dreadful is because treatment is usually started when it is too late. This booklet outlines some basic facts and illustrates the screening procedures for breast and cervical cancer. It is designed for all. For the non-readqs there are numerous illustrations which are selfexplanatory. For the readers the facts are simplified and made easy to understand. For the medical persons, the booklet is a simple reminder of basic facts and procedures.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Screening for Cancer of Breast and Cervix

Size: 1.85MB

Survey of the Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Nigerian Surgery Trainees to HIV-infected Persons and AIDS Patient

By Ezeome, E.r., Adebamowo C.a., et al

The incidehe blood and body fluids of patientsnce of HIV Infection and AIDS is rising in NIgeria. Surgeons are at risk of occupationally acquired infection as a result of intimate contact with t

Published: 04/08/2002

Tags: AIDS, HIV, Surgery, Residents, Nigeria

Size: 1.01MB

Changing Clinicopathological Profile of Intussusception in Nigeria – A 20 – Year Review

By Ezeome, E.r., Adebamowo C.a; Akang, E.e.u, Labeeodan O.a., et al

Changing Clinicopathological Profile of Intussusception in Nigeria – A 20 – Year Review background aims: Intrussuception was a common cause of intestinal obstruction at the university college Hospital, Ibadan

Published: 02/07/2000

Tags: Intussusception; Ceco-cecal; Ileo-colic

Size: 455.34KB

Screening for Cancer of Breast and Cervix

By Dr Obianyo, N.e.n

Cancer occurs in men, women and children. Statistics show that cancer
of the female breast is the commonest of all forms of cancer. In Nigerian
women, cancer of the cervix stands second to the breast. Breast and
cervical cancer are common world-wide but the incidence of death from
these cancers is higher in Nigeria and other developing countries than in
USA and UK. Screening has been used in the latter countries to drastically
reduce the death rate from breast and cervical cancer. Screening detects the early stage of cancer, the pre-invasive stage, the symptom-frte stage, the carcinoma-in-situ, the curable stage of cancer. The reason why cancer is dreadful is because treatment is usually started when it is too late. This booklet outlines some basic facts and illustrates the screening procedures for breast and cervical cancer. It is designed for all. For the non-readqs there are numerous illustrations which are selfexplanatory. For the readers the facts are simplified and made easy to understand. For the medical persons, the booklet is a simple reminder of basic facts and procedures.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Screening for Cancer of Breast and Cervix

Size: 1.57MB

Epidemiological Research A Practical Approach for the Medical &Nursing Sciences

By Akpala, C.o

Epidemiological research involves an application of the basic knowledge from three distinct subjects namely: Epidemiology, Bio-statistics and scientific Research methodology.

Published: 01/01/1994

Tags: Epidemiological, Research, Practical, Medical &Nursing Sciences

Size: 6.74MB