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Hepatoma in Pregnancy

By Mgbor, Samuel O., and Ozoh, J. O.

Hepatoma in Pregnancy

Published: 04/12/1991

Tags: Hepatoma; Pregnancy Nigeria

Size: 236.50KB

Sonographic Features Associated with Vaginal Bleeding in Early Pregnancy

By Mgbor, Samuel O., Onah, H. E., et al

Sonographic Features Associated with Vaginal Bleeding in Early Pregnancy

Published: 12/07/2005

Tags: Clinical diagnosis, abortion, grossly inaccurate.

Size: 203.05KB

Establishment of Normal prostate Sizes Within Age Groups in South East Nigerians

By Mgbor, Samuel O., Anyanwu, F. C., et al

Establishment of Normal prostate Sizes Within Age Groups in South East Nigerians

Published: 06/08/2004

Tags: Porstate Size, Ultrasound

Size: 122.17KB

A water quality study of Ulasi river at selected locations

By C. C. Mbajiorgu

A water quality study of Ulasi river at selected locations

Published: 07/08/2003

Tags: Ulasi River, Water Quality, WHO.

Size: 158.88KB

Evolving The Right Base Education for Poverty Reduction Through The National Open University In Nigeria: The Millennium Development Goals Focus

By Mbagwu, F.o., and Ekwelum, V.o.

Evolving The Right Base Education for Poverty Reduction Through The National Open University In Nigeria: The Millennium Development Goals Focus

Published: 08/07/2018

Size: 491.48KB

The National Economic Council and Presidential System Of Government In Nigeria

By Chief (dr) Alex Ekwueme Vice President Federal Republic Of Nigeria

The National Economic Council and Presidential System Of Government In Nigeria

Published: 30/11/-0001

Tags: lands,rubbers,mountain,climate,conditions,economically,people

Size: 8.94MB

Field Survey of Indigenous African Food Crops and Useful Plants Food Preparation from them and Home Gardens

By Mabah, B. N., Okeke, E.c., et al

Indigenous African food crops and useful plants, food preparation from them and home gardens survey was undertaken by a multidisciplinary team of a nutritionist, crop scientist and a taxonomist in the former Anambra and Benue sates in Nigeria using rapid rural appraisals following core tools, secondary data review, direct observation, interviews, validation and rapid reporting.

Published: 02/02/2008

Tags: Field survey, indigenous African food, useful plants, home gardens

Size: 1.15MB

DATA INTEGRATION FOR ORACLE

By Sap Business Objects

If you have implemented Oracle Applications to meet enterprise software needs or to collaborate with customers, suppliers, and partners, you likely face the challenge of integrating additional applications, databases, and legacy
systems across your enterprise – a daunting task under the best of circumstances. The complexity and resource intensiveness of integrating these systems is often underestimated and can result in escalating IT costs.

Published: 02/12/2018

Size: 249.77KB

Study of Selected Development Partners’ Strategies

By Karen Brit Feldberg, Roald Skaelv, et al

This report has been prepared by a team from LINS, the Centre for International Education at Oslo University College. LINS staff involved included Karen Brit Feldberg, Titus Tenga, Robert Smith and Roald Skoelv (LINS Centre Leader).
Sources of information have been mainly documentary or through the official websites of the organisations included in the survey. Some follow-up questions were put directly to staff of selected development agencies by telephone or face-to-face. However, it should be emphasised that the views expressed in this report remain those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the various agencies, including GTZ and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). LINS would like to thank the GTZ sector program on post-primary education and primarily the German
Ministry of Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ) for the opportunity to examine this important area of assistance to education in Southern Saharan Africa. We express the hope that our findings will prove useful to the future development cooperation in upper basic/lower secondary education in Africa.

Published: 02/12/2018

Size: 599.52KB

Journal of Comparative family Studies

By D.s. Obikeze

The extended family system is the prevailing made of family organization in most countries of Africa, and indeed of the third world countries in general. As contrasted with the nuclear family type, the extended family is structurally more complex and more varied.

Published: 02/12/2018

Size: 930.48KB

WNUMERATION OF MICRO-ORGANISMS OBTAINED FROM SOFT DRINKS STORED AND MARKETED IN RURAL AREAS OF NIGERIA.

By Olaitan Irene, and Oguike J.u

Soft-drinks belongs to the class of beverages which is consumed mainly for human thirst quenching and taste-bud. In 1940s there were different types of soft-drinks like lemonade, orange drink etc with civilization, other soft drinks sprang-up recently and these include cocoa-cola, seven-up, Reno, Gina, Olympic etc.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: soft-drinks, civilization, beverages, lemonade, orange drink, thirst quenching and taste-bud.

Size: 11.31MB

agricultural child labour in Nigeria: A case study of Anambra state

By Dr, D..s. Obikeze

child work may be exploitive and abusive or non-exploitative and societally approvable.

Published: 21/05/1986

Tags: child abuse and neglect in Africa

Size: 427.00KB

Gunshot Injuries in Enugu: The Challenges of our Time

By Nwankwo, O. E, Katchy, A. U., et al

Gunshot Injuries in Enugu: The Challenges of our Time

Published: 07/08/1999

Tags: Gunshot Injuries; Pattern; Treatment Outcome

Size: 642.62KB

Causes of Gas Gangrene Seen at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu, Nigeria

By Nwankwo, O. E

Causes of Gas Gangrene Seen at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu, Nigeria

Published: 06/07/2008

Size: 616.84KB

Gas Gangrene at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH),Enugu, Nigeria

By Nwankwo, O. E

Gas Gangrene at University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH),Enugu, Nigeria

Published: 07/06/2006

Tags: Gas Gangrene, Extremity, Management, Outcome

Size: 226.42KB