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LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Chikungunya virus-associated arthralgia could have been misdiagnosed by healthcare providers in Nigeria
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  MILD HEAD INJURY: CRITERIA FOR COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN.
2.  Bacterial pathogens and their antibiotic susceptibility pattern in intensive care units of the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
3.  Presentation and Perinatal outcome following umbilical cord prolapse in Ilorin.
4.  Nutritional Status of schoolchildren in Jos East Local Government Area of Plateau State, North Central Nigeria
5.  Co-infection of malaria and intestinal parasites among pregnant women in Edo State, Nigeria
6.  Trends in mandibular fractures: A comparison of two cohorts of patients in the same institution ten years apart.
7.  Costs of management of injuries in emergency room patients in Ilorin
8.  Patients’ Perception of Quality of Services of the Haematology Laboratory in Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital Zaria, Northwest Nigeria
9.  Sex, Contraception and Unwanted Pregnancy – Experiences of Rural youths in Southwest Nigeria
10.  A Comparative Study of Nutritional Status of Adolescents from Selected Private and Government Boarding Secondary Schools in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria
11.  Gametocytocidal Clearance by Artemether-Lumefantrine versus Artesunate-Amodiaquine in North-Central Nigeria.
12.  Self medication among rural residents in Lagos, Nigeria
13.  COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN PEDESTRIANS WITH HEAD TRAUMA IN A NIGERIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL
CASE REPORT
1.  ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF IMPALEMENT THORACO-ABDOMINAL INJURY FOLLOWING FALL FROM HEIGHT IN RESOURCE-POOR SETTING: CASE REPORT
2.  PYOPERICARDIUM - FATAL PRESENTATION – A Case Report
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Pattern and outcome of tetanus in a tertiary Health facility in North West Nigeria.


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