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Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal

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2002| January-March  | Volume 9 | Issue 1  

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The lactate dehydrogenases in malignant and non-malignant diseases p. 1
OO Oladipo, MO Ajala, OA Afonja
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Carriage rate of hepatitis-B surface antigen (HBsAg) in an urban community in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. p. 7
ND Sirisena, MO Njoku, JA Idoko, E Isamade, C Barau, D Jelpe, A Zamani, S Otowo
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Anaesthesia as a career--the influence of undergraduate education in a Nigerian Medical School. p. 11
AF Faponle
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Episiotomies in Nigeria--should their use be restricted? p. 13
ER Ola, O Bello, OO Abudu, RI Anorlu
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Voluntary health workers' knowledge, attitude and practices regarding record keeping in Akinyele LGA of Oyo State, Nigeria p. 17
US Umar, EA Olumide, SB Bawa
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A pathological review of intracranial tumours seen at the University College Hospital, Ibadan between 1980 and 1990. p. 23
BJ Olasode
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Landau-Kleffner syndrome (acquired epileptic aphasia) in a Nigerian child p. 29
OF Aina, O Morakinyo
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Intralingual foregut duplication cyst: A case report p. 32
EA Ameh, P Mshelbwala
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Side-effects of drugs used in directly observed treatment short-course in newly diagnosed pulmonary tuberculosis subjects in Nigerians: A controlled clinical study p. 34
EA Dosumu
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Fatal head injuries: The Lagos University Teaching Hospital experience (1993-1997). p. 38
SO Elesha, AO Daramola
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Evaluation of a locally-made urease test for detecting Helicobacter pylori infection. p. 43
AA Adesanya, IO Oluwatowoju, KS Oyedeji, JT da Rocha-Afodu, AO Coker, OA Afonja
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