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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Ascorbic acid Treatment elevates FSH and Testosterone plasma levels and enhances sperm quality in Albino wistar rats
2.  Cost-effectiveness of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy in a poor resource setting: the Okada, Nigeria experience
3.  THE PREDICTORS OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH EPILEPSY AS SEEN IN A NIGERIAN TERTIARY HEALTH INSTITUTION
4.  Effect of olive oil massage on weight gain in preterm infants: A randomized controlled clinical trial
5.  PLASMA LEVELS OF INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES IN ADULT NIGERIANS WITH THE METABOLIC SYNDROME
6.  Psychosocial needs of families of intensive care patients: perceptions of ICU nurses and families
7.  : Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome among HIV infected Patients in Ghana: A cross-sectional study
8.  POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS FROM PRIMARY REPAIR OF CLEFT LIP AND PALATE IN A SEMI–URBAN NIGERIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL
9.  Effects of Adenotonsillar Hypertrophy Corrective Surgery on Nocturnal Enuresis of Children
10.  Quality of life among HIV-1 infected and HIV-1/HCV co-infected individuals in Iranian Patients
11.  Assessment of maternal risk factors associated with low birth weight neonates at tertiary hospital, Nanded, Maharashtra
12.  Management of ovarian cysts with percutaneous aspiration and methotrexate injection
13.  AN ASSESSMENT OF HAND HYGIENE PRACTICES OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS OF A SEMI-URBAN TEACHING HOSPITAL USING THE FIVE MOMENTS OF HAND HYGIENE.
14.  Effect of current glycaemic control on qualitative body composition in sedentary ambulatory type 2 diabetics
15.  An assessment of serum prolactin levels among infertile women with galactorrhoea attending a gynaecological clinic North-west Nigeria
16.  Pedometer-Determined Physical Activity Profile of Healthcare Professionals in a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital
CASE REPORT
1.  Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome in a spontaneous pregnancy; A potential for missed-diagnosis.


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