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July-December 2009
Volume 14 | Issue 2
Page Nos. 1-93

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EDITORIAL COMMENTARY  

In memory of a dedicated editor-in-chief p. 1
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The prevalence of microalbuminuria in type 2 diabetic patients in Enugu metropolis p. 2
IS I Ogbu, CP Iheanacho, EN Ofoegbu
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Prognostic value of admission plasma glucose in non-diabetic Nigerians with stroke p. 9
BA Ezeala-Adikaibe, MC Nwosu, II Ulasi
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Evaluation of serum iron status of lactating mothers on exclusive breastfeeding in Enugu, South East Nigeria p. 15
FE Ejezie, UI Nwagha, JE Ikekpeazu, IC Maduka, E Neboh, DC Nwachukwu, TU Nwagha
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The prevalence and socio-demographic characteristics of persons with TB and TB/HIV co-infection at the chest clinic of the University of Nigeria teaching hospital, Enugu, Nigeria p. 22
OC Ekwueme, UE Ezeoke, U Mgbeokwere
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Stroke pattern in Enugu. A study of CT images in South East Nigeria. A preliminary report p. 29
BA Ezeala-Adikaibe, SC Ohaegbulam, MC Chikani, J Amuta, H Uloh
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HIV/AIDS risk perceptions and safe practices among youths in Enugu metropolis, South East Nigeria p. 35
SU Arinze-Onyia, EN Aguwa, AC Ndu
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Perception, attitude and practice of voluntary counseling and testing for HIV/AIDS among undergraduates in a Nigerian University p. 42
UE Ezeoke
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The pattern of surgical admissions in University of Nigeria teaching hospital Enugu, Nigeria: 1997 – 1999 p. 49
A Ndu, BS C Uzochukwu, EN Aguwa
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Measuring patient satisfaction with anaesthesia care in Enugu: a preliminary study p. 55
FA Onyekwulu, AD G Nwosu
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Gonial angle values in 12 to 15 year – old Nigerians p. 60
N Folaranmi
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Knowledge about malaria and treatment modalities among residents of Enugu urban, Nigeria p. 66
OC Ekwueme, RC Anakwue, FN Chukwuneke
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Epidemiology of breast lesions in eastern Nigeria. A 10- year descriptive retrospective review p. 76
MA Nzegwu
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Heat stress and the role of protective clothing in military service p. 82
R Tamas
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Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis in a Nigerian adolescent with congenital solitary kidney: Unraveling the cause of mortality p. 85
HU Okafor, SN Uwaezoke, OC Okafor
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Recurrent angio-oedema involving the upper and lower lips - A case report p. 89
E Ndiokwelu, EA Akaji, J Ahiarakwem
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A collective from medical interview records written by various paramedics, emergency room receptionists, and (probably) a doctor or two at major hospitals! p. 93
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