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May-August 2021| Vol 26| Issue 2

Review Article

Exploring the resourcefulness of an underutilized modality: Conventional ductography

Ductography (DG), also called galactography, is an important imaging diagnostic tool for evaluating patients with suspicious nipple discharge (SND). It is practical and cost-effective yet it is heavil...

Original Articles

Regressional analysis of the patella parameters of male cadaveric knees found among South East Nigerians: A useful guide to patella replacement during total knee replacement

Background: Total knee replacement (TKR) is a viable option for the management of osteoarthritis, and it has proven to be both effective and successful. Optimization of the patellofemoral joint...

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Impact of health interventions on the knowledge, perception, attitude, and misconception of HIV infection in an African rural community

Background: Adequate knowledge of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), its modes of transmission, and methods of prevention can facilitate its prevention and control among any people. This study...

Original Articles

Nigerian radiographers and non-accidental injury in children

Background: It is not uncommon to hit children in Nigeria, hence there is an increased possibility of encountering children with non-accidental injury (NAI). Radiographers are one of the first-...

Original Articles

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on orthopedic practice in Nigeria

Background: COVID-19 pandemic is a global emerging viral disease caused by SARS- COV-2, 2019. It is a respiratory disease first reported in China in December 2019. It impacts on global health, ...

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Print: Awaited, Online: 2667-2537

International Journal of Medicine and Health Development, a publication of College of Medicine, University of Nigeria Ituku-Ozalla, is a peer-reviewed online 3 Issues journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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  • Higher impact
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