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Prevalence of intestinal parasites among HIV/AIDS patients attending Infectious Disease Hospital Kano, Nigeria

Ebenezer Feyisayo Jegede, Esther Tinuade Ibijoke Oyeyi, ArmaYau Hamisu Bichi, Henry Akwen Mbah, Kwasi Torpey

Intestinal parasitic infection has been a major source of morbidity in tropical countries especially among HIV patients. The aim of this study was to determine prevalence of intestinal parasites and its association with immunological status and risk factors among HIV infected patients in Kano, Nige ...

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Medical trainees’ experiences and perceptions towards elective period; a cross sectional study

Henry Nyongesa, Winstar Mokua, Jacob Adegu

Medical electives make significant contribution in the training of medical students on healthcare outside their affiliated academic institutions. During this period, learners get exposed to different healthcare systems, diagnostic, medical and surgical techniques as well as appreciate existing chal ...

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Yellow card or red card: airport tribulations and new developments on yellow fever vaccination

Raoul Kamadjeu - 26 January 2014

I have had my own share of scares over the yellow card; forgotten, misplaced, expired. Some of my fellow travelers had it worst; I recently bumped into a colleague at an airport transit terminal; he was on his way back home after being refused access to a country where he was invited for a conference on the reason of expired YF vaccination. The good news is that similar travelers´ miseries may soon be something of the past. On May 2013, a review of the WHO´s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE) concluding that a single dose of YF vaccination was sufficient to confer life-long immunity against YF disease was made public... Continue...
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Diagnostic tardif d’une hyperoxalurie primitive au stade d’insuffisance rénale chronique terminale avec hypoparathyroïdie sévère

Zineb El Ghali, Zineb Ait Lahcen, Wafaa Fadili, Abderrahim Idrissi Kaitouni, Mohamed Hakkou, Abderrachid Hamdaoui, Inass Laouad

L’hyperoxalurie primitive est une anomalie métabolique congénitale rare caractérisée par un excès de production avec accumulation d’oxalate secondaire à un d&..
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Le carcinome verruqueux de la vulve : à propos de quatre cas
Majdouline Boujoual, Hafid Hachi, Mouna Rimani, Basma El khannoussi, Abdesslam Bougtab
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 303, 21 April 2014
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Prospective assessment of the risk of obstructive sleep apnea in patients attending a tertiary health facility in Sub-Saharan Africa
Obianuju Beatrice Ozoh, Njideka Ulunma Okubadejo, Ayesha Omolara Akinkugbe, Oluwadamilola Omolara Ojo, Chinyere Nkiru Asoegwu, Casmir Amadi, Ifedayo Odeniyi, Amam Chinyere Mbakwem
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 302, 21 April 2014
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Seroprevalence of human T lymphotropic virus antibodies among healthy blood donors at a tertiary centre in Lagos, Nigeria
Idris Durojaiye, Akinsegun Akinbami, Adedoyin Dosunmu, Sarah Ajibola, Adewumi Adediran, Ebele Uche, Olajumoke Oshinaike, Majeed Odesanya, Akinola Dada, Olaitan Okunoye
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 301, 21 April 2014
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Women empowerment and practices regarding use of dual protection among family planning clients in urban Zimbabwe
Jesca Mutowo, Christine Mary Kasu, Esther Mufunda
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 300, 20 April 2014
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Waiting times before dental care under general anesthesia in children with special needs in the Children's Hospital of Casablanca
Bouchra Badre, Zineb Serhier, Samira El Arabi
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 298, 20 April 2014
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Prevalence of intestinal parasites among HIV/AIDS patients attending Infectious Disease Hospital Kano, Nigeria
Ebenezer Feyisayo Jegede, Esther Tinuade Ibijoke Oyeyi, ArmaYau Hamisu Bichi, Henry Akwen Mbah, Kwasi Torpey
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 295, 18 April 2014
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Medical trainees’ experiences and perceptions towards elective period; a cross sectional study
Henry Nyongesa, Winstar Mokua, Jacob Adegu
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 290, 16 April 2014
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Assessing the methods needed for improved dengue mapping: a SWOT analysis
David Frost Attaway, Kathryn H Jacobsen, Allan Falconer, Germana Manca, Nigel M Waters
Pan African Medical Journal 17, 289, 16 April 2014
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