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This retrospective review of the case records was designed to determine the relationship between previous caesarean section and subsequent development of placenta praevia and placenta praevia with accreta. All women delivered with the diagnosis of placenta praevia at Princess Badeea Teaching...
Four cases are presented here of patients who had total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingooophorectomy for severe endometriosis. All were eventually placed on unopposed oestrogen replacement therapy, two immediately and the other two after a few months. All subsequently developed...
Seventy cases of placental abruption were studied. These occurred in 12,800 deliveries, an incidence of 4.8 per 1000. There were more female infants (34-56%) compared with males (27-44%). Sixteen infants were stillborn and one baby died in the neonatal period. Thirteen of the perinatal deaths...
The lactate-pyruvate (L/P) ratio was used for assessment of anaerobic metabolism, hypoxia or oxygen debt in uterine contractile muscle during labour and immediately after parturition. The mean blood lactate level was significantly higher in mothers with twin pregnancies (P<0.001) than in...
Malignant mixed mesodermal tumours of the ovary have been described together with a literature review. The characteristic histological pictures of the various representative tissue elements have been demonstrated and patients characteristics analysed in detail. This confirms the classical...
Female genital mutilation is a cultural practice that can adversely affect the health of women. Vulval complications of female circumcision in 39 patients managed at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria over a period of 10 years were reviewed. The complications were: labial adhesions...
We set out to assess the success rate and complications of the modified Aldridge sling for genuine stress incontinence (GSI). This was a retrospective study involving 50 women with urodynamically proven GSI who underwent the above procedure at a tertiary referral teaching hospital in Birmingham....
There is paucity of information and research on childhood sexuality and child sexual abuse in Nigeria. This low level of information may not be unconnected with the fact that generally discussions on sexual matters still remain a taboo in our culture. It is almost abominable to discuss sex with...
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