University of Lagos repository: Recent submissions

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  • Malocclusion and Orthodontic treatment need of mentally handicapped children in Lagos, Nigeria. 

    Utomi, I.L.; Onyeaso, C.O. (The Pesquisa Brasileira em Odontopediatria e Clínica Integrada / Brazilian Research in Paediatric Dentistry and Integrated Clinic (PBOCI), 2009)
    Objective: To determine the prevalence of malocclusion andorthodontic treatment need in mentally handicapped children in Lagos, Nigeria using the DAI; and to assess whether the observed malocclusion is affected by age and ...
  • Reducing heat-load in buildings through the use of solar screens: Case study of bookshop house, Lagos 

    Adebamowo, M.; Godwin, J.; Oginni, A. (David Publishing Company, 2012)
    Abstract: Technology advancement has ensured a better means of livelihood essentially in certain parts of West Africa, specifically Nigeria, where the climate is predominantly hot in most parts throughout the year. ...
  • Orbito-ocular Lesions in Lagos 

    Anunobi, C C; Akinsola, F B; Abdulkareem, FB; Aribaba, O T; Nnoli, M A; Banjo, A A F (Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2008)
    Objective: we present a 10year retrospective clinicopathologic study of 135 cases of orbito-ocular lesions. The aim is to document pattern of orbito-ocular lesions, with their site, age and sex distribution. Materials ...
  • Colorectal Carcinoma Screening in Lagos, Nigeria, Are We Doing It Right? 

    Onyekwere, CA; Abdulkareem, FB; Ashindoitiang, J; Ogbera, A O (Gastroenterology Research, 2009)
    Background: Screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) has proven effective in reducing disease mortality and is also cost effective. Recent reports indicate that colorectal cancer is not uncommon and presents with advanced ...
  • TRENDS INACUTE EMERGENCYROOM HYPERTENSION RELATED DEATHS:ANAUTOPSYSTUDY 

    Mbakwem, AC; Oke, DA; Ajuluchukwu, JNA; Abdulkareem, FB; Ale, O; Odunlami, K (Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice, 2009)
    Introduction: Hypertension is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Paradigm shift and novel drugsthatgobeyondbloodpressurecontrolhavedebutedinthelastdecadegloballyandinNigeria. The study thereforeproposedto ...
  • Benign Fibrous Histiocytoma of a Metacarpal Bone 

    Onovo, O D; Eyesan, SU; Abdulkareem, FB (BMJ case reports, 2011)
    Benign fibrous histiocytoma (BFH) is a rare skeletal tumour. Its occurrence in the metacarpal bones is even rarer. The management in this location can be challenging, involving tumour resection and metacarpal reconstruction. ...
  • Signet ring carcinoma of the esophagogastric junction in a Nigerian man 

    Oluyemi, AO.; Abdulkareem, FB; Awolola, N A (International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, 2012)
    Globally, the majority of cancers of the esophagogastric junction are adenocarcinomas. Of the four histological subtypes, the signet ring carcinomas are rare. There is a dearth of reports of this relatively rare histological ...
  • HELICOBACTER PYLORI INFECTIONS AND GASTRIC CANCER: THE WEST AFRICAN EXPERIENCE 

    Abdulkareem, FB; Badmos, KB; Awolola, NA (Nigerian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2015)
    The prevalence of Helicobacter Pylori (Hp) in West Africa is high and infection occurs early in childhood but there are very few studies on association of Hp with GC. Despite the high prevalence of Hp, gastric cancer ...
  • Challenges in the Diagnosis and Management of Musculoskeletal Tumours in Nigeria 

    Ladejobi, A. O.; Abdulkareem, FB; Nnodu, O. E.; Obalum, D. C.; Eyesan, S. U. (International Orthopaedics, 2009)
    The management of musculoskeletal tumours is important because of the high mortality rates associated with the available treatment modalities. A 5-year prospective study of bone and soft-tissue tumours is presented, along ...
  • Counselling is Required in all Human Affairs 

    Olusakin, A.M (Sunday Champion, 2009-10-25)
    Everybody needs a Counsellor. Counselling is relevance in every sector of the economy of this nation. Right from the highest level of officers to the lowest, there would be issues that require appropriate and effective ...
  • Optimization of tensile properties of epoxy aluminum particulate composites using regression models 

    Bello, S.A.; Agunsoye, J.O.; Adebisi, J.A.; Adeyemo, R.G.; Hassan, S.B. (Journal of King Saud University – Science, 2018)
    Aluminum particles (sourced from aluminum can wastes) were incorporated into diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A (DGEBA) cured with 1,3-diethanamine benzene hardener. Phases occupying the infusible cross linked-developed ...
  • Cervical Cytology in an Urban Population in Lagos, Nigeria 

    Anorlu, R I; AbdulKareem, FB; Abudu, O O; Oyekan, T O (Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2003)
    Eight hundred and eighty-four consecutive women had cervical smears in a clinic in Lagos, Nigeria between September 1998 and 31 August 1999. Mean age was 36.6 - 11.6 years (range 16-81 years); 93.7% were first-time screening. ...
  • Wear Behaviour Of Low Alloy Grey Cast Iron (NF-GREY7): The Effect Of Ferrosilicon And Carbonised Coconut Shell Nanoparticle Addition 

    Agunsoye, J.O.; Bello, S.A.; Odunmosu, A.K. (Unilag Journal of Medicine, Science and Technology (UJMST), 2017)
    Effect of ferrosilicon and carbonised coconut shell nanoparticle additions on wear resistance of (NF-Grey 7) cast iron were studied. Alloys of (NF-Grey 7) cast iron were produced by a gradual increase in masses of the ...
  • Prognostic Factors in the Management Outcome of Carcinoma of the Larynx in Lagos 

    Somefun, O A; Nwawolo, C C; Okeowo, P A; Alabi, S B; AbdulKareem, FB; Banjo, A A; Elesha, S O (Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2003)
    This is a retrospective analysis on the prognostic factors in the management outcome of clinically and histologically diagnosed carcinoma of larynx seen in Lagos University Teaching Hospital between 1996-1999. Various ...
  • Histological Review of Thyroid Lesions: A 13-year Retrospective Study (1989-2001) 

    Abdulkareem, FB; Banjo, A A; Elesha, S O (Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2005)
    Objective: We present a 13-years retrospective histological study of 444 thyroidectomies received between 1989 and 2001 at the Morbid Anatomy department of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria. The aim of the ...
  • Challenges in the Diagnosis and Management of Musculoskeletal Tumours in Nigeria 

    Eyesan, S U; Obalum, D C; Nnodu, O E; Abdulkareem, FB; Ladejobi, A O (International Orthopaedics, 2009)
    The management of musculoskeletal tumours is important because of the high mortality rates associated with the available treatment modalities. A 5-year prospective study of bone and soft-tissue tumours is presented, along ...
  • Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology of Bone Tumours--The Experience From the National Orthopaedic and Lagos University Teaching Hospitals, Lagos, Nigeria 

    Nnodu, OE; Giwa, S O; Eyesan, S U; Abdulkareem, FB (Cytojournal, 2006)
    Background: Due to difficulty in confirming clinical suspicions of malignancy in patients presenting with bone tumours, the cost of surgical biopsies where hospital charges are borne almost entirely by patients, competition ...
  • Conjunctival Melanoma in a 55 Year Old Male Nigerian: A Case Report 

    Anonubi, C C; Akinsola, F B; Abdulkareem, FB; Aribaba, O T; Anyiam, D C D; Daramola, A O; Banjo, A A F (Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2006)
    Background: Conjunctival melanoma is a rare occurrence in the Negroid race. Purpose: To report a case of a 55 year old security man with right conjunctival melanoma. Method: A 55 old man was operated on to remove a ...
  • Adult Lymphomas in Lagos Nigeria: A Fourteen Year Study 

    Anunobi, C C; Banjo, A A F; Abdulkareem, FB; Daramola, A O; Akinde, R O; Abudu, E K (Nigerian Quarterly Hospital of Medicine, 2007)
    Objective: we present a 14 year retrospective histopathological study of 92 cases of adult lymphomas in Lagos. The aim is to document the histologic types, age and sex distribution. Materials and method: The materials ...
  • Pattern of Osteochondromas in Lagos, Nigeria 

    Obalum, D C; Eyesan, S U; Ezembakwe, M E; Abdulkareem, FB (Nigerian Quarterly Journal Hospital of Medicine, 2008)
    Osteochondromas are the most common benign tumours of bone. It is a problem of rapidly growing skeleton. Most of them are asymptomatic. The most common reason for presentation being perception of the lesion as a cosmetic ...