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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Management of Conjoined Twins in Kano, Nigeria: Our Experience and Challenges in a Low Resource Setting
2.  One-Year Review Of Pityriasis Rosea Among Out-Patients In Kano, Northwestern Nigeria
3.  Hypolipidemic effect of oral administration of aqueous leaf extact of Senna occidentalis in Rats.
4.  Comparison of ondansetron and metoclopramide for the prevention of postoperative nausea and vomiting in daycase gynaecological laparoscopic surgeries
5.  Knowledge, Perception and Reporting Attitude of Adverse Effects Following Immunisation among Primary Health Care Workers in Sabon Gari Local Government Area Zaria, Kaduna State- Nigeria
6.  MORTALITY PATTERNS IN THE MEDICAL WARDS OF MURTALA MUHAMMAD SPECIALIST HOSPIAL, KANO, NIGERIA – A THREE YEAR REVIEW.
7.  Outcome of Male circumcision: A Comparison between plastibell and dorsal slit methods
8.  PRACTICE OF GIRL CHILD CIRCUMCISION IN NORTH WESTERN NIGERIA
9.  EAR SCREENING FINDINGS AMONG CHILDREN ATTENDING STAFF SCHOOLS OF AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY ZARIA
10.  Autopsy Findings in Paediatric Poisoning with Otapiapia
11.  PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPACT OF CLEFT LIP AND PALATE CHILDREN ON THEIR PARENT
12.  Sociodemographic Correlates and Symptoms of Depression, Anxiety and Stress among a Sample of Nigerian Medical Students
13.  HEARING THRESHOLDS OF JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN KADUNA METROPOLIS
14.  Comparative Study of Patients’ Satisfaction Between NHIS-insured and Un-insured Patients Attending a Northern Nigerian Tertiary Hospital
15.  Respiratory distress in Nigerian neonates: Prevalence, Severity, Risk and aetiological factors and Outcome


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