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   2017| April-June  | Volume 4 | Issue 2  
    Online since March 29, 2018

 
 
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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Perceptions and practices related to health hazards of patronizing traditional nail cutters and barbers among market men in Samaru – North Western Nigeria
Aisha A Abubakar, Ibrahim A Dangana, Babajide A John, Abdulrazak A Gobir, Mohammed S Ibrahim, Ahmed A Umar, Suleiman S Bashir, Adamu U Shehu
April-June 2017, 4(2):37-42
DOI:10.4103/ssajm.ssajm_48_16  
  1 1,031 114
Clinical competence with central venous lines by resident doctors in a Nigerian teaching hospital
Sunday A Edaigbini, Muhammad B Aminu, Ibrahim Z Delia, Abdulrasheed Ibrahim, Okwuoma Okwunodulo, Mojirola Alegbejo-Olarinoye
April-June 2017, 4(2):47-51
DOI:10.4103/ssajm.ssajm_37_16  
  1 816 73
CASE REPORT
Transfusion-dependent anemia in a patient with sickle cell disease as well as HIV-associated tuberculosis
Awwalu Sani, Bello A Kumo, Pindiga M Kasim, Muktar M Haruna
April-June 2017, 4(2):52-55
DOI:10.4103/ssajm.ssajm_8_17  
  - 922 79
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
A diary of endometrial malignancies in Zaria, Northern Nigeria
Abdul Adogie Muhammad, Oguntayo O Adekunle, Samaila O Modupeola, Umar Muhammad, SarkinPawa Zulaiha, Adamu Abdullahi
April-June 2017, 4(2):43-46
DOI:10.4103/ssajm.ssajm_19_16  
  - 1,548 127
Knowledge regarding co-trimoxazole preventive therapy among patients who are HIV positive in a tertiary health facility, northeastern Nigeria
Ballah Akawu Denue
April-June 2017, 4(2):31-36
DOI:10.4103/ssajm.ssajm_22_16  
  - 1,476 123
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