Faculty of Clinical Sciences

Recent Submissions

  • Epidemiology of blindness from facial trauma: 

    Famurewa, Bamidele A; Oginni, Fadekemi Olufunmilayo; Adewara, Bolajoko A; Fomete, Benjamin; Aniagor, Chukwudi; Aluko-Olokun, Bayo; Morgan, Regina E; Amedari, McKing I (ResearchGate, 2021-12-09)
    Study Design This is a multi-centre retrospective study. Objective To determine the prevalence of blindness and pattern of facial trauma associated with blindness among Nigerians. Methods A multi-centre retrospective study ...
  • Personality traits and related factors in risky sexual behaviour among an undergraduate student population in Southwestern Nigeria 

    Ibigbami, Olanrewaju; Adewuya, Abiodun; Akinsulore, Adesanmi; Aloba, Olutayo; Mapayi, Boladale; Ibigbami, Adebukola; Olwookere, Samuel_Anu (Gender and Behaviour, 2019-12)
    Differences in personality traits have been shown to determine variable propensities for sexual risk-taking. No study has examined the relationship between risky sexual behavior (RSB) and personality traits in undergraduate ...
  • The effect of training on functional behavioural analysis on teacher self-efficacy among special education teachers in Osun State, Southwestern Nigeria 

    Ibigbami, Olanrewaju; Adeniyi, Yetunde; Omigbodun, Olayinka; Ani, Cornelius (International Journal of Special Education, 2021-02)
    Dealing with challenging behaviour is a source of stress and burnout among teachers of children with special education needs. Functional Behavioral Analysis (FBA) is useful for prevention and management of challenging ...
  • Clinical characterisation and management outcomes of COVID-19 infection in pregnancy in a Nigerian tertiary hospital 

    Ijarotimi, Omotade Adebimpe; Ubom, Akaninyene Eseme; Awowole, Ibraheem Olayemi; Kuti, Oluwafemi; Ayegbusi, Ekundayo O. (International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2021-09-02)
    Background: Literature on the antenatal and perinatal management and outcomes of COVID-19 infection in pregnancy in Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa is gradually emerging but sparse. There is an urgent need to build up the ...
  • Tissue zinc concentration in prostate cancer: 

    Igbokwe, M.; Salako, A.; Badmus, T.; Obiajunwa, E.; Olasehinde, O.; Igbokwe, C.; David, R. (Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Biology, 2021-05-23)
    Introduction: Prostate cancer (PCa) is the commonest maliganacy among men of African descent. The possible role of trace elements like Zinc in its aetiogenesis and disease severity remains controversial. This paper aims ...
  • Intraocular pressure variation after conventional extracapsular cataract extraction, manual small incision cataract surgery and phacoemulsification in an indigenous black population 

    Onakpoya, Oluwatoyin; Adeoye, Adenike; Adegbehingbe, Bernice; Adewara, Bolajoko (2020-06-23)
    Introduction: intraocular pressure changes have been reported following the various cataract surgical technique. This study aims to compare the intra-ocular pressure (IOP) variation following conventional extra-capsular ...
  • Sexual behaviour, contraception and fertility among in-school adolescent in Ikenne local government, south-western Nigeria. . 

    Salako, A.A.; Iyaniwura, C.A.; Jaminusi, O.A.; Sofowora, R. (Nigeria Journal Of Clinical Practice, 2006-06)
    A cross- sectional study was conducted among in-school adolescents in six secondary schools in the health districts of Ikenne Local Government to assess the sexual behaviour, contraception and fertility experiences of the ...
  • Saddle block for transrectal prostate biopsy 

    Bamigboye, JO.; Olateju, SO.; Faponle, AF.; Salako, A.A (Medical and Dental Consultants Association, 2021-09)
    Background: Prostate biopsy is a painful procedure, and the degree of pain is related to the number of core biopsies taken. Objective: To compare the analgesic properties of hyperbaric bupivacaine 0.25% with 0.375% ...
  • Penile fracture at Lautech teaching hospital, Osogbo 

    Aderounmu, AOA.; Salako, A.A.; Olatoke, S.A.; Eziyi, AK.; Agodinrin, O. (Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice, 2009-09)
    Background/Objective: Patients and Methods: Results: Conclusion: We have seen three cases of penile fracture presenting in diverse ways in our teaching hospital. We want to highlight the difficulties of management ...
  • Digital rectal examination for prostate and rectal tumour: 

    Eziyi, A.K; Ademuyiwa, A.O; Eziyi, J.A.E; Salako, A.A (WEST AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 2009-10)
    BACKGROUND: It is most pertinent that medical students are taught the necessary skills for digital rectal examination (DRE) before they become doctors. OBJECTIVE: The study is to assess the knowledge and experience of ...
  • Examination malpractice in our medical schools 

    Aderoumu, A.O.A; Olaitan, P.B; Kolawole, I.K; Dairo, M.D; Oluwadiya, K.S; Okeke, L.L; Salako, A.A (The Nigeria Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2011-09)
    Aims and objectives. The objective of this paper is to estimate the prevalence of examination malpractice among medical students; its import on medical education and future doctors. Materials and methods: Structured ...
  • Complications of transverse distal penile island flap urethroplasty of complex anterior urethral stricturee 

    Olajide, Abimbola O.; Salako, Abdulkadir A.; Aremu, Ademola A.; Eziyi, Amogu K.; Olajide, Folakemi O.; Banjo, Oluseyi O. (Urology journal, 2010)
    Purpose: To report the complications of transverse distal penile island flap urethroplasty for urethral reconstruction in adult patients with long/ multiple segments anterior urethral stricture. Materials and Methods: ...
  • Pendulous urethral stricture: 

    Salako, Abdulkadir A.; Olajide, Abimbola O.; Aremu, Ademola A.; Afolayan, Micheal O.; Adejare, Ifeoluwa E.; Oseni, Oyediran G. (RECONSTRUCTIVE UROLOGY, 2013)
    Purpose: To describe peculiarities of pendulous urethral stricture in South Western Nigeria and how prevalent social and environmental factors have made longitudinal distal penile island flap the preferred option for ...
  • Relationship between intraocular pressure, anterior chamber depth and lens thickness in primary open-angle glaucoma patients 

    Adewara, Bolajoko; Adegbehingbe, Bernice; Onakpoya, Oluwatoyin; Ihemedu, Chidi (Springer Netherlands, 2018-04)
    Introduction: To investigate the relationship between intraocular pressure (IOP), anterior chamber depth (ACD) and lens thickness (LT) in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) patients and compare with age- and sex-matched ...
  • Cataract surgical outcome by trainees and consultant ophthalmologists: 

    Onakpoya, Oluwatoyin; Adeoye, Adenike; Adewara, Bolajoko; Olorundare, Olayemi (Nigerian Journal of Health Sciences, 2014)
    Background: This study evaluates cataract surgical outcome by cadre of surgeons in an ophthalmic training centre with a view of ensuring quality of service and safety during training. Methodology: Cross-sectional analytical ...
  • Distribution of phthisis bulbi and status of fellow eyes at a tertiary eye-care centre in Nigeria: 

    Adewara, Bolajoko; Badmus, Sarat; Olugbade, Olukemi; Ezeanosike, Edak; Adegbehingbe, Bernice (African Health Sciences, 2021-04-16)
    Background: Phthisis bulbi is an irreversible cause of visual loss with insufficient evidence about its aetiology and status of patients' fellow eyes. Objectives: To identify the distribution of patients with phthisis bulbi ...
  • Ocular Co-morbidity in Patients with Refractive Errors in Nigeria 

    Adegbehingbe, Bernice; Adeoye, Adenike; Adewara, Bolajoko (2011)
    Purpose: To determine the pattern and prevalence of other ocular problems seen in patients with refractive errors in a Nigerian teaching hospital. Methods: A retrospective hospital-based review of all consecutive patients ...
  • A Nigerian child with spina bifida cystica and a ruinous aftermath 

    Okeniyi, John; Oseni, Saheed; Ogunlesi, Tinuade; Oyedeji, Gabriel (The Internet Journal of Third World Medicine, 2004)
    We report a 3-day old term male Nigerian baby with an uncomplicated unruptured spina bifida cystica who defaulted from neurosurgical care and had incision and drainage done by a quack. He presented 3 months later with ...
  • Post circumcision meningitis in a male infant: 

    Oyedeji, A; Okeniyi, John; Ogunlesi, Tinuade; Oyelami, Oyeku; Oyedeji, Gabriel (The Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology, 2004)
    OA, an 11-month-old male infant was admitted to Wesley Guild Hospital, Ilesa, Nigeria on 23rd of July 2004 with a 2-day history of fever, irritability and convulsions. A nurse colleague of his father had earlier circumcised ...
  • Acute renal failure following Potassium bromate accidental poisoning: 

    Okeniyi, John; Aladekomo, Theophilus; Oyelami, Oyeku (Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics, 2003)
    Accidental poisoning is common in children. Potassium bromate is a commonly used additive and raising agent in many edibles particularly bread, a staple food worldwide, yet its accidental poisoning has hitherto, not been ...

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