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The Abia State University Medical Students’ Association Journal (ABSUMSAJ) provides a medium for the publication of scientific papers written primarily by and for medical students. Experts may also contribute. It aims to advance the frontier of biomedical sciences and encourages academic & medical research based on sound scientific principles and guidelines.

The editorial board welcomes original contributions with a strong medical and scientific basis. Papers consistent with recent trends in the scientific and medical fields and in accordance with international guidelines are given preference. Manuscripts are judged on the topic, intellectual and scientific content, clarity of the presentation and relevance to readers of the journal.

 

 


Vol 11, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Analgesic nephropathy (AN) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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John A. Chikezie, Adanna A. Chikezie
Assessment of hand washing knowledge and practice among secondary school students in Aba, Abia State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N.C. Ekeleme, K.I. Egwuonwu, E.C. Iwuoha, A.S. Ogunsola
Assessment of obstetric complications amongst women in Osisioma Ngwa L.G.A. Abia State who do not seek orthodox obstetric care EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nnabuko Obioma, Nzeribe Emeka, Kanu Roselinda
The assessment of hand hygeine practice amongst healthcare workers in Aba South LGA Abia State EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ezindu Chidimma, Alozie Tochukwu, Owo-Eleke Emmanuel
The assessment of male urinary incontinence; the knowledge, prevalence, perceived causes and care in Obingwa LGA EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C.C. Anulaobi, U.J. Udeagha, C.J. Onwuchekwa
Lamellar ichthyosis with poor school performance in a seven-year old Nigerian male: a case report and review of the literature EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.F. Ogbonna, K.K. Odinaka, A.I. Bisi-Onyaemachi, U.N. Chikani


ISSN: 0794-6961
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