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Nigerian Endocrine Practice

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Nigerian Endocrine Practice, a peer reviewed publication published twice a year is the official publication of the Nigerian Chapter of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE-Nigeria). The primary mission of the Nigerian Endocrine Practice is to enhance the health care of patients with endocrine disorders through continuing education of practicing endocrinologists and specialists of related fields.

The journal accepts original contributions related to the practice and science of clinical endocrinology, articles updating the clinical endocrinologist on current areas of interest in the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine disorders, articles discussing dilemma facing endocrinologists in the clinical, social, and ethical arena of endocrine practice, instructive clinical and laboratory cases, articles dealing with the history of clinical endocrinology and letters to the editor.


Vol 7, No 1 (2013)

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Articles

A review of peripheral arterial disease in diabetes mellitus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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PO Akinwusi, OO Okunola, AT Oyedeji 7-14
Pattern of diabetes admissions in a Northern Nigerian tertiary health centre EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AE Uloko, AF Adeniyi, LY Abubakar, SM Yusuf, A Abdu, ID Gezawa, AT Uloko 15-20
Assessment of diabetes-related knowledge among health care providers in a tertiary health institution in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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MA Olamoyegun, SO Iwuala, OM Akinlade, KD Olamoyegun, B Kolawole 21-28
Prolactinoma in a Nigerian male: case report and review of the literature EMAIL FULL TEXT
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KB Sada, KM Anka, AA Sabir, AE Uloko 29-32
Bardet-biedel syndrome: a case report and a review of literature EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SO Iwuala, MA Olamoyegun, OA Fasanmade, AE Ohwovoriole 33-38


ISSN: 2251-0362
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