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July-December 2019 | Vol 25 | Issue 2

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Original Article
Laparoscopic versus open sigmoid loop colostomy: A comparative study from a cohort of 62 patients requiring temporary faecal diversion at a tertiary care center in North India
Background: Over decades, colostomies have been done through open method, but laparoscopic creation of an intestinal stoma is safe, feasible and has distinct advantages over conventional tech...
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Clinical outcome of nonoperative treatment of de Quervain's disease with local corticosteroid injection in Nigerian setting
Background: The goal of treatment of de Quervain's disease, pain relief and restoration of hand functions, is achievable with local corticosteroid injection. However, published reports in...
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Original Article
Histopathological pattern of testicular lesions in Kano, Northwestern Nigeria
Background: The global distribution of testicular disorders differs conforming with differences in demographic denominators. The diagnostic dictum for these disorders customarily adheres to f...
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Original Article
Preoperative predictors of level of difficulty of laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Background: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) is the gold standard treatment for symptomatic gallbladder stone disease. This is due to its safety, reliability, cost-effectiveness, negligible ...
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Original Article
Outcome of management of neonatal intestinal obstruction at a tertiary center in Nigeria
Background: Intestinal obstruction in a newborn remains a significant emergency in pediatric surgery. Clinical presentation is often subtle with sudden deterioration of their clinical states....
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Nigerian Journal of Surgery
ISSN - Print: 1117-6806,
Online: 2278-7100
Nigerian Journal of Surgery, a publication of association of Surgeons of Nigeria , is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published.

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