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January-June 2020 | Vol 27 | Issue 1

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Original Article: Intracardiac echogenic focus: Its importance during routine prenatal ultrasound screening in a black African population
Janet Adetinuke Akinmoladun, Bosede Adebayo, Ademola Joseph Adekanmi
Background: Intracardiac echogenic focus (ICEF) is defined as a small bright structure within the fetal heart with similar or greater echogenicity to the surrounding bone. The cause of ICEF i...
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Original Article: Clinico-radiologic correlates of oral and maxillofacial radiographs: A 3-year study of 156 patients in a Nigerian teaching hospital
Otasowie D Osunde, Kelvin U Omeje, Akinwale A Efunkoya, Ibiyinka O Amole, Benjamin I Akhiwu
Background: Any discrepancy between clinical and radiographic information may have dire consequences on the optimal care of patients. Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the c...
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Original Article: Factors influencing the use of palliative external beam radiotherapy for advanced breast cancer patients in the University College Hospital, Ibadan
Hassan Ibrahim, Adamu Abdullahi
Background: PRT (palliative RT [PRT]) has been proven as an effective treatment modality for symptom relief in advanced breast cancer patients; however, access to this treatment in Nigeria is...
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Original Article: Doppler ultrasound evaluation of blood flow patterns of the uterine arteries in pre- and postmenopausal women with cervical cancer and controls in Zaria
Ibrahim Muhammad Zaria, Iliyasu Garba, Chom Nuhu Dung, Ibinaiye Philip Oluluke, Lawal Suleiman
Background: Cervical cancer remains an important health issue, especially in the developing countries that account for about 85% of the world burden of cervical cancer. Finding a role for...
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Original Article: Chest radiographic findings of pulmonary tuberculosis in human immunodeficiency virus-seropositive patients in a teaching hospital in Kano Northwest, Nigeria
Mohammed Sani Umar, Sunday Victory Daniel, Mohammed Abba Suwaid, Geofrey Luntsi, Jibrin Yusuf, Joseph Dlama Zira, Auwal Abubakar, Charbel Saade, Mustapha Barde
Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most common infections to occur in the course of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and remains a global emergency despite substantial in...
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  West African Journal of Radiology
ISSN - Print: 1115-3474,
Online: 2321-6670

West African Journal of Radiology, a publication of Association of Radiologists of West Africa (ARAWA), is a peer-reviewed Print + Online Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published.


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