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Adeoti, G.  Submitted.  thE trOPE OF thE markEt in FEmi OsOFisan’s DramaturgY. Osofisan Femi. :359. Abstract
Nwhator, SO, Ayanbadejo PO.  Submitted.  Uncommon causes of gingivitis. Journal of Dentistry and Oral Hygiene. 3:65–68., Number 5 Abstract
Nabie, MJ, Sofo S, Afolabi MO, Afolabi ERI, Faleye BA.  Submitted.  Unizulu International Journal of Education. Abstract
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Ajibade, YA, Adeleke MA, Oyetoro OS.  In Press.  Assessment of the pedagogical training programme for lecturers in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Canadian Journal of Researcher's Society.
Oginni, FO, Oladele AO, Adenekan AT, Olabanji JK.  In Press.  Cleft Care in Nigeria: Past, Present and Future. Cleft palate Craniofacial Journal.
Oginni, FO, Braimah RO, Oladejo T, Adenekan AT.  In Press.  Congenital Heterotopic Gastrointestinal Cyst of the Tongue in a New-born: Case Report. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. 4(3):1.
Ajibade, YA, Adeleke MA, Oyetoro OS.  In Press.  Relevance of the pedagogical training programme for lecturers and its challenges in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction.
Oginni, FO, Oladejo T, Braimah RO, Adenekan AT.  In Press.  Sublingual epidermoid cyst in a neonate. Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery. 4(1):1.
Adewara, B, Badmus S, Adegbehingbe B, Awe O, Onakpoya O.  2022.  Trends in Eye Removal Surgeries at a Tertiary Care Hospital Over Three Decades, 2022/10/20. 39:1068-1074. Abstract

Purpose:To determine the trends in eye removal surgeries at a tertiary hospital in Nigeria over 26 years.
A retrospective comparative review of clinical records of all patients who had eye removal surgery at a tertiary hospital in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, between 2014 and 2019 was done. Patients' demographic and clinical data, including indication for eye removal and type of surgery were analysed and compared with two earlier studies at the same hospital between 1994 and 2013.
There was an average of 14.3 surgeries per year between 2014 and 2019. Patients' ages ranged from 2 to 102 years, M:F was 1.5:1, the commonest indication for eye removal was infection (n=30, 34.9%), and the most common surgery was evisceration (n=70, 81.4%). Studies from 1994 to 2003 and 2005 to 2013, reported an average of 9.2 and 10 surgeries per year; ages ranging from 4 days to 88 years and 3 months to 88 years; with a M:F of 2.1:1 and 3.4:1 respectively. In both studies, the commonest indication for eye removal was trauma (43.4% and 43.8% respectively) and the most common surgery was enucleation (57.6% and 55% respectively). Trend data showed a progressive increase in eye infections (12% vs 15% vs 34.9%) and eviscerations (19.6% vs 31.2% vs 81.4%) over time.
There was a change in trend towards an increase in eviscerations and infective indications for eye removal at the hospital over three decades. Prompt and optimal treatment of orbito-ocular infections is recommended to reduce the incidence of eye removal surgeries.

Daromosu, H, Morgan R, Adewara B.  2022.  Assessment of Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness in Nigerian Adults Using Spectral-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography, 2022/08/31. 30:63-68. Abstract

Objective: To measure the circumpapillary retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) thickness in normal eyes of Nigerian adults using spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT). Materials and methods: This was a cross-sectional study of normal eyes of Nigerian adults between July and September 2016 at the eye clinic of a tertiary hospital in Nigeria. Sociodemographic data, clinical history, and examination findings were obtained. Dipstick urinalysis and blood pressure measurements were performed. Circumpapillary RNFL thickness was measured with the Topcon 3D OCT-1 Maestro version 8.30 (Topcon Medical Systems, Inc., Oakland, NJ, USA), using the 3D optic nerve head analysis. Data were analyzed using the International Business Machine (IBM) Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)Statistics, version 25.0 (IBM Corp., Armonk, NY, USA) and the level of significance was set at P < 0.05. Results: The study included 120participants (240 eyes) with an age range of 18 to 53 years and a mean age of 34.06 ± 7.64 years. There were 59 (49.17%) males and 61(50.83%) females. The average RNFL thickness in the right and left eyes was 112.26 ± 9.6 and 110.53 ± 9.14 mm, respectively. The average RNFL thickness for the Igbo ethnic group was 117.5 ± 7.69 and 115.04 ± 7.18 mm in the right and left eyes, respectively. The mean RNFL thickness for the inferior, superior, nasal, and temporal quadrants was 148.92 ± 15.77, 142.59 ± 16.48, 85.3 ± 15.39, and 71.89 ± 9.35 mm in the right eyes and 149.28 ± 16.03, 141.69 ± 13.33, 81.82 ± 13.59, and 68.8 ± 10.17 mm in the left eyes, respectively. Conclusion: This study showed the normal circumpapillary RNFL thickness values in Nigerian adults using SD-OCT. There were variations based on ethnicity that suggest it may be important to use ethnic-specific benchmarks when interpreting OCT results for the management of glaucoma.

Adewara, B.  2022.  Epidemiology and Management of Oculoplastic Disorders at a Tertiary Hospital: A 4-Year Review, 2022/06/24. 39:635-640. Abstract

Purpose:To describe the epidemiology and management of oculoplastic disorders at a tertiary hospital in Nigeria.
This was a retrospective review of patients with oculoplastic disorders at the Department of Ophthalmology, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, IleIfe, Nigeria from January 2013 to December 2016. The general ophthalmology service records were reviewed to identify patients with oculoplastic disorders. Data retrieved from patient records included date of initial visit, age at presentation, gender, oculoplastic diagnosis and aetiology, modality of treatment given, and indications for patient referrals.
There were 563 (7.4%) patients with oculoplastic disorders, out of 7,575 ophthalmology department patients. They had 573 oculoplastic disorders in all. There were 281 (49.9%) males and 282 (50.1%) females. The median age at presentation was 28 years (range, 1 day to 100 years). Eyelid laceration (n=68; 11.9%) and chalazion (n=63; 11%) were the commonest disorders. Trauma (n=125; 21.8%) was the commonest aetiology, followed by inflammatory (n=121; 21.1%) and infective (n=108; 18.8%) causes. There were 162 (28.3%) surgical interventions; eyelid repair (n=67; 41.4%) was the commonest, followed by evisceration (n=25; 15.4%), and excisional biopsy (n=25; 15.4%). No patient had ptosis or lacrimal surgery. Orbital disorders (n=21; 42.9%) were the commonest indication for a referral elsewhere.
Eyelid laceration was the commonest oculoplastic disorder, trauma was the commonest aetiology, and eyelid repair was the commonest oculoplastic surgery done. Further training in oculoplastics with emphasis on ptosis, lacrimal and orbital surgery, as well as the provision of equipment needed for optimal oculoplastic service delivery are recommended.

Adewara, B.  2022.  Severe cicatricial entropion repair using mucous membrane graft in Stevens-Johnson syndrome, 12. Indian journal of ophthalmology. 70:4470. Abstract
Ayodele, AS, Oladokun TT, T. O. Ayodele, Agbato SE, Jinadu AD, Olaleye SO.  2022.  Analysing the Criteria for Measuring the Determinants of Virtual Reality Technology Adoption in Real Estate Agency Practice in Lagos: A DEMATEL Method. Property Management, . 40(3):285-301.
Ayoola, TJ.  2022.  Audit fees, audit seasonality and audit quality in Nigeria: a mediation analysis. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting.
Alarape, AA, Omoba FA, Akinlooye SO, Obadiora AJ.  2022.  Citizenship Education: A Panacea for Daunting Social Media Gripe on Key Social Issues in Nigeria. Handbook of Research on Promoting Global Citizenship Education. , USA: IGI Global
Ayoola, TJ, Inneh EG, Obokoh LO, Kolawole PE, Adeoye ET.  2022.  Competition and efficiency in an oligopolistic audit market: Evidence from the Nigerian banking industry. Banks and Bank Systems. 17(4):129-139.bbs_2022_04_ayoola.pdf
Ayoola, TJ, Inneh EG, Obokoh LO, Kolawole PE, Adeoye ET.  2022.  Competition and efficiency in an oligopolistic audit market: Evidence from the Nigerian banking industry. Banks and Bank Systems. 17(4):129-139.bbs_2022_04_ayoola.pdf
A., A, A. A, B. A, O. A, A. L.  2022.  Immunohistochemical expression of E-cadherin, N-cadherin and Snail/slug in ameloblastoma. Journal of Stomatology Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. 123(6):e801-e807.
Awoleye, OM.  2022.  Knowledge spillover, human capital and agglomeration dynamics in Nigeria's ICT clusters. Int. J. of Business Innovation and Research. 27(3):352-382.
Adeniran, JO, Jaiyeola TG, Idowu KA.  2022.  On some characterizations of generalized Bol loops. 41(4):805-823.
A. Oyem, A, Jaiyeola TG, Olaleru JO.  2022.  Order of Finite Soft Quasigroups with Application to Egalitarianism. Discussiones Mathematicae-General Algebra and Application. 42(1):135-157.
Ayodele, SA, Gbadegesin JT, Ayodele TO, Agbato SE, Oyedele JB, Oladokun TT, Ebede EO.  2022.  Property managers’ awareness of the potential benefits of vertical greenery systems on buildings. , International Journal of Construction Management. . :1-10.