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Ijadunola, K, Ijadunola M, Onayade A, Abiona T.  2003.  Perceptions of occupational hazards amongst office workers at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 07. Nigerian journal of medicine : journal of the National Association of Resident Doctors of Nigeria. 12:134-9. Abstract
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Ijadunola, M, Ojo T, Akintan F, Adeyemo A, Afolayan A, Akanji O.  2018.  Engendering a conducive environment for university students with physical disabilities: assessing availability of assistive facilities in Nigeria, 03. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. 14:1-8. Abstract
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Ijadunola, M, Akinyemi P, Olowookere O, Olotu O, Goodman O, Ogundiran A, Ijadunola K.  2021.  Addressing Inclusiveness in Tertiary Co-education: Attitude of Undergraduate and Academic Staff Towards Students with Disabilities in a South-West . International Journal of Disability, Development and Education. :1-14.
Ijadunola, M, Olotu E, Oyedun O, Eferakeya S, Ilesanmi F, Fagbemi A, Fasae O.  2019.  Lifting the veil on disrespect and abuse in facility-based child birth care: Findings from South West Nigeria, 01. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 19 Abstract
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Ijadunola, KT, Ijadunola MY, Esimai OA, Abiona TC.  2010.  New paradigm old thinking: the case for emergency obstetric care in the prevention of maternal mortality in Nigeria. BMC Women’s Health 2010. 10:6.
Ijadunola, KT, Erhabor GE, Onayade AA, Ijadunola MY, Fatusi AO, Asuzu MC.  2004.  Prevalence of Respiratory Symptoms Among Wheat Flour Mill Workers in Ibadan, Nigeria. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 45(3):251-259.
Ijadunola, M, Ojo T, Adelekan B, Olatunji G, Gbolagade K, Adewale I, Ibukun F, Friday I.  2014.  Street hawking among in-school adolescents in a south-western town in Nigeria: Pattern, determinants and effects on school performance, 06. International journal of adolescent medicine and health. Abstract
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Ijadunola, M, Abiona T, Ijadunola K, Afolabi O, Esimai O, Olaolorun F.  2010.  Male involvement in family planning decision making in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria, 12. African journal of reproductive health. 14:43-50. Abstract
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Ijadunola, M, Olotu E, Makhele M, Audu J, Longe M, Lawal S.  2020.  Reproductive health challenges of male and female street beggars and use of reproductive health services by female street beggars in Ife-Ijesa, Nigeria, 07. The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health Care. 25:1-6. Abstract
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Ijadunola, M, Obiyan M, B.O. O, O.O. O, O.B. F, P.U. U, Abiola A.  2017.  Assessing the Challenges of Schooling among Adolescents in Skipped Generation Households in Ile- Ife, Nigeria., 03. xii. Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health; 29(1), 62-67.. 29:62-67. Abstract
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Ijadunola, KT, Erhabor GE, Onayade AA, Ijadunola MY, Fatusi AO, Asuzu MC.  2005.  Pulmonary Functions of Wheat Flour Mill Workers and Controls in Ibadan, Nigeria. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE . 48:308–317.
Ijarotimi, O, Soyoye D, Adekanle O, Ndububa D, Umoru BI, Alatise O.  2017.  Declining prevalence of duodenal ulcer at endoscopy in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, 2017/09/01. 107:750-753. Abstract

Background. Duodenal ulcer is the most common peptic ulcer disease worldwide. In the past, sub-Saharan Africa has been described as an area of mixed prevalence for peptic ulcer disease, but recent reports have disputed this. Changes in the prevalence of duodenal ulcer have been reported, with various reasons given for these. Objective. To describe the change in endoscopic prevalence of duodenal ulcer at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital (OAUTH), Ile-Ife, Nigeria, between January 2000 and December 2010. Methods. This was a retrospective, descriptive study of patients who underwent upper gastrointestinal endoscopy in the endoscopy unit of OAUTH between January 2000 and December 2010. The data were obtained from the endoscopy register, demographic indices, presenting symptoms and post-endoscopic diagnoses being retrieved for each patient. The study period was divided into the years 2000 - 2004 and 2005 - 2010, the frequencies of duodenal ulcer and other post-endoscopic diagnoses being compared between these two time periods to see whether there were changes. Results. Over the study period, 292 patients (15.8%) were diagnosed with duodenal ulcer, second only to 471 patients (26.2%) with acute gastritis. The prevalence of duodenal ulcer for 2000 - 2004 was 22.9% (n=211 patients) compared with 9.2% (n=81) for 2005 - 2010 (p<0.001). Conclusion. There was a significant decline in the endoscopic prevalence of duodenal ulcer over the decade. © 2017, South African Medical Association. All rights reserved.

IJISAKIN, EYITAYO.  2020.  Of Beads and Beaded Artistry: A Paradigmatic Study of the Beadworks of David Herbert Dale, 09. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. 9:67. Abstract
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Ikeh, C, Orji MO, Uchendu E, Asaleye M, Ibewuike CU, Oboke OS, Odoemene CA.  2019.  Correlation of Doppler Indices of Prostatic Lesions with Prostate Specific Antigen in Abakaliki, Nigeria, 2019/10/12. 9:p9481. Abstract
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Ikem, RT, Akinsola A, Balogun MO, Ohwovoriole AE.  2003.  The Prevalence, Pattern and Clinical Correlates of Proteinuria in Nigerian Patients With Non Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus. Nigerian Journal of Health Sciences. 2:21-24.
Ikem, R, Ikem I, Adebayo O, Soyoye D.  2010.  An assessment of peripheral vascular disease in patients with diabetic foot ulcer, 2010/10/01. 20:114-7. Abstract

Background:Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a chronic limb ischaemia caused by atherosclerosis of the peripheral arteries. Diabetes mellitus is a risk factor for this disease. The most common symptom of PVD is muscle pain in the lower limbs on exercise. In diabetes, pain perception may be blunted by the presence of peripheral neuropathy. Therefore, a patient with diabetes and PVD is more likely to present with an ischaemic ulcer or gangrene than a patient without diabetes. The use of ankle-brachial-pressure index (ABI) in the clinic and bedside provide a measure of blood flow to the ankle. This could help early detection, initiate early therapy and may thus reduce the risk of critical limb ischaemia and limb loss.
Objective:
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the occurrence of peripheral vascular disease using ankle-brachial index in diabetic patients with and without foot ulcers and the risk factors associated with diabetic foot ulcer (DFU).
Method:
This prospective study involved all type 2 DM patients with foot ulcer (DFU population) and those without foot ulcers (non-DFU population) seen in our hospital. Their demographic, clinical and laboratory parameters were noted and documented. Measurement of ABI was done using a portable hand held Doppler and ankle pressures<0.9 is suggestive of PVD.
Results:
A total of 74 patients were recruited. Males were 42 (56.8%) and females were 32 (43.2%). The mean age of the patients was 62.89±10.66 years and the duration of diabetes was 7.61±7.57 years. Forty-six (62.2%) presented with foot ulcer while 28 (37.8%) were without foot ulcer. Patients with PVD represented by ABI<0.9 was DFU 31(76.4%) while in non-DFU it was 10 (13.4%). Multivariant analysis of variables associated with DFU in those with ABI<0.9 showed correlation with tobacco use r=.235, p=0.044; duration of diabetes r=-.427; p=0.001; and systolic blood pressure r=-.301; p=0.009.
Discussion:
The occurrence of PVD determined by the absence of >2 pulses by palpation alone and using ABI was 25.7% and 55.4% respectively. This suggests that assessment by palpation is subjective while the use of Doppler is quantitative and more reliable. DFU patients with PVD showed a significant correlation with tobacco use, duration of diabetes and systolic blood pressure but not with dyslipidaemia.
Conclusion:
This study shows that these patients had risk factors for PVD. The use of hand held Doppler will aid early diagnosis of critical limb at risk of loss and help to prevent and reduce the high rate of limb loss in our patients.

Ikem, RT, Akinola NO, Balogun MO, Ohwovoriole AE, Akinsola AA.  2001.  What does the presence of Hypertension portend in the Nigerian. West African Journal of Medicine,. 20(2):127-130..
Ikem, RT, Kolawole BA, Olasode O.  2005.  A Descriptive Study of Foot Complications in Diabetic Patients with Symptomatic Peripheral Neuropathy.. African Journal of Neurological Sciences. 24(1):7-12.
Ikem, RT, Kolawole BA.  2001.  Anthropometric Indices of Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetic Nigeria Subjects. Nigerian Journal of Internal Medicine. , 4(1):6-8.
Ikem, RT, Ikem IC, Adebayo O, Soyoye D.  2010.  An assessment of peripheral vascular disease in patients with diabetic foot.. ulcer.The Foot. 20(4):114-117..
Ikem, RT, Kolawole BA, I.C I.  2002.  The prevalence, presentation and outcome of Diabetic Foot Lesions in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. Tropical Doctor. 32:226-227.