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Adeoye, NO, Oluwadare CO.  2012.  Behavioural responses of environmental impacts of industrial establishments in Oluyole Industrial Estate, Ibadan, Nigeria. Ife Research Publications in Geography. 11(1):23-31.
Salako, A, Badmus T, Ikem I, Adelusola K, Orimolade A, Igbokwe M, Onuoha K, Irabor F.  2017.  Bellini duct carcinoma of the kidney masquerading as an iliac bone tumour in an adult Nigerian, 08. Pan African Medical Journal. 27 Abstract
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Zhu, Z, Ge T, Xiao M, Yuan H, Wang, T., Liu S, Atere CT, Wu J.  2017.  Belowground carbon allocation and dynamics under rice cultivation depends on soil organic matter content. Plant and Soil. 410:247–258.
Badmus, T, Asaleye M, Badmus S, Takure A, Ibrahim M, Arowolo O.  2013.  Benign prostate hyperplasia: average volume in southwestern Nigerians and correlation with anthropometrics, 2013/03/01. 20:52-6. Abstract

Objectives:To determine the prevalent age of symptomatic benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH), the average BPH volume, and the association between BPH volumes and the age, and anthropometrics in our immediate black community.
Patients, materials and method:
Selected patients with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) due to BPH with tissue diagnosis, and adult men of similar age group with no irritative or obstructive LUTS were prospectively studied from July 2003 to June 2009. The age, height and weight were recorded, prostate volumes determined with ultrasound, body mass index (bmi) calculated, and correlations determined between the prostate volume and the age, and anthropometrics.
Results:
105 patients aged 43-88 yrs (mean=64.4, 8.88 SD) managed for BPH were studied with 93 asymptomatic men aged 43-80 yrs (mean=56.15, 9.89 SD). The mean (SD) prostate volume, height, weight and bmi were 83.8 (37.7) ml, 1.67 (0.07) m, 63.6 (9.32) kg and 22.8 (3.03) kg/m2, and 24.5 (9.2) ml, 1.69 (0.06) m, 68.9 (10.6) kg and 24.2 (3.44) kg/m2 respectively for symptomatic and asymptomatic groups. In the symptomatic group, BPH volume showed significant positive correlation with the age (p=0.030), but no correlation with the weight (p=0.550), height (p=0.375) and bmi (p=0.840). In the asymptomatic group, prostate volume also showed significant positive correlation with the age (p=0.041), but no correlation with the weight (p=0.434), height (p=0.394), and bmi (p=0.203).
Conclusion:
The prevalent age of symptomatic BPH in our community is 43- 88 years with 83.79 (37.66) ml mean (SD) volume in symptomatic patients and 24.45 (9.21) ml in asymptomatic men. BPH volume correlates with age but not with anthropometrics. Lack of correlation with BPH volume suggests that anthropometrics may not be risk factors for development of BPH in our community.

Usman, SA, Salaam NF.  2015.  Between the Deep Blue Sea and the Devil’: The Dilemma of Pursuing National Interest and Playing the Card of Religion in Nigeria-Middle East Relations. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania, USA. Vol. 17(No. 4)
Abereijo, IO, Aladekomo FO.  2008.  Beyond Credit: The Role of Non-Financial Assistance in Promoting SMEs Development in Nigeria. African Journal of Communication & Development Studies. 2(1):309-315.
Idowu, PA, OB A, OL US, KA G.  2016.  Beyond Crude: Implementation Of Neuro-Fuzzy Model For Efficient Weather Prediction In Agro-Based Economy (Nigeria)., October 5. the 10th International Conference on ICT Applications. , OAU Ile-Ife
Folayan, MO, Haire B, Harrison A, Fatusi O, Brown B.  2014.  Beyond informed consent: other ethical consideration in the design and implementation of sexual and reproductive health research among adolescents in Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health . 18(3):118-126.
Bernard, OT.  2015.  Beyond Spoken Words: The Yoruba Indigenous Communication Practices. Ife: Journal of the Institute of Cultural Studies. 11:39-53.
Igbaro, J, Umoru-Oke N, Akinbileje TY.  2010.  Beyond Stained-Glass Decorations: Chief Rufus Ajidahun’s Legacy on Art Education in Nigeria. Environ: Journal of Environmental Studies. 2:43–51. Abstract

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Afolabi, MO.  1993.  A bibliography of the Nigerian governments{\textquotesingle} commissions of inquiry reports and accompanying white papers from 1920 to 1986, may. Government Publications Review. 20:297–358., Number 3: Elsevier {BV} AbstractWebsite
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Ispub, Com, Ayoola O, Alao OB, Ibitoye B, SM M.  2007.  Bicornuate Uterus With Associated Bilateral Tubal Blockage And Fibroid Tumors: A Rare Combination Causing Infertility, 2007/01/01. Abstract

A bicornuate uterus is a rare mullerian duct anomaly (MDA) caused by fusion defects of the mullerian duct during embryogenesis.1 They are of clinical significance because they can result in fertility problems ranging from infertility and recurrent abortions to prematurity and malpresentation which increases the perinatal morbidity and mortality rate2. In this paper a case is presented to highlight the hysterosalpingography (HSG) and sonographic findings in a patient with bicornuate uterus with bilateral tubal blockage and submucous fibroid. CASE REPORT A 35-year-old primipara, referred from a private hospital, presented with a 10 year history of infertility following an induced abortion at 8 weeks gestation which was confirmed by an ultrasound examination. There was no history as to suggest a previous pelvic inflammatory disease. The physical examination revealed no remarkable finding and the patient was otherwise in a healthy condition. She was referred to have a hysterosalpingogram and this revealed a complete duplication of the uterine horns with an angle of greater than 105° separating both horns. Several filling defects were consistently seen in the right horn of the uterus indicating fibroid seedlings. Neither of the fallopian tubes were demonstrated (fig. 1). A sonohysterographic examination was done thereafter and this unveiled two divergent uterine horns with separate endometrial cavities and a large fundal cleft (fig. 2), the ovaries were essentially normal. Intravenous urography, which was done to rule out the possibility of a co-existing renal anomalies, was essentially normal. A laparoscopic examination with a dye examination was done following these series of investigations and it revealed two divergent uterine horns and bilateral tubal blockage. Based on the findings, the patient was scheduled for tubal surgery but she defaulted from further management in the hospital as she did not desire a pregnancy to the extent of having a surgery carried out on her. Figure 1 Figure 1: A hysterosalpingogram showing a single cervical canal and a complete duplication of the uterine horns with an angle greater than 105° separating them in bicornuate uterus. Filling defects are also seen (open curved arrows) indicating uterine fibroids.

He, K, Timmermann BN, Aladesanmi AJ, Zeng L.  1996.  A Biflavonoid from Dysoxylum lenticellare Gillespie, Phytochemistry. 42:1199-1201.
Amusa, Y, Eziyi J, Onakpoya U, Olarinoye O, Ameye S.  2014.  Bilateral chylothorax without chylous fistula following a left modified radical neck dissection: a case report and review of literature, 2014/01/01. 2 Abstract

Bilateral chylothorax following injury to or ligation of the cervical portion of the thoracic duct is a rare but potentially dangerous complication. We report a case of bilateral chylothorax without any evidence of chylous fistula in a 24 year old woman following a left modified radical neck dissection for a primary neck cancer. The patient was effectively treated by conservative management.

Ayeni, MI, Akanmu MA, Bolaji OO, Osasan SA, Olayiwola G, Afolabi MO, Morohunfola AM.  2017.  Bilirubin Lowering Potential of Aqueous Carica Papaya Extract in Induced Jaundice in Rats, jul. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 5, Number 7: David Publishing Company AbstractWebsite
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Oseni, OM, Dada O, Adelusi A.  2015.  Bioaccumulation Potentials of Momordica charantia L. Medicinal Plant Grown in Lead Polluted Soil under Organic Fertilizer Amendment, 2015/09/21. 7 Abstract

This study investigated bioaccumulation factors and translocation factors of lead (Pb) by M. charantia so as to ascertain the bioaccumulation potentials of this medicinal plant. The elemental deposition of Pb were also assessed in order to compare the concentration of Pb present in plant tissues with the maximum permissible limits of 10 ppm recommended by WHO (1998, 2007). The experiment was a factorial combination of one heavy metal (Pb) at five levels of concentrations (0, 200, 400, 800 and 1,000 ppm) in a completely randomized design, replicated three times, with one medicinal plant species and two levels (0 and 9.4 g) of organic fertilizer (OBD- Plus). The seedlings were transplanted from nursery to experimental pots at the rate of one seedling per pot and grown for 10 weeks, after which the plants were harvested and dried for the analysis of Pb concentration both in soil and plant tissues using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (AAS). The highest bioaccumulation factor for roots was 0.42 under fertilizer amendment, whereas the highest bioaccumulation factor for shoots was 0.26 under the same treatment. The highest transfer factor of M. charantia was 0.6. The results showed that M. charantia is a good phytostabilizer of Pb component. The highest lead deposition in the roots, which was 40% higher than in the shoots concentration, was above the safe limit; therefore this might pose health risks to human if consumed as herbal medicine.

Ajayi, O, Aderogba M, Akinkunmi EO, Obuotor EM, Majinda R.  2020.  Bioactive compounds from Nauclea latifolia leaf extracts, 03. Journal of King Saud University - Science. 32 Abstract
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Aderogba, M, Madikizela B, Mcgaw L.  2019.  Bioactive constituents from Malvastrum coromandelianum (L.) Garcke leaf extracts, 06. South African Journal of Botany. 126 Abstract
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Cyril-Olutayo, M, Adeyemo T, Oriola A, Agbedahunsi J, Muse W.  2020.  Bioactivity directed isolation of antisickling compounds from Cnidoscolus acontifolius Mill.) I.M . Johnst leaf extract, 09. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmacognosy Research. 8:580-590. Abstract
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