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Jegede, PO, Adeyemi BA.  2009.  Purpose and Methods of Assessment in the Classroom. Principles and Practice of Education. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press Ltd
Okonji, RE, James IE, Madu JO, Fagbohunka BS, Agboola FK.  2015.  PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RHODANESE FROM THE HEPATOPANCREAS OF GARDEN SNAIL, Limicolaria flammea.. Ife Journal of Science. 17(2)okonji_et_al_6.pdf
O.T., A, A.K A.  2008.  Pupillary changes among Nigerian adults following the instillation of Garcinia kola nut extracts: multicentric studies. Instillation of Garcinia Kola Nut Extract: The Nigerian postgraduate Medical Journal. 15 (3).:152-156.
  1986.  Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Nigerian.. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. 106(2):69-71.1._elegbe_et_al.pdf
Erhabor, GE, Fatusi S, Obembe O.  2001.  Pulmonary symptoms and functions of arc welders in Modakeke, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. East Africa Med Journal. 78:461-464.
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.
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 (4):308-317.
Famurewa, B, Oginni F, Aregbesola S, Erhabor G.  2020.  Pulmonary functions of patients with isolated mandibular fractures: A preliminary report, 2020/02/01. 46:36. Abstract

Objectives:The aim of this study was to evaluate pulmonary function in patients with mandibular fractures and to determine the pattern of pulmonary functions in these patients.
Materials and methods:
This was a cross-sectional study of pulmonary functions in Nigerian non-smoking patients with isolated mandibular fractures managed at our health institution from December 2015 to June 2017. Forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR), and ratio of FEV1 to FVC (FEV1/FVC) were measured for all participants using a portable spirometer just before treatment. The pulmonary indices were compared with the predicted reference values for Nigerians to determine the respiratory pattern.
Results:
Forty participants consisting of six females (15.0%) and thirty-four males (85.0%) with a female to male ratio of 1:5.7 were included in this study. The mean patient age was 34.5±13.1 years (range, 17-63 years). The mean FVC, FEV1, FEV1/FVC, and PEFR were 3.8±1.2 L, 3.0±1.0 L, 74.3%±13.8%, and 5.2±2.2 L/s, respectively. Comparison of data with predicted values revealed that 17 subjects (42.5%) had normal pulmonary function pattern while 23 subjects (57.5%) had features suggestive of obstructive and restrictive pulmonary function patterns.
Conclusion:
Isolated mandibular fractures presented with abnormal pulmonary function pattern.

ODEBODE, AA, Oladokun TT.  2010.  Public Private Partnership in Housing Delivery in Nigeria. Sustainable Environment. , Ile Ife, Nigeria: Faculty of Environmrntal Design and management, OAU
Apeloko, OD, Adesopo A.  2017.  Public Financial Accountability Institutions and Democratic Governance in Nigeria. Canadian Social Science. 13(11):1-12.9977-21936-1-pb.pdf
Akinsulore, A, Esimai OA, Mapayi BM, Aloba OO.  2018.  Public Awareness and Attitude Towards Depression: A Community Based Study Among an Adult Population in Ile-Ife South-Western Nigeria. Community mental health journal. :1-9.: Springer Abstract
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"Olagunju, O"E, "Olaogun A", "Afolabi E", "Adereti C".  2014.  Psychosocial Problems of Sickle Cell Disorder as Experienced by the Paediatric Primary Caregivers in Southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 8(1):36-40.
Ameye, S, Adeyemo A, Eziyi J, Amusa Y, Ogunniyi G, Otoghile B.  2015.  The psychosocial consequences of severe deafness and the modifying effect on the socioeconomic position in a special education institution setting: A pilot study, 2015/12/01. 29:8. Abstract

Objective: To study the psychosocial consequences of severe deafness and the effects on the socioeconomic position of the affected individuals. Methods: A cohort study of a deaf student attending a special education secondary school for the deaf and some of their teachers were randomly selected for the study. Sociodemographic characteristics, self‑reported deafness, employment situation, and financial conditions, psychosocial consequences such as social isolation, denial of privileges, educational attainment, the level of achievement, and satisfaction with life were assessed using a semi‑structured questionnaire. Results: All the participants had severe to profound hearing loss, and all of them could communicate by sign language. Adverse psychosocial consequences were found in this study population. A significant percentage was not satisfied with their current placement. A significant percentage reported limitation in their achievements and more than a third of them admitted to having been denied privileges as a result of being deaf. Social isolation was a major source of worry for 70% of the respondents and close to 40% admitted to being angry mainly because of the attitude of the society towards them. Underemployment was found in 44%, of the sampled population. Conclusion: Hearing impaired individuals are faced with economic and psychosocial adverse consequences. Labor market and educational policies must take into consideration these challenges to integrate this segment of our population into the active, productive sector of the economy.

Akinsulore, A, Adewuya A.  2010.  Psychosocial aspects of epilepsy in Nigeria: a review. African journal of psychiatry. 13(5):351-356.: In House Publications Abstract
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Akinsulore, A, Adewuya A.  2010.  Psychosocial aspects of epilepsy in Nigeria: a review. African journal of psychiatry. 13, Number 5 Abstract
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Fasokun, TO, Katahoire A, Oduaran A.  2005.  The Psychology of Adult Learning in Africa.. , Germany.: Pearson Education Publishers, South Africa and the UNESCO Institute for Education, Hamburg,
Folayan, MO, Caceres C, Sam-Agudu N, Odetoyinbo M, Stockman J, Harrison A.  2016.  Psychological stressors and coping strategies of adolescents living with and without HIV infection in Nigeria . AIDS and Behaviour . 21(9):2736-2745.doi:10.1007/s10461-016-1534-3..
Mosaku, KS, Akinyoola AL, Fatoye FEMIO, Adegbehingbe OO.  2009.  Psychological reactions to amputation in a sample of Nigerian amputees. General hospital psychiatry. 31:20–24., Number 1: Elsevier Abstract
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A, A, FO F, OE A, OO A, BM M, OI I.  2012.  Psychoactive substance use among psychiatric outpatients in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. . Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 10(2):2-7.
Akinsulore, A, Fatoye O, Awaa OE, Aloba OO, Mapayi BM, Ibigbami OI.  2012.  Psychoactive Substance Use Among Psychiatric Outpatients In a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 10(2):2-7.: Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria Abstract
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Akinsulore, A, Fatoye O, Awaa OE, Aloba OO, Mapayi BM, Ibigbami OI.  2012.  Psychoactive Substance Use Among Psychiatric Outpatients In a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. Nigerian Journal of Psychiatry. 10:2–7., Number 2: Association of Psychiatrists in Nigeria Abstract
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