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1998
Ekanade, O., Salami, A. T., and Odekunle T.  1998.  "Adoption of Modern Farming Techniques in Rural Southwestern Nigeria",. Journal of Science Research,. 4(1):pp63-67.
B, R, Bianchi A, Alizai NK, OA S.  1998.  Aesthetic and lateral thracotomy in the neonate. Journal of Pediatric Surgery . vol. 33(12):1798-1800..
ADESOLA, F.  1998.  Afro-Arab Relations in the Emergent World Order. Nigerian Journal of International Affairs. Vol. 24, (2 ):47–59..
Ogunba, OA, Ajayi CA.  1998.  An Assessment of the Accuracy of Valuations in Lagos Metropolis”. Journal of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers. 21(2):19-24.
ADESOLA, F.  1998.  The Bretton Woods Institutions and Democratization in Nigeria. Ife Social Sciences Review. (July Edition):106–113..
Adejuyigbe, O, Olasinde AA, Sowande OA, Abubakar AM.  1998.  Day case surgery in children in ile ife;an audit. Nigerian Journal of Surgery. 5(2):60-63..
Adekoya, LO, Koya OA.  1998.  The design construction and testing of a machine for the removal of stones from local food grains. Ife Journal of Technology. 8(1):55-59.
Ajobo, O, Bamire AS, Tijani AA.  1998.  Determinants of Managerial Capability in Smallholder Cocoa Agriculture in Southwestern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Tree Crop Research (CRIN). 2(2):1-8.
S., AA.  1998.  Engineering and teacher education in Nigerian universities: Costs, variants and some implications.. Studies in Educational Planning and Administration (A Journal of the National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration). . 1(2):2-11.
Muse, WA.  1998.  Food selection behaviour in Zonocerus variegatus (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae).. Entomological Society of Nigeria Occassional Publications. 31:33-38.: Entomological Society of Nigeria
Lajide, L, Adedire CO, Muse WA, Agele SO.  1998.  Insecticidal activit of powders of some Nigerian plants against the maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais, Mostch.. Entomological Society of Nigeria Occassional Publications. 31:227-235.
Salami, A. T., and Ilori MO.  1998.  "Locational Decision- Making and Pattern of Diffusion of Frozen Fish Depots in Ibadan City, Nigeria", . TECHNOVATION, . 18(3):pp207-213..
Ajayi, CA.  1998.  Property Investment Valuation and Analysis. , Ibadan: De-Ayo Publications
Aluko, BT.  1998.  Property Valuation: Are Estate Surveyors and Valuers Interpreters or Creators of Value? The Estate Surveyor and Valuer. 21(2):9-17.
Otuyemi, O, Ogunbodede O, Adetunji J, Olusile A, Folayan M.  1998.  A study of acute necrotising ulcerative gingivitis in Nigeria. Paediatric Dental Journal . 8:133-137.
Salami, A. T..  1998.  "Vegetation Modification and Man-induced Environmental Change in Rural Southwestern Nigeria",. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment,. 70: :pp159-167..
Ogunba, OA, A. AC.  1998.  “A Performance Analysis of Investment valuations in Lagos Metropolis”. Journal of The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers. 21(2):19-24..
Otuyemi, O, Ogunbodede E, J A, A O, Folayan M.  1998.  A Study of Acute Necrotising Ulcerative Gingivitis In Nigeria, 1998/01/01. Paediatric Dental Journal. 8:133-137. Abstract
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L Ugboko, V, Olasoji O, Ogunbodede E.  1998.  Cervicofacial actinomycosis after partial mandibular resection: Case report, 1998/03/01. East African medical journal. 75:122-3. Abstract

An unusual case of cervicofacial actinomycosis in a 60-year old male Nigerian is reported. The patient had had partial mandibular resection for plexiform ameloblastoma one year earlier with insertion of Kirschner wire to serve as a splint. The authors highlight the possible pathophysiology of this condition. It is suggested that clinicians be aware of the various modes of presentation and natural history of the disease to facilitate prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment. This will assist in forestalling the numerous complications that may result from actinomycosis.

Ogunbodede, E, Adamolekun B, Akintomide A.  1998.  Oral Health and Dental Treatment Needs in Nigerian Patients with Epilepsy, 1998/07/01. Epilepsia. 39:590-4. Abstract

We determined the prevalence of oral disorders and the dental treatment needs of outpatients with epilepsy.A questionnaire was administered to 56 consecutive patients (35 males, 21 females) presenting to an outpatient clinic. All patients underwent dental examinations. The clinical and diagnostic features of each patient's epilepsy were also obtained.
The mean age (+/-SD) of the patients was 25.1 +/- 12.1 years (range, 12-56 years). Of 9 patients receiving phenytoin (PHT) monotherapy, 3 (33.3%) had gingival hypertrophy; 15 of 18 (83.3%) patients receiving PHT in combination with phenobarbital (PB) manifested the disorder. Traumatized anterior teeth were found in 26 (46.4%) patients with the males significantly more affected than females (p = 0.02). When the dental treatment needs were considered, 24 (42.9%) patients required dental prophylaxis with oral hygiene instruction, and an equal number required various types of restorative treatments. Only 13 patients (23.2%) had previously visited a dental clinic; the 43 (76.8%) who had never sought dental treatment claimed they did not see any need for it.
Our study showed an increased predilection to anterior dental injuries in patients with epilepsy as compared with the prevalence earlier reported for those without epilepsy in Nigeria (p = 0.00). There is a clear need for effective interaction between medical and dental practitioners in the management of epilepsy.

Ogunbodede, E, Adamolekun B, Akintomide A.  1998.  Oral Health and Dental Treatment Needs in Nigerian Patients with Epilepsy, 1998/07/01. Epilepsia. 39:590-4. Abstract

We determined the prevalence of oral disorders and the dental treatment needs of outpatients with epilepsy.A questionnaire was administered to 56 consecutive patients (35 males, 21 females) presenting to an outpatient clinic. All patients underwent dental examinations. The clinical and diagnostic features of each patient's epilepsy were also obtained.
The mean age (+/-SD) of the patients was 25.1 +/- 12.1 years (range, 12-56 years). Of 9 patients receiving phenytoin (PHT) monotherapy, 3 (33.3%) had gingival hypertrophy; 15 of 18 (83.3%) patients receiving PHT in combination with phenobarbital (PB) manifested the disorder. Traumatized anterior teeth were found in 26 (46.4%) patients with the males significantly more affected than females (p = 0.02). When the dental treatment needs were considered, 24 (42.9%) patients required dental prophylaxis with oral hygiene instruction, and an equal number required various types of restorative treatments. Only 13 patients (23.2%) had previously visited a dental clinic; the 43 (76.8%) who had never sought dental treatment claimed they did not see any need for it.
Our study showed an increased predilection to anterior dental injuries in patients with epilepsy as compared with the prevalence earlier reported for those without epilepsy in Nigeria (p = 0.00). There is a clear need for effective interaction between medical and dental practitioners in the management of epilepsy.