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PAMJ Conf Proceedings Supplement 2

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Marco James, Denis Katundu et al.
Although Laryngeal papillomatosis is a rare disease and can be conventionally managed through surgical excision as well as adjuvant therapy yet Laryngeal papillomatosis has high tendency to recur raising its prevalence in the community, airway involvement warrants dangerous complications requiring emergency tracheostomy, especially if clinical cou...Read more
Domaine: Medical/Public health informatics | 16 Jul 2018
Research
Nii Lante Heward-Mills, et al. | 06 Jul 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 06 Jul 2018; 30(199)
Black African communities in the U.K suffer from health disparities compared to the general population. This has been attributed to the lack of culturally sensitive interventions that are meaningful ...Read more
Editorial
Luchuo Engelbert Bain, et al. | 03 Nov 2017
Pan African Medical Journal. 03 Nov 2017; 28(200)
Meaningful progress of medicine depends on research that must ultimately involve human subjects. Obtaining ethical approval therefore, especially in medical sciences, should be a moral reflex for rese...Read more
Research
Umar Ibrahim, et al. | 20 Jun 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 20 Jun 2018; 30(150)
This study sets out to assess the roles of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in post donor health project sustainability in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs), the case of the Bauchi State, Nig...Read more
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Amal Benbella, et al. | 10 Jul 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 10 Jul 2018; 30(204)
The causes of infertility vary widely and differ between regions and within countries. There is no report on this subject in Morocco. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the causes of in...Read more
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David Odoyoh Odatuwa-Omagbemi, et al. | 02 Jul 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 02 Jul 2018; 30(189)
Complications arising from the practice of traditional bone setting is a major contributor to the challenges the orthodox orthopaedic practitioner in Nigeria faces. We share our experience at a multi...Read more
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Review
Abdullah Ebrahim Laher, et al. | 28 May 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 28 May 2018; 30(61)
HIV and HTLV (Human T-ymphotropic Virus) are the only known retroviruses responsible for causing infection in humans. HTLV-1 and HIV-1 are frequent co-pathogens, however, despite its potential for acc...Read more
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Cavin Epie Bekolo, et al. | 02 Apr 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 02 Apr 2018; 29(189)
Many young people do not know their HIV status in sub-Saharan Africa where it is estimated that only 10% of young men and 15% of young women know their HIV status. In a rural community in Cameroon, we...Read more
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Zenab Alami, et al. | 16 Jul 2018
Pan African Medical Journal. 16 Jul 2018; 30(208)
Chordomas are low-grade malignant tumours that arise from remnants of the notochord, usually from within the vertebral bodies It accounts for 1%-4% of malignant primary bone tumours, 50% of which are ...Read more
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African Case Studies for Public Health Volume 2

African Case Studies for Public Health Volume 2.
Ghada N Farhat et al. Pan African Med J. 30(1):17. 31 May 2018.
Conducting a secondary data analysis to estimate the incidence of congenital syphilis in South Africa, 2010 - 2016.
Lazarus Rugare Kuonza et al. Pan African Med J. 30(1):16. 18 May 2018.
Outbreak of pertussis at community A in Dormaa Municipality, Ghana, August 2016.
Florence Nzilanye Iddrisah et al. Pan African Med J. 30(1):15. 18 May 2018.
Investigating a cholera outbreak in Kaiso Fishing Village, Hoima District, Uganda, October 2015.
Monica Okuga et al. Pan African Med J. 30(1):14. 18 May 2018.
Measles outbreak investigation in Southwest Ethiopia, February 2017.
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Investigation of anthrax in an endemic region in Kenya: a mixed methods approach.
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