Abdominal necrosis due to mucormycosis following lower segment cesarean section
Mucormycosis is a rare, invasive infection caused by saprophytic fungi Mucorales. It is predominantly seen in immunocompromised patients with devastating scenario. Clinically, it presents with necro...
The role of radiology in the management of omphalopagus: Our experience at university of Abuja teaching hospital
Conjoined twins result from incomplete division of embryonic cell mass in monozygotic, monochorionic, and monoamniotic twins occurring at very early stage of development. We present a set of male co...
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Archives of International Surgery, a publication of Department of Surgery, Ahmadu
Teaching Hospital Zaria,
is a peer-reviewed
online journal with
Semiannual print on
demand compilation of