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    • Abdominal actinomycosis 

      Elem, B.; Sinha, S. N.; Parmar, J.; Rao, B. A. (Medical jornal of zambia, 1981-11)
      Actinomycosis is an uncommon chronic suppurative disease with a worldwide distribution. The causative organism, Actinomyces Israeli, presently classified as a gram +ve bacteria (Muir, 1975) is ...
    • Acral nodular lichenification in Zambians - an artefact 

      Dube, M.K.; Attfli, V. R.; Hira, S. K. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1982-10)
      Acral nodular lichenification among two Zambians, acquired through a regular habit of scrubbing the body with stones, is discussed.
    • Acute flaccid paralysis surveillance in Zambia:Progress towards the Polio End Game 

      Ndumba, I.M.; Mazaba M. L.; Matapo, B.; Chirambo, R. M.; Mwambi, P.; Musumbu, P.; Masaninga, F.; Songolo, P.; Mufunda, J.; Monze, M. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 2016)
      In the global polio eradication initiative acute flaccid paralysis cases are followed up two to three months after onset of paralysis to assess recovery of the children. In Zambia AFP cases are followed up regularly but ...
    • Advance in Dermatology II 

      Ratnam, A.V. (University of Zambia, Medical Library, 1980-02)
      When patients see blisters they believe they are serious. The dermatologist is also concerned because there are more than 30 recognised bullous diseases and many are chronic, needing prolonged and careful management. ...
    • Advanced Abdominal Pregnancy 

      Narone, K.S.; Roy, S.S.; Narone, J.N.; Chatterjee, T.K. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1980-12)
      Two cases of ;advanced abdominal pregnancy have been reviewed and two live babies have been delivered. Emphasis has been given to suggestive clinical features which may help in the pre-operative ...
    • Antihypertensive therapy with diureties without potassium supplement 

      Wadhawa, D.N. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 1981-11)
      Compliance is a major problem in maintaining optimum anti-hypertensive therapy, particularly in a asymptomatic mild hypertensives. Drugs with side dose regimen and minimum of side effects have the maximum chance ...
    • Bacterial Liver Abscess 

      Gill, G.V.; Kyle, I.W. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1977-06)
      Bacterial abscess of the liver receives scant attention compared to its amoebic counterpart. However, even with surgical drainage and antibiotic therapy the mortality rate of this condition ...
    • Bacterial Throat Flora in Children with Sickle Cell Anaemia (Hbss) 

      Chintu, C.; Gupta, K.; Osborne, C.; Masona, J. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 1983-10)
      ln 181 cases of sickle cell anaemia (Hbs.S) bacterial throat flora was studied. The commonest organisms' isolated in all age groups were alphahaemolytic streptococci of the viridans group ...
    • Bacteriology of chronic suppurative otitis media among children at the Arthur Davidson Children's Hospital, Ndola, Zambia 

      Matundwelo, N; Mwansasu, C S (University of Zambia, Medical Library, 2016)
      The study aimed to determine the bacteria that cause CSOM and their sensitivity to drugs used in children attending at the Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) clinic at Arthur Davidson Children's Hospital (ADCH) in Ndola. It was a ...
    • Bacteriology of Rural Water Supplies of Mutenda Community District of Chingola, Zambia 

      Fayinka, O.A. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1980-02)
      The sources of water supply for drinking and other domestic uses available to the rural population of Mutenda was analysed bacteriologically by standard techniques presumptive and Differential Coliform tests ...
    • Bacteriology of Rural Water Supplies of Mutenda Community District of Chingola, Zambia 

      Fayinka, O.A. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1980-06)
      The sources of water supply for drinking and other domestic uses available to the rural population of Mutenda was analysed bacteriologically by standard techniques ( presumptive and Differential Coliform tests ...
    • Bed-wetting in Lusaka suburb 

      Haworth, A. (Medical journal of zambia, 1981-11)
      Bed wetting may sometimes be the result of physical pathology or psycho-social stress or it may be due simply to stow maturation - Kolvin (1975) but even when it occurs in older children it may •neither ...
    • Biliary lipids and the paucity of cholesterol gallstone disease in Zambia 

      Lewis, K.O. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1974)
      The concept that cholesterol gallstone formation is the result of precipitation of cholesterol from super-saturated bile has been confirmed by the demonstration that gallstone-containing bladder bile had a concentration ...
    • Biomechanical basis of the tibial recurvation osteotomy 

      Veli, L.; Gurbur, C.; Ahmet, S.; Bari, E. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 1983-07)
      Tibial recurvation osteotomy which was introduced by Lok, et al more than ten years ago has been applied to over 140 patients with a high rate of success. Results depend on the preoperative functional status of the ...
    • Can all research strengthen links between policy and practice in HIV and AIDS prevention, care and support, in Zambia? 

      Shilalukey-Ngoma, M.; Menon, M. A.; Mac'wangi, M.; Serpel, R. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 2007-01)
      This reflection on research and policies on HIV and AIDS is to identify issues that assist to close the policy-practice gap in the prevention, care and support of HIV and AIDS programming, in a resource constrained, ...
    • Cardiac Tamponode Due to Stab Wound 

      Broaidav, V.; Sammon, A.M. (Medical Journal of Zambia, 1982-10)
      A case with intrapericardial injury following a knife assault is reported and its management and prognosis discussed.
    • A case of combined intra-uterine and extra-uterine pregnancy 

      Davis, V.E. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 1976-06)
      Combined intra-uterine and extra-uterine pregnancy is a rare condition (Felbo and Fenger,1966). The first description of a case is attributed to a post mortem study by Duverncy in 1708. A ...
    • A case series report of Tuberculosis patients with Vitamin D deficiency in Zambia 

      Lungu, P.; Lakhi, S.; Mateyo, K.; Mubiana, E.; Mwaba, P. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 2018-01)
      An association of Vitamin D deficiency with Tuberculosis remains a valid assumption. It has been observed that TB is highly prevalent in certain ethnic groupings and regions of the world. Populations with darker skins are ...
    • Chemodectomas 

      Naik, K. G. (Medical journal of Zambia, 1980-02)
      A patholodcal study of six chemodectomas seen during nine years period is presented. The histopathology, diagnosis, and histogenesis are discussed.
    • Chloroquine Resistant Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria Confirmed By In-Vitro Testing in a District Hospital 

      Perry, K.R.; Cairns, J. M.; Hone, M.N. (Medical Journal of Zambia., 1984-01)
      The occurence of chloroquine resistant malaria in the Eastern Province of Zambia is reported. It was possible for a laboratory technician experienced in parasitology to undertake tests for ...