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  • Chikanza, I.; Latif, A.S.; Neill, P.; Mason, P.; Olweny, C.L.M. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 1986-02)
    Typhoid fever is endemic in most of tropical Africa. The common complications encountered include perforation, hemorrhage, acute renal failure, cholecystitis, pyelonephritis and pneumonia. Typhoid meningitis and endocarditis ...
  • Malunga, G.; Mujaji, W.B.; Musarurwa, C.; Nyamayaro, T. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2012)
    Main Objective: To evaluate the effect of Stalanev (Stavudine, Lamivudine and Nevirapine) treatment on plasma lactate levels in adults attending Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital and Wilkins Infectious Diseases ...
  • kiire, C.F. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 1986)
    Duodenal diverticula are rare. A patient with a solitary duodenal diverticulum complicated by ipper gastrointestinal haemorrhage is presented, rhe clinical features and complications of this condition are discussed.
  • Stein, C. M. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 1986-02)
    Patients in Africa often present with advanced malignancy. Fifty patients with cancer of the cervix were interviewed to determine factors contributing to the late diagnosis of cancer. The average patient delay in seeking ...
  • Munyandu, N.T. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2015)
    Introduction: Rheumatic heart disease is still a common problem in Zimbabwe. It has a significant mortality rate due to heart failure, stroke or endocarditis. Timely surgical interventions can reduce mortality. An ...
  • Chikanza, l.C.; Kiire, C.F.; Latif, A.S.; Mason, P.; Neill, P.; Okwanga, P.N.; Olweny, C.L.M. (University of Zimbabwe,College of Health Sciences, 1986-02)
    Salmonellosis is one of the commonest endemic diseases in Tropical Africa. Furthermore, typhoid fever is a disease that is unique to man with no other animal species acquiring an illness similar to man even after oral ...
  • Gangaidzo, I.T. (University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2004)
    Relapsing fever is a group of conditions that is characterized by recurrent febrile episodes interspaced with periods of no symptoms at all. They are arthropod-borne spirochetal infections of the Borrellia genus and occur ...