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    • Gonococcal ophthalmia neonatorum. 

      Brunham, RC; Slaney, L; Ronald, AR; Plummer, FA; Laga, M; Piot, P; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Nsanze, H; D'costa, LJ; Namaara, W; Kunimoto, D (University of NairobiFaculty of medicine, 1987)
    • Gonococcal scalp abscess in a neonate delivered by caesarean section 

      Varady, E; Nsanze, H; Slattery, T (University of Nairobi.Department of Medicine, 1998-12)
      Gonococcal infection in caesarean delivered babies is very rare and is usually limited to ophthalmia neonatorum. The mother had rupture of membranes 14 hours before the caesarean section. The infection was most likely ...
    • Gonorrhea and female infertility in rural Uganda 

      Arya, OP; Taber, SR; Nsanze, H (University of Nairobi.Department of Medicine, 1980-12)
      We studied sociocultural and medical factors in the Teso District in eastern Uganda and the Ankole District in western Uganda to discover the cause of the low and high fertility rates in these respective districts. The ...
    • Gonorrhoea in pregnancy 

      Temmerman, M; Plummer, F; Kiragu, D; Farah, A; Wamola, I; Brunham, R; Piot, P (University of NairobiCollege of Health Sciences,University of Nairobi, 1992)
    • Good laboratory practice. 

      Ojwang, PJ (University of NairobiDepartment of Medicine, 1996-05)
    • Gout in patients attending a rheumatology clinic in Nairobi, Kenya, Healthline -Nairobi 

      Oyoo, G. O. (Department of clinical Medicine and therapeutics , University of Nairobi., 2004)
    • Governance and sustainable development in Africa 

      Okoth, Ogendo Hasting W (University of Nairobi,schoool of law,, 1995)
    • Graciloplasty" in treatment of recurrent complete rectal prolapse: case report 

      Khainga, S O (Department of Surgery, University of Nairobi, 2007-08)
      Gracilis muscle flap was used to treat a seven year old boy with a one year history of recurrent rectal prolapse. Initial perineal surgery in form of Thiersch stitch resulted into failure to control rectal prolapse and ...
    • Granulocytic sarcoma: report of three cases. 

      Mwanda WO.; Rajab Jamilla A. (Department of Haematology and Blood Transfusion, College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi., 1999-10)
      Granulocytic sarcoma (GS) is a rare extramedullary solid tumour composed of malignant immature cells of the granulocytic series. It may herald, accompany or signal acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) or chronic granulocytic ...
    • Grappling with HIV transmission risks: narratives of rural women in eastern Kenya living with HIV 

      Kako PM.; Stevens PE.; Karani AK.; Makandawire-Valhmu L.; Banda, A (Department of Nursing, University of Nairobi, 2012-09)
      As people live longer and more productively with HIV infection, issues of agency in reducing HIV risk are particularly important for HIV-infected women living in high prevalence, underresourced countries such as Kenya. ...
    • Greentree white paper: sexual violence, genitoanal injury, and HIV: priorities for research, policy, and practice. 

      Klot, JF; Auerbach, JD; Veronese, F; Brown, G; Pei, A; Wira, CR; Hope, TJ; M'boup, S (cial Science Research Council , Brooklyn, New York 11201, USA, 2012)
      The links between sexual violence, genitoanal injury, and HIV are understudied but potentially significant for understanding the epidemic's disproportionate impacts on young women and girls, particularly in sub-Saharan ...
    • Gripenberg, Fanconi's Aplastic Anaemia, case report and review of the Literature. 

      Oduori, M.L.; Meme, J. S., (Department of Paediatrics, University of Nairobi, 1975)
    • Groin flaps in closure of multiple defects - series presentaion 

      Khainga, S O; Mutiso, V M; Mulimba, J A O; Gakuu, L N (University Of NairobiDepartment of Orthopaedic Surgery, college of Health Science, university of Nairobi., 2008-06)
      Background: Upper limb injuries are common and are sometimes associated with extensive soft tissue loss. Tissue loss from trauma presents with challenges in management with regard to reconstructive surgery. This usually ...
    • Groin Hernia in Mulago hospital, Kampala. 

      Odula, Paul Ochieng'; Kakande, I. M. (Department of Human Anatomy, Universoty of Nairobi, 2000)
      A prospective descriptive study based on 208 cases of groin hernia that had surgery at Mulago Hospital over a 12-months period beginning on 1st January 2000 was undertaken. There were more males than females. The mean ...
    • Gromerular diseases in Kenya-another look at diseases characterised by nephrotic proteinura 

      McLigeyo, SO (Department of Medicine, University of Nairobi, 1994)
      Renal biopsies were evaluated in 422 patients with nephrotic syndrome at the Kenyatta National Hospital between 1982 and 1993. Three hundred and fifty five (84.1%) of the patients were less than 30 years old (range: 7 ...
    • Gross presentation and histomorphological changes of placentae in patients presenting with intrauterine foetal death at Kenyatta national hospital 

      Owino, A; Gachuno, O; Tamooh, H; Rogena, EA (KMA, 2014)
      Background: There are 3.2 million annual stillbirths, at least 98% occur in low-/middle income countries, and on average, as many as two-thirds of these stillbirths are thought to occur antenatally, prior to labour. The ...
    • A grounded theory of regaining normalcy and reintegration of women with obstetric fistula in Kenya. 

      Khisa, AM; Nyamongo, IK; Omoni, GM; Spitzer, RF (University of Nairobi, 2019)
      BACKGROUND: Obstetric fistula is a reproductive health problem causing immense suffering to 1% of women in Kenya that is formed as sequelae of prolonged obstructed labour. It is a chronic illness that disrupts women ...
    • Group A streptococcal throat colonization is a dynamic phenomenon 

      Dawson, KP; Nsanze, H; Ameen, AS; Mustafa, N (University of Nairobi.Department of Medicine, 2000-03)
      In order to gain knowledge about the nature of group A streptococcal throat colonization of asymptomatic children, we studied a cohort of healthy children selected at random. Those with throat cultures positive for group ...
    • A growing global network's role in outbreak response: AFHSC-GEIS 2008-2009 

      Johns, MC; Burke, RL; Vest, KG; Fukuda, M; Pavlin, JA; Shrestha, SK; Schnabel, DC; Tobias, S; Tjaden, JA; Montgomery, JM; Faix, DJ; Duffy, MR; Cooper, MJ; Sanchez, JL; Blazes, DL; AFHSC-GEIS, Outbreak Response Writing Group; Wangchuk, S; Dorji, T; Gibbons, R; Iamsirithaworn, S; Richardson, J; Buathong, R; Jarman, R; Yoon, IK; Shakya, G; Ofula, V; Coldren, R; Bulimo, W; Sang, R; Omariba, D; Obura, B; Mwala, D; Kasper, M; Brice, G; Williams, M; Yasuda, C; Barthel, RV; Pimentel, G; Meyers, C; Kammerer, P; Baynes, DE; Metzgar, D; Hawksworth, A; Blair, P; Ellorin, M; Coon, R; Macintosh, V; Burwell, K; Macias, E; Palys, T; Jerke, K (University of Nairobi.College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 2011)
      A cornerstone of effective disease surveillance programs comprises the early identification of infectious threats and the subsequent rapid response to prevent further spread. Effectively identifying, tracking and responding ...
    • Growth and development of abandoned babies in institutional care in Nairobi 

      Otieno, PA; Nduati, RW; Musoke, RN; Wasunna, AO (Far East Journal of Theoretical StatisticsDepartment of Paediatrics, University of Nairobi, Kenya., 1999)
      Objective: To determine the pattern of growth and development of institutionalised infants and to compare the outcome with that of infants living with their biological mothers. Design: A cross-sectional survey. Setting: ...