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1. Our Mission

The mission of the AIPM Board is to regularly produce at least two issues per year of a peer-reviewed medical journal of international standard, featuring high quality, informative, educative and current medical and medical-related topics and issues.

2. Our Vision

The vision of AIPM is to be a leading national and, ultimately international medical resource material of high impact factor that is well known and accessed by medical practitioners inside and outside the country.

Annals of Ibadan Postgraduate Medicine

A peer-reviewed international medical journal published bi-annually by the Association of Resident Doctors, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. It is normally published in the months of June and December.


LATEST ARTICLES

CERVICAL SPINAL CORD INJURY FROM A VEHICULAR ACCIDENTAL NEAR HANGING INJURY AND NECK MANIPULATIONS

CASE 1 

D.D is a 30-year old artisan who was seen via the Emergency department of the University College Hospital, Ibadan. He presented with features of a C3 traumatic myelopathy Frankel A (Complete SCI) about 8hrs following passenger motor vehicular accident.  He was standing at the back of a semi-trailer truck being driven through a bush in south-western Nigeria. His neck was inadvertently trapped by a telephone wire line hanging between two trees in the bush. It was an apparent incomplete hanging with his feet still in contact with the truck. He remained fully conscious but immediately became quadriplegic with no evidence of strangulation. 

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LATE THIRD TRIMESTER ULTRASOUND DIAGNOSIS OF DUODENAL ATRESIA

CASE STUDY

A 34-year-old Gravida 4 Para 3 primary school teacher presented at the ultrasound unit of the Antenatal Clinic (ANC) of the University College Hospital (UCH) Ibadan for a routine third trimester ultrasound scan. 

She booked at the hospital at 26 weeks of gestation and she had two previous ultrasound scans before then at private facilities, both of which revealed no obvious abnormalities. She has no child with birth defect. She was not a known hypertensive or diabetic and she had no known medical illness.

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Annals of Ibadan Postgraduate Medicine is published biannually by the Association of Resident Doctors, UCH Chapter. It is normally published in the months of June and December.


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