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  1. Dystocia due to Dicephalic Fetus in an Ouda Yankasa Cross Ewe
    Ekaate Ime Oviawe, Halima Yusuf-Ibrahim, Shehu Muhammed, Umaru Adamu, Abubakar Musa Mayaki, Abdullahi Abdullahi Raji, Hassan Nawawi Yahaya, Adewale Ayodeji Adeyeye
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 395-399
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  2. CLINICAL EFFICACY OF GONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE IN TREATMENT OF REPEAT BREEDER CATTLE-A Field Study
    Khaja Mohteshamuddin
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 350-352
    » Abstract » Full-text PDF

  3. TRANSCENDING FROM VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH TO ONE HEALTH: A REVIEW OF VETERINARY MEDICINE ROLE IN HUMAN PUBLIC HEALTH
    Olutayo Olajide Babalobi
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 337-349
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  4. STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF PROBLEM TOPICS/CONCEPTS IN A TRADITIONAL VETERINARY EMBRYOLOGY
    JIBRIN IMAM, SAMUEL ADENIYI OJO, MOHAMMAD HADI SULAIMAN, JAMES OLIVER NZALAK, SUNDAY MAIDAWA MEN, MAGDALENE NKWESHI ALI
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 331-336
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  5. EVALUATION OF BACTERIA AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE PROFILING OF WARA, WHITE SOFT CHEESE IN OYO- STATE, SOUTH WEST, NIGERIA.
    ELIZABETH A AMOSUN, Adeyinka Olamide Agbato, OLUWAFEMI BABATUNDE DAODU, Olufemi Ernest Ojo
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 319-330
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  6. THE USE OF ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR EARLY PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS IN THE WEST AFRICAN DWARF GOAT
    Kenneth Orji Anya, Samuel Okezie Ekere, David Ogwu
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 311-318
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  7. OESTRUS BEHAVIOUR AND HORMONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE OESTROUS CYCLE IN NIGERIAN JENNIES
    Rahila Hassan
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 305-310
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  8. A Case of Bacterial associated post partum metritis in a 4-year old Duroc sow.
    Engo Brenda Egbodo-Oke, Engo Brenda Egbodo-Oke, Samaila Danbirni, Samaila Danbirni, Oladele Philip Oke, Oladele Philip Oke, Eson Joshua Anzaku, Eson Joshua Anzaku, Rahilah Hassan, Rahilah Hassan
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 300-304
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  9. FERTILITY PARAMETERS IN CROSSBRED SOWS TREATED WITH CLOPROSTENOL SODIUM (SYNCHROMATE®) IN ZARIA, NIGERIA.
    Engo Brenda Oke-Egbodo, Kambai Elias Bawa, Agnes Nwannenna, Oladele Philip Oke, Oladele Philip Oke, Rahila Hassan
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 288-294
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  10. SURVEY OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND SOME HEAVY METALS IN GOATS IN ZARIA AND ITS ENVIRONS, KADUNA STATE
    OLUDARE DAVID OMONIWA, CHIDIEBERE UCHENDU, SHEHU U ABDULLAHI, JAMES O BALE, USMAN S ABDULLAHI
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(4): 280-287
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  11. SUSPECTED CASE OF RHABDOMYOSARCOMA IN A CULTURED CLARIAS GARIEPINUS
    Christian Onwuchokwe Okorie-Kanu, Isaiah Okezie Agbakwuru, Ngozi Dike Nwagbara
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  12. PARASITES OF AFRICAN MOURNING DOVE (Streptopelia decipiens) AND THE ASSOCIATED HAEMATOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN NIGERIA
    ABOSEDE Olayemi OMONONA, ISAIAH OLUWAFEMI ADEMOLA, Adetola Kafayat QUADRI
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  13. EFFECTS OF DEXAMETHASONE ON LIVER ENZYMES AND SOME SERUM ELECTROLYTES IN PREGNANT YANKASA SHEEP AND SAHEL GOAT
    DAUDA YAHI, NICHOLAS ADETAYO OJO, Gideon Dauda Mshelia
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  14. Comparative Study of Genetic Influence on the Susceptibility of Exotic Cockerels, Pullets and Broilers to Natural Infectious Bursal Disease Virus
    AMARACHUKWU OLEJIEME IGWE
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  15. RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF EQUINE CASES AT THE VETERINARY TEACHING HOSPITAL, USMANU DANFODIYO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO, NIGERIA (2001-2015).
    Abubakar Musa Mayaki
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  16. FORMALIN-FIXED AND PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED TISSUES OF CHICKENS ARE USEFUL FOR RETROSPECTIVE STUDIES ON PATHOLOGY OF H5N1 HIGHLY PATHOGENIC AVIAN INFLUENZA VIRUS (HPAI) OUTBREAKS IN NIGERIA
    Olatunde Babatunde Akanbi, Sesan Fereidouni, Victor Olusegun Taiwo, Elke Starick, Philip Ademola Okewole, Alfred Binder, Kristin Heenemann, Jens Peter Teifke
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  17. Retrospective occurrence and risk factors associated with cattle parasitic infections in Osun State, Nigeria
    0LA-FADUNSIN Shola David
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  18. DRUGS PRESCRIPTION PATTERN IN DOGS DIAGNOSED WITH PARVOVIRUS ENTERITIS IN SOME VETERINARY CLINICS IN NIGERIA
    GBERINDYER FIDELIS AONDOVER, ABATAN MATTHEW OLUWOLE, APAA TERNENGE THADDAEUS, TION TERZUNGWE MATTHEW
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  19. RABIES VACCINATION STATUS AMONG OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED HUMANS IN NIGERIA
    Oluwafemi Babatunde Daodu, Oluwakemi Christiana Daodu, Isaac D Olorunshola
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
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  20. Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Amblyomma variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) Ticks from Nigeria.
    Ndudim Isaac OGO, Oluyinka Oluseyi Okubanjo, Hajiya Mairo Inuwa, Rowland Agbede
    Nig. Vet. J.. 2017; 38(3): -
    » Abstract » Full-text PDF



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Publisher : Nigerian Veterinary Medical Association
Title : Nigerian Veterinary Journal
Abbreviation : Nig. Vet. J.
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