PROFESSOR O.O. ADEODU
DEPARTMENT OF PEADIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
TOP TEN PUBLICATIONS OF PROFESSOR O.O. ADEODU
(i). Adekile AD, Adeodu O.O, Jeje AA and Odesanmi WO.
Persistent gross splenomegaly in Nigerian patients with sickle cell anaemia: relationship to malaria. Ann Trop Paed 1988; 8: 103-107
(ii). Adeodu O.O, Adekile AD, Jeje AA and Adedeji FA.
Serum immunoglobulins A and M in sickle cell patients in Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
East African Med J 1989; 66(10): 631-635
(iii). Adeodu O.O and Adekile AD.
Clinical and laboratory features associated with persistent splenomegaly in Nigerian children with sickle cell anaemia.
Acta Paediatr Scan 1990; 79 (6/7): 687 –690.
(iv). Adekile AD, Adeodu O.O, Reindorf CA, Johnson W and Dairo BA.
Pitted red cell counts in Nigerian children with sickle cell anaemia: relationship to splenic size and age. J Natl Med Ass 1991; 83(4): 329-331.
(v). Adekile AD, Mckie Km, Adeodu O.O, Sulzer AJ, Liu JS, Mckie VC et al.
Spleen in sickle cell anaemia. Am J Hematol 1993; 42: 316-321.
(vi). Adeodu O.O, Adekile AD, Alimi T and Jegede Muyiwa.
Children with sickle cell anaemia: mothers’ perception of the effects of the disease on intra-family relationships and emotional status of family members.
Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal 1998; 5(3): 105-110
(vii). Adeodu O.O, Alimi T and Adekile AD.
A comparative study of perception of sickle cell anaemia by married Nigerian rural and urban women. West Afr J Med 2000; 19(1): 1-5
(viii). Adeodu O.O, Adetiloye VA and Dairo BA.
Chronic hepatomegaly in steady-state haemoglobin S children: some clinical and abdominal duplex ultrasonographic observations.
West Afr J Med 2001; 20(3): 208-213
(ix). Adeodu O.O, Jegede OA and Oyedeji GA.
Trace element status and early physical growth of exclusively breastfed normal and asphyxiated Nigerian babies. Afr J Med med Sci 2002; 31: 131-135.
(x). Adegoke S.A, Olowu WA, Adeodu O.O, Elusiyan JB and Dedeke IO.
Prevalence of overweight and obesity among children in Ile-Ife, South-West Nigeria. West Afr J Med 2009; 28(4): 216-221.