eISSN 2611-6642
pISSN 2612-5498

Bala Mohammed Audu

The Annals of African Medical Research (AAMR) is a multidisciplinary medical journal published by the College of Medical Sciences, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi Nigeria. AAMR is an open source, peer reviewed and international journal providing rich sources of high impact African medical research outputs and beyond.

Focus, Scope and Objectives

The journal welcomes high quality research works in Biomedicine, Medical and Allied Health Sciences, including Original Articles, Review Articles, Letters to the Editor, Case Notes, Field Notes, Pictures and Reports. The vision of AAMR is to redefine the global perception of Africa’s Medical Research through consistent and persistent publication of high quality research works and to create international medium for scholarly sharing of knowledge between Africa and the rest of the world. The mission of AAMR is to be the front runner, closing the gap in African medical research publication and the global scientific community. Equipped with team of experienced editors and international advisory board made of scholars from Africa, Asia, Middle East, USA, Europe and the United Kingdom. All manuscripts submitted to AAMR shall be subjected to timely peer review and accepted by the editorial board upon satisfactorily meeting all publications requirements specified by both the editorial board and the publisher. Other guidelines and processing fees are specified with the publisher’s guidelines for prospective authors.

Vol 2, No 1 (2019)

Published: 2019-07-31

Frontal plane knee alignment among normal northern Nigerian adults: A radiographic study

Abdullahi Suleiman Gwani, Eduitem Sunday Otong, Sani Abubakar Bello, Hamza Mustapha Ahmed, Dlama Zira Joseph, Yusuf Aliyu

Prevalence of human immunodeficiency, hepatitis B and hepatitis C viruses among antenatal care attendees in Bauchi State, Nigeria

Dada Mansur Mustapha, Danladi Elizabeth Saba’atu, Yusuf Abdu Misau, Mohammed Alkali, Onyi Titus, Bashir Muhammad Faruk, Sani Mohammed Dambam, Iliyasu Hussaini, Abubakar Auwal Alami-Adhama, Madaki Abubakar Ibrahim

Type 2 diabetes mellitus in an obese adolescent girl in Bauchi, northeast Nigeria

Muhammad Faruk Bashir, Idris Abiodun Adedeji, Adamu Sa'idu Adamu, Yusuf Abdu Misau, Nurrudeen Tanimu Dariya, Abbas Mohammed Abdulsalam
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