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Jan
13

FabReads Digest with Physics 001 (Angular Position)

The angular position of this line is the angle of the line, relative to the reference line, which is fixed in the body, perpendicular to the rotation axis and rotating with the body. This is taken as the zero angular position. The angular position θ is measured relative to the positive direction of the x-axis. […]

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Jan
12

FabReads Digest with Law – 049 (The Judicature Act of 1873-1875)

The Earl of Oxford Case solidified the position of the court of chancery in English Legal System. This resulted in the presence of two courts with different jurisdiction. This caused a lot of distress to litigants who had to go to both courts when in need of equitable and common law remedies. This was because the […]

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Jan
11

FabReads Digest with Clinical Sciences 007 (Functional Anatomy of Testes)

Functional Anatomy of Testes refers to the study of the  anatomy of testes in relation to the functions of the primary sex organs called testes. FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF TESTES Testes are the primary sex organs or gonads in males. There are two testes in almost all the species. In human beings, both the testes are […]

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Jan
09

FabReads Digest with Law – 048 (Trespass to Person – Battery)

According to Gilbert Kodilinye, ‘’battery is the intentional application of force to another person.’’  Thus, it may be explained that battery is the application of force on a person without his consent and without legal justification. Elements of battery: 1. There must be Intention to apply force: To be liable for battery, the plaintiff must establish […]

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Jan
08

FabReads Digest with Clinical Sciences – 006 (Lymph Node)

LYMPH NODES Lymph nodes are small glandular structures located in the course of lymph vessels. The lymph nodes are also called lymph glands or lymphatic nodes. STRUCTUTRE OF LYMPH NODES Each lymph node constitutes masses of lymphatic tissue, covered by a dense connective tissue capsule. The structures are arranged in three layers namely cortex, paracortex […]

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Jan
07

FabReads Digest with Law – 047 (Terminologies Under Land Law – Title to land)

In an action for declaration of title, the person claiming title must prove facts that will convince the court that the person claiming title is the rightful owner of the property in dispute. Title has always been associated with possession. The person entitled to possession is also assumed to be entitled to title of the land. […]

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Jan
06

FabReads Digest with Clinical Sciences – 005 (Blood Transfusion)

Blood  transfusion is the process of transferring blood or blood components from  one person (the donor) into the  bloodstream of  another person (the recipient). BLOOD TRANSFUSION. Blood transfusion is the process of transferring blood or blood components from  one person (the donor) into the bloodstream of  another person (the recipient). Transfusion is done as a […]

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Jan
05

FabReads Digest with Law – 046 (Trespass to Person – Assault)

Kodilinye(Nigerian  Law of Torts, op.cit.p.12), defines assault as ‘’any act which puts the plaintiff in fear that battery is about to be committed against him.’’ It does not have a universal definition. Elements of Assault 1. It must be direct and intentional: It has to be proved that the action of the tortfeasor was intentional and directed towards […]

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Jan
04

FabReads Digest with Clinical Sciences – 004 (Adrenal Glands)

Adrenal glands are  called the  ‘life-saving glands’  or ‘essential endocrine glands’.  It is because  the absence of  adrenocortical hormones causes death within 3  to 15 days and absence of  adrenomedullary  hormones, drastically decreases the resistance to  mental and physical stress. FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF ADRENAL  GLANDS There are two adrenal  glands. Each gland  is situated on […]

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Jan
01

FabReads Digest with Law – 045 (Sources of Nigerian Law)

Nigerian land law has five main sources which are the Nigerian Constitution, the Customary Law, Received English Law, Judicial Precedent and The Land Use Act 1978. THE NIGERIAN CONSTITUTION OF 1999: S44 of the CFRN of 1999(as amended) provides that every person is entitled to hold properties in any part of Nigeria and that no such […]

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