IF contributions to research projects:|
- Combined endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus cauterization for Hydrocephalus in infants and children with special emphasis on the developing world. Dr. Warf, BC
- Quality of life for families with spina bifida in Kenya. Trop Doct.2008; 38: 160-162 by van't Veer et al. under supervision of Dr Poenaru and Dr Bransford
- Clean Intermittent Catheterization: Overview of Results in 194 Patients with Spina Bifida. Agnes Jeruto RN, Dan Poenaru, Richard Brainsford
Published in The African Journal of Paediatric Surgery
- Hydrocephalus in Uganda: the predominance of infectious origin and primary management with endoscopic third ventriculostomy. Dr. Warf, BC. Journal of Neurosurgery (Pediatrics 1) 102:1-15, 2005.
- Comparison of 1-year outcomes for the Chhabra and Codman-Hakim Micro Precision shunt systems in Uganda: a prospective study in 195 children, Dr. Warf, BC: J Neurosurg (Pediatrics 4) 102:358-362, 2005
- Comparison of third ventriculostomy alone and in combination with choroid plexus cauterization in infants younger than 1 year of age: a prospective study in 550 African children, Dr. Warf, BC: J Neurosurg (Pediatrics 6) 103:475-481, 2005
- Warf BC, Campbell JW. Combined endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus cauterization (ETV/CPC) as primary treatment of hydrocephalus for infants with myelomeningocele: Long-term results of a prospective intention to treat study in 115 African infants. (In press, Journal of Neurosurgery Pediatrics, November 2008)
- Neural tube defects in Dar es salaam, a preliminary study to provide a working estimate on the incidence and the pattern of neural tube defects at the Muhimbili National Hospital. ADA Kinasha and Karim Manji. Dr. Kinasha won the price for best Poster presentation at the conference of ' the Society for Reserach into Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus', July 2002
- POST INFECTIOUS HYDROCEPHALUS: The Most Common Cause of Hydrocephalus in Uganda. Benjamin C. Warf, M.D. Lynda MacGowen, R.N.
- ENDOSCOPIC THIRD VENTRICULOSTOMY: Initial Experience at CURE Children's Hospital of Uganda. Benjamin C. Warf, M.D and Lynda MacGowen, R.N.