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CUNNINGHAM'S TEXTBOOK OF ANATOMY
THIS excellent little book is unusual in several aspects. At the outset it strikes a welcome change in the title which emphasizes the fact that the statutory venereal diseases are not the onlyExpand
Sexually transmitted disease surveillance.
ABO and rhesus blood group distribution among patients attending veneral diseases clinics.
  • C. Schofield
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of medical genetics
  • 1 June 1966
TLDR
This investigation was planned to find out if there were any differences in the commoner conditions for which patients attend a venereal diseases clinic, as well as investigating malignancy in Dundee. Expand
Serological tests for syphilis in pregnancy. False and missed positive reactions.
  • C. Schofield
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of venereal diseases
  • 1 October 1973
TLDR
This paper reports on the sensitivity and specificity of the various serological tests for syphilis used in the screening of pregnant women in Glasgow in a 3-year period, 1969-1971. Expand
Background of Congenital Syphilis*†
TLDR
It seems that this individual contact between medical and social staff helps in preventing default and is, at the same time, an invaluable source of information. Expand
Syphilis in Mental Deficiency*
per cent. of idiots suffered from inherited syphilis. Equally conflicting have been the results of attempts to determine the part played by syphilis in producing mental deficiency. Jeans and ButlerExpand
Some factors affecting the incubation period and duration of symptoms of urethritis in men.
  • C. Schofield
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of venereal diseases
  • 1 June 1982
TLDR
Patients should be made more generally aware that known contacts may be a source of infection, especially after a break in a relationship, and that they should return to the clinic as soon as symptoms develop, because they may eventually become infected. Expand
Gonococcal Ophthalmia Neonatorum Despite Treatment with Antibacterial Eye-drops
TLDR
There is need for venereologists to collaborate, on consultation and within the maternity hospitals wherever possible, in the screening of antenatal patients for candidiasis and trichomoniasis as well as for gonorrhoea. Expand
Seasonsal variations in the reported incidence of sexually transmitted diseases in Scotland (1972-76).
  • C. Schofield
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of venereal diseases
  • 1 June 1979
The seasonal variation in the quarterly incidence of some sexually transmitted diseases and other conditions in Scotland is compared with that of gonorrhoea and of conceptions leading to live birthsExpand
Personality characteristics of homosexual men suffering from sexually transmitted diseases.
This investigation is the most recent of a series of heuristic studies of patients attending special clinics for sexually transmitted diseases (Wells, 1968, 1969, 1970; Wells and Schofield, 1970).Expand
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