F. LANCELEY

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The Ministry of Health figures show that 10,705 male cases and 6,970 female cases of early syphilis were notified in this country in 1946. By 1952, owing mainly to penicillin therapy, these figures had dropped to 891 male and 462 female cases respectively. Perhaps as a result of the somewhat uncritical use of penicillin during recent years there are(More)
Trichomonas vaginalis infections in the male have received scant attention.Baumeister and Hollinger (1941), after an intensive search of world medical literature, discovered records of only 145 cases of infection in the male urethra by T. vaginalis. Liston and Lees (1940) reported that they could not find a single paper on the subject in any medical journal(More)
  • F. LANCELEY
  • The British journal of venereal diseases
  • 1958
Trichomonas vaginalis has now been accepted as a cause of infections in the lower genital tracts of both males and females. However, it is often found in considerable numbers in the absence of any clinical symptoms or signs; it then appears to be a harmless saprophyte or commensal. This difference in behaviour has not been satisfactorily explained, although(More)
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