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Panic disorder and phobic anxiety disorders are common disorders that are often chronic and disabling. Genetic epidemiologic studies have documented that these disorders are familial and moderately heritable. Linkage studies have implicated several chromosomal regions that may harbor susceptibility genes; however, candidate gene association studies have not(More)
CONTEXT The term temperament refers to a biologically based predilection for a distinctive pattern of emotions, cognitions, and behaviors first observed in infancy or early childhood. High-reactive infants are characterized at age 4 months by vigorous motor activity and crying in response to unfamiliar visual, auditory, and olfactory stimuli, whereas(More)
Culture is currently considered the "gold standard" for detecting Chlamydia trachomatis infections. We evaluated the Syva MicroTrak enzyme immunoassay (EIA) and Gen-Probe PACE 2 tests, which detect chlamydial antigens and rRNA, respectively. These assays were compared with each other and with culture for the detection of C. trachomatis in cervical specimens(More)
Eighty-nine patients with uncomplicated gonorrhea, including 31 patients (34.8%) infected with penicillinase-producing strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae, were treated with oral ofloxacin (single 400-mg dose) or intramuscular ceftriaxone (250-mg dose). All 47 patients who received ofloxacin and 41 of 42 patients who received ceftriaxone were cured.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The epidemiology and etiology of bacterial vaginosis is poorly understood. Many antimicrobial agents have been studied and suggested as treatment alternatives for this infection. Fluoroquinolones have in vitro activity against some of the organisms associated with bacterial vaginosis and may provide another treatment option. (More)
BACKGROUND Because of the widespread existence of Neisseria gonorrhoeae resistant to penicillin or tetracycline, ceftriaxone is now recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea. There is, however, a need for effective antibiotics that can be administered orally as an alternative to ceftriaxone, which requires intramuscular administration. Cefixime is an(More)
We report a woman who presented with an intractable vulvar ulcer of unknown etiology. Human immunodeficiency virus antibodies and a depressed CD4 lymphocyte count were the only remarkable findings. There was no evidence of syphilis, chancroid, or herpes simplex virus infection. The ulcer healed in association with treatment with zidovudine.
In an open study, a single oral dose of 400 mg of ofloxacin was administered to 40 men and 20 women who required treatment for uncomplicated gonococcal infection. Thirty-six men and 13 women were evaluable. Ofloxacin eradicated 49 of 49 urethral or endocervical gonococcal infections and 1 of 1 pharyngeal infection. There were 55 pretreatment isolates of(More)