Chlamydia trachomatis infections--the Royal Women's Hospital experience.

During the 18-month period from December 1, 1985 to May 31, 1987 Chlamydia trachomatis was the most-common sexually-transmitted agent to be identified at the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne. It was isolated from 4% of all specimens for which such culture was requested and was found five-times more frequently than was Neisseria gonorrhoeae. A review of the… (More)