Chlamydial infection in women with cervical dysplasia.

  title={Chlamydial infection in women with cervical dysplasia.},
  author={Julius S Schachter and Emily Hill and Eileen B. King and V R Coleman and P Jones and K. F. Meyer},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  volume={123 7},
The prevalence of antibodies to chlamydiae, particularly to TRIC (trachoma-inclusion conjunctivitis) agents, was studied in women with cervical dysplasia and in women attending selected clinics (obstetrics, cancer-screening, and gynecology). In addition, attempts were made to isolate TRIC agents and herpesviruses from the cervices of these women. TRIC agent recovery rates 4.1 per cent for women with dysplasia, 5.4 per cent for pregnant women, 7.8 per cent in the women's clinic, and 0.8 per cent… CONTINUE READING