Contact-tracing in patients with genital chlamydial infection.

Abstract

Of 2021 men attending a venereal disease clinic during a 20-month period, 527 (26·1%) harboured Chlamydia trachomatis, 310 (15·3%) Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and 94 (4·7%) both organisms. C trachomatis and N gonorrhoeae were isolated in 163 (15·7%) and 141 (13·8%) respectively of 1039 women attending the same clinic over a one-year period; 44 (4·2%) women… (More)

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@article{Thelin1980ContacttracingIP, title={Contact-tracing in patients with genital chlamydial infection.}, author={Ingrid Thelin and Anette Wennstr{\"{o}m and P. A. M{\aa}rdh}, journal={The British journal of venereal diseases}, year={1980}, volume={56 4}, pages={259-62} }