Epidemiology of Gonorrhoea: A DEPARTURE FROM THE TYPICAL INCIDENCE PICTURE.

@article{Morton1963EpidemiologyOG,
  title={Epidemiology of Gonorrhoea: A DEPARTURE FROM THE TYPICAL INCIDENCE PICTURE.},
  author={Robert Morton},
  journal={The British journal of venereal diseases},
  year={1963},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={105-8}
}
  • Robert Morton
  • Published 1963 in The British journal of venereal diseases
A sudden and marked rise followed by an equally sudden and marked fall in the incidence of gonorrhoea in any area constitutes such a departure from the recognized pattern of events in England and Wales as to call for an explanation. Such a variation occurred in recent years in Barnsley and Doncaster. This report is an attempt to explain the phenomenon by comparing the epidemiological factors at work in these towns, with those found in Sheffield and Rotherham. 

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