Non-specific (non-gonococcal) urethritis.


A report is made of a small study of ureaplasmas and chlamydias in 32 cases of non-specific urethritis. Erythromycin was used as a therapeutic agent and found to be reasonably effective.

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@article{Rana1978NonspecificU, title={Non-specific (non-gonococcal) urethritis.}, author={Chirag Rana and Jon Forsyth and Katharine Semmens}, journal={The Medical journal of Australia}, year={1978}, volume={1 8}, pages={409-10} }