Risk Factors for Prevalent and Incident Trichomonas vaginalis Among Women Attending Three Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics

@article{Helms2008RiskFF,
  title={Risk Factors for Prevalent and Incident Trichomonas vaginalis Among Women Attending Three Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics},
  author={Donna J Helms and Debra J. Mosure and Carol Ann Metcalf and John M. Douglas and C. Kevin Malotte and Sindy M. Paul and Thomas A. Peterman},
  journal={Sexually Transmitted Diseases},
  year={2008},
  volume={35},
  pages={484-488}
}
Goal: Trichomonas vaginalis is the most common nonviral sexually transmitted infection in the United States and may be associated with adverse birth outcomes and may also increase susceptibility to or transmissibility of human immunodeficiency virus. The purpose of this analysis is to describe the epidemiology of T. vaginalis in Sexually Transmitted Disease clinics and characterize the risk factors associated with prevalent and incident T. vaginalis within the same population. Methods: We… 

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