Treatment of male gonorrhoea with a chlortetracycline-sulphonamide combination.

  • Gill Thomson
  • Published 1959 in The British journal of venereal diseases

Abstract

It is believed that there are many practitioners and public health officers who would now employ a reasonably efficient oral therapy in gonorrhoea in preference to penicillin by injection, even though penicillin rates highly on the score of cost. It may well be that after 10 years the chance of an untoward penicillin reaction will become much greater, even… (More)

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@article{Thomson1959TreatmentOM, title={Treatment of male gonorrhoea with a chlortetracycline-sulphonamide combination.}, author={Gill Thomson}, journal={The British journal of venereal diseases}, year={1959}, volume={35}, pages={254-5} }