Trichomonas vaginalis infection among women receiving gynaecological care at an Alabama HIV Clinic

@article{Muzny2013TrichomonasVI,
  title={Trichomonas vaginalis infection among women receiving gynaecological care at an Alabama HIV Clinic},
  author={Christina A. Muzny and Charles A. Rivers and Erika Laine Austin and Jane R. Schwebke},
  journal={Sexually Transmitted Infections},
  year={2013},
  volume={89},
  pages={514 - 518}
}
Objective Trichomoniasis vaginalis is a risk factor for the acquisition and transmission of HIV. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of T vaginalis (using culture) among HIV-infected women receiving gynaecological care at an university HIV clinic in Alabama in addition to predictors of infection. Methods Electronic medical record review of women presenting to the clinic for gynaecological care during 2006–2012 was performed. Demographic and sexual history data was… 

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