Epidemiology of chlamydial
infection: Are we losing ground?
Randomized double-blind trial of the effect of vitamin C on dyspareunia and vaginal discharge in women receiving doxycycline and triple sulfa for chlamydial
Over the 12-month follow-up period, 42 females in the intervention group had a chlamydial
infection, compared with 67 in the control group (risk ratio, 0.
As disenfranchised populations likely suffer greater adverse health consequences and are underrepresented in reports of epidemiology and infection, this report examines the epidemiology of chlamydial
infection and associated risk factors in select socially marginalized subpopulations in low-income urban Peru.
The new guideline introduces a screening cutoff at age 25 because women age <25 years are 5 times more likely than women age >30 to have chlamydial
Epidemiologic studies suggest that there is an increase in urogenital chlamydial
infection, especially among adolescents and young adults.
THE MODULATORY EFFECT OF MUCOSAL ADJUVANTS ON THE EFFICACY OF A RECOMBINANT VCG-BASED CHLAMYDIAL
Oral contraceptive use and the risk of chlamydial
and gonococcal infections.
Anyone who has sex can get genital chlamydial
infection and the people at risk are those having unprotected sexual intercourse.
In spite of the great progress made on the chemical structure on Chlamydia-LPS (10, 11) little is known of its endotoxic effect and its role in chlamydial
It is estimated that 1% of females in the age bracket of 16 to 19 years were diagnosed with genital chlamydial
infection in a GUM clinic in the UK.
Under the agreement with UMA, the company acquired a first option for exclusive rights to commercialize products for possible use in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all chlamydial
infections, including the disease, chlamydia, caused by the bacterium, Chlamydia trachomatis.