C. trachomatis

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Noun1.C. trachomatis - bacteria responsible for the sexually transmitted diseases chlamydia and lymphogranuloma venereum
chlamydia - coccoid rickettsia infesting birds and mammals; cause infections of eyes and lungs and genitourinary tract
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gonorrhoeae and C. trachomatis positivity did not differ significantly between the intervention and control groups at 90-day follow-up (4.4 and 10.4 percent, respectively; P = 0.07); however, the intervention group had a significantly higher differential rate of decrease (34.4 versus 4.4 percent compared with 25.6 versus 10.4 percent; P = 0.02).
To determine how representative participants were of all asymptomatic MSM attending MSHC, we compared positivity for rectal C. trachomatis and N.
Chlamydiae comprises 11 species that are pathogenic.[7] C. trachomatis and C.
Both increased incidence of C. trachomatis infection and the efficacy of antibiotic therapy in preventing total tubal occlusion, after an episode of salpingitis, are related to increased incidence of ectopic pregnancy [3].
C. trachomatis was initially propagated in McCoy cells and C.
In the present paper we report that RESV has a significant inhibitory effect on C. trachomatis propagation in McCoy cells.
En los estudios llevados a cabo en diferentes paises se han encontrado prevalencias de C. trachomatis entre 1.7% y 25%, siendo mas alta en la poblacion menor de 25 anos (1).
* Sexual partner of a person meeting the probable or confirmed case definition and a positive C. trachomatis from culture or NAAT.
C. trachomatis initially infects the cervix and urethra, causing vaginal discharge and dysuria.