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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The trachomatous inflammation-follicular could alternatively be due to organisms other than C.
Cross-sectional studies from France, Switzerland, and the Netherlands did not detect biovar L in specimens from women with genital or rectal C.
En los estudios llevados a cabo en diferentes paises se han encontrado prevalencias de C.
In a survey of studies published during 19982005, the prevalence of C.
Se agrava la problematica porque la infeccion en la mayoria de los casos es asintomatica y porque es la infeccion bacteriana de transmision sexual mas comun en todo el mundo, sin embargo, en Venezuela y especificamente en el estado Carabobo, no se tiene informacion sobre la prevalencia de esta infeccion en hombres, particularmente en los que arguyen problemas reproductivos, ademas, como en esta y en muchas regiones del mundo no se considera como politica sanitaria la deteccion temprana, es decir, en estadio asintomatico de la infeccion genital por C.
The product does not require purification of total DNA from the urine sample and heating the sample for five minutes at 90 degrees Celsius is sufficient to release enough amplification target that will detect if C.
Doxycycline proved significantly more effective than azithromycin in clearing chlamydial NGU in one study and had a markedly lower C.
Data from two head-to-head comparative trials show that doxycycline proved significantly more effective than azithromycin in clearing chlamydial NGU in one study and had a markedly lower C.
The alternative hypothesis for the ASA production assumes that possible cross-reactivity between antigens of spermatozoa and C.