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Year : 2000  |  Volume : 45  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 118-120

A Study Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases With Application Of Syndromic Approach



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Hasan Hana Choudhury


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The pattern of sexually transmitted diseases in Assam Medical College was studied for a period of one year. The incidence of sexually transmitted diseases was 1.43%. Out of 150 patients the number of patients with genitoulcerative diseases was syphilis 27 (18%), herpes genitalis 26(17.33%), condyloma acuminate 30 (20%), chancroid 11 (7.33%), donovanosis 2(1.33%) and LGV 1(0.67%). Patients with urethral or vaginal discharge comprised of gonorrhoea 4(2.67%) Vulvovaginitis 14 (9.33%), NGU 12(8.00%), trichomoniasis 2(1.33%), balanoposthitis 17(11.33%).


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