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28.  Non-Specific Urethritis* 
PMCID: PMC1047162  PMID: 13523200
29.  Abstracts 
PMCID: PMC1053785
34.  Herpes vaccine. 
PMCID: PMC1046303  PMID: 6329408
38.  Osteitis in early syphilis: a case report 
Osteitis of the tibia was diagnosed in a patient presenting with secondary syphilis. The course of the illness indicates that pain in bones in secondary syphilis may be the first symptom of an otherwise inapparent osteitis.
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PMCID: PMC1045954  PMID: 7296253
41.  An atypical case of secondary syphilis. 
A 27-year-old man with secondary syphilis had unusual cutaneous lesions of the ear and scalp.
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PMCID: PMC1045862  PMID: 7470832
43.  Carcinoma of the bladder presenting as gonococcal cystitis. 
A patient with gonococcal infection presented with frank haematuria. On subsequent investigation a transitional cell carcinoma was found. Because the haematuria resolved rapidly after treatment with ampicillin no sinister cause for the bleeding was suspected. Since gonorrhoea is rarely associated with gross haematuria, when it does occur a thorough investigation should be undertaken.
PMCID: PMC1045743  PMID: 7388580
44.  Assessment of the Till-U-Test GC slide. 
The Till-U-Test (TUT) GC slide, a simple cultural procedure for Neisseria gonorrhoeae, was compared with a standard procedure using modified Thayer-Martin medium for laboratory confirmation of gonorrhoea in 144 patients. The TUT proved to be slightly more sensitive than the standard procedure. In 92.6% of all patients the results agreed, and in cases with positive results to Gram stain N gonorrhoeae was isolated in 93.6% with the TUT compared with 88.9% with the standard procedure. The TUT slide was easy to handle and produced results sooner than conventional methods. Thus the TUT could be very useful for presumptive diagnosis of gonorrhoea when full laboratory facilities are not readily available, as very little equipment is required.
PMCID: PMC1045737  PMID: 6770956
45.  Pharyngeal gonorrhoea in homosexuals. 
In a prospective survey of 106 male homosexuals, investigations included smears and cultures of material taken from the tonsillar areas. A diagnosis of gonococcal pharyngitis was made in six cases. This is the largest series so far reported from England. The prevalence of gonorrhoea nd less conventional sexual practices must prompt us to investigate gonococcal infection in sites remote from the ano-genital region.
PMCID: PMC1045247  PMID: 1276865
46.  Possible inhibition of N. gonnorrhoeae by C. albicans. A clinical study. 
A probably sifnificant difference (p smaller that 0.05) in the occurrence of gonorrhoea was found between women with and without concomitant C. albicans infection. Although this difference could support the recently reported inhibitory effect by C. albicans on N. gonorrhoeae in vitro another explanation might be the possibility that too many women with vaginal candidiasis and no risk for a gonococcal infection were included in the material. There was nothing to support the in vivo effect of C. albicans on N. gonorrhoeae as negative gonococcal cultures in women known to have been exposed to N. gonorrhoeae could not be correlated with the presence of C. albicans. Until the clinical importance of the inhibitory factor of C. albicans has been studied further, the clinician has to be aware of the possibility of false negative gonococcal cultures from women with vaginal candidiasis.
PMCID: PMC1045146  PMID: 806326

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