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3.  Inactivation of gonococci by procaine penicillin in vivo. A pilot study. 
A pilot study was carried out of 25 male volunteers with gonococcal urethritis. After intramuscular administration of 3 megaunits procaine penicillin and 1 g oral probenecid the urethral culture results for Neisseria gonorrhoeae remained positive up to five hours and thereafter became negative. These results may be useful in providing guidelines for advice on the duration of sexual abstinence following treatment. It is suggested that similar studies should be carried out in women.
PMCID: PMC1045557  PMID: 737516
4.  Duncan Guthrie Chair of Genitourinary Medicine. 
PMCID: PMC1045550  PMID: 367522
8.  Cryosurgery of genital warts. 
PMCID: PMC1045543  PMID: 709351
10.  Which Neisseria? 
PMCID: PMC1045541  PMID: 101277
11.  Carcinoma of the penis developed in lichen sclerosus et atrophicus. 
Malignant change developing in lichen sclerosus et atrophicus is rare in men. A case is described in a 39-year-old man.
PMCID: PMC1045540  PMID: 709350
12.  Efficacy of co-trimoxazole in Donovanosis. A preliminary report. 
Co-trimoxazole (Septrin, Wellcome) was prescribed in a dose of two tablets twice daily for the treatment of 10 patients with Donovanosis. All the patients responded well to this treatment, and the ulcers healed completely within 10 days in eight patients and within 14 days in the remaining two. Ten days' treatment with 40 tablets of co-trimoxazole is suggested as sufficient to treat Donovanosis. No adverse reactions were noted in any patient.
PMCID: PMC1045539  PMID: 709349
13.  Some problems in microscopy encountered in clinics for sexually transmitted disease. 
The actual field diameter of 24 microscopes used in clinics for sexually transmitted diseases has been measured by means of a stage micrometer. The variation in findings is given, and the difficulties in producing accurate measurements are discussed.
PMCID: PMC1045538  PMID: 361169
14.  A survey of the effectiveness of a telephone-answering service. 
A survey was carried out over a two-year period in Exeter to find out what source of information led patients to attend the local clinic for venereal diseases and to evaluate the effectiveness of a tape-recorded telephone message advertising clinic times. Based on the response from patients it seems difficult to justify the cost of installing a telephone-answering service.
PMCID: PMC1045537  PMID: 581356
15.  Unsuspected gonococcal infection in female patients. 
Four hundred and ten female patients attending obstetric and gynaecological outpatient departments were investigated for possible gonococcal infection. All were in their reproductive phase. Forty-two (10.2%) of them harboured Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Of the infected patients, 40.5% had no symptoms at all. Investigation was carried out using a single, endocervical specimen cultured in Chacko-Nair egg-enriched media.
PMCID: PMC1045532  PMID: 709347

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