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Diagnostic, treatment, and reporting criteria for non-specific genital infection in sexually transmitted disease clinics in England and Wales. 2: Treatment and reporting criteria.
  1. M W Adler


    The current methods of treating and reporting non-specific genital infection (NSGI) are described. The most commonly used drug was tetracycline in one or other form. Epidemiological treatment was widely used, particularly for female sexual contacts. There was considerable variation in the reporting criteria for the quarterly returns. The establishment of acceptable and uniform criteria for notification of NSGI is discussed.

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