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The changing pattern of sexually transmitted disease in adolescent girls.
  1. G E Robinson,
  2. G E Forster,
  3. P E Munday


    When girls aged 15-19 attending a sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) clinic in 1972 and 1982 were studied retrospectively, the prevalence of recognised STDs declined both absolutely and as a proportion of the total women studied. The increased number of attendances was accounted for by "other conditions requiring, or not requiring, treatment." An alternative approach for the classification of these conditions is proposed.

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