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Seroepidemiological survey of chlamydial genital infections in Khartoum, Sudan.
  1. E E Omer,
  2. T Forsey,
  3. S Darougar,
  4. M H Ali,
  5. H A el-Naeem


    A total of 494 patients (90 men and 404 women) attending a sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) clinic in Khartoum, Sudan, were studied to assess the prevalence of chlamydial genital infections. Antibodies to Chlamydia trachomatis serotypes D to K were found in four (4.4%) men and 42 (10.4%) women, and 10 (2.5%) women had antibodies to serotypes A to C.

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