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Gonorrhoea: an incidence graph of Mersey region data for the 1990s and discussion on the factors behind the changing pattern of incidence
  1. B Bhattacharjee,
  2. A K Ghosh
  1. Department of GU Medicine, Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Prescot Street, Liverpool L7 8XP
  1. Dr Bhattacharjee, Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Arrowe Park Hospital, Upton, Wirral, Merseyside L49 5PE

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Editor,—Gonorrhoea is one of the oldest and a highly infectious sexually transmitted infection. Its prevalence is dynamic and fluctuates over time and is influenced by a number of factors. The incidence of this infection has changed from a trend of steady decline to a recent increase in many parts of the world.1, 2 The pattern of incidence is closely related to socioeconomic conditions.3, 4

An incidence graph of Mersey Region figures (fig 1) for the 1990s and a discussion on the possible factors associated with the changing pattern is presented here. The incidence from the Mersey Region shows a …

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