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Barnett SD, Brundage JF. Incidence of recurrent diagnoses of Chlamydia trachomatis genital infections among male and female soldiers of the US army.
On page 34 of the article, the authors state that reports of C. Trachomatis genital infections were confirmed with “Transcription Mediated Amplification” (GenProbe, San Diego, USA). For this study, cases were ascertained from notifiable medical event case reports from US military medical treatment facilities worldwide. The case reports did not document the specific tests that were used to confirm each diagnosis. The authors regret this error and any confusion it may have caused.