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Factors affecting co-infection with genital chlamydia and genital gonorrhoea in an urban genitourinary medicine clinic
  1. L Hijazi,
  2. C Thow,
  3. A J Winter
  1. Sandyford Initiative, Glasgow G3 7NB, UK
  1. Correspondence to:
 A J Winter;

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Co-treatment for chlamydia is common practice when gonorrhoea is diagnosed in a UK genitourinary medicine setting. In Glasgow, the incidence of gonorrhoea across the city has tripled from 1995 to 2000.1 Given this rise, we investigated whether our practice of co-treatment was of continued benefit. We examined all patients presenting to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary …

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