Table 1

 Conditions diagnosed and services provided at GUM clinics

New STI diagnoses
    Chlamydial infection (uncomplicated and complicated)
    Gonorrhoea (uncomplicated and complicated)
    Infectious syphilis
    Genital herpes simplex (first attack)
    Genital warts (first attack)
    New HIV diagnosis
    Non-specific genital infection (uncomplicated and complicated)
    Chancroid/lymphogranuloma venerum (LGV)/Donovanosis
    Molluscum contagiosum
    Trichomoniasis
    Scabies
    Pediculus pubis
Other STI diagnoses
    Early latent, congenital and other acquired syphilis
    Recurrent genital herpes simplex
    Recurrent and re-registered genital warts
    Subsequent HIV presentations (including AIDS)
    Ophthalmia neonatorum (chamydial or gonococcal)
    Epidemiological treatment of suspected STIs (syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhoea, non-specific genital infection)
Other diagnoses made at GUM clinics
    Viral hepatitis B and C
    Vaginosis and balanitis (including epidemiological treatment)
    Anogenital candidiasis (including epidemiological treatment)
    Urinary-tract infection
    Cervical abnormalities
    Other conditions requiring treatment at a GUM clinic
Services provided
    HIV antibody test
    Sexual-health screen
    Hepatitis B vaccination
    Contraception (excluding condom provision)
    Other episode not requiring treatment