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genital infections in women attending a genito-urinary clinic in harare, zimbabwe.one hundred women attending a sexually transmitted diseases clinic in harare were examined for presenting features and genital infections. the most common presenting symptoms were of discharge, lower abdominal pain and dysuria, and on examination signs of discharge, inflammation, haemorrhage or ulcers/erosions were noticeable in all women. fourteen women had genital warts. pathogens were detected in 95% of patients. gonococcal infection occurred in 19 women, with 60% of the strains isolated bein ...19902196216
microbial flora of the lower genital tract of women in labour at harare maternity hospital. the puerperal sepsis study group.the vaginal flora of 214 women who had been referred, in labour, to harare maternity hospital was investigated by examination of vaginal washings and of cervical and urethral swabs taken before and/or after delivery. four groups of patients were studied: women who had a normal vaginal delivery (nvd), women who were referred because of meconium stained liquor (msl), women with a history of prolonged rupture of membranes (prom), and women who were delivered by cesarean section (cs). the first thre ...19892505931
susceptibility of zimbabwean streptococcus agalactiae (group b streptococcus; gbs) isolates to four different antibiotics.to establish the susceptibility of zimbabwean gbs strains isolated from hospitalised patients to four antibiotics.200112808772
streptococcus agalactiae (group b streptococcus (gbs)) colonisation and persistence, in pregnancy; a comparison of two diverse communities (rural and urban).to establish the extent of gbs colonisation, persistence of colonisation in pregnancy and influence of obstetric history in two diverse communities (rural and urban) in zimbabwe.200618254462
streptococcus agalactiae colonization and correlation with hiv-1 and hbv seroprevalence in pregnant women from zimbabwe.to estimate the frequency of coinfection of streptococcus agalactiae or group b streptococcus (gbs), hepatitis b virus (hbv) and hiv-1 in pregnant women and evaluate any association between them.201020189288
serotype markers in a streptococcus agalactiae strain collection from zimbabwe.group b streptococci (gbs) from southern african areas have been less well characterized. our objective was to study serotype and serovariant distribution of carrier gbs strains as part of a study of the epidemiology of gbs carriage in pregnant women from zimbabwe.201020966561
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