prevalence of trichomonas vaginalis infection among young reproductive age women in india: implications for treatment and prevention.trichomonas vaginalis infection is the most common curable sexually transmissible infection (sti) worldwide. the present study describes the burden and correlates of t. vaginalis infection among young reproductive age women in mysore, india.200919917204
bacterial vaginosis and risk for trichomonas vaginalis infection: a longitudinal analysis.: bacterial vaginosis (bv) and trichomonas vaginalis (tv) have been estimated to affect one-quarter to one-third of sexually active women worldwide, and are often found concurrently. few studies have examined this relationship longitudinally to better understand the direction and temporality of this association.201121844747
etiology and determinants of sexually transmitted infections in karnataka state, south india.syndromic case management remains the cornerstone for sti (sexually transmitted infection) treatment in many countries. we undertook this study to better understand the etiology of stis in adults in south india and to inform sti management guidelines.201019901864
simple and inexpensive point-of-care tests improve diagnosis of vaginal infections in resource constrained settings.bacterial vaginosis (bv) and trichomonas vaginalis infection (tv) have been associated with adverse birth outcomes and increased risk for hiv. we compare the performance of simple inexpensive point-of-care (poc) tests to laboratory diagnosis and syndromic management of bv and tv in poor settings.200919392745
prevalence and correlates of bacterial vaginosis among young women of reproductive age in mysore, india.bacterial vaginosis (bv) is the most common cause of abnormal vaginal discharge among women of childbearing age and is associated with sti/hiv and adverse birth outcomes. the objective of this study was to determine the prevalence and correlates of bv among young women of reproductive age in mysore, india.200818445948
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