community-acquired pulmonary infection due to chlamydia in tropical using enzyme immunoassay and immunofluorescence antigen detection techniques on sputum specimens, four of 260 patients with pulmonary infection resident in tropical queensland were found to be infected with chlamydia. all four chlamydial infections were community-acquired and there was no history of close contact with birds by any of the four patients. one woman was deemed to be suffering with chlamydia pneumonia, while the role of the organism in the pathogenesis of respiratory disease in th ...19921523467
interaction of microbiology and pathology in women undergoing investigations for infertility.cases of endometriosis with no tubal damage are associated with infertility, suggesting an immunological rather than mechanical barrier to reproduction. laparoscopy and falloposcopy results of clinically asymptomatic women undergoing investigation of infertility were correlated with the outcomes of microbiological screening for chlamydia trachomatis, mycoplasma pneumoniae, mycoplasma hominis, ureaplasma species, neisseria gonorrhoeae, neisseria meningitidis and chlamydia pneumoniae.200415763913
the prevalence and clinical significance of chlamydia infection in island and mainland populations of victorian koalas (phascolarctos cinereus).chlamydia infection is known to impact the health of koalas (phascolarctos cinereus) in new south wales (nsw) and queensland, but the clinical significance of chlamydia infections in victorian koalas is not well described. we examined the prevalence of chlamydia infection and assessed associated health parameters in two victorian koala populations known to be chlamydia positive. the same testing regimen was applied to a third victorian population in which chlamydia had not been detected. we exam ...201525588005
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