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The biology of sexually transmitted diseases

Gerald James Stine

The biology of sexually transmitted diseases

by Gerald James Stine

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Published by W.C. Brown in Dubuque, IA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sexually transmitted diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementGerald J. Stine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC200 .S75 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 363 p. :
    Number of Pages363
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1573631M
    ISBN 100697118975
    LC Control Number91071083
    OCLC/WorldCa25480279

    Definition noun, plural: sexually transmitted diseases (pathology) A disease that is primarily contracted through sexual contact Supplement A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is a type of disease that is contracted mainly by sexual contact, e.g. vaginal intercourse, anal sex, and oral sex. Some of these diseases are acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), chancroid, chlamydia. Introduction to Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Syphilis is one of many sexually transmitted infections. A sexually transmitted infection (STI)is an infection caused by a pathogen that spreads mainly through sexual generally involves direct contact between mucous membranes or .

    Scope SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD) is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes the submission of papers on clinical, laboratory, immunological, epidemiological, behavioral, public health, and historical topics pertaining to Sexually Transmitted Diseases and related fields. The Journal publishes: Original Articles Reports of newly delineated syndromes; new investigations into . Sexually transmitted diseases(STD’s) Diseases which are transmitted through sexual intercourse with infected person are called sexually transmitted diseases or venereal diseases or reproductive tract infections. (RTI) Gonorrhea, syphilis, genital herpes, genital warts, hepatitis, AIDS, chlamydiasis are sexually transmitted diseases.

      Sexually transmitted diseases may cause serious complications including pelvic inflammatory diseases, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, chronic pelvic pain, cancer, and death. An infected mother may also affect the health of her offspring. Regular pap smear and medical exams are strongly recommended for all sexually active women. Sexually transmitted infection (STI) has been preferred since the s to sexually transmitted disease (STD), which in turn replaced venereal disease or diseases (VD) in the s. 2 Michael Worboys, Spreading Germs: Disease Theories and Medical Practice in Britain, – (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).


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The biology of sexually transmitted diseases by Gerald James Stine Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexual intercourse is the main route of transmis­ sion of a wide range of infections, and a signifi­ cant route for many others. Sexually transmitted infections caused by bacterial, fungal and protozoal agents have been curable with antimicrobial agents for over 40 years.

In spite of this, such sexually transmitted. Diagnosis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Methods and Protocols strives to cover the full range of molecular testing for STI. Chapters cover a variety of topics such as aspects of DNA extraction from small volume samples or difficult tissues, simple, nested or multiplex PCR, use of duplex primers or other modifications of primers and PCR.

Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to shape future management.

Read more Read less click to open popover. Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to shape future management.

Kindle Edition, pagesPages: Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Physician Tells You What You Need to Know (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book) by Lisa Marr MD | Sep 4, out of 5 stars 9. The most respected, all-in-one global STD reference - now in full-color With a level of detail and scientific rigor that no other text can match, Sexually Transmitted Diseases takes you through all.

No question about it -- this book is the ultimate resource for information about sexually transmitted diseases. -- Doody's Review Service" With a level of detail and scientific rigor that no other text can match, Sexually Transmitted Diseases takes you through all aspects of STDs, from epidemiology to diagnosis and public health s: 5.

Download Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Practical Guide for Primary Care free pdf Download Ebook Get it $10 USD Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Guide for Primary Care, second edition, covers the diagnosis and treatment of STDs and other information critical to patient care and reflects the last five years of significant changes in information about STDs.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infections transmitted from an infected person to an uninfected person through sexual contact. STDs can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites.

Examples include gonorrhea, genital herpes, human papillomavirus infection. Sexually transmitted diseases are the name given collectively to the diseases which spread sexually.

However, every STD is not sexually transmitted; they can spread through non-sexual contact also. Non-contact modes include transfusion of contaminated blood and tissue, breastfeeding, sharing of syringes, etc.

STDs like AIDS can be passed from. Sexually Transmitted Diseases book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An authoritative, comprehensive, and fully up-to-date revisi /5(5). Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Treatment Guidelines, (1). These recommendations should be regarded as a source of clinical guidance rather than prescriptive standards; health-care providers should always consider the clinical circumstances of each person in the context of local disease prevalence.

Although usually sexually transmitted, this disease is occasionally acquired from infected toilet or sauna seats, paper towels, or clothing. The organism infects the vagina and urethra of females and affected women experience vaginitis, vaginal discharge, and painful urination.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stine, Gerald James. Biology of sexually transmitted diseases. Dubuque, IA: W.C. Brown, © (OCoLC) Molecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases Series) [David Wright] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the.

Featuring an exciting new full-color format, the fourth edition of Sexually Transmitted Diseases delivers the most encyclopedic overview of the clinical, microbiological, and public health aspects of STDs, including HIV.

Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to shape future management.

Summary. These guidelines for the treatment of persons who have or are at risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) were updated by CDC after consultation with a group of professionals knowledgeable in the field of STDs who met in Atlanta on April 30–May 2, Sexually Transmitted Diseases present a major public health challenge.

Over 25 diseases can be transmitted through sexual activity, and effective treatment, especially where long term infection can lead to further health problems, and in women infertility, requires good diagnostic skills and understanding of the best treatment methods.

A treatise of sexually transmitted diseases. It covers epidemiology, biology, and clinical management. It reflects the issues such as long-term management of HIV patients, diagnostic technology, research and clinical data on prevention and control, and emerging and re-emerging diseases.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have been described as “hidden epidemics,” comprising 5 of the top 10 most frequently reported diseases in the United States. An estimated 12 million new cases of STDs occur each year in the U.S., which has the highest rate among all developed countries.Summary: Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to.

A "disease" is usually an obvious medical problem with clear signs and symptoms. "Infection" with an STI may or may not result in disease. This is why many individuals and organizations working in health are moving toward using the term "sexually transmitted infection" rather than "sexually transmitted disease.".