BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH GONOCOCCAL AND CHLAMYDIAL INFECTIONS


M.R. Rakhmatulina

FSBI «State Research Center of Dermatology and Cosmetology» of RMPH, Moscow
The article highlights the issues of management of patients with the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infections - gonococcal and chlamydial infections. The main clinical manifestations of diseases, features of course of complicated and extragenital forms of infection are discussed; the modern methods of diagnosis, indications for examination of patients, and schemes of therapy of gonococcal and chlamydial infections are presented.

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About the Autors


M.R. Rakhmatulina – Doctor of Medical Sciences, Deputy Director for Research and Clinical Work FSBI "State Research Center of Dermatology and Cosmetology" of RMPH; e-mail: 79096405611@yandex.ru


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