1 iad of arthritis, conjunctivitis/iritis, and urethritis.
2 tion of symptoms in patients with idiopathic urethritis.
3 n men is an important cause of nongonococcal urethritis.
4 r incubation than specimens from men without urethritis.
5 eisseria gonorrhoeae causes severe exudative urethritis.
6 requently asymptomatic but can be a cause of urethritis.
7 n was erroneously diagnosed as nongonococcal urethritis.
8 ize the male urethra and to cause gonococcal urethritis.
9 had urethritis and 49 controls did not have urethritis.
10 of the same cell type in men with gonococcal urethritis.
11 igher than those in seropositive men without urethritis (12.4 vs 1.51 x 10(4) copies/mL, p = 0.035),
12 associated with a 6.5-fold increased risk of urethritis (95% confidence interval, 2.1-19.5), which su
13 This can result in urethritis, akin to the syndrome caused by its sister sp
14 most environmentally similar to cystitis and urethritis, all of which are inflammatory diseases.
15 genital tract of patients with nongonococcal urethritis, also colonizes airway cells along with M. pn
16 f bacterial vaginosis-associated bacteria in urethritis, although results are inconsistent regarding
17 receptor mutant was incapable of initiating urethritis, although the same inoculum size of the wild-
18 135 HIV-1-seropositive men in Malawi; 86 had urethritis and 49 controls did not have urethritis.
19 for enteric conversion (EC) were leak (14%), urethritis and extravasation (7%), and chronic hematuria
20 cimens from patients with genital ulcers and urethritis and from healthy blood donors.
21 Men with nongonococcal urethritis and GUD shed significantly greater quantities
22 g cause of chlamydia-negative, nongonoccocal urethritis and has been directly implicated in numerous
23 e 1g dose at achieving cure of M. genitalium urethritis and importantly did not reduce the selection
24 asma genitalium (MG) can cause nongonococcal urethritis and is potentially associated with urethritis
25 The varied etiologies of urethritis and lack of diagnostic options for some organ
26 m-mediated, chlamydia-negative nongonococcal urethritis and other M. genitalium-linked infectious eti
27 lium is a human bacterial pathogen linked to urethritis and other sexually transmitted diseases as we
28 lium is a human bacterial pathogen linked to urethritis and other sexually transmitted diseases.
29 transmitted disease, including nongonoccocal urethritis and pelvic inflammatory disease.
30 ically for the treatment of diseases such as urethritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
31 llow-up, to evaluate syndromic management of urethritis and the effects of human immunodeficiency vir
32 epidemiologic characteristics of men with Nm urethritis and the molecular and phylogenetic characteri
33 compared in HIV-1 RNA-seropositive men with urethritis and with or without genital ulcer disease (GU
34 specimens in individuals with non-gonococcal urethritis and, more recently, from respiratory and syno
35 controlling for age, race, history of prior urethritis, and chlamydial infection, M. genitalium was
36 nfection (STI) that can result in vaginitis, urethritis, and preterm birth.
37 wer urinary tract symptomatology, idiopathic urethritis, and the passage of ureteral calculi.
38 pproaches for the treatment of M. genitalium urethritis are required.
39 Previously identified allelic patterns in urethritis-associated N. meningitidis strains may reflec
40 chomatis- and Neisseria gonorrhoeae-mediated urethritis by immunoblotting for the epithelial defensin
41 Between January and November 2015, 75 urethritis cases due to a distinct Nm clade occurred amo
42 n Columbus, Ohio, are linked to increased Nm urethritis cases in multiple US cities, including Atlant
43 Seventy-five Nm urethritis cases were confirmed by biochemical and polym
44 indicating that urogenital colonization and urethritis caused by N. meningitidis are possible across
45 syndromes associated with the infection (ie urethritis, cervicitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease)
46 rn about Mycoplasma genitalium as a cause of urethritis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID
47 male urogenital disease syndromes, including urethritis, cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID
48 and that they form a unique clade (the US Nm urethritis clade, US_NmUC).
49 The cc11 US_NmUC isolates causing urethritis clusters in the United States may have adapte
50 rse N. meningitidis isolates associated with urethritis, collected independently over a decade and ac
51 gical cure in men with Mycoplasma genitalium urethritis during 2013-2015 and compared this to cases t
52 rethritis and is potentially associated with urethritis, endometritis, and cervicitis.
53 HIV-1-seropositive men with urethritis had HIV-1 RNA concentrations in seminal plasm
54 Recently, clusters of Nm urethritis have emerged primarily among heterosexual mal
55 response to a large increase in cases of Nm urethritis identified among men presenting for screening
56 the wild-type parent strain, FA1090, causes urethritis in >90% of inoculated volunteers.
57 and tested its ability to cause experimental urethritis in human male volunteers.
58 A1 protease production to cause experimental urethritis in males.
59 utcomes, such as urethritis or nongonococcal urethritis in men and adverse reproductive sequelae in w
60 talium (MG) is associated with nongonococcal urethritis in men and cervicitis in women.
61 lly transmitted disease syndromes, including urethritis in men and cervicitis, endometritis, pelvic i
62 has been causally linked with nongonococcal urethritis in men and cervicitis, pelvic inflammatory di
63 ion is associated with MPC and PID in women, urethritis in men, and inflammation in both.
64 genitalium is associated with nongonoccocal urethritis in men, its role in MPC, the corresponding sy
65 aplasma urealyticum has been associated with urethritis in men, obstetric problems in women, and resp
66 rallel events that occur during experimental urethritis in volunteers.
67 These results suggest that urethritis increases the infectiousness of men with HIV-
68 d non-C. trachomatis-infected, nongonococcal urethritis-infected males were analyzed for cytokine, to
69 e have previously shown that the presence of urethritis is associated with an eightfold increase in v
70 ogenic role of Mycoplasma genitalium in male urethritis is clear, fewer studies have been conducted a
71 ting Mycoplasma genitalium as an etiology of urethritis is growing.
72 yet the etiology in the majority of cases of urethritis is unclear.
73 Targeting of gonococcal urethritis may be a particularly effective strategy.
74 or genital tract inflammation in the form of urethritis (n = 43) or a dermatology clinic (controls, n
75 pirical antibiotic therapy for nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) and cervicitis is aimed at Chlamydia tr
76 enitalium is a common cause of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) and cervicitis.
77 potential pathogens with acute nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) in heterosexual men presenting to an ur
78 eria gonorrhoeae infection and nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) in men.
79 is one of the major causes of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) worldwide but an uncommon sexually tran
80 ections (STIs) associated with nongonococcal urethritis (NGU).
81 inconsistently associated with nongonococcal urethritis (NGU).
82 Trichomonas is a cause of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU); however, studies of its prevalence in
83 doxycycline is recommended for nongonococcal urethritis (NGU); recent evidence suggests their efficac
84 tive men with similar CD4 cell counts and no urethritis or exposure to antiretroviral drugs.
85 ation with adverse disease outcomes, such as urethritis or nongonococcal urethritis in men and advers
86 tatitis by traditional clinical tests, or of urethritis or urethral pathogens by culture.
87 ; 95% CI, 1.4-4.1), gonococcal/nongonococcal urethritis (OR, 2.3; 95% CI, 1.1-4.7), and age < 25 year
88 ed meningococcal isolates from an ongoing Nm urethritis outbreak among epidemiologically unrelated me
89 irus types 1 and 2 and adenovirus) can cause urethritis, particularly in specific subpopulations.
90 After the urethritis patients received antimicrobial therapy direc
91 eek 1 and week 2 after antibiotic therapy in urethritis patients, and at baseline and week 2 in the c
92 as only induced in a small proportion of the urethritis patients; however, HD5 and HNP1-3 were increa
93 The male Chlamydia urethritis rate increased from 39.4 to 173.6 cases/100,0
94 Men with urethritis received antibiotic treatment according to th
95 Men with suspected urethritis should undergo evaluation to confirm urethral
96 rethral exudates from 12 men with gonococcal urethritis showed that Neisseria gonorrhoeae can invade
97 ere less likely to be treated for gonococcal urethritis than were controls (P < or = 0.001).
98 In men with gonococcal urethritis, the urethral epithelial cell is a site of in
99 e produces an array of diseases ranging from urethritis to disseminated gonococcal infections.
100 re was determined for men with M. genitalium urethritis treated with azithromycin 1.5g using quantita
101 GU toxicity was due to claims indicative of urethritis, urinary incontinence, and/or obstruction.
102 The annual incidences of genital ulcers and urethritis were 4.2% and 15.5%, respectively.
103 Men with Nm urethritis were a median age of 31 years (interquartile
104 uinolone resistance among men symptomatic of urethritis were investigated.
105 Urethral swab cultures from men with urethritis were more likely to be positive with shorter
106 ococcal strains associated with outbreaks of urethritis were reported to share genetic characteristic
107 nt for the STD subjects who were treated for urethritis, with changes being noted in the presence or
108 10 copies/mL) than men with nongonococcal urethritis without GUD.
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