Reiter’s syndrome as a particular manifestation of chlamydial infection
AUTHORS : Protopopova M.A.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : LDC “Bio-Fall”, Voronezh, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Educational
When examining patients using the hardware-software complex “IMEDISFALL” in 17.4% of patients treated with various urogenital pathologies, as well as with damage to the heart, kidneys, joints, chlamidia trachomatis is a diagnostic finding. Chlamidia trachomatis infection was often asymptomatic, or the first stage of the disease – inflammatory – passed “under the mask” of nonspecific urethroprostatitis or adnexitis, cystitis, vaginitis in history. This, on the one hand, indicates the low capabilities of most laboratories, and, on the other hand, the high adaptive properties of chlamydia, which have not yet been studied.