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- 1. トリコモナス trichomoniasis
- 2. メトロニダゾール：概要 metronidazole an overview
- 3. 急性子宮頚管炎 acute cervicitis
- 4. 成人男性における尿道炎 urethritis in adult men
- 5. 最新の診療アップデート practice changing updates
- Knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases and sexual behaviours among malaysian male youths.
- Awang H1, Wong LP2, Jani R3, Low WY2.Author information 1* Stamford College, Malaysia.2† Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia.3‡ Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Malaysia.AbstractSummary This study examines the knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among male youths in Malaysia. A self-administered survey was carried out on a sample of 952 never-married males aged 15-24 years. The respondents were asked about their knowledge of STDs, how these diseases get transmitted and their sexual behaviours. The data showed that 92% of the respondents knew of at least one STD (syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia, herpes, genital warts, yeast infection, trichomoniasis or HIV/AIDS). About 95% of them knew of at least one method of STD transmission. Urban and tertiary-educated male youths showed a substantially higher proportion of awareness of STDs and transmission methods compared with their rural and less-educated counterparts. The data also indicated that 10% of the study sample admitted to having had sexual experiences. There were still a large proportion of the respondents who were not aware of STDs other than syphilis and HIV/AIDS and the means of transmission, such as multiple sex partners, including those who claimed to be sexually active. Thus there is a need for more concerted efforts to disseminate information on STDs and transmission methods to a wider audience in Malaysia, especially youths in rural areas.
- Journal of biosocial science.J Biosoc Sci.2014 Mar;46(2):214-24. doi: 10.1017/S0021932013000114. Epub 2013 Mar 12.
- Summary This study examines the knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among male youths in Malaysia. A self-administered survey was carried out on a sample of 952 never-married males aged 15-24 years. The respondents were asked about their knowledge of STDs, how these diseases get transm
- PMID 23480474
- Point of care diagnostics for sexually transmitted infections: perspectives and advances.
- Gaydos C, Hardick J.Author information Division of Infectious Diseases, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.AbstractAccurate and inexpensive point-of-care (POC) tests are urgently needed to control sexually transmitted infection (STI) epidemics, so that patients can receive immediate diagnoses and treatment. Current POC assays for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae perform inadequately and require better assays. Diagnostics for Trichomonas vaginalis rely on wet preparation, with some notable advances. Serological POC assays for syphilis can impact resource-poor settings, with many assays available, but only one available in the U.S. HIV POC diagnostics demonstrate the best performance, with excellent assays available. There is a rapid assay for HSV lesion detection; but no POC serological assays are available. Despite the inadequacy of POC assays for treatable bacterial infections, application of technological advances offers the promise of advancing POC diagnostics for all STIs.
- Expert review of anti-infective therapy.Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther.2014 Feb 3. [Epub ahead of print]
- Accurate and inexpensive point-of-care (POC) tests are urgently needed to control sexually transmitted infection (STI) epidemics, so that patients can receive immediate diagnoses and treatment. Current POC assays for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae perform inadequately and require be
- PMID 24484215
- The antitrichomonal efficacy of garlic and metronidazole against Trichomonas gallinae infecting domestic pigeons.
- Seddiek SA, El-Shorbagy MM, Khater HF, Ali AM.Author information Avian Diseases Department, Animal Health Research Institute Benha Branch, Benha, 13111, Egypt.AbstractTrichomonas gallinae is the causative agent of canker in pigeon. This work was carried out to investigate in the vitro and in vivo efficacy of aqueous water extract of garlic (AGE) on the growth of T. gallinae infecting pigeons compared to those of metronidazole (MTZ). MTZ and AGE were added, at different concentrations, to glucose-serum broth medium containing 1 × 104 trophozoites/ml. In the in vivo experiment, 48 squabs were grouped into four groups. The first group (gr. I) was not infected and not treated. Each squab of the other group was infected with 1 × 104 trophozoites. The second group (gr. II) was infected and not treated. On day 0, the third group (gr. III) was treated with MTZ (50 mg/kg BW) and the fourth group (gr. IV) was treated with AGE (200 mg/kg BW) for seven successive days in drinking water. In vitro study revealed that the MLC, 24, 48, and 72 h post treatment were 50, 25, and 12.5 μg/ml, respectively, for MTZ and 75, 50, and 50 mg/ml, respectively, for AGE. Garlic (200 mg/kg BW) had the highest antitrichomonal effect and shortened course of treatment of pigeons from 7 days in gr. III to 5 days. Squabs in gr. II suffered from macrocytic hypochromic anemia, whereas squabs in grs. III and IV showed normal blood pictures. Serum total protein, albumin, and globulin were increased, whereas AST, ALT, and the total cholesterol were decreased in grs. III and IV when compared to those of gr. II. Pigeons protected with AGE showed increased body weight and reduced mortality percentage than the other groups. Our results indicated that garlic may be a promising phytotherapeutic agent for protection against trichomoniasis in pigeons.
- Parasitology research.Parasitol Res.2014 Feb 2. [Epub ahead of print]
- Trichomonas gallinae is the causative agent of canker in pigeon. This work was carried out to investigate in the vitro and in vivo efficacy of aqueous water extract of garlic (AGE) on the growth of T. gallinae infecting pigeons compared to those of metronidazole (MTZ). MTZ and AGE were added, at dif
- PMID 24488107
- 島田 瑞穂,小松本 悟,桐木 雅史,千種 雄一,松岡 裕之
- 自治医科大学紀要 34, 141-148, 2012-03-01
- 栃木県内の地域中核病院である足利赤十字病院において,寄生虫・衛生動物関連疾患の症例集積を行った。同院が移転開院した2011年7月以前の診療録を可能な限り過去に遡って検索し,最古1993年5月の診療録までを確認し,33例の寄生虫・衛生動物関連疾患を集積した。寄生虫症例として原虫症14例,蠕虫症13例を認めた。原虫症として,赤痢アメーバ症,ランブル鞭毛虫症,現在は真菌症に分類されるニューモシスチス肺炎 …
- NAID 110008922668
- 上顎歯肉に発生した口腔トリコモナス症の一例 : とくに画像所見を対象として
- 山 満,和光 衛,佐野 司,柿澤 卓,松井 隆,才藤 純一
- 齒科學報 110(2), 141-146, 2010-04-30
- NAID 10029356267
- Vaginal Douching in Cambodian Women : Its Prevalence and Association With Vaginal Candidiasis
- HENG Lon Say,YATSUYA Hiroshi,MORITA Satoshi,SAKAMOTO Junichi
- Journal of epidemiology 20(1), 70-76, 2010-01-01
- … Douching was significantly associated with vaginal candidiasis, but not with trichomoniasis or bacterial vaginosis, and this association persisted even after controlling for sociodemographic factors and genitourinary symptoms.<BR>Conclusions: Vaginal douching was very common among Cambodian women visiting MCH clinics. …
- NAID 10026251450
- Trichomoniasis Fact Sheet from CDC. What is trichomoniasis? How common is trichomoniasis? How do people get trichomoniasis? And more... ... Sources Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sexually Transmitted Diseases ...
- Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease that affects both men and women. Learn more from WebMD. ... Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a small organism called Trichomonas vaginalis.
- 性器トリコモナス症、トリコモナス腟炎 trichomonas vaginitis
- (女性のトリコモナス症)膣トリコモナス症、腟トリコモナス症、vaginal trichomoniasis、trichomoniasis vaginalis
- 原虫、トリコモナス属、腟トリコモナス Trichomonas vaginalis。トリコモナス感染、トリコモナス感染症
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