NON GONORRHEA URETHRITIS   


 

Symptoms: Painful urination (dysuria); pus from urethra (penis)- urethral discharge; No symptom in female or discharge from cervix
Special signs: Enlarged and tender prostate in prostatitis; rarely edema of penis in male; mucopurulent cervicitis in female; bartholinitis.
Special investigations: Distinguished from gonorrhea by lack of gram negative diplococci; DNA probe; first glass pyuria (>15 leucocytes per 400x microscopic field in the sediment of first-void urine; positive leucocyte esterase test; increase leucocyte count in 1-2cm anterior urethra.

SHORT DESCRIPTION:
Infectious sexually transmissible condition caused by the Chlamydia trachomatis. Infection is similar to gonorrhea but with a longer incubation period .

 

 

 

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