Ginekol Pol. 1989 Oct-Dec;60(10-12):503-6.



Detection of Chlamydia trachomatis infection of the cervical canal in women with infertility and cervical erosion.


Article in Polish

Roszkowski PI, Laskowska B.



Using the immunoenzymatic test "Pharmacia Chlamydia EIA" the incidence of Chlamydia trachomatis infection of the cervical canal was studied in 141 women from groups of higher risk for this infection. C. trachomatic was found in 5% of women with infertility and 6.2% of women with non-treated cervical erosion.


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