Chlamydial Infections: eMedicine Pediatrics: General Medicine

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Chlamydial Infections: eMedicine Pediatrics: General Medicine

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Overview: Chlamydia infection can cause disease in many organ systems. The most frequent disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) that affects the cervix, urethra, salpinges, uterus, nasopharynx, and epididymis. C trachomatis infection ...

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Tags: Infection, STD, Chlamydia, Urinary System, Urethra, Disease and Condition, Children's Health, Women's Health

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