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CHLAMYDIAL INFECTIONSEssentials of diagnosisMucopurulent cervicitis.Salpingitis.Urethral syndrome.Nongonococcal urethritis in males.Neonatal infections.Lymphogranuloma venereum.General ConsiderationsGenital infection with this organism is the most common sexually transmitted bacterial disease in women. Chlamydiae are obligate intracellular microorganisms that have a cell wall similar to that of gram-negative bacteriaChlamydiae attach only to columnar epithelial cells without deep tissue invasionAs a result of this characteristic, clinical infection may not be apparentInfections of the eye, respiratory tract, or genital tract are accompanied by discharge, swelling, erythema, and pain localized to these areas only. C trachomatis infections are associated with many adverse sequelae due to chronic inflammatory changes as well as fibrosis (e.g. tubal infertility and ectopic

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