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Year : 2003  |  Volume : 69  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 126--128

Study of genital lesions

Dept. of Dermatology & Microbiology, Bowring and LC Hospitals, Bangalore - 560 001, Karnataka, India

Correspondence Address:
B H Anand Kumar
130, 2nd Main Road, Sheshadripuram, Bangalore - 560 020
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PMID: 17642854

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A total of one hundred patients (75 males and 25 females) age ranged from 17-65 years with genital lesions attending the STD clinic of Bowring and LC Hospitals Bangalore constituted the study group. Based on clinical features, the study groups were classified as syphilis (39), chancroid (30), herpes genitolis (13), condylomato lato (9), LGV (7t condylomata acuminata (5), genital scabies (3), granuloma inguinole (2) and genital candidiasis (1). In 68% microbiological findings confirmed the clinical diagnosis. Of the 100 cases 13% and 2% were positive for HIV antibodies and HbsAg respectively.

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