Sexually Transmitted Infections

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  • "First, I... then, we...": exploring the sequence of sexual acts and safety strategies reported during a sexual encounter using a modified timeline followback method.  92:272-275.
  • A behavioural intervention to reduce persistence of bacterial vaginosis among women who report sex with women: Results of a randomised trial.  87:399-405.
  • A cross-sectional study examining associations between substance use frequency, problematic use and STIs among youth living with HIV.  94:304-308.
  • A mixed methods approach to assess the likelihood of testing for STI using self-collected samples among behaviourally bisexual women.  91:329-333.
  • A multi-centre evaluation of nine rapid, point-of-care syphilis tests using archived sera.  82.
  • Acute pulmonary embolism in patients with HIV disease.  75.
  • Aids and globalisation.  76:154-155.
  • Annual report January to December 2003.  80:80-81.
  • Antimicrobial resistance among neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia [5].  77:463.
  • Atypical presentation of lobar nephronia in an adult co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C [6].  81:183.
  • Auditing AIDS reporting. Experience from a central London district 1982-1991.  68:390-393.
  • Bacterial vaginosis - More questions than answers.  73:333.
  • Biologically confirmed sexually transmitted infection and depressive symptomatology among African-American female adolescents.  82:55-60.
  • Cerebrospinal fluid tau concentrations in HIV infected patients with suspected neurological disease.  76:443-446.
  • Chaperoning in genitourinary medicine clinics [2].  79:74-75.
  • Characterising HIV transmission risk among US patients with HIV in care: a cross-sectional study of sexual risk behaviour among individuals with viral load above 1500 copies/mL.  94:206-211.
  • Chlamydia trachomatis OmpA genotyping as a tool for studying the natural history of genital chlamydial infection.  84:541-544.
  • Chlamydial cervicitis and urethritis: Single dose treatment compared with doxycycline for seven days in community based practises.  72:93-97.
  • Crusted ("Norwegian") scabies in a specialist HIV unit: Successful use of ivermectin and failure to prevent nosocomial transmission.  72:115-117.
  • Detection of 14-3-3 brain protein in cerebrospinal fluid of HIV infected patients [3].  76:408.
  • Deterioration of disseminated cutaneous Mycobacterium avium complex infection with a leukaemoid reaction following institution of highly active antiretroviral therapy [6].  77:149-150.
  • Effect of concurrent lower genital tract infections on cervical cancer screening.  73:383-386.
  • Effect of single session counselling on partner referral for sexually transmitted infections management in Bangladesh.  87.
  • Elusive aetiology of bacterial vaginosis. Do lesbians have a clue?.  83:424-425.
  • Estimating the costs and benefits of screening monogamous, heterosexual couples for unrecognised infection with herpes simplex virus type 2.  79:45-52.
  • Examining unmet needs: A cross-sectional study exploring knowledge, attitudes and sexually transmitted infection screening preferences among persons who inject drugs in Camden, New Jersey.  94.
  • Feigned HIV infection/AIDS: Malingering and Munchausen's syndrome.  70:314-316.
  • HIV associated nephropathy: A treatable condition.  77:97-100.
  • HIV testing barriers and intervention strategies among men, transgender women, female sex workers and incarcerated persons in the Caribbean: A systematic review.  96:189-196.
  • HSV-infection-related herpetic anogenital ulcer disease among PLWH in southeastern US: Electronic medical record based analysis
  • Handing over the reins.  85:314.
  • Hepatitis, syphilis, and HIV sentinel surveillance in Mongolia 1999-2000 [2].  223-224.
  • Herpesvirus infection of eye and brain in HIV infected patients.  76:282-286.
  • Historical correlates of genital herpes simplex virus type 2 infection in men attending an STD clinic.  81:303.
  • Hormonal contraceptive use modulates the local inflammatory response to bacterial vaginosis.  84:57-61.
  • How normalised is HIV care in the UK? A survey of current practice and opinion.  83:151-154.
  • Immune reconstitution CMV pneumonitis [5].  76:60.
  • Immune reconstitution eosinophilia due to schistosomiasis [7].  76.
  • Incubation period and risk factors support sexual transmission of bacterial vaginosis in women who have sex with women.  95:511-515.
  • Inferior vena cava filters for HIV infected patients with pulmonary embolism and contraindications to anticoagulation.  76.
  • Kaposi's sarcoma infiltrating skeletal muscle
  • Lack of evidence for sexual transmission of genital Candida species among women who have sex with women: A mixed methods study.  90.
  • Lower motor neuron syndrome and HIV infection [11].  79:351.
  • Lymphocytic interstitial pneumonitis in HIV infected adults.  79:88-93.
  • Multicentric plasma cell variant Castleman's disease mimicking intrapulmonary malignancy.  304.
  • Paranasal sinus disease in HIV antibody positive patients.  69:208-212.
  • Presentation, pathology, and outcome of HIV associated renal disease in a specialist centre for HIV/AIDS.  74:179-184.
  • Prevalence of infectious diseases in Bangladeshi women living adjacent to a truck stand: HIV/STD/hepatitis/genital tract infections.  77:344-350.
  • Progressive neuropsychiatric problems following institution of highly active antiretroviral therapy.  81:351-357.
  • Protection from Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia [2].  75:202-203.
  • Publication: A dialogue between authors and editors.  85:236.
  • Reply.  73:228.
  • Response of hepatitis B induced membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis to HAART [4].  77:302-303.
  • Routine HIV testing in the context of syndromic management of sexually transmitted infections: Outcomes of the first phase of a training programme in Botswana.  84:259-264.
  • Sexual risk typologies and their relationship with early parenthood and STI outcomes among urban African-American emerging adults: A cross-sectional latent profile analysis.  90:475-477.
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections Annual report January-December 2005.  82:2.
  • Sexually transmitted infections in women who have sex with women: Who cares?.  76:330-332.
  • Study of a passive haemagglutination test for gonorrhoea.  49:508-510.
  • Syphilis, gonorrhoea, and drug abuse among pregnant women in Jefferson County, Alabama, US, 1980-94: Monitoring trends through systematically collected health services data.  75:300.
  • Taking up the reins.  79:2.
  • The clinical spectrum of Trichomonas vaginalis infection and challenges to management.  89:423-425.
  • Trichomonas vaginalis infection among women receiving gynaecological care at an Alabama HIV Clinic.  89:514-518.
  • Update of trichomoniasis.  378-379.
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1368-4973