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The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Entry of Inflammatory Cells Into the Mouse Vagina Following Application of Candidate Microbicides: Comparison of Detergent-Based and Sulfated Polymer–Based Agents

MILLIGAN, GREGG N.; DUDLEY, KRISTEN L.; BOURNE, NIGEL; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):597-605, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Rectal Applications of Nonoxynol-9 Cause Tissue Disruption in a Monkey Model

PATTON, DOROTHY L.; COSGROVE SWEENEY, YVONNE T.; RABE, LORNA K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):581-587, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Entry of Inflammatory Cells Into the Mouse Vagina Following Application of Candidate Microbicides: Comparison of Detergent-Based and Sulfated Polymer–Based Agents

MILLIGAN, GREGG N.; DUDLEY, KRISTEN L.; BOURNE, NIGEL; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):597-605, October 2002.

Projection of the Future Dimensions and Costs of the Genital Herpes Simplex Type 2 Epidemic in the United States

FISMAN, DAVID N.; LIPSITCH, MARC; HOOK, EDWARD W. III,; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):608-622, October 2002.

Projection of the Future Dimensions and Costs of the Genital Herpes Simplex Type 2 Epidemic in the United States

FISMAN, DAVID N.; LIPSITCH, MARC; HOOK, EDWARD W. III,; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):608-622, October 2002.

Methods to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in Sex Surveys in Low-Development Settings: Experience in Zimbabwe

GREGSON, SIMON; ZHUWAU, TOM; NDLOVU, JOSHUA; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):568-575, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Rectal Applications of Nonoxynol-9 Cause Tissue Disruption in a Monkey Model

PATTON, DOROTHY L.; COSGROVE SWEENEY, YVONNE T.; RABE, LORNA K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):581-587, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Projection of the Future Dimensions and Costs of the Genital Herpes Simplex Type 2 Epidemic in the United States

FISMAN, DAVID N.; LIPSITCH, MARC; HOOK, EDWARD W. III,; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):608-622, October 2002.

Projection of the Future Dimensions and Costs of the Genital Herpes Simplex Type 2 Epidemic in the United States

FISMAN, DAVID N.; LIPSITCH, MARC; HOOK, EDWARD W. III,; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):608-622, October 2002.

Streptococcus pyogenes Tuboovarian Abscess: A Potential Sexually Transmitted Disease?

MANALO, ROSARIO; MIRZA, HARIS; OPAL, STEVEN

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):606-607, October 2002.

NAAT–Identified and Self-Reported Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infections: Different At-Risk Population Subgroups?

ROGERS, SUSAN M.; MILLER, HEATHER G.; MILLER, WILLIAM C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):588-596, October 2002.

NAAT–Identified and Self-Reported Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infections: Different At-Risk Population Subgroups?

ROGERS, SUSAN M.; MILLER, HEATHER G.; MILLER, WILLIAM C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):588-596, October 2002.

Entry of Inflammatory Cells Into the Mouse Vagina Following Application of Candidate Microbicides: Comparison of Detergent-Based and Sulfated Polymer–Based Agents

MILLIGAN, GREGG N.; DUDLEY, KRISTEN L.; BOURNE, NIGEL; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):597-605, October 2002.

Author:
MIRZA, HARIS MD

Streptococcus pyogenes Tuboovarian Abscess: A Potential Sexually Transmitted Disease?

MANALO, ROSARIO; MIRZA, HARIS; OPAL, STEVEN

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):606-607, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

Author:
NDLOVU, JOSHUA

Methods to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in Sex Surveys in Low-Development Settings: Experience in Zimbabwe

GREGSON, SIMON; ZHUWAU, TOM; NDLOVU, JOSHUA; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):568-575, October 2002.

Methods to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in Sex Surveys in Low-Development Settings: Experience in Zimbabwe

GREGSON, SIMON; ZHUWAU, TOM; NDLOVU, JOSHUA; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):568-575, October 2002.

Author:
OPAL, STEVEN MD

Streptococcus pyogenes Tuboovarian Abscess: A Potential Sexually Transmitted Disease?

MANALO, ROSARIO; MIRZA, HARIS; OPAL, STEVEN

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):606-607, October 2002.

Rectal Applications of Nonoxynol-9 Cause Tissue Disruption in a Monkey Model

PATTON, DOROTHY L.; COSGROVE SWEENEY, YVONNE T.; RABE, LORNA K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):581-587, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

Author:
RABE, LORNA K.

Rectal Applications of Nonoxynol-9 Cause Tissue Disruption in a Monkey Model

PATTON, DOROTHY L.; COSGROVE SWEENEY, YVONNE T.; RABE, LORNA K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):581-587, October 2002.

Author:
REECE, ALISA

Entry of Inflammatory Cells Into the Mouse Vagina Following Application of Candidate Microbicides: Comparison of Detergent-Based and Sulfated Polymer–Based Agents

MILLIGAN, GREGG N.; DUDLEY, KRISTEN L.; BOURNE, NIGEL; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):597-605, October 2002.

NAAT–Identified and Self-Reported Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infections: Different At-Risk Population Subgroups?

ROGERS, SUSAN M.; MILLER, HEATHER G.; MILLER, WILLIAM C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):588-596, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Entry of Inflammatory Cells Into the Mouse Vagina Following Application of Candidate Microbicides: Comparison of Detergent-Based and Sulfated Polymer–Based Agents

MILLIGAN, GREGG N.; DUDLEY, KRISTEN L.; BOURNE, NIGEL; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):597-605, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

NAAT–Identified and Self-Reported Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infections: Different At-Risk Population Subgroups?

ROGERS, SUSAN M.; MILLER, HEATHER G.; MILLER, WILLIAM C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):588-596, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

The Etiology and Management of Genital Ulcers in the Dominican Republic and Peru

SANCHEZ, JORGE; VOLQUEZ, CLAUDIO; TOTTEN, PATRICIA A.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):559-567, October 2002.

Evaluation of the Hybrid Capture 2 CT/GC DNA Tests and the GenProbe PACE 2 Tests From the Same Male Urethral Swab Specimens

DARWIN, LING H.; CULLEN, ALLISON P.; CROWE, SUSANNE R.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):576-580, October 2002.

NAAT–Identified and Self-Reported Gonorrhea and Chlamydial Infections: Different At-Risk Population Subgroups?

ROGERS, SUSAN M.; MILLER, HEATHER G.; MILLER, WILLIAM C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):588-596, October 2002.

Author:
ZHUWAU, TOM MSc

Methods to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in Sex Surveys in Low-Development Settings: Experience in Zimbabwe

GREGSON, SIMON; ZHUWAU, TOM; NDLOVU, JOSHUA; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(10):568-575, October 2002.

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