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March 2002 - Volume 29 - Issue 3
pp: 121-187

Relapses After Treatment of External Genital Warts Are More Frequent in HIV-Positive Patients Than in HIV-Negative Controls

DE PANFILIS, GIUSEPPE; MELZANI, GIULIA; MORI, GIOVANNI; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):121-125, March 2002.

Prevalence and Determinants of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: An Analysis of Young Jamaican Males

NORMAN, LISA R.; UCHE, CHUKWUDUM

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):126-132, March 2002.

Sex Partner Concurrency: Measurement, Prevalence, and Correlates Among Urban 18–39-Year-Olds

MANHART, LISA E.; ARAL, SEVGI O.; HOLMES, KING K.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):133-143, March 2002.

Older Partners Not Associated With Recurrence Among Female Teenagers Infected With Chlamydia trachomatis

KISSINGER, PATRICIA; CLAYTON, JOHN L.; O'BRIEN, MEGAN E.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):144-149, March 2002.

Screening for Syphilis in Arrestees: Usefulness for Community-wide Syphilis Surveillance and Control

KAHN, RICHARD H.; SCHOLL, DANIEL T.; SHANE, SIMON M.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):150-156, March 2002.

The Impact of Syphilis, HIV-1, and HIV-2 on Pregnancy Outcome in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau

LABBÉ, ANNIE-CLAUDE; MENDONÇA, ALEXANDRE P.; ALVES, ALFREDO C.; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):157-167, March 2002.

Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Seropositivity Among Urban Adults in Africa: Results From Two Cross-sectional Surveys in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

MIHRET, WUDE; RINKE DE WIT, TOBIAS F.; PETROS, BEYENE; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):175-181, March 2002.

Sexual Behavior, Human Papillomavirus Type 16 (HPV 16) Infection, and HPV 16 Seropositivity

CASTLE, PHILIP E.; SHIELDS, TAMMY; KIRNBAUER, REINHARD; More

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):182-187, March 2002.


Dual Protection Against Unintended Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections: What Is the Best Contraceptive Approach?

CATES, WILLARD JR.,; STEINER, MARKUS J.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 29(3):168-174, March 2002.